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Billie Eilish’s Leaked Songs Dominate the Social Media

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Famous American singer Billie Eilish‘s unreleased songs have been leaked online. It all started when a Twitter account posted that a few unreleased songs from Billie Eilish’s latest album had found their way onto the internet.

Soon, the news started to go viral on various social media platforms and Billie cleared the air by making an official statement, saying,

“Y’all, that song is 7 years old; don’t make me get mad.”

She and her brother, Finneas O’Connell, recently made history by becoming the youngest talents under 30 to win an Oscar.

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Billie Eilish’s leaked song sparks scandal in the media 

Since her debut, she has won many notable awards and accolades, including two American Music Awards, nine Grammy Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, two Guinness World Records, two Academy Awards, and three Brit Awards, to name a few.

Additionally, she made history by winning a Grammy in all general field categories, including Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best New Artist.

In 2015, she first came into the limelight with her debut song “Ocean Eyes,” produced and written by her brother, Finneas O’Connell. She mostly collaborates with her brother in music and live shows.

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Plus, her debut extended play (EP), “Don’t Smile at Me,” became a huge hit, reaching the top 15 of the record charts in many countries such as the UK, Canada, Australia, and the US.

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Coming back to the alleged leak, lately, many singers have become victims of leaked scandals. In the past, songs of Ariana Grande and Cardi B were leaked on social media without their consent. Ariana Grande publicly addressed the situation and stated she would be pressing charges, but no update has been given over the controversy.

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Priyadarshi Shastri, a seasoned writer with 5 years of experience, holds a degree in PR from Amity University. An authoritative voice in Entertainment, Lifestyle, and Trending News, his trustworthy insights captivate audiences worldwide.

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Video of Bullying at Lead British International School, Abuja Goes Viral

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Video of Bullying at Lead British International School, Abuja Goes Viral

A video is currently going viral on various social media platforms featuring a schoolboy being bullied by fellow students at Lead British International School, Abuja. Since its release, the video has been spreading like wildfire on various social media platforms. In the clip, a boy can be seen in casual attire being slapped by other students.

The clip is nine seconds long and shows a group of students asking the bully to stop beating the boy. Meanwhile, it has ignited a debate on anti-bullying laws in the country. As the video started to become a hot topic in the media, Lead British International School released a statement stating they had opened an investigation into the bullying incident.

Video of bullying at Lead British International School, Abuja

In many schools across the globe, students are bullied harshly, putting their mental state in a critical condition. The issue is quite prevalent, and often netizens on social media demand new laws and regulations.

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Back in 2021, a video of a 12-year-old boy screaming in pain started to gain attention and later sparked a scandal. Sylvester Oromoni was studying at Dowen College, a boarding secondary school in Lagos. His parents stated in the media that he sustained severe injuries after a school bully beat him when he refused to join a cult. Once the video started to go viral, the school claimed that he was injured during a school football match and had never been bullied.

The parents decided to file a case. They also claimed that their kid had opened up to them and told them he was being bullied right before he passed away. In April 2024, Mikhail Kadiri, a Lagos coroner, ruled that the kid had experienced “avoidable excruciating pain” due to medical and parental negligence.

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Silent Girl’s Husband Usman Bhalli’s Alleged Private Video leaked, Goes Viral

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Silent Girl’s husband Usman Bhalli’s private video leaked on the internet 

Famous social media influencer Usman Bhalli’s private video has allegedly been leaked on the internet. The viral clip is spreading like wildfire on various social media platforms. Meanwhile, netizens on Twitter/X are viewing the leaked video as a publicity stunt.

In one of the viral clips, he can be seen talking about his intimate moments with his ex-wife. He states he liked the pleasure and went on to do it for straight “two hours and forty-one minutes.” The woman in the video can be seen smirking, appearing joyful.

The video has sparked a controversy in their home country, i.e., Pakistan. Some of his fans are questioning the authenticity of the video as many believe it was deliberately leaked to gain more media attention.

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Usman Bhalli Alleged Leaked Video Viral

The video has taken the internet by storm, with all its clips, some of which include his first wife known as “Silent Girl” on TikTok. As of now, Usman Bhalli hasn’t discussed the scandal in the media.

Some of his fans are siding with him as his privacy has been breached. The exact origin of the video remains unclear. However, many are demanding strict action against the culprit as public personalities often get targeted through deepfake videos.

This is not the first time a private video has allegedly been leaked of a notable internet personality. Earlier, Hareem Shah‘s private videos were released on the internet to gain attention in the media.

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Sahajarasar, Rajasthan: Land Sinks 70 Feet, Crowds Gather to Capture Photos and Videos

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Land in Sahajarasar, Rajasthan sink to 70 feet, crowd gathers to take photos and video. Read to know more. 

In the Bikaner district of Rajasthan, news has emerged of land sinking to a depth of 70 feet. Around one and a half bigha of land in Lunkaransar, Bikaner, Rajasthan, sank to this depth in just one night, leaving behind a massive pit that startled residents the following morning.

Since the incident, the news has dominated the media, with people gathering at the site to take photos and videos, which are later shared on the internet.

On April 16, residents of Dhani Bhopalaram Road were going about their daily chores when they witnessed the massive pit sinking to 70 feet. Upon seeing the area, they immediately alerted the police, leaving everyone stunned.

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Land in Sahajarasar, Rajasthan sink to 70 feet

Curiosity surrounding the pit prompted a team from the Geological Survey of India to arrive at the scene and investigate the matter. Currently, the entire area is under police surveillance throughout the day. It is worth noting that local news agencies are prohibited from entering the area, while nearby residents are living in fear.

The local administration is also striving to ascertain the cause of the land sinking to 70 feet. To aid in this effort, drones were utilized to capture full video footage of the area, which has since gone viral on various social media platforms.

Presently, fencing has been erected around the pit to prevent further damage. SDM Rajendra Kumar, along with other police officers, is overseeing the case. While speaking to the media, he mentioned that due to the ongoing Lok Sabha election, they were initially unable to conduct a thorough investigation, but now they are proceeding in a detailed manner.

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Thus far, both the police and the Geological Survey of India have been unable to reach any conclusions. While some believe it to be a natural disaster, others speculate that it could be a manifestation of divine wrath.

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