Tuesday, July 17


Watch Miss Fame transform Marc Jacobs into a gorgeous lady with makeup

by Staff writer

In a recent episode of his makeup transformation series "Painted By Fame", American model and celebrity makeup artist Miss Fame transformed top fashion designer, Marc Jacobs, into a gorgeous woman.

Watch the mesmerizing video below:


Katy Perry talks about her struggle with depression

by Staff writer

American singer Katy Perry sat down to discuss love, fame, and mental health for the cover story of Vogue Australia's August issue, out in July 23.

Never one to shy away from candid dialogue, Perry discusses her journey with mental health.

Monday, July 16


Should I have sex on the first date? - What you need to know!

by Daniel Nkado

It is 2018, a new era of hookup culture, yet some people still attach so much importance to when and where the first sex happened.

Sadly, women bear the brunt of "having sex too soon" the more, with many of them called "cheap" or "slutty" if they dared to remove underwear on the first date.

Sunday, July 15

Saturday, July 14


The problem with male feminists

by Staff writer

Most male feminists I know are feminists for a reason.

Either they are frustrated, hate themselves or lack adequate female attention therefore employing a veiled agenda to increase their female following by towing the feminist line of thought.


Here's who got nominated for a 2018 Emmy Award!

by Staff writer

Nominations for the 2018 Emmy Awards are here and, as The Hollywood Reporter pointed out, this is the first time in 18 years HBO isn’t leading with the number of nominations.

That honor belongs to Netflix this year with 112 in total nominations, compared to HBO’s 108.

Thursday, July 12


Parents take their son to court for refusing to move out of their house

by Staff writer

A New York City judge has in May 2018 ordered a 30-year-old man to move out of his parents’ house after they went to court to have him ejected.

Michael Rotondo told the judge he knows his parents want him out of the split-level ranch they share.

Wednesday, July 11


Brenda Spencer - The girl who hated Monday so much she began shooting people

by Staff writer

Brenda Ann Spencer is the first modern school shooter ever known.

On January 29, 1979, 16-year-old Brenda Spencer killed two people and wounded nine when she fired on San Diego's Grover Cleveland Elementary School with a .22-caliber rifle from her family's house across the street.


Chimamanda Adichie renamed ChimaWomanda on Twitter

by Staff writer

Renowned Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is well known for her emotive feminist speeches.

Speaking at a recent interview with Vulture, Ms Adichie expressed her pity for men who lose out on the benefits of motherhood.

Tuesday, July 10


Chinese people gather at water park to bathe in hot chili peppers

by Staff writer

In a rather bizarre ceremony, residents of the mountainous city of Chongqing in southwest China gathered at a water park to take a hot chili bath.

Called the hot chili bath challenge, participants are required to sit in a bucket filled with hot chili peppers and water.

Monday, July 9


Beyoncé might be pregnant again!

by Staff writer

Beyoncé fans are really speculating the superstar has taken in again!

Beyoncé who is currently on her On the Run II Tour alongside her husband, JAY-Z, incited the pregnancy rumors after a video of her with "slightly bulging" tummy was uploaded to Twitter.

Why Facebook and Instagram likes don't matter anymore

by Staff writer

Most people these days rate content just by the number of "likes" it is able to get.

True, number of likes, views and shares matter but if you take these metrics to be the only bases you judge a content on, then you are wrong.

Sunday, July 8


Lions maul suspected rhino poachers to death in South Africa

by Staff writer

At least two suspected rhino poachers have been mauled to death and eaten by lions on a South African game reserve, officials say.

Rangers discovered the remains of two, possibly three, people in a lion enclosure in the Sibuya reserve, near the south-east town of Kenton-on-Sea.

Saturday, July 7


Nigerian student kills herself in her hotel room in the UK

by Staff writer

A Nigerian student studying in the UK took her own life in Cardiff hotel room just days after a visit home for Mother’s Day.

Omojola Ogundipe, 20, was a second-year economics student at Bristol University and was popular among her peers.


Gbagada Wives - Episode 3


Nkiru’s husband, Nnamdi, works with a property maintenance company whose reputation for owing their staff far outweighs their expertise in delivering satisfactory service to their customers.

So when that morning Nnamdi got a call from his boss to come to the office on a Saturday, he knew something was up.

Friday, July 6

Thursday, July 5

Wednesday, July 4


Tina Turner's first son dies by suicide

by Staff writer

Craig Raymond Turner, the first son of American-born Swiss singer, Tina Turner, has died at the age of 59, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Craig was "pronounced dead at his residence in Studio City at 12:38 p.m. Tuesday,” Los Angeles County coroner’s office assistant chief Ed Winter confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.


Short Story: Blood And Liquor!

by Daniel Kakuru

We had barely settled down for supper when the door flew open and hurled itself against the wall, scrapping off tonnes of dust, some of which found its way into my eyes.

The hinges snapped and broke, and the door crashed to the ground with a loud bang.

Tuesday, July 3


'My father was in kidnappers' den while we played Argentina' - Mikel Obi reveals

by Staff writer

Nigeria captain John Obi Mikel faced Argentina on June 26 knowing that his father was being held for ransom, but did not tell anyone about it as the kidnappers threatened to shoot "instantly" if authorities were informed.

Mikel told KweséESPN that he received a call from the kidnappers four hours before kickoff in the decisive World Cup clash in St. Petersburg, and they demanded N10 million ($28,000 U.S.) for the safe return of his father, Pa Michael Obi.


Christian group attended gay pride to apologize to the LGBT community

by Staff writer

A very unlikely sight took place at the annual pride event in Marikina City this year.

A group of Christians holding signs and boards attended gay pride to apologize for the ways religion has hurt the LGBTQ community in the past.


Why Prince Harry refused to hold Meghan Markle’s hand at a royal event

by Staff writer

The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, was left hanging as Prince Harry rebuffed her attempts to hold his hand.

Markle, 36, moved her hand in her husband’s direction at the Young Leaders Reception at Buckingham Palace last week — but he quickly clasped his hands away from her.

Sunday, July 1


'Success in business is less about INTELLIGENCE!' - World youngest self-made billionaire says

by Staff writer

According to the youngest self-made billionaire on Earth, success is less about one's own brilliance and more about the employees you work with — and some bit of luck!

John Collison, a 27-year-old originally from Ireland, is the world's youngest self-made billionaire, worth an estimated $1 billion.


Openly gay Nigerian brand expert Kenny Brandmuse has remarried!

by Staff writer

Openly gay Nigerian brand expert Kehinde Bademosi, mostly known as Kenny Brandmuse, who made headlines when he revealed he’s been living successfully with HIV for over 15 years, has remarried.

Kenny, who had a tumultuous marriage with his ex-wife over his sexuality shared the news yesterday on his Facebook page with hundreds of fans and family sending in their congratulations.

Saturday, June 30

Friday, June 29


'It wasn't the fuel tanker's fault' - Lagos tanker explosion survivor says

by Staff writer

A survivor of the fatal fuel tanker accident that occurred on Otedola Bride, Lagos-Ibadan expressway has shared his views about what led to the explosion and why so many people died.

Writing on Twitter, the victim alleged the accident was not the tanker's fault.


Ighalo reacts to death threats, begs Nigerians to remember he is 'someone's child'

by Staff writer

Super Eagles striker, Odion Ighalo, has reacted to the alleged death threats issued to him and his family in Lagos on social media due to his failure to score goals from clear-cut opportunities against Argentina, saying it was not deliberate.

Ighalo, who replaced Kelechi Ihanacho in the second half of the match between Nigeria and Argentina in the ongoing World Cup in Russia, failed to score a goal from a "neat" pass from Ahmed Musa.

Thursday, June 28


What does Toxic Masculinity really mean?

by Staff writer

Toxic masculinity is the strict adherence to masculinity to the point that it becomes harmful.

Masculinity is a social construct that refers to how people in a society believe men should be. The qualities, behaviors, attitudes and actions that are associated with masculinity can vary from one society to another, and from one group to another.


Parents torture and kill 10-year-old son because he said he 'likes boys'

by Staff writer

Last Wednesday, authorities responded to a 911 call at a Lancaster home where a 10-year-old boy was found unconscious.

Anthony Valos had severe head injuries, including a brain bleed, contusions and bruises all over his body and was unresponsive when taken to the hospital.


"My dad is a tough man and he pushed me really hard" - Michael Jackson, 2001

by Staff writer

This is an excerpt from a speech Michael Jackson gave at Oxford University in 2001:

"You probably weren't surprised to hear that I did not have an idyllic childhood. The strain and tension that exists in my relationship with my own father is well documented.

Wednesday, June 27


How to stop your child from becoming an atheist

by Al Klein

Responding to a parent who is concerned about her child becoming an atheist and looking for ways to effectively stop this from happening, American engineer, Al Klein, wrote down this tips:

"Your child was born not believing in any god, so what you mean is what is the best way to convert your child to your religion, and make sure he never leaves it.

1. If you're Christian, NEVER allow your child to really read the Bible.

Reading the Bible is one of the largest causes of atheism.

If you actually take out time to read it, you start to question it. And then you start to question your faith. And before long you start to question the entire religion thing.

2. Indoctrinate your child into your religion from before the time he or she is old enough to remember - say by the age of 2-1⁄2 at the latest.

Bible nursery, then Bible school, all that stuff, where only the glamorous stories about your religion are told.

3. Instill an absolute dread of burning in hell forever if your child ever thinks of leaving Christianity.

Not being a Christian should be as unthinkable as being without lungs. One just absolutely cannot live unless one has lungs and one is a Christian.

And if you're asked about atheists, tell the child that they really do believe in God, they're just pretending not to because they're stupid.

In the end you'd have only raised a robot who is quite incapable of thinking rationally and standing up for him or herself, but who cares -- so long as you saved your child's soul!"

Disclaimer: These tips do not absolutely mean that your child would never find out the truth; remember this is the era of easy communication and finding knowledge and answers has never been easier!


Al Klein is a broadcast engineer, electronic communications equipment designer, programmer and systems developer!

Tuesday, June 26


Nigeria now country with largest number of poor people in the world!

by Staff writer

Nigeria has overtaken India as the country with the largest number of people living in extreme poverty, according to a new report by the World Poverty Clock.

Nigeria has a population of 198 million with 87 million people living in extreme poverty.