Why I dislike Linda Ikeji- Kemi Olunloyo
Even after once benefiting from billionaire celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji’s wealth during her incarceration in Port-Harcourt, controversial blogger cum journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has finally opened up on why she dislikes the blogger who recently welcomed her first child in Atlanta.
She made the revelation on twitter when a fan inquired to know why she is always at the gossip blogger’s throat.
The controversial blogger who spares nothing whenever she means to drag anyone in the mud, used unprintable words in explaining why she dislikes Linda Ikeji.
In her defence, she alleged that Linda had been responsible for a misfortune her younger sister suffered in 2006.
Kemi had alleged that Linda was never pregnant but paid a surrogate mother 1.8M for the child.
“Sincerely, I have been respecting myself but I think I need to fill you guys into this. Linda Ikeji got pregnant using ‘donor sperm’ because she started getting scared of menopause.”
Nene Alegimenlen wins Miss Ambassador for Peace 2018
It was an evening of entertainment and fun as the Peace Achievers Awards and Miss Ambassador for Peace Nigeria 2018 under the auspice of Peace Ambassador Agency held its annual awards and pageant show in Abuja.
The event which was witnessed by the crème dela crème of the society was laced with music and comedy.
Nigeria A-list artistes that performed include Faze alone, Rayce, Style Plus, Acapella, Ajebo, Philip Rennar, MC Taywaye, and MC BOB.
After what seem a fierce contest of beauties on the sprawl giving the judges hectic time to select the best among stunning angels, Nene Alegimenlen was finally chosen as the best, winning the Miss Ambassador for Peace Nigeria 2018, while Williams Ugochi Testimony won the Miss Ambassador for Peace Africa 2018 respectively.
Other winners include Queen Chioma Uzofoh faith as Miss Ambassador for Peace South East; Queen Princess Atima as Miss Ambassador for Peace South West and Queen Chika Cynthia Nwosu as Miss Ambassador for Peace South South.
Being the winners of the competition, they now become representatives of the organisation and will use their offices to promote peace in Nigeria, Africa and across the globe.
Speaking with the newly crowned queen, Nene Alegimenlen, she said her joy is unexplainable and thanked the organisers of the event for making her dream come through while promising to represent and carry out the task she is expected of.
“I feel awesome and overwhelmed. It was a journey and a fight because all the girls were good, beautiful and smart, but I know grace worked for me and prayers too. The support from my family was outstanding and that gave me courage. I believe that the challenge ahead will be overcome as I will use the platform to promote peace across Nigeria,” she said.
Lady Gaga reveals she was ‘bullied’ in high school
Lady Gaga plays struggling artist ‘Ally’ in the hit movie and admits being bullied in high school helped her understand how her character felt.
“Well, what’s different between Ally and I is that when I decided I was going to go for it as a singer and songwriter, I just hit the ground running, I was dragging my keyboard around New York and I was pounding on doors. I really believed in myself.” said the Poker-face hit maker at the film premiere in LA.
It was surprising to us after she reveals that her bullies inspired her role in A Star Is Born.
The Grammy favorite plays struggling artist ‘Ally’ in the hit movie and reveals being bullied in high school helped her understand how her character felt.
“Ally is not this way. My character in this film, she doesn’t believe in herself at all. She’s very jaded by the music industry and she’s given up on herself.” Lady Gaga stated.
“What I had to do was go back further into my childhood, into my high school years, when I was bullied and made fun of for having big dreams. “The singer said.
“That’s where I went. But I think I went further because I trusted Bradley so much to be vulnerable, to be my authentic self.” She added.
The 32-year-old singer and actress obviously loved working alongside Bradley Cooper.
She said to People magazine: “He’s such an incredible director; he’s such an incredible actor. The experience of him acting and directing and producing and writing music at the same time was completely fluid. “
I Go Dye rasp INEC over Osun guber
Ace comedian and social commentator, Francis Agoda, popularly known as I Go Dye, has described the inconclusiveness of the Osun State gubernatorial election as “nothing but a rape on our democracy”, saying, this may be a testimony of what may likely happen in the 2019 elections.
His words: “Going by global democratic trend, the will of the people cannot be subverted. Let no one assume the knowledge of superiority against the truth. It shall backfire. The present elections is a testimony or test of what may likely happen in 2019.We don’t need to win at all times. There should be a time to learn how to do things right.
“However, I call on Osun people to be law abiding and allow justice to take its course. How will INEC justify the fact that with the high number of security operatives present, there were still cases of irregularities? This is a slap on democracy and should not be encouraged at all. What is inconclusive? Is nothing but a rape on democracy and our sensitivity as a people.”