Saturday, December 14
This is Mariah’s first time in Nigeria. She will also perform in Angola on Sunday.
Playboy Crowned Instagram King, Dan Bilzerman, Reveals His 'Lunatic Lifestyle' Filled With Women, Guns, Supercars
Dan says he is doing all this show off now because he didn't get a ton of attention as a kid. He also feels he is ‘bulletproof’, having survived two heart attacks brought on by his reckless lifestyle of booze, cocaine, Viagra and a stripper.
- she misses Nigerian weddings,
- that what she loved most about Mandela was his smile,
- how guys that hate her are nuts! That they should keep the insults and compliments coming, cos they encourage her more!
I am not so sure how to put this, but I have been very terrified since waking up at 4:21am. I feel I was haunted, I feel my room is haunted.
I feel there's been a paranormal activity in my room.. I am 18yrs old, and here's my little story to share.. I knw well abt sleep paralysis, but this is something really strange, as I have never seen a thing like this..
So I was asleep, during my rapid eye motion, I was just dreaming.
I dunno if something was trying to give me a sign - in my dream, it was me and a girl, we were walking down the street, then we passed a place were idols are kept, then all of a sudden I woke up
Delta State-born Bishop Tom Samson of Christ Royal Family International Church in a new interview with Punch defends his flamboyant lifestyle:
People say that you are a flamboyant pastor, how would you react to that?
It is because of where I am coming from.
In fact, your neck chain has been described as expensive, just like those worn by Nollywood stars…
It is because they don’t know where I am coming from.
I am here to make a statement, including the way I build my buildings. Look at this facility, the one in Ikeja, you also need to come to Royal City. The crown on the building alone costs a lot.
Even the school I build must spell class, the hospital and so on, the cars I drive, the clothes I wear – they are all a reflection of what God can do.
I will never do anything inferior for God.
Who says that being flamboyant is satanic? Satan has nothing.
The Bible says, “I give you power to get wealth.” Even if I look expensive, it is more of what I give out than what I wear or have. Between last year and now, I have given out about 20 cars to those who needed them – especially missionaries.
Where I live, the people didn’t have electricity supply for four years. I had to intervene with transformer and accessories. I depict and reflect God.
My message is that God can lift anyone.
I tell the whites that being a Nigerian doesn’t mean one has to beg.
In Florida, a man of God wanted to know what needs we had in our church and I said I would rather ask him that question and I gave him $2,000. God’s word says it is more blessed to give than to receive. I finance all my churches abroad.
So, you have no apologies for being so flamboyant?
No, I don’t.
Guys, Alisa is a 25yrs old Nigerian who is based in UK. A singer, song writer, composer and a performer.
She just released this awesome piece titled Omalicha Nwa, a love song produced by T Mex. A song that has the flavour of afro fusion, drums and a synth of instrumentals with the indigenous language feel .
Check on it and enjoy great music
AUDIO LINK- http://hu.lk/ma1cvy3eh4ow
VIDEO LINK- http://youtu.be/-P8KQWefR-g
See more pictures from Alisa's shoot after the cut
Here's a statement from the actress through her publicist, Seun Oloketuiyi:
“Our attention has been drawn to media reports where Saheed Balogun claims that he knows nothing about the media reports that he is in court with our client Fathia Balogun over his decision to ask his former wife to stop using his name.
“We will like to put the records straight. The case is in court and our lawyers are on it to ensure that our client retains the name. We won’t be saying much at this time but we believe that adults should be bold and mature enough to take responsibility for their actions and not do something and say something else.
“We won’t say anything further on this matter until judgement is given as this case resumes hearing.”
Former governor of Oyo State, Chief Adebayo Alao-Akala, in a new interview with Punch hilariously flared up when he was asked why he bleached.
You talked about quality, is it in terms of your dressing too?
In terms of everything, Akala is a man of quality. Look at me, I am a man of quality, with due respect. I use quality materials.
Is the use of jewellery part of it too?
Yes, I have been using jewellery as a young man.
Do you know what they called Ghana before, Gold Coast. I lived in Ghana and that was where I got used to it early in my life. We make statement with our looks in Ghana.
In those days when we were in Ghana, your wife bathed you and took care of you.
I am from Ghana, so I have been using jewellery (he sends for an album). I want to show you some pictures. Pictures that I took some 40 years back, you would see chains on my neck. Look at my hand chains and rings in this picture. That is how I was brought up.
Even when I was in (police) uniform, I wore my chain with my uniform.
Is it part of your own fashion to bleach?
Bleach? That is stupidity; you are asking a very silly question, how can I bleach? You are very silly to ask that question. What do you mean by that? What gave you that impression?
(He pulled up his clothe and singlet to show his fair complexion.)
Is this bleaching? Have you seen the cream that I use that makes me bleach or did you know me when I was black? So if you want to write that, put it there that I said you are very silly to ask me that kind of question.
Don’t ask that kind of question again.
What you don’t know; you ask. You don’t even know my parents. Is my wife complaining or my children? I don’t know what gave anybody the impression that I bleach.
You don’t know me; do you know what it takes to bleach?
Does your wife still bathe you?
She can’t carry me anymore; we are old. Don’t forget that the First Lady is not my first wife. My first wife is an old woman like me and she is still with me. She was also brought up in Ghana and that’s why I was able to marry her. Most of the people in Nigeria cannot keep up with my lifestyle of cleanliness.
The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro is the new ‘It’car and dear sweet Jim owns one too.
Here are pictures of his whip, his UNTAMED Chev.
Jim Iyke pulled up in it for boo Nadia Buari's new movie, “The Diary of Imogen Brown” press screening in Ghana days ago.
Did you know that just by walking down the street, or across the office, people may be able to figure out that you've gotten laid?
Because having a vaginal orgasm does more than just put a little pep in your step. It actually causes you to walk differently, with a longer stride and a greater pelvic rotation.
In an European study, trained sexologists (nice job title) were able to pick out, with an 81 percent accuracy, which women had an orgasm just by watching them walk.
But that's not the only way someone can tell if a woman has had sex.
Here are a few others:
There’s a scientific reason for us getting the flushed in the cheeks look after sex -- more blood flow -- but what about that aura of calm that seems to float around us after the fact?
Recently, my husband and I went on a post-coital grocery store trip and ran in to some friends. The wife remarked to me, “You’re glowing,” with a little wink and a nod.
The Cat Who Ate The Canary Grin:
This is also known as the Smirking Smile and if you see a woman looking sideways with this look on her face, you’ll know, yep, she just got laid.
She has a secret that's making her go through her day with a sense of fulfillment. Because, seriously, nobody is that happy unless they just had sex with a happy ending.
The Wet Spot:
I know this is gross but getting seminal moisture leaking through to your pants can be an unfortunate byproduct of having sex, at least if you don’t use a condom or your partner doesn’t pull out.
And it's not one of the good ways you would want someone to be able to tell that you recently had sex.
Wearing a pad post-intercourse can help prevent this -- just sayin'.
The Unflappably Buoyant Mood:
A post-intercourse rise in endorphins can give you a fresh perspective on the annoyances of every day life: Go ahead, honk at me because I’m going too slow.
Cut in front of me in the check-out line at the store.
And let my kids scream at each other while they argue over who gets to sit in the front seat on the way to school.
I. Don’t. Care.
Thanks to a little early morning sunrise surprise, nothing is going to put me in a bad mood.
So, what's different about you after you've had sex?
Rapper Wale Goes Ballistic On Complex Magazine Staff Over Album Snub!Threatens To Knock All Of Them Out!!!
During the week, Complex magazine released their "Top 50 Albums of 2013" list.
Wale's latest album 'The Gifted' didn't make the cut and dude didn't take it too kindly.
In fact, the rapper called up the magazine and in the loudest, most insane phone call ever heard after Kanye, threatened to come down to their offices and personally KNOCK people out.
According to ComplexMag, their staff took the call, and spoke to Wale for less than three minutes.
In those three minutes, Wale claimed that staff members at Complex had a personal bias against him, then started shouting and making threats.
“At this point, you know it’s got to be personal," he said.
"You telling me it’s not personal. It's like a bold face lie. To be omitted from every type of list that y’all do or be at the bottom of it or every type of way that y’all can omit me, ya will.”
Staff told him it was not a personal thing. Wale cut him off.
“You mean to tell me Juicy J album better than mine?” he said, his voice rising. “Is that what you trying to tell me?”
He did not give the staff a chance to answer.
Staff tried to explain how their lists are formulated, Wale cut him off:
"I swear to God I’ll come to that office and start knocking n****s the fuck out," he screamed.
Staff tried to talk to him calmly.
"Alright," Wale said. "I'll see y'all tomorrow. Get the security ready."
Then he hung up on staff.
After Complex Magazine released the phone call, Wale eventually responded to the recording with an Instagram video making fun of himself.
American singer, songwriter and producer, Wyclef Jean is currently in Lagos, Nigeria.
He arrived yesterday for the Harp Rhythm Unplugged Concert, holding tomorrow Sunday December 15th at the Eko Convention Centre.
Here’s a photo of him chilling with Cecil Hammond, MD/CEO of Flytime group.