Thursday, July 18, 2013
“To all the people abusing us for the records,mysef and my adorable, charming, world best husband did wat we can afford n pls to all my fans stop buying pirated copy so we can have enuff money for party nxt time.. I love u all and pls dnt insult my huge fan cos the LV cake was a gift from a fan which I reali apreciate..tnx to all my fans u guys rock my world.Toyin Aimakhu tweeted: “Sis Fathia tnx for sharing dat mini blender,sis iyabo ojo tnx for ur support n cash,sindodo iya mi,dayo Amusa,lara,doris, sis mercy aigbe n hubby,aunty foluke n hubby,tnx a lot..uncle desmond elliot I love u." “Hmmm to all my fans tnx a lot, idowu tnx for the cake,wumi tnx for the Z10…I can’t tank my fans enuff and my friends fadeke tnx a lot and oyin tnx for the drinks and DJ…U guys rock,”
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Davido posted on his Instagram page saying "Italy Was Crazy" a few days ago. Davido as been accused of having an amazing time in Italy with Joyce Osifo who has been trying to get her 15 minutes of fame with her upcoming show "Miss Black Beauty Italy". It was rumored that not only is Joyce the mother of three kids aged 10, 8, and 6, she is also married.Does This News Sound Real???
Over the weekend, news went viral that the actress might be investigated over a post and picture on marijuana the actress put online, Showing remorse and probably shaken by the NDLEA threat, Tonto took to twitter to advice her fans to stay away from drugs and marijuana, which she reportedly earlier encouraged.
The actress who starred in 'Black Berry Babes'is said to be heavily prsgnant with her first baby.Sources say she will give birth before the end of july,And also included how excited her husband is 'Jason'the ceo of IrokoTv.
Mercy Johnson reviewed this with an interview with Gossip Nigeria....Motherhood seems to have changed you… Yes, motherhood changes women. You begin to see yourself as a co-creator. You begin to see yourself as a protector. Few days ago, I was feeding Purity and she started dragging the bottle with me with the hot water in it. She pushed the bottle, I had to quickly push her away from the water and let it pour on my arm instead. That’s the kind of protection I am talking about. I think it will also make you feel more responsible for other children as well. You begin to see them as children of some other mothers. You have a sense of responsibility to want to protect them as well. How are you coping with your husband and the baby? There’s nothing like coping, he’s making my job easier. He dots on her. He carries her, feeds and does everything for her such that she misses him when he’s not around. You won’t believe she sleeps on his chest every night. He understands whatever adjustment I need to make when it comes to the baby. He’s a loving father? What about being a loving husband? He’s the best thing that happened to me. People usually say men are not reliable, in the case of my husband he’s a blessing. It’s obvious we are his priority.
Friday, June 28, 2013
This issue focuses on how plus sized women can be fabulous, make great fashion statements and also how they can improve on their self esteem.And being comfortable in your own skin.
Thursday, June 27, 2013
The Ghanaina actress stated this on Instagram ‘I know a kidney transplant will not cost more than 50k USD. Why are they requesting 100K when so many deals with cheaper hospitals out there in India even in Ghana can be worked out?’She also added saying ‘To get the necessary help, those in charge of OJB’s fundraising need to reach out to the right people and stop harassing celebrities for funds’,also saying people should refrain from harassing celebs over donations for the transplant she told fans, ‘Who said your 1000 Naira can not amount to something that can raise the sum needed for OJB’s transplant’.
Friday, June 21, 2013
Some fans taught maybe it’s because she doesn't have a father any more, but people who know her too well said her father is alive and lives in Ghana but she has never been in good accord with her, reasons she sent a message meant for him to her mother.Hmmmm is this right???
Due to her skin discoloration, Nollywood actress and singer Tonto Dikeh name was recently screened out among the actresses who were selected for Red Cross Society of Nigeria, Lagos chapter Celebrity Health Ambassadors.she was screened out for so many reasons one of which is her personality problem, and her skin pigmentation as she could not pass the health and personality selection exercise.
Few months ago, the reality TV star reportedly suffered crippling stomach pains that made her think she was going into labour a. Kim was rushed to the hospital after experiencing severe stomach pains.While struggling to move and fighting back tears, Kim had said: ‘It feels like I am in labour…. I hate it; I can never do this again.’ Doctors later diagnosed a stomach infection, gave Kim antibiotics and ordered her to rest.
Monday, June 17, 2013
Actress Mercy Johnson-Okogie has disclosed that she would have another baby when her first child and daughter, Purity is a year old.She made this known in a recent interview with Africa Magic.According to her, when asked if she has plans to have more babies in future, "yes of course, once Purity is one, labour room here I come."
Thursday, June 13, 2013
The Actress/Musician recently went to london for iyanya's concert which she performed.the actress went on twitter claiming the spots on her face was caused by mosquito bites in londonTonto Dike don't feel bad girl am also a spoty faced sister.lol. Welcome on board.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Rumour carriers listen o.This was what exactly she said when asked if she was pregnant It’s a good thing. 'That means they (Nigerians) are praying for me to pop out the little ones. Yeah, the little ones are coming soon, but you know, everything is in God’s hands and I’ll have a baby when I’m supposed to have a baby. I am definitely not under any kind of pressure. We wish for it to happen and of course it’s going to happen'.
Ini Edo as been getting bad press about her marriage and her not able to give birth for the past four years after marriage.... in her own words' “no matter what you people (press) write, it is not going to change the fact that I am happily married. I think you guys should be tired of all these. From the first day I got married, you people have been plotting all sort of evils, I don't know why you are not giving up on it. It is never going to happen. That's what I have to say.”
Friday, June 7, 2013
after secretly marrying her hot billionaire husband, Wissam Al Mana last year in a very private ceremony, Ms. Jackson made the decision to walk away from the grueling entertainment industry and they want to live a private life away from the paparazzi. So i guess she should now be called 'Hajiya Janet Jackson'
Saturday, June 1, 2013
Friday, May 31, 2013
The letter below was written by her PR to her bullies''Do you want to kill all our celebs with your bullying? I thought you had learnt after Goldie. Celebrities are human and have feelings. In her attempt to re-brand herself, you bullied Oge Okoye and made her hypertensive. "She's an mgbeke"...she's this...she's that..." you kept firing! While you were busy bullying her for nothing, more talent scouts were noticing her. You were too busy putting her down to even notice the beautiful concepts, only few with the trained eye and who genuinely understand art, left meaningful comments. Look at all the magazines she has covered, yet instead of encouraging her, you bully her even more. Her first big screen movie with Hollywood stars was just premiered in Lagos and instead of congratulating her, you continued abusing her when you saw photos, with some abusing her dress even though she looked hot. Oge is an only child, please don't kill her for mother.''. Abeg o no more abuses for me
Thursday, May 30, 2013
The wife and mother of a beautiful baby girl opened up in a recent interview..“I have to consider my husband before taking any role these days,”. “I will not do romantic roles as I used to back in the day. Though, if I saw a role that is good and positive, maybe I could act. I am now a new Dakore and not the old Dakore people used to know because I am coming into a new era in my career. I am now a mother and a wife. I just have to be more discerning about the movies that I embark upon.”This woman's skin is GBAM she a great example of being black and beautiful...
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde (born February 7, 1978) is an actress, singer, and philanthropist from Lagos, Nigeria. Since her Nollywood film debut in 1995, she has appeared in an astounding 300 films, selling millions of video copies. After receiving numerous high-profile awards, launching a music career, and amassing an enviable fan base, the press has revered the Screen Nation 'Best Actress' as Africa's biggest star. Today, she is not only noted for her incomparable showbiz accomplishments, but is also applauded for her remarkable humanitarian efforts. Over the years, Omotola has been a pioneer in the Nollywood film industry, successfully becoming the most watched actress in Africa. Omotola spent the early years of her life growing up with a family of five, including her parents and two brothers. She began to work as a model before launching her on-screen career and attending an unexpected audition. Omotola's critically acclaimed breakout role came in the 1995 film, "Mortal Inheritance", in which she portrayed an ill woman combating sickle-cell disease. Her performance in "Mortal Inheritance" earned the actress several awards, including, Best Actress in an English Speaking Movie and Best Actress overall at the 1996/97 Thema Awards, while the film itself is revered today as one of Nigeria's best ever made.In the late nineties and early two thousands, the increasingly known actress starred in several sequel films including, Lost Kingdom 2, Korsorogun 2, and Blood Sister 2, leading to a Grand Achiever Award on behalf of the Global Excellence Recognition Awards in 2004. By the mid 2000s, Omotola had catapulted into A-list status alongside other prominent performers like Genevieve Nnaji, Stella Damasus, and Pete Edochie. Omotola was awarded 'Best Actress in a Supporting Role' during the African Movie Awards in 2005. Itching to connect with her huge fan base on a more personal level, OmoSexy, as her fans would call her, launched a long-awaited music career in 2005 with the release of her debut album, titled, GBA. The album featured the singles, "Naija Lowa" and "The Things You Do To Me." Her sophomore album, "Me, Myself, and Eyes" brought in production from Paul Play and Del B, featuring the songs, "Feel Alright" ft. Harry Song and "Through the Fire" ft. Uche. Aside from being a wife, mother, and on-screen performer, Omotola has always had a passion for writing; so much so, she was offered her own column in OK! Nigeria. The now famous column, labeled Omotola's Diary, features writing's directly from Omotola about her life, experiences, and her inimitable viewpoint. Her other works, include personal poems and co-written scripts for many of the films in which she has starred. Omotola the philanthropist, powers her NGO project, the Omotola Youth Empowerment Project (OYEP). The undertaking brings hundreds of youths together for the Empowerment Walk and Convention. One of the program's very famous projects includes the 20 Widows Makeover. The program received a nomination for Best Charity/Cause Related Event at the Nigerian Event Awards in 2012 and continues to operate in remembrance of Omotola's late mother. Her activism and philanthropy continues with Save The Children UK, Enough is Enough, and Amnesty International; working for causes like the Maternal Mortality struggle in Sierra-Leone and the Own Up, Pay Up and Clean Up campaign for Niger Delta. She's remained a UN ambassador for the WFP (World Food Programme) since 2005. During the early 2010s, Omotola starred in several high-grossing films, which saw record-breaking success. The first being "Ije," (2010) becoming the highest grossing film ever in the African cinemas. This was followed by "Last Flight To Abuja," earning Omotola another box office record for becoming the highest grossing film in opening week. These accomplishments earned Omotola a new nickname, Cinema Box Office Queen. In 2011, Omotola was invited to attend the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, CA in recognition of her work with Amnesty International and her song "Barren Land," which was featured in a public service announcement, addressing the Shell Oil spill in the Niger Delta. 2012 marked another career high for Omotola. On October 27, she was awarded The Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television and Arts BEFFTA Icon Award, an exclusive honorary award for her outstanding contributions to the global film industry. Omotola acknowledged the recognition as an extremely special moment for her, stating, "this is the best award I have received on a global level." Since late 2012, Omotola has been starring in her very own reality TV-show airing on Africa's most popular network, Africa magic TV. The show, called "Omotola: The Real me," has become the most viewed television series in Africa as well as making Omotola the first Nigerian to ever have a reality television show. In February 2013, Omotola's popularity was still rising when it was announced that she had passed the one million likes mark on Facebook, the world's most visited social network site. Shortly after, it was announced that Omotola was named one of TIME Magazine's Most Influential People In the World on the 2013 TIME 100.