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Thursday, April 12, 2018

CELEBRITY UPDATES: BCROSS SAID I hate when people act like hypocrites. READ BELOW

CELEBRITY UPDATES: BCROSS  SAID  I hate when people act like hypocrites. READ BELOW



Gloria Johnson popularly known as Gee Jay(GJ) an artist in the diaspora was born on 12th August 1989. She's from Edo state Nigeria. She completed her school in Minna Niger state. Right after her school, she proceeded into hair styling professionally in the city of Abuja(F.C.T) since it's what she already know how to do, before relocating to Europe where she started pursuing her music career. Her first single received positive reviews and became the best new single of the year 2016 with an ABMA AWARD. Gee Jay did a collaboration with the popular duo Psquare on "BANK ALERT GMIX" after she made and shared a video of herself singing bank alert in a gospel way which went viral. Paul of psquare saw it, liked it and released it with her officially Dec 27th 2016. She has other singles-like; SWEET MAMA, Langa Langa, E.D.O, AHMEN and WARRIOR. Gee Jay won an NEU Award and holds the position of the best female artist in the diaspora at the moment.

Mariah Carey reveals her battle with bipolar disorder

Mariah Carey has spoken for the first time about her struggle with bipolar disorder.

Speaking in a new interview with PEOPLE for this week’s cover story titled, ““My Battle With Bipolar Disorder”, the 48-years-old pop singer told the magazine’s editor in chief, Jess Cagle, that she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2001, following her hospitalization for a physical and mental breakdown.

According to her, it was only recently that she began receiving treatment after “the hardest couple of years I’ve been through”

She is now in therapy and taking medication for bipolar II disorder, which involves periods of depression as well as hypomania (less severe than the mania associated with bipolar I disorder, but can still cause irritability, sleeplessness and hyperactivity).

“Until recently I lived in denial and isolation and in constant fear someone would expose me,” she says. “It was too heavy a burden to carry and I simply couldn’t do that anymore. I sought and received treatment, I put positive people around me and I got back to doing what I love — writing songs and making music.”

“I’m actually taking medication that seems to be pretty good. It’s not making me feel too tired or sluggish or anything like that. Finding the proper balance is what is most important,” Carey tells PEOPLE.

“For a long time I thought I had a severe sleep disorder,” continues Carey, now back in the studio working on an album due later this year. “But it wasn’t normal insomnia and I wasn’t lying awake counting sheep. I was working and working and working … I was irritable and in constant fear of letting people down. It turns out that I was experiencing a form of mania. Eventually, I would just hit a wall. I guess my depressive episodes were characterized by having very low energy. I would feel so lonely and sad — even guilty that I wasn’t doing what I needed to be doing for my career.”

On why she decided to speak about bipolar struggles, Carey, who co-parents her 6-year-old twins Monroeand Moroccan with ex-husband Nick Cannon said: “I’m just in a really good place right now, where I’m comfortable discussing my struggles with bipolar II disorder. I’m hopeful we can get to a place where the stigma is lifted from people going through anything alone. It can be incredibly isolating. It does not have to define you and I refuse to allow it to define me or control me.

President Buhari links Gadaffi’s hitmen with killer-herdsmen

President Buhari has said that the killer-herdsmen carrying out various attacks in some parts of the country are gunmen trained by the late Libyan President Muammar Gadaffi.

A statement by presidential media aide, Femi Adesina, says President Buhari disclosed this at the Abuja House in London when he received Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.

According to President Buhari, the gunmen escaped into Nigeria and other West African countries after Gadaffi’s death.

”The problem is even older than us. It has always been there, but now made worse by the influx of gunmen from the Sahel region into different parts of the West African sub-region. They were trained and armed by Muammar Gadaffi of Libya. When he was killed, the gunmen escaped with their arms. We encountered some of them fighting with Boko Haram. Herdsmen that we used to know carried only sticks and maybe a cutlass to clear the way, but these ones now carry sophisticated weapons. The problem is not religious, but sociological and economic. But we are working on solutions.”

Responding to questions on the remaining Dapchi school girl still in Boko Haram captivity, President said:

”We are managing the matter quietly. Making noise would not help. We are collecting as much intelligence as possible, working with the Red Cross and other international organisations. There are too many fraudulent people around, who claim they can do this and that. We won’t deal with them. That was how we got the Dapchi girls back, and the Chibok girls.”

President Trump lifts travel restrictions on Chad

President Donald Trump has removed Chad from the requirement of enhanced immigrant vetting because the country has demonstrated it no longer poses any security threat to U.S. interests.

“Trump signed a proclamation today announcing that the Republic of Chad has improved its identity-management and information sharing practices sufficiently to meet the baseline security standard of the U.S. Chad nationals will therefore again be able to receive visas for travel to the U.S.,’’ the White House said in a statement.

Trump’s proclamation states that Chad shares information used in the U.S. screening and vetting programmes about known or suspected terrorists.

“Chad also improved its handling of lost and stolen passports, which helps the United States and other partners prevent fraudulent use of the documents,’’ the proclamation said.

The departments of State and Homeland Security began in December to restrict the entry of nationals from Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Somalia, Venezuela and Yemen. The measure was part of Trump’s executive order on immigration.

Prosecutors narrate how husband killed Nigerian artiste Alizee and poisoned their daughter as court remands him in custody

A Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court sitting in Lagos on Wednesday remanded a Danish national, Peter Nielsen, who was suspected of killing his wife, Zainab Ali- Nielsen and their three-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Petra.

Chief Magistrate Kikelomo Ayeye remanded Nielsen, 53, in Ikoyi Prison, following an application by the police. Nielsen was docked on a two-count charge of unlawful killing.

Nielsen’s plea was not taken. He was represented by Frank Udoka Amah. Prosecuting counsel, Effiong Asuquo, tendered a three-page application, containing 15 grounds for Nielsen’s remand in prison.

He said: “There is overwhelming forensic evidence linking the defendant to the assault and murder of his wife and daughter. Investigation has also shown that the defendant was habitually violent to his late wife, Zainab.”

According to Asuquo, a fight broke out between the couple in their flat at about 3:00 a.m. on that fateful day. Nielsen was allegedly seen fighting and hitting the deceased’s head on a wall by her two relations, Mimi, 11, and Faith, 13 who lived with them.

She died from injuries sustained from the assault. The prosecutor alleged that Nielsen then poisoned Petra before dragging her body into the kitchen.

Asuquo said: “He took the lifeless little girl and put her under the mother’s body and then put on gas stove burners in the kitchen so that it will be believed that the wife and daughter were suffocated to death by the cooking gas.

It is in the national interest that the suspect remain in prison pending legal advice and his arraignment and trial.” Chief Magistrate Ayeye upheld his prayer. She remanded Nielsen in prison and adjourned the case till May 8 for the DPP’s advice.

VIDEO: Charlotte Dipanda – Sista ft. Yemi Alade

When two African queens come together we can only but expect a killer number like Sista. Cameroon’s superstar diva Charlotte Dipanda teams up with one of Nigeria’s best female exports, Yemi Alade on an amazing track titled Sista. The video put together by Kurlevra pictures, represents the female African dream.
Strong powerful women all garnished in sumptious African attires came in to complement the good song and melodious voices. Enjoy this brand new track from Charlotte Dipanda and Yemi Alade titled Sista; which us housed on  Dipanda’s new album “Un jour dans ma vie”.

VIDEO: Niniola – Magun

Off her debut album “This Is Me”, queen of afro-house – Niniola returns with the visuals to the fan favourite tune – “Magun”
The song was produced by the usual suspect – Sarz and the video was directed by Clarence Peters
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