Shenseea released her new song “Sold Out” after teasing it earlier this week on social media.
The Jamaican star’s new music video “Sold Out” is set in the heart of Jamaica, and the fiery visual finds the dancehall star making wise choices among friends in a world full of imposters.
Shenseea wears a wet red and wavy style wig in the Aka.Ruppi-directed music video, which was shot in Kinston, Jamaica, and complements her skin tone well. She wears her hair in this style with a popular Jamaican classic Rasta-colored bodysuit and a khaki designer skirt. Shenseea’s former manager Romeich and labelmate Ding Dong appear in the short music video.
Many people believe she’s sending shots with her outspoken lyrics. “Some gal don’t got no loyalty, Dun chat, If yuh violate yuh will hear gnsht, I’m the type to smile even inna mugshot, cyah trust people easily, friends turn enemies, pu**y dem, sold out, sold out, sold away,” Shenseea sings.
“Sold Out,” produced by London On Da Track, Dready, and Phil The Keys, follows Shenyeng’s April single “Curious.”
“Most of the women are suspicious,” isn’t something you’d hear on a typical dating show. That’s why Is She the Wolf?, which will be available on Netflix every Sunday beginning June 11th in Japan, is set to be riveting reality television. Outside of Japan, all episodes will be available on Netflix in September 2023.
The premise is that five men and five women are looking for true love while going on dates and working on a group project. The twist: among the female participants are an unknown number of ‘lying wolves’ who are not allowed to fall in love and must complete the game without being discovered or accepting anyone’s confession of love.
That means that all of the contestants who aren’t ‘wolves,’ as well as the audience, are constantly trying to figure out whether the connections that are blossoming on the show are truly the beginnings of true romance, or simply the ‘wolves’ deception.
One of the show’s studio commentators (and the source of the opening quote above), actress Nako Yabuki, says of these ‘wolves,’ “If the ‘wolf’ falls in love with someone, that must be difficult for her.” But it would also be entertaining to try to see through other people’s lies.”
This show was created in collaboration with ABEMA based on their series Who is the Wolf, which had over 300 million total views across 13 seasons. Is She the Wolf?, which is now available on Netflix, will feature participants aged 22 to 32 who work as actors, artists, models, and athletes.
The studio commentators include comedian Natsuko Yokosawa, model Karen Takizawa, RIKU from the dance and vocal group THE RAMPAGE, and Nako Yabuki.
“The Netflix version is much more mature. The contestants are adults, so it has a much different vibe from the other seasons. It will leave you speechless and on the edge of your seat,” says Yokosawa, who has been a commentator for every season of the Who is the Wolf series.
Takizawa, who joined the panel in 2020, says of the series: “It reminds me of my own experiences. It’s heart-wrenching at times and gratifying at others. It’s like a photo album that makes you think back on your blissful days and gives you a glimpse into the future.”
As for new commentator RIKU, here are his impressions after taping the two episodes: “I’m exhausted in a good way with emotional ups and downs! But that just goes to show how wonderful this series is. It’s great seeing everyone’s passion.”
Is She the Wolf? begins exclusively on Netflix in Japan on June 11 at 10:00 p.m., with new episodes streaming every Sunday at the same time. Outside of Japan, all episodes will be available on Netflix in September 2023.
Ms Jacky Oh, D.C Young Fly’s girlfriend, has died, according to TMZ.
Her exact cause of death has not been revealed, but she was allegedly doing a mommy makeover with a Miami surgeon named Dr. Zach, The Cosmetic Lane. We cannot confirm that at this time.
Reposting now that we’ve received official confirmation from someone close to the family.
As we reported earlier, MsJackyOh had gone for a Mommy Makeover with Dr Zach in Miami and it’s being speculated that she passed away from heart failure but her official cause of death… pic.twitter.com/0L8yI62aGr
The doctor reportedly had photos of Ms Jacky Oh on his Instagram page, but he removed them following the tragic news.
Ms Jacky Oh was an actress, model, and television personality best known for her appearances on the MTV show Wild ‘N Out. She has over 900,000 Instagram followers. She is said to have graduated from the University of California, Berkeley.
D.C Young Fly and Ms Jacky Oh had two daughters, Nova and Nala, and a son, Prince, last year.
The live-action version of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” made $117.5 million domestically, placing it fifth among all Memorial Day weekend debuts in box office history, according to Box Office Mojo.
Halle Bailey plays Ariel in the remake of the 1989 Disney animated classic. Critics praised Bailey’s portrayal of the titular character, but the film as a whole received a decidedly mixed response.
Only 68% of critics gave the film a positive review on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes. The film was well received by audiences, with 95% giving it a thumbs up on Rotten Tomatoes.
However, IMDB, which also tracks audience reviews, stated that it had to adjust some of its ratings overseas after discovering that the film was the victim of review-bombing.
Despite all the review bombing, “The Little Mermaid” is currently ranked fifth among Disney’s live-action remakes for best domestic debuts, trailing only The Jungle Book ($103.26 million), Alice in Wonderland ($116.1 million), Beauty and the Beast ($174.01 million), and The Lion King ($191.7 million).
Unlike “The Little Mermaid,” these films did not debut on Memorial Day, so based on the traditional three-day weekend, ‘The Little Mermaid’ grossed $95.4 million in its first three days.
The film has earned more than $185 million at the global box office, but with a $250 million budget and an estimated marketing budget of $100 million, the film would need to earn $500-$700 million to break even.
Sam Levinson (HBO’s “Euphoria”), Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye, and Reza Fahim co-created THE IDOL, which stars Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye and Lily-Rose Depp.
The series picks up right after Jocelyn’s (Lily-Rose Depp) last tour is derailed by a nervous breakdown, and she’s determined to reclaim her rightful place as America’s greatest and sexiest pop star. Tedros (Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye), a nightclub impresario with a shady past, rekindles her passions. Will her romantic awakening take her to glorious new heights or the deepest and darkest depths of her soul?
Troye Sivan, Dan Levy, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Eli Roth, Hari Nef, Jane Adams, Jennie Ruby Jane, Mike Dean, Moses Sumney, Rachel Sennott, Ramsey, Suzanna Son, and Hank Azaria co-star with Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye and Lily-Rose Depp.
The series is also executive produced by Reza Fahim, Kevin Turen, Ashley Levinson, Joe Epstein, Aaron L. Gilbert for BRON, and Sara E. White. Sam Levinson directed all six episodes of THE IDOL, which was co-produced by A24.