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Toddler Detained by ICE Dies, $60 Million Lawsuit Ensues

Yazmin Juarez and her 19-month old daughter, Mariee fled Guatemala seeking asylum. Within days, Mariee fell ill.

Michelle Obama Cancels Book Tour Dates to Attend George H.W. Bush's Funeral

Former First Lady, Michelle Obama, shared a photo of her and Former President George H.W. Bush on Instagram, along with a caption stating, "his spirit of service and decency will be missed by many, including our family."

Tyler Perry Street May Be Coming Soon

The Atlanta City Utilities Committee of the Atlanta City Council is holding a public hearing to discuss naming a metro Atlanta street after Atlanta filmmaker Tyler Perry.

Fake Luxury Shoe Stores Turns Out to be Payless

Payless shoe retailer created a fake luxury shoe store in a former Armani store space. The place was shocked with Payless products and fashion industry influencers were invited to the grand opening.

Scammers Dupe Nicki Minaj and Fans

To her surprise, scammers used the events name and unfortunately for her fans, Nicki was not on the bill.

Monday, December 10, 2018

Drake Out Here Thirst Trapping | HeyShae!

 
Drake is out here thirst trapping and causing problems with this selfie. Not only is he shirtless and showing off his latest chest tattoo, an owl spanning the width of his chest, he is also giving us a glimpse of his happy trail.

Naughty MF. *cheesy grin*

If this is the type of behavior your boy is on while he's on vacation, he needs to take more time off. I'm just saying...
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Toddler Detained by ICE Dies, $60 Million Lawsuit Ensues | HeyShae!


Yazmin Juarez and her 19-month old daughter, Mariee fled Guatemala seeking asylum. Mother and daughter were detained by ICE for almost three weeks at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilly, Texas.

Within days, Mariee fell ill. Her condition worsened while sharing a room with other children, some of whom were sick.  Allegedly, Yazmin and Mariee were released while Mariee was still very ill. From Texas, Yazmin traveled to the northeast where Mariee passed away just six weeks later.

Yazmin sought out legal representation for a wrongful death suit. Her attorney, R. Stanton Jones, a partner of Arnold & Porter, held back no punches in a public statement.
Having made the decision to jail small children, the U.S. government is responsible to provide living conditions that are safe, sanitary and appropriate. What started with a cough and congestion and runny nose, turned into intermittent fevers... sometimes spiking as high as over 104 degrees.
A $60 million wrongful death suit has been filed claiming, “Mariee died because the medical care she received at the Dilley detention facility was woefully inadequate, neglectful, and substandard."

An additional $40 million claim was filed against the city of Eloy, Arizona, which officially operated the Dilley detention facility under a "pass-through" agreement with ICE and the private prison company CoreCivic. ICE and CoreCivic replaced its agreement with Eloy in September with an arrangement made with the city of Dilley. The Dilley facility is currently being used to detain mothers and children. Some were reunited in detention after being separated earlier this year under Trump administration policy.

A reported 52 ICE detainees have died since 2010. Almost half of those death were linked to substandard healthcare.
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Monday, December 3, 2018

Michelle Obama Cancels Book Tour Dates to Attend George H.W. Bush's Funeral | HeyShae!


Former First Lady, Michelle Obama, shared a photo of her and Former President George H.W. Bush on Instagram, along with a caption stating, "his spirit of service and decency will be missed by many, including our family."




On her Twitter account, she explained that she would be cancelling some book tour dates this week in Berlin and Paris so she may attend Bush's funeral.

“It’s important to me to join the Bush family in celebrating President George H.W. Bush’s exemplary life.”


On Wednesday, December 5th, at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., a  state funeral will be held. The service will begin 11 a.m. Eastern. Bush's remains will be sent to Houston where a second memorial service will be held at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church at 11 a.m. the following day.

He will be laid to rest with his late wife Barbara, and their daughter Robin at the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University.
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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Tyler Perry Street May be Coming Soon | HeyShae!





The Atlanta City Utilities Committee of the Atlanta City Council is holding a public hearing to discuss naming a metro Atlanta street after Atlanta filmmaker Tyler Perry.


Council member Joyce M. Sheperd has been instrumental in pushing the proposal to rename Desheler Street SW and Hardee Avenue SW between Lee Street and Womack Avenue, to Tyler Perry Studio Way. Perry's studios is located on Deshler.

Perry is known for his hit stage plays and films where he plays the role of "Madea".

Perry holds the title of filmmaker, producer, actor, and author. His local philanthropic acts and charitable contributions have also placed him in the spotlight.

The hearing will be held at City Hall at 9:30 a.m. in Committee Room 1 on the second floor.

Could you be driving past this in the near future?

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Fake Luxury Shoe Store Turns Out to be Payless | HeyShae!


Payless shoe retailer created a fake luxury shoe store in a former Armani store space. The place was shocked with Payless products and fashion industry influencers were invited to the grand opening.

These influencers were made to think they were purchasing items from a new high-end designer name Palessi.

In the first few hours of the opening, over $3,000 in sales were made. The retailer will show the customer's reactions once they discover they were paying top dollar for Payless shoes. These reactions will appear in a series of advertisements on cable networks such as Lifetime and Bravo as well as social media, AdWeek reports.


Just look at the complete and utter devastation on this woman's face when she finds out the truth. This is not marketing genius, this is just mean.


Influencers were allowed to keep the shoes,but were refunded for their purchases.
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