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Likes on X to Become Private Starting Today

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is about to start hiding all likes

X, formerly known as Twitter, is making likes private starting today. This means that users’ likes on the platform will be hidden by default. However, users will still be able to see who liked their posts and the like count for all posts. This change is intended to allow users to like posts without worrying about who might see it.

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“Important to allow people to like posts without getting attacked for doing so!” It is expected that the number of likes on a post will still be visible to everyone, but it will not be possible to see who liked a post from another user. Similarly, the Likes tab on user profiles will also disappear.

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Accra Brewery PLC celebrates the incredible fathers in their brewery

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Today, June 14, 2024, Accra Brewery PLC celebrated the incredible fathers in their brewery by surprising them with special Father’s Day gifts to commemorate Father’s Day, which falls on Sunday, June 16, 2024.

This was carried out to show appreciation for their hard work and dedication. To all fathers out there, we say happy Father’s Day and ayekoo to all the sacrifices.

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Kwaw Kese takes a dig at Sarkodie with X post

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Kwaw Kessler is trying to stir the pot with his latest X post.

(“#Champ . The woman sef shock
Jonson”)

 

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Man with swastika face tattoos found guilty of brutal strangling of two Florida women just hours apart

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The man, with his face adorned with swastika tattoos, was found guilty of brutally strangling two Florida women just hours apart. It’s like he was trying to set a new record for the most heinous crimes committed in a single day.

The jury didn’t buy his “I’m just misunderstood” defense and found him guilty on all counts.

Now, he’s likely to spend the rest of his life in prison, where he can work on a new face tattoo design that says “I’m sorry” or something.

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