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Apple announced that Rihanna became the first female artist to cross 2 billion streams worldwide on Apple Music. The announcement coincided with International Women’s Day. Rihanna landed the no. 1 spot over star-studded names such as Taylor Swift (#2), Beyoncé (#3), and Adele (#5) among others.

If people are wondering why the fraudulent Bollywood music company T-series has

removed the name of the vocalist from its latest release, well here’s a theory.

Many believed it to be politics, however many believe the cause stems from a peculiar disease so reader discretion advised. It all began with T-series desperately seeking a hit, so naturally they sought

out the best voice to do so. They definitely didn’t have an issue crossing the border

for it either. Eventually and sure enough they got a hit with the golden voice but then suddenly, morality no longer had a ground and they retreated to removing the vocalists name from all the credits on their Youtube channel. Now whether this was inspired by politics or illusions, they themselves ended up losing credibility. But it is not even about the lack of integrity at this point as it is about the disturbing lack of brainpower and concern for their borderline intellectual functioning. Fans were concerned about the nature of the epidemic at the T-series offices but were relieved to discover it is non-contagious and can be contained. Many were able to identify the condition as Dissociative identity disorder (DID) with a high chance of bipolar disorder, because why would you try and erase Atif Aslam from the song, when he is the song.

Goldman Sachs Group will likely name DJ D-Sol, professionally known as David Solomon, as its new CEO, the New York Times reports. D-Sol currently serves as the co-president of the company, but will likely be chosen following the announcement that Harvey M. Schwartz, a black belt in karate who serves as the other half of Goldman Sachs’s presidential team, is retiring.

Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan earned Rs 150 million in China in just 9 days. Bollywood is seemingly cementing its place in China with super hit films like Aamir Khan’s Dangal and Secret Superstar being some of the top grossers at the box office.

The billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk lists the rapper Kanye West as one of his inspirations. During a Q&A session at South by Southwest on Sunday, Musk was asked, “Everyone in this room is inspired by you — who are you inspired by?”

“Well, Kanye West, obviously,” Musk quickly replied, to an eruption of laughter from the crowd.

“To be honest, I need this film in my career today more than anyone else,” Varun Dhawan said during the trailer launch of his upcoming movie October. He reiterated that the film changed him drastically as an actor and a person. For the Judwaa 2 star, October is what he needed the most in his career at the moment. “One thing about actors, which people don’t know, is that the world sometimes starts feeling very fake because someone else brings you clothes, someone else does your hair, make up and then you’re polished and pushed in the front like a product. But that is not Varun. I’m beneath all of this (the image),” he said. October arrives in theatres on April 13.

Beyoncé and JAY-Z have confirmed details of their upcoming joint tour, On The Run II. The tour is the couple embarked on On The Run in 2014. Tickets go on sale on Monday, March 19 with a pre-sale available from the 14th.

Filmmaker Hansal Mehta says Omerta, starring Rajkummar Rao, will expose state-sponsored terrorism and how it manipulates young minds. “Omerta exposes state-sponsored terrorism and how it manipulates young minds into believing a sordid interpretation of Jihad. Terror is all about power,” Mehta said in a statement. The film is slated to release on April 20.

Eminem used his performance at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards to criticize the NRA. The rapper added a verse to Kehlani-duet “Nowhere Fast” in which he rapped “This whole country is going nuts/ And the NRA is in our way/ They’re responsible for this whole production/ They hold the strings, they control the puppet.” Next month the Detroit rapper will headline Coachella.