And tells haters where to go
Ronan Keating has removed a post on social media after several online users said it was misleading.
He posted a photo of about two dozen ships anchored off the coast in Singapore. The caption said that the traffic was related to the global coronavirus outbreak .
But ships at sea off the world's second-busiest port are a common sight, and officials tweeted: 'To date, no cargo vessel has been turned away due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We have taken enhanced precautions while ships continue to berth at our port.
They added: Staff are working "round the clock" to ensure the port stays open, the post said, adding: "#WeCouldntSayNothingAtAll.'
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I recently posted this pic after being told by a local in Singapore that the reason they were all parked up was due to the Virus. I have been recently informed that this is not true and that this is how the harbour always looks. I apologise if I offended anyone in my post you all know I would never purposefully do that. To all you haters out there, get on with your short life. I went to Singapore and did a gig when others were cancelling and the same in Jakarta. I feel very blessed to be able to do what I do. Peace and love to all and wash your hands 😘
Bob Geldof says rock and roll is dead – and he says modern pop acts are dull and inoffensive. He said this at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival last night, ahead of tomorrow night’s screening of a new documentary about the Boomtown Rats tomorrow night on RTE1 at 10.15pm.
Laura Dern’s goldfish died. I know, huge.
But in fairness... it was FOURTEEN YEARS OLD!
In the wild they can live for up to 25 years, but as pets their lifespan is usually much less.
So Laura Dern celebrated the long life of her goldfish, as he passed away after almost 15 years in her care.