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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Charly Boy's daughter, Dominique, shares sultry new bedroom photos

Charly Boy's daughter, Dominique Oputa shared these sultry bedroom photos on her Instagram page. More photos after the cut...

Gay dads are pregnant with their first biological child

Two gay dads, who already have two adopted kids, are about to welcome their first biological child. Biff Chaplow and Trystan Reese have expressed delight at experiencing what it's like to create a child and watch it develop in the womb before welcoming it into the world. They did not have that with their first two so they are happy to experience this "normal" birth process, according to them.

The couple, who live in Portland, Oregon, adopted Biff's niece and nephew, Hailey and Riley, after Biff's sister suffered substance abuse problems in 2011. Though they loved being parents to the 6 and 9-year-olds, they always longed to have a baby of their own, so Trystan, who is transgender, tried for a baby and he first managed to conceive in 2016 but they suffered a miscarriage at six weeks.

They wanted to wait a year before trying again but because of the medical complications of Trystan having to go off testosterone, they decided to continue right away. Luckily for them, Trystan has taken in again and they confirmed that he's due to give birth this summer. Trystan explained on their website why he wanted to become pregnant as a transgender person. He said he knew people were curious but were too afraid to ask.

He said that some people think "trans people were born into the wrong bodies, and we really hate our bodies, and that’s why we need to transition. For me, just transitioning normally - taking testosterone so that I have a beard and my voice is deep as it's ever gonna get - and appear like a man… that’s enough for me. I never felt like I needed to change my body. And I for sure do not hate my body. I feel like my body is awesome, I feel like it’s a gift to have been born with the body that I did. So if you can start to understand that, then it starts to make more sense that it would not seem totally bizarre for me to want to create and carry a baby."

Biff also revealed in a podcast that both him and Trystan had been very cautious in the early stages of the pregnancy. Trystan weighed himself "obsessively" and kept taking repeated pregnancy tests. Just before the six-week test, Trystan called the doctor to tell them he was a trans-dad and worried about what the experience would be like. Trystan also revealed in the podcast that he would feel people looking at his face for signs and remnants of womanhood because of his pregnancy.

He said: "They kind of squint their eyes a little bit and I can tell they're trying to take away my beard, they're trying to de-transition me in their heads."

The couple said they have stopped having those fears, which they noticed were unfounded. Their doctors are also very positive that everything will go well while the couple are expecting that the baby will be a boy and are already joking that it's "diagnosis male".

'We all know a racist is in office' - Rapper, Nas addresses Donald Trump in Open Letter

American rapper, Nas, considered as one of the most politically conscious rappers in the game, penned an open letter to his fans urging action to combat what he said was institutionalized racism and the policies of President Donald Trump.

Read the letter published by Mass Appeal Magazine below...

The only way the black man gets a little piece in America is if he takes the O.J. stance: “I’m not black, I’m O.J.” When you ignore the shit that’s happening to people you can live in this fantasy, this American fantasy that you belong to… who? You ignore what’s happening, and that gives you peace. Because what’s going on is enough to make people insane. Some guy lynched in a tree at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia, and the cops rule it a suicide. Now, don’t get me wrong—suicides happen.

There are blacks suffering from mental illness just like whites suffering from mental illness, except that whites who suffer from mental illness and have interactions with the cops, they end up living. Blacks, we get killed. So if you want to sit back and ignore all that, go the O.J. route. Just remember, even he got dealt with at the end of the day. So where do I stand? I stand just as a man, doing what I have to do. Doing what I was born to do. No one can tell me who I am. No one can tell me where I can go and cannot go.

The Creator put us here to do our thing, so I do my thing. And I don’t pay attention to politics at the moment. For what? There’s no reason. For me, it doesn’t make any sense. We all know a racist is in office. People can talk their shit. Comedians can sound racist. People can go through their moments of that shit, but when you have the responsibility of being President and you carry on like that, you send a strong message to people outside of your group that they ain’t worth shit.

So why would I focus on that unless I’m in the political game? Unless I’m running for office I don’t have to pay attention to know that. If I ever vote again—when it’s time to vote again, and I feel like voting again—I don’t have to follow the news to know who I’m voting against. But then you wind up saying “Who’s the next motherfucker coming in, and how does that help?” My way of addressing these issues is through my work. Whatever president may be in office doesn’t affect my work directly.

The way he affects people is what affects me. I observe what’s going on and that goes into my creative process. The person himself, I’m not caught up with. I don’t even have time for Trump or Pence. I don’t give a fuck. My focus is on what’s happening with real people in their everyday lives.

How they behave, the decisions they make, and how that affects families. I grew up in a single-parent household, so I was affected by that life. But it didn’t stop me. So I speak to the everyday people. I speak to everybody. If the people are bothered by it, I speak on it. If the people are bothered and want change, I speak on that. It’s the same way I felt as a youngster when Ronald Reagan was in office.

My voice at that point didn’t fuckin’ matter to anybody. I didn’t care. You know what’s different today? I’m older, that means I’m more responsible. That means paying attention to what’s happening to my country. But in reality, art is gonna thrive regardless. Whether it’s affected by who’s in office or not, art thrives. I live in that—I live in those walls, I live in those wires, I live in those pencils and papers, and that sound. I’m not caught up in politics. I saw Gerald Ford and his vice president Nelson Rockefeller. I saw Jimmy Carter.

I saw Ronald Reagan, and I saw George Bush, Sr. I saw Bill Clinton, George Bush, Jr., and Barack Obama. I’m good. I got my own things to say and I been saying how I feel on the mic. Sometimes people ask me “Why you didn’t say this?” or “Why you didn’t talk about that?” You got a million people out here with a million different views and I heard it all. I talked about it all. I thought about most of the shit somebody could think of. I move through action. My music is action. What I’m giving you through my music is my actions. I might have a song I want to deliver and then do things around that song that represents that song. And that can represent people and change and help with the education of young people. I like those ideas. I like ideas about helping kids in the inner city want to learn. Helping them want to be more. I’m all about being what you can be, because you never know.

That position, the presidency, seems so far away. But Barack Obama changed the game so that now, whether you’re a woman or Latino or whoever, you can feel that running for office can be a real goal. Winning the election could be real for someone in this country, if that’s what you want. As a kid, at one point I thought I wanted to go to film school. It was gonna be films or music. Steven Spielberg, George Lucas—those were big names for me coming up.

I’m doing all the things I ever dreamed of, even though there was a Ronald Reagan, even though there was laws that ruthlessly destroyed the black community, put tons of us in prison on trumped-up charges, and put us in jail for a long time over crimes that other people get a smack on the hand for. It’s basically slavery. It’s like the top of Sacha Jenkins’ documentary, Burn, Motherfucker Burn! where this guy says “I see blacks as a superior pet.” You know what I’m talking about?

I read Eastern philosophy as a teen, so I see balance in everything, I have a cooler head because of it. If I could do that then, now we can save many more, ya dig? Especially in this day and age with all the resources we have, all the information of the Information Age, And that’s whether Trump’s in office or not. So, I don’t got time for lippin’. I got time for actions. Anytime I’m speaking it’s action.

Runtown's new song 'For Life' goes global; makes it to BET Jams

Nigerian superstar, Runtown continues to hit the right spots with his music and the year 2017 has clearly seen him conquer new grounds. Just days after the release of his first single of the year titled 'For Life' the chart topping song has just made it to the coveted 'BET Jams list.

The popular BET Jams is an American digital cable television network that is controlled by BET Networks and owned by Viacom Media Networks.

The channel features hip-hop and urban contemporary music videos. The network, formerly known as MTV Jams, was rebranded under the BET banner on October 5, 2015. This is the latest in the long list of impressive achievements made by the Eric Many frontline act who has enjoyed a remarkable year with multi million naira endorsement deals, sold out concerts and tours all over the world.

Below is the official video for the song 'For Life' shot in London and directed by award winning

Lil Steve – Party (Prod. By Swisslizz)

Lil Steve – Party (Prod. By Swisslizz)

Lil Steve is not resting on his laurels so far. His singles Ada and Throway are still doing considerably well on radio and online but he’s decided to add more coal to the already burning fire.
His new song ‘Party’ is a mid tempo dance-able tune produced by ‘Swisslizz’. This song is destined to ‘Scatter’ any place as said by Steve on this tune; listen download and share with your friends.

The president and a number of people know what Covfefe means - Sean Spicer

Wednesday evening, White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer addressed the President's viral 'Covfefe' tweet. While taking questions from journalists during the daily briefings, Spicer gave a whole new perspective to the word, saying, 'the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant'.

The big question now is, 'What is COVFEFE'?

LEAK: Wizkid ft. Chris Brown – African Bad Girl (prod. Sarz)

Wizkid ft. Chris Brown – African Bad Girl (prod. Sarz)

With Sounds From The Other Side set to drop in June, Wizkid‘s 3 year old Chris Brown collaboration makes its way to the internet. I hear a video is in the works, and the song will be officially released as Wizkid‘s follow-up single to “Come Closer“.

Listen and share your thoughts  

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott show massive PDA in LA

Rapper, Travis Scott, 25, was spotted on Wednesday, giving his new rumoured girlfriend Kylie Jenner, a warm embrace and a firm grab on her bum in Los Angeles. More photos after the cut...

Police arrest suspected kidnappers of Lagos school students

The Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT, of the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has arrested three suspects in connection with last Thursday's kidnap of six male students of Igbonla Model School, Igbonla near Epe in Lagos state.
According to an assistant commissioner of police, Abba Kyari, the three suspects were today arrested in Benin city, Edo state and they have confessed to have carried out the kidnapping of some important personalities in Ogun and Lagos state.

“Three of the militant kidnappers, who left the creek and came to Benin to visit one of their members that was injured in recent gun battle with security agents, were arrested by IRT in Benin. The suspects are Egelu Endurance, aka Jubby, 25, a native of Abere town in Ovia South L.G.A Edo; Stanley Yomi Irabomini, 25, aka Powei from Ovia South LGA of Edo State and Bentel Endurance, 24, also from Ovia South LGA Edo State. The suspects claimed they came to Benin to see their injured colleague and relax for a while before going back to the creek”he said

Osinbajo's aide reveals why he is yet to sign the 2017 budget

According to the media aide to acting president Yemi Osinbajo, Laolu Akande, some issues have been identified in the 2017 budget and the presidency and the National Assembly members are at the moment, working to address them.

Photos: Nigerian man abducted and murdered by sea pirates


One Captain Chris Ndukwe Oshuoha has been killed by Sea pirates. Details surrounding his death are still sketchy, however, according to friends and family, he was reportedly captured by the pirates while on duty at sea and murdered. He left behind a wife, Florence Anthony Oshuoha and a 2-year-old daughter.

Photos: Another South African woman goes missing

The South African Police are desperately looking for a 60-year-old woman who went missing on Tuesday, May 30, 2017.
According to reports, Loretta Lamont left home at about 5pm on that fateful day wearing a black skirt, boots and jersey. She said she was on her way to Helen Joseph Hospital in Johannesburg but has since not returned back home.

When LIB reached out to Vidian Ghanie, a member of her family, she confirmed the sad story to us.

'Yes, my aunt went missing. She had an operation on her leg in March and the bandages have to be changed once a week. She went to Helen Joseph Hospital for her check up and never returned. We have opened a missing person's case with the police.'
'We have been searching for her since Tuesday. We have checked hospitals, police stations, and other family members but our last options will be mortuaries. I never expected something like this to happen to us.' the heartbroken woman said.'
Yesterday, we reported on a similar case of a 30-year-old woman who went missing for two weeks but was later found dead in her office

Kidnappers release abducted House of Representatives member, Garba Durbunde

A member of the House of Representatives, Garba Durbunde, who was kidnapped by unknown men along the Abuja-Kaduna highway on Tuesday May 30th, has been released. According to an aide of the lawmaker, Tunde Adela, the lawmaker who represents Takai/Sumaila federal constituency of Kano state at the lower legislative chamber, was released last night.

There are reports that his release was facilitated after a ransom was paid.

Durbunde was on his way from Abuja to Kano when he was abducted.

Former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Austin Ejide to bury mom on June 2nd

Austin Ejide, a former Super Eagles of Nigeria goalkeeper who recently agreed to a three-year deal with newly promoted Israeli Liga Leumit outfit Hapoel Hadera, will bury his late mom, Mrs. Mary Onuekwusia Ejide on the 2nd of June in Agulu, Anambra State.
She died in April after a brief illness in the United States of America, at the age of 67.

The Burial Arrangements are as follows;

Thursday, 1st June, 2017: Service of Song at her husbands compound at Nneogidi Village, Agulu.

Friday, 2nd June, 2017: Funeral Service at St. Stephen’s Ang. Church, Agulu.

Saturday, 3rd June 2017: Condolence visit by In-Laws, Friends, and well-wishers continues.

Sunday, 4th June 2017: Outing Service at St. Stephen’s Ang. Church, Agulu.
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