Jens Kanngiesser’s many lies

The criminal, Jens Kanngiesser has been deeming reports in-appropriate on But fans have written to HelloPeter team will EVIDENCE of his transaction with Hamit Eguz.

Jens, if you’re reading this, you’re only making more problems for yourself ’cause a lawyer has finally been hired and has promised that this July you’re going to jail.

Jens is a liar. His reverbnation store is fake. Anybody who buys anything from his store gets cheated. Jens has cheated a total of 23 people of $2,330. Jens keeps the money to himself and never delivers the fake songs. Keep reporting him on HelloPeter and everywhere else.

Let’s unite and get rid of this very dangerous criminal. Report his twitter account @drkmusik

Beware of Jens Kanngiesser: what you need to know



Last year we watched in horror as ex-convict (He still cheats people) Jens Kanngiesser faked his own death to escape his numerous crimes. His story was carried on many blogs. He tried to make a come-back under the name of “Mark Gendersens” but German police was smarter. These are a few of his links:

He tweets here: @drkmusik

His naked pictures were also leaked online after it was alleged he rapes under-age girls. He is also a known womanizer and has a phobia to settle in marriage. As of noon a few twitterers are furious that Jens is back. And have been tweeting with the hashtag #jailjenskanngiesser and #drkisfake

Warn your friends about him. He is not a musician. He is a criminal. Do NOT buy anything from him. He will only dupe you. We can see how unprofessional all his covers look and his bad English as well. Why this man insists on being in the public eye is quite baffling; he’s threatened people who’ve refused to buy his fake CDs, he just needs to be off the Internet ’cause he will never make a living selling fake music/ Report his accounts now and write to, myspace, facebook, twitter,etc and let them know they need to keep their websites crime-free!!

Jens Kanngiesser also has several accounts on Twitter were he poses as other users defending him. He’s someone who sits on his laptop 24/7. Never purchase anything from his reverbnation store, you will only regret ever having anything to do with this con-man. Spread the word and keep the Internet crime-free!!

Read his story here:

To be fore-warned is to be fore-armed!!

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Microsoft’s New Windows Phones Cost Under $100

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Microsoft’s new Lumia smartphones are the cheapest Windows Phones the company’s ever made, it announced Wednesday. The Lumia 435 and 532 are part of Microsoft’s continuing effort to claw back market share by targeting fast-growing markets abroad.

The 435 and 532 will go on sale in Asia, the Middle East and Europe for $80 (69 Euros) and $91 (79 Euros) respectively.

“We’ve realized our goal of creating the most affordable Lumia devices to date, opening up the opportunity to reach those people who are buying a smartphone for the very first time,” corporate vice president for Microsoft’s phones unit Jo Harlow said in a statement.

The bargain-basement Lumias will join a growing portfolio of Microsoft phones for shoppers on a shoestring budget, particularly in the developing world. Earlier this month, the company unveiled a $29 “Internet-ready” phone, not quite smart enough to be called a smartphone, but cheap enough to…

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19 Huge Hollywood Stars Who Never Won an Oscar

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When Oscar nominations are announced every January, the conversation turns quickly from who got nominated to who got snubbed. And people tend to react with more indignation over who’s missing than in celebration of who’s been recognized.

For many, this year’s disappointments include the absence of Selma director Ava DuVernay from the Best Director field and star David Oyelowo from the Best Actors group, as well as the lack of recognition for The Lego Movie. The lack of racial diversity among the nominees has led, naturally, to a viral hashtag: #OscarsSoWhite. It’s enough to make you think that perhaps an Oscar is more the result of a manipulative multimillion dollar campaign than merit alone.

But the snub has been around since long before the age of Internet outrage, when gossip was relegated to soda fountains and opinions took days to make it from type-written notes to a Letters…

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The Sad State of the Best Actress Oscar Race

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While much ink was spilled today about whether David Oyelowo of Selma or Jake Gyllenhaal of Nightcrawler were unfairly shut out of the best actor Oscar race, there’s little controversy over who received Best Actress nods this year. The Academy (yet again) picked from just a handful of female candidates, and their limited choices suggest that little progress has been made since last year when Cate Blanchett used her Oscar acceptance speech to critique “those of us in the industry who are still foolishly clinging to the idea that female films with women at the center are niche experiences — they’re not. Audiences want to see them, and in fact, they earn money.”

In the 11 months since that speech, Blanchett has in many ways been vindicated. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, Maleficent, Gone Girl,Frozen, Lucy and The Fault in Our Stars, all…

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The Sad State of the Best Actress Oscar Race

Originally posted on TIME:

While much ink was spilled today about whether David Oyelowo of Selma or Jake Gyllenhaal of Nightcrawler were unfairly shut out of the best actor Oscar race, there’s little controversy over who received Best Actress nods this year. The Academy (yet again) picked from just a handful of female candidates, and their limited choices suggest that little progress has been made since last year when Cate Blanchett used her Oscar acceptance speech to critique “those of us in the industry who are still foolishly clinging to the idea that female films with women at the center are niche experiences — they’re not. Audiences want to see them, and in fact, they earn money.”

In the 11 months since that speech, Blanchett has in many ways been vindicated. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, Maleficent, Gone Girl,Frozen, Lucy and The Fault in Our Stars, all…

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The History of Jews in France in 6 Key Moments

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The deadly assault on a kosher supermarket in Paris on Friday confirmed the fears of many French Jews that anti-Semitism is a persistent and growing threat in France. Already, thousands of Jews have departed for Israel in the wake of 2012 shooting at a Jewish day school and an attack last year on the Jewish museum in Belgium.

The history of the Jewish community in France has, in some ways, been shaped by anti-Semitism—but it is also shaped by the type of support that coalesced around the Jewish community over the weekend. Prime Minister Manuel Valls declared that “France without Jews is not France” and an estimated 3.7 million people took to the streets in solidarity with the victims of last week’s violence.

The Jewish community in France “is not as isolated as we thought,” said French Chief Rabbi Haim Korsia after the march. “For months we have been asking…

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Joan Rivers Leaves $150 Million Estate to Daughter, Grandson: Report

By her own admission, Joan Rivers was a workaholic, and the octogenarian continued earning up until the day she died. Now the legendary comedian’s sizable estate must be divided.

The New York Daily News reports that the Fashion Police co-host was worth an estimated $150 million at the time of her death earlier this month and, as expected, the bulk of that will go to her only daughter, Melissa, and beloved grandson, Cooper. However, in her will, she also provided for her four dogs, which will move from Joan’s opulent Upper East Side Manhattan condo to the home of one of her personal assistants, Jocelyn Pickett. (A spokesperson for Rivers has not yet responded to Yahoo’s request for comment on the will.)

[Related: Joan Rivers Gets the Royal Treatment in W Magazine]

“Those dogs are her family,” a source told the paper of the animals, which visited Joan in the hospital during her final days. That’s an understatement. Rivers actually credited one of her pets, a Yorkie named Spike, for saving her life when she contemplated suicide in 1988, months after her husband, Edgar Rosenberg, took his life. “What saved me was my dog jumped into my lap. I thought, ‘No one will take care of him,'” she told the Daily Beast in July. “It wasn’t a friendly dog — only to me. I adored this dog. … I had the gun in my lap, and the dog sat on the gun.”

In the same interview, Joan said she “constantly” thought about her own death and noted that she had plans in place, including for her cherished canines.

“In your 80s, you’d be foolish not to think about that,” she told the website. “I’ve left money so the dogs can be taken care of. I’ve said to Melissa, ‘Sell anything and everything you don’t want. Don’t feel beholden to my possessions.’ I feel almost hysterical on that. I don’t want them to have a sense of guilt.”

According to the New York Daily News, Melissa, who is based on the West Coast, already has plans to sell Joan’s palatial $35 million condo. That’s no surprise as Joan herself put it on the market several times since 2005 — mostly recently in 2012.

“This is how Marie Antoinette would have lived if she had money,” the funny woman said her 2010 documentary, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, while standing in the 5,200-square-foot multi-level, classically adorned penthouse, which features floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-burning fireplaces, two terraces, a mezzanine overlooking the front parlor, and French-inspired style which was “painstakingly restored by museum-trained artisans,” according to its 2009 listing. The movie also featured a scene in which Joan was hosting a dinner party for about 20 in her dining room with three waiters running around serving the guests.

Joan was a fixture in the building and served as president of the condo board. “I’m very much an A personality,” she told the New York Times in 2012. “I got involved just because I wanted things done right.” As for why she became president, she said, “I care about the building. And I think that’s why they just keep letting me be president of the board.” Also, she quipped, “No one wants the job.”

The New York Daily News reports that Melissa had her own apartment in the building, purchased by her mom, and also plans to sell that. “Melissa is based in L.A. and has no need for a place in New York any more,” a source told the newspaper. “It’s also too painful; Joan loved the city so much.”

[Related: CNN: Joan Rivers’s Doctor Took Selfie, Performed Unauthorized Biopsy]

While the article notes that Melissa is also selling Joan’s “amazing home in Connecticut,” the 5,730-square-foot house in Litchfield County, Connecticut, actually sold last year for $4.4 million. That home was described as her “sanctuary from show business” and was set on 75 acres and featured 10 rooms, four fireplaces, and a custom swimming pool.

Despite it being her sanctuary from showbiz, Joan wasn’t ready to give up her career. (Around her 80th birthday, an interviewer asked if she was ready to retire and she quipped, “And do what?”) In addition to Fashion Police, the blonde appeared on WEtv’s Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?, and reportedly had a new show in the works with Bravo’s Andy Cohen. She continued to do stand-up as well.

On Tuesday, Melissa spoke out for the first time since her mother’s passing.

As my son Cooper and I mourn the loss of my mother, we want to thank everyone for the beautiful cards and flowers conveying heartfelt messages and condolences, which continue to arrive from around the world and through social media

She wrote on WhoSay.

My mother would have been overwhelmed by the scope and depth of the love that people have expressed for her. It is certainly helping to lift our spirits during this time.

Melissa continued, “We are forever grateful for your kindness and support in continuing to honor my mother’s legacy, and for remembering the joy and laughter that she brought to so many.”

On Friday, E!, which was home to Fashion Police, will hold “Joan Day” in which they’ll have a 12-hour marathon of Rivers’s jokes about bad celebrity fashion. The last episode of the show that she taped will be rebroadcast, and the marathon will also include Melissa’s stories about her mother.

Rivers died on Sept. 4 after being removed from life support. A week earlier, she underwent a routine procedure on her throat at Yorkville Endoscopy in Manhattan. An investigation is being made into her death. So far, the gastroenterologist who performed the procedure has been fired from the clinic. A second physician was present during the surgery without authorization from the clinic. The woman allegedly took a selfie with Rivers during the surgery.

Source: Joan Rivers had surprise throat biopsy that led to her death

A source told New York Daily News an unplanned throat biopsy cut off her air supply and possibly killed Joan Rivers.

The 81-year-old suffered a heart attack and stopped breathing on August 28th during a routine endoscopy at a New York clinic. But the doctor who operated on her reportedly noticed something on her vocal cords and then performed the unplanned biopsy – something that isn’t supposed to be done outside of a hospital.

The procedure is said to have caused Rivers’ vocal chords to seize and cut off her air supply.

The Daily News source called it a “huge no-no” and said, “If she had been in a hospital when it happened, she might have been okay.”

Rivers died a week after the incident and a state medical examiner completed an autopsy but was not able to determine the cause of death.

In 1985, Rivers appeared on Good Morning America, where she was asked about her heart arrhythmia, a condition in which the heart unexpectedly beats out of sync…something Rivers says scared the hell out of her.

“All of a sudden you’ll be on stage and hear ‘tha-thud!…It scares the hell out of me.”

The State Health Department is investigating the clinic, but currently it is not a criminal investigation.

Official: Robin Williams hanged himself with belt

SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) — Authorities on Tuesday detailed how Robin Williams’ took his life, saying the actor and comedian hanged himself with a belt in a bedroom of his San Francisco Bay Area home.

Marin County Sheriff’s Lt. Keith Boyd said Williams was last seen alive by his wife Sunday night when she went to bed. She woke up the next morning and left, thinking he was still asleep elsewhere in the home.

Shortly after that, Williams’ personal assistant came to the Tiburon home and became concerned when Williams failed to respond to knocks at a door. The assistant found the 63-year-old actor clothed and dead in a bedroom.

Boyd said all evidence indicates Williams, star of “Good Will Hunting,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Good Morning, Vietnam” and dozens of other films, committed suicide by hanging himself. But he said a final ruling will be made once toxicology reports and interviews with witnesses are complete.

The condition of the body indicated Williams had been dead for at least a few hours, Boyd said. Williams also had superficial cuts on his wrist, and a pocketknife was found nearby.

Williams had been seeking treatment for depression, Boyd said. He would not say whether the actor left a suicide note.

“We still have people we want to speak with so there is some information we’re going to withhold,” Boyd said. “We’re not discussing the note or a note at this point as the investigation is ongoing.”

The Oscar-winning actor for years dealt with bouts of substance abuse and depression and referenced his struggles in his comedy routines. Just last month, Williams announced he was returning to a 12-step treatment program.

The circumstances of the death – Williams cutting and then hanging himself at home – do not help explain what motivated him, suicide experts said. Understanding that would require a detailed “psychological autopsy” that includes the review of medical and other records, and interviews with family and friends.

These experts stressed that suicide rarely is triggered by a single factor, such as depression or substance abuse. Typically there are at least two such influences, often compounded by acute stress, such as from financial hardship or troubled personal relationships.

“We know from decades of research that there are numerous factors that contribute to suicide risk,” said Michelle Cornette, executive director of the American Association of Suicidology.

Word that the actor had killed himself left neighbors in Tiburon stunned and sparked an outpouring of praise among his Hollywood colleagues. Williams had lived in the quiet, waterfront neighborhood for eight years, according to neighbors.

Noreen Nieder said Williams was a friendly neighbor who always said hello and engaged in small talk. Nieder said she wasn’t close to Williams and his family, but she still felt comfortable enough to approach him and ask him about his latest stint in drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

“He was very open about it,” Nieder said. “He told me he was doing well.”

Makeshift memorials of flowers and notes popped up around the country including on his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at his Tiburon home and outside the house where the ’80s sitcom “Mork &Mindy” was set in Boulder, Colorado. People also gathered to remember Williams at a bench in Boston’s Public Garden where he filmed a scene for “Good Will Hunting.”

Ben Affleck, a co-star and co-writer on that movie, was among the legions of friends and fans who shared tributes online.

“Robin had a ton of love & did so much for so many,” Affleck tweeted. “He made Matt & my dreams come true. What do you owe a guy who does that? Everything.”

Actor and comedian Ricky Gervais wrote: “I am deeply saddened. He was a lovely man who would keep everyone laughing even if he wasn’t feeling good himself.”

Associated Press writer Justin Pritchard in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

Interview With Studiofyre’s CEO, Brandon Aaron Gibbs

StudioFYRE is a global brand, and we aim to spread the concepts of personable branding in an increasingly monotonously marketed world. We aim to be on a few continents serving global partners that really believe in doing whatever it takes to make their brands successful

  – Brandon A. Gibbs (StudioFyre CEO)


1. What’s the story behind Studiofyre?

Brandon A. Gibbs: StudioFYRE is a natural phenomenon. Now based in the music city Nashville, we started a few years back scattered around the globe with a creative vision to impact the world. Being given chance to participate in leading international businesses and studios, we got chance to intuitively apply our gifts to design, media, marketing and consulting with some of the most fascinating people and around unique and inspiring global communities. When it was time to accept the name StudioFYRE in 2014, it came right in time, to solve the needs of industries. Businesses nowadays are scrambling using an ever growing set of media & design products with their brands, all trying to play with untested business models applying to new and different technology for various market segments. At the end of 2013, we found this problem as budding entrepreneurs serving a few multicultural organizations. There was a good vision and tons of great people to reach but too many branding tools to juggle against a basic technology to personal problem. This is where we had to derive a solution in universal and personal brand engineering. Testing our model to various problems, we were able to get great results, and opened our services to our first line of clients in Nashville. Nashville is an international gateway and our services will continue to engage both locally and around the globe understanding client vision and implementing brands with successful growth mindset to achieve the best commercial solutions through personal vision.

2. What was the inspiration for the name, how did it come about?

Brandon A. Gibbs: It’s a combustion of sorts from vision and belief. Our #1 Inspiration as entrepreneurs of faith is Christianity which plays an important role in our integrity and how we do business. The “studio” was created for the precision operation of our design and creative gifts within the integrity of diligent craft. And the “FYRE” is from stories about fire of the Holy Spirit, describing an ephemeral link for driven creativity and inspiration that spreads through everything we do. Our challenge after accepting our “calling” was not just to operate a static creative agency, but to create a dynamic studio environment to empower visions we work with to combust, and set brands on FYRE with.

3. Who is/are the person/team behind Studiofyre?

Brandon A. Gibbs: We are a unit of creative and unique folk from different backgrounds, but all important parts that comprise StudioFYRE. Me, Brandon A Gibbs, our Founder CEO/ Principal Designer I’m the creative technical side with a history in London and New York designing with some of the largest international design firms and institutions.


Jason Di Vincenzo, our co-Founder COO & President, is the creative communications side with a history all around the US in executive consultation, Copywriting and Sales leadership. He’s worked with several fortune 500 companies, and with local business leaders to create exciting solutions. The rest of our awesome team is on the growth with inspiring & unique creative people with their own story and visions about making brands greater.

4. What was the most difficult part about starting up? Any major or minor challenges?

Brandon A. Gibbs: The hardest part of starting up is after reading all the local business regulation and operation manuals, to relax, because we’ve been prepared all along. Each new project also comes with some ground to cover, but we sort them out. At the start of StudioFYRE, we got a chance to meet quite a few business leaders and find out about who they were and their vision. Though not always a project in the wings, it was an important part of having foundation. The challenge of establishing ourselves came naturally after relaxing in knowing our repertoire and how to leverage success for prospective industries who really want to work with us.

5. What came easy with starting up?

Brandon A. Gibbs: The easiest part was creative process and relating to people. We spent time driving to various places meeting and serving clients in various industries, doing fun little projects. That part was good to test our new hybrid service prototypes with brands.

6. What’s your creative process?

Brandon A. Gibbs: We like to operate with strategy and direction from the start to have calculated successes with each client. We do that through a roughly 5 step process based around two elements campaigns and subscribers. Campaigns- comprised of creative & marketing projects; and Subscribers- the final stakeholders whether they be the customers or just visitors who will play a major role with the client brand. We start with understanding the client what their campaign vision and goal is, helping them define their target subscribers in strategic terms, assessing the necessary resources vision and availability. That sets the tone for our next step in consultation and base planning structure, where we begin harnessing the best use of our resources to match their vision and carry out the campaign goals together. Next step after skillfully producing brand assets for the effective client campaign. This is an artful process of research, sketches, and references to empower raw and intuitive creativity to match client creativity and vision and engage end subscriber senses. After that is launching our campaign assets like websites, videos, events and so on with fervor to make sure of maximum effect in conversion, sales, subscriptions and the like. The last step is thought out from the start of maximizing the value of the project with long lasting subscriber engagement, as we love to be partner with each client in lifetime brand sustainability and profitability for all involved.

7. What services do you offer?

Brandon A. Gibbs: Our services together comprise the Universal Branding array from personal to technical specialization. We start out with personal brand consultation, getting to know our customers to maximize restarting brands or launching new brands completely. Next is our design skills, where we build visual and spatial elements for client to audience engagement, this goes from Graphic Design to Print Design, to spatial design—we call these visual campaigns. Then comes our Media and Interactive skills, where we go from digital media, photography and imagery to websites, mobile and app design and development—comprising our media and web campaigns. Our last campaign set is of our internet marketing which comprises a range of engagement and analytics techniques to maximize the reach of client audience, whether it be a new line of customers, existing network, or just a set of shareholders. With our services we make campaigns with clients that spread like wildFYRE, FYREworks to keep charged and healthy brands on top with our full service ad agency resources.


8. How are you able to use social media to target your audience? How do you keep them interested?

Brandon A. Gibbs: We engage audience in a variety of ways, but it starts with personal relationship. Social media allows us digital connection with those we’ve met in person, and sets up new connection to be made offline. To keep things interesting.. We are just honest about the great partners and projects that we get to play with. As our #FYREworks gallery show, we have fun with what we do, and that’s what we feel every creative agency should do.

9. Have hashtags been a huge success or key role in your utilization of social media? How do you manipulate hashtags for the benefit of your brand?

Brandon A. Gibbs: We’ve played with a few social hashtags, that really sum the StudioFYRE experience #FYREworks,#wildFYRE with a few in the wings as well as some general #branding, #GraphicDesign and industry tags like #CopyOfTheDay and some from influences as David Ogilvy #ogilvy. We count them a starting success online and offline to set apart who we are connecting us with our audience, potential customers and major firms and organizations that we admire.

10. What advise have you got for startups?

Brandon A. Gibbs: Spell out your first vision, and test it relentlessly with your first clients. Narrow it down according to needs and industry, and you not only will have work you admire and understand, but you’ll also be incredibly successful at it from deep understanding.

11. Where do you see Studiofyre in ten years from now?

Brandon A. Gibbs: StudioFYRE is a global brand, and we aim to spread the concepts of personable branding in an increasingly monotonously marketed world. We aim to be on a few continents serving global partners that really believe in doing whatever it takes to make their brands successful. We’ll stay growing with people who have passion in their talents and brands that have great visions achieving the best commercial solutions through each personal vision.

For more information about them, see their website