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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Kate Upton accuses the Kardashians of undergoing plastic surgery in subtle shade

The 24-year-old model shared a pouty pic of herself on snapchat but it was her caption which raised eyebrows, it read: "I look like a kardashian, nose job and all". The most famous of the reality TV sisters, Kim has always denied having plastic surgery but Kate has a lowkey beef with her.

In November 2013, Kim's husband Kanye West fired a warning shot when he slammed Vanity Fair for describing Upton as the next Marilyn Monroe — a title he believes should be reserved for his wife.

'Kate Upton ain’t Marilyn Monroe. Kim is Marilyn Monroe, you know that. She was controversial. She [is] controversial.'

Five months later, Kimye landed the now famous Vogue cover and it was rumoured they replaced Kate but the magazine denied this.

VIDEO: Mayorkun Unveils Second Official Single – YÀWÀ

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Mayorkun hit the limelight in April 2016, when he released his debut single – ELEKO under Davido Music Worldwide.

‘ELEKO’ rose to become one of the biggest hit songs out of West Africa in 2016, topping all digital/radio/TV charts in no time, It also made its debut on the BBC 1Xtra afropop Top5 chart curated by DJ Edu.

This solidified Mayorkun’s spot as Nigeria’s most sought-after rookie.

Here’s an exciting video you would love to see; A build up towards his second official single titled ‘Yàwá (meaning ‘separate us’ in Yoruba language)

Yàwá was produced by Fresh, Mixed & Mastered By Suka, Art designed by Duks.”


Meyar - Only You

Meyar – Only You

Fresh outta box music comes new kid on the block Meyar a.k.a meyar the flygerian in his new song titled ‘ONLY YOU’ produced by Balele.

The flygerian singer, songwriter and performing artiste is currently signed to Kinging Records.
Meyar oti made his entry into the music industry in 2014 with the release of his single ijim neti egwu and a follow up single in 2015 titled omo oba nimi which recieved massive acceptance and also won him the award for next to stardom at the 2015 top naija music awards.

Meyar’s new single ‘ONLY YOU’ is an upbeat afropop love song with honest lyrics, passionate and well delivered singing, flawless vocals and an exciting beat

Pregnant Nigerian woman brutally attacked and robbed after going into labour in London

Police today, August 24th, released an e-fit of mugger who attacked a Nigerian woman while she was in labour. The suspect punched her in the face and stole her phone as she tried to call her family.

On June 26th, Patience Chukwu, 40, had left her home in north London to take a bus to hospital and was having contractions when the man swiped her Samsung Galaxy from her hands.

"I took out my phone to call my sister and tell her I was on the way to the hospital when the boy came up to me. He stood in front of me and I thought he was about to ask for directions. He was standing there staring at me and then he snatched the phone from me. As he grabbed it, I grabbed him by the hood. I was trying to recover the phone. He just hit me. He went to hit me in the stomach, so I bent double and the blow hit me in the face."

The attacker got on his BMX to flee but Ms Chukwu grabbed him. "He was dragging me and I was screaming," she said. "Then he hit me for a third time and I went blind for a short time. So I let go and he was gone.
"It was horrifying. I sat there afterwards shaking and shivering"

Ms Chukwu was initially treated on the street by police after the assault, which took place on a Sunday at about 10am in Leadale Road, Stamford Hill. She was taken to Homerton hospital, where medics took her into theatre for a Caesarean section after being unable to detect her child’s heartbeat.

Her son, Kamsi Kishi, was born hours later with complications. He suffers from seizures, which police today said are a result of the attack.
Ms Chukwu was not able to visit her child, now eight weeks old, until the next morning and could not take him home for a week while doctors kept him under observation.

Police have now released an e-fit of the suspect. Investigating officer Detective Inspector Paul Ridley admitted:

"The e-fit is our last line of enquiry. We’ve exhausted everything else. We’re appealing for information from friends, relatives and even criminal associates. Given the nature of the act, I’m sure a lot of criminals would have been shocked. We have a woman on the brink of giving birth subjected to an attack like that in broad daylight just for her mobile phone."

The suspect is described as a thin black man aged between 18 and 21 with short dark hair. At the time of the attack, he was wearing a green hooded jumper. Ms Chukwu, who also has a four-year-old daughter, Kika, said:

"I didn’t expect that a heavily pregnant woman in labour would be robbed. My belly would have been huge. As he was robbing me I was begging him, ‘Please, I’m in labour, please’.
"That boy is wicked and I want them to catch him before he attacks someone else."

Ms Chukwu also thanked members of the Jewish neighbourhood watch group Shomrim who rushed to her aid following the ordeal. Pinchas Paksher, who was first on the scene to help the woman shortly after the attack, said:

"The thief was heartless, targeting the most vulnerable in society, the victim was on the phone seeking help to arrange transport to hospital when her phone was snatched. I urge anyone with information to call police or Crimestopper"

Top Russian model is unbelievably thin and her fans are worried (Photos)

Alena Shishkova, a 23-year-old mother of one and top model from Russia has her fans worried over her health after she shared pictures of her incredibly thin frame to her over 4 million IG followers. She has however claimed her physique is as a result of an active lifestyle, workouts & a healthy diet.

The model who has a two-year-old daughter with Russian rapper, Timati shot to fame aged 19 after coming second in the 2012 Miss Russia beauty contest. See more photos

Jennifer Lopez ends relationship with Casper Smart

Jennifer Lopez has ended her almost 5-year relationship with former dancer, now actor, Casper Smart, according to a report by TMZ. Read below...

We're told J Lo pulled the plug on the relationship. Sources close to Casper are saying the breakup didn't happen, but our Lopez sources are clear ... the relationship is over. J Lo, 47, and Casper, 29, started dating as far back as October 2011.
It appeared as if they broke up in 2014 but our sources say they were never really apart ... and they were really spending time at her house when they were supposedly separated. Things seemed alright a couple weeks ago when they hung out at her Vegas show ... where she gave ex Marc Anthony a shout-out. People first reported the breakup.

Lovely new photos of actress, Yvonne Jegede

Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede turns 33 years old tomorrow August 25th. She recently did a photo shoot to mark the special day. See more pics

Pana By Tekno Tops PlayData Charts for Week 33 as Fada Fada Drops To 2nd

Pana By Tekno Tops PlayData Charts for Week 33 as Fada Fada Drops To 2nd

Pana By Tekno Tops PlayData Charts for Week 33 as Fada Fada Drops To 2nd

Tekno’s ‘Pana’ proves to be the giant killer song on radio at the moment as it tops the PlayData Radio Top 10 charts as the most played song. Phyno’s Fada Fada ft. Olamide had held down the top spot for 10 straights weeks (longest streak since PlayData era) and now occupies the 2nd spot. Kiss Daniel’s ‘Mama’ retains the 3rd spot with Patoranking’s ‘No Kissing Baby’ coming in strong at 5th Positon.

VIDEO: 2Baba ft. Sauti Sol – Oya Come Make We Go

VIDEO: 2Baba ft. Sauti Sol - Oya Come Make We Go

VIDEO: 2Baba ft. Sauti Sol – Oya Come Make We Go

It’s a pan-african affair as West Africa links up with East Africa. 2Baba calls on the uber-talented Kenyan ensemble – Sauti Sol for “Oya Come Make We Go”

The crispy fresh visuals was shot on a desert with the lot performing their verses. It features a story of an ambitious young girl who went after her dreams.


photos from King Sunny Ade 70th birthday

Nigerian Music Legend King Sunny Ade 'KSA' celebrated his 70th Birthday in Houston over the weekend. See more photos

The Voice Nigeria Judges, Timi Dakolo, Waje, Patoranking & 2face Idibia cover Exquisite magazine September issue

Photos: Pres. Buhari presides over Federal Executive Council meeting

President Buhari presided over the Federal Executive Council meeting which held at the council chambers in the state house today August 24th. More photos

Michelle Obama's interview with Variety magazine is a must read

The US First Lady sat down with Variety magazine to talk Pop Culture and how her husband used that to make an impact...of course among other things she said. Read below from Variety

Ten days before delivering the best-received speech at the Democratic National Convention, first lady Michelle Obama was in her East Wing office describing an entirely different appearance she was about to make that was poised to have an equally notable impact.

This story first appeared in the August 23, 2016 issue of Variety. Subscribe today.

That was Carpool Karaoke, the insanely popular segment on CBS’ “Late Late Show,” in which she sat in the passenger seat with host James Corden and belted out renditions of Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours,” Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” and Missy Elliott’s “Get Ur Freak On” as they circled the driveway on the South Lawn.

“First of all, I was riding in a car with somebody else, without the Secret Service,” she says, with more than a hint of glee. “So right there, [I said], ‘Let’s keep driving!’ I think we drove around the South Lawn about 100 times.”

Below are a few quotes from her cover story...

1. Despite being First Lady, she views herself as an average woman who’s in tune with pop culture.

“I view myself as being the average woman,” she says. “While I am first lady, I wasn’t first lady my whole life. I’m a product of pop culture. I’m a consumer of pop culture, and I know what resonates with people. I know what they’ll get a chuckle out of and what they think is kind of silly. And whenever my team approaches me with ideas and concepts, we’re usually like, ‘Is this really funny? Are people going to understand it?’”
2. When she’s being silly and making people laugh, she also has a message behind it.

“What I have never been afraid of is to be a little silly, and you can engage people that way,” Obama says in an interview with Variety in her upstairs White House office, decorated in an eclectic mix of abstract art and framed mementos from her tenure. “My view is, first you get them to laugh, then you get them to listen. So I’m always game for a good joke, and I’m not so formal in this role. There’s very little that we can’t do that people wouldn’t appreciate.”
3. In order to gain awareness to her initiatives, she came to where the people are.

Obama explains that as she launched the initiatives, she knew it would take “reaching people where they lived on a day-to-day basis, and the next step was, ‘How do you do that? Where are the people?’ Well, they’re not reading the op-ed pieces in the major newspapers. They’re not watching Sunday morning news talk shows. They’re doing what most people are doing: They are watching TV.”
She adds: “A lot of our audiences are kids and teens, and they want to be in on the joke. And they’ll listen again. We’re just a little looser with this stuff than most traditional first ladies.”
4. While she doesn’t have a budget, she still gets the job done.

“It has been wonderful having the platform of the first lady’s office. But if you sort of look at who we are, we don’t have a budget. We don’t have congressional authority. But I still believe we managed to have impact on these issues, which sort of sets the foundation to think, ‘Gosh, we can do a lot, even when we’re not here, just with the power of public awareness.’ ”
5. FLOTUS loves entertainment, but feels it’s crucial to add diversity in Hollywood.

“For so many people, television and movies may be the only way they understand people who aren’t like them,” she says. “And when I come across many little black girls who come up to me over the course of this 7½ years with tears in their eyes, and they say: ‘Thank you for being a role model for me. I don’t see educated black women on TV, and the fact that you’re first lady validates who I am….’”
She adds, “My mom says it all the time: ‘People are so enamored of Michelle and Barack Obama.’ And she says, ‘There are millions of Michelle and Barack Obamas.’ We’re not new. We’re not special. People who come from intact families who are educated, who have values, who care for their kids, who raise their kids — if you don’t see that on TV, and you don’t live in communities with people like me, you never know who we are, and you can make and be susceptible to all sorts of assumptions and stereotypes and biases, based on nothing but what you see and hear on TV. So it becomes very important for the world to see different images of each other, so that, again, we can develop empathy and understanding.”
She calls diversity in entertainment “critical,” because she sees the industry as being able to influence perceptions, in the way that viewers in the ’70s “developed a love for Archie Bunker and empathy for George Jefferson.”
“There are folks who now know black families — like the Johnsons on ‘Black-ish’ or the folks on ‘Modern Family.’ They become part of who you are. You share their pains. You understand their fears. They make you laugh, and they change how you see the world. And that is particularly true in a country where there are still millions of people who live in communities where they can live their whole lives not having contact or exposure with people who aren’t like them, whether that is race or religion or simply lifestyle. The only way that millions of people get to know other folks and the way they live … is through the power of television and movies.”
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Cute photos of actress Bukky Wright and her son Ojay Wright

Mother and child pictured at the Lagos @ 50 celebration which took place last weekend.
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