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9ice is the only man that has broken my heart

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Toni Payne has revealed that popular singer 9ice is the only man that has ever had her heart broken.


9ice is the only man that has broken my heart – Toni Payne

In a series of tweets, Payne opened up that she and 9ice are not destined to be together even though they have a child together.


“I’ve only had my heart broken only once… nothing to tell really because I got a wonderful and amazing son out of it and I’d get my heart broken a million times just for him. My disappointment was a blessing in disguise,”

“Well, no one ever prays to be heartbroken but I believe everything worked out for the best. We were not designed for each other and it took maturing and growth to figure that out. No one that is for you will ever put you through what I went through.

“I’m a lover and an avid communicator. I don’t break hearts, they break themselves.”

“There would be less heartbreak if people are just honest with themselves and each other. That thing you are trying to avoid by lying is what usually hurts most. Deception is a hard pill to swallow, especially if you didn’t expect it. Honesty through it all softens the blow,” she tweeted.

In 2010, 9ice and Payne officially parted ways after being married for a year. The relationship produced a son, named, Zion.

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Trump campaign drops Arizona lawsuit requesting review of ballots

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A lawsuit seeking a review of all ballots cast on Election Day in Arizona state of the United States, has been dropped by lawyers for the Trump campaign.

CNN reported that Trump’s lawyers dropped the lawsuit after finding that the margin of victory for the presidential contest in Arizona could not be overcome.

The Trump campaign had filed the lawsuit alleging some voters were confused on Election Day and feared that their ballots were not counted if the vote tabulation machines classified their ballots as overvotes. They were seeking a hand review of any ballots flagged by the machine as overvotes alleging it could result in thousands of votes for President Donald Trump.

A state judge in Maricopa County, home to Phoenix, held a six-hour evidentiary hearing on the case. Kory Langhofer, a lawyer for the Trump campaign wrote;

“Since the close of yesterday’s hearing, the tabulation of votes statewide has rendered unnecessary a judicial ruling as to the presidential electors.”

Lawyers for Maricopa County and Secretary of State filed papers on Friday November 13, noting that the difference in votes between Biden and Trump is 11,414 with 10,315 ballots left to be counted. The county also said there were 191 votes classified as overvotes in the presidential race, a number they said was “consistent” with previous contests. The latest ballot counts “moots” the Trump campaign’s claim.

Langhofer however averred that he did want the judge to rule on their requests to review votes for two down-ballot races, but added that he would only seek a review of vote counts if the number of so-called overvotes exceeded the margin of victory.

Earlier, the judge threw out paper and electronic affidavits the Trump campaign collected from voters after Langhofer acknowledged that some of the forms were “spam” and not legitimate voters.

Judge Daniel Kiley who granted the county’s request to exclude the evidence, told Trump’s attorney;

“Let me just clarify. Your solicitation of witnesses yielded some sworn affidavits that you yourself clearly determined are false and spam, as you phrased it?

“The ones that you couldn’t prove are false you submitted to the court?”

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Pennsylvania Secretary of State says she won’t order a recount

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Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said on Friday, November 13, that based on unofficial returns, she will not order a recount or recanvass of ballots cast in the 2020 election, including in the presidential race.

Donald Trump has refused to concede to President-elect Joe Biden and continues to litigate election results, including in Pennsylvania.

Biden won Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes, AP projected on Nov. 7, pushing him over the 270 electoral vote threshold needed to win the presidency.

Kathy Boockvar said the races for president, state attorney general, auditor general and state treasurer will not face recounts or recanvasses after unofficial returns submitted by the state’s counties showed no statewide candidate lost by less 0.5 percent, the margin at which such recourses would be triggered.

“Based on the unofficial returns submitted by all the counties to the Department of State, Secretary Boockvar has determined that she will not be ordering a recount and recanvass of the election returns in the counties, as no statewide candidate was defeated by one-half of one percent or less of the votes cast,” Pennsylvania’s Department of State said in a release.

“We are extremely grateful to all 67 counties who have been working overtime and putting in an extraordinary effort to count every vote, with so far more than 6.8 million votes having been counted.

“The counties continue to adjudicate and count the approximately 100,000 provisional ballots issued to voters at the polls on Election Day, as well as the more than 28,000 military and overseas ballots that were cast in this election,” Boockvar added.

As of Friday midday, 40,000 of the provisional ballots cast had been counted or partially counted, the department said.

The department added that about 10,000 mail ballots cast on or before Nov. 3 were received by counties between 8 p.m. Nov. 3 and 5 p.m. Nov. 6.

“These ballots are not of a sufficient number to impact the no-recount determination of any of the statewide races,” the department said.

Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh told Axios that the campaign’s “litigation has not run its course in Pennsylvania and we have high confidence in it on Constitutional grounds.”

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