- Champion’s League
The Champions League finally began and we all know what’s on everyone’s mind. Depending on the team you support you’re wondering whether Real Madrid will win a third straight title, will Manchester United’s return to the tournament be a successful one, Will Barcelona finally take back their rightful place and Arsenal fans are still undecided on whether they’ll be watching the Europa League once it kicks off.
Well, other than throwing shade at Arsenal, we all knew what was on our star player’s mind the night before the games:
- Iphone 8 and X are launched: The internet reacts with memes
On Tuesday, Apple revealed not one but two new models of iPhone: the iPhone 8 (and larger-sized 8 Plus), and the iPhone X (pronounced like the number ten). (No word on why they mysteriously skipped the model 9, though.) As expected, Apple fans and critics were out in full force to eat up every last bite of the livestreamed announcement. The internet quickly digested the information, and spat it back out in the form of… meme responses, of course.
HIM: But its 2am why are you putting on makeup
HER: I want to unlock my iPhone X
— Abayomi Opeoluwa (@YomiNigeria) September 15, 2017
The iPhone X and iPhone 8 Priced at $1500…Does it take me to America each time l put it on Flight Mode? pic.twitter.com/yLL6YJ1fBG
— 👑 (@iAmAugustine_) September 15, 2017
ed sheeran: *uses iPhone X face recognition*
iPhone X: pic.twitter.com/CwjQZA71jw
— Lady Gaga (@GagaNewsShade) September 15, 2017
iPhone SE- Same Eh
iPhone 5C- Cheap
iPhone X- Xpensive
— Angelo 🚀 (@AquinoAngeloo) September 15, 2017
- Kenyans react to Peter Munya’s fast u-turn
Kenyans have descended on former Meru governor Peter Munya after news of his defection back to the Jubilee party from NASA went viral.
As earlier reported, Munya, through a letter, announced his decision to revert to Jubilee party following “thorough consultations”.
His defection comes barely a week after he swore allegiance to Raila-led NASA citing “stolen Meru votes” as the key player in his decision.
*NASA supporters turn on their TV*
All channels: PETER MUNYA DITCHES NASA FOR JUBILEE
— S.K (@sammiekimathi) September 12, 2017
- Tekno Mile’s disappointing performance and Camp Mulla’s return
The only good thing that came out of the Tekno Mile’s event, other than Kenyans finally appreciating local performances, was the emphatic return of Camp Mulla. After a 5 year hiatus the group came out to give Kenyans the awesome news that they’re working on a new album. Kenyans went online to celebrate their second coming as the return of Kenyan music up the African music charts.
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