I get more attention from my gay partner than his wife — Bobrisky
Nigerian cross-dresser and bleaching cream merchant, IdrisOkuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, has explained how he enjoys more attention from his gay partner than his partner’s legally married wife.
Explaining how he has been able to steal attention from his partner’s wife, the controversial but much celebrated cosmetic entrepreneur, said whenever it is his turn to cook for him, he goes all out to make sure he cooks delicious meals his housewife never cooks for him at home.
“I left to Makoko market this morning to buy fresh fish to cook for my bae. He is coming back to Nigeria. And moreover, it is my turn to cook for him this week. Anyway, I’m getting more attention lately than his first wife. The power of slaying”, he wrote on his Instagram page.
He added that for peace to reign, his partner acquired an apartment for him in one of the choice locations in Lekki, Lagos. “Second wife like us na house for Lekki dey rush us because the man don’t want trouble so he has to buy you your own house”, he wrote. He advised second wives to device strategic means of getting whatever they want out of their husbands. “Are you a second wife, you better use slay to kill him”, he concluded.
Seun Kuti attacks Kanye West for disrespecting Fela’s spirit
Late Fela Anikulapo-Kuti’s son, Seun Kuti, has attacked American rapper and Kim Kardashian’s husband, Kanye West, for claiming Fela’s spirit flows through him.
The American rapper made the statement in a video he posted on Twitter, where he bragged that he’s the best rapper, musician in the world.
“The music is the best on the planet. I am the best living recording artiste. We, rather, because the spirits flow through me. The spirit of Fela, the spirit of Marley, the spirit of 2Pac flows through me. We know who the best is”, he said.
Reacting to Kanye’s claim, which he probably innocently made out of the musical influence Fela must have had on him, Seun said, “on behalf of the Kuti family, I want to state that the spirit of Olufela Anikulapo-Kuti isn’t anywhere near Kanye West.” Recall that in 2017, Kanye West was reportedly treated for bipolar disorder after he suffered mental exhaustion.
Davido threatens legal action over third baby mama allegation
Nigerian pop music star, David Adeleke, a.k.a Davido has finally reacted to reports that his relationship with Chioma, his chef girlfriend, may have hit the rocks over allegations that he has a third baby mama.
The celebrated singer who was obviously furious by the report which has since gone viral on social media, reacted on his Twitter page, threatening to take legal actions against the media platform that carried the disturbing report.
“God punish you. See you in court”, he wrote angrily.
Chioma, who seems not to be disturbed by the rumour that Davido may be expecting his third child from a third baby mama, took to her twitter page to reassure him of her undying love.
“They can never stop us now, assurance fall on me, thirty billion gang, 100% love”, she wrote.
Meanwhile, celebrity Disc Jockey, DJ Cuppy, Femi Otedola’s daughter, had some words of encouragement for the love birds. “When you’re down to nothing, God is up to something. The faithful see the invisible, believe the incredible and then receive the impossible”, she wrote in the comment section of Davido’s twitter post.
However, it may not be surprising if the love birds are truly having issues over a third baby mama because since Davido went public about his relationship with Chioma, there have been series of speculation that the much celebrated romance will not stand the test of time because the pop star has little or no control over his desire for anything under skirts.
Youths laud declaration of Wizkid Day by Minnesota gov
Some Nigerian youths have expressed their excitements over the declaration of October 6 of every year by Governor Mark Dayton of Minnesota, United State of America, as Wizkid Day.
In separate interviews, they said that pop singer Ayodele Ibrahim Balogun, a.k.a. Wizkid, had worked tirelessly to promote the African culture through his music.
The governor’s declaration was meant to honour the ‘Nowo’ crooner for his various accomplishments in the entertainment sector.
One of the fans, Kolawole Samuels, a student of the Federal University, Lokoja, said that the pop singer deserved even more recognitions.
He said that Wizkid had contributed immensely to the growth of the Nigeria music industry and the world at large.
He said: “I am so happy for him and the Nigerian entertainment industry.
“He truly deserves such an honour because he is the most recent Nigerian act to be nominated for the Grammy Award.”
Also Adebowale Asaju, a student of the Yaba College of Technology (Yabatech), said that Wizkid had made history among the international community following his song with American artist Drake.
He said the song titled: “One Dance” remained Drake’s most chat topping single ever, spending over 11 weeks on the billboard.
Asaju said: “Wizkid is my guy; this development will have positive impacts on the Nigerian entertainment industry.”
Similarly, Chaste Agada, an electronic dealer, said that the Federal Government should make Wizkid Day a reality for Nigerians.
Agada said: “The afro-infusion into his songs makes him stand out and the Nigerian Government should do same as the US government because he is a living legend.
“He has the biggest endorsement deal with a multinational bottling company among his contemporaries; and by all standards he deserves every form of honour.”