Saturday, January 31

Yes, She Don Get Belle, Na God Win, Tiwa Savage Celebrates On Instagram

Tiwa savage and hubby Celebrate

It's no secret that pop star Tiwa Savage is expecting her first child with hubby, Tunji "TeeBillz" Balogun. The couple made the announcement on New Years' Day with a super cute Instagram post.
Hours ago, Tiwa took to Instagram to celebrate her pregnancy with songs of praises to God – a la Korede Bello's increasingly popular hit, God Win.

She wrote, "I don get belle na God win."
She added, "love my lil bro's new jam Godwin, koredebello, @donjazzy, @caspertainment, #Mavin, #SMD #WeUp."

The hashtag #Godwin has been trending on social media, after Korede and his promo team encouraged fans to share something they are grateful to God about using the hashtag.
Cool stuff!
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Emma Nyra And Victoria Kimani For 'The Celebrity Shoot' Season 7 Of Abbyke Domina

Emma Nyra And Victoria Kimani
 
The celebrity shoot by celebrity fashion designer and stylist Abbyke Domina season 7 is here and Emma Nyra and Victoria kimani graces it. Below are pictures shot at the Maison Feheriet in Victoria Island for the shoot.

Emma Nyra And Victoria Kimani



Emma Nyra And Victoria Kimani

Emma Nyra And Victoria Kimani

Emma Nyra And Victoria Kimani
 
Emma Nyra And Victoria Kimani
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Women With Big Backsides Are Better Lovers Says Charly Boy Preaches

Charly Boy Preaches

Charly Boy is known for his extremely controversial posts. He is at it again to tell you a bit about how a woman's backside matters.
Read the post below: 
Let's discuss it now, no need to be shy or bashful about this, so stop forming gentleman for me. Wetin men see for women nyash wey be say some people no fit hol body. Is it the owner of the nyash abi the size of the nyash? Nyash get different code names. Some dey call am idi, ike, duwawo, ikebe,bakassi. Whatever language or slang, it still connotes a sense of excitement and adventure. I know many guys who think of riding as soon they see the twin set of assets.

Men generally love a curvy well packaged ass, because it is very attractive, arousing, and sexy. Everyone has a different vision and definition of beauty: whether it is skin deep or just in the eyes of the beholder. Men are attracted to curvy women because they look like women! I'm talking about size 12 to 16.  However, one man's meat is another man's mattress, that I know too well. It's all about proportion; you can be petite but curvy and voluptuous, or big and tall but curvy and voluptuous. BIG doesn't necessarily mean the woman is obese. Most guys simply love women with curves because that's what enhances their femininity, makes them women! Only young girls should be flat and thin, lepa straight up and down, because they haven't yet developed, dem never ripe. Curves define the woman.

For me, I'm so richly blessed, it's not fair.  I am basically living with a woman whom after several kids still possesses a flat tummy and a "Ghetto/J-Lo butt". She is no doubt considerably endowed, a flat stomach and a curvaceous butt. In fact this piece is about her. Tsikena! My woman's nyash be like custom made, e be like something Oyinbo go manufacture finish, come install am for her body. Kai! Curvier women are more confident of their sexuality and are better lovers. Well, maybe it's all in my head, but it is there. From time to time I love to make other men and women jealous when I take my baby out, I can see men's eyes following the nyash like a he-goat. Odikwarisky!!

Some people have even caught me in public, either fondling with the nyash or pinching it. To crown it all, her "headlights" no send at all.

The question is… why do men like curvy women with butts? I think I can manage to answer that. It's just like women love to see men who have buffed bodies and masculine, men also love women who are curvy.  It's just a better picture, the rest na story.

From an African man's perspective, he will tell you straight up "give the bones to the dogs, give the meat to the men". It is a black thing, we Africans flow like that. Curvy looking figures are the men's known weakness, any woman in the crowd with such a figure and a smile gets the attention of all the men in the whole crowd. Even if they are with their own women at that moment they will still try to make an excuse to look at her curves.

Have you ever wondered why the cheese has two nice folds and not one round one? Chai!!! I think the sole purpose for this creation was to give it a provocative nature. E get anything weydem dey take nyash do wey no dey sweet for body? 'Shiting', messing, f***ing…
So to all the ass men out there, let me know the size you like and the names you call it, as for me CharlyBoy, I like my own nyash custom-built!

However, the real beauty is on the inside, the inside is what is seen after being hypnotized by the exterior. Guys whether the subject of your admiration is small, thin, big, fat, just know that the beauty inside is much better than the beauty outside. These days, The Nyash or Head lamps can be bought, but the quality of the person is in their DNA and can't be twigged. So watch your wondering eyes, before you fall inside gutter because of Nyash Matters.
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Nigerian Transgender Man Talks About The Joy And Danger Of Living His Truth

Rizi Xavier Timane
 
He used to be a woman. Born in Lagos Nigeria. Now living in the US as Rizi Xavier Timane, a man. In an interview with Ebony, he reflects on his journey to living his truth, and the burden that comes with doing it in a country (US) that doesn't value 'Black men'.
I was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and I was assigned the female gender at birth. Both of these facts amounted to one thing: I had no power, no respect, and no privilege, nor would I have much of any of these throughout my life. Add in that I came from a less than wealthy family and was, for all intents and purposes, a lesbian, and I became a truly invisible human being; when I wasn't being ridiculed or abused, I basically did not exist.
I say "for all intents and purposes" because for as long as I can remember, I never thought of myself as a girl. Though I didn't know what to call it as a young child - I had no idea there even was a name for what I felt until I was eight years old, when two friends saw a transgender person on an American talk show and told me about it - I knew I was different. I felt how the boys I knew looked: masculine and tough, not feminine and delicate like my girl friends. I preferred pants to dresses, speaking my mind over being quiet and demure, and roughhousing in the dirt was infinitely more compelling playing dress-up with my mother's clothes.

Still, this gave me no status in the male-driven, patriarchal Nigerian society. And I grew up thinking this was my station in life: to be misunderstood and miserable, trapped in a body I did not feel was my own and stuck in a country that was homophobic, transphobic, sexist, and hyper-religious. When I told my family about how I felt, they told me to keep quiet. My mother and her church friends repeatedly performed exorcisms on me, trying to rid me of the demons that had made me what I was.

Every day between the ages of eight and twelve, I got down on my knees and prayed that God would change me into the boy I knew I was inside. When that didn't work, I tried running away from how I felt, turning later in life to drugs and alcohol and battling severe depression along with my gender dysphoria. I resigned myself to identifying as a Black lesbian for the rest of my life and to all the cultural bias and discrimination that comes with it, particularly in my country of origin, where being gay or lesbian can lead to imprisonment.

Eventually, through a long and difficult process of self-realization, I came to see that I did have some choice in the matter of how I presented my gender identity to the world. That I wasn't tied to that female body and its attendant dearth of cultural value. Today, after twenty surgical procedures plus ongoing hormonal treatments, I can proudly say that I am completely male inside and out. No longer am I the scared child living in an oppressive nation or the adult going through the motions in a life that was not my own. I am now a heterosexual man living in the United States and enjoying all the societal respect and privilege I'd missed out on for so long, when I was not able to express my authentic self.

As a man, I enjoy a higher status than I did when I lived as a woman - people listen to me when I speak and automatically value my opinions; I no longer feel meek and subservient, as I believed I was supposed to be. Of course, there are other challenges now that I am living in my truth. As a Black man, however, I constantly feel like I have a target on my back--like I am the focal point of America's most vehement hatred right now. I know that I could lose this life I've worked so hard to build in an instant - another Michael Brown, another John Crawford, another Eric Garner. Black teen boys are twenty-one times more likely than their White peers to be killed by police and the stats aren't much better when you turn 21. One in three of us can expect to go to prison in our lifetime. Whenever I leave my house now, my wife reminds me to keep both hands on the steering wheel if a cop pulls me over, so he doesn't think I'm reaching for a gun. While I don't dismiss the tragic cases of police violence against Black women, it's not lost on me that she didn't say this when I presented as a woman.

Overall I feel that much of my struggle as a transgender individual is behind me. But as a Black man, my journey has just begun. This is not exactly the life I signed up for. Not that I thought living as a man would be one nonstop party, but I guess we don't realize how serious a situation can be until we live through it. Still, I'm grateful; despite the trials of being a Black male in America, I am finally comfortable in my skin, and that alone brings me a sense of personal power.
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Awesome Fresh Talent Alert: Loria, Hello

Awesome Fresh Talent Alert: Loria
 
'Hello' is a fresh pop and upbeat sound by the new kid on our music radar Loria. 'Hello' was produced by the talented E Kelly, together these two have created musical and lyrical magic. Loria is definitely one to look out for! To keep up with this talent, follow @cocoloria on twitter and become a part  of her Facebook fam on http://www.facebook.com/pages/Loria-Nnam/730232007053479.  https://soundcloud.com/loria-5.
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Photo of the Day: Senior Citizen Carrying An Enlarged Picture Of Buhari At Lagos APC Rally

Senior Citizen Carrying An Enlarged Picture Of Buhari

What manner of Love? Dedicated Fan!
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Suge Knight Arrested After Killing Friend In Hit And Run

Suge Knight Arrested
 
Notorious former music exec Suge Knight has been arrested after fatally running down a friend on the set of the movie, 'Straight Outta Compton' after getting into a fight with security. He reportedly then backed up over the men he hit as he fled the scene. Full report from TMZ below.. 
Multiple witnesses tell us a movie shoot -- involving Ice Cube and Dr. Dre -- was going down when Suge pulled up in his car. We're told security told Suge to leave and that's when trouble began.
A fight broke out between Suge and 2 men. Suge got back into his car, took the wheel and threw the vehicle in reverse ... and ran over a man who suffered fatal injuries.
It's unclear at this point if the victim was connected to the movie. A source close to Cube tells us production had wrapped when the fight went down ... and he and Dre were not on set.
Sources connected with Suge tell TMZ ... the 2 men who fought Suge were the instigators. Our sources say Suge was scared because he's in frail health -- in addition to being shot 6 times last summer, he recently almost died from a blood clot.
The victim is Terry Carter, who we're told is a friend of Suge's who arrived with him at the scene. Our sources say Carter was in the process of walking to the passenger door of Suge's vehicle, but happened to be in the rear when Suge gunned it.
Two other men were also hit ... including Cle "Bone" Sloane -- who's appeared in "Training Day" and "End of Watch" -- and suffered non-life threatening injuries. Both men are in the hospital.
Suge has been placed under arrest and is being held on $2 million bail.
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BBA Tayo Faniran Shares Adorable Photos Of His Baby Son

Faniran Shares Adorable Photos Of His Baby

He's so precious!
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Seun Kuti Wants A Debate With Gen. Buhari

Seun Kuti Wants A Debate With Gen. Buhari

Maybe they can make this happen? :-)
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"Those Accusing Me Of Sponsoring Boko Haram Are Mad" Says President Jonathan

President Jonathan On Sponsoring Boko Haram

President Goodluck Jonathan has described those accusing him as the sponsor of Boko Haram as mad people, saying only “a mad man” will level such accusation against him.

He said this while speaking in Yola during the continuation of his presidential campaign, insisting that the Federal Government was determined to fight insurgency and root out Boko Haram from the country.

The president also announced the recovery of Michika Local Government Area from insurgents today.

He said Federal troops liberated Michika Local Government, adding that soldiers would proceed to capture Madagali and other areas still under insurgency.

He called on the people of Adamawa State to vote him into office, promising to liberate the country from insurgency.

Amid shouts of “sai Buhari” at the Muhammadu Ribadu Square, the President vowed to do more, if re-elected on February 14.

The National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Adamu Muazu, announced the lifting of the suspension placed on Alhaji Bamanga Tukur and Chief Joel Madaki.

He called on the two men to work hard for the unity of the PDP in Adamawa State.
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