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Kevin Hart and wife Eniko Hart share first photo of their newborn daughter

American comedian/actor, Kevin Hart and his wife Eniko Hart have shared first photo of their newborn daughter, Kaori Mai Hart.

Proud mother, Eniko took to Instagram on Monday to share an adorable photo of herself holding her newborn baby and then wrote in her caption: “When your heart literally lives outside of your body all over again. Ori my girl you are everything I could’ve ever imagined plus more.

In another image she posted, all Kevin's kids were seen posing together at home with Hendrix holding his little sister in his arms.  Kevin and Eniko Hart welcomed their daughter on Tuesday, September 29, 2020.

The new addition is Kevin's fourth child as he already has a 2-year-old son with Eniko and shares daughter Heaven, 15, and son Hendrix, 12, with his ex-wife, Torrei Hart.

Covid-19: Barcelona announce €97m losses and €200m decrease in revenue

Barcelona football club of Spain has announced financial losses of €97 million(£88m/$114m) for the 2019-20 economic year, blaming the Covid-19 pandemic for a €203m (£184m/$239m) decrease in revenue.
Barca finished the year with revenue of €855m (£775m/$1bn), which they said could have been a record-breaking €1 billion (£950m/$1.25bn)  if there was no Covid-19 outbreak.

According to the club, it decreased their expenses by €74m (£67m/$87m) but still suffered significant losses, although the extension of the season beyond June 30 meant profit and loss items from the end of the season were transferred to the 2020-21 financial year.A club statement released Monday October 5, reads: “FC Barcelona has not been immune to the outbreak of Covid-19, but its consequences have had a massive effect on the entire sports industry.

“There has been widespread loss of revenue among all clubs in all the major leagues due to the restrictions that had to be applied to curb the spread of the disease, includi…

Chadwick Boseman's brothers open up about the actor's last days and their last conversation with him

Chadwick Boseman's brothers, Kevin and Derrick are opening up about his final days one month after his tragic passing.

The actor died at the age of 43 from colon cancer, which he was diagnosed with in 2016.

Kevin Boseman, 48, and Derrick Boseman, 54, opened up to the New York Times about their brother's last day, revealing that he was ready to go after a four-year battle with cancer.

Derrick, a pastor who now lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, said Chadwick told him the day before he died that he was ready to go. Chadwick told his brother, "Man, I'm in the fourth quarter, and I need you to get me out of the game."
Pastor Boseman said: "When he told me that, I changed my prayer from, 'God heal him, God save him,' to 'God, let your will be done'."

"And the next day he passed away," the pastor added of his brother's death on August 29. "I have been trying to remember Chad and not Chadwick," Kevin Boseman said. "And ther…

Bright Philip Donkor writes: A healthy breast is a nation booster

Life garnishes our time on earth with amazing people and women are undeniably no exception. Women are the real architects of society. They collaborate in efforts with men to nurture and groom children. A woman after going through the average period of nine months and even in some cases more produces an offspring, becomes a mother and plays the role of a friend and a wife. The complications helter skelter are better experienced than imagined.
Call it womanhood and reproduction but put premium on the value that women especially mothers have towards their children. For a baby, the mother is just like a rare breed of sweet wine whose taste still lingers in the mouth and still makes the taste buds wanting more. Women are major stakeholders in the growing process of a child and that makes them indispensable.

I can wholeheartedly confess that the breast was instrumental in my upbringing. Its absence could be likened to depriving me the oxygen I needed to exist; uncontrollable cries until I'…