Kanye West has started a news site


Kanye West has started a news site

Kanye West has decided to open a site in which he provides us with some news relating to the events that have happened in the last few hours.

Yews.news, this is the name of the site, was shared by Ye in his IG stories. By accessing the site you can read some titles of recent events divided by time (10AM, 3PM, 8PM) and reported one after the other as in the iPhone notes.

For example, if you click the time 8PM, it reads:

Killer Mike arrested after Grammy win

Facebook turns 20

The best-selling beer has no alcohol

Palestinians mourn the destroyed city

The world’s first Al brothel opens

The Ancient Material Is Replacing Plastic

If you click instead on 3PM you will read:

Most Americans think journalists lie

Netflix rejects Apple Vision Pro

Scientists turn waste into silk

China is testing a 100% deadly disease.

Chemicals and diet that cause sperm decline

The most advanced robots fear loneliness

A new civilization discovered in the Amazon

At 10AM instead we read:

Farmers threaten siege of Rome

Most students use AI to write essays

Bob Marley’s bassist had 41 children

Sex is a growing trend in the Metaverse

Humans are living longer everywhere

A model fakes her death to raise public awareness

At the bottom of each list of topics there is the word “expand”, by clicking on it you can read the various news items listed in detail.


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