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Celebrities React To Johnny Depp And Amber Heard Verdict



Fellow celebrities have taken to social media to express their support and opinions on the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation verdict.

Stars sound off on Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard trial verdict

Jury members in Johnny Depp’s defamation case against Amber Heardhave ruled in favor of the actor’s claims.

After weeks of testimony from the pair as well as outside witnesses, Depp, 58, won all three counts of his bombshell defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, on Wednesday after a Virginia jury substantiated the claim that his ex-wife sullied his reputation and damaged his career when she wrote in the Washington Post in 2018 about becoming a “public figure representing domestic abuse” following the couple’s split in 2016.

In November 2020, a London judge sided against Depp in his libel suit against the Sun after the outlet published a story in 2018 calling him a “wife beater.”

Depp later filed suit against Heard individually, with allegations of defamation stemming from her WaPo essay, which she wrote in partnership with the ACLU. Subsequently, Heard countersued Depp with similar claims — including that Depp’s attorney Adam Waldman defamed her when he told the Daily Mail that she set up her ex-husband with false domestic abuse claims when the police came to their apartment in May 2016.

Heard was awarded $2 million in damages for Waldman’s remarks. She was ordered to pay $15 million.

As the verdict was read on Wednesday, celebs took to social media to express their thoughts on the outcome of the trial.

Who’s supporting Johnny Depp:

Donald Trump Jr. wrote, “Believe all women … except Amber Heard. $15,000,000 in compensatory and punitive damages to Depp, and perhaps a case that could end the effective rabid femminist [sic] notion that all men are guilty before being proven innocent that we’ve seen as of late. She’s just that terrible!”

Valerie Bertinelli tweeted “Elon and his bots will be very busy today   #JusticeForJohnnyDepp” after the verdict was read.

She then followed up: “I REALLY shouldn’t be wading into this but multiple accounts that I follow & respect (lawyers, journalists) don’t like this verdict, so it gives me great pause. But I’m confused because we saw her caught in multiple lies on the stand. Honest question, what am I missing?”

Reality TV personality, singer and alleged onetime Trump Jr. mistress Aubrey O’Day tweeted, “there ya go … when the dust settles, JD 15m (the punitive damages will be capped), Amber 2m. Lesson learned … keep your ex’s name out yo mouth!”

Musician Ryan Adams commented on Depp’s statement on Instagram, contributing celebratory emojis of a red heart, praise hands and fire.

Ashley Benson also commented on the statement with several praise hand and red heart emojis, and posted her own personal update on Instagram — depicting a recent image of Depp captioned “YESSSS,” alongside four black heart emojis.

Victoria Brynner, daughter of Yul, added heart emojis on Depp’s statement via Instagram, and shared her own post featuring a photo of Depp and the comment: “TRUTH !”

Former host of “The View” Sharon Osbourne made herself available for comment on Piers Morgan’s TalkTV show, saying, “Wow, it wasn’t what I was expecting. I mean, I wanted Johnny to win but I didn’t expect him to.”

Who’s supporting Amber Heard:

Meanwhile, Amy Schumer shared a cryptic Gloria Steinem quote on Instagram: “Any woman who chooses to behave like a full human being should be warned that the armies of the status quo will treat her as something of a dirty joke … She will need her sisterhood.”

Who’s supporting neither:

But many seem happy to see the highly publicized trial end.

“Someone won!!!!” former talk show host Ricki Lake commented. During the trial, she tweeted how she “absolutely adored” working with Depp in “Cry-Baby,” describing the actor as “soft-spoken” and “gentle.”

“I need a timeline cleanse,” tweeted “Bill & Ted” star Alex Winter minutes after the verdict was read. He later added, “As goes the internet goes the world, and today it’s dripping with gleeful, misogynistic contempt.”



Ghanaian Man Abroad Celebrate Black Sherif’s Success After Hearing His Song Playing At Mall




Photo: Black Sherif

A Ghanaian who is currently residing in the United Kingdom has shown how happy he is for Black Sherif’s Rise to stardom.

The said Ghanaian who’s identity in terms of name is yet to be found went shopping in one of the biggest malls in the UK.

Upon reaching the mall, he could hear One of Black Sherif’s song blazing at the background and he quickly took out his phone to record the moment.

In a video that has been re-Shared by Black Sherif himself via his twitter handle, the young man said Black Sherif has gone very far with his music.

The Ghanaian star recently won the Best Hip-hop act of the year at the 2023 of Soundcity MVP Awards in Nigeria. Sherif in December performed at the MOBO Awards;  an annual British music award presentation honouring achievements in ‘music of black origin’

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Black Sherif Performs at 25th MOBO Awards in the Uk




Ghanaian breakout star, Black Sherif performed at the 25th anniversary of the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards which took place at the OVO Arena in Wembley, UK.

The MOBO Awards are an annual British music award presentation honouring achievements in ‘music of black origin’, including hip hop, grime, UK Drill, R&B, soul, reggae, jazz, gospel, and African music

The event which saw performances from iconic legends such as Nile Rodgers, Craig David to Tion Wayne, Fireboy DML among others came with its grandeur and black excellence.

The Konongo native opened up the set for what was a grand tribute to Music originating from Africa performing his top charting singles, Second Sermon Remix and Kwaku The Traveller.

Burna Boy won African Artist of the Year and Best International act 2022.  Past winners of the MOBO Awards include Samini, Wizkid and Davido.

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Amerado Drops His Much Awaited G.I.N.A. Album




Younger KA

Reigning 3 Music Awards Rapper of the Y ear, Amerado Burner, has released his debut album. He released it in the early hours of Tuesday, October 25.

The rapper proves how versatile he is by having songs of numerous music genres on the album dubbed G.I.N.A., an acronym for God Is Never Asleep.

Younger K.A., as he calls himself, has songs in the genres of afrobeats, hiplife, reggae, and highlife on his long-awaited body of work.

Listening to the 10-track album will made you hear voices of the great and well-known talents from all over the world like Fameye, Efya, Epixode, Eno, Lasmid, Simba, and Laïoung.

The versatile artist shocked his fans and has managed to win new fans with his amazing singing prowess.

Songs like Grace, 666, No Stress, Got You, as well as Pay Me were put together to make the album a huge success.


GINA Album Official Tracklist

Stream the album using the link below:


GINA Album Cover Art

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