Linda Ikeji bares it all on premarital sex
Controversial blogger, Linda Ikeji, says her and her baby daddy, Sholaye Jeremi, are not suitable partners.
The 37 year old blogger took to her blog to detail reasons why her relationship with, her son’s father, whom she met in Dec. 2015, didn’t work out as she had expected.
Ikeji, who welcomed her son, Jayce, on Sept. 17 in Atlanta, Georgia, had many Nigerians wondering the real story behind her and Jeremi.
In her ‘epistle,’ she shared the strength and shortcomings in her relationship with Jeremi which eventually ended after she got pregnant for their son. Your ex could come in handy when you’re in-between lovers!”
“By mid-2017, we were both still single and we started seeing each other again quietly. There were times it was very intense and we talked about a future together, and there were times that I couldn’t figure out what exactly I was doing with this guy.
“We were not suited for each other. Totally different lifestyles and there was the problem of my fame so I walked away from this man a million times and he came after me a million and one times.
“No matter how much I pushed him away, he kept coming back to me, because I couldn’t find anyone else, I kept going back. Lol! So I was basically going back to my ex because I couldn’t find anyone else,” she said.
According to her, after she got pregnant everything became extremely weird between them.
“We went from talking about the pregnancy and being okay with it, to literally not talking to each other anymore.
“When I was about three months pregnant, he did come to see my parents and actually became very cool with my dad. They were literally exchanging Whatsapp messages every day.
“He later agreed to a traditional wedding which he didn’t follow through and then he switched. He began to treat me with so much hate and aggression that I and my family had to cut him off completely.
“To be honest if anybody had told me when we met three years ago, considering how deeply we cared for each other that I would fall pregnant two years later and he would completely turn his back on me for most part of my pregnancy, I never would have believed it but that’s what happened.
“I thought God sent him as my life partner but I guess he just used him as a vessel for my greatest blessing. Now his part in my story is over. This one is done and dusted,” she said.
Falz, Ahmed Musa, Simi headline nominees for 2018 The Future Awards
Ace rapper Folarin Falana (Falz), hip hop artist, Simisola Ogunleye, a.k.a. “Simi’’, and Super Eagles Stand-in captain, Ahmed Musa, are among the nominees for the 2018 The Future Awards to be held in Lagos.
The list of the nominees for the prestigious ‘The Future Awards for excellence’ was unveiled at a reception for the nominees at the British Council, Ikoyi, Lagos.
The Chief Operating Officer, The Future Awards, Mrs. Bola Adebakin, told journalists at the reception that the essence of the award was to give due recognition to youths who have been outstanding in their various fields.
“This is an award that gives due recognition to the outstanding ones in their chosen careers. They are carefully selected randomly and we have seen that they worth the awards,’’ she said.
One of the nominees in the Prize for Creativity, Ken Nwadiogbu, said the award was a surprise to him and that it would also encourage him to up his game.
“I am surprised at my nomination for this great award. It shows that there is a belief in me that I am doing it right and I promise not to look away from that,’’ he said.
The Future Awards Africa has been called the “Nobel Prize for Young Africans’’, and the “most important youth awards’’ by Forbes. It is a set of prizes given annually to celebrate and accelerate innovation, creativity and enterprise amongst young Africans aged 18 to 31 and has produced over 150 winners and over 1,550 nominees since its first edition in 2006. It is presented in conjunction with The Future Project, which has a mandate to build empowered citizens across Africa, through (inclusive) enterprise and (active) citizenship.
“This focus on Human Capital Development is informed by our value proposition: Africa’s growth needs a generation of young people who are gainfully employed and able to demand and secure better leadership.
For the 2018 edition, in the Prize for Music Simi, Falz, Adekunle Gold, Niniola Agata and Damiri Ogulu (Burna Boy) will slug it out for the gong. For the Future Award for Sports, Musa, Lecester FC midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, Thursdaline Peter, D’Tigress Captain Evelyn Akator and Tobi Amusan are all in contention.
I love Adekunle Gold – Simi
Since news broke that alternative music singer, Adekunle Gold, and velvety voiced musician, Simi, may be in a romantic relationship, the general public has been patiently waiting for a confirmation or a denial.
However, ‘Jamb Question’ crooner, Simi, has finally come out to profess love for the ‘Nurse Alabere’ singer, Adekunle Gold.
While expressing immense gratitude to Adekunle Gold for supporting her at her just concluded annual music concert tagged ‘Simi Live in Concert’, which held penultimate Sunday at the Hard Rock Café, Oniru, Lagos, she confirmed that she is in love with him.
“God knew what He was doing when our paths crossed. Your support is immense; your love is overwhelming in the best way. Thank you champ, I love you Adekunle Gold”, she said.
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