Friday, May 31, 2013
The letter below was written by her PR to her bullies''Do you want to kill all our celebs with your bullying? I thought you had learnt after Goldie. Celebrities are human and have feelings. In her attempt to re-brand herself, you bullied Oge Okoye and made her hypertensive. "She's an mgbeke"...she's this...she's that..." you kept firing! While you were busy bullying her for nothing, more talent scouts were noticing her. You were too busy putting her down to even notice the beautiful concepts, only few with the trained eye and who genuinely understand art, left meaningful comments. Look at all the magazines she has covered, yet instead of encouraging her, you bully her even more. Her first big screen movie with Hollywood stars was just premiered in Lagos and instead of congratulating her, you continued abusing her when you saw photos, with some abusing her dress even though she looked hot. Oge is an only child, please don't kill her for mother.''. Abeg o no more abuses for me
Thursday, May 30, 2013
The wife and mother of a beautiful baby girl opened up in a recent interview..“I have to consider my husband before taking any role these days,”. “I will not do romantic roles as I used to back in the day. Though, if I saw a role that is good and positive, maybe I could act. I am now a new Dakore and not the old Dakore people used to know because I am coming into a new era in my career. I am now a mother and a wife. I just have to be more discerning about the movies that I embark upon.”This woman's skin is GBAM she a great example of being black and beautiful...
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde (born February 7, 1978) is an actress, singer, and philanthropist from Lagos, Nigeria. Since her Nollywood film debut in 1995, she has appeared in an astounding 300 films, selling millions of video copies. After receiving numerous high-profile awards, launching a music career, and amassing an enviable fan base, the press has revered the Screen Nation 'Best Actress' as Africa's biggest star. Today, she is not only noted for her incomparable showbiz accomplishments, but is also applauded for her remarkable humanitarian efforts. Over the years, Omotola has been a pioneer in the Nollywood film industry, successfully becoming the most watched actress in Africa. Omotola spent the early years of her life growing up with a family of five, including her parents and two brothers. She began to work as a model before launching her on-screen career and attending an unexpected audition. Omotola's critically acclaimed breakout role came in the 1995 film, "Mortal Inheritance", in which she portrayed an ill woman combating sickle-cell disease. Her performance in "Mortal Inheritance" earned the actress several awards, including, Best Actress in an English Speaking Movie and Best Actress overall at the 1996/97 Thema Awards, while the film itself is revered today as one of Nigeria's best ever made.In the late nineties and early two thousands, the increasingly known actress starred in several sequel films including, Lost Kingdom 2, Korsorogun 2, and Blood Sister 2, leading to a Grand Achiever Award on behalf of the Global Excellence Recognition Awards in 2004. By the mid 2000s, Omotola had catapulted into A-list status alongside other prominent performers like Genevieve Nnaji, Stella Damasus, and Pete Edochie. Omotola was awarded 'Best Actress in a Supporting Role' during the African Movie Awards in 2005. Itching to connect with her huge fan base on a more personal level, OmoSexy, as her fans would call her, launched a long-awaited music career in 2005 with the release of her debut album, titled, GBA. The album featured the singles, "Naija Lowa" and "The Things You Do To Me." Her sophomore album, "Me, Myself, and Eyes" brought in production from Paul Play and Del B, featuring the songs, "Feel Alright" ft. Harry Song and "Through the Fire" ft. Uche. Aside from being a wife, mother, and on-screen performer, Omotola has always had a passion for writing; so much so, she was offered her own column in OK! Nigeria. The now famous column, labeled Omotola's Diary, features writing's directly from Omotola about her life, experiences, and her inimitable viewpoint. Her other works, include personal poems and co-written scripts for many of the films in which she has starred. Omotola the philanthropist, powers her NGO project, the Omotola Youth Empowerment Project (OYEP). The undertaking brings hundreds of youths together for the Empowerment Walk and Convention. One of the program's very famous projects includes the 20 Widows Makeover. The program received a nomination for Best Charity/Cause Related Event at the Nigerian Event Awards in 2012 and continues to operate in remembrance of Omotola's late mother. Her activism and philanthropy continues with Save The Children UK, Enough is Enough, and Amnesty International; working for causes like the Maternal Mortality struggle in Sierra-Leone and the Own Up, Pay Up and Clean Up campaign for Niger Delta. She's remained a UN ambassador for the WFP (World Food Programme) since 2005. During the early 2010s, Omotola starred in several high-grossing films, which saw record-breaking success. The first being "Ije," (2010) becoming the highest grossing film ever in the African cinemas. This was followed by "Last Flight To Abuja," earning Omotola another box office record for becoming the highest grossing film in opening week. These accomplishments earned Omotola a new nickname, Cinema Box Office Queen. In 2011, Omotola was invited to attend the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, CA in recognition of her work with Amnesty International and her song "Barren Land," which was featured in a public service announcement, addressing the Shell Oil spill in the Niger Delta. 2012 marked another career high for Omotola. On October 27, she was awarded The Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television and Arts BEFFTA Icon Award, an exclusive honorary award for her outstanding contributions to the global film industry. Omotola acknowledged the recognition as an extremely special moment for her, stating, "this is the best award I have received on a global level." Since late 2012, Omotola has been starring in her very own reality TV-show airing on Africa's most popular network, Africa magic TV. The show, called "Omotola: The Real me," has become the most viewed television series in Africa as well as making Omotola the first Nigerian to ever have a reality television show. In February 2013, Omotola's popularity was still rising when it was announced that she had passed the one million likes mark on Facebook, the world's most visited social network site. Shortly after, it was announced that Omotola was named one of TIME Magazine's Most Influential People In the World on the 2013 TIME 100.
Big Brother Africa, Beverly Osu, when asked if she would fall in love in the house,said, she had had enough in the hands of men, and that she is likely going in there to try her best to bring the glory home but for love, she is not sure of what will happen. Then she told a little story “I was in a relationship with this guy and I was close to marrying, but I broke up with him just because after fighting with my parents over him, and with my friends too; I found out that he had not a single feeling and neither did he love me at all so I had to break up with him. After all that this guy did to me, every guy that I meet and seem to fall in love with or any one that tells me he's in love with me, I don't take them seriously. All I know is that you guys will be chasing something and on getting it, you leave the morning after that.”Ok Beverly we would be watching...lol
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Monday, May 27, 2013
ANNIE Hawkins-Turner has the World's biggest natural breast each heavier than the average four-year-old child. Annie says she has never considered having her bust reduced, explaining: "Why fix something that's not broken?"
Sunday, May 26, 2013
Thursday, May 23, 2013
This was a great oooops....The beautiful actress while ascending a flight of stairs,revealed far more than she intended too.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
My first expression when I saw this was 'Awwwwwwwwwwww dat so sweet'The singer posted the photo on his Instagram page with the caption below. "#MymaddameAttheTop #Lover #Mother #bestfriend #confidant #sassy #classy #beautifultothemax…" So cute #Betterhusband
The Lady below is Lola AlaoActress Lola Alao made this statement "If a married man is the one that will make you happy, please go for it. I know married women would be angry with me but it is the truth of the matter".Then Stella Damasus blasted saying Lola alao are you for real? Why dont you first find a man to marry you and advise your single friends to go for him? Are you trying to justify that you are dating a married man? Why should another womans husband make you happy lola? Why are you advising young ladies to covet other peoples property? Are you not supposed to be an amsassador that will affect her environment positively? If the young men out there are not ready,whatever happened to being patient? This advice just shows how irresponsible you are ….I pray that God will never allow that married man you are dating to marry you.may. God open his eyes to see you for what you are and may he return home in thanksgiving to his wife. Young ladies please do not listen to this advice..it is from the pit of hell!” Stella's statement was made February of 2013 but I don't know the exact date.'So what does she have to say now???
Full List of Nominees for The 2013 Awards.......Best Female R&B/Pop Artist Beyoncé Tamar Braxton Alicia Keys Rihanna Elle Varner Best Male R&B/Pop Artist Chris Brown Bruno Mars Miguel Justin Timberlake Usher Best Group Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Mary Mary Mindless Behavior Slaughterhouse The Throne (Kanye West & Jay-Z) Best Collaboration 2 Chainz f/ Drake – No Lie A$AP Rocky f/ Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar – “Problems” French Montana f/ Rick Ross, Drake and Lil Wayne – “Pop That” Kendrick Lamar f/ Drake – “Poetic Justice” Justin Timberlake f/ Jay-Z – “Suit & Tie” Kanye West f/ Big Sean, Pusha T and 2 Chainz – “Mercy” Best Male Hip Hop Artist 2 Chainz A$AP Rocky Drake Future Kendrick Lamar Best Female Hip Hop Artist Azealia Banks Eve Nicki Minaj Rasheeda Rye Rye Video of the Year 2 Chainz f/ Drake – “No Lie” A$AP Rocky f/ Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar – “Problems” Drake – “Started From The Bottom” Drake f/ Lil Wayne – “HYFR” Kendrick Lamar f/ Drake – “Poetic Justice” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis f/ Wanz – “Thrift Shop” Miguel – “Adorn” Rihanna – “Diamonds” Justin Timberlake f/ Jay-Z – “Suit & Tie” Kanye West f/ Big Sean, Pusha T and 2 Chainz – “Mercy” Video Director of the Year A$AP Rocky & Sam Lecca Benny Boom Director X Dre Films Hype WilliamsBest New Artist Azealia Banks Joey Bada$$ Kendrick Lamar Trinidad Jame$ The Weeknd Best Gospel Artist Deitrick Haddon Lecrae Tamela Mann Mary Mary Marvin SappBest Actress Angela Bassett Halle Berry Taraji P. Henson Gabrielle Union Kerry Washington Best Actor Don Cheadle Common Jamie Foxx Samuel L. Jackson Denzel Washington YoungStars Award Gabrielle Douglas Jacob Latimore Keke Palmer Jaden Smith Quvenzhané Wallis Best Movie Beasts of the Southern Wild Django Unchained Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap Sparkle Think Like A Man Subway Sportswoman of the Year Gabrielle Douglas Brittney Griner Candace Parker Serena Williams Venus Williams Subway Sportsman of the Year Victor Cruz Kevin Durant Robert Griffin III LeBron James Ray Lewis Coca-Cola Viewers Choice Award A$AP Rocky f/ Drake, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar – “Problems” Drake – “Started From The Bottom” Kendrick Lamar – “Swimming Pools (Drank)” Miguel – “Adorn” Rihanna – “Diamonds” Justin Timberlake f/ Jay-Z – “Suit & Tie” Centric Award Tamar Braxton – “Love and War” Fantasia – “Lose To Win” Miguel – “Adorn” Nas – “Daughters” Charlie Wilson – “My Love Is All I Have” Best International Act: Africa 2Face Idibia (Nigeria) Toya Delazy (South Africa) Donald (South Africa) Ice Prince (Nigeria) R2Bees (Ghana) Radio and Weasel (Uganda) Best International Act: UK Marsha Ambrosius Estelle Labrinth Rita Ora Emeli Sandé Wiley
Actress Laide Bakare is set to wed and carry the baby of her colleague's ex.Picture below.....the Range Rover was taken from Bisi and presented Laide as a gift.