Wednesday, April 14, 2021

This is why your vagina farts during s3x 😀

Well, just for some of you that wonder why your vagina farts during s3x, lol.

This is it. 

According to the theory, ''Your vagina can fart during s3x. It’s usually caused by the emission of trapped air inside the vagina. It’s called a Qeef and absolutely normal.''

So don't fear!

Deji Adeyanju mocks E-Money, Cubana Chief priest, others who visited Yahaya Bello

Lmao, Who is Deji? Lmaooo oh dear, he makes opposition ''sweet''.

So Cubana Chief Priest, E-Money and others met Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello and Adeyanju decided to share photos of them on twitter saying Cubana had taken his friends to the Governor to collect as his 'ministerial campaign' continues.

Sharing the photos, Deji wrote; ''Yahaya Bella’s ministerial campaign continues as Cubana Priest takes E-Money & co to also collect.''


Burger King to open in Nigeria amid economic woes

Omo queue go dey long die, lol.

American fast food retail chain, Burger King, is expected to start its operations in Nigeria by the fourth quarter of 2021.

Nairametrics reported an exclusive interview with Antoine Zammarieh, Burger King’s franchisee in Nigeria and Managing Director, Allied Food & Confectionery Services Limited.

“Burger King will start operations by Autumn, i.e. between September and November 2021. We have set up the Quality Control unit and have met some of our local suppliers to seal the deal. Also, we have sent some of the ingredients to America to test quality,” Mr Zammarieh said.

Real Madrid bus attacked ahead of Liverpool match

A window on the Real Madrid team bus was smashed ahead of the Spanish giants’ Champions League clash with Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday.

“We condemn unequivocally the actions that led to Real Madrid’s team bus being damaged during its arrival to Anfield this evening. It is totally unacceptable and shameful behaviour of a few individuals,” Liverpool said in a statement.

“We sincerely apologise to our visitors for any distress caused. We will work together with Merseyside Police to establish the facts and identify those responsible.”

The match is being held behind closed doors due to coronavirus restrictions.

Ghanaian actress, Rosemond Brown who had a n3de photoshoot with son goes on trial

Ghanaian actress and model Rosemond Brown, popularly known as Akuapem Poloo who had a n3de photoshoot with her son has appeared in court.

She is currently facing trial over the photos that went viral in different African countries including Nigeria.

Recall she had taken the photos on her son's 7th birthday.

According to the prosecution, on 30th June 2020, Rosemond celebrated her son’s seventh birthday by taking n3de pictures together with her son who was also half-n3kd.

Bukola Saraki's 2023 campaign posters flood Abuja

Former Senate President Saraki's 2023 campaign posters have flooded some parts of Abuja.

Now, we aren't sure if this is the work of his enemies or the Kwara top son is actually going for the first office.

Former Oyo, Ondo military administrator, Usman, is dead

A former military administrator of Oyo and Ondo states, Ahmed Usman, has died at the age of 70 years.

Mr Usman, who retired from the army as a colonel, was reported dead in the early hours of Wednesday in Jos, the Plateau State capital.

Although from Kogi State, he was the military administrator of Ondo State from 1994 to 1996 and Oyo from 1996 to 1998.

Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, has mourned his demise.

Being s3xually committed to one person for life makes one sad - Uti Nwachukwu

Uti Nwachukwu has said being sexually committed to one person for life makes one sad.

He says this happens to both the male and female.

Uti says it's not easy to be committed S3XUALLY to just a partner for someone's ENTIRE life, and well he isn't forcing this on anyone, but says intending couples should seat and talk about their love before they venture into it about cheating once a while.

He also says those people committed to just one partner are usually sad and ''bitter' and are the people who are usually quick to judge and pressure others living freely. His words below...

The story of my life will amaze you- Actress Biola Adebayo opens up on her life with a throwback photo

Nollywood actress, Biola Adebayo has taken to social media to share the story of her life with her fans.

According to Biola, it took her about seven years to finally get admission to University as she lost 4 different admissions because she couldn’t afford to pay the fees. She revealed that she was famous for hawking different things including bread.

Sharing a throwback photo of herself as she reminisced about the old days.

She wrote: 

”This picture reminded me of my humble beginning … I hawked different things on the street but was more popular with bread cos that was the last thing I hawked as a young adult seeking for admission into Uni, it was a tough one, I know a few people can attest to that here.

“I regret not becoming a US citizen''- Chimamanda Adichie

Nigerian writer, Chimamanda Adichie has shared her regret about not becoming a citizen in the United States when she was given the opportunity but rather chose to be a citizen of Nigeria.

In an interview with the media personality and host of Big Brother Naija, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on Bounce radio, she revealed her regrets for not accepting to be an American citizen.

 According to her, everything about Nigeria frustrates her. Chimamanda also disclosed that she has stopped attending catholic churches in Nigeria. She stated that she stopped because some activities become way too much about money, fundraising, and thanksgiving.

In her words…..

“She’s Nigerian but Nigeria deeply frustrates her. She came to the immediate realization that she doesn’t have to be a dutiful daughter or citizen despite wanting to share in the average experience of an average Nigerian. She made the choice of not being a US citizen which she deeply regrets.”

Fraudsters hack profiles of JAMB’s ad hoc staff, divert over N10 million

Over a dozen fraudsters have gained access to an intranet site belonging to the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, and altered profiles of the board’s ad hoc staff, diverting over N10 million meant for their allowances.

JAMB Registrar, Prof Ishaq Oloyede, while parading the suspects, Sahabi Zubairu from Taraba State and several others on Wednesday said the board uncovered the fraud after a careful investigation.

He said JAMB’s government policy requires that monies meant for ad hoc staff are paid directly into the accounts of the beneficiaries, a situation that gave room for the hackers to gain access to the website.

Madoff world’s biggest Ponzi scammer dies in US jail

Bernard Madoff, who was convicted for running the largest known Ponzi scheme in world history, died on Wednesday in prison. He was 82.

He was serving a 150-year sentence at Butner Prison in North Carolina.

A spokeswoman for the prison bureau said Madoff’s death at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, about 3:30 a.m. EDT (0730 GMT) was believed to be from natural causes.

He had been suffering from terminal kidney disease and several other medical ailments.

Davido helped me break away from shyness – Peruzzi

Tobechwuku Okoh Victor -Peruzzi has disclosed all the help the DMW record label boss Davido did for him in the past.

Peruzzi has been having series of interviews with Chude Jideonwo about how he met Davido, how he helped him, and how far he has made it in the music circles. 

Aside from being signed to Davido’s label DMW, Peruzzi is also Davido’s right-hand man.

 In a new interview, Peruzzi disclosed that he was a shy person but Davido was the one who helped him break away from his shyness. He disclosed that being with Davido has helped improve his understanding of business aside from music.

In world first, Denmark ditches AstraZeneca's Covid-19 shot

Denmark today became the first country to stop using AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine altogether, following news of its possible link to very rare blood clot cases, health authorities said.

The decision will push back the scheduled conclusion of Denmark's vaccination scheme to early August from Jul 25, they said.

Results of investigations into the blood clots "showed real and serious side effects," health agency head Soren Brostrom said in a statement.

"Based on an overall consideration, we have therefore chosen to continue the vaccination programme for all target groups without this vaccine."

Reactions as shoes which look like human feet surfaces online [photos]

Some fashion brands and outfits are taking their innovation to a whole new level and patrons are yet to come to terms with the new innovation introduced by a shoe brand.

A Twitter user with the handle @LifeofPaul shared bizarre and weird-looking photos of a shoes produced looking like the feet of a human.

The shoes were knit and constructed in the shape and form of a human feet with blue lace tacked firmly on the shoe.

Reacting to the photos, some Twitter users alluded to the fact that the shoes are scary and will put one in fear at midnight when he or she sees it, however, a user of the platform wondered how possible it is for her to be wearing someone else’s leg.

See some reactions below;

Simi stuns in beautiful new Instagram photos

We love!

Most of the time, we are the bad friends we all complain about - Toyin Abraham

Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham took to her Instagram page to share her thoughts on friendship.

According to her, people are the bad friends they complain about. Read what she wrote below...

''You complain that friends are bad and so you don't want to have friends. I complain that friends are bad and so, I'd rather do without them. But honestly, who are these bad friends that make us all want to do away with friendships if not us all? ?é ? f?? gb?? òót??, most of the time we are the bad friends we all complain about. All of us are guilty in one way or other.

We've been a bad friend to somebody at one point or the other. So, if we avoid, cancel or run away from everyone who has offended us at one point or the other, what do we do with ourselves?

US states sue Joe Biden for allowing wave of asylum seekers into America

A handful of US states are suing Joe Biden over the president’s decision to allow a new wave of Mexican asylum seekers into America.

 Texas, Arizona and Missouri have all filed federal court lawsuits against the Biden administration for reversing former president Donald Trump’s controversial so-called ‘remain in Mexico’ policy.

 The 2019 law came under fire for forcing people who are seeking asylum to sometimes live in dangerous migrant camps while their claims are processed in the US.

 But in February, Biden relaxed the terms of Trump’s Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) and began allowing asylum seekers enrolled in the program to come to America and stay there while their claims are decided. 

Toke Makinwa gives scary update on how she feels after taking her Covid-19 jab

Media personality,Toke Makinwa has given a scary update of how she feels after taking her covid-19 jab.

She got herself vaccinated yesterday and updating fans on how she feels after being vaccinated got most people sacred and some might not get vaccinated with the fear of going through all these pains after that.

According to Toke, her head hurts, her back hurts, her eye sockets hurt with body pains but no severe fever, and gets extremely tired too after she got vaccinated yesterday and that is getting some people scared.

Pep Guardiola admits he’ll be branded a FAILURE if Man City don’t win Champions League

Pep Guardiola knows he will be called a failure if Manchester City flop in the Champions League again.

City lead Dortmund 2-1 ahead of Wednesday night's crucial quarter-final second leg.

The Etihad giants have never progressed beyond the quarter-finals with the club itching to break their European Cup drought.

Ahead of the game, Guardiola said: “If I retire now, or in five or ten years, what happened in my career, it was completely unexpected when I started.

Bandits kill young man five days to his wedding in Kaduna

Gunmen suspected to be bandits have killed a young man identified as Francis Jonathan Ayuba, five days to his wedding in Kaduna state.

According to his friends, the deceased was set to tie the knot with his fiancée on Saturday, April 17, 2021.

He was killed when bandits attacked Wawan Rafi II village, in the Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna state on April 12. 

A friend of the deceased, identified as Mc Cm on Facebook wrote, “You talked to me about your wedding on the 17/04/2021(this Saturday) and I told you I was booked already…5 days to your wedding, Fulani attacked your village, Wawan Rafi and you are no more…Hmmmmmm Rayuwa. Francis Jonathan, may God rest your soul..Amen. My condolences to your wife to be and your family.”

Waje turns down a young man trying to shoot his shot at her

Singer Waje has politely turned down a young guy in his 20s trying to shoot his shot at her asking how old she is to know the age gap between them.

The young man who seems so much interested in singer Waje asked her how old she is as he wants to date her but he is in his 20s.

But the singer  respectfully turned him down saying she’s sure he will find a lovely girl about his age to show him that she’s far older than him and can’t have a romantic relationship with him as he wishes.

See the convo below...

FUTO gets new female Vice Chancellor

The Governing Council of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) has elected Prof Nnenna Oti as the new Vice Chancellor of the institution.

She succeeds the outgoing vice chancellor, Prof. Francis Eze.

Prof. Oti was the deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic until her new appointment.

She emerged top with 75.5 points to beat six other candidates.

Google’s Doodle honors music legend Oliver de Coque’s 74th posthumous birthday

Google on Wednesday unveiled a Doodle to posthumously mark the 74th birthday of Nigerian music legend and highlife maestro Oliver de Coque, one of Africa’s most prolific recording artists of all time.

The Doodle, created by Lagos-based graphic artist and illustrator Ohab TBJ, pays tribute to the guitarist who died in June 2008 at 61 following a heart attack.

The creative inspiration was drawn from De Coque’s love for the guitar, his energetic performance style, his unique music brand, and his love of tradition and culture.

“Oliver de Coque was a popular musician from the Igbo part of Nigeria. As a kid back in the 90s, I recalled my late dad playing his songs. I will never forget watching my uncles and aunts dancing to his music; their happiness was contagious,” says Ohab TBJ.

London court slams perpetual injunction on woman ‘defaming’ Olukoya, MFM

A London High Court (Queen’s Bench Division) has granted a perpetual injunction restraining Maureen Badejo from publishing further defamatory words against or concerning Dr. Daniel Olukoya, his family and the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM).

The judge, Master Gary Thornett, also ordered Badejo to pay the legal costs incurred by the Olukoyas in the suit.

He ruled that further court session(s) would be held to determine the actual cost to be awarded to Dr Olukoya, his family and the Church.