Man Utd ace earns a zero as Salah settles Ronaldo debate in Liverpool rout – Player Ratings

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Man Utd ace earns a zero as Salah settles Ronaldo debate in Liverpool rout – Player Ratings

Mohamed Salah scored a hat-trick to outshine Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford, while a Red Devil earned a score of zero as Liverpool humbled Manchester United 5-0.

Liverpool stunned the home crowd into silence after five minutes when breaking the deadlock through Naby Keita. After Manchester United’s token press was easily played around, Mohamed Salah fed Keita who coolly slotted beyond David de Gea.

One quickly became two when Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw gifted the Reds a second goal. Indecision between the two saw the ball ultimately break to Trent Alexander-Arnold down the right. His fizzed low cross picked out Diogo Jota at the far post who tapped home on the stretch.

United briefly rebounded and fashioned several shooting opportunities, though lacked the clinicality Liverpool were displaying in the final third.

Mohamed Salah bagged his customary goal prior to half-time when showing greater desire than a cluster of United defenders. The Egyptian hared to the near post ahead of several in red before tucking home Keita’s accurate cut-back.

United’s afternoon went from bad to worse when Salah notched his second on the stroke of half time. With 45 minutes remaining, Liverpool were four up at Old Trafford.

Salah then collected his hat-trick minutes after the break after Jordan Henderson produced a defence-splitting pass.

Pogba made a cameo from hell when receiving his marching orders just 15 minutes after his half-time introduction and was one of two United players to earn below a 2/10 in our player ratings.

Naby Keita celebrating with Mohamed Salah against Man Utd 2021

© PA Images Naby Keita celebrating with Mohamed Salah against Man Utd 2021

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David de Gea: Bailed Rashford out when denying Salah after the Egyptian was bizarrely teed up by the United forward. Superb stop at full stretch to tip an Alexander-Arnold piledriver over the bar. Faultless for all of Liverpool’s goals as his defence in front folded on the biggest stage. 5/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka: Poor decision to sprint out of the line for Keita’s opener leaving Lindelof outnumbered. Tried to get his foot in to rouse the crowd but was part of a United defence that looked lost against Liverpool’s movement and energy. 3

Victor Lindelof: Dragged out wide for Liverpool’s first after an unconvincing high press was easily bypassed. Overrun in the first half with Solskjaer’s selection of just two midfielders backfiring.  3

Harry Maguire: Horror moment alongside Shaw helped gift Liverpool their second when indecision surrendered possession in a dangerous area. Sluggish for Salah’s first when caught on his heels. Too easily spun by Firmino for Liverpool’s fourth. Lack of pace was ruthlessly exposed for Salah’s hat-trick goal as things continued to go from bad to worse on an afternoon he’ll not soon forget. 1

Luke Shaw: At fault for Jota’s goal when getting in a tangle with Maguire on the edge of his own box. Got forward well after United settled and rifled a powerful strike agonisingly wide of the far post. Defending, however, remained his biggest concern and unfortunately for United, he did not do it well. Reacted too slowly as Salah raced away from his clutches for the third goal. 3

Scott McTominay: Battled hard but always faced an uphill struggle in the engine room. 4

Fred: Struggled to contain Liverpool’s midfield three with Solskjaer’s selection ensuring he was outnumbered. 4

Mason Greenwood: Looked unsure whether to press or drop deep when Liverpool were in possession down their left. A relative non-factor going forward and replaced by Pogba at the break. 3

Bruno Fernandes: Uncharacteristically wayward with his finishing from a glorious early opportunity when still 0-0. Remained United’s biggest creator-in-chief as Solskjaer’s side clawed their way back into the contest after a miserable opening 15 minutes. Exquisite first-time through ball to set Rashford through on goal, though the energetic forward’s scuffed strike did not trouble Alisson.

Booked for a lunge on Jones immediately after the break and looked as if his frustrations could boil over at any minute. 4

Marcus Rashford: Bizarre 30-yard pass back into his own half that teed up a shooting opportunity for Salah. Never lacked for effort and looked lively in the final third, though it was a day in which his side’s defenders would be the bigger story. 4

Cristiano Ronaldo: Blazed over with his first sight at goal, though did have several tidy touches when linking up play more than in recent weeks. Lost his head after seeing a 1v1 denied by Alisson prior to half time when kicking out three times at Jones, but escaped with just a booking. 4


Paul Pogba (On for Greenwood, 46m): Weak for Salah’s third when allowing Henderson to rob him of possession in the centre circle. Given a straight red after just 14 minutes on the pitch for a horror lunge that saw Keita stretchered off. 0

Diogo Dalot (On for Fernandes, 62m): Helped stem the tide in the final half hour. 5

Edinson Cavani (On for Rashford, 62m): Hit the crossbar with the goal gaping from four yards out. 3

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Alisson Becker: Quick off his line to deny Ronaldo late in the first half. United’s wayward shooting ensured his afternoon was quieter than he might have expected. Pogba’s red card meant his final half hour was played out as barely more than a spectator.  7/10

Trent Alexander-Arnold: Trademark superb delivery for Jota’s goal. A constant threat when raiding down the right and rarely put a foot wrong in his own half. Almost scored with a fierce piledriver that produced a world-class stop from De Gea. 8

Ibrahima Konate: A surprise selection with Joel Matip left on the bench, perhaps with Ronaldo’s aerial prowess in mind. Couple of nervy moments on the ground early but got his head to everything in the air. 7

Virgil van Dijk: Marshalled the troops well and rarely looked under duress. One of his more comfortable afternoons at Old Trafford. 7

Andy Robertson: Bombed forward with his usual tenacity. Regularly left Greenwood in his wake as the United forward struggled with whether to stick or twist. 8

Naby Keita: Calm and composed finish to make it 1-0 when breaking forward from midfield. Alert to pounce on Maguire and Shaw’s indecision to kickstart the move for Jota’s goal. Continued his stellar first-half display when teeing up Salah to slot past De Gea for the third. Had a superb afternoon cruelly ended when stretchered off after a shocking Pogba lunge. 9

Jordan Henderson: Captain’s display in the middle of the park. Constantly pointing and barking orders as he dictated the play with his mouth and gestures as much as his feet. Robbed Pogba of possession after the break before producing a divine pass to tee up Salah’s hat-trick goal. 8

James Milner: Would’ve scored if Jota wasn’t around after queueing up behind the Portuguese for Liverpool’s second goal. Replaced by Curtis Jones in the 27th minute after picking up an injury. 6

Mohamed Salah: Superb weight of pass to tee up Keita for the opener when he could’ve been so easily tempted to go alone in current form. Pounded the turf in frustration after being denied by De Gea in a chance that could’ve put the game to bed after half an hour. 

Got his customary goal prior to half time when reacting quicker than United’s defenders to waltz in at the front post and tuck Keita’s cut-back away. Fine finish for his second on the stroke of half-time when squeezing the ball inside the near post with a first-time finish and quickly bagged his hat-trick after the interval.

Debate has raged recently as to whether Salah or Ronaldo is currently the world’s best player. On today’s evidence, the answer to that question is clear. 10 (Man of the match)

Roberto Firmino: Superb interplay for Salah’s first goal with neat one-two’s in tight areas. A constant menace with clever movement that dragged United’s centre-halves this way and that. 8

Diogo Jota: Right place at the right time ghosting in unmarked as all good forwards should strive to do for Liverpool’s second. Registered an assist for Salah’s second. 8


Curtis Jones (on for Milner, 27m): Lively in possession and never shirked away from receiving the ball in dangeroous areas. Got under the skin of both Ronaldo and Fernandes with the United pair lucky to escape red cards in incidents with the midfielder. 7

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (On for Keita, 64m): 6

Sadio Mane (On for Firmino 76m): N/A 

Reference: Team: Steve Pearson 

David Beckham warned over damage to reputation after £150m deal to promote Qatar

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David Beckham warned over damage to reputation after £150m deal to promote Qatar

David Beckham has been warned by the branding industry that his lucrative role with Qatar will tarnish his status as one of the most marketable athletes in history. 

The former England captain had already defended himself from criticism by human rights groups over his World Cup ambassadorial role, which is said to be worth £15 million a year. 

Now branding experts have questioned the wisdom of the deal, saying the huge sums could be offset by other commercial ventures potentially declining in value as a result. His deal with Qatar comes after a year in which “David Beckham Ventures Limited”, the brand management firm owned with his wife, fell £3.5 million to £11.3 million in 2019. A further decline in profits had appeared highly likely due to Covid-19. 

“From Beckham’s perspective, I would be very surprised if he would have leapt at the opportunity to act as Qatar’s ambassador were it not for the outrageous sum that is being offered to him,” said Marcel Knobil, founder of Superbrands and the Brand Council consultancy. 

“As good as this is for Qatar, it’s equally as bad for Beckham, who is a magnificent figure to use to try and eclipse the negative perceptions that the country has earned.”

Beckham was part of the consortium that finalised a buyout at Inter Miami this summer. Meanwhile, Victoria Beckham Holdings, which manages the former Spice Girl’s fashion label, suffered losses of £16.6 million during 2019. However, Conrad Wiacek, head of sport analysis at analytics firm GlobalData, warned “Brand Beckham” is potentially “under threat” as a result of his association with a Middle East nation criticised by LGBT+ and workers’ rights groups. 

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© SHUTTERSTOCK David Beckham with PSG chairman Nasser al-Khelaifi (left) - SHUTTERSTOCK

“While it can be argued that Beckham’s involvement will shed light on some of the perceived injustices, brands may look to distance themselves from any hint of controversy,” Wiacek said in a statement. 

Sources close to the former player – who has been a Unicef goodwill ambassador since 2005 – insisted he was working with the nation because he believes in the “power of football to inspire positive change”. 

Beckham has had close ties with key figures in Qatar since playing at Paris St-Germain. Earlier this month, he flew into the capital Doha for a week touring ­stadiums and meeting dignitaries ahead of next year’s tournament.

David Beckham forced to defend himself over signing £150m deal to promote Qatar

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David Beckham has defended himself from criticism by human rights groups over his lucrative ambassadorial role with the Qatar World Cup.

The former England captain came under attack from both LGBT+ and workers' rights campaigners after it was claimed he is making £15 million a year working with the nation.

"His decision to act as an ambassador for a homophobic regime like Qatar is a big blow," campaigner Peter Tatchell told Telegraph Sport, adding that Beckham had previously "supported our battle for equality when many others did not".

The End Sportswashing campaign group also reacted with dismay, saying Beckham should instead be "using his position to draw attention to Qatar's human rights record and treatment of it's migrant workers".

However, sources close to the former player - who has been a Unicef goodwill ambassador since 2005 - insisted he was working with the nation because he believes in the "power of football to inspire positive change".

Homosexuality remains illegal in Qatar, but organisers have been at pains to assure potential travellers that application of the law has become progressively more liberal.

Insiders said Beckham had also received assurances that fans will not be discriminated against when they travel to the tournament in a year's time. "Of course David wanted to ensure that he was informed about the facts and any concerns that he might have for his gay friends, football supporters and fans," one source close to Beckham told Telegraph Sport. "Some of the laws and beliefs in the region differ to his own but the Qataris have always said that everyone will be safe and welcome at the World Cup in 2022 and he believes that commitment is sincere and has seen evidence of proactive engagement with the international LBGTQ community by the World Cup organisers."

Beckham has had close ties with key figures in Qatar since his time playing at Paris St-Germain. Earlier this month, he flew into the capital Doha for a week touring ­stadiums and meeting dignitaries ahead of next year’s tournament.

"As the first tournament of its kind in the Muslim world, this World Cup will be so important to the region and its people and that’s about the power of football to inspire positive change," the source added.  

The exact value of Beckham's deal with Qatar over the coming years is undisclosed but The Sun on Sunday newspaper estimated Beckham could eventually earn £150m over the next decade. However, Tatchell, also assessing Qatar's record on women's rights as well as workers, said the deal was "both surprising and distressing", given he is as "an icon for many LGBT+ people".

In August, Amnesty International had called on England players to take a leading role in pushing Fifa and Qatar to improve the rights of migrant workers. "As well as punishing homosexuality with imprisonment, Qatar also runs secret gay conversion programmes that seek to turn LGBT+ people straight," Tatchell added. "In addition, the regime treats women as second-class citizens. It requires them to get the permission of a male guardian to study, marry and travel. Migrant workers are housed in poor conditions, subject to onerous employment contacts and more than 6,500 have died since Qatar was granted the right to host the 2022 World Cup. David seems to be putting a money-making deal before human rights. This is damaging the Beckham brand. I hope he will think again."

Beckham is understood to have been told Qatar has previously acknowledged the need for improvements on labour rights, and it has made improvements. A spokeswoman for the former midfielder said. “David has been visiting Qatar regularly for over a decade and went on to play for PSG so he has seen the passion for football in the country and the long-term commitment that’s been made to hosting this World Cup and delivering a lasting legacy for the region. He’s always talked about the power of football as a force for good. As we reach the one-year-to-go point, he joins the wider football community that is coming together for the World Cup 2022 and he’s looking forward to what he thinks will be a great tournament.”

Sacha Deshmukh, Amnesty International UK’s CEO, said later in a statement: “It’s not surprising that David Beckham wants to be involved in such a major football event, but we would urge him to learn about the deeply concerning human rights situation in Qatar and be prepared to speak out about it.

“Qatar’s human rights record is troubling - from the country’s longstanding mistreatment of migrant workers, to its curbs on free speech and the criminalisation of same-sex relations.

“Qatar’s mistreatment of migrant workers - the people whose hard work is making the World Cup possible - is especially disturbing.

“Despite some welcome reforms, migrant workers are still being left unpaid, and the authorities have failed to investigate thousands of deaths in the past decade despite evidence of links between premature deaths and unsafe, searingly-hot working conditions.” 

Reference: Telegraph: Tom Morgan 

Chart-topping Swedish rapper Einar is shot dead in Stockholm

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Chart-topping Swedish rapper Einar is shot dead in Stockholm

A young Swedish rapper who had a number of chart-topping hits in the country was murdered on Thursday night on the streets of Stockholm.

Reports said 19-year-old Einar, whose real name was Nils Kurt Erik Einar Grönberg, was shot in the head and chest in the port of Hammarby Sjöstad.

It comes three months after rival rapper Yasin was jailed for 10 months for masterminding a foiled plot to kindap Einar, who was then tied up and beaten in a flat weeks later in an attack involving another Swedish rapper Haval Khalil. 

Officers were alerted to a shooting at 10:50 pm last night, officials said, but paramedics were unable to save the victim, and he died at the scene.

According to local media, two suspects were seen fleeing the scene, with reports saying Einar was in the company of two other artists when he was murdered. 

In line with usual practice, police have not yet confirmed the identity of the victim. But Sweden's main media outlets all identified him as rapper Einar, whose full name is Nils Kurt Erik Einar Gronberg.

Police have opened a murder investigation. 'We are actively working to figure out why it happened and who can be behind it,' Police spokeswoman Towe Hagg said.

Einar had reportedly been living under death threats for a long time and his identity was being protected. 

Many of Einar's songs reference a life of crime, including drugs and weapons. He had public feuds with rival artist Yasin, who in July was jailed for 10 months for his role in a planned kidnapping of Einar in 2020.

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The plan was ultimately aborted, but Einar was abducted several weeks later without Yasin's involvement.

He was beaten, robbed, photographed in humiliating conditions and blackmailed, according to prosecutors.

The kidnapping was part of a broader case involving 30 suspects in a criminal network accused of a variety of crimes.

Among the suspects was another rapper, Haval Khalil, who was sentenced in July to two-and-a-half years in prison for complicity in the kidnapping and who has also had public spats with Einar.

The verdict was appealed and the case is currently being heard by the Svea Court of Appeal, which is expected to go on until December.

According to public broadcaster Sveriges Radio, Einar had been summoned to testify in the ongoing trial next week.

Einar had also been called to testify in the original district court trial, but never showed up.

Daily Aftonbladet reported Friday that Einar was living with a 'price on his head' after a series of threats against him which had escalated recently.

He himself was one of several suspects arrested for a stabbing at a restaurant in central Stockholm earlier this month. 

Thursday's shooting is suspected to be linked to gang conflicts in the city - an issue that has been growing over the past decade.

The son of Swedish actress Lena Nilsson, Einar grew up in southern Stockholm and often referred to the criminal scene in the area in his work.

He started his career posting songs to social media, and broke through in 2019 releasing 'Katten i trakten' (The cat in the area), which hit number one on Sweden's singles chart.

Two out of his four albums reached number one in the country's national record charts. His other two both made it to number two.

He has over a million listeners on the Swedish streaming platform Spotify and has won the Grammis Award, the country's equivalent of the Grammy Awards. 

Police said that his family had been told of Einar's death. 

As of 6:00 am on Friday, no one had been arrested in connection with the murder, police said, with an investigation currently on-going.

Officers had set up a crime scene around the rapper's home, with pictures from the house showing a forensic tent outside the front door and numbered cones on the ground marking potential evidence.

Carina Skagerlind, a spokeswoman for Stockholm police, said a number of people have been brought in for questioning, but said it was not necessarily because they were suspects, but 'because they may have things to say'.

Police spokesman Ola Österling said overnight police had investigated the area using weapon-seeking dogs, and dogs that specialise in finding DNA evidence.

'We continue to secure clues and technical evidence with our forensic technicians,' he said. 'Several samples will be sent for analysis and are being analysed right now.'

Österling added that forensic investigators had made findings at the crime scene that 'may provide valuable in the future', but did not comment on their nature.

He said that investigators were working on the basis that there was more than one person involved in the murder, and that they had received several pieces of information about the suspects.

The spokesman also suggested the murder may have been captured of CCTV.

'It is a young life that has been lost, and I understand that he meant a lot to many young people. It's tragic that another life has been lost,' Prime Minister Stefan Lofven on Friday told news agency TT. 

'It is terrible,' Minister of the Interior Mikael Damberg said in a written statement Swedish news website Expressen. 'A young person has been brutally murdered. My thoughts are with the family and all the people who feel great sadness today. 

'Now the police's murder hunt is in full swing,' he added.

Minister for Gender Equality and Housing Märta Stenevi wrote on Twitter that 'violence must be stopped'.

'Another young man has fallen victim to the deadly violence. Behind every headline is a family that has lost a child. I am thinking today of all those who have lost a relative,' she said.

Fans and friends expressed their grief on Einar's social media.

'Einar was a real brother to me and I will miss him so much. We just released our first record last week and it feels so strange since I spoke to him just a day ago,' producer Trobi wrote on Instagram.

Another lesser-known Swedish rapper, 23-year-old Rozh Shamal, was also killed in a 2019 gangland shooting.

Sweden has in recent years struggled to rein in rising shootings and bombings - usually settlings of scores by gangs and organised crime involved in drug trafficking.

'It is a young life that has been lost, and I understand that he meant a lot to many young people. It's tragic that another life has been lost,' Prime Minister Stefan Lofven on Friday told news agency TT.

As of October 15, 273 shootings had been recorded with 40 people dead so far in 2021, according to police statistics.

During 2020, 47 people were killed in 366 shootings in the country of 10.3 million inhabitants.   

Reference: Chris Jewers For Mailonline 

Pundit calls for Solskjaer sack; Man Utd told every player failed in key area

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Pundit calls for Solskjaer sack; Man Utd told every player failed in key area

One pundit insisted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer “has to go”, while former Manchester United striker Dion Dublin claimed each player failed a key test in their 5-0 humbling against Liverpool.

Manchester United fell to their biggest ever defeat to Liverpool at Old Trafford. United looked unsure as to whether to press or drop deep, and their indecision allowed Liverpool’s forwards

One pundit insisted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer “has to go”, while former Manchester United striker Dion Dublin claimed each player failed a key test in their 5-0 humbling against Liverpool.

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Manchester United fell to their biggest ever defeat to Liverpool at Old Trafford. United looked unsure as to whether to press or drop deep, and their indecision allowed Liverpool’s forwards to thrive.

The Reds went two up inside fifteen minutes and never looked back, emerging with a heavy 5-0 victory.

United have flattered to deceive in the current campaign, often being bailed out with late winners.

After another heroic comeback midweek against Atalanta, club legend Paul Scholes warned United they were in for a shock if they produced a similar level of performance against Liverpool.

Scholes was proved right despite coming in for criticism on the night, and the focus will now shift back to Solskjaer’s position as manager of United.

In the aftermath, pundit Chris Sutton insisted Solskjaer’s time at the helm should now be up.

Speaking on BBC Radio Five Live, Sutton said: “We’ve stuck up for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but he’s been there for almost three years now.

“And with the signings at the start of the season you were thinking they have to challenge for the title, but I really don’t see any other way. He has to go, surely?”

Five Live’s John Murray also weighed in on the mounting pressure on Solskjaer. And while he stopped short of calling for Solskjaer’s head, he did insist United’s hierarchy must hold a conversation regarding Solskjaer’s suitability for the role.

“The debate will absolutely rage over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer,” said Murray. “The club have been adamant for some time that their support of him is rock solid but this will test that.

“This result will simply have to provoke a conversation at the top of this club about whether Solskjaer is the right man for what they want to do.”

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No Man Utd players took responsibility – Dublin

Former United striker Dion Dublin chose to reflect on the players’ performances rather than Solskjaer’s position.

Dublin insisted legends of the club like Bryan Robson and Roy Keane would have “taken responsibility” for the pummelling United were receiving mid-match and do all they could to prevent the score line from getting out of hand. In Dublin’s eyes, none of United’s stars on the pitch today assumed that mantle.

“I hate talking about my era because I was only here for a short while but I’ve seen players, when things weren’t going right, putting it right on the pitch,” said Dublin.

“Players like Bryan Robson, Roy Keane and Paul Ince, they would take responsibility at 2-0 and 3-0.

“You are getting a doing and getting taken to the cleaners, but do something about it on the pitch. I didn’t see anything like that today from anyone in a red shirt.”

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Jessie J splits from Max Pham Nguyen

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Jessie J splits from Max Pham Nguyen

Jessie J has revealed that her romance with Max Pham Nguyen is over.

The 33-year-old singer started the relationship with Max earlier this year following her split from actor Channing Tatum but has confirmed to fans that the pair are now "just friends".

In an Instagram Q&A with fans, Jessie was asked what her relationship status is and answered: "Open, happy and loving myself."

The 'Price Tag' hitmaker added: "Max and I have been just friends for a while now."

Jessie added that "nothing dramatic happened" and pleaded with fans not to "over react".

She said: "He is an amazing man. We both have so much respect and love for each other. It just wasn’t right romantically. So we decided just friends it is (sic)"

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Jessie explained that the "only reason" she is willing to talk about the split is because "it becomes weird and a little difficult when people live in your past".

She said: "I hate how much of a big deal other people can make your personal breakups.

"We are both happy, living and loving our lives."

Meanwhile, Jessie previously vowed that she would become a mother one day as she discussed her own fertility struggles.

Taking to Instagram, she shared: "Mothers who have 1 child ... Mothers who have 10+ children ... Mothers who have adopted ... Mothers who have fostered ... Mothers who haven't yet but want to one day ... Mothers who know they can but are struggling ... Mothers freezing eggs for when the time is right ... Mothers doing endless rounds of IVF ... Mothers who are younger ... Mothers who are older ...

Mothers who are still trying ... Mothers who are expecting ... Mothers who have just become a mother ... Mothers who have lost ... Whoever and wherever you are ... You are so POWERFUL! Never forget your strength and the love that lives within you. My heart, my love and positive healing calm energy is being sent to YOU right now. Women are INCREDIBLE! I love you ALL ... This is me when I was a baby. One day. I will be a mother (sic)"

Reference: Bang Showbiz 

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