Showing posts with label celebrity. Show all posts
Showing posts with label celebrity. Show all posts

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Toyin Aimakhu Wows In Thigh-High Slit Dress For A Movie Premiere

Actress, Toyin Aimakhu looked ravishing for a movie premiere .The actress looked very busty in this thigh-high slit dress!

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Lanre Gentry Replies Actor Who Said He’s Threatening Him For Sleeping With His Wife

Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe’s ex-husband, Lanre Gentry who has been making headlines lately, has replied Actor Legemiani who alleged that the actress’ estranged husband was threatening his life, after accusing him of sleeping with his wife.

Lanre Gentry who replied the actor who said the accusation was coming for the second time, wrote that his mission now is to focus on his life and his family, as he won’t be entertaining negativity again.


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Davido Brags About His Very Expensive Shoes (Photos)

The ‘IF’ crooner took to his Instagram page to brag about his very expensive shoes.

He captioned it:-

“These expensive , these is Red Bottoms, these is Bloody shoes !!”

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Wizkid’s “Sweet Love” Featured On US Hit Series, “Ballers

Wizkid Hit single “Sweet Love” off his Sounds from the other side project featured on the Dwayne Johnson “(The rock) produced hit Us TV series’ Ballers”

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‘People Have Called Me Gay, Spoilt Brat & Mummy’s Boy’ – Actress Bukky Wright’s Son

Bukky Wright’s son, Ojayy Wright has dropped a piece for those who insult him, and according to him it really hurts. According to the Nollywood actress’ son, those who are hating on him are all doing that because he’s privileged.

However he went further to disclose that what bothers him is that, the people who are supposed to have his back, are the ones who ignite the insults.

Here’s what he wrote;

‘They have insulted me and my person. They have called me names, from gay to a spoilt brat, even mummy’s boy. They say my own is too much. They don’t wanna give me a chance because of my background. That I am privileged and that is why they hate on and try to block me. You see, the insults n negative vibes thrown at me don’t bother me, I have dealt with it since elementary school. What bothers me though, is that the people that are supposed to have your back are the ones that begin these stories n lies and that poo HURTS’.

‘I know I have made a lot of mistakes, and I accept full responsibility and honestly, I am working on myself and learning everyday. I apologize for any of my actions that may have offended anyone directly or indirectly because if you really know me, you will know that I am just a HAPPY CHILD, nothing else. But I won’t apologize for my background or whatever yeye privileges people think I have because This Life is hard for US ALL, NO exception. poo ain’t always rosey but we still thank God for his grace n mercy over our lives. In other words, I just wanna say a BIG THANK YOU to everyone supporting me and my music right now (cos that’s just all I wanna do, really. I’m not here to fight or drag anything with anyone) From the tv stations to the radio stations, the Dj’s, friends, fans, and people sef! I really appreciate and love you all.’

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Rapper “Phyno” Looking Dapper In All White Suit (Photo)

Rapper “Phyno” Looking Dapper In All White Suit (Photo)

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Saturday, 29 July 2017

Mr Ibu Advises Igbos On How To Achieve Biafra

Nollywood actor,John Okafor also known as Mr Ibu, in an interview, has advised Igbos on how to achieve Biafra without casualities.
Mr Ibu, who is interested in the actualization of Biafra warned agitators against making much noise about it.Mr Ibu Advises Igbos On How To Achieve Biafra
According to the actor, different groups agitating for the new country should rather do it secretly and also be careful of what they let out in public places.
Speaking in Igbo language in an interview with Ugwunmba TV, Mr. Ibu declared that God is in support of the struggle and will surely grant Igbos their desired country.
The actor said,
“I’m still saying the same thing. Let’s be careful of what we’re saying in public places. There something one should be doing secretly and it’ll work out smoothly. It must not be by noise making.
“It something that should be carried out secretly and at the end the world will see the result. Let’s stop the noise and protests because innocent people are being killed as a result.
“There’re countries that have seceded without making so much noise and protest, there’re also others that protested and were killed in numbers but still made it at last.
“The difference is that Igbo people are not so many. Please my people, I’m begging, let’s take it easy. Our struggle is good and genuine but let’s take it easy.
“Let’s take it slowly and make little more secretly. We’ll surely get Biafra. If we get, it’ll be beneficial to all Igbos, but let’s first all come back home and unite with one another.
“Let’s all Igbos be of one mind. It pains me greatly that we’re not in one mind. We’re not united. Let’s be prayerful about it because God Almighty hears our prayers and is without in the struggle.
“We’ll surely get Biafra and then we’ll jubilate but for now let’s pursue our course with calmness.”
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Tiwa Savage And Ubi Franklin Sons In Cute Photo With Their Parents

Just a few days ago, they celebrated the birthday party of baby Jayden, Ubi Franklin and Lilian Esoro son, who shares the same birth month with Tiwa Savage baby boy, Jamil.
The Roc nation star was on hand with her baby to celebrate with the newly reunited Franklins and they all posed for the cutest group photograph.
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Foreign Shows Are Non-Profitable, African Shows Pay More – Yemi Alade

Nigerian songstress, Yemi Alade has voiced out her discontentment over how unprofitable foreign shows are.
Despite the glitz and glamour that comes with it, Yemi believes shows in some African countries are more profitable than the ones in Western countries.
Yemi who is currently on her Mama Africa world tour, cited many reasons including long hours travel, lack of proper feeding and sleep as the constraints that come with these foreign tours.
The ‘Johnny‘ singer said she preferred to tour African countries than going on a global one.
Read Her post Below:
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YAGI Boss Lil Kesh Hospitalized, Seen On Drip(photos)

Lil Kesh was placed on drip following a heath scare!

The YAGI boss got the below photos of him on drip shared online, though no official statement as regards to this! Photos below;
PHOTO CREDIT : Lailasblog
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Friday, 28 July 2017

[Hottest 🔥🔥] Wizkid #SFTOS Album Makes Billboard’s Hot 200 List (Make Una Hail Daddy Yo Jare)

Barely two weeks after its release, Starboy Wizkid‘s album, Sounds From The Other Side (SFTOS) has debuted on Billboard’s Hot 200 list.
The album makes its first appearance at the number 107 spot on the Billboard‘s Hot 200 chart while also ranking the 58th spot on Canadian albums chart, and number 5 on the HeatSeekers albums chart.
SFTOS, which features international music acts such as Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Drake, Ty Dolla $ign as well as Major Lazer could yet become the best project from an African artiste.
Congratulations to Wizkid on this recent success.
It’s a starboy thing 
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‘I’m Setting Aside 15million Naira For My Birthday’ – Bobrisky

According to Nigerian male barbie, Bobrisky, he plans to spend 15 million naira on his all white birthday party taking place on August 31st.
He took to snapchat to make this known :

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Olamide’s Brother, DJ EniMoney Expecting First Child From Girlfriend, Iwalewa Ojebiyi

Olamide’s younger brother and the official DJ for YBNL label, DJ Enimoney is expecting his first child from his girlfriend, Iwalewa Ojebiyi.
DJ Enimoney, who has been in a relationship with Iwalewa for a while now, is about to join his elder brother, Olamide to become a baby daddy.
Olamide joined the babyfather gang in 2015 when his girlfriend, Mariam gave birth to their son, Milano.
It is now a norm for every Nigerian artiste to be a babyfather as most entertainers engage in the act.
Artistes like Davido , wizkid, olamide, D’banj and others are all babyfathers.
Ladies also want to be a babymama to these artistes which is quite wrong.
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Monday, 20 March 2017

Yung6ix Surprises Man That Gave Him 10k To Relocate To Lagos In 2009 With $10,000

KKTBM frontline hot rapper, Yung6ix just surprised a friend of his who gave him N10,000 he used to relocate to Lagos 8 years back.
The grateful rapper wrote:
“8 years ago @imblackking gave me 10,000 Naira to come to Lagos to chase my dream as an artiste, without that 10k there would be no Yung6ix today.
Showed him I’m grateful by giving him 10,000 dollars today. Strictly for motivational purposes only. Don’t just be great be grateful and don’t forget those who helped you when you were nothing.”
The happy man took to his Instagram account to pen down his appreciation.

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‘Will You Keep Quiet!’ – Read How Twitter Users Reacts To Bisola’s Shedding Of Tears Over Tony’s Eviction

Big Brother Naija Contestant, Bisola had an emotional breakdown as she watched Thin Tall Tony get evicted from the show on Sunday night, She was inconsolable, especially as she watched him walk out of the doors, and indirectly, her life. Although she’s emotionally invested in Tony, she doesn’t know she was a pawn in his game. Twitter users blasted her display of emotion. See more hilarious tweets below:
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BREAKING NEWS!! Thin Tall Tony Has Been Evicted From The Big Brother Naija House

Thin Tall Tony on Sunday night ended his quest for the N25 million star prize pegged on the on-going Big Brother Naija reality TV show as he was evicted from the house.
Soma, Miyonse, Coco Ice, Gifty, Uriel had earlier been evicted while Kemen was disqualified for sexual impropriety.
The latest eviction was the first after all the housemates enjoyed automatic immunity from eviction penultimate week.
Last Monday, four housemates in the show were nominated for possible eviction this week.
They were Debie-rise, Efe, TBoss and ThinTallTony.
Initially; Bally, Tboss and Thin Tall Tony were nominated for eviction by fellow housemates. But Bassey as the Head of House saved Bally and replaced him with Efe. While, Marvis used her power card to put Debie-Rise up for nomination.
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Sunday, 19 March 2017

Davido Denies Fathering A Secret Child, Threatens To Sue Punch

DMW boss, Davido, has reacted to the news making the rounds that he secretly fathered a daughter four years ago.
Ayotomide Labinjo, a 26-year-old lady based in Ibadan, alleged that Davido impregnated her after they slept together twice when the singer was in Ibadan.
The singer, a father of one, who is expecting a child with his Georgia University girlfriend, Mandy, refuted the allegations in a series of Tweets on Friday night.
His tweets read, “This one nah real Yahoo Girl no Laptop. Upon finding out the test results were negative. Out of pity we still give dem money.
“Years later dem no gree say nah my own. Chai money good o. 2 years ago person wey you never see for your life, bring pikin say na your own, you take paternity test, it came out negative.By the WAY@MobilePunch I’m suing you guys! BOUTTA DOUBLE THAT 30 REAL QUICK!!.”(sic)
The source that sent the story to @SubDeliveryMan on Twitter alleged that Davido got the Ibadan-based lady pregnant in 2013 and told her to keep it. The source also alleged the singer even named his alleged love child, Veronica, after his late mother Veronica Adeleke.
This development is coming a few days after the singer confirmed that he is expecting a second child with Amanda Mandy, an American with African parentage. Mandy is a 24-year old student at Georgia University in the United States of America.
Punch Newspaper reports that Ayotomide met Davido at a club in Ibadan and they slept together that same night. Ayotomide reportedly said she slept with Davido again when he was in Ibadan for Gbenga Adeyinka the 1st’s Easter show in 2013.
She said, “We only met twice in Ibadan and we slept together on both occasions. The third time I would see him again was when my mother and I went to his house in Lagos more than a year after the birth of the baby. He preferred to call me Enitan because that is my other name.
“When I told him I was pregnant at the end of March 2013, he said I should keep it but the following morning, he blocked me from his Blackberry Messenger list. I could not reach him throughout the period I was pregnant. On each of the days we met in Ibadan, he had a police and three bodyguards with him. On the day the baby girl was being named, he added me again on his BBM and I sent him her pictures. He asked me what I wanted and I told him that he should take up the responsibility of the child. But he blocked me from his contact list again the next morning. We named the baby Aanuoluwapo but he preferred to call her Vero and anytime I asked for anything, he would embarrass me.”
Miss Ayotomide said after a DNA test was carried out on September 2, 2014 at Clina-Lancet Laboratories, Babatunde Jose Street, Victoria Island, Lagos Davido was “Excluded” from being the biological father of the child.”
Ayotomide said that the test was dud/falsified, adding that she saw the singer handing over a “big” envelope with lots of money to one Dr. Alex Sogbola who conducted the test. Dr. Sogbola also denied falsifying the DNA results.
When contacted, Davido’s manager, Asa Asika, said that the story is false. Asa said via email: “Apologies for the delayed response, I have been flying. This is not a true story, thanks for reaching out to clarify. Thanks.”
Davido welcomed his first child, Imade, with Sophie Momodu in May 2015.
Sophie is a niece of popular journalist, Dele Momodu.
In January 2016, the pop star and his baby-mama were involved in a feud over the custody of their daughter.
Davido’s family took custody of the baby following allegations that Imade had been infected by marijuana through breast-feeding.
Sophie, a budding fashion designer, claimed that Davido’s family abducted the baby and planned taking her abroad but immigration officials helped her stop the trip.
The controversy led to a public spat involving Mr. Momodu, Davido and his billionaire father, Adedeji Adeleke.
Both parents currently have joint custody of their daughter.
In 2014, a 23-year-old model, Shanielle ‘Sunshine’ Haye, claimed to be five months pregnant with twin girls for the singer.
Shanielle, who is of Cuban and Jamaican parentage, said she met Davido during his UK tour in 2013. A few months down she claimed to have lost the pregnancy.
Davido joins the growing list of Nigerian musicians who have two or more babymamas.
The list already included Wizkid, 2face and 9ice
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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Why I’m studying Journalism while singing — Korede Bello (Interview)

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Korede Bello, the boyishly handsome, guitar-wielding singer and songwriterannounced his arrival on the Nigerian music scene in 2014 with two songs- Cold Outside and African Princess.
The “Godwin” crooner began to command attention after his infamous “Korede Bello wink” in the music video for Dorobucci, a chart-topping song by Mavin Record artistes. After a slew of hits and endorsements, the 21-year-old musician released his anticipated 11-track debut album, Belloved on Sunday. The album, which surprisingly has no features, boasts impressive production credits from Don Jazzy, Baby Fresh Cobhams Asuquo and Altims. In this exclusive chat with PREMIUM TIMES, the soft-spoken artiste speaks about his music career and album
PT: What is the idea behind your album title?
Korede: The title of my album, Belloved, is coined from my name, Bello, and the scripture; “…this is my beloved son in whom I am well pleased…” The album spans spans seven years. Also, the track, Favourite Song, that I recorded with Cobhams was written 10 years ago and it took so long to be recorded because I had to be sure about who would produce it.
PT: That is such a long time. Weren’t you under pressure to release an album?
Korede: No, I don’t think it’s a long time because I have been blessed with so much even without dropping an album. For instance, you will be surprised to know that most of my shows are up north and I have gotten used to it. The southerners are more particular about the hit songs, but in other climes they are more particular about everything-the total package.
PT: ..and you also wroteFavourite Song for eight years?
Korede: It had to do with the right timing. Songs are like spirits and if you put them out prematurely it might not work out. And it doesn’t mean that it is not a good song or wont achieve commercial success. Favourite Song is a very dear to my heart and that is why for many years I had to spice it up. Some years ago, I hit Cobhams up and decided to work on it. This doesn’t mean I can’t work on the spot after all I wrote Godwin in two days. The amount of time you spend on a song doesn’t really determine the success of a song.
PT: Which of your songs surpassed your expectations?
Korede: I was aware of the potential of the track, Do Me Like That, but my immediate environment didn’t see it becoming a hit. With regards toGodwin, I knew that it would become a hit. I also knew that Romantic was a sweet song but I didn’t think it would appeal to guys. But, I was wrong. I got the inspiration and the melody for Do Me Like That while we were travelling to Dubai for Tiwa’s wedding. I recorded the melody in my phone and I developed the song during the flight. I forgot all about it when we arrived Dubai.  While going through the voice notes on my phone two years later, I found it, called my producer, Altims at 3a.m. and we both recorded the song.
PT: Not many are aware that you are currently a student at Nigerian Institute of Journalism?
Korede: I am currently in my final year at the NIJ. I was supposed to be writing my project but I have been busy writing my musical project as it were. I am in the business of mass communicating my ideas to the world through social media. I try to apply all that I am taught in journalism school in my music and in engagement with my fans.
PT: Do you hope to fall back on journalism when music no longer pays?
Korede: I will always be involved in music even if I don’t put out any song. I intend to own some media platforms in future but I will always be in the music sphere except God says otherwise. I am a student of journalism but am slave to music. I nursed a dream to become a radio presenter in the past but music is my passion for now.
I plan to star in some Nollywood films as I have been presented some scripts, which I am presently considering. But I have just dropped my debut album and I want people to see me as musician enough before I veer into movies.
PT: How do you juggle your studies and your music career?
Korede: It has not been easy but I’m grateful to God for giving me the passion for music and education. It has sort of kept me on my toes.
PT: You were a budding artiste and now a super star even as a student of NIJ. Are you treated specially in school? 
Korede: I am grateful that I am still in NIJ if I were in a University of Lagos undergraduate it would have been harder to manage fame because of the frenzy. NIJ allows me be myself, everyone knew me as a wannabe musician who became a star. My lecturers have been really supportive of my career. I am not a stubborn student so they don’t have any issues and they help me maintain my sanity.
PT: African Butterfly and Romantic Song are two very romantic tunes in your album. Did you write it with any lady in mind?
Korede: I consider myself a Mr. Romantic so I don’t write the songs with any lady in mind. I simply pictured myself performing it to a bevy of beauties while writing the song. Favourite Song was however dedicated to someone special whose identity I can’t reveal. I am currently very single but ready to mingle when I find the right person.
PT: What are some of the challenges you currently grapple with?
Korede: Alternative genre artistes find it hard to achieve commercial success or have a huge following like pop artistes. The pop market is saturated and everyone currently sound alike and it is such a huge challenge. We really need to develop the fan culture here in Nigeria such that fans can actually support their favourite artiste’s career by purchasing his or her works.
PT: Why did Don jazzy produce four tracks in your album?
Korede: It wasn’t pre- planned and the tracks were included in the album by chance. Don Jazzy believes in giving other producers an opportunity to shine or produce songs because he believes he wont always be available to produce songs.
We have both recorded over 50 songs together and the four that made the album weren’t planned.
PT: In what ways have your sound evolved through the years?
Korede: My style has grown so much and changed over the years. You can also tell from my album that there has been some level of growth and evolution in my style and voice. My voice sounded very tiny when I joined Mavin and I recall that I was mistaken for a girl when I sang African Princess and my verse in Dorobucci.
PT: How long do you hope to do music for?
Korede: True artistes never really retire. Music is not like a 9-5 job however a time will come when I will cease to be commercially relevant. I will always be involved in music in decades to come and remain in people’s faces because my brand is multifaceted. I can do so many things aside from my music.
PT: Which artiste are you dying to work with?
Korede: I’m dying to work with the popular English singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran because he is a talented storyteller.
PT: You achieved fame at a very young age. Is handling it any easy?
Korede: Fame is a very dangerous and intoxicating drug. No one tells you about the side effects of fame when you are getting into it. It is equally a powerful and poisonous drug if you are not careful with it. I am thankful to have people around me who help me to stay sane. Fame can also signify that an artiste’s career is about to end. The moment a budding artiste finally becomes famous, the countdown to his “end” begins. Mind you all, he was a musician all along with no pressure whatsoever. But, the moment you became famous, you have to keep up with the yearnings and expectation of your fans, impress, sacrifice and begin to bother about longevity.
PT: So, does fame scare you?
Korede: Yes, I am afraid of fame. I said a prayer before I started music, which is that God shouldn’t let me lose sight of my purpose. When an artiste has a clear-cut purpose, he won’t will lose sight of it even when he is yet to achieve anything substantial.

Source: Premium Times
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Friday, 17 March 2017

Photos:- Meet The 6 Richest Celebrity Kids In Nigeria – You Wont Believe Who The No. 1 Is (See)

Many young Nigerian kids are doing well today doing what they know how to do best and making their Parents proud.
Naijaloaded compiled the list of the 6 Richest Celebrity Kids in Nigeria.. Check them out.
Here is a List of the 6 Richest Kid Celebrities In Nigeria.
6. Marylove Edwards

Born: March 18,2005, she has been involed in many competitions and gotten brand endorsements from some reputable companies. She is said to be the leading kid-sport person in Nigeria and the Federal Government is heavily concerned in her growth.
Profession: Tennis player
5. Ify Ufele

Born: 2006, she is said to be Nigeria’s youngest ever fashion designer. She started making/designing clothes at a tender age of 7.
Profession: Designer
4. DJ Young Money

Born: 2007, this 10 year old has been involved in many mixes and public events. Covering events like high fly comedy shows. Not only that, he gets paid well! Talk about passion for bucks, right?
Profession: DJ
3. Ozzybosco

Born: January 7, 2007, who hasn’t heard of OB? OzzyBosco?? The Nigerian wonder? OzzyBosco has featured a lot of A-List Nigerian musicians in his tracks, yes! a lot. He is also a brand ambassador for some organisations and we hear, he is paid handsomely.
Profession: Musician
2. Amarachi Uyanne

Born: July 17, 2004, she came into limelight few years back, let’s say 5 years to be precise, after emmerging as Nigeria’s youngest ever Talent Show winner in ”Nigeria’s got Talent’. Since then, she has been a high flying, going for shows, walking the runways and getting paid. She is mentored by Nigeria’s finest, Kaffy.
Profession: Dancer
1. Emmanuella

Oh Emmanuella, Emmanuella, Emmanuella, do we really need to talk about this 6 years old?? Her story is indeed inspirational. If you really want to know about her story, Just check online and see it.
Profession: Comedian
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