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Ten People you never believed exist

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There are some people in the world that until you see them live, you won't believe that they truly exist due to some kind of traits they possess. These traits have make them unique among people around the world and this has gotten some of them the world's Guinness Record. Today, I bring to you 10 out of these people with special traits that you won't believe they really exist. 1. The Magnet Man Naturally it is impossible for a him to attract irons like a magnet. Science has also proven the fact that our body is not magnetic in nature but a man has proven this wrong. The man in question have a strong magnetic forces running through his body which makes him attract metallic objects even without literally placed on him. 2. Man With The Longest Natural Lashes A man has ...

Nigerians stood by Tiwa Savage on Twitter as Beyonce’s Mother slams her

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The Queen of Afrobeat Music Tiwatope Savage, popularly known as Tiwa Savage and fondly called Mama jam jam and NO1ABG is currently being dragged on Twitter for calling out Beyonce to help use her platform to make awareness on what's happening in Nigeria. Tiwa who in the video she made, said she get backlash and as well blacklisted, truly she was dragged by the hives but her soldiers came through for her. After a while, Beyonce showed support to the end Sars movement after the lekki massacre that happened at the protest ground. Some Nigerians appreciated her but she still got dragged for speaking up too late. It seems this got to her mother, as her mother slams Tiwa Savage saying "Beyonce isn't your political leader" she also referred to Tiwa Savage as 'the other lady'. N...
Eniola Badmus reacts to the news that she was shot

Eniola Badmus reacts to the news that she was shot

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Nollywood actress and producer, Eniola Badmus, has come out to debunk reports that she was shot dead during the shooting at Lekki tollgate on October 20. Apparently, there were reports that a woman who looked like her was shot at the protest ground and this led many people to believe it was the actress. Well, Eniola has come out to reveal that she is very much alive and that she couldn't make it to the protest grounds on the day of the shooting. She wrote: "Against all speculations about me being shot or dead at the unspeakable incident that happened at the toll gate a few hours ago, I would like to inform you guys that I Eniola Badmus is hale and hearty. In fact, I couldn’t make it there today to lend my voice on the #endsars movement. "But in truth, I am broken and scatte...
God told you nothing- Phyno blasts Rev.Fr Mbaka Over claims on Buhari

God told you nothing- Phyno blasts Rev.Fr Mbaka Over claims on Buhari

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Nigerian rapper, Phyno has called out Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka over his past claim that God told him President Buhari is a “prayer answered”. The singer said this following the alleged killing of End SARS protesters at the Lekki by the military on Tuesday. Infoexpert had reported that bullets fired by military personnel hit some persons and at least one person has been reported dead and many injured. Reacting, Phyno re- shared the video, where Mbaka had campaigned for Buhari rigorously in 2015, stating that the Nigerian President “is the answer God gave to Nigerians when they prayed.” “God told you nothing, I am so heartbroken,” Phyno wrote.
I can marry for money –Charity Nnaji

I can marry for money –Charity Nnaji

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Age disparity and money in marriages have often been the subjects of discourse on social media and actress, Charity Nnaji, is of the opinion that marrying a rich man would always guarantee happiness in a union. In an interview with Sunday Scoop, the actress said, “I can marry because of money. If one doesn’t love a man but marries him because of his money, one would later fall in love with him. But when one loves a man who does not have money, the love would later fade. I don’t care how strong the bond is, once the woman is the one footing the bills, she may start getting angry. Money is like a solid foundation that holds marriage. An average Nigerian woman who is married to a jobless man would most likely cheat. Love is not enough as far as marriage is concerned. A young woman would o...
Why I don’t get upset –Don Jazzy

Why I don’t get upset –Don Jazzy

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Mavin Record boss, Don Jazzy, is one individual who is often in high spirits. As a matter of fact, many say they have never seen him angry. Meanwhile, the producer has finally disclosed the reason he doesn’t get upset. Speaking on a segment of Apple Music radio with DJ Cuppy tagged ‘African Proverb’, Don Jazzy said, “A lot of people say that I hardly get upset or I’m always happy. There is one proverb that actually explains that. It says, ‘Hot anger is not capable of cooking yams’, so no matter how upset one gets, one cannot boil yam with the annoyance. “I don’t think there is any problem that cannot be solved or talked about. Most times, I feel when one gets upset and acts in anger, one might probably dig a bigger grave for oneself or make the matter even worse than what started th...
Two years after Lola Margaret deported from the US

Two years after Lola Margaret deported from the US

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Lola Margaret Oladipupo popularly known as Lola Margaret is a Nigerian actress, movie producer, director and a model who was born on March 21st in Ilesa, a city located in Osun State, Nigeria. She lost her parents in 1999 and was living with her aunt who was very supportive. Lola Margaret completed both her primary and secondary school education in Osun state south-western Nigeria. She graduated from Lagos State University where she obtained a bachelor of Arts degree in History and International Relations. Lola started her acting career after she met a Nigerian comic actor, Bolaji Amusan who introduced her to acting. She was brought to fame after she featured in the movie 'Bisola Alanu'. Ever since her debut, she has featured in so many movies like Agbara Ife, Akuko and Omo Oloro wh...
Songs that defined #EndSARS protests

Songs that defined #EndSARS protests

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Davido— Fem Pop star, Davido’s song, Fem is undoubtedly one of the most played songs at the protests that have spiralled across the country. Although the song does not have any political message, ‘fem’ is a Yoruba word that means ‘shut up’ and it has been used as a symbolic word to shut up anybody the youths don’t want to listen to. For example, while Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu initially attempted to address protesting youths in Alausa, Ikeja, the disc jockey on ground played the song, interrupting him. It wasn’t until Sanwo-Olu cajoled the frustrated youths before they eventually allowed him to address them. Ajebo Hustlers— Barawo remix ft Davido With its catchy hook, ‘This country na wa’, the remix of Port Harcourt-based duo, Ajebo Hustlers...
Olayinka Solomon speaks on MC Oluomo buying her a new house

Olayinka Solomon speaks on MC Oluomo buying her a new house

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Nollywood Actress, Olayinka Solomon, popularly known as Ogo Mushin, had unveiled a new house and car she got in celebration of her birthday. Addressing the issue in a recent interview, she said: “I am a mother with three kids, though one is adopted. This is not my first house. This one is just special because the others are occupied by tenants. Last year, when I unveiled my second house, it also went viral. I think what made this a buzz on social media was because I also got a car as a birthday gift that same week. People are wondering how actresses are building houses and I find that hilarious. Young ladies who are not actresses or celebrities also build big houses but because they are not popular, people don’t talk about them. As individuals, we use our money for different purposes ...
Oreka Godis, Ibrahim Suleiman tested in ‘Heaven Baby’

Oreka Godis, Ibrahim Suleiman tested in ‘Heaven Baby’

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The fragile bond between a young married couple is tested when Mohini (Oreka Godis), who secretly got a contraceptive implant after her wedding, has to choose between a thriving career she painstakingly built over several years and having a baby – the only thing her husband, Jaiyeola (Ibrahim Suleiman), wanted more than marrying her’. The above scenario played out in ‘Heaven Baby’, a 17 minute-long short film recently released by The Naked Convos, which has transformed from a destination for young Nigerians to share their thoughts with articles and short stories, to a full-fledged content production and distribution company. The film is TNC’s second production of the year after the success of its dark drama web series titled, ‘My Name Is A-Zed’. Speaking on what inspired the movie, ...