Tory Lanez To Serve His Sentence

Tory Lanez has begun his prison life, recently transferring to state prison and having a new mugshot taken, portraying a less-than-happy demeanor. In the photo, Tory appears with dishevelled hair and a noticeable scowl.
Last month, Tory received a 10-year prison sentence for charges including negligent discharge of a firearm, assault with a semiautomatic firearm, and carrying a loaded and unregistered firearm. Despite maintaining his innocence, he was convicted. While incarcerated, Tory will have the option to work various jobs within the prison, with wages ranging from $.08 an hour for unskilled labour to $.30 an hour for skilled labour. However, he will need to apply for these positions. The incident that led to Tory's imprisonment occurred in July 2020 when he shot Megan Thee Stallion in the foot during a verbal altercation inside an SUV spilled out onto the sidewalk in Hollywood. Despite Tory's claims of innocence, the jury's verdict differed. Catch a meme moment: 

Margaret Kenyatta vs. Rachel Ruto

Which of the two is the preferred first lady? Kenyans took to X (formerly Twitter), comparing the different initiatives by both first ladies during their time in office. This comes after renowned televangelist, Benny Hinn revealed that he was to be hosted by the Kenyan Government for a nationwide crusade. "The First Lady of Kenya flew from Nairobi with her team just for one reason: to ask me to come back to Nairobi for a nationwide Nation government-sponsored Crusade," Hinn announced during his sermon. Hinn announced the news in a recent sermon, saying that Rachel Ruto flew to visit him and his team in the United States to extend the invitation. The visit occurred around four weeks ago and was purportedly made for one reason only: to request Hinn's participation in Nairobi for the crusade. 

Verification coming soon to Whatsapp- Meta

Meta is expanding its verification services to businesses on its platforms, allowing them to purchase a blue checkmark for exclusive features and support. CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced this expansion recently. Meta Verified, introduced earlier for creators at $12 per month, offers a blue checkmark, priority customer support, and impersonation protection. For businesses, the verification can be purchased on Facebook or Instagram for $22 per month or $35 (approx. Ksh. 3200-5100) for both platforms, a price increase from the creator package ($12 to $15). Testing will commence on Facebook and Instagram in the coming weeks, with WhatsApp following suit Verified businesses will enjoy benefits similar to creators, including account security features, troubleshooting, and increased visibility in search results on Facebook and Instagram. WhatsApp business accounts will gain a discoverable landing page via web search and enable multiple employees to interact with and respond to customers.

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