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Kim Kardashian launches a private equity firm

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Steph Deschamps / September 8, 2022

New business for one of the most powerful influencers in the United States. After reality TV, makeup or sculpting underwear, Kim Kardashian announced Wednesday the creation of the private equity firm SKKY Partners.
 
The American star, who rose to fame with the show The Amazing Kardashian Family, co-founded the company with Jay Sammons, a specialist in the field, she tweeted.
 
She will also be working with her mother, Kris Jenner, another figure from their reality show, who will be a partner in our business, Kim Kardashian said.
 
SKKY Partners’ target sectors include consumer products, e-commerce and digital, media, hospitality and luxury, according to a post on the company’s Instagram account.
 
The Incredible Kardashian Family, a reality show that became a must-see and ended in 2021, followed the daily life of the wealthy Los Angeles clan. The family has since jumped on the streaming bandwagon, boarding the Hulu platform for a new show with a very similar concept.
 
At 41, Kim Kardashian has turned her celebrity into a business empire, with the SKKN by Kim makeup line and the Skims sculpting underwear brand. Her fortune is estimated at $1.8 billion by the trade magazine Forbes.
 
Jay Sammons, a former head of the Carlyle Group investment fund, told The Wall Street Journal that he contacted Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner this summer about launching the company. The most exciting part is talking to these founders and understanding what their dream is, Kim Kardashian told the New York media outlet, saying her company expects to make its first investment before the end of the year.
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Keenan Cahill, famous youtuber of the 2010s has died, he was only 27 years old

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Eva Deschamps / December 31, 2022

Before Tik Tok who democratized the fashion of the playback on the networks, the specialist was Keenan Cahill. The Internet star died this Thursday in a Chicago hospital when he was only 27 years old.
 
He accumulated millions of views on his YouTube channel when he was only 15 years old. Keenan Cahill, who became successful in the very early 2010s, died on Thursday, a few days after an open-heart surgery that he himself had announced on Instagram. The young man adept at playback was suffering from the disease of Maroteaux-Lamy, where his dwarfism in particular, was only 27 years.
 
The Chicago native was receiving frequent treatment and undergoing several surgeries. The family reported “complications” during the last surgery.
 
Keenan Cahill found success with simple videos filmed in his bedroom. His first video in which he filmed himself singing lip-synching to Katy Perry, now has over 58 million views. A performance that allowed him to collaborate with several artists for his videos. We note Jennifer Aniston, Flo Rida, Cody Simpson, Justin Bieber, 50 Cent or even Doc Gynéco.
 
Several personalities have paid tribute to him on social networks.
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Anita Pointers, founder of the Pointers Sisters passed away this Saturday, she was 74 years old

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Steph Deschamps / January 2, 2023

American singer Anita Pointer, who enjoyed success in the 1970s and 1980s with her sisters in the rhythm and blues group Pointer Sisters, died Saturday at the age of 74 of cancer, her agent announced. “I am sad to announce that my Grammy-winning client Anita Pointer has passed away after a heroic battle with cancer,” Roger Neal said on Instagram.
  
She died at her home in Los Angeles surrounded by her family, he told CNN. Her loved ones spoke in a statement, “Despite our deep sadness at the loss of Anita, we are comforted to know she is now with her daughter Jada and sisters June and Bonnie, and at peace.”
 
The group, originating from Oakland, California, was originally formed by Anita and her sisters June (deceased in April 2006), Bonnie (deceased in June 2020) and Ruth. They had started singing in the church where their father was a pastor in Oakland.
 
The Pointer Sisters, initially influenced by jazz, be-bop and gospel, released their first album in 1973 and won three Grammy Awards during their career. They were invited to Nashville’s legendary Grand Ole Opry, a first for black artists.
 
Bonnie launched her solo career in 1977, but that didn’t stop her sisters from having more hits in the 1980s.
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Death of Fred White, drummer of the band Earth, Wind & Fire, at the age of 67

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Steph Deschamps / January 3, 2023

The American drummer Fred White, of the funk group Earth, Wind & Fire died at the age of 67, announced Monday his brother and a former member of the musical group.
  
Born in 1955 in Chicago (Illinois, north), White had started playing drums at a young age. During his career, he won six Grammy Awards with the legendary funk band formed in 1969 by his brother, Maurice White, who died in 2016. “Our family is saddened today by the loss of an incredible and talented family member,” wrote another of his brothers, Verdine White, in a post on Instagram, recalling that he had “gold records from the age of 16…!”
  
Earth, Wind & Fire quickly rose to prominence in the 1970s, becoming one of the first to break down racial taboos in pop music, and enjoyed tremendous success in both the white and African-American communities. In 1979, the group was the first African-American band to perform to a sold-out crowd at New York’s prestigious Madison Square Garden.
  
On the band’s official Instagram page, a video was posted of White performing a drum solo at a 1979 concert in Germany accompanied by the message “Rest in Love.” He went on to work with other artists, including soul singer Deniece Williams.
  
White, as a member of Earth, Wind & Fire, was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2000.
The band was known not only for its songs, but also for its high-energy shows, with a strong presence of horns and a kalimba, an African percussion instrument made of metal flakes.
   
Without ever having completely left the scene, the group experienced a resurgence of notoriety after the election of President Barack Obama, who invited them to be among the first artists to perform after he entered the White House in 2009.

 

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