Friday, 29 March 2013

Weird MC, Sasha P to perform with Salt-N-Pepa in Lagos
Salt-N-Pepa. Photo: Dominion of New York
Guess who is coming to town on May-Day? It’s none other than the hit US female group, Salt-N-Pepa.
Sources told NET yesterday, that the Grammy award-winning group will be in Lagos for a concert tagged ‘Divas Rock’, early May. Organized by Rodizzio Entertainment, the concert is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at the 10 Degrees Event Centre, Ikeja in Lagos.
And we’re told some of Nigeria’s finest female artistes Weird MC, Sasha P, Eva, and Ms Jaie will share the stage with the visiting acts
In the late 80s/90s, Salt-N-Pepa was the main voice of female rappers selling millions of records and winning several awards. They’re the first female rappers to win the coveted Grammy award.
Some of their biggest hits include, ‘Shoop’, ‘Push it’, ‘Let’s talk about sex’ and ‘Whatta Man’.

Why Tonto Dikeh Must Be Stopped! 
I have watched with patient annoyance, I have listen with patient distress, to the sights and sounds of our dear actress turn singer Tonto Dikeh. Like many others, I chose not to talk about her but I was forced to know how wrong I was for keeping silent by the words of Alibaba and OJB, two eminent personalities that means a lot to the entertainment industry.
Alibaba once tweeted “Playing a song of an artiste that you know is not good enough is no encouragement you are spoiling the market”, I don’t know what he had in mind. In an online interview with OJB by the crew of Information Nigeria, he said Tonto Dikeh should learn to sing. Simple as ABC!
Foremost, I must say I admire Tonto Dikeh’s confidence and doggedness, but to what avail is it when used in a wrong way. A cutlass is a good tool in the hand of a farmer, without which we cannot get food to it, but that same cutlass can kill! Despite her confidence there should be substance. Is music so hard to learn that she cannot even get average in a year?
Tonto Dikeh has a well publicised relationship with one of Africa’s best music producers, DON JAZZY. She once took to twitter to say she was deflowered by DON JAZZY and he replied saying “Me wey I still be V”. I don’t care about what they had together, my point is this, she enjoys a very good relationship with Don Jazzy, making it easy for her to have approached DON Jazzy if she truly wanted to make some good music. My opinion is this, it is either Don Jazzy already told her she cannot sing or she personally knows she can’t and decides not to talk about it to Don Jazzy.
Many upcoming artistes out there have seen their career rescinded due to annoying words from, DJs, Media personnel and the likes and yet they make music that are 10 times better than that of Tonto Dikeh. The only difference is that she was a star before she started singing making it is obvious that all we worship in the entertainment industry is money and fame not True talent and ability.
If a lady with the world at her feet and the cream of the industry at her beck and call, comes up with a song as poor as “HI” (Auto tune on a false tone (falsetto), how woeful?) and we accepted it, While there are several up and coming acts out there that can make music has good as that of Wizkid (I have met a lot that are better) still roaming the streets. This makes me wonder if Nigerian music has a body in place to monitor the type of music produced and released to the market. I am not against Tonto Dikeh singing, I am against her singing NONSENSE! If she can learn to sing well I’d be the first to clap for her once it is good music.
Several individuals in several capacities have built Nigerian Entertainment Industry (especially the music sector) to this point of international recognition. Should we watch with folded arms as someone crumbles it recklessly? Is it true that we only work for money not passion in this industry? Will the labour of our heroes (and heroines) past go in vain. We have to stand up and support good music! True talent and a not just desire to be popular, a lust for fame! Let us remember that injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere, Tonto Dikeh has to be stopped for the sake of the talented youths out there!

Four men who posed as EFCC to defraud Benue State Governor of $3m arrested

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Wednesday arraigned the quartet of Mark Gbaa (alias Nasiru Nasamu), Ezekiel Ajik Azi, Bulus Ashom Agwom and Nuhu Bawa Atangs before Justice E.N. Kpojime of the Benue State High Court, Makurdi, on a six count charge of impersonation, forgery and criminal conspiracy to obtain the sum of three million US Dollars from Governor Gabriel Suswan of Benue State.

The accused persons, who pleaded not guilty to the charges, were alleged to have conspired to falsely present themselves as officers of EFCC who are investigating the accounts of Benue State Local Government and had sought for the sum of three million US Dollars to “kill” the case.

In a bid to actualize the scheme, one of them, Bulus Ashom Agom, who was dismissed from the Nigerian Police Force in June 2012, was alleged to have forged a Nigerian Police warrant of arrest card no 35231 which he presented to the governor.

Thereafter, Governor Suswan alerted the Department of State Security, DSS which arrested and handed them over to the EFCC. It was at EFCC office that Bulus and Nuhu Bawa Attangs made statements that led to the arrest of others.

Having taken their plea, Prosecution Counsel, J.O Uzor, asked that they be remanded in prison custody and requested for a date to commence trial. This was opposed by the defence counsel, E.A. kume for the first accused and Izang Aware for the second, third and fourth accused persons.

Justice Kpojime however granted bail to the accused in the sum of N200, 000 each and a surety in like sum. He said that the surety must be a civil servant in the service of Benue State Government who must not be less than grade level 12. He further said that all sureties and accused persons must deposit their passport photographs. The case was adjourned to May 15, 2013 for trial.
(Lol trying to scam the governor? Na play una dey?)

Regina Askia was once a big deal in Nigeria, but no one believes her in the US

Photo: Naeto C shows off a picture of his son

He posted the photo on his instagram page and wrote:
Thanks 2 every1 for all the messages. Words arent honestly enuff to express this moment…its ironic especially for some1 like myself who is used 2 putting words 2gether…mayb later…but right now i’m just Thanking God w/my Family and enjoying my son’s company! I wish u all similar moments at some point(s) in your lives!“ 

The Forbes Five: Hip-Hop's Wealthiest Artists 2013

1. Diddy - $580 million: The bulk of the Bad Boy Records founder’s wealth comes from non-musical ventures, namely his deal with Diageo’s Ciroc. The agreement entitles him to eight-figure annual payouts and a nine-figure windfall if the brand is ever sold—and Ciroc’s value has never been higher

2. Jay Z - $475 million: He’s still rolling in cash from megadeals like his $204 million Rocawear sale in 2007 and his $150 million pact with Live Nation the following year. He continues to hold stakes in Roc Nation, Carol’s Daughter, the Brooklyn Nets and, more significantly, the Barclays Center itself, while adding new partnerships with the likes of Duracell, Budweiser and Bacardi’s D’ussé Cognac

3. Dr Dre - $350 million: It's thanks mostly to his Beats by Dr. Dre headphones. A year after selling 51% of the company to handset maker HTC for $300 million in August 2011, Dre and his partners bought back half of the half they sold in 2012—and their investment continues to soar in value due to Beats’ whopping 65% market share of the premium ($99 and up) headphone market.

4. Bryan “Birdman” Williams - $150 million: Riding from his Cash Money/Young Money empire. His roster includes Drake, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne (the latter crossed the $100 million threshold for the first time this year, by our estimates, but remains just outside the top five). Birdman also recently launched a YMCMB clothing line and a spirit called GT Vodka.

5. 50 Cent - $125 million: The bulk of his fortune came from heavy sales of his music, merchandise, video games and books in the wake of his smash debut Get Rich or Die Tryin’- and particularly from his payout for the sale of his stake in VitaminWater parent Glacéau to Coca-Cola in 2007.

Lynxxx has never been turned down by a lady

With a body like that, how can any woman under 30? turn him down? :-). Below is what he told City People in a recent interview:
Have you ever been turned down by a lady?
Lynxxx: No
Even in your KC days? (He attended Kings College)
I haven't ever been turned down because I always make sure there is green light first. And my game was too much then. Now I don't even have time to be chasing women. I am just focused on my music.
On marriage
I am trying to settle down as I am getting older. It is only right you settle down because when you are exposed to this kind of attention, it's very easy to go off track. And you don't know if the women want you for who you are or for your money or for your fame or to destroy you. You are a target once you are famous. So you have to be very smart and don't get exposed in a negative way.

Charlyboy: My Oga at the top; stop the rubbish
Charly Boy has finally weighed in on 'My Oga At The Top' saga.
It’s unfortunate, this article is coming in late. This is because I almost ignored the racket “ My Oga at the top” generated. However, because of some salient lessons in the whole joke, I have decided to hit you with this.
Even though, my ways may be very different from yours, I still believe we must be objective in our analysis, judgment, and conclusion about others. The NSCDC Commandant,  Mr. Shem’s experience in the hands of Nigerians and the Channel TV personalities cannot be too different from what many of us face on a daily bases.
Some of us have been arbitrarily judged, smashed, squeezed, criticized, and battered for several years because we have failed to be who they want us to be. Different darts and missiles have been thrown at us because they chose to judge us from the first impression they conceived about us. What insult haven’t we received? They will try to judge you by the few words they hear from your mouth. When you use signs and symbols to communicate national issues, they misconstrue every bit of it as you are either tagged the head of Nigeria Illuminati, or they may even try to put your sexuality to question. However, we still love them, and still fight for them even when they don’t really understand why we are here. Some have not even realized the need to hold on to the reality that confronts them today, instead, they are committed to producing gunpowder for the celebration of individual blunder, and they swiftly push national blunder aside.

Yes, the NSCDC Commandant goofed, he failed to give the correct NSCDC website, he wanted his oga at the top to announce that personally, hence he couldn’t go ahead to announce it, as his oga may end up announcing another one later. At first, it appeared to me as if he didn’t understand the question until he got to the point of providing the URL of the website, and then we all laughed when he was unable to provide the web address as demanded. We all laughed at his little or no IT knowledge, and not really because he is not competent enough to do his job. We all laughed because he had displayed some level of confidence right from the beginning of the interview till the point he was to give the website details.

However, is it enough to have made it a trending topic on twitter and on other social sites for days? I must say that we have all failed by pushing aside the lesson and the message of the controversial interview. If you don’t know, the message is simple; there is a systemic failure. We have all failed our country. We have even failed to channel our heavy online presence towards a more positive direction. We have failed to understand that the entire system has no structure as it stands now. If that is not the case, why were we not intelligent enough to see beyond Mr. Shem’s failure and begin to reflect over leadership failure, using the social media platform? It has always remained this way, where only few of us can speak our minds in a country where mediocrity reigns supreme. We have failed to see how mediocre now flood the civil service , but all we are now looking at ,is just Mr. Shem’s blunder. Why???

Members of staff in several organizations know little or nothing about their organization. They can’t even tell ‘categorically’ like Mr. Shem, whether they have an existing or functional website. How effective are various media units that are scattered across different Ministries in the country? NSCDC should even thank God that it was Mr. Shem who failed, and not their media unit, because such would have been possible. I know that majority of Nigerians that work in the civil service are not up to date with the internet social world, as they believe in doing things the old way. You won’t even blame Mr. Shem for not being able to give the correct web address or not being able to add, because the NSCDC Website, prior to the controversy was almost dormant. How would you expect one to know a website that doesn’t exist or non-functional?

But my pain is simply that we have all failed to tackle the most pressing issues of the day, falling into the trap and deception of the phrase “My oga at the top”. We have been so deceived and then became so careless about our safety, laughing hysterically; with our eyes gazed at “My Oga at the top” until the dreaded Boko Haram found a way to shoot us with their arrows. We laughed until we forgot that we have urgent national issues to address, and the faceless ones hit us hard again in the city of Kano.  What a shame!

While we were busy gossiping, creating cartoons, producing T. Shirts, and cooking beats in the studio to ridicule just a single individual, we lost millions of naira at the Murtula Mohammed Airport, Lagos to some armed men who stormed the airport, harassing both Nigerians and foreigners. I heard they had a swell moment at the airport. You can’t just imagine that armed robbers could succeed even in an International Airport. Where is safe then? “Yet, we were busy with My oga at the top”

While we took the joke to another level, the Boko Haram militants also saw our weaknesses and carefree attitude, and they hit us hard, killing well over 60 people in the Kano bomb attack. They beat all security apparatus in place in the volatile city, because, we refused to watch our back as we were laughing at “ My Oga at the top”

In our usual carelessness, when some people were demanding for amnesty for some faceless people, we kept mummed, because we were only interested in “Oga at the top.” We refused to ask questions on why some people should be advocating for this group.

As good, committed, and patriotic citizens, couldn’t we have embarked on a campaign against violence using the social media platform for that purpose? How many of us are willing to laugh at some of the ogas in the North who have sold the future of our children in the name of leadership tussle? How many of us have been able to tell the Northern leaders that they have failed their people for giving some terrorists the supports they really do not deserve? Yet, we still talk about “My Oga at the top”

These are no time for such jokes as we have better and serious issues to address as Nigerian youth and children. Enough of this “My oga at the top” Stop the rubbish now! Let’s ask them some questions on why we must continue to bury our ourselves.

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Justin Timberlake and Jay Z tour beating Kanye West and Jay Z tour

According to reports, Jay Z and Justin Timberlake's Legends of Summer tour has been outselling Jay Z and Kanye West's Watch the Throne tour by 5 to 1! Damn!

Also, Justin Timberlake's new album, The 20/20 Experience, went platinum in it's first week. Kanye might not be feeling Suit and Tie, but it seems everyone else is....

Kim Kardashian finally reacts to the fake tweet about Nigeria 
Omotola gave her a piece of advice earlier...

Full-Length Action Packed Wolverine Trailer Is Finally Here

Finally the full length trailer for Wolverine is out following the 6-second and 20-second trailers put out to make people ask for more, yeah many of us wanted to see some more action and that’s what we’ve got in this new trailer.
The trailer opens with the saying “Eternity… is a curse.” before we see Logan/Wolverine about to get into a brawl at a bar when he is stopped by Yukio who was sent by her boss (a Japanese businessman) to bring Logan to Japan where he can thank him and repay him for saving his life during his WWII days. Logan gets offered the gift of mortality which is immediately followed by Ninjas, Samurais and more ass-kicking.
Check out the synopsis and trailer after the jump.
Based on the celebrated comic book arc, this epic action-adventure takes Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), the most iconic character of the X-Men universe, to modern day Japan. Out of his depth in an unknown world he faces his ultimate nemesis in a life-or-death battle that will leave him forever changed. Vulnerable for the first time and pushed to his physical and emotional limits, he confronts not only lethal samurai steel but also his inner struggle against his own immortality, emerging more powerful than we have ever seen him before.

Africa’s Top Ten Richest Artistes

Nigerian entertainers once more proved their worth as trail blazers on the continent as Answers Africa listed Tuface, BankyW, D’Banj and PSquare among Africa’s ten wealthiest artistes.BankyW was listed number 9, 2Face Idibia on 7th position, D’Banj came 3rd while PSquare was placed 2nd after Senegalese singer, Youssou N’Dour who topped the list.About their earnings, Africa Answers wrote that:PSquare makes more than $150,000 per show. Their Squareville which is located at Ikeja is worth $3 million and as part of their brand support, they also have a 3 years deal with Globalcom; a Nigerian telecommunication company as brand ambassadors where they are paid a million dollars a year.D’banj, they said, made $1 million dollars when he was paid by a TV station to star on his own reality show called the Koko Mansion. His Atlanta crib was estimated to worth $1.5 million and he reportedly charges on the upside of $100000 per show currently.Tuface, who just recently painted the city of Dubai red with his exquisite and exclusive wedding, reportedly has a vast investment in real estate across Nigeria, earns around $50k to $80k per show and owns a night club in Nigeria just to name a few.For Banky W, Answers Africa wrote: “His talent in music has made him one of the richest African musicians. He has been a brand ambassador for Estisalat mobile in Nigeria and is currently the face for Samsung products in the west African nation. Out of his generous heart, Banky W has started off Mr capable foundation; an education charity organization with the aim to aid in the education of children from poor families.”Other Africans on the list are Joseph Mayanja popularly known by his stage name as Joe Chameleon or Jose Chameleone from Uganda (10), South African singer/Trumpeter Hugh Masekela (8), Fally Ipupa from DR Congo (6), Salif Keita from Mali (5), Kofi Olomide also from DR Congo (4) and Senegalese singer/percussionist, Youssou N’Dour at the top of the exclusive list.

Photos: 2face & Annie idibia Partying Hard in Dubia After Wedding

Fake Kim Kardashian Tweet Causes Uproar on Twitter
The last time Kim Kardashian trended in Nigeria was when she made her first visit to the country for Darey’s valentine concert in February. A month later, she’s burning up the social trend list in Nigeria over a ‘tweet’ which seemed to have erupted a lot of discomfort among Nigerians.
How dangerous can 140 characters be? Well, when Kim K allegedly tweeted that ‘Nigeria is such a disgusting country. I couldn’t wait to leave. lol Scott said their women look like apes and I agree’.
Although the tweet was fake, ‘photoshopped’ by a certain @chuckicheese, it went viral in minutes with Nigerians reacting- expectedly – negatively to it. The scenario became that serious and some blogs actually fell for the expensive joke.
‘Funniest s**t, I ALWAYS use @BET for my fake retweets but people still fall for it‘, @chuckicheese wrote on his Twitter last night.
Nigerian rapper 2shotz was one of the many Nigerians who also fell for it. ‘F**k kim kardarshian… wld she say such about naija girls?‘, he wrote on his Twitter page.

Photos: D'banj Spotted Partying With Big Sean And Wiz Khalifa At Big Sean's 25th Birthday Surprise Party In Los Angeles!

Big Sean & Jhene Aiko
Dbanj & Wiz Khalifa
Big Sean & Wiz Khalifa
With Common (far right)
                                                             Eja Nla Osheey!


Mega-stars including Katy PerryJohnny DeppOne DirectionSelena GomezDwayne Johnson and Kristen Stewart reigned as this year’s favourites, winning top honours at Nickelodeon’s 26th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday 23 March. Hosted by the biggest kid in Hollywood, Josh Duhamel, the awards were broadcast from the Galen Center at USC in Los Angeles where kids honoured their favourites from the worlds of film, music, sports and television.  This year, a record-breaking 387 million votes were cast around the world in 22 categories.
In the spirit of the star-studded slimefest, Duhamel kicked off the celebration by singing a special Kids’ Choice Awards version of Pitbull’s smash hit “Don’t Stop the Party”, as he made his way from the dressing room to the main stage.  Experiencing a series of random celebrity encounters along the way, Duhamel thumb wrestled with Mike “The Miz” Mizanin, was tackled by Jerry Trainor dressed as a yeti, wore the same dress as Fergie, scatted withSteven Tyler and played an elaborate game of rock-paper-scissors with Megan Fox, only to be transformed into Pitbull himself as he reached the stage.
For the first time ever, a special camera gave the fans a 360-degree view of all the action on stage.  Also a first for the messfest, Nickelodeon debuted the “Kids’ Choice Mustache Cam”, a take on the popular “kissing cam”, which featured kids and celebs including Miranda CosgroveDebby Ryan andBridgit Mendler wearing fake funny mustaches, with Duhamel singling out Judd Apatow for having the best real mustache. In a display of his athletic prowess, Duhamel hit the stage wearing Dwight Howard’s LA Lakers uniform and challenged Howard to a “Slime Dunk” contest with the winner,Howard, getting a face full of the green goo.  With the wave of a magic wand, Sandra Bullock and Neil Patrick Harris attempted to create a slime-free zone, but their plan backfired and the two were honoured with a dual sliming at the presenters podium.  Duhamel teamed up with Nick Cannon for the Tandem Buttkicking Zipline Sumo Spectacular in a slime-tastic finale thanks to blimp recipient Dwayne Johnson, but Josh Hutcherson and Amanda Seyfried took the prize for the most epic sliming on the show.                         
In their first-ever live performances at the KCAs, multi-talented global superstars Pitbull, Grammy Award-winning vocalist Christina Aguilera, and Ke$haignited the stage.  In addition to “Don’t Stop the Party”, Pitbull performed his explosive hit “Feel This Moment” with Aguilera and a crew of mini lookalike dancers, and found himself drenched by a massive slime fountain at the end of the song.  Ke$ha rocked the stage amid bubbles, confetti and disco balls, with a medley of “We R Who We R” and her new single “C’Mon”.  Not to be outdone, Duhamel, decked out in a milkshake costume, got his groove on with the kids in the audience during a special “Kids’ Choice Shake” dance stunt.
Orange blimps were presented to Johnny Depp for Favourite Movie Actor; Kristen Stewart for Favourite Movie Actress and Favourite Female Buttkicker;The Hunger Games for Favourite Movie and Wreck-It Ralph for Favourite Animated Movie. Dwayne Johnson won top honours for Favourite Male Buttkicker and Adam Sandler took home the blimp for Favourite Voice from an Animated Movie for his role of Dracula in Hotel Transylvania.  In the television categories, Favourite TV Show went to Victorious; Favourite Reality Show to Wipeout; Favourite Cartoon to SpongeBob SquarePants; Favourite TV Actor to Ross Lynch and Favourite TV Actress to Selena Gomez.  In music, top honours went to Katy Perry for Favourite Female Singer; Justin Bieberfor Favourite Male Singer and One Direction nabbed Favourite Music Group and Favourite Song.  Most valuable players LeBron James and Danica Patrick won for Favourite Male Athlete and Favourite Female Athlete, respectively.  The Hunger Games series garnered Favourite Book; Temple Run won Favourite App and Just Dance 4 won for Favourite Videogame.
The star-studded telecast featured additional celebrity participants, including: Steve CarellKristen WiigJaden SmithLucy HaleKaley Cuoco,Darren CrissBig Time Rush, Cory MonteithJennette McCurdyAriana GrandeSofia Grace and RosieGabby DouglasZachary Gordon, Jessica Alba, Kevin Hart, Ashley TisdaleLucas CruikshankScott Baio and the cast of See Dad RunRico Rodriguez and many others.
“Nothing was off-limits for first-time Kids’ Choice Awards host Josh Duhamel, from ziplining across the arena to donning a milkshake costume andSpongeBob’s square pants.  This year’s host took funny to an entirely new level,” said Russell Hicks, President, Content Development and Production, Nickelodeon.
See below for the full list of Nickelodeon’s 26th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards winners:
Favourite TV Show
Favourite Reality Show
Favourite Cartoon
SpongeBob SquarePants
Favourite TV Actor
Ross Lynch (Austin & Ally)
Favourite TV Actress
Selena Gomez (Wizards of Waverly Place)
Favourite Movie
The Hunger Games
Favourite Movie Actor
Johnny Depp (Dark Shadows)
Favourite Movie Actress
Kristen Stewart (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2)
Favourite Animated Movie
Wreck-It Ralph
Favourite Voice from an Animated Movie
Adam Sandler (Hotel Transylvania)
Favourite Male Buttkicker
Dwayne Johnson (Journey 2: The Mysterious Island)
Favourite Female Buttkicker
Kristen Stewart (Snow White and the Huntsman)
Favourite Music Group
One Direction
Favourite Male Singer
Justin Bieber
Favourite Female Singer
Katy Perry
Favourite Song
“What Makes You Beautiful” (One Direction)
Favourite Male Athlete
LeBron James
Favourite Female Athlete
Danica Patrick
Favourite Villain
Simon Cowell (The X Factor)
Favourite Book
The Hunger Games series
Favourite Videogame
Just Dance 4
Favourite App
Temple Run
The 2013 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards premieres on Nickelodeon (DStv Channel 305) on Wednesday 27 March 2013 at 16:45 WAT (repeats: Friday 29 March at 19:15 AT; Sunday 31 March at 11:05 WAT).

See What Happens When Choristers Fight Over Choirmaster

18-year-old Hannah Okurabe, a chorister at Cherubim and Seraphim  has been disfigured by two of her fellow choristers; Temitope Abigeal and Temitope Remi of the same Cherubim and Seraphim church at Progressive Road, Ebute Meta.

Abigeal (26) and Remi (28) were said to have assaulted Hannah with razor blades at Abule Nla junction, a few metres away from the church....according to PUNCH newspaper, the incident was said to be the result of an earlier fight over the church’s choirmaster, Joseph Unuigbe.
Joseph who is also a member of the same church, is married to a different woman entirely with two children...and the two women (Abigeal and Remi) are currently cooling off at the Kirikiri Minimum Prison.

See the guy who took a bullet for Wizkid...

Yeah, I'm wondering the same thing. Is he speaking literally or figuratively? Also, you can make new friends...just make sure you keep the old ones...

Supermodel Oluchi looking lovely in blue floor length gown

Nice dress!!!

2face Idibia's baby mama Pero Adeniyi spotted in Lagos

One of newly married 2face Idibia's baby mamas, Pero Adeniyi was spotted in Lagos over the weekend. Heard she's been around for a while now and was even in Lagos during 2face and Annie's March 8th traditional wedding in Eket. Pero told people she was in Lagos for business and will be returning to her US base some this week.

Pero and 2face have three kids together, Rose, Justin and the baby she had last year. She also has another child with ex husband, Tunde Borokini.

Happy 32nd birthday to Mr Capable
The singer and music label exec is a year older today Wednesday March 27th. He's celebrating with friends in Dubai. Happy birthday to him and many more successful years ahead.

Rapper Eva's photoshoot at AFWL Concession store - Studio 29

Eva Alordiah smoulders in a series of playful and sultry poses in pieces from award winning AsakeOge brand stocked at Studio 29. Wearing limited edition pieces from casual to evening to occasion the gorgeous rapper embodies the spirit of the AFWL brand: fabulous, black and beautiful.

Studio 29 boutique, an extension of the highly successful Africa Fashion Week London (AFWL) brand is set to open its doors to Lagos fashionistas from Sunday 14th April 2013 at 29 Opebi road, Ikeja.


Rick Ross under fire for date rape lyric
Rick Ross is under fire for a rap lyric that glamorizes Molly use (popular recreational psychoactives, most commonly sold in the form of "ecstasy" tablets) and date rape...

Rick Ross featured on rapper Rocko's new single 'You Don't Even Know It', where he spits,

“Put molly all in her champagne/she aint even know it/I took her home and I enjoyed that/she aint even know it."
Guard your drinks around Rick Ross ladies, because he might rape you. He's giving you fair warning.

Obafemi Martins moves to Seattle, USA
After living and playing in Europe all his life, Super Eagles striker Obafemi Martins has moved to the US. Obafemi, who now plays for the American Soccer League, moved to Seattle on the 16th of March. He signed a contract with Seattle Sounders FC this month but the terms of contract were not disclosed, per Major League Soccer and the team policy. He actually left Nigeria last night after playing for the Super Eagles this last weekend

Martins was living with his pregnant girlfriend Abigail Barwuah in Spain but she had to move back to Italy when he moved to Seattle. I hear she will join him in the US after giving birth. Abigail is in her last trimester.

Pregnant Kim K steps out in eye popping dress

The reality star wore this beautiful dress for an interview on Good Morning America today.