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Homecoming Celebration For the Detroit Youth Choir, TODAY!

WDIV Local 4 in partnership with the city of Detroit and the Downtown Detroit Partnership will welcome the Detroit Youth Choir back home today at 4pm in Campus Martius Park where Mayor Duggan will present the group with the key to the city!

The celebration will honor the 52 students, music director Anthony White, and the Detroit Youth Choir community…

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The DYC, who took 2nd place in the “America’s Got Talent” finale this past Wednesday, left AGT judges in awe and an entire country inspired with their amazing performances!

The choir is part of the nonprofit Detroit Youth Concert Choir & Performing Arts Company, which helps young people ages 8 to 18, discover and perform music, theatre and dance.

The city of Detroit proudly welcomes home the kids who represented the hard working, never give up spirit of their home city to an entire country!

The celebration begins at 4pm today and will be open and free to the public!

Will YOU be there to welcome the DYC home to DETROIT?

A Storm Is Coming…To Area 51!

The Facebook event, Storm Area 51 – They Can’t Stop All of Us, will take place today in Nevada between 3 a.m. and 6 a.m. local time at Area 51, a United States Air Force (USAF) facility within the Nevada Test and Training Range, to raid the site in search for extraterrestrial life.

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Over two million people have RSVP’d to the event that was created by Matty Roberts. He confirmed it was a joke and does not want to claim responsibility for any casualties if people actually attempt to raid the military base.

He posted the event on June 27, 2019.

The Air Force is warning people not to trespass on Area 51 or any nearby testing and training grounds.

The FBI is also monitoring the event.

Exhibit A of why aliens WON’T  visit us…

Many people believe Area 51 is where the government houses aliens and UFOs.

Kanye West Rules As ‘Cash King’ of Hip Hop

According to Forbes, Kanye West is the highest paid hip hop artist of 2019, taking the spot away from his professional rival and “big brother”, Jay-Z.

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West reportedly earned $150 million between June 2018 and June 2019, putting him over Jay-Z’s $81 million – which doesn’t exactly reserve Jay a spot in the poor house, but pales in comparison to West’s earnings, nonetheless.

Kanye’s shoe deal with ADIDAS helped propel the rapper from the number 10 spot he held in 2018 to number 1 for 2019, overtaking Jay-Z who held the number 1 spot that year.