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Beyoncé was the Most Searched Person of 2013 onBing.
The search engine announced its annual rankings of the top searches for “people, events, news, memes and more that made this year memorable.”
According to Bing, Beyonce knocked last year’s champion, Kim Kardashian, from the top spot and into second place.
Three female music stars - Rihanna (#3), Taylor Swift(#4) and Madonna (#5) - omplete the Top 5.
Justin Bieber was the sixth-most searched person, followed by Nicki Minaj (#7) and troubled actressAmanda Bynes (#8).
The ninth spot goes to twerker-in-chief Miley Cyrus, with commander-in-chief Barack Obama at #10.
Check out three of Bing’s lists for 2013 below!
Read more: http://www.1055thebeat.com/articles/trending-104655/beyonce-most-searched-person-for-2013-11872393/#ixzz2mLcdOMhY
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J. Cole is firing back at Kendrick Lamar for his verse on Big Sean's song "Control."
On Justin Timberlake's "Black Friday Remix" for his single "TKO," Cole kicks things off by comparing Kendrick's "Control" verse to a phone's ringtone and even calls the firestorm of news coverage surrounding his verse "hype." In line with the song's title, Cole also threatens to knock Kendrick out if he tries to play him for a fool.
Justin's remix to "TKO" also features rappers A$AP Rocky and Pusha T. The emcees take over the song's main verses, while JT lends his voice to the song's hook.
Check it out below! (*Warning: Explicit language)
NEWSER) – An unconventional method for cleaning up the streets of Amsterdam has some scratching their heads. A local foundation is paying citizens to clean up the streets—paying them in beer and sometimes cigarettes, that is. Apparently, the alcoholics in a local park were causing disturbances by fighting, being loud, and yelling at women, so the group behind the offbeat program, the Rainbow Foundation, decided to put them to work. The group of addicts starts work at 9am with two beers; they get a lunch break that comes with a hot meal and two more beers, and then work until the day ends at 3:30 with one last beer and 10 euros (about $13.50). The beers and money are courtesy of government funding. The Foundation contends that this program is great for the city and the alcoholics, saying it gives structure to their lives and keeps them busy—which in turn means they drink less. Newsy reports:
Read more & check out the video: http://www.1055thebeat.com/articles/wtf-news-471312/alcoholics-paid-in-beer-to-clean-11845238/#ixzz2mGZ2Tx00