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Red Table Talk returns to Facebook Watch

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Social media giant, Facebook has announced a return of the first season of ‘Red Table Talk’ with Jada Pinkett-Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris. The show returns to Facebook Watch with new episodes on October 22.

According to Facebook, the first two episodes will premiere with Will Smith joining Jada, Willow and Adrienne at the red table discussing Will turning 50, taking a look back at his life thus far and much more.

Thirteen new episodes release every Monday at 9:00 am PT/04:00 pm GMT. During this season of ‘Red Table Talk’, which is nominated a for a People’s Choice Award (Day Time Talk Show of 2018) Jada, Willow and Adrienne will welcome guests including Leah Remini, Ellen Pompei, J. Cole, Justin Baldoni and more. All new topics will be brought to the red table including, mental health, forgiveness, divorce, race and domestic violence.

Interested viewers can join the conversation with the Facebook community in the Red Table Talk Facebook Group; for the new episodes, the group was asked what they want to hear, which will be discussed through each theme.

In ‘Red Table Talk’, one of the most fascinating families in the world invites viewers into their home for a weekly series of groundbreaking, intimate, and candid conversations.

Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter Willow Smith, and mother Adrienne Banfield-Norris; three generations of women with three very different points of view, reveal their personal experiences and thoughts about the most compelling issues facing all of us today.

 

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Wizkid & Tiwa Savage storm Patoranking’s Album Listening Party together

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Pop singers, Wizkid and Tiwa Savage are fueling romance rumours between them, as they stepped out together again at the ‘Wilmer’ album listening party of Patoranking.

Recall that they both spent the weekend together at an undisclosed place at the Island, in Lagos. They made a video that went viral on social media on Monday.

In the video, Wizkid was seen tapping Tiwa’s butt romantically and the mother of one enjoyed the gesture, making people feel all the more that they are dating.

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Cardi B cancels her concert over Plastic Surgery

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Cardi B is backing out of a Memorial Day Weekend concert in Maryland, over her recent cosmetic surgeries.

Cardi was set to headline the 92Q Spring Bling Festival this Friday night in Baltimore, but now it’s been postponed because she  pulled out, to recover from her recent liposuction and breast augmentation.

It was revealed her doctors instructed she should not perform, telling Cardi she needs time to let the swelling go down and for her body to fully recover. Doctors are recommending a couple of weeks of R & R.

Cardi’s been extremely open about recently deciding to undergo the procedures after giving birth to baby Kulture.

 

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‘Game Of Throne’ finale streaming blocked in China over its trade war with Trump

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Film watchers in China were not allowed to see the final episode of Game Of Throne on Sunday, over the nation’s growing trade war with the US and President Donald Trump.

Instead of finding out who ended up sitting on the Iron Throne, Chinese ‘Thrones’ watchers received a message informing them of ‘transmission medium problems.’

The message was posted by Tencent Video, the subsidiary of Tencent Holdings Ltd, which has had exclusive streaming rights to the premium cable network’s content in China since 2014.

‘We will notify you of another broadcasting time,’ Tencent said in a more detailed communique posted on its Weibo social media account one hour before the last episode was supposed to air.

HBO told the Wall Street Journal on Monday that the China Thrones blackout wasn’t a technical issue on the company’s part.

An HBO spokesperson confirmed Tencent blocked transmission of the series finale.

The Verge reports that thousands of Chinese Thrones fans have vented their frustrations on Weibo, China’s largest social media company.

Many threatened to cancel their Tencent accounts if their monthly subscription fees weren’t refunded.

The debacle is the latest fallout in the intensifying battle over US trade tariffs placed on Chinese goods by the Trump administration.

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