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Cardi B Reveals She’s Pregnant At The 2021 BET Awards Performance With Migos

Cardi B was among the performers at the 2021 BET Awards tonight. When she came out to join Migos for a performance of their  Culture III  song “Type Shit,” Cardi revealed a baby bump. She confirmed that she’s pregnant with her second child with Offset in an Instagram post, see photo below. Prior to Cardi’s reveal, Migos began the performance in gas masks on a fiery set for a performance of “Straightenin.” This marks the second time Cardi has announced a pregnancy on national television. In 2018, she unveiled her baby bump during a performance of “Be Careful” on  Saturday Night Live .

Brisbane Announced As 2032 Olympics Host

Australian city, Brisbane has been announced as the next host of the 2032 Olympics. The announcement comes after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) endorsed its unopposed bid for the Games. "This unanimous decision by the Executive Board is a credit to the years of work carried out by Brisbane 2032, the Australian Olympic Committee, and their partners, to test every aspect of the project," the IOC said in a statement. Speaking in Geneva, Switzerland, IOC President Thomas Bach said Brisbane's track record in hosting large sporting competitions and broad political and public support for the event made the city's bid "irresistible." "The future of the Games is bright," Bach said. The 2032 decision will be handed down by a committee of 100 IOC delegates on July 21, two days ahead of the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony. Australia has hosted the Olympic games twice previously, Once at Melbourne 1956 and secondly at Sydney 2000.

Regular And Strenous Exercises Increases Risk Of Motor Neurone Disease

Regular and strenuous exercise increases the risk of motor neurone disease in people who are genetically vulnerable, scientists have said after a new study. Scientists from the University of Sheffield who carried out the study, advised people not to stop exercising but said they hope the findings could lead to ways of screening people who may be at higher risk and give tailored advice The study added that around one in 300 people will develop motor neurone disease. Motor Neurone Diseases (MND) is a disease that affects people's ability to move, talk and even breathe as the motor neurones that carry messages from the brain to the muscles fail.  The disease shortens people's lifespan. The disease is gotten due to a combination of genetics and environmental factors that build up over a lifetime, but scientists now say there's a connection between exercise and the disease, but whether it was a genuine "cause" or just a "coincidence" is the source