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Twitter Reacts To Megan Thee Stallion ‘Hot Girl Summer’ Video Ft. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign

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Finally Megan Thee Stallion unleashed the visual for “Hot Girl Summer” which features Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign.

In the video, the artists are turning up at a pool party. The video also features  cameos from several artistes such as Rico Nasty, La La Anthony, Ari Lennox, Summer Walker, Danileigh and more.

The single was released a month ago and has already picked up an MTV Video Music Award (for Best Power Anthem) last week. The single is Megan thee stallion highest-charting single to date and peaked at no.7 on the Billboard charts and at no.1 on the Rolling Stone Top 100 Chart.

“College girl, but I’m a freak on the weekend/ Eat that d*ck up even when I’m goin’ vegan/ He be trippin’ on me and I know the reason/ I got to break up with my n*gga every season,” Meg spits bars on the track.

Check out the scorching hot visuals below.

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SEC slaps new disclosure requirements on Chinese IPOs amid Beijing’s crackdown

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The Securities and Exchange Commission said Friday it will now require additional disclosures from Chinese companies seeking a listing on U.S. stock exchanges, following Beijing’s intensified crackdown on oversea share issuance.

“In light of the recent developments in China and the overall risks with the China-based [variable interest entities] structure, I have asked staff to seek certain disclosures from offshore issuers associated with China-based operating companies before their registration statements will be declared effective,” SEC Chairman Gary Gensler said in a statement on Friday.

The so-called variable interest entities are a structure used by major Chinese companies from Alibaba to JD.com to go public in the U.S. while skirting oversight from Beijing as the country doesn’t allow direct foreign ownership in most cases. These variable interest entities allow China-based operating companies to establish offshore shell companies in another jurisdiction and issue stocks to public shareholders.

Gensler said he worries that “average investors may not realize that they hold stock in a shell company rather than a China-based operating company.”

The SEC will ask Chinese companies to clearly distinguish the shell company’s management services from the operating company, while stating any risk from future actions from the Chinese government.

The move came as Beijing stepped up its oversight on the flood of Chinese listings in the U.S. Ride-hailing app Didi became the latest victim of the clampdown. The stock tumbled nearly 30% this month after Beijing announced a cybersecurity investigation, suspending new user registrations.

The tensions between the two countries could be a huge blow for Chinese companies, which have clamored to list in New York in recent years. In 2020, 30 China-based IPOs in the U.S. raised the most capital since 2014, data from Renaissance Capital shows.

There were at least 248 Chinese companies listed on three major U.S. exchanges with a total market capitalization of $2.1 trillion, according to the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission. There are eight national-level Chinese state-owned enterprises listed in the U.S.

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China’s central bankers add heat to tech crackdown

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China’s central bank has urged further “rectification” of the country’s fintech sector, adding more pressure to tech groups besieged by intensifying regulatory scrutiny.

The latest warning from Beijing, which did not name any companies, comes against a backdrop of strengthening headwinds for Chinese tech groups, equities markets and foreign investors in the world’s second-biggest economy.

Billionaire Jack Ma’s fintech Ant Group, China’s biggest ride-hailing app Didi Chuxing and the $100bn tutoring industry have been targeted in a snowballing regulatory crackdown that threatens to embroil other tech groups including Tencent. Delivery platform Meituan and Ma’s ecommerce business Alibaba have been subject to antitrust investigations.

The People’s Bank of China called for fintech companies to improve competition and consumer rights as it signalled stricter oversight on illegal cryptocurrency activities while also forging ahead with its own efforts to develop a digital renminbi, according to a statement released on Saturday.

Investors are bracing for prolonged uncertainty. At a top-level meeting chaired by Xi Jinping, China’s president, authorities on Friday promised stronger controls for Chinese companies selling shares overseas. The same day, US regulators said China-based groups would have to disclose more about their structure and contacts with the government in Beijing.

Despite signs of China’s economy facing an uneven economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, the PBOC vowed to refrain from “flood-like” stimulus measures as it pledged monetary policy stability.

The message from Beijing’s central bankers came as an important gauge of manufacturing industry health in China reflected a worse than expected slowdown in July.

China’s official purchasing managers’ index fell to 50.4 last month down from 50.9 in June, reflecting rising inflationary pressures, shrinking export growth and the effect of extreme flooding in parts of the country.

While the index was above the 50 point marker separating expansion from contraction, July marked the weakest reading since February 2020, when China was hit by sweeping lockdown measures.

Goldman Sachs analysts, who had forecast growth of 50.7, noted that China’s new export order sub-index fell to 47.7 in July from 48.1 in the previous month, the lowest since June last year.

The deceleration in Chinese factory activity followed Beijing’s warnings of an unbalanced economic recovery when it reported quarter-on-quarter GDP growth of 1.3 per cent for the three months to June.

Complicating China’s outlook, health officials are grappling with a coronavirus outbreak that has broadened from Nanjing, the provincial capital of eastern province Jiangsu, with locally transmitted cases reported across seven other provinces. China’s National Health Commission said in its latest update that there were 53 new locally transmitted cases.

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Evander Kane tanked games for gambling profit: wife

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NHL star Evander Kane’s pregnant wife ripped her husband in a scathing Instagram post — claiming the San Jose Sharks forward is a gambling addict who tanked games for profit and abandoned her with their toddler to party in Europe while their house is being “taken by the bank.”

The Saturday Instagram stories have apparently already prompted an investigation by the National Hockey League, which said in a tweet it was aware of the posts and intended to “conduct a full investigation.”

Anna Kane let loose on her husband in the blistering posts, painting him as an addict who had left her with no money to even buy formula for their daughter.

“How does the NHL let a compulsive gambling addict still play when he’s obviously throwing games to win money?” she wrote. “Hmm maybe someone needs to address this.”

In another, the wife of the forward wrote, “Can someone ask (Commissioner) Gary Bettman how they let a player gamble on his own games? Bet and win with bookies on his own games?”

Kane’s manager denied the allegations, telling The Post, “They are serious but they’re not true.”

Anna Kane claims her husband has a gambling problem and has tanked his own team's games.
Anna Kane claims husband Evander Kane has a gambling problem and has tanked his own team’s games.
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“We’ve been advised not to say anything right now,” manager Karl Mullins told The Post, adding the couple was “just having problems” and that the player would speak out “after the investigation is complete.”

Evander Kane filed for bankruptcy in California in January, just two years after signing a seven-year, $49 million contract with the Sharks. In November 2019, he was sued by a Las Vegas casino over $500,000 in gambling debts.

Anna Kane describes a devastating scene in her Instagram stories Saturday.

On her Instagram story, Anna Kane called out her husband for leaving her alone in dire straits as he went to Europe.
In an Instagram Story, Anna Kane called out Evander for leaving her alone in dire straits as he went to Europe.
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“So you leave July 8th. You do not call or text at all for 7 days. Then you inform me you are going to Europe for a vacation must be nice, but at the same time tell me our house is being taken by the bank,” she wrote.

“But do not come home to help ur [sic] pregnant wife pack or help her with anything at all,” she added, claiming Kane “never” calls their 1-year-old daughter “who walked around the house with her bunny saying ‘dada’ for a week looking for you.”

“I don’t know if there are even words to describe the kind of evil person that you are to abandon your wife who is pregnant with your son and your one year old daughter,” she wrote.

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Kane’s wife also called on NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman to step in.
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The wife also posted a screenshot of an apparent response from the hockey player, telling her he would see their child on Aug. 8 and 9 — and asking her to leave the key to their home under the mat when she vacates.

“What a guy,” she sniped in an accompanying caption. “This is when the addiction is more important then anyone and everything. My heart goes out to anyone who has to deal with loved ones addicted to anything in any form who put that before their own family.”



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