Donald Trump apparently was not a favourite of a lot of these celebrities and no one even has to blame them. The world saw a lot of statements from the celebs with regards to what they would do should Trump be the POTUS and as expected, most of them said they would pack out of the states if he emerges winner.
Now the eventual has happened, Trump has been elected president of the States—our question is, are these celebs really going to leave the country or they were just making conversation as at the time of their pronouncements.?
The Nigerian Nobel-winning author, Wole Soyinka obviously is no supporter of Donald Trump.
In a lecture with his Oxford students, he said it was up to them to stand against ‘ultranationalism’— he said:
Miss Arkansas, Savvy Shields won the Miss America pageant Sunday night in Atlantic City. She beat 52 other contestants to win the crown and the title of Miss America 2016, succeeding the outgoing Miss America Betty Cantrell.
Shields performed a jazz dance to a song from the TV show “Smash,” for which she won a preliminary competition earlier in the week.
Great Britain’s 16 year old Amy Tinkler is now Britain’s youngest athlete to win a medal at the Olympics in 32 years, after she won Bronze at the women’s floor exercise event on Tuesday. It is an astonishing rise for the teenager who just last month sat in a school hall to take her GCSE exams and will collect her results on the day she returns from Brazil. Holding back tears after her win, she said:
“I can’t believe it. I knew I was Team GB’s youngest athlete but this is crazy and I’m still in shock at the minute. ‘It was a bit nerve-wracking watching the other athletes and knowing you are so close to a medal but I would have been happy with wherever I was place.’ ‘I went out there and did my best and enjoyed it so whatever the result, I would have been happy. I really am speechless”.