Rihanna opens hub for TikTok creators 

Rihanna announced the news this week at a Los Angeles launch event for her latest product. (Getty)
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Updated 09 March 2020

Rihanna opens hub for TikTok creators 

  • The Fenty Beauty TikTok house hosts content creators who film TikTok videos using Fenty Beauty products

DUBAI: US superstar and entrepreneur Rihanna is always a step ahead. Her makeup brand, Fenty Beauty, now operates a house where content creators come together to film TikTok videos using Fenty Beauty products.


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Ayyyy we got @savpalacio as our first ever ##FENTYBEAUTYHOUSE member too!! Let’s goooo

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Rihanna announced the news this week at a Los Angeles launch event for her latest product. “I just wanted to create a platform for the next wave of content creators,” she said at the party. “I think our generation is the sickest, the illest, the most creative. I can’t do it alone, so to join in with the people who are influencing the world and my community and my generation, this is like a hub.”


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When @priscillaono comes thru to the ##FENTYBEAUTYHOUSE and our housemates had to flip the switch

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The Fenty Beauty TikTok house has already hosted several creators including Makayla, Emmy Combs, and Savannah Palacio — famous for their beauty-related content on the social app — who have already started shooting videos and posting content online.    


What We Are Playing Today: Tomb Raider

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Updated 15 August 2020

What We Are Playing Today: Tomb Raider

  • After “Tomb Raider,” Square Enix released two other games for the series on PlayStation 4: “The Rise of The Tomb Raider” and “Shadow of The Tomb Raider”

Tomb Raider games have been around for almost 20 years, making them special for most gamers and garnering a legion of devotees. However, fans of the series might have been forgiven for forgetting about them somewhat, at least until a new set were released for the PlayStation 4, the first coming in 2013.
The game has always portrayed an independent, strong woman, the all-action Lara Croft, whose hunger for exploring was never quenchable, and who would fight people, animals, and magical creatures in equal measure.
However, in the first game released for the PlayStation 4, “Tomb Raider,” we saw the origins of Croft. In her very first adventure, her ship crashes onto the shore of an island, and there she travels to uncover the haunting secrets hidden beyond.
After “Tomb Raider,” Square Enix released two other games for the series on PlayStation 4: “The Rise of The Tomb Raider” and “Shadow of The Tomb Raider.” The first two received rave reviews, portraying the conplex shifts in Croft’s character deftly alongside an ever increasing array of skills.
However, the third game in the trilogy, whilst promising much, seemed like more of the same. Nothing new was added, it seemed like more of an elongated side mission from one of the previous games than a game in itself.