Kapuso actress Heart Evangelista is welcoming the summer heat by flaunting her bikini body and we're here for it!
In her Instagram post dated 30 May, the 36-year-old actress was seen posing with her beloved pooch at an undisclosed location. She also wore a two-piece Hermes bikini string set that complemented her skin tone and body.
Unfortunately, her sexy snaps attracted bashers who claimed the star altered her photos to make her appear slimmer.
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The star responded with a TikTok video by lip-synching to the words, "I think you’re fat. It’s just my opinion. I’m not bullying you, I’m just giving you… I think you’re ugly, I think you’re fat, I think you’re stupid."
Despite comments from online trolls, Evangelista received praises from celebrities such as Miss World Philippines 2018 Katarina Rodriguez and actress Maja Salvador.
We think she's beautiful inside out and we'll just leave this here: #youdoyou
If you're looking to hit the beaches (while respecting social distancing measures, of course), here are some of the hottest swimsuits and bikini sets we can find online.
Secondary school drop-outs in Tanzania will be offered the opportunity to resume studies in alternative colleges, the government said on Tuesday, part of a shift away from a disputed policy under which pregnant girls were expelled from school. Such expulsions had increased under the tenure of maverick President John Magufuli, who died in March, according to rights groups who accused his government of discriminating against female students based on a policy that dated back to 1961. "We are offering an alternative path to education to all children who missed their education for any reason, including those girls who got pregnant while in school, through our Folk Development Colleges (FDCs)," Leonard Akwilapo, a senior official at the Ministry of Education, told Reuters by phone.
The head of a Brazilian Senate commission probing the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic said on Tuesday the body might investigate social media companies, raising questions about the responsibilities firms have for misinformation posted on their platforms. Last week, the vice president of the Senate commission, Randolfe Rodrigues, requested that representatives of Google, Facebook and Twitter testify before the investigative panel, known as a CPI. On Tuesday, CPI head Senator Omar Aziz said that while the representatives would testify as witnesses regarding alleged crimes perpetrated via the Internet, the companies could eventually come under investigation themselves.
Wisconsin-based photographer Eric Curtin was enjoying an early-morning walk on the shore of Lake Michigan when he came across a solitary raccoon kit stumbling around the stony beach.Footage recorded by Curtin shows the young raccoon squeaking as it trips around the lakeshore at Harrington Beach State Park in Belgium, Wisconsin.Speaking to Storyful, Curtin said the raccoon walked over to his tripod and camera bag before he moved away to give it some space.“I was keeping an eye out for the momma raccoon, because I figured she’d be nearby,” he said. Credit: Eric Curtin via Storyful
Timur Bekmambetov, the Russian writer-director-producer behind such pics as 2004’s “Night Watch” and 2008’s “Wanted,” has just started shooting the English-language sci-fi thriller “Resurrected” in L.A. with Dave Davis (“The Vigil,” “True Detective”). Up-and-coming Russian director Egor Baranov, whose credits include the Russian B.O. hit trilogy “Gogol” and Netflix’s “Sparta” series, is directing the film. […]
The U.S on Monday (June 21) rescinded a list of prohibited transactions with TikTok and WeChat that were issued in September as the Trump administration sought to block new U.S. downloads of both Chinese-owned apps.The withdrawals came after President Joe Biden this month withdrew a series of Trump-era executive orders that sought to ban new downloads of Tencent-owned WeChat and TikTok, and ordered a Commerce Department review of security concerns posed by those apps and others.
RBC Capital Markets Equity Derivatives Strategist Amy Wu Silverman joins Yahoo Finance to discuss why summertime is a good time for volatility trades and the correlation between meme stocks and crypto.
Japan's Nissan will adjust production at several factories next month due to the global chip shortage.Three sources with direct knowledge of the situation told Reuters of the plan on Tuesday (July 22).Japan's third-largest automaker will reportedly halt production at a factory in the east of the country for a total of three days in July, and will idle another plant in the south for two days.The sources added that another factory will cut production hours.A spokesperson for Nissan said it would be "adjusting production" and "taking necessary actions to ensure recovery".Like other automakers, Nissan has been grappling with a worldwide chip supply crunch, which it says will likely affect the production of 500,000 vehicles this year.At its AGM on Tuesday (July 22), the company said it was seeking to minimise the negative impact of the shortage.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, who is leading the race to be the Democratic Party’s candidate for mayor in New York City, cast his ballot in Brooklyn on Tuesday, June 22.Marla Diamond filmed this footage that shows the retired New York City Police Department captain voting in Brooklyn.According to an Ipsos poll released on Monday, Adams was in the lead to win Tuesday’s primary, with Andrew Yang in second. Credit: Marla Diamond via Storyful
In 2017, Paul Hawken published a book compiling a set of concrete actions people could take to combat climate change called The Climate Drawdown. Inspired by this, Seth Bannon, founding partner at Fifty Years, a firm that provides seed funding for companies aiming to make the world a better place, decided to do something similar to address systemic racism, and the Racial Inequity Drawdown was born. Today, the company is revealing this document to the world and "open sourcing" it with the goal of making the framework part of the conversation to address racial inequity in startup investing and in the broader world.
Trumpeter swans are magnificent birds that can reach an incredible size with a wingspan of more than 2.5m (8 feet). They are the largest bird native to North America, growing to more than 13kg (30 pounds) in weight. Although the young will eat insects as well as plants, these birds are herbivores once they reach maturity. They feed mainly on water plants and algae, foraging beneath the surface for aquatic plants and roots. These swans are stomping the mud with their feet to clear and loosen the soil around the underwater roots. They eat pieces of plants that rise to the surface and they also reach underwater to twist and bite plants and roots that have been made accessible. The babies are taking advantage of their parents' efforts and watching closely to see how it is done. Although they are tagged, these are wild swans that have been released as part of a breeding program at the Toronto Zoo in Ontario, Canada. The tags help to track the birds and evaluate the success of the mating pairs, as well as providing valuable information for future conservation. Trumpeter swans usually mate for life and they will often return to this pond at the zoo after release. The zoo provides ideal habitat for breeding and raising the young, known as cygnets. Both makes and females courageously defend the young for 3-4 months. A unique behaviour of the trumpeter swan is prolonged thrashing of the water with their wings and feet in what is believed to be a deterrent for snapping turtles that would prey on the vulnerable young cygnets. Trumpeter swans came dangerously close to extinction in the 1930s when it was believed that there were as few as 70 individuals. A population was discovered in Alaska and conservationists and wildlife agencies teamed up to assist in breeding and reintroduction. Healthy populations have been restored throughout North America. While most people understand the issues of concern that exist with some zoos around the world, there is also a very positive side that is less understood. Organizations like the Toronto Zoo play a vital role in understanding, and conserving wildlife around the planet. Through education, volunteering, funding, and providing critical expertise, we have been able to reverse some of the catastrophic effects of human population growth.