Entertainment

Akeem ReachnaijaMarch 19, 2019
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Nigerian wrter, Tosin Silverdam has reacts to Actress Adesuwa cover on Vogue Magazine.

According to him, he said “She looks so inferior compared to the other ladies on the cover, what did they do to her skin tone? She looks so bad and almost unrecognizable”

He wrote:

Honestly, I am not surprised this @adesuaetomi’s vogue magazine cover didn’t the break the internet. Although, this is a great feat and deserve somewhat celebration but sincerely speaking, this cover is quite disappointing. I’m not a hater, she looks like a slave on this cover. She looks so inferior compared to the other ladies on the cover, what did they do to her skin tone? She looks so bad and almost unrecognizable, when I first saw the cover, I didn’t even know she’s the one. @adesuaetomi is extremely beautiful but then again, she looks so odd and more like a slave to the other girls. She should have complained about the cover, this is not impressive at all. No wonder it didn’t break the internet. Anyway, some argued she doesn’t deserve this space, oh well, also the magazine regarded her as one of the biggest actresses in Africa. Seriously? Well, the likes of Genevieve Nnaji, @realomosexy Ritadominic or even Funke Akindele are veterans and they are too big for this type of cover, especially sharing space with other actresses. I would be disappointed if any of these big actresses accept this offer. But come to think of it, if @genevievennaji is actually on this cover, damn those melanin will be popping out gracefully.

 


Akeem ReachnaijaMarch 19, 2019
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The feud between 2 member of the defunct Platainshun Boiz group has taken a new dimension as the founder of the group, Blackface has just just alleged another member 2face is gay.

In a newly released diss song titled ‘War’ targeted at 2face idibia, Blackface rode on his long-standing beef with 2face Idibia calling him out over claims of hypocrisy and theft.

See some lyrics of the song below:

“I taught you how to rhyme, taught you how to flow / Now you say you’re a star, now you making dow, why you steal my song, you no let me know / Na you and your manager wey dey block my show from every carnival /

Your mama say you’re innocent but I know say you be cannibal”, he sang.

He also went on to allege that 2Baba engaged in same-sex intercourse as a sacrifice for his success.

“Make I expose you for who you are, 201 know your story omo where I go start / 2Face since when dem start to yansh you for back, that’s why you no fit stand straight, that’s what made you star”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1lTiAKz1EU


Akeem ReachnaijaMarch 18, 2019
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Different folks with different views and perspective. Tires are cars essential parts, without them, the car good as a statue.

Nigerians have a bad habit of disposing of used and bad tires anyhow, a visit to some other parts of the country will show you that tires are disposed of carelessly save for some companies who are recycling it and using it for shoes and other items.

Nkwocha Ernest is a Lagos-based artist who creates artwork pieces using condemned and used tires.

Ernest saw these and decided to make something out of it. He sees it as a monument with which he can make something beautiful from, with this little gesture, he has become an internet sensation.

See more of his works below…


Akeem ReachnaijaMarch 18, 2019
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The Nigerian Singer, Adekunle Gold has gone to his official social media page to wish his little sister a happy birthday as she adds another year today, here is what he wrote…

“Fadeke?!! How are you even 28?!!

My sister isn’t so little anymore.
I remember how after every term in school you would come 1st in your class and come back home with your results like it’s nothing. I used to be very envious (lol) because your head teachers comments always looked good, unlike mine that almost always said – “He’s too playful, do better next term”.
You are one of the most intelligent people I have ever known.
Happy Birthday to you and mom.
Love you two a lot.
@thatlagosgirl
PS. I still don’t know what happened to your dance skills, I used to be angry you could dance and I couldnt. ”

See photo…


Akeem ReachnaijaMarch 17, 2019
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Celebrity sisters Niniola and Teni have been spotted together on few occasions and it is being rumored the duo do not share so much in common.

However in a new interview with The Punch, Niniola has revealed that the public perception on their relationship is false and she communicates with her sister on a daily basis

“Teni is my baby sister and her success makes me proud. That is my baby doing good and I am very happy for her. That is how a big sister should feel. As a big sister, we talk every day as opposed to what some people think. Apart from music, we are blood sisters.” she said

While she didn’t totally rule out a collaboration with Teni, Niniola wasn’t clear about it either.

She urged people to stay vigilant, stating that anything could come up between them.


Akeem ReachnaijaMarch 16, 2019
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Popular Nigerian comedian, Helen Paul, has revealed that her family members never thought she would complete her secondary school education.

Helen Paul who recently completed her PhD and bagged a Doctorate degree, has now explained why her family never expected her to go that far.

In a chat with, punchng.com, the comedian said, her family expected her to drop out at secondary school level because she was very restless and playful. She said;

“In my family, no one believed that I would complete secondary school education let alone attend university. My mother always told me that if I finished from secondary school with good grades, she would kill a cow because I was very restless and playful. When I finished from secondary school and took my result to her, I demanded my cow but she was not forthcoming so I asked for a chicken, but she simply told me she had cooked rice and that I should go and eat it.

“To motivate me the more, she said that I should complete my university education, and that is when she would believe that I had really achieved a feat in life.”