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American rapper cuts own penis, jumps off building

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Screengrab from Andre Johnson's Facebook account (Christ Bearer of Northstar)

American rapper Andre Johnson on Thursday (Manila Time) severed his penis and jumped off an apartment building in Los Angeles, CNN reported.

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Radio’s values should be defended, upheld

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We’ve been listening to our trusty and hopefully not rusty radio much more after this month, to find out how the medium is faring in this age when television reigns supreme. The good news is that local radio stations are as busy as ever, and are not about to be rendered passé by TV’s current phenomenal popularity, since they’ve worked out an implicit arrangement of appealing to separate audiences.

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Deniece Cornejo posts bail—report

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Deniece Cornejo. Facebook fan page photo

Model Deniece Cornejo on Wednesday posted bail for the grave coercion charges filed against her and six others by TV host-actor Vhong Navarro.

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Miley Cyrus hospitalized, cancels US concert

Screengrab from Miley Cyrus twitter account

Pop star Miley Cyrus has been hospitalized and has had to cancel a concert in the US state of Missouri, the venue said Tuesday.

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2 Taguig courts bar media on Vhong Navarro’s case

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CORNEJO, NAVARRO, LEE

The Taguig courts handling the cases filed by actor Vhong Navarro against Cedric Lee and six others have barred the media from monitoring the progress of the case.

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Taguig court has yet to issue arrest order vs Vhong Navarro’s maulers

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Cedric Lee and Deniece Cornejo. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

The Taguig Regional Trial Court Branch 271 has yet to issue a warrant of arrest against the accused in the mauling of actor/TV host Vhong Navarro.

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Arrest warrant out vs Cedric Lee, et al.

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Cedric Lee and Deniece Cornejo. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

The Metropolitan Trial Court of Taguig on Monday issued an arrest warrant against businessman Cedric Lee and several others in connection with the illegal detention and mauling case filed by comedian-actor Vhong Navarro.

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Malaya Watson voted off in ‘American Idol’

Malaya Watson, a Filipino-American in the hit singing contest “American Idol,” belts out with her performance of the Beatles’ song “Long and Winding Road.” Screengrab from American Idol’s YouTube account.

MANILA, Philippines – Filipino American Malaya Watson sang her last song in “American Idol” as she was voted off the top 8 in the hit singing contest. On Thursday night in Hollywood (Friday morning in Manila), American Idol on its official Twitter account said Watson landed at the bottom two with fellow contestant CJ Harris. [...]

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‘Never give up on dreams,’ beauty queen Mary Jean Lastimosa tells province-mates

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Mary Jean Lastimosa (center) is crowned Binibining Pilipinas Universe 2014 by last year's winner Ariella Arida (right) and assisted by reigning Miss Universe Gabriela Isler during the coronation night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. INQUIRER FILE  PHOTO

Binibining Pilipinas Universe Mary Jean Lastimosa fulfilled her promise to return to her home province Tuesday and was greeted with a rousing welcome.

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3 Mocha Girls members injured in Edsa car mishap

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Photo from Mocha Girls facebook fan page.

Three members of all female-sing and dance group Mocha Girls were injured in a highway accident before dawn Saturday, a radio report said.

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Begging for actual and factual closure

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Aside from the entertainment shows that are our usual focus, our televiewing this month has been dominated by the mystifying disappearance of a Malaysian Airlines plane bound for Beijing.

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TV ‘talents’ who shouldn’t win awards

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Our occasional notes on dubious TV awards have elicited the ire of some readers, who see nothing wrong and everything right in viewers’s groups citing what they feel is good work on the tube. Great, but why do the many new TV awards groups’ verdicts vary so much? Whatever happened to objective, reliable and consistent standards for outstanding performance?

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