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Timi Dakolo asked his Kids What they Don't Like About him & Here's What They Said


WAWUU!!! TTT Is Back On WhatsApp With Bisola And Their Conversation Has Leaked

Last time we got TTT's WhatsApp, his wife blocked him. Bisola: TTT love ... Thin Tall Tony: Hello ma. Bisola: Who is ma? TTT: You ma. Bisola: Which zone is that one that you are trying to put me now? TTT: I'm just greeting you ma. Bisola: You can't even say you missed me, didn't you see me cry for you on national TV when you got evicted? TTT: Sorry ma, it was just a game. Bisola: What game, we were always together during the show, shebi we kissed, enjoyed each other's company, I shaved for you, washed your clothes, and even performed headies for you. What did I not do for you this man... Bisola: I'm waiting for you to tell me that ring I saw you wearing yesterday was a fashion ring o ... TTT: Hmm, I'm sorry, but my wife said ... Bisola: You say? TTT: My wife of many years ma. Bisola: Which wife, where, when, how, when? TTT: I'm sorry, I really liked you o, but it was just a game, my wife and I agreed on that strategy. Bisola: Aye mi temi bami, But it was you who used your mouth to tell me that your whole family was dead. TTT: My dear, to err is human, please forgive and forget. If I had told you I was married, you for no look my side na, so man gats package. Bisola: Shut up dere! Tony, wo, wo, what of all the feelings we shared and hopes I had? How will I face all the viewers who were even pitying me? TTT: Errm ... we will grow a 'friendly relationship'. Bisola: You even said you liked your women big and black, were you not referring to me? TTT: Ah no o, I was actually referring to my wife ... Bisola: Chai, and I for follow Bally if I had known , o, correct fine boy TTT: But baby, we still share something, hope we can still be friends. I even campaigned for you after I left the house. Bisola: Ta ni baby? Abi what is wrong with this one? Thunder fire you, Tony! TTT: No dear please calm down, I'm calling you via WhatsApp call. Please pick my calls ... TTT: Bisola ... TTT: Are you there? TTT: Baby ... The number you're trying to call is no longer available.

Cute Little Boy Who Photobombed A Wedding Photo That Went Viral Has Been Found, Set To Be Sponsored To University

The cute little photobomber of a couple's wedding photo has been found. Yesterday, a twitter user promised to give him a scholarship and make this holiday a memorable one for him. The photographer who took his photo that went viral, gave an update and said he would share the little boy's touching story later Photos below ; The twitter user wrote ; The Lil man photo bomber has been discovered. Sure you guys want to know his full bio much later in the day. It's sure a touching one please Watch out. Famous little photobomber, who became a viral social media sensation with his cute smile has gotten something tangible from his photobombing fame. Facebook user, Steve Adedamola Goodwill, who campaigned for scholarship for the little boy has got a goodnews for us all, as the little boy and his parents wouldn't have to worry about tuition fee anymore, because Steve and his associates will be taking care of it even up to University. Steve wrote; "That you can't do it doesn't mean others can not- SSG Ecclesiastes 9:10 Colossians 3:23 At last, i got the photographer who took this awesome picture of this glorious and wonderfully made little boy today! He has this to say "I will do everything in my power to locate the boy". This picture was taken at an engagement event in Iju-Ishaga, Lagos State when the little boy suddenly came outside, stood in front of the camera and posed in his humble style...... The photographer's name is Michael Tayo Osonuga CEO, Ayaworan Media House (08066062915). Earlier, i spoke with him immensely on phone and we had fruitful discussions at length......God willing, between now and tomorrow, i will be link up with the little boy. Henceforth, myself and my associates will sponsor the little boy education to University level, My special thanks goes to: Ibitola Babatope Sugarito. Dio Peter Omotolani, Ord Jide Kol Prince Bhode-Ola Olajuwon Bamimosu, Fadogba Sirkaylex Kehinde #Mission 2017 accomplished!!! , Steven Adedamola Goodwill Abuja, FCT, 08036105347, 09052826593″

Nkechi Sunday Blessing mocks Seyi Edun over her attempt to get her arrested

Earlier today, it was reported that Actress Nkechi Blessing fled the country as fellow actress and rival, Seyi Edun filed a police report against her a warrant of arrest against her. Nkechi Blessing has now come out to say she did not flee from no one, that her reason for leaving the country is because she had already booked a ticket and could not change it. She wrote ; You know some Nigerians are very funny and shallow minded at the same time...So I should change my ticket because Vice President oluwaseyi Edun sent some Upcoming police officers to my house in my absence for God knows what?... You know all thru yesterday I got a call from my mum that some police officers**5 of them came looking for me,I kept wondering and pondering who I DON OFFEND🤷‍♀️..Not until instablog**..Like WAWU🤣🤣🤣 So @i_am_shai you were the idiot that sent police officers to my house? Pls for what exactly? You said I threatened to release ur sex tape pls where and how?...when did you start acting PORN that made me have access to your sex tape🤷‍♀️ No time for long story**If ur police men can't wait till I come back from my vacation**kindly send a letter to united kingdom to deport me just like they deported your Toy Boy from yankee🤣🤣🤣...2019**If I have issues with u I will fucking @ you If u cannot face me directly then u must be high on some cheap drugs Fam!!..Drops pen!!!... You no even use better police station Na ABESAN🤣 you local for everything even reach local connect Ur case File is already with the Commissioner of Police**Make we see who sabi person pass since na Police station u want make dis matter end Good Evening LONDON OMO OLOGO DIDAN is here️️️️picture credit BAE️️

Lyrics: Tiwa Savage - Lova Lova ( feat . Duncan Mighty )

INTRO Wene Oh Tiwa VERSE 1 Tiwa Savage Mister Lover Lover, You Know Say I No Get Wahala Anyhow You Like, I Go Do My Dear As Long As You No Course Palava Promise Say You Go Treat Me Well Oh Give Me The Love, No Be Kiss And Tell Oh No Be Say, After I Whine Am Well, Make You No Go Leave Your Girl For Inside Well Oh CHORUS Woyo Woyo Woo Oh Woyo Woyo Wooh Ahh Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Wo Ohhh BRIDGE The Way You Dance Girl Give A Man Fever Girl Your Body Bad You Go Make A Man Shiver Whine Girl Give A Man Fever Girl Your Body Bad, You Make A Man Shiver The Way You Dance Girl, Give A Man Shiver Girl Your Body Bad, Girl You Make A Man Shiver Whine Girl Give A Man Fever Girl Your Body Bad, You Make A Man Shiver VERSE 2 Duncan Mighty Girl My Love Na Sure, No Be Chice* This Your Love Sweet, Ofada Rice Girl Wiya Mase, Paradise If Dem Pu-Tu Hand Na Paralyse You Know Baby, I Can't Do This Without You You Know My Love, I Can't Go There Without You You Fi-Ti Ask Bolanle, Me I Fi-Ti Wait For Obalende Nne Me I Samankwe Oh For Your Love, I Go Better I Go Shekel Oh (Girl Oh) If I Break Your Heart Na Oil Spillage I Study This Your Love For Freedom College Nne You Too Sweet Like A Yam Porridge Bay Wene Mighty, You Too Sweet DOWNLOAD MUSIC CHORUS Woyo Woyo Woo Oh Woyo Woyo Wooh Ahh Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Wo Ohhh VERSE 3 My Baby, My Baby Jeje My Lover, My Lover, I Love You Jeje See Our Loving No Be Ten Ten Cos When I Dey With You My Baby No Regrets Yeah Bring Your Body, Put It All On Me Boy It's All I Want To See We No Need No Referee All We Need Is Privacy REPEAT VERSE 1 Mister Lover Lover, You Know Say I No Get Wahala Anyhow You Like, I Go Do My Dear As Long As You No Cause Falaba Promise Say You Go Treat Me Well Oh Give Me The Love, No Be Kiss And Tell Oh No Be Say, After I Whine Am Well, Make You No Go Leave Your Girl For Inside Well Oh CHORUS Woyo Woyo Woo Oh Woyo Woyo Wooh Ahh Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Woyo Wo Ohhh BRIDGE The Way You Dance Girl Give A Man Fever Girl Your Body Bad You Go Make A Man Shiver Whine Girl Give A Man Fever Girl Your Body Bad, You Make A Man Shiver The Way You Dance Girl, Give A Man Shiver Girl Your Body Bad, Girl You Make A Man Shiver OUTRO Oh No No No No Wene Mighty Eh Tiwa Wene.....Fade Out. The End.

'I wouldn't have been In BBNaija house without my wife's consent' - Mike, says

Professional athlete, Mike Olayemi Edwards, emerged as one of the favourites of fans and viewers in the course of the recently-concluded fourth season of Big Brother Naija reality TV show. Apart from emerging first runner-up of the Big Brother 'Pepper Dem' edition, Mike, a product of a Nigerian mother and a Jamaican father, won many over by not becoming entangled with any woman in the house. He spoke to ADEDAYO ODULAJA in this interview What is your view on the fact that Nigerians can't stop talking about how you stayed faithful to your wife during the course of BBNaija 4? I am a strong individual, a strong man and I didn't show my weakness, so, to me that was just amazing. I expect nothing less from my girl. To remain in the house for 99 days I never had any personal doubts for me. It's just normal. I made a commitment before I even said I do, I made it clear to myself to be faithful till death. But was there any time you were tempted by any of the ladies or anything you saw? No, there was no time like that. It was all about my resolve from the beginning. Your wife has hinted of your plan to relocate to Nigeria from your UK base. Do you plan to see that through? Yes, I plan to move to Nigeria immediately. My wife and I are making plans together. Right now, we are still discussing and making arrangements. For now, we are taking it day by day. Being an athlete already means you are in the limelight of sorts, why did you decide go for Big Brother? It was simply because I consider it one of the greatest platforms in the world and I wanted to challenge myself by going for it. To be honest, it was something I saw in the challenge and it was the fear of the unknown. It was more attractive to me because I knew that it was what I wanted to do, challenge myself beyond. You know, if you do the same thing expecting different results, it's insanity. So, I knew, let's try something like this and see how far we can go and it ended up being a great opportunity. I will never regret it. You apparently fared well in terms of rating but do you think anything worked against you winning the show? I can't really say because I knew I was real. I can't be anybody else but myself. I am confident enough to know that it pays to be myself. Truth be told, I feel like I can go through a lot of ups and downs and somehow find the way to persevere and you know, I'm an athlete. I can't stop being me at this stage, I don't know anything else that could be used as a strategy aside from me being myself. I know consistency is always key for me. So, that's the only way I could describe it. I trust the process of being consistent every day, and I wanted to walk out a winner and it didn't fail me, I walked out a winner. So would you say you were disappointed with the final outcome? No, absolutely not. I knew that stepping into the house was a win for me, anything else was a bonus. So, I always felt I am in the best time in my life, I just kept reminding myself that that's why it was easy for me to have so much cruise because ultimately I knew we were all winners in our all unique ways. What were some of the sacrifices you would say you made in the BBNaija house towards winning? Of course, the sacrifices I made were disconnecting from my wife for 99 days. If I didn't have the consent of my wife I wouldn't have taken part in the show. I am a married man, I don't have to discuss things that don't need to be explained, and I think that's the relationship I have with my wife. Did you at any point think it was getting more difficult than you envisaged Those were the times when I thought Biggie was at least going to surprise me with a visit by my family members or someone I know but it never happened and I had to hang in there. You have a Cigar brand that seems to be the focus of your attention now. What's it abou

"I want to marry a man with a bad boy character" - Actress Didi Ekanem

Delectable Actress, Didi Ekanem has revealed in a chat with Sun News, has revealed her kind of man. When asked if she can date or marry an entertainer, she said: "I can't say who I can marry or who I can't marry. Whoever God says is mine, is mine. My kind of man must be God-fearing. He must be respectful and caring, with a little bad boy character, obviously not a bore, a man that can love me right." I see the way you flaunt what you got on social media, most especially Instagram, do you often receive negative comments? If you do, how do you handle them? I actually don't pay attention to negative comments. But do you mean flaunting my clothes? It's important I do that for the growth of my business. Not clothes actually but your backside... Oh that! Do you call it flaunting? For real? I don't think so... You know some men drool over big backsides; can you recall any embarrassing moment concerning this? Please can we not talk about ass? Thank you. What makes Didi. a unique actress? The fact that my talent is unique. Everyone is blessed with different and unique talents. Would you say you are fulfilled as an actress? How can I be fulfilled when I've barely started? I am not fulfilled o, still hungry for more. In a past interview, she revealed thus; How do you feel having one of the biggest bums in Nollywood? It's a good feeling and a wonderful one. But I won't lie to you, as much as I love it so much, I just wish people would focus more on my talent than my bum. All the concentration out there is on my bum not my talent. I would honestly wish people to see me as a talented actress not a sexy one. But my bum is not allowing people to see me deep down, to see the person and the talent. Seriously, is your bum natural? People always say this whenever they see my bum. Last time I was on Linda Ikeji, I read comments people made and there were more questions whether my bum was real or worked on. Some said it is made of plastic but you are here now and can see there is no artificial embellishment or augmentation. My bum is real, it's like 101% real, I was born this way, I was born like this. I've had it since I was in JS1, in fact that was when I started noticing it.

Lyrics: Victor AD - Tire You (feat. Davido)

[Intro] Omo in this life Have money o You go suffer Oh oh oh oh No no no Etins Records It's Victor AD na na na yeah It's Davido OBO [Pre-Chorus] It's either I win or I win I no get excuse for failure O Lord I want to cash out I no want to blame my neighbor It's either I win or I win I no get excuse for failure My brother chop life Cause when you die, them forget your name o DOWNLOAD MUSIC [Chorus - Victor AD] And as you see am Make dem update with the convoy Shey suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you You no dey hustle You dey settle for less o Shey suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you Your mate dey graduate And get double promotion Shey suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you You no dey work and pray You want to succeed o Shey suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you [Verse 1 - Victor AD] I know say dem go talk say I don come again Shey you don buy the Benz now, wetin you gain o? O Lord I know say dem go say I too dey complain Or that I wan come update my status again o Don't get it twisted, life is beautiful But the house and the cars is also meaningful I'm grateful for good times, guy I no be fool Even you wey dey judge me sef you want it too O Lord bless me, make I know my real face Make I know if my headquater correct or if all these na pretense OBO Lord I want to know [Chorus - Davido] And as you see am when dem updating the convoy Say suffer no dey tire you E no tire you You no dey hustle You dey settle for less o Suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you Your mate dey graduate And gain double promotion Suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you You no dey work and pray You want to succeed o Suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you [Verse 2 - Davido] Eh Little boy, you gat work to do My papa say you gat work to do As them dey see all the chains and diamonds Them talk say I don do juju I no rely on Papa doe No! I enter street as Davido Oh! Some people say I no go blow Eh! say people wan dey with OBO I say thunder fire poverty Fire burn my enemies Water no get enemy If you wish me well, I go wish you well I say thunder fire nobody Me and Otedola go gum body Water no get enemy If you wish me well, I go wish you well [Pre-Chorus - Victor AD] It's either I win or I win I no get excuse for failure O Lord I want to cash out I no want to blame my neigbour It's either I win or I win I no get excuse for failure My brother chop life Cause when you die, them forget your name o [Chorus - Victor AD] And as you see am Make dem update with the convoy Say suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you You no dey hustle You dey settle for less o Shey suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you [Outro - Davido & Victor AD] Your mate dey graduate And gain double promotion Suffer no dey tire you E no dey tire you (Oh my God Fiokee) You no dey work and pray You want to succeed Succeed o o o Tee-Y Mix E no dey tire you OBO baddest Chii

"It is better to be evicted than to be disqualified" - Mercy Eke (video)

BBNaija reality star, Mercy Eke and Ike in an interview with Mediaroomhub talked about their lives before and after the Big Brother Naija House, love life and plans for their future. During the interview, Mercy advised aspiring Big Brother Naija housemates not to get disqualified and also worked on their anger issues. However, her advice has caused outrage on social media with some people insinuating that she is mocking Tacha who was disqualified in the BBNaija house, See the video below; View this post on Instagram A post shared by Anonymous (@gbextrablog) on Nov 12, 2019 at 1:22pm PST Read the excerpt from the interview; What's the biggest lesson you guys learned in the Big Brother Naija challenge? Ike: I learned about valuing other people, valuing different personality, and love. I came with the intention I know it all, but I discovered I still have a lot to learn. You came with that gangster-like attitude to the house, but slowed down afterwards. It seems Mercy tamed that part of you, she influenced you and you mellowed a bit because you didn't want to wrong her. Ike: If the truth is 100% that's like 40%. I realized that I was given strikes and the concept of the show from the beginning was not what I thought, the concept was to showcase and sell yourself. Come in there, act a fool and entertain. When I came in, I started to realize what the show was all about and I started changing, the strikes helped me change. Of course, Mercy did help me change too. So how's the journey for you? Mercy: Ever since I left the house, I learned to be more patient, to respect people's space. Before the house, I used to be with my friends. I was not used to being in a circle of 25 people and sharing the same bathroom, doing everything together, when you wake up someone is either to your left or to your right. I learned to accommodate people. It was really educative for me, during my stay in the house, there was no pen, no paper, everything we had to do, if you didn't have it upstairs; then you were not going to perform. During our tasks, the house really shaped me in a positive way. The house helped me. I used to flip at every little thing before, the strikes too like he said mellowed us down, those are the things that I took away from the house. Did you go to the house hoping you would meet your man? Never! During my audition I said it, that I was single but not searching. I said to myself I can do it all alone, like I want to play this game alone. I am a big fan of Big Brother Naija. I used to watch the show back to back, I have a particular housemate then I want to be like, during that time I was single, I just want to play it alone and have fun. But when I met Ike, a whole lot of things changed, we started off as best friends, then the house... They started calling us boyfriend and girlfriend even when Ike hasn't asked me out, they are already instigating, you know when you wake up, you gist and see this person, there are possibilities of falling in love. Who approached the other first? Ike: I think I approached Mercy first. I have met Mercy before the house, on actor, model business level but when I came into the house I looked at her as an ally. The house is about nomination, I looked at her as a strong ally. Mercy: You were using me? Ike: No, in the beginning we were just friends. I thought, let us do a team work. One time in the house, i said what's up, I'm a fine boy and you are a fine girl. She told me everything that's not what I came here for. After seeing everybody's character in the house, you noticed this person that's too fake, too annoying, but Mercy seemed like the person I could connect with. I saw some potential in her and I saw similarities in myself. So, I had to chase her and that was it. Do you have girlfriend in America or Nigeria? Ike: I have friends that are girls, i haven't had a girlfriend since February 2018. I was happy being single, extremely happy. Like my first love was money, but when I met Mercy she really started helping me see a lot of things, she made me make some choices in the house that I normally wouldn't make. I mean that's love. People said you were using her in the house. Would really say that you love her genuinely? At some point you forgot about the game, you became a lover boy. Ike: I thought I was too strong, I wasn't scared of eviction. I was comfortable with the confidence I have in myself. That's kind of helping me focusing on Mercy. She's a difficult lady, I had told her a lot of time to turn on the fire and all. People felt you were also liking Tacha in the house before you and Mercy bonded Ike: Throughout the house, everybody was my friend except Joe, especially Tacha. People came up with that idea because Tacha didn't have a lot of friends. Mercy understands that we discussed it after the house. Me and My Tacha we are friends; Mercy is my number one. Are you and Tacha still friends? Of course, we are. I think a friend is a loose term, to me we are definitely cool. There was a time in the house when Mercy and Tacha were fighting; you were worried but when Mercy reported to you, you became calm and smiling. Are you always like that? Ike: I know I am too intelligent to know if someone wants to put me in a fight, if you have an issue with Mercy, deal with Mercy, the way I grew up, I like being calm and cool I knew not all that stuff should end up a fight. That stuff is funny, it is entertaining to me. I know Mercy can handle herself. I knew she was good. If I knew the stuff would affect her like that, I would have jumped it, I know she's good. At some point you were attracted to Tacha, at what point did Mercy take over your mind? Ike: The second day in the house, Frodd, Jeff and Seyi were talking about the girls in the house and I just said they are cute, who was cute and all. Mercy was beautiful, it was Seyi that told me Tacha has a boyfriend. Mercy was my first choice. Mercy: You were my first choice. I wasn't ready for Ike. I could remember I was chasing him, go and meet other girls, then I meet someone, Ike was the first one, my first choice. Are you guys considering marriage? Ike: I think a lot of things happening in our lives, a lot of business and all, but I am holding on to Mercy. I don't play with my things. So, let's see how things go. So, Mercy is that same with you? Laughs... Yea, same with me. While in the house, there was a particular day of the week you guys had the heart-to-heart talk and Mercy was all emotional... Mercy: It always gets to a point, your mind is clouded with a lot of things, the votes don't matter. What is a vote when you are not happy? I believe at that point, nobody is acting anymore, if you are fighting with someone, it's real. I fell in love with this man, we were two weeks from the grand finale, I felt that was a perfect moment to let him know things that he needs to know before we get outside the house. I know there was a camera everywhere, it didn't stop me from saying what I felt and that was my truth. Saying it freed me, now what are you going to say to me? Nothing. At that moment, I said okay, this is your champ. There's something I felt I should have done that I didn't do, there's something I wanted to tell Diane, but I didn't. I already bought immunity, so the votes weren't anything to me as of that moment. I hate sympathy, even in the house that's why you see me act all strong and all. In that house, I put up a strong act, so people can respect me and all, but outside the house, I am nicer than that. That moment I wasn't doing that for sympathy for people to vote for me, that Friday night before the eviction party. Diane and I had a heart-to-heart talk, though we were a bit intoxicated more than what people think, we couldn't even hide the feelings we just let it out. What did you feel when she opened up to you, her family, her background. Ike: I always feel like, people think where I came from, a lot of things will shock me and me feel bad or something. I was happy that she opened up. While in the house, Mercy was always ahead in the task, but when it comes to games where people share stuff about themselves, she was always quiet. Then, I wanted to know more about her, so when she did that, I was happy, I felt good. I know whatever it is we can handle it together. Does that mean her background doesn't matter to you? Ike: Laughs... Does she even know my own background? It doesn't really matter. People were thinking if you know her background, you might not really be cool about her and all Ike: Yea! That's why I had to show her that night, though we have to comport ourselves in a certain way. Letting her know, your family background doesn't change you and why I want to be with you, at that point it was too late, she already knew I was seriously in love with her. I wasn't too shocked or worried I just wanted her to know that- baby, it's okay. Eventually, when you guys get married, how many kids do you want to have? Mercy: Two Ike: I was thinking like six. Mercy: I know you want to pack up this my engine. (Chuckles) You mentioned that you were into properties, so tell us that aspect of your journey Mercy: I moved into Lagos last year from Abuja. I met this lady she's into real estate. I told her I want to learn, she took me to her firm, it was moving on, that was when I started auditioning. We did it throughout last year, we were just working and selling. I was still with her when I started my audition, real estate is what I really wanted to do. Even before working with her, then I used to buy land and resell it. That was what I was doing, but it wasn't as professional as that woman. After the house, I met with Mr. Ned Okonkwo, he and his wife are willing to support me to achieve my dream as a real estate management or an agent. They say he's a very good man, a fantastic fellow... Mercy: I know him, yeah, he is. In the house, the sensuality around you guys was too much and people talked about you kissing, caressing and all. So, we were thing did Ike make out with Mercy? They also said the same all over Twitter Mercy: You know in the morning we were trying to clear it with people that it didn't happen. From the outset, I told Ike I don't want to do this thing in the house. I don't want to have sexual intercourse with him on live TV. We can have fun without having sex. And that aspect was so clear and he was cool with it. In fact, he told me he can stay for one year. That was what he said to me, no matter how pressured we were, we were not going to do this. He tried a lot, even when we were closer. I just say okay, we've had enough, this is the end of the road, we have to sleep and that's how we never did it. At times when I wanted it, he would just tap me and say, you said you didn't want us to do this and I'd say, okay. So, you mean you've had no sex with him till now? Yea, nothing has happened, but it's not going to be like a one-year thing. It will happen, we don't pretend, it might even be this night. Definitely, it will happen. He is a sweet guy, I have heard other guys tell him, give her alcohol and all, but he still kept his calm. He's a good guy, but there was a day he said, I will get this, I must get this then I told him that means I won't be drinking in the house again. I won't be playing with you this way anymore, I play with you this way because I know you, trust you. But he was like I seriously need it and all, then I told him I will be wearing jeans to bed and all, then he saw I was really serious then he said okay. It's nothing, but we had fun in the house. After the house, have you guys sat down and planned for the future because you have a lot of connection? Mercy: Ike and I will definitely work together, he's very ambitious, Ike wants to make money. The only thing Ike likes is money. His password is money. Whether dating or not, we will work together, but we will be dating. Have you spoken to any of his family? Mercy: I have spoken to his mom, uncle, and aunt, cousins, almost everybody. Has he spoken or met any of your family? Mercy: Yes oo, he has spoken to many, even met with uncle Uzo. Ike: Her mum and I had a small talk. What's friendship to you guys? Ike: Friendship is a connection to someone you can trust, they are loyal to you. You are equally loyal to them. You keep each other happy. I think that's what friendship is. Tell us briefly about your formative years Ike: When I was in fifth grade, I never really had too many friends. I have this childhood friend that we grew up together, they are all Nigerian, but we grew up in the United States. When I was in school I was always to myself. I was always by myself, I didn't want anybody close, he was selling CDs, candy. Then I met a guy, Anthony, he said men! I see your spirit. We started selling stuff online, on eBay. I was making money more than I could imagine, that was in my sixth grade. I was like 12 or 13years old. At 14 I started buying things for myself, clothes and all. Myself and Anthony, we've been on it since, this entrepreneur. That really taught me about friendship, though I don't have too many friends and all. The ones I have are close enough and good for me. Mercy: Growing up is not something that I really want to talk about. My growing up was not sweet, but I thank God for today. We went through thick and thin, there's nothing I haven't done, I have sold fuel with my mom, my mom used to sell black market. I am selling fuel, roasting corn, I have done a dry cleaning business before. My mom used to take-up people's farm and we work there, we farm for them, I have been through it. I am proud of where I am coming from, it is what made me who I became today and I'm never going to forget where I am coming from. It gives me the zeal, the hunger, I need to help my family, my mom. I am well focused because I know a lot of things are waiting for me, my growing up is not a bed of roses, but I am grateful, it made me this focused, ambitious. I have friends that they don't even call their family, what they make is for themselves alone. During school, I used to be in school and I will be sending money home. I see people go home, they come back, their parents will give them money and foodstuff, anytime you see me go home, na me dey always buy go home. That's my root, that's where I am coming from and it has helped me. My goal is to have money I can't count. What did you study and where? Mercy: Psychology, at Imo State University. Ike: I started with Mechanical Engineering; that was too difficult, so I came down to Mathematics, I finished with that. That was University of Houston. Let's get down to entertainment, who do you listen to? Ike: I like Young Six, I like rap and hip-hop. Nigeria music is cool I love it, I like Wizkid, Rema, Patonranking and Phyno. Anything that falls in the category of rap, in that lane, Future is my number one rapper in the world, my favorite right now. Mercy: I like Tiwa Savage, Simi, Davido, Wizkid, I like Flavour, Phyno and Don Jazzy. They all just give us different vibes. What was the biggest mistake you ever made in your life? Mercy: I made some money, but I used it to do a big girl. That money never came back until Big Brother Naija. I spent it all, I love bags and shoes. But now those things have changed, no, it's all about making money, there are no more shoes and bags; it's investing. This is a grown-up Mercy. Ike: One of the things I think about is my childhood, I love sports, basketball. My parents told me you need to focus on your academics. If I could go back in time to change one thing, I would be doing sports, I would be in NBA right now. Over my life, I never try to have any regrets, they are like your low; you have to move on. Are there things you desire in life? Ike: Too many things, the list is so long, that's why I have too much ambition too much I want to do. Your woman is very hard working Yea, I agree, she's very hardworking. Advice to your younger self Ike: Be strong, believe in yourself; try not to be like every other person, be the best of you. Mercy: I agree with him, be real. Be yourself. What's your biggest fear in life? Mercy: Failure Ike: Going broke! What can Ike do that will make you get angry and not talk to him for two days? Mercy: If Ike cheats on me, I love him with my whole heart, I don't know how to forgive. I can forgive you, but I don't know how to forget. I give what I can take. Once my trust is broken, that is, he doesn't seem like a player. Ike: if he steals from me, she doesn't even know how to steal, she asks. If someone comes to tell you things about mercy, that she did this and that, what would be your reaction? Ike: I can't believe anything. That could have worked before Big Brother Naija, but after the show, I can't believe what anyone says. Mercy: His past is his past, only when I catch him, if not, since we came out a lot of people are forwarding stuffs that are discouraging and all. But I can't believe, only when I catch him. What do guys have to say to Big Brother Naija? Mercy: Big Brother has changed me a lot, I can't thank him enough. Now I feel like I am old, I have to calculate, like 6 am I am awake taking calls, replying emails. Big Brother has really done something great. I don't have regrets going to that house. Ike: thank you big brother, I live with no regrets. Mercy: The people out there trying to go to Big Brother Naija house, do not be disqualified, be yourself. Fight and go home? No, the people who have been voting for you, they've been spending their money on you, it feels like a let down; if you go there next year, don't get disqualified. Ike: Go in there and do your thing. Mercy: Big Brother picked you to change you and be the best.

Mercy Aigbe reacts to report that her Mansion was bought by a Governor

Mercy Aigbe has addressed the rumour that has been making rounds on social media. A report by Stella Dimokokorkus Blog had suggested that Mercy didn't actually buy her mansion - which she showed off on social media some months back - with her own money, rather a 'Sugar Daddy' did. According to SDK, a prominent Governor was the one who bought the luxury mansion for the actress. It was said that Governor was the reason Mercy left her Former husband after she was introduced to the him by fellow Nollywood star, Iyabo Ojo. Though the writer wrote it in a way where there was no direct name calling, but you should get the gist. Mercy Aigbe has now reacted to this report. She denied having an affair with any 'wealthy man', describing it as 'having no iota of truth'. She went on to say no one sees all the hard work she has been putting in for 15 years being an actor in the industry, but when she buys a house, they try to tag it to a wealthy man. She sealed her writeup with a warning saying people should watch out, as her complex is coming. She wrote; "No one saw all my late night shoots! Shooting almost 24hrs, No one saw my being on set back to back!!!!.....No one saw all those times I carry Goods on my head in London, LA, New York, Turkey, Vietnam and all........ No one sees my endorsements and influencing deals...... "Almost 15years as an Actor, I buy a house, they see it as a big deal! They try to tag every wealthy man they know to my Sucess because they just can't comprehend how and why a woman should be successful ...... Y'all wait till I open my Complex, then maybe y'all will kuku take poison untop my matter [img I am just getting started "Abeg that miracle that will leave people in awe, confusion to the extent that they will start insinuating and speculating all sorts.... just cos they can't fathom what the lord has done for you, may the lord grant it unto you IJN!" "Dear Bloggers, the mumu upcoming script writer! and association of instablog bad belle, jobless commentators....this house you see in this picture was bought with my hard work and God's grace( not that I owe y'all an explanation)........since you have taken it upon yourselves to be in my business, pls employ a very good private investigator, a pastor, an Alfa or a Babalawo to help you in further you won't be peddling stupid rumours that has no iota of truth in it!....let me quickly warn you that more is coming oh!!! Because something HUGE is cooking I am just getting started Just one house una wan DIE !!!!!! Wait till you see what is next!..... RADARADA......." "[/i] View this post on Instagram I want to use this opportunity to say a very big thank you to God for the gift of life today, Yesterday I had a close shave with death. I was billed to hold a performance in Benin City, the airlines had to cancel the flight due to bad weather . My team and I decided to move by road In order to catch up with the show based on the respect I have for my fans, On my way around shagamu, robbers attacked us and this was very destabilizing. My personal effects were forcefully taken from me while some of my team members and I ran into the bush, I can still remember the robbers shouting “shoot anyone you see” they left with my hype man ( whose wife Just gave birth to twins) who pleaded for his life, he was forced to use POS machines to make transfers to the deadly squad. Above all my team and I are alive, and I am grateful to God for the grace of life!!! #prayforgracemagee🙏🙏 A post shared by Victor AD REDEYE (@victoradere) on Oct 6, 2018 at 4:54am PDT

Yvonne Jegede Makes More Shocking Revelations About Failed Marriage (Full Interview)

In the video interview conducted by Pulse Entertainment editor, Gbenga Bada, Yvonne Jegede speaks about her husband and colleague Olakunle 'Abounce' Fawole , how it all started, and why they finally fell apart. Excepts How has it been like being married to a colleague or an entertainer? Initially, I didn't want to be with an actor but when you have a friend that has been there and has constantly told you this is what I want from you, then you turn around and wonder if God is not trying to bless me while I keep saying I don't want to marry an actor. So, I'm just going to try it. And marrying an actor was good. Marrying an actor was good in the sense that we both understood the job and there are so many things I won't have to explain to him. So, yeah, it was good. And if mine didn't work out didn't mean others won't work out because when I got married, I did my court marriage on a Wednesday and I was on my way to court when a director called me and said I have to be in court but I said no because I was getting married. He begged and said can I show up after the court session and he started explaining and I said "you know what, call my husband and tell him". The director drove over to the house, came around and before the guy even said abeg, my husband was like okay, it's fine but if it was a banker or doctor, the person would have asked the director if his wife was on set at that point in time. Mistakes and lessons learnt from the crashed marriage? Of course, I make mistakes and I am not perfect just as I learnt lessons too from the marriage. I'm not an angel, I can't be perfect, I made load of mistakes that could have been overlooked or corrected but here we are today. I have also learnt from them and moved on, I have learnt from experience and such mistakes won't happen again. Was the marriage worth it while it lasted? Xavier! Have you seen my boy? He's a blessing, so yes it was worth it and the times we shared together were nice. The journey was sweet, I wouldn't trample on those times and say it was bad the whole time. So, you might try marriage again? Well, I am just focusing on my child if and only if somebody wants to go down that line with this old lady but right now, the energy, no, not right now. You changed your name from Yvonne Jegede Fawole to Yvonne Jegede, what's going on? I am Yvonne Jegede is the name on Instagram. But that has sparked off a lot of talks about the state of your marriage Right now, we are not living together, and we are not living as husband and wife, we are not husband and wife anymore and I would say a mutual agreement to go our separate ways. It didn't work out, it wasn't working out. Were there complaints, was he not satisfied with the marriage, what really went wrong? You can say that but you know when two people have lived together as husband and wife, and you have issues like this, there are complaints from both sides. I have my own complaints, I have my own issues that I am dealing with and I don't see the relationship and marriage going beyond where we got to and we had to call it quit. Was this decision before the birth of your son, Xavier? We started having issues before the birth of Xavier. I think I was about two to three months pregnant when the issues came. Immediately the issues came, there was never a dull moment, it just kept going up and up and it got worse and it got bad and today here we are. Was your ex-husband with you through the pregnancy, delivery and after birth of Xavier? No. As a matter of fact, he wasn't and there was no sign of him being interested which is what got me on my own side really really, got me thinking.

Linda Ikeji hints about the identity of her baby daddy as she showers expensive gifts on her son (Photos)

Popular blogger, Linda Ikeji whose excitement about her baby is contagious has revealed a hint about her 'secret' baby daddy. In a lengthy message about her extreme love for children and how she intends to be the best mother in the world, Linda Ikeji let it slip that the baby's father is tall, dark and handsome! Sharing the above photo from a maternity shoot she had, the media entrepreneur wrote: I love children so much. I'm particularly obsessed with babies. I grew up in a compound with a lot of neighbours and believe it or not, as a teenager/young woman, I was the unofficial resident babysitter. I swear, ask my siblings. I literally carried all the newborn babies born in that compound at a period of time until they grew up to a certain age. Their mums used to come drop the babies at our house whenever they were tired or wanted to go out, this was, of course, to the annoyance of my The first baby I carried was a boy named Makoba (wonder where he is now, this was about 20yrs ago). From the first day I carried him, I didn't want to let him go. So every time I had free time, and his mum hadn't brought him to me, I would walk two floors up, knock on his family's door and ask them if they wanted me to take the child off them for a while. I was always happy when they said yes. After him other mums started dropping their kids with me. Back then my sisters and I used to take turns to cook every day of the week. So whenever it was my turn to cook and I was babysitting and they insisted I go cook, I'd tell my sisters to either hold the baby for me so I could go cook or they go cook. They always chose the latter. Lol. Then my siblings started having children & I started to feel more joy. These were no longer neighbours' or friends' children, these were my nephews and nieces. My family! And carrying them brought me even more joy. If I was planning to go out and I heard my beautiful nephews and niece were coming over to the house, most times, I change plans and just stay home with them. There's no greater joy for me than being around them. So now imagine soon I will look down at a baby, and it won't be a neighbor's child, a friend's child, a sister's child, but my own child, my own flesh and blood, carried in my womb. My own son. It's surreal. I can't get over it. Dear son, you are my greatest dream realized and I can't wait to meet you! I plan to be one of the best mums the world has ever seen. Thanks for choosing me️ Sometimes I wonder what he will look like. His dad is tall, dark and handsome and I'm cute too so fingers crossed Taking to her Instagram story, she also shared photos of some of the designer clothes she's already buying for her baby boy, to the surprise of her mum who can't believe the extravagant cost of them. See below:

Ice Prince replies Hushpuppi.. and It's Beyond Epic

...and Ice Prince Zamani is having the last straw! Ice Prince has been quiet since the whole drama started.. Recall, it all started when Hushpuppi threw shades to singers, Phyno and Ice Prince. He wrote on Snapchat; "#IcePrinceZamani #Phyno #PatekPhilippe!!! I won't say more than that!!! If you don't want people to patronize pirated copy of your work, don't patronize pirated copy of other's work. #Hypocrites" Phyno was quick to reply him.. Phyno's Reply was classy and Epic.. something that can a nigga quit social media forever.. Read His reply Here. It didn't stop there, no.. Hushpuppi replied him back, and claimed Phyno once begged him to buy Gucci wears for him, Puppi then further went on to say He'd give Phyno N5m if his house can buy one of his shoe.. Then, Kcee delved in, and wrote an open letter to the Malaysian-Based Nigerian Big Boy.. Now, Ice Prince, who was initially shaded has responded.. His reply is just beyond Epic! Zamani wrote: "Big Dogs Dont Bark ! [email protected]$k is a puppy loud for ? May We all be Successful "

Lady recounts how husband who left her to marry a mother of 3 wants her back

A Nigerian woman, Omoye Ohiku has narrated how she gave her husband a divorce so he could marry his sidechic, a mother of three, whom he fell in love with. Ms Ohiku shared her jaw-dropping story in reaction to the viral video of a wife fighting her husband's sidechic. Read below: "I knew the woman my ex husband was cheating with, I didn't just know her, she came to my house a couple of times, i knew her house and her office. We had discussions, once, upon her request and another, upon my request! It might seem impossible to you, I have friends and family members who can testify to this. My younger sister Joy was in my house the last I invited her over and we had a 2hrs discussion. In that discussion, I told her I was going to give up my marriage for her and told her what to expect from his family. Each time she came to my house, I entertained her and kids. Yes because she never came to have sex in my house, she came as a friend because I made her feel like a friend from day one. Initially, I did everything possible to save my marriage. But When I realized my ex husband was deeply in love with this woman, I decided to give up my marriage for her. To me, love is how someone treats me, not a piece of paper contract. We were in court for 2 yrs, living in the same house. I wasn't in competition with this woman over my marriage. I am a spirit filled woman and saw beyond her! This man loved this mother of three children who was older than me, her last child was older than my first child. I didn't need anyone to convince me he loved her. Everyone said it was juju, but I didn't care! I only cared that I wasn't being treated right by him and his family! Being the head of admin and operations in a bank, you will meet a lot of people because you're the core person in the bank and if you a kind person who doesn't know how to say no, you'll be messed up! He tried to help and help turned to love. He was so in love with her. He went everywhere with her. The whole Lagos saw them together. I saw them together. She took him to her church every Sunday because she is a strong catholic and her church members thought they were a married couple. Friends asked if I couldn't pour hot oil on her whenever she came to my house. Some were ready to join me and beat her up . Me, I love love. If it is not love, it cannot be love even if i kill another person for it. I have experienced so much love in my life. So i know what love feels like and that didn't feel like it and I couldn't pretend to be loved. Never! This is where my strength was: I was born a fighter and I win because I fight with my brain and not fist and with God always on my side. I've always kept shit real. If I wanted to remain in my marriage, I could've done it! That would be choosing to keep suffering emotionally because I didn't want another woman to move into my house. But i didn't see any difference in her moving into his house and taking care of her and children for another man outside, while I keep suffering inside his house with my/his children. I could've stayed because of his position or money, doing suffering and smiling married woman to a who who didn't care about me and my kids. But that's self hate! I could've because he wasn't violent. His family was my main concern, not the sidechic. Remaining there was just toxic and killed me inwardly, because I am overtly a free person who just wants everyone to be happy and free! So I choose happiness. But I wasn't going to leave his house without the court deciding our divorce. I accepted my fate in my mind that the marriage was over. So we lived as housemates for 2yrs, but i needed to prove to men that they didn't have a right to send a woman out of the house, simply because they think they can! Hell no. I was ready to spend my blood on the best lawyers to prove that point. Guess what! He kept changing lawyers when he realized I wasn't playing. They always think we women don't have rights. Most especially as I was a "stay at home mum" and he was the oga kpataki. But when shit started going down in court, he ran to my lawyer and begged for out of court settlement. I had earlier refused but obliged when he promised to meet my terms. Of course, no wahala! All I needed was a decent three bedroom apartment and monthly allowance for my children. I didn't need anything else. The moment he met my terms of settlement. I packed my things and left in peace and lived HAPPILY EVER EVER Guess how old I was when all of these happened! Between 28 and 32 when there was no awareness and support. I can't pretend to be happy when I'm not. I would die! Be aware that their #peppermlove didn't survive for more than 2yrs. They got married, had a son together and the marriage went south like mine. If I had stayed, they'll probably still be together and loving by now! Does he want me back? of course YES! Can he get me back? Too late to play a fool . I AM HAPPILY SINGLE, SELECTING AND LOVING IT Y'all play too much fooling yourselves over preek. Craze people everywhere! Your husband's current sidechic is not going to be the last. How many you want fight sister? Spend all that energy on yourself and start selecting who's worth sharing your beautiful life with. No dick is what fighting another woman for! We are all victims of circumstances.

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