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Inter Miami Is Exploding On Social Media This Morning After A Massive Announcement

A famous soccer player is coming to South Beach.
Inter Miami Is Exploding On Social Media This Morning After A Massive Announcement

Miami's newest Major League Soccer team is buzzing on social media after a huge announcement was made this morning.

Superstar Blaise Matuidi is reportedly coming to Inter Miami, the city's MLS franchise, according to sports reporter Fabrizio Romano.

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This tweet sent Miami's sports world into a frenzy, causing #intermiami to become one of the top trending hashtags on Twitter before 10a.m.

Currently, there are over 10,000 tweets with the hashtag. 

Inter Miami finally began their inaugural season this year after an array of setbacks.

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In the early morning of Thursday, July 24, a Miami apartment building collapsed, killing at least one person and leaving dozens of others trapped in the rubble.

A massive tower of the condo building crumbled to the ground near Miami Beach and, according to County Commissioner José Díaz, 51 people who were believed to have been in the building have not yet been accounted for.

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A New Species Of Spider Was Discovered At The Miami Zoo

The zoo has only discovered males so far.

Sorry world, a new spider has been discovered at the Miami Zoo, and it looks quite horrifying.

The Pine Rockland Trapdoor Spider (Ummidia Richmond) was discovered by zoo staff in 2012, in the critically endangered pine rocklands environment that surrounds the zoo. It was not confirmed as a new species until specimens were sent to Dr. Rebecca Godwin of Piedmont College, who was able to confirm that the creepy crawler was new to humans.

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To-Go Margaritas & Other Boozy Drinks Are Set To Become Permanently Legal In Florida

The governor is expected to sign the new bill into law soon.

To-go cocktails might have been the only good thing to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it seems like they're here to stay in the state of Florida.

Governor Ron DeSantis ordered that beer, wine, and cocktails could be made to-go in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 back in March of 2020, and he has been a supporter of making it a permanent thing ever since. 

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