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From Hope Solo's new-born twins to stay-at-home order in Michigan, check out the most breaking news over the last 24 hours.
From Herald-Mail Media: The 'Lucid Dreams' hitmaker's family are honouring the late rapper's memory by releasing previously unheard music and the first song, 'Righteous', sees Juice - who tragically passed away in December at the age of just 21 from an accidental overdose - detail how he painfully battled anxiety by self-medicating.
From Complex: Kanye West has reached billionaire status, according to a newly published Forbes report. According to the outlet, the multi-hyphenate recently provided documents that are believed to be an "authentic numeric look into Kanye, Inc." After analyzing his assets, Forbes determined Kanye was, in fact, a billionaire - something he claimed during an appearance at the 2019 Fast Company Innovation Festival.
From Page Six: Former soccer star Hope Solo and husband Jerramy Stevens are the new parents of twins. Solo, 38, shared the news Thursday via Twitter, revealing that she gave birth to twins Vittorio Genghis and Lozen Orianna Judith on March 4.
From REVOLT TV: Now free from his previous deal with Generation Now, Lil Uzi Vert is releasing music at will, having already dropped the long-awaited Eternal Atake and the Deluxe edition of Lil Uzi Vert vs. The World 2 last month. Now, he delivers a new single titled "Sasuke," which is inspired by the popular “Naruto” character of the same name.
From NBCNews.com: Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who faced backlash for her strict stay-at-home mandate, on Friday extended the order until May 15 but eased some restrictions on public activities as the state's coronavirus cases stabilized.
From CNN: The Supreme Court on Friday denied a request from New York and other states to block the Trump administration's controversial "public charge" rule during the coronavirus pandemic. The rule makes it more difficult for immigrants to obtain legal status if they use public benefits such as Medicaid, food stamps and housing vouchers.
From WSBT -TV: Former Notre Dame wide receiver Chase Claypool has been drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers with the 49th pick in the second round of the NFL Draft. Claypool caught 13 touchdowns in addition to 1,037 receiving yards in his senior season.
From NFL.com: Bill Belichick loves second-round defensive backs. The New England Patriots czar made safety Kyle Dugger the No. 37 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Pats' first pick of the draft was acquired in a trade down with the Los Angeles Chargers on night one.
From Cultaholic: The coronavirus pandemic forced WWE to move WrestleMania 36 from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida to the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida. The company also decided to deviate from past 'Manias and broadcast The Showcase Of The Immortals over two nights on April 4 and April 5.
From NBC Sports: Seb Coe, president of track and field’s international governing body, believes athletes need between one and two months of event-specific training to return to competition from the coronavirus pandemic.
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