#publicitystunt

  1. Nightclub cancels meet and greet with Baby Reindeer's real-life Martha after huge backlash

    By Zara Woodcock The nightclub which hired the self-identified real-life Martha from Baby Reindeer to appear at the venue has cancelled the meet and greet. It was recently announced by Kasbah Nightclub in Coventry that the woman claiming to be the inspiration for the fictional char
  2. Tyson Fury 'wants Oleksandr Usyk fight called off' as footage of boxing star on crutches sparks fan alarm

    By Jack Otway Boxing fans believe Tyson Fury wants his fight with Oleksandr Usyk called off after the 35-year-old was seen using crutches on Monday. The Gypsy King is currently preparing for his return to action, having edged Francis Ngannou during his last bout back in October. Vie
  3. Internet accuses Marjorie Taylor Greene of 'attention-seeking' as Nancy Mace lashes out at her for pushing Mike Johnson ouster vote

    By Tamkeenat Rose LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: In a recent appearance on Newsmax , South Carolina Republican Representative Nancy Mace voiced her confusion regarding Marjorie Taylor Greene's push to bring a motion to vacate the House speaker seat to the floor this week. Expressing her s
  4. Rapper fakes death and stages an elaborate funeral 'to find out who really cares'

    By Cecilia Adamou A Malaysian rapper by the stage name Namewee faked his own death, even inviting his parents to his own funeral, as part of an April Fool's marketing stunt. The 40-year-old music artist, real name Wee Meng Chee, began the trick by uploading a black and white image
  5. See how actress Eniola Ajao broke down in tears as she begged Nigerians to forgive her for Bobrisky stunt (video)

    By Taiwo Owolawi Nollywood actress Eniola Ajao has taken to social media to plead with Nigerians to support her new movie The film star, who broke down in tears on TikTok Live, explained that she used all her properties to fund the movie project Eniola disclosed that the award given
  6. Disco Inferno in Chicago #OnThisDay in 1979, it was "Disco Demolition Night" at Comiskey Park in Chicago, where the White Sox and Detroit Tigers were playing a double-header. The plan was to blow up (literally) a bunch of disco albums between games, but it went horribly wrong. The