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Three MTA Workers Risk Losing Their Jobs After Authorities Discovered Their Hideout




Imagine getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city and relaxing in your secret hiding place. Sounds cool, right? Three MTA workers(a wireman, a carpenter foreman, and an electrical foreman) thought it was  and decided to convert a storage room at Grand Central Terminal into a man cave.

Investigators discovered their hideout beneath the tracks of the busy transportation hub. The room had a futon couch, a microwave, a large flatscreen television with streaming capabilities, a refrigerator, work out equipment, air conditioning, and more. Did we forget to mention the open can of beer?

 In 2019, Investigators paid an unannounced visit after Metro-North failed to investigate claims that the workers threw parties and drank beer there. They found nothing to pin on the workers.

Their reasons for doing this remain unclear. We are assuming they just needed some time off their busy schedule. If that is the case, they are in luck because now they risk losing their jobs.

In an angry response to the matter, the president of Metro-North (Catherine Rinaldi)said,” The employees who were involved are on the overnight shift, but this is an unauthorized break space, unknown to their supervision and completely unacceptable , and outrageous behavior and something that I am furious about.”She added that the room was a back room for a locksmith storage area.

The three employees denied claims of ever being in that room, forgetting (if they even thought) that they left fingerprints, receipts, exercise equipment, personal calendars, and streaming devices.

Many commuters have rebuked their behavior with others, saying it is ‘not fair’. Authorities have since checked for any other suspicious doors but have found nothing. All the best to the three musketeers.

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Top Ten Richest Celebrities On OnlyFans




If there’s one site that boomed over a short period, it has to be OnlyFans. OnlyFans, previously only known for its x-rated content, is becoming a fast-growing platform for people to earn extra coins

The site has recently seen an influx of celebrities including rappers who also want to make some extra coin of the platform.

Below is a list of the top 10 celebrities earning the highest from the site;

1. Blac Chyna

Blac Chyna is currently the highest-paid celebrity on the site making £15,418,259 a month. The T.V. and social media personality has amassed 16.3 million followers on Instagram, where she promotes her OnyFans page. The American model and social media personality shares racy pictures of herself on her account, which goes for $19.99 a month.

2. Bella Thorne

The T.V. personality and actress was one of the first celebrities to join the platform. She announced to her 23.8 million followers on I.G. that she would be joining OnlyFans, where she is the second highest-earning celebrity making £9,013,128 per month. The monthly subscription fee for her account is £15.77.

3. Cardi B

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The WAP hit-maker earns £7,158,487 per month from sharing intimate and exclusive parts of her life. She frequently has live LIVE question and answer sessions with her fans and shares behind-the-scenes of various projects. Her monthly subscription fee is £3.93.

4. Tyga

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The rapper who has amassed a total of 20.8 million followers on I.G. earns £ 5.896,939 per month. He shares x-rated content on the platform, where he charges a monthly subscription fee of £11.79.

5. Mia Khalifa

Porn actress turned media personality Mia Khalifa recently shared with her 21.7 million followers on I.G. that she has joined the platform. She earns £4.920.033 per month, and she charges a monthly subscription fee of £9.45.

6. Erica Mena

TV personality, recording artist, and video vixen Erica Jasmin Mena Samuels earns £3,442,505 per month from her account, where she charges a monthly subscription fee of £27.60. She most recently caused a buzz on the internet after sharing a teaser of a steamy video of her and her husband, Safaree Samuels, that would be on her OnlyFans platform.

7. Pia Mia

The 23-year-old singer, Pia Mia, announced that she’d be joining OnlyFans to her 6 million Instagram followers on September 5th. Since then, she has gone to earn £1,701,040 in a month on the platform where she charges £11.82.

8. Safaree Samuels

American rapper and T.V. personality earn £1,466,154 per month on the platform. Samuels charges a monthly fee of £19.71.

9. Megan Barton-Hanson

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Influencer and Love Island contestant Megan Barton-Hanson earns a whooping £807,559 on the platform. Her monthly subscription fee is £19.71. She had joined the platform and left it when she joined Love Island but returned in March this year.

10. Casanova

Since joining in April, the rapper is earning £805,850 per month on the platform, where he charges a monthly subscription fee of £19.71.

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Here Are 8 Rappers You Can Find on OnlyFans



Since the Corona pandemic started, several subscription services such as Netflix and applications such as Tiktok have greatly benefited from this period of people just being indoors.

One such platform is OnlyFans which is mostly known for its adult-oriented content. OnlyFans, a content subscription service based in the United Kingdom, has seen an influx of people joining the platform.

Celebrities have not been left behind. A number have opened accounts on the platform and have even gone to share their OnlyFans accounts on their other social media accounts.

The celebrities put anything on these OnlyFans accounts and charge a certain subscription fee per month. Below are rappers that have joined OnlyFans.



Tyga is one of the latest rappers to join OnlyFans. The ‘Taste’ rapper grabbed headlines when a picture of his ‘manhood’ began doing its rounds on social media that people claimed he leaked.

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Tyga’s OnlyFans content is X-rated. His subscription fee is $20 per month.

His Onlyfan’s username is @tyga

2. Cardi B


Cardi B joined the OnlyFans bandwagon in August just when her track ‘WAP’ with Megan Thee Stallion was new. Unlike her other rapper counterparts, the ‘Bodak Yellow’ rapper does not share explicit photos or videos. Her account is all about the rapper addressing her personal life.

Following her split with Offset, she went on to share on the platform why she chose to leave the marriage. Her subscription is $4.99 per month.

Her Onlyfan’s username is @iamcardib

3. Swae Lee


According to his Twitter, the Rae Sremmurd member began considering opening an OnlyFans account in March. The 27-year-old singer/rapper eventually joined the platform in June only to promote his latest single “Reality Check.”

Unlike most accounts that profit off of subscription fees, fans can access his for free.

His Onlyfan’s username is @swaelee

4. Rubi Rose


The rapper, who made a cameo on Cardi and Megan’s “WAP” music video, is quite a wealthy member of OnlyFans.

Newsweek that the rapper made $100,000 just off of two photos she had previously posted on Instagram, which has elevated her to the top 0.32% of OnlyFans creators.

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She charges $14.99 for a monthly subscription.

Her Onlyfan’s account is @rubixrose

5. Blac Chyna

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Reality TV star, model, and till recently rapper Blac Chyna is also on the OnlyFans platform where she shares racy pictures and x-rated content. Her account’s subscription fee is $19.99 per month.

Her Onlyfan’s username is @blacchyna

6. Sukihana

This Atlanta rapper and social media personality was featured in Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s WAP is also on OnlyFans.

Her Onlyfan’s account is entirely free and her username is @sukigoodcoochie

7. Casanova

According to Insider, the rapper also wanted to collect some cash on the site after being inspired by women purchasing their “dream houses” from their OnlyFans profits.

Since joining in April, the New York native has cut his monthly subscription cost in half from $50 to $25.

His Onlyfan’s username is @casanova

8. Rico Nasty

The rapper has been using the platform, which costs $6 a month to access, to promote her solo music following her latest collaboration with Kali Uchis.

Her Onlyfan’s username is @nastyricoo

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What’s Coming to Netflix in October 2020?



Spooktober is officially here and you know what that means. New titles are headed to Netflix this Halloween season, and as always, the subscription-based streaming service isn’t slowing down on original releases matching the season. Mike Flanagan’s highly anticipated The Haunting of Hill House: Season 2 is almost here, and it’s guaranteed to pack plenty of scares.

If you aren’t interested in any Halloween-themed films this month, don’t worry because Netflix has a variety of new arrivals.

Netflix’s New Arrivals for October 2020

Coming October 1

  • 44 Cats: Season 2 Bom Dia, Verônica / Good Morning, Verônica
  • Carmen Sandiego: Season 3
  • Oktoberfest: Beer & Blood
  • Pasal Kau / All Because of You
  • The Worst Witch: Season 4
  • A.M.I.
  • Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
  • Along Came a Spider
  • Bakugan: Armored Alliance: Season 2
  • Basic Instinct
  • Black ’47
  • Cape Fear
  • Code Lyoko: Seasons 1-4
  • The Dukes of Hazzard (2005)
  • Employee of the Month
  • Enemy at the Gates
  • Evil: Season 1
  • Familiar Wife: Season 1
  • Fargo
  • Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma: The Second Plate
  • Free State of Jones
  • Ghost Rider
  • Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
  • Gran Torino
  • Her
  • House of 1,000 Corpses
  • Human Nature
  • Hunt for the Wilderpeople
  • I’m Leaving Now
  • The Longest Yard (1974)
  • The Parkers: Seasons 1-5
  • The Pirates! Band of Misfits
  • Carlos Almaraz: Playing with Fire
  • The Prince & Me
  • Poseidon (2006)
  • The Outpost
  • Stranger than Fiction
  • Superman Returns
  • Sword Art Online: Alicization
  • Troy
  • The Unicorn: Season 1
  • WarGames
  • We Have Always Lived in the Castle
  • Yogi Bear
  • You Cannot Hide: Season 1

Coming October 2

  • A Go! Go! Cory Carson Halloween
  • Ahí te encargo / You’ve Got This
  • The Binding
  • Dick Johnson Is Dead
  • Emily in Paris
  • Òlòtūré
  • Serious Men
  • Song Exploder
  • Vampires vs. the Bronx

Coming October 4

  • Colombiana
  • David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet

Coming October 6

  • Dolly Parton: Here I Am
  • Saturday Church
  • StarBeam: Halloween Hero
  • Walk Away from Love

Coming October 7

  • Hubie Halloween
  • Schitt’s Creek: Season 6
  • To the Lake

Coming October 9

  • Deaf U
  • Fast & Furious Spy Racers: Season 2: Rio
  • The Forty-Year-Old Version
  • Ginny Weds Sunny
  • The Haunting of Bly Manor
  • Super Monsters: Dia de los Monsters

Coming October 12

  • Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts: Season 3

Coming October 13

  • The Cabin with Bert Kreischer
  • Octonauts & the Great Barrier Reef

Coming October 14

  • Alice Junior
  • BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky
  • Moneyball

Coming October 15

  • A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting
  • Batman: The Killing Joke
  • Half & Half: Seasons 1-4
  • Love Like the Falling Rain
  • One on One: Seasons 1-5
  • Power Rangers Beast Morphers: Season 2, Part 1
  • Rooting for Roona
  • Social Distance

Coming October 16

  • Alguien tiene que morir / Someone Has to Die
  • Dream Home Makeover
  • Grand Army
  • In a Valley of Violence
  • La Révolution
  • The Last Kids on Earth: Book 3
  • The Trial of the Chicago 7
  • Unfriended

Coming October 18

  • ParaNorman

Coming October 19

  • Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 2

Coming October 20

  • Carol
  • The Magic School Bus Rides Again The Frizz Connection

Coming October 21

  • My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Season 3
  • Rebecca

Coming October 22

  • Bending the Arc
  • Cadaver
  • The Hummingbird Project
  • Yes, God, Yes

Coming October 23

  • Barbarians
  • Move
  • Over the Moon
  • Perdida
  • The Queen’s Gambit

Coming October 27

  • Blood of Zeus
  • Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt: Season 4
  • Sarah Cooper: Everything’s Fine
  • Vilas: Serás lo que debas ser o no serás nada / Guillermo Vilas: Settling the Score

Coming October 28

  • Holidate
  • Metallica Through The Never
  • Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight
  • Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb

Coming October 30

  • Bronx
  • The Day of the Lord
  • His House
  • Somebody Feed Phil: Season 4
  • Suburra: Season 3

Coming October 31

  • The 12th Man

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Amazon Launches Surveillance Drone That Flies Around The House To Spot Home Invaders



Amazon released a home surveillance drone that flies around the house, checking for intruders when the owner is away from home. The home surveillance drone has been unveiled by Ring, the firm’s home security arm. It contains a flying black camera powered by rotor blades that automatically take off from a stationary white dock when it detects movement in the house.

The Always Home Cam can fly to check if the windows are closed or if the stove is on.

Something I frequently hear from customers is ‘I have a few Indoor Cams from Ring, but sometimes I would leave the house and couldn’t remember if I’d left a window open and wished I had a camera there‘” writes Jamie Siminoff, the founder of Ring. 

The drone is designed to avoid unexpected obstacles, thus its small size. The camera on the Always Home Cam is physically blocked when the device is charging, so it can only record when it is flying around.

The device is expected to cost $250 when it launches in the US.

The Ring Always Home Cam uses a map of your home to fly around independently to check out strange noises or movements when you are not home. The drone is also designed to make hovering sounds to indicate when filming. It is able to link a Ring Alarm system and automatically dispatches itself to start recording in case a security alarm goes off. 

This device is cast as a home security system that will not require the installation of multiple cameras. Critics, however, insist that The Always Home Cam would be invasive of customers’ privacies. This argument is based on the possibility of the camera being hacked or the recorded footage being shared with the police department.

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The 20 Most Viewed Videos on YouTube



YouTube has grown to be one of the most popular video platforms. It is home to some of the most viewed videos on the planet. 

Youtube was launched in 2005 with Me at the Zoo being the first video to be uploaded in April 2005. There are more than 1.3 billion YouTube accounts .

According to a 2016 research, 4.3% of YouTube’s videos are music which attracts 11% of the views.

Without further ado, here is the list of the top 20 most viewed videos on YouTube:

The 20 most viewed YouTube Videos

20. Blank Space by Taylor Swift – 2.6B Views

19. Hello by Adele – 2.71B Views

18. Let Her Go by Passenger – 2.78B Views

17.  Faded by Alan Walker – 2.8B Views

16. Dark Horse by Katty Perry ft. Juicy J. – 2.86B Views

15. Lean On by Major Lazer and DJ Snake ft MO – 2.88B Views

14. Bailando by Enrique Iglesias ft Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona – 2.9Views

13. Shake it Off by Taylor Swift – 2.96B Views

12. Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran – 3B Views

11. Counting Stars by OneRepublic -3.05B Views

10. Roar by Katty Perry – 3.17B Views

9. Sorry by Justin Beiber – 3.3B Views

8. Masha and the Bear: Recipe for Disaster by Get Movies – 3.55B Views

7. Gangnam Style by Psy – 3.7B Views

6. Sugar- Maroon by 5 3.82B Views

5. UpTown Funk by Mark Ronson ft Bruno Mars – 3.9B Views

4. See You Again by Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth – 4.7B Views

3. Shape of You by Ed Sheeran – 4.9B Views

2. Baby Shark Dance by Pinkfong Kids’ Songs and Stories – 6.5B Views

1. Despacito by Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee – 6.9B Views

Today, YouTube is filled with lots of videos including music videos, tutorials, and kid-friendly content. Users create YouTube channels where they post their content. These channels serve as platforms for businesses to reach their audiences and for influencers to earn a living through viewership.

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