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VIDEO: Marz Brown – Unilag Boy

VIDEO: Marz Brown – Unilag Boy

VIDEO: Marz Brown – Unilag Boy

#NoLabelYet unveils the official visuals for Marz Brown’s latest smash
hit “Unilag Boy” ,The audio for the song was released last month, Marz
Brown who is also student of University of Lagos had to made it an
Anthem because of the prestige it gives to students of the most
prestigious University in Nigeria and students all over Nigeria,this
groovy gbedu was produced by Da Beat on d beat and Mix and mastered by
Sukasounds , Unilag Boy is gradually becoming the latest party starter
song and the video here will just give you another thousands reasons
to fall for the song over and over again.The Video was Directed by
Stanz Visuals

VIDEO: Idahams – Anything For You


“Grafton records newest act Idahams releases video to his debut single ‘‘Anything for you’

The video which was shot in a location in Lagos and was directed by Adams Gud.

Idahams shows how far he can go to win the girl of his heart in the video with crisp clear visuals

‘Anything for you’ the track has already been buzzing the airwaves and the streets in the south south of Nigeria and promises to be the festive street anthem

Enjoy the video”

"If you think I'm gay, send your girlfriend over to my house and see what happens"- Shemar Moore

In an exclusive interview with BET, former Criminal Minds star, Shemar Moore opened up about his new feature film The Bounceback, love life, the backlash he faced from Toni Braxton for sharing details of their fling and also addressed the gay rumors that seem to have taken hold of his social media mentions. Read after the cut...

Speaking of relationships, last time we spoke, you talked a little bit about your fling with Toni Braxton back in the day. She was upset by what you said. Do you have any regrets about that, and have you two spoken since?

No, I haven't. I've seen her sister and her mother, and I don't regret ... The only thing I regret is that it was interpreted by her or whoever. I don't know to this day how she felt. I didn't mean anything maliciously. I never mean to offend anybody. I'm not above anybody. I'm grateful for my time with anybody that I've had a relationship with, because that's how I grow, that's how I learn. So my time with Toni, it was nice, but it was very brief. So if anybody's offended by anything I said ... that wasn't my agenda. Besides, I saw [Toni's mom] at the Emmys, she gave me a hug, so I think we're all right.

I have to ask you about the gay rumors that keep popping up. You often take to social media refute these rumors. Why do you feel the need to address them?
I just think it's all silly. If you're gay, you're gay. I'm not, and I know that, and I'm very comfortable with who I am, and I love women. I've dated plenty of them. If you think I'm gay, send your girlfriend over to my house for the weekend, and see what happens. For real. You can call that arrogant if you want to. I just call it confident. You can call me whatever you want, but you don't know me.
I have fans that are gay, men that come up to me, and they're inspired by me, or they like me as an entertainer, and when they want to give me a hug or take pictures with me, what, am I supposed to not put my arm around them, or stand next to them, and if the man next to me in the picture is gay, that makes me gay? That's just simpleminded ignorance, and I don't play that.

Christina Milan and Kelly Rowland put on a busty display at GQ Men Of The Year party

It was an award show for men but it was the women who carried the day led by Christina Milan and Kelly Rowland. The pair turned heads in outfits which showed off plenty of flesh. The ladies, both aged 35, were dressed to drop jaws as they put their cleavage on full display in their extremely low-cut dresses. More photos

Kardashian sisters reportedly assure Blac Chyna that the trademark drama was a formality

Companies owned by the Kardashians filed legal documents to block Blac Chyna, from trademarking the 'Kardashian' name for use. Although her lawyer Walter Mosley reacted, saying he was “shocked” to learn that the request was being opposed but he was going to diligently continue the case, it is being reported that the sisters had no idea and their manager/mother, Kris Jenner has reached out to settle the issue. TMZ reports:

Blac Chyna got railroaded by the Kardashians' attorneys -- not the K sisters themselves -- in her effort to trademark herself as a member of the fam ... and now Kris Jenner's doing damage control.
Sources close to BC tell TMZ ... Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe reached out to her and assured her their lawyers were following standard ops when they filed docs to block Chyna's application to trademark "Angela Renee Kardashian" -- not singling her out. The assurances were necessary after the language the lawyers used. We broke the story ... the docs said all 3 sisters would "suffer damage including irreparable injury to their reputation and goodwill" if Chyna got the green light to use the Kardashian name in entertainment.
We're told Kris personally told Chyna there's no beef ... it was a simple mix-up and she's calling off the legal eagles. For now, everyone's saying the right things to make Chyna feel better about the legal diss -- but, fact is, her trademark still hasn't been approved. Until it is ... it's a lot of lip service

Kerry Washington steps out for first time ater the birth of her child in rare appearance with husband Nnamdi Asomugha

Kerry Washington and her husband Nnamdi Asomugha left their two babies at home to attend the Ambassadors for Humanity Gala Benefiting USC Shoah Foundation in Hollywood, Los Angeles on Thursday. The actress gave birth to their second child, a son, Caleb Kelechi Asomugha. This marks the Scandal star's first public appearance since giving birth to their son in October.

The couple, who rarely make public appearances together, looked amazing at the event. The couple mingled with renowned filmmakers Steven Spielberg and honoree George Lucas at the event.

Prior to giving birth, the 39-year-old actress said at this year's Emmy Awards that she was nervous about having two children in the house. She said:

"I'm an only child so every time the family grows it uh... it brings up a little bit of anxiety," she explained. "But it’s fantastic. I'm really happy."Kerry Washington and Asomugha welcomed their first child, a daughter, Isabelle, in April 2014.

Photos: Venezuelan man spends over £30K in a bid to look like Red Skull

Henry Rodriguez, a 37yr old dad of one from Venezuela has spent £30K in a bid to look like Marvel villain, Red Skull who is popularly known as Captain America's nemesis. Images show his transformation as he first gets his eyes tattooed black, has implants inserted into his head and then undergoes a painful operation to have part of his nose removed.

Despite his scary appearance, Henry who now calls himself Red Skull insists he is still a loving husband and dad to three-year-old son, Aaron and family photos show that this is very much the case. Pictures show Henry taking Aaron out for meals, carrying him on his shoulders and reading to him in bed.

Speaking of his surgery, Henry’s friend Pablo Hernandez, said:

“He has loved comic books since he was a kid and always dreamed of being Red Skull, but never got round to doing it. “Then he met up with a brilliant surgeon who specialises in extreme body modifications and just knew that this was his opportunity.”

Nasir ElRufai & the Bloodfest in Southern Kaduna (Part 1)

Read his piece below...

"We will write this for all to read. Anyone, soldier or not, that kills the Fulani takes a loan repayable one day no matter how long it takes" - Mallam Nasir El Rufai, 2012.
I will never forget these words. How I wish that my friend and brother, Governor Nasir El Rufai, expressed the same level of angst, cold rage, chilling resolve and passion for vengeance after the murder of millions of defenceless and innocent non-Fulanis,
Including women and children, in his own Kaduna state and indeed all over the country since the coming to power of the Buhari regime one year and seven months ago.

How I wish that he could have learnt a lesson or two from other Nigerian leaders of Fulani extraction who are far more restrained, mature, experienced, knowledgeable and responsible than him like Vice President Atiku Abubakar, Senator Ahmed Makarfi, Hon. Minister Kabiru Turaki, Hon. Minister Hadi Sirika, Governor Sule Lamido, Col. Abubakar Dangiwa Umar, General Aliyu Gusau and countless others that careless and ill-advised assertions, vicious threats and a lack of decorum and restraint have no place in public discourse and could lead to unimaginable consequences including the loss of innocent lives. After all, we are ALL Nigerians.

Given the circumstances I am constrained to write the following for all to see: the spilling of innocent blood in the name of vengeance, religion, ethnicity or anything else is expensive and it comes with a heavy price.

Those who willfully shed it will face the consequences of their actions. They will pay a heavy price from generation to generation both in this world and in the world to come.

Given all the horror stories of murder and butchery that we hear about in Kaduna state today things have certainly got out of hand and every Nigerian, whether they be Christian or Muslim, ought to be deeply concerned.

Such is the carnage and wasting of innocent lives that I cannot but support the columnist Sam Omatseye's call on Christians in southern Kaduna to rise up and use all lawful means to defend themselves from what can, to all intents and purposes, only be described as genocide.

I also support the appeal to the Christian Association of Nigeria to use all lawful means to assist and support them and I commend the gallantry and resilience of the Southern Kaduna's People Union (SOKAPU) who have consistently spoken out and resisted the evil that the good people of southern Kaduna have been subjected to over the years.

I also commend the efforts of men like Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, Pastor Temitope Joshua, Apostle Suleiman and numerous others who have consistently urged restraint when it comes to such matters but who, at the same time, have always insisted on justice and equity for the oppressed, the poor, the weak, the vulnerable and the deprived.

For as Thomas Jefferson, one of the great founding fathers of the United States of America once said, "when injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty".

Self-defence, like self-determination, is a fundamental and inalienable human right and those that take pleasure in mass murder and carnage must be resisted and stopped.

Those that kill, maim and destroy their fellow human beings and compatriots in the name of ethnic and religious hegemony and under the guise of cattle-rearing and herding cows must be brought to justice.

When the International Global Index identified a group that they described as the "Fulani militants" and "herdsmen of Nigeria" as the "fourth most deadly terrorist organisation in the world" the international community was shocked and many world leaders expressed their concern and outrage.

It was only in Nigeria that we took it in our stride and that people found it difficult to comprehend the implications or appreciate the dangers and complexity of the challenge that we were faced with.

It was also only in Nigeria that the government brushed the matter under the carpet and refused to disarm the murderous terrorists or even condemn their actions.

It was only in Nigeria that everyone hid under their beds and ran for cover and refused to say it as it is even though they all knew the truth.

It was only in Nigeria that the blood and the lives of the numerous victims of the Janjaweed-style marauders and murderers were regarded as being less precious and less sacred than the blood of their tormentors and killers.

The fact of the matter is that this is a major issue and a collective challenge. This fight is beyond politics: it is an ancient struggle which is being fought in pursuance of an ancient cause.

Worst still it has an international and global dimension. Simply put, it is essentially about the supression and systematic destruction and humiliation of the so-called "lesser peoples" and supposedly "inferior ethnic nationalities" of the hybrid mega-nation called Nigeria.

It is about the enslavement, the breaking of the will, the total subjugation and the complete annihilation of an entire people and various ethnic nationalities within that mega-nation.

It is about the forced aquisition of the land, culture, destiny and souls of others, ethnic and religious domination and good old-fashioned conquest.

That is the monuemental challenge that we are faced with in Nigeria today by those that covertly commissioned and armed the herdsmen and that are using them to do a dirty job.

Yet few wish to admit let alone discuss, hear or publish such bitter truths in our country. And those of us that are willing to do so are insulted, attacked, maligned, persecuted, threatened, ostracised and labellled as rebels and dissidents simply because we have cultivated the strength and courage to identify the problem, speak the truth and stand up for the weak and the oppressed.

The tyrant forgets that truth and timely counsel is worth its weight in gold. He forgets that it is better to have an honest and vocal opposition than to have a false friend.

He forgets that he either controls those in his inner circle and his numerous courtiers, security chiefs, Ministers and advisors or they will end up controlling him and pushing him to fatal error.

We his subjects try our best to keep quite and ignore the commission of atrocities that we see in our nation every day by his security forces and his blood-thirsty and blood-curdling kinsmen that have constituted themselves into a well-armed reserve army and a formidable and murderous ethnic militia.

Instead of speaking out boldly and loudly or protesting in the streets we choose to keep the peace and stay at home and pray.

Yet, unabated, the horror show simply goes on and on. The nightmare continues to unfold and the black flag of death, destruction and carnage is hoisted higher every day.

No-one is spared in this bloodfest of terror and butchery. Today it is the defiant Biafrans and the good people of the south-east that are being shot, slaughtered, tormented and "cut to pieces" and tomorrow it is the good people of Agatu and the Middle Belt or the residents and farmers of the south-west and the Niger Delta.

And in all this our response is nothing but fear, trepidation and weakness. Our collective resolve to stand against evil has long been broken. We continue to bite the bullet, take the pain, reign in our rage, maintain our stoic and cowardly silence and encourage those that seek to avenge their loved ones and kinsmen to do nothing, to remain calm and to leave it all to God.

Yet there are some things that are beyond the pale and that cannot be ignored. When those that are charged with the responsibility of protecting us and bringing those that kill our kith and kin to justice are complicit in the barborous actions of the terrorists we cannot remain silent. And if we do God Himself will judge us.

When a sitting Governor like Nasir El Rufai can boldly and openly say "tell them (meaning the terrorising and murderering Fulani militants and herdsmen) that the governor is a Fulani like them and give them this money" you are encouraging murder and empowering murderers.

When you talk like that you are provoking the sensitivities and rage of every non-Fulani in your state and in the entire nation.

When you say such a thing you are rubbing raw salt in a fresh wound and you are plunging a sharp and long butchers knife deep into the hearts of the loved ones of all those that were murdered and mutilated in your state and elsewhere by those barbaric killers that you have described as your kinsmen and friends.

When you speak so callously and with such insensitivity you are murdering and butchering the murdered and burchered victims all over again, rubbishing their memory, insulting their families and pissing on their graves.

When you say that you have paid your Fulani brothers and kinsmen from Chad, the Niger Republic, Mali, Senegal, the Camerouns and God knows where else money to stop them from coming to our country and your state to kill our Christian brothers and sisters in southern Kaduna instead of bringing them to justice for shedding innocent blood it means that you are a murderer as well.

When you talk like that it means that you are what is known as an "enabler" or as an "accessory after the fact" in law and you are nothing but an accomplice to and friend, sponsor and sympathiser of mass murderers.

It means that you are not just a murderer but you are also a genocidal maniac. Worse of all you know very well that the money that you have publicly admitted to giving them will be used to buy more deadly weapons and ammunition which will then be used to slaughter, maim, kidnap and terrorise even more innocent and defenceless people from your constituency and elsewhere in Nigeria.

If it is not Shiite Muslims that are being killed in Kaduna today it is our brothers and sisters in southern Kaduna. Not only are they massacred but they are also buried in unmarked mass and shallow graves where pigs feed off their carcasses and decaying flesh.

How wicked and heartless can we be to one another? Where is the milk of human kindness? Where is compassion and mercy? Where is justice, succour and protection for the poor, the deprived, the unconnected and the needy?

For God sake the killing must stop. I implore you in the name of God to use your powerful office to defend the oppressed and to protect the voiceless in your state and not to encourage or support the predators who feed on human flesh and who take pleasure in the destruction, suffering and misery of others.

Those that bathe in the blood of the innocents and that delight in indulging in cruelty and crushing the bones of the weak may have today but tomorrow belongs to us.

As the leader of the American-based Nation of Islam movement, the respected Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, once said,

"God is on the side of the weak, the oppressed. God is never in favor of the tyrant! And fighting against tyranny really is obedience to God. So God will have His way, no matter what the jury or government does. But if they are wicked enough to deny these families justice, then God will answer—and I fear the terrible nature of His chastisement. Be warned".

For those that are in power today in Kaduna and Nigeria a word is enough for the wise. Our God is alive and He rules in the affairs of men. Vengeance belongs to Him: He will repay.

Permit me to conclude the first part of this write up with the words of Senator La'ah who represents the people of southern Kaduna in the Senate.

In a statement he issued to newsmen on Wednesday 4th December the Senator asserted that Governor El-Rufai has been able to identify the killers and their locations.

He added, “This will lead to their sponsors in Nigeria and other places. Nigeria should then use its diplomatic relationship and extradite these murderers of its citizens, plunders and arsonists to face justice in Nigeria.

“After Governor El-Rufai’s term in office, it should be possible to prosecute him for being an accessory to mass murder, since he has refused to reveal these findings to the rightful authority for actions to stop the evil that is spreading to many states today.

“This is from the outcome of Newspapers’ and online captions quoting governor El -Rufai as saying that he has had to trace some of the murderous Fulani herdsmen that have been killing defenceless innocent Southern Kaduna natives and destroying their villages, the news sources said that after tracing them, he told them that he was also a Fulani man and paid them sums of money to stop the massacre, burning and tearing down of scores of communities in Southern Kaduna.

“That not done with, the Governor also uttered a very bizarre threat that he has compiled for arrest and prosecution, names of persons asking the people of Southern Kaduna to defend themselves against the obvious inability of the Chief Security Officer of the state – Governor Nasir El-Rufai – to secure their lives and property and save them the trauma of being under perpetual fear of further unprovoked violence.

“Knowing how swiftly he reacts to any untoward issue unfairly thrown at him in the media, I have waited for days to hear or read a rebuttal from him but to no avail.

“This therefore confirms these unfortunate utterances as truly that of the governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai.

“I wish to state that these statements are not only unfortunate, callous, insensitive, crude and demeaning of his office and intelligence, it throws him up as a bigot and hater of Southern Kaduna and we are holding him as an accomplice in the ongoing genocide in Southern Kaduna.” (TO BE CONTINUED).

Graphic: Burn victim admitted at ABUTH, Zaria needs help

Muktar Umar was severely burnt in a fire disaster and is currently admitted at the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital (ABUTH) Zaria, for surgery...

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