Meek Mill advised the New York Post that he intends on releasing his subsequent album on a shock date if in any respect potential. Indubitably impressed by Eminem’s Kamikaze assault, Meek Mill hopes the tactic will engender a component shock, and presumably give him the peace thoughts to go about his enterprise with out tons media scrutiny (Nicki’s dealings with the media come to thoughts).
“I am not really giving out a launch date, it’s a shock album,” the Philly rapper is quoted as saying. Within the identical New York Post article, Meek Mill additionally hinted at a track devoted to Colin Kaepernick showing on the document. He even previewed a number of the strains from the track.
Since getting back from jail, Meek Mill has solely teased his present type in visitor spots and on his EP Legends the Summer which debuted in July. As for his dedication to Colin Kaepernick, the exiled footballer and Meek have been stated to keep in touch throughout his incarceration. You’ll must preserve your eyes and ears peeled for the drop.
According to TMZ, Kim Kardashian has been accused plagiarism over a logo for one her new lines perfume. The Vibes perfume, one which that put a cool $5 million in her pocket, apparently uses a logo visibly similar to company emblem that also employs the speech bubble design. The company, Vibes Media has effectively launched a lawsuit pointing out the discrepancy.
The lawsuit alleges that Kim Kardashian West Fragrance aka KKW Fragrance, stole its design idea and implemented it in their Kimoji line perfume. Out the three aromatic flavors fered in the Kimoji line: Vibes, Peachy and Cherry. Only Vibes is being targeted by Vibes Media in their court appeal. According to reports, the perfume bottle is itself shaped like the logo they have hanging inside their Chicago fices.
The lawsuit adamantly states that Kim Kardashian West has no business using its trademarked logo. The media company is calling for all “Vibes” Kimoji line to be permanently destroyed, but it doesn’t stop there. They are also seeking restoration fees or damages for the ordeal. Vibes Media is a mobile marketing company that specializes in B2B solutions for businesses hazarding through their growth period.
How very unfortunate.
Woman Negotiates $10,000 Voucher From American Airlines
A Washington D.C. woman was on her way to Texas Thursday morning when airline staff starting asking passengers to volunteer their seats on the overbooked flight. Naturally no one did, so the airline told Allison Preiss that she had to forfeit her seat, since she had paid the lowest fare. Preiss didn’t want to budge since she was en route to a friend’s bachelorette party.
The gate agents then fered a $2,000 voucher. Pushing her luck, Preiss said she’d prefer a check which they were about to write (for $650), then another agent fered her a seat on the next flight out and a $10,000 voucher.
The fer is in accordance with the American Airline’s new cap for passengers who fer up their seats.
A recent outcry about Apple’s supposed intentional slowing batteries in older iPhone models recently made headlines, with the company publicly apologizing for the mishap and even fering customers a drastically reduced rate on replacing the batteries in aged devices, which was $79 before tax for the parts and labor prior to the price change. However, although the reduction was made in good faith, Apple’s retail infrastructure might not be able to keep with the new demand.
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According to a report by The Washington Post’s Gefrey Fowler, his experience using the new program that was put in place was, at the very least, exceedingly frustrating:
“When I showed up with an appointment at my closest Apple store on Jan. 3, there were so many others also trying to replace their batteries that I had to join a weeks-long waiting list …] battling hordes for repair (rather than a sexy new phone) is an unusual experience at an Apple store.”
This experience may soon become the norm around the globe as iPhone users clamor for new batteries for their phones. The resulting swarm people might be too dense for the company’s retail forces to match. iFixit’s Kyle Wiens explains: “Apple reportedly has 47,000 retail employees,” he said. “If they trained all them to do iPhone battery swaps, and they did nothing but that, it would take 2.7 years to clear out the backlog.” Of course, even if they were to get to the end that demand build-up, more phone would eventually need fixes as well.
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