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Kanye West sued for allegedly punching autograph hunter
Kanye West is being sued for assault and battery by an autograph hunter he allegedly punched outside a nightclub.Court documents obtained by TMZ allege that the rapper got into a confrontation with the man outside the Soho House, a members only club in downtown Los Angeles, in January 2022.The man claims that West shouted, “I’m going to make a fucking example of you”, before striking him violently.The documents suggest that the man asked West to apologise, to which the rapper replied, “Apology for what?”, before allegedly hitting the man several more times, “severely injuring him”.The man is suing for assault and battery and says he has also endured emotional distress and is suing for damages. The man’s wife is also suing West for loss of consortium.At the time of the alleged incident, West was investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department in connection with an altercation, but no charges were filed.Less than a week later, West gave an interview with Hollywood Unlocked about the investigation, in which he stated: “I just finished these two songs, I came from the studio, and this dude, he just had this real attitude, like, ‘’What you gonna do? And see that?’”“Imma just tell you, that blue COVID mask ain’t stop that knockout, you know what I’m saying?”In other Kanye news, it is expected that Ye and Ty Dolla $ign‘s collaborative album ‘Vultures’ will be released at some point this month, after a series of delays and missed release dates.
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Solar storm forecasted for Thursday could bring Northern Lights to 17 states
solar storm forecast for Thursday is expected to give skygazers in 17 American states a chance to glimpse the Northern Lights, the colorful sky show that happens when solar wind hits the atmosphere.Northern Lights, also known as aurora borealis, are most often seen in Alaska, Canada and Scandinavia, but an 11-year solar cycle that’s expected to peak in 2024 is making the lights visible in places farther to the south. Three months ago, the light displays were visible in Arizona, marking the third severe geomagnetic storm since the current solar cycle began in 2019.The Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks has forecast auroral activity on Thursday in Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Indiana, Maine and Maryland.Auroral activity also has been forecast for Canada, including Vancouver.The aurora borealis could be seen on the North horizon in the night sky over Wolf Lake in the Cloquet State Forest in Minnesota around midnight on September 28, 2019.