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Daddy Freeze and Samklef reconcile 3 years after fighting dirty on social media over religion as Samklef says he can finally see clearly that Freeze was right

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Daddy Freeze and Samklef reconcile 3 years after fighting dirty on social media over religion as Samklef says he can finally see clearly that Freeze was right

Daddy Freeze and Samklef have reconciled 3 years after they mercilessly dragged and blocked each other on social media.

 

Recall that for months in 2020, Samklef and Daddy Freeze kept going back and forth, dragging each other, as they disagreed over religion.

 

Their fight began when Freeze criticized a report about the healing of a mentally challenged man at an RCCG church.

 

Samklef, slammed Freeze, telling him that his criticism of the church is getting boring.

 

The exchange heated up with Freeze telling Samklef his career is dead. Samklef hit back, calling Freeze a “fake ass oyinbo” and Freeze’s followers “mumu Satan followers”.

 

Samklef also called Freeze a “fool” and a “poor guy with a fake watch”.

 

Freeze called him “the dolt with the brains of a colt” and said he needed publicity for his “putrefied album and necrotizing career”.

 

Samklef later blocked Freeze on Instagram then did a beef song for him (read about the fight here, here, and here).

 

Daddy Freeze and Samklef reconcile 3 years after fighting dirty on social media over religion as Samklef says he can finally see clearly that Freeze was right

 

Well, Samklef has reached out, making it clear that he can now see “clearly”. He said most religious leaders are “419” and Freeze was right all along. Freeze acknowledged his acceptance and admitted he should have been patient with Samklef at the time.

 

Daddy Freeze and Samklef reconcile 3 years after fighting dirty on social media over religion as Samklef says he can finally see clearly that Freeze was right

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Israel reportedly used a remote-controlled gun to assassinate Iran’s top nuclear scientist

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Israel reportedly used a remote-controlled gun to assassinate?Iran

A new report has claimed that Israel’s top spy agency Mossad assassinated top Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh on November 27th, 2020 using a remotely-controlled, Artificial Intelligence-assisted machine gun.

 

According to the new report by The New York Times, Israel reportedly mounted the gun on a pickup truck by the side of the road and, when Fakhrizadeh’s car approached had a distant operator fire the gun using a satellite link.

 

The attack was precise, but didn’t kill Fakhrizadeh’s wife, and may not have used facial recognition to assist with aiming as unnamed Iranian officials said. 

 

While Israel purportedly used the Artificial intelligence to compensate for the satellite system’s lag and gun recoil, Israel Mossad operatives identified Fakhrizadeh by staging a decoy car with a camera to force a U-turn and get a clear image.

 

Israel reportedly used a remote-controlled gun to assassinate?Iran

 

Neither Israel nor Iran has publicly confirmed the use of a robotic gun, although The Times’ story is based in part on the Fakhrizadeh family’s statements to reporters.

 

After the assassination, the Israeli operatives exploded the truck in a bid to destroy the evidence, but the equipment remained intact (if inoperable). That was how Iranian investigators determined the nature of the attack .

 

The remote gun was supposedly difficult to set up as Israel reportedly smuggled parts in very gradually.

 

Israel kelt agents out of harm’s way and avoided raising alarms like a drone. If the gun had been destroyed as planned, Iran might have been unable to determine the assassination method.

 

With this report, espionage might take a new turn as secret agents can now use robotics to take out targets with little risk to themselves, little warning to enemies and a greater chance of deniability.

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If we don’t do this election, there will be trouble

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Ifeanyi Ubah, the governorship candidate of the Young Progressives Party, has said there will be trouble if the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra insists that the November 6, 2021 election won’t hold.

 

IPOB had threatened that there will be no election in the entire South-East zone till it achieves its agitation for secession from Nigeria.

 

Reacting to IPOB’s stance, Ubah, who represents Anambra South in the upper legislative chamber, told BBC Pidgin on Monday, September 20: “We will talk to our brothers – the IPOB people, they should not say no election because if they say so, they will be imposing something we don’t want.

 

“So, we have to tell them the importance. We know they have power but let them pipe down for us to do this election because if we don’t do this election proper, there will be trouble. Anambra is the head of Igbo Nation.”

 

Reacting to the sit-at-home order by IPOB in the South-East, Ubah said, the adverse effects it has caused the people cannot be estimated.

 

He added: “The trauma also is so much. The truth about it is that our governors should wake up and engage with IPOB.

 

“It is IPOB that gave such order; talk to them, tell them that we are losing. We are agitating, we must fight for our brother but we can’t also be fighting for our brother and suffering our people.”

 

He continued: “I believe in Nigerian entity, I believe also that we, the Igbos, through the instrumentality of our state governments, can make Igbo a mini-nation inside the nation.

 

“We have everything as contained in the Nigerian constitution as a legitimate state, a state that can make what we want. I don’t think unless I change the name of the state; I believe that the more I get from Nigeria, I can now partner with our brothers abroad to bring the aspirations and what they want in the state.”

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David Beckham’s son Romeo makes professional football debut for Inter Miami’s reserve side Fort Lauderdale

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Romeo Beckham, the second son of former England captain David Beckham, has made his professional football debut for American third-tier side Fort Lauderdale. 

 

The 19-year-old joined the reserve team of Inter Miami, the Major League Soccer side founded and owned by his father, earlier this month and his first outing came in a 2-2 home draw with South Georgia Tormenta on Sunday.

 

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Beckham Jr started on the right wing, just like his father used to do for Manchester United and England, before being taken off in the 79 minutes without a goal or an assist to his name.

 

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The teenager played alongside with Harvey Neville, the son of former United star and current Miami head coach Phil.

 

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