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Kanye West Emerges With Bizarre Face Covering After Kim Kardashian Hangs Out With Drake

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Kanye West was spotted for the first time in months, despite trying to go incognito.

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The 43-year-old was photographed back in Los Angeles ahead of the weekend and donned a bizarre face-covering amid his $2.1 billion divorce with Kim Kardashian.

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Kanye has been MIA since Kim filed for divorce in February.

He’s been spending most of his time at his ranch in Wyoming but remerged in the city he once called home with Kim and their four children on Thursday.

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Trying to trick photographers, Mr. West pulled a tried a patterned cloth around his entire head but couldn’t fool nearby shutterbugs.

The Jesus Is King rapper’s fashion was on display. He was caught wearing his signature Yeezys, a navy shirt, and a pair of denim jeans.

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It’s interesting timing considering his soon-to-be ex-wife was recently hanging out with his archenemy Drake.

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Kim was dressed to kill when she showed up to a party for billionaire bachelor Jamie Reuben‘s birthday last weekend, and Page Six reports that Kanye’s rap rival was there.

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According to the outlet, Drake “stayed till late” at the party and even hung out until 3 AM.

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Ye and Drake have been archenemies for years, ever since rumors that Kim once hooked up with Drake.

While she denied the rumors, it didn’t help when Drake released his 2018 hit, In My Feelings.

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Many fans speculated the “KiKi” the rapper referred to in the song was Kim.

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Nick Cannon perpetuated the Kim/Drake hookup rumors.

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“There is something real personal Drake holds over that whole family. Like, y’all don’t want me to let this out,” Nick warned at the time.

Kanye didn’t like that and shot back, unleashing a social media tirade on Drake and Cannon.

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Taking to Twitter, the rapper wrote, “There would never be a drake without a Kanye.”

He then spewed off a rant in Nick’s direction, warning him, “Don’t be making no suggestions like nobody f—ked my wife.”

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Meanwhile, while Kim was hanging out at the same spot as Drake, rumors began to swirl that Kanye has a new Mrs. of his own.

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‘Genshin Impact’ Yun Jin release date, trailer, skills, story, and constellations

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Every major Genshin Impact update introduces new playable characters into the mix, which always drives the story forward. For Version 2.3, developer miHoYo added Arataki Itto and Gorou to the free-to-play adventure. Beyond that, we know we’re getting Yun Jin, who was first revealed via the Genshin Impact social media channels in November 2021. But how will this new character play? When can we expect her to be added? There’s still plenty for miHoYo to reveal about the new character, but here’s everything we know about Yun Jin, including her personality, abilities, and expected release date.

When is the Genshin Impact Yun Jin Banner release date?

Much like her counterpart, Shenhe, it’s unclear when exactly Yun Jin will be added to Genshin Impact. It’s highly likely this character will make her debut sometime during Version 2.4, which should begin at or around January 5, 2022. But that is purely speculative as of this writing.

Who is Yun Jin in Genshin Impact?

Yun Jin is a singer and dancer.miHoYo

We know Yun Jin is a four-star Geo character who wields a polearm. She’s a performer, specializing in dancing and singing, and she works as a brewer at the Heyu Tea House.

Below is a description of Yun Jin according to Fan Er’ye of the Heyu Tea House:

One performance by Yun Jin at our tea house rakes in enough Mora that we won’t have to open for a whole month!

Along with that, the Genshin Impact Twitter account explains, “She is the director of the Yun-Han Opera Troupe and is also a famous figure in Liyue Harbor’s opera scene.”

Of course, since we’re still far off from Yun Jin’s addition, there’s a lot we don’t know about her, but miHoYo will likely fill us in soon.

Is there a Genshin Impact Yun Jin trailer?

There isn’t a trailer dedicated specifically to Yun Jin yet and she likely won’t be featured in one until we get closer to her release in Genshin Impact. However, you can watch the Version 2.3 “Shadows Amidst Snowstorms” trailer to hold you over in the meantime.

What are Yun Jin’s abilities?

Yun Jin is a four-star Geo character. miHoYo

Currently, miHoYo has yet to reveal Yun Jin’s official ability list, but according to reputable leaker Honey Hunter, we have a clear idea of what to expect. Of course, much of this information could change ahead of the character’s release, so it’s best to wait for miHoYo to know for sure.

Normal Attack: Cloud-Grazing Strike

  • Normal: Performs up to five consecutive spear strikes
  • Charged: Consumes a certain amount of Stamina to lunge forward and deal damage
  • Plunging: Plunges from mid-air to strike the ground below, damaging opponents along the path and dealing AoE damage upon impact

Elemental Skill: Whirling Opener

Yun Jin uses her spear to deal damage, allowing you to mix things up depending on whether you press or hold the attack button.

  • Press: Flourishes her spear in the Cloud-Grazing Form, dealing Geo damage
  • Hold: Takes up the Whirling Opener stance and charges up, forming a shield. Damage Absorption is based on Yun Jin’s Max HP and absorbs all Elemental damage and Physical damage 150 percent more effectively. When the skill is unleashed, its duration ends, or when the shield breaks, Yun Jin will unleash the stored energy as an attack, dealing Geo damage. Based on the time spent charging, it will either unleash an attack at Charge Level 1 or Level 2.

Elemental Burst: Cliffbreaker’s Banner

Deals AoE Geo damage and grants all nearby party members a Flying Cloud Flag Formation.

Flying Cloud Flag Formation

When Normal Attack damage is dealt to opponents, bonus damage will be dealt based on Yun Jin’s current defense. The effects of this skill will be cleared after a set duration or a specific number of stacks are consumed. When one Normal Attack hits multiple opponents, stacks of this skill will be consumed according to the number of opponents hit. Each member of the party will have these effects and their stacks counted independently.

Yun Jin will likely be added during Version 2.4.miHoYo

Passive Skills

Yun Jin’s Passive Skills can help her out in the middle of battle, and even impact the entire team.

  • Light Nourishment: When Perfect Cooking is achieved on Food with Adventure-related effects, there is a 12 percent chance to obtain double the product.
  • True to Oneself: Using Whirling Opener at the precise moment when Yun Jin is attacked will unleash its Level 2 Charged (Hold) form.
  • No Mere Traditionalist: The Normal Attack damage Bonus granted by Flying Cloud Flag Formation is further increased by 2.5 percent/5 percent/7.5 percent/11.5 percent/ of Yun Jin’s defense when the party contains characters of 1/2/3/4 Elemental Types.

Constellations

  • Stylized Equestrianism: Whirling Opener’s CD is decreased by 18 percent.
  • Myriad Mise-En-Scene: Characters under the effects of Flying Cloud Flag Formation deal 2 percent increased Normal Attack damage after their Normal Attacks hit opponents. This effect can be triggered once every 0.3s, with a maximum of 10 stacks. This effect lasts until Flying Cloud Flag Formation’s effects are cleared or reset.
  • Seafaring General: Increases the Level of Cliffbreaker’s Banner by 3. The maximum upgrade level is 15.
  • Ascend, Cloud-Hanger: When Yun Jin triggers the Crystallize Reaction, her DEF is increased by 20 percent for 12s.
  • Famed Throughout the Land: Increases the Level of Whirling Opener by 3. The maximum upgrade level is 15.
  • Decorous Harmony: Characters under the effects of the Flying Cloud Flag Formation have their Normal ATK SPD increased by 12 percent.

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Joe Biden greeted in Minnesota with ‘FJB’ and ‘You Suck’ signs

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So much for “Minnesota nice.”

President Joe Biden received an ugly welcome in the Land of 10,000 Lakes Tuesday when his motorcade passed dozens of protesters who held vulgar signs dissing the commander-in-chief.

Some of the demonstrators waved campaign flags for former President Donald Trump.

One sign said “FJB” in an apparent abbreviation of “F–k Joe Biden.”

“A less coded version just outright said ‘F–k you Biden’ with the U in the F word cleverly drawn to look like a middle finger,” reported White House pool correspondent Todd Gillman of the Dallas Morning News.

“A real middle finger attached to a somewhat rough looking middle age man with a beard was upraised as motorcade passed,” Gillman added.

The pool reporter also noted that other signs displayed various messages including “You Suck,” “High Gas – C’mon man,” and “Trump still president.”

Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz welcoming Biden to Minnesota on November 30, 2021.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz welcomed President Biden to Minnesota on Nov. 30, 2021.
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At least one person wore a shirt reading “Let’s Go Brandon” — a slogan used as a bowdlerized stand-in for “F— Joe Biden.” The same message appeared on signs and at least one large flag.

The large protest followed similar displays during recent Biden trips to other states he won in last year’s presidential election — including Connecticut, New Jersey and Massachusetts.

The president’s approval ratings have slumped amid a series of setbacks including the highest inflation in 31 years and a resurgence of COVID-19 cases.

Last week, a Nantucket man flipped Biden’s motorcade the bird on Thanksgiving. And at least one house near Biden’s vacation home on the Massachusetts island had a “Let’s Go Brandon” banner hanging in public view.

In September, North Jersey residents heckled Biden and also gave his motorcade middle fingers. “Resign, you tyrant!” one man shouted as Biden toured a storm-damaged neighborhood.

And last month, Biden told a child on a Connecticut playground that “I like kids better than people” — as a crowd nearby bellowed “F–k Joe Biden!”

Biden touring the Dakota County Technical College, in Rosemount, Minnesota on November 30, 2021.
Biden touring the Dakota County Technical College in Rosemount, Minnesota.
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In Minnesota, a wide range of issues were raised by anti-Biden protesters.

One protester opposed to Biden’s nearly $2 trillion social spending plan held a sign that said “Build Back Broke,” while anti-COVID-19 vaccine activists brandished a sign with a red slash mark through a hypodermic needle and the message “STOP THE EXPERIMENT NOW!”

Gillman reported that there was a smattering of support for Biden along the road as well.

One person held a sign that said “Let’s Go Joe” and another said “Welcome to Rosemount.”

Biden made the trip to promote his recently signed $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill.

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The Guy Who Knows Where All of Trump’s Bodies Are Buried Is Cooperating With the January 6 Committee

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As he’s made abundantly clear through lawsuits, legal posturing, and unhinged statements on the matter, Donald Trump very much does not want the House select committee investigating January 6 to know what he was doing before, during, and after the Capitol was attacked by his bloodthirsty supporters. Why is this? We won’t claim to understand what’s going on inside the moldy pile of meatloaf that is the ex-president’s head, but we will note that if he thought the behind-the-scenes details made him look better—like if he could say that he was giving orphans a tour of the East Wing when he was first alerted to the violence, or that he was preparing for a photo shoot for People’s Sexiest Man Alive cover—he would want that information out there faster than you can say “fascist insurrection.” (While Trump has claimed that he’s fighting the release of documents to the House committee in order to protect future presidents, we can say with a high degree of confidence that that’s bullshit, as the man has never done a selfless thing in his entire life.) Which makes the news that his fourth and final chief of staff—the guy who was by his side both through all the false election-fraud claims and the violent attempt to overturn democracy—is cooperating with congressional investigators probably extremely unwelcome!

The Washington Post reports that Mark Meadows has been complying with the House’s probe, though it initially looked like he would follow in the footsteps of Steve Bannon and stonewall the whole thing, which led to the latter being criminally indicted earlier this month and facing up to two years in prison if convicted. In a statement, Rep. Bennie Thompson, the committee’s chairman, said, “Mr. Meadows has been engaging with the select committee through his attorney. He has produced records to the committee and will soon appear for an initial deposition.”

According to a report from Rolling Stone, planners of the pro-Trump rallies that preceded the attack on the Capitol said Meadows played a major role in conversations surrounding the events leading up to the insurrection. “Meadows was 100% made aware of what was going on,” a source told the outlet. He also urged Georgia’s secretary of state, in the “spirit of cooperation and compromise,” to find a way to overturn Georgia’s election results during the infamous phone call in which Trump demanded Brad Raffensperger just “find” 11,000-plus votes. And he repeatedly pressed then acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen to have the Justice Department investigate baseless conspiracy theories of election fraud, including one claiming that people in Italy used satellites to turn Trump votes into Biden ones. Oh, and he was reportedly one of the few people Trump would listen to on the day and night of the attack.

In a statement to CNN, Meadows’s lawyer said there is now an understanding between the former chief of staff and investigators on how information can be shared going forward, adding that both sides are open to engaging, a turn of events we assume has led to a very bad day at Mar-a-Lago, particularly for the busboy who just wanted to clear his tables and clock out when he found himself on the receiving end of a incomprehensible tirade about traitors and Democrats and the scourge of low-flow toilets.

Of course, it’s not all good news for people hoping to see Trump held accountable for the first time in his 75 years on earth. For one thing, Meadows is still a Trump loyalist who…well, you read the thing about Italian satellites, right? For another, his lawyer has already suggested that certain things Meadows knows fall under executive privilege, and thus he should not be “compelled” to share them.

In happier news that may make Meadows’s (and his ex-boss’s) executive privilege claims moot, there’s this, per Politico:

Three federal appellate judges appear likely to reject Donald Trump’s effort to block January 6 investigators from obtaining his White House records—a big potential boost for lawmakers hoping to reveal the former president’s actions as a mob of his supporters attacked the Capitol.

As they questioned Trump’s lawyers, the judges repeatedly expressed skepticism that a former president could override a decision by the sitting president—in this case Joe Biden—to release documents to Congress, particularly when the incumbent has decided it’s in the national interest to release records to investigators…. The files at issue are drawn from former chief of staff Mark Meadows, former adviser Stephen Miller, former deputy White House counsel Patrick Philbin, and former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, among other top Trump aides. The National Archives has identified the documents in periodic batches since early September and expects to produce additional tranches in the coming months.

“We have one president at a time under our constitution,” Judge Patricia Millett said on Tuesday. “That incumbent president…has made the judgment and is best positioned, as the Supreme Court has told us, to make that call as to the interests of the executive branch.”

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