Written by Ere-ebi AGEDAH

Ex-drummer accuses Beyonce of ‘extreme witchcraft


Ex-drummer accuses Beyonce of ‘extreme witchcraft’

A female drummer is accusing superstar Beyonce of ‘extreme witchcraft’ and casting ‘spells’ on her.

Kimberly Thompson, who in court documents obtained by The Blast says she worked for the singer for seven years, accused Beyonce of a campaign of harassment against her that included the practice of ‘dark magic’ and ‘magic spells of sexual molestation’.

Thompson even claimed the Lemonade hitmaker murdered her kitten.

The drummer filed paperwork seeking a restraining order against Beyonce believing that she had been tapping her phones and controlling her finances, The Blast reported Thursday.

A judge denied Thompson’s request for a temporary restraining order.

Beyonce has not commented on the bizarre allegations.


Sex for role? No actress dares me —Afolayan

Ace film maker, Kunle Afolayan, has revealed that no Nollywood actress would dare to dangle her body at him in return for a chance to appear in his movies.

The film maker said, “Personally I have never encountered a situation whereby an actress would offer me sex for a movie role. They would not even dare come to me. They say that I am proud.”

Speaking further, he said “The social media may have some advantages, but it also has a lot of disadvantages. It is only in the past that people would say that a director asked an actress for sex in exchange for a movie role. These days, some actresses would reach out to the movie director or producer and tell him that they would do anything just to be in the film.

“Hardly would they say such to me. Such a thing does not come to me and if it ever happens, I will just wave it aside. I will not respond.”

The movie maker said that, aside from acting, he was passionate about music. Stressing that he could have become a singer, he urged his fans to keep their fingers crossed as he could decide to launch a music career anytime.

“I would have been a musician if I was not acting, I still sing for myself. If God wants me to go into music, then it will happen,” he said.

Currently working on his latest film project, Mokalik, which means mechanic in English, the actor dismissed the rumour that he sent his child to train as a mechanic apprentice because he wanted to promote his new movie.

“I don’t do publicity stunt. Who wants to know me, do I care? I don’t. When I came to the mechanic workshop to fix my car one day, I remembered that back in the days, people bring their kids to learn the craft.

“I also noticed that there were many kids in the workshop. It coincided with the period that children were on holidays. I noticed that most times these kids would be engrossed in watching television and sometimes, they travelled out of the country for summer. This year, it did not happen so I decided to bring my son to the mechanic workshop to learn the job.”


Kemi Lala Akindoju ties nuptial knot with celebrity chef

Nollywood actor and producer, Kemi Lala Akindoju and her boo, Gbubemi Fregene popularly known as Chef Fregs tied the knot in a typical traditional wedding splendorous in Lagos on Sunday, 16th of September.

The couple who have been dating for a while without attracting public attention to their relationship would have cause to smile as marriage especially celebrity marriages are milestones looked forward to by friends and fans and now it is being consummated.

In the ‘Dazzling Mirage’ actor’s hashtag on Instagram, she put the word, #àṣéwẹ́rẹ́niṣẹ́olúwa which in Yoruba means ‘God Did It With Ease’.

The lovebirds have continually showered each other with romantic lines on their respective Instagram page.

Kemi Lala and Chef Fregz have written their names in gold on the movie set and in culinary programme having spent more than a decade in their respective industries.

It was only certain that actors and celebs would grace the wedding and they sure did as the occasion attracted dignitaries such as Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Iretiola Doyle, Rita Dominic, Adesua Etomi Wellington, Banky Wellington, Ebuka Obi Uchendu and a host of others to celebrate with the couple.

The 31-year Kemi Lala started her acting career in 2005 from stage performances before venturing into feature films and she has been nominated in many awards including the Africa Magic trailblazer award which she won at the 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, AMVCA.

Her hubby, Chef Fregs is a celebrity and professional chef after earning a Diploma in Cuisine at Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute in Paris, France and other degrees.



Dolapo Badmos begs ladies to stop being baby mamas

Police officer, Dolapo Badmos, has issued out warnings to young women on why they should shun ‘babymamanism’.

In an Instagram post, the fair-complexioned officer narrated an experience she had at the office between a baby mama and baby daddy.

She wrote, “Warning to young girls out there: STOP opening your body and soul to a man that don’t really care about you! It’s injurious….some of you even go EXTRA Mile to become a baby mama thinking pregnancy will give you a place in his home and heart? Hell NO! All you might achieve thereafter is to be tagged someone’s BABYMAMA! Is the title worth it? How can you debase yourself just to get an unconventional title of BABYMAMA When you can calm down and get your life moving forward! Yesterday, i had cause to sort out Baby mama and sweet boy issue! It was tough…The only thing that the young girl could do was to cry and cry with the words “My Life is miserable” Young girls please stop making your dear life miserable just because you want to be identified with a man when you can surpass him in all things if you work hard for yourself…..NOTE: Pregnancy don’t hold a man down, good values, moral and love do! Don’t be a BABYMAMA especially when you cannot feed yourself not to talk of an unborn child, it turns you to a nuisance.”









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