“If Kanye feels like him and Kim are better without me, then let them be without me. I’m OK with that. … I will survive,” Pippen said of the couple, who wed in 2014. “I want everyone to be happy!”Eagled-eye fans noticed in July that Kim wasn’t keeping up with Pippen on the social media platform anymore. A source told Us Weekly at the time that the KKW Beauty CEO “wanted to reset” her account to “just to her family and childhood friends.”The source said, “For Kim’s own mental health, she wanted to narrow down what was showing up on her feed. There are a lot of people she is friends with who she doesn’t follow on social media.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Months after Kim Kardashian and Larsa Pippen unfollowed each other on Instagram, fans of the Kardashian-Jenner family are finally getting answers about their falling out.The 46-year-old Real Housewives of Miami alum, who has been friends with Kim, 40, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian, for years, broke her silence on “Hollywood Raw” podcast on Monday, November 9, citing Kanye West as the reason for their issues.- Advertisement – According to Pippen, however, West, 43, encouraged Kim to hit unfollow.“I didn’t feel any type of way. I just felt, like, do what’s best for your family. I love you, you and I are best friends, we’ve been through everything together, I would never do anything to jeopardize our relationship, we’re like sisters, we’re family, but if you have to unfollow me to make your home a better place, do it,” she said. “He talks so much about me being this and that and this and that. I just feel like Kanye was in a place where he really didn’t trust anyone with Kim.”- Advertisement – Pippen went on to slam West several times, claiming he’s “brainwashed” his wife and her sisters.When asked what she would say to the rapper if she saw him, Pippen said, “I don’t know, ‘Where is the love?’ … The funny thing is I love him. I love all of them. … Nothing has happened where it’s like, ‘I’ll never talk to them again.’ I feel like people going through different things and people handle problems differently.”Scroll through for more bombshell claims from Pippen about the famous family — including details of her past (and present) with Tristan Thompson: read more
Officers of Police Station 7, meanwhile,conducted a manhunt operation against the suspect, who fled after theincident./PN Tagged suspect was 35-year-old resident JimboyLantape, the report added. According to police investigators,Lantape shot Dorimon around 9:30 p.m. on March 24. But the motive in theincident was not immediately established. BACOLOD City – A man was shot inBarangay Vista Alegre. Dorimon was brought to a hospital herefor medical treatment. The 42-year-old resident Romeo Dorimonsustained a gunshot wound on the leg.
Facebook16Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston County ChamberOn March 26, 2020, the Thurston Regional Economic Task Force — represented by a growing number of partners, including the City of Lacey, City of Olympia, City of Tumwater, City of Yelm, Experience Olympia & Beyond, Olympia Downtown Alliance, Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council, Port of Olympia, Thurston County Chamber, Thurston County, Thurston Economic Development Council and local Tribal Nations — convened to create the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Initiative to provide information to workers and employers in Thurston County. The Task Force named this initiative Thurston Strong.Thurston Strong is committed to developing and coordinating a multi-faceted response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and its specific impacts to and throughout our broader Thurston County Community. Thurston Strong will share this information through the website, ThurstonStrong.org and through periodic email updates to subscribers and occasional press releases.“This is a difficult period for our community, and we want you to know, you’re not alone,” said Michael Cade, Executive Director at the Thurston Economic Development Council and a member of the task force. “We want impacted businesses and workers to know that community-based organizations and Thurston County municipalities are coming together to figure out how we can reduce impacts today and position ourselves for a quick and effective recovery in the months ahead,” he said.“We will endeavor to provide local businesses and impacted workers relevant information through this resource site and other means as events unfold,” said David Schaffert, President/CEO of the Thurston County Chamber. “We’re working fast to bring you information as we learn about it, so please forgive any errors or omissions and be sure to share with us any resources or solutions you think could help others. Together, we will make it through this,” he said.Stay up to date at ThurstonStrong.org. read more