It seemed like your regular night club video. There were a few differences though. The quality of light seemed too bright for it to have been shot at night. But you must have seen this scenario before. Exotic dance steps between a guy and a girl on the dance floor that makes you want to scream ‘get a room.’
It seemed like your regular night club video. There were a few differences though. The quality of light seemed too bright for it to have been shot at night. But you must have seen this scenario before. Exotic dance steps between a guy and a girl on the dance floor that makes you want to scream ‘get a room.’ Or you’ve been there, done that, the-girl-in-front-guy-behind-syndrome rocking beyond the money of the music’s worth. Well in this Youtube video, the girl could dance, but my guy, he was just in it for the added benefits; the only music he was following was the curves right in front of him. It even had the cliché crowd who seemed to have nothing better to do than to watch and scream more to make up for their lack of sex-dancing prowess rather than in genuine interest.
No doubt, Sunrise daily,Channels Television’s breakfast show was made even more popular by the My Oga at the topruckus. Many have had a good laugh about it, and quite a number have made a few bucks. However, doesn’t it occur to you that as a result, some ‘eminent’ personalities might think twice before appearing on TV?
Congratulations to Nigerian music icon, Two Face Idibia and wife Annie who had their white wedding in Dubai during the weekend. Finally, the man has given all his ‘body and soul’ to one ‘African queen.’ You can read all about it somewhere else, but there are some memories that the Dubai wedding conjures up; one of them is when U.S pop singer, Nicki Minaj was nearly arrested in the UAE capital for hugging a guy.
Crucify him, but release Barrabas to us!” the Jews screamed, and Pontius Pilate was shocked to his toes. He had assumed that the Jews would want Jesus instead, him being blameless and all, instead of a robber who had terrorized the entire city.
Today, everyone quotes Shakespeare. It gives a certain credence, an authority to your writing. When you say ‘Shakespeare said’ no one cares whether you are writing entertainment, sports or politics, it is serious journalism. It’s only natural that we follow suit. Quite a pity that I’m not too sure who said “All is fair in love and war,” but I’m sincerely hoping that it was Shakespeare. If it was someone else, all is not lost, because some intellectuals have read this far. Lol!
Why won’t they let Goldie rest in peace? The star seems to be more controversial from the great beyond than when she was alive and well. And it keeps getting more colourful. It appears that some unidentified individual has taken the reins of the deceased pop singer’s tweeter account and is using it as a publicity platform to promote Nigerian movies as well as Tonto Dikeh’s ‘hit’ (popularly bashed and generally unaccepted) single Jeje.
It’s a Nigerian thing. As soon as you hear a figure in foreign currency, you quickly go for your calculator-imaginary or otherwise-and convert it into dwindling-in-value-naira. It doesn’t matter whether the money is yours or someone else’s but as soon as a $ 100 is mentioned, visions of about N16, 000 float around your head.
You’ve heard that phrase before, “Live every moment as if it was your last.” In this season, as we remember singer, Goldie Harvey who passed on last week, it now more than ever before bears repetition. If the ‘Touch my body” singer knew that she was nearing the end of her days on earth, would she have done things differently? It’s quite difficult to say; because the dead don’t talk. But as we go through the last days of Goldie Harvey, perhaps you can answer that question for yourself.
Tiwa Savage would be chocolates, black on the outside, yummy on the inside. D’banj would be ice cream; his shades would prevent him from melting in the sun. M.I would be a teddy bear…just a bit taller. Dr. Sid would be designer mouth wash, it’s quite hard to give up being a dentist. Two face would be a coin; it’s not hard to imagine why. For P-square, it would be hard to tell, they’d be wrapped in a square box.
After its first few episodes, it’s fast becoming clear that anyone who wants to lose a large amount of money in record breaking time should simply apply to be on the money drop. Starting a game with 100, 000 dollars raw cash only to lose it all is bound to make some people really, really angry.
“Why did you not mention Abdul Mutallab?” someone commented, after reading last week’s article. The rest of the world does not need our help dragging our nation’s name in the mud; they’ve got that covered. But we as Nigerians need to be reminded that no matter how little the connection might be, there are stars out there whose roots are intertwined with ours. Now, even though the ‘L’ in Samuel L. Jackson does not stand for Lekan, there are a lot more Naija on the international scene.
Wedding bells are fast approaching for the ‘Phone Swap’ star, Wale Ojo. In an interview with Vanguard, this Nollywood hunk hinted that he has found the love of his life and is very likely to be married next year. Wale even confesses that one of the reasons why he relocated from the United Kingdom to Nigeria was to find his missing rib. Talk about the journey of a thousand miles…well, a good wife is hard to find! No wonder Wale is tightlipped about the lucky lady’s identity.
Ink is the in thing for Nigerian celebrities as many of them, both male and female, show off engrafted designs on their skins. From cute to scary, check out some amazing celebrity tattoos.
20 tuxedo-garbed and dashingly good looking men who were displaying deft moves and choreography under the Heineken James Bond billboard across select areas in Lagos captivated passers-by for hours recently.
When I read the news about the woman who confessed to have killed her husband of thirteen years in Magodo, Lagos state, I wondered what this world is turning into! I think the problem in today’s world is that; People are used and things are loved.Yes! It is a known fact that money is the root of all evil.
When l read the news about the woman who confessed to have killed her husband of thirteen years in Magodo, Lagos state, I wondered what this world is turning into!
Tragedy struck again in the early hours of Sunday in Jos, Plateau state. In the LGA called Barkin-Ladi when a group of bandits suspected to be Fulani herdsmen, snuffed life out of a family of eight, including a four months old baby in a midnight raid.
Five days to the 31st anniversary rain wreaked havoc on Ibadan, residents of the Oyo State capital were again left to mourn following a downpour that lasted about six hours that Friday.
More than 20 people were killed last Friday in a bomb blast at U.N. building in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital and about eight persons injured. Rescue officials at the scene were pulling the dead and injured from the rubble.
Recently, members of the Nigeria Association of Patent and Proprietary Medicine Dealers (NAPPMED) staged a peaceful protest to register their displeasure over the sustained raiding of their shops by men of the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN).
I was with a friend the other evening when a call came through his phone. My friend picked up his phone and whispered into it for a while looking so bitter as if there was bile in his mouth.
I took in the sad news of Motunrayo Ogbara, a 26 years old lady who took her own life because her fiancé dumped her for another woman.
There was a day I went to a Salon to fix my hair. And just like every beauty shop, there were women of all sizes and shapes present.In fact because it was a weekend, there were so many of them. It’s so because ladies, espeially the ones with formal jobs only have weekends to themselves.
When I heard the news of how a young, handsome man gruesomely murdered his beloved wife who was the mother of his daughter and the bread winner of his home, and how the wife until her death went through series of unreported beating episodes from him.
The residents in Lagos recently witnessed flooding of the roads and traffic gridlocks following a five-hour down pour. It was reported on the News that workers were stranded at bus-stops while others reported late at their offices because of the rain.
It is noteworthy to say that,the House of Representatives since the advent of this democratic dispensation in 1999 has been presided over by five lawmakers including Salisu Buhari,Ghali Umar Na’ Abba, Mrs. Patricia Olubunmi Etteh,Aminu Bello Masari and the last man standing Dimeji Saburi Bankole
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members ,other Nigerians in Kaduna, Ibadan, Port-Harcourt, and Benin recently called on the Federal Government to demonstrate the political will against the growing cases of banditry, bombing and kidnapping in the country.
The Anti Graft Agency popularly known as EFCC is on it again. Not long ago, they told us that former Governor of Edo State, Lucky Igbinedion was charged for embezzlement of public funds and it was drama all through. After the drama, it ended on a plea bargain.