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From website of a high-profile law firm hacked to Bryan Adams apology, here are the top stories of the day.
The official website of an A-list law firm, which has several celebrity clients has been hacked
Meanwhile, due to COVID-19, New York's beloved Broadway theatres will not reopen until at least early September.
Here are the top 5 stories of the day:
Broadway to stay closed until at least September
While the Broadway League did not set a date for performances to resume, they said refunds and ticket exchanges now are offered for performances through September 6. Read more
Bryan Adams apologises for his anti-China racist post
A day after his racist anti-China post created a stir on social media, Canadian rocker Bryan Adams on Tuesday issued an apology. Read more
Ricky Gervais opens up to Trevor Noah on pandemic, Netflix show 'After Life'
It was a fine episode with Trevor Noah and Ricky Gervais on The Daily Social Distancing Show, during which the comedian discussed his Netflix series ‘After Life’, dealing with coronavirus and his love and appreciation for the medical professionals who are working tirelessly. Read more.
Tekashi 6ix9ine’s hefty donation of $200,000 gets rejected by a charity organisation
Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine may have wanted to do a good deed by donating $200, 000 the nonprofit charity No Kid Hungry, but his gesture has been turned down by the organisation owing to his past records. Read more
Website of a high-profile law firm hacked, clients include celebrities like Lady Gaga, Priyanka Chopra
The official website of an A-list law firm, which has several celebrity clients like Lady Gaga, Robert DeNiro, Elton John and others, has been hacked. Read more