CELEBRITY NEWS: SELENA GOMEZ TO RE-UNITE WITH JUSTIN BIEBER; REMA NAMAKULA DROPS MAKE A DIFFERENCE VIDEO
Saturday June 30, 2018
By Aiden Graw
Selena Gomez may have left LA to focus on herself and get away from distractions, but for some reason she can’t stop thinking about Justin Bieber! Find out why here!
Since her lupus diagnosis and kidney transplant, Selena Gomez, 25, has changed her outlook on life. The “Wolves” singer revealed on Good Morning America on June 29, that she doesn’t even live in Los Angeles anymore and no longer worries about whether or not people like her. And while that came as quite a shock, not everything in Selena’s life has changed. In fact, Selena can’t seem to get her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber, 24, off her mind, especially while on the media tour for Hotel Transylvania 3. “Selena might be staying away from LA and things that cause her stress, but it’s impossible for her to not think about Justin during this time because in the past, she has brought Justin’s siblings and Justin himself with her to the previous Hotel Transylvania premieres,” a source close to Selena tells www.mknewslink.com.
“She has some fun and fond memories from it all, which then makes her think of the good old days. She won’t easily admit it to everyone, but her friends and family still know that she still holds a candle for Justin and can see that times like this media tours gets to her emotionally and makes her think of the past,” our insider continued. We can certainly understand Selena’s emotions. After all, they’ve known each other since 2001, and their breakup back in March was their fourth time getting back together.
“All that her friends and family can do is help her ride it out because no one in her camp wants to see them together again,” the source said. Plus, Justin Bieber is happily in a relationship with Hailey Baldwin, 21. Nevertheless, we wish Selena the best during this difficult time as moving on is not as easy as it seems.
STELLA NYANZI BEATS POLICE
Wearing black t-shirts with inscriptions such as “Stop Kidnapping Women” “Women Just Want To Live” ” Women’s Life Matter” and placards with a wealth of phases all calling for action against violence against women, they marched in confidence and with zeal from Centenary Park to Railway grounds. Code named #WomensMarchUg, the gathering comprises activists, both male and female, families of women who wer murdered in Entebbe, non-governmental organisations, foreign missions such as ambassadors Debora Malac (US) and Sophia Makame (French)and just about anyone from different walks of life.
The protest is part of action by a working group of activists from across the board headed by Dr Nyanzi calling for stakeholders such as police, government and society to take women’s security serious. Top on the agenda is justice for the 42 women murdered in Entebbe, a crime that remains unsolved till now.
According to Dr Nyanzi, it is high time action is taken and the group will stop at nothing in advocating for this.
REMA RELEASES NEW VIDEO
When it comes to the best music to comfort women, Rema Namakula can never disappoint and now she has showed real maturity in this new song called Make a Difference through which she cries out to save the women of this nation.
Through “Make a Difference” song by Rema Namakula, she does not relate so far from her “Banyabo” masterpiece as she cries out to the government to care and save the 18 womenn who die on a daily basis in Uganda due to lack of what to use when pregnant and the poor conditions in the hospitals.
Rema Namakula sings for change Campaign, she still narrates about her friend Sarah who got pregnant and dumped by both her boyfriend and family hence running away to her grandmother where she died from after delivering the child.
Following days of verbal exchange with police leaders, foul-mouthed Ugandan scholar Dr Stella Nyanzi has been crowned as a winner by her followers after getting permission to lead a group of women to march in protest against the rampant kidnaps and women murders that have left many Ugandans in fear.
Source: www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website