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Friday, August 31, 2018


TOA, the international multiple award winning musician is out with another great song titled BABY YO.
The famous SELESE and FREEDOM hits singer, just released this melodious afro-highlife, with great vocal and emotional sound.
Follow TOA on his handles:
Facebook: TOA
Instagram: toaofficial
Twitter: toasotie


VIDEO: DJ WorldWide feat. Lil Kesh & Young Jonn – Savage

DJ WorldWide feat. Lil Kesh & Young Jonn – Savage

DJ WorldWide feat. Lil Kesh & Young Jonn – Savage
The Video debut single “Savage” from Life on the road (vol 1) couldn’t come at a better time. DJ Worldwide features Lil kesh & Young Jonn.

VIDEO: Bukwild – One Bottle

Superstar singer Bukwild wastes no time in putting out the visuals for his latest single, “ONE BOTTLE” which was shot by CDB in Port Harcourt. The video is simple and lovely.
One Bottle” was produced by LXE. Watch and enjoy.

VIDEO: Solidstar – Shawarma

After all the teases building up anticipation, Solidstar finally premieres the official music video to his recently heard feel good tune – “Shawarma”. The crispy fresh visuals was directed by Chidube.

VIDEO: Santi Ft. Bridge, Nonso Amadi – Freaky

Santi offers up the visuals to his latest single “Freaky” featuring Bridge and Nonso Amadi. The video direction serves up the old Nollywood Horror movie feel as it’s shot in Retro Color and takes cues from props used in that timeframe which was a norm in the early to mid-1990s.

Watch “Freaky” and share your thoughts below.

You won't believe what Elvin from the Cosby show now does for a living

The Cosby show was really big back in the days, and so were the stars in it. But most of them have now left the spotlight.

Geoffrey Owens, the actor who played Elvin on the Cosby show now works as a cashier at Trader Joe's, Clifton, New Jersey, where he gets paid around $11 per hour, according to Radar Online.

A customer who saw him at the store said: “He looked bloated and unhappy" as he rang up her items.

See recent photo of him working at Trader Joe's below.

Serena Williams to face sister Venus Williams for the 30th time in US Open third round today

Serena Williams, 36, will face her elder sister Venus Williams, 38, for the 30th time on Friday night at the Arthur Ashe Stadium after they booked their spots in the third round of the US Open.

Serena eased into the third round encounter with a 6-2, 6-2 win over German world number 101 Carina Witthoeft on Tuesday, while her sister Venus made it into the third round with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over Camila Giorgi of Italy.

This is the pair's earliest meeting at a major since the Australian Open in 1998, and also their second encounter of 2018 and the 30th career WTA Tour match between the two.

Speaking ahead of the clash, Serena said: 'Every match is just looking forward to the next, which is going to obviously be incredibly hard,’

‘It’s obviously a tough match. It’s so young in the tournament. It is what it is. In an ideal world, we’d meet later.

While Venus said in her post-match press conference: ‘Yeah, I mean, obviously, it’s early in the tournament, so both of us are going to be looking forward to continuing to play better. ‘Obviously, it’s definitely a tough draw,' she said in her on-court interview.

Petrol tanker explodes in Rivers State; houses, church burnt

A tanker laddened with petrol, overturned and exploded around Eliozu Bridge on G. U. Ake road, Obio-Akpor Local Government area of Port Harcourt, Rivers State yesterday August 30th.

The explosion destroyed properties worth millions of Naira. A church, Christ Living Miracle Church, a hotel, four shops, an event and catering center worth over N500 million were razed in the inferno.

Commenting on the incident, the pastor of the affected church, Bumi Grace, said

“When the tanker fell and fire started, the electricity transformer close caught fire, exploded and the fire spread the more. Before fire fighters came the thing had gone far.

“The incident will affect our service, but we must gather to worship God. What was destroyed here is over 300 million because we did not remove anything here.

“I was in the house when I received a call that my church is on fire. I got a vision of fire incident, and we organized a prayer and fasting. We finished prayers yesterday own and this morning this thing happened.”

One of the owners of the shops affected, Amaka Ugu, said that this would be the third time a tanker has fallen on that spot and called on the government for prompt attention.

“What I have lost is over a million naira, but my neighbor lost over 12 million because he just came back from market. He sells rugs. “When I woke up somebody called me that another tanker has fallen. This is the third time tanker is falling here this year. The government has to do something about this.”

Photos: Police committee begins inspection of FSARS Detention Facilities nationwide

Following the directive of the vice president, Yemi Osinbajo, for an overhaul of the operations of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Sqaud FSARS, the police committee set up by the Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Idris, to effect the changes in SARS, has begun an inspection of FSARS detention facilities.

This is to ensure the facilities are in good standard and in no way abuse the humanrights of those that would be kept in them.

This was disclosed by ACP Yomi Shogunle.

Homeless man sues couple who raised $400k to help him

A homeless man who went viral last year after he gave a stranded woman his last $20, is now suing the woman and her husband after they raised money to help him.

Last year, Johnny Bobbitt gave his last $20 to Kate McClure when her car ran out of petrol. Kate shared the news online and Johnny went viral.

Subsequently, Kate and her husband, Mark D'Amico started an online fundraiser for him, which drew contributions from over 14,000 donors. The US couple raised more than $400,000 to help Bobbitt. But the homeless man is now accusing them of using the donations as their own "piggy bank".

On Tuesday, Bobbitt, 35, filed a lawsuit alleging fraud and conspiracy. Lawyers representing Bobbitt wrote in documents filed in Mount Holly, Philadelphia, that the couple had used the GoFundMe account they set up for Mr Bobbitt "to fund a lifestyle that they could not otherwise afford".

Mr D'Amico works as a carpenter and Ms McClure is a receptionist for the New Jersey Department of Transportation, according to local media.

In recent interviews, Mr Bobbitt said Ms McClure, 28, and Mr D'Amico, 39, had recently paid for trips to Las Vegas and Florida, and a new BMW. Bobbitt says the couple sold his camper, gambled away some of his money, and have declined to provide him with any financial records.

But, last week, Ms McClure told the Philadelphia Inquirer she felt frustrated and betrayed, and that she still wished to help Mr Bobbitt.

"I don't want to lose my job over this," she tearfully told the newspaper.

The couple claims he once blew $25,000 on drugs in just 13 days.

"Every dollar he ever touched was used for drugs," Mr D'Amico told NBC in a nationally televised interview on Monday.

A judge is set to hear the case on Thursday.
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