Thursday, October 29, 2015

PRESS RELEASE : Queen Of Trust Pageant is Now 'The Nigerian Queen' cc @TheNigeriaQueen

This is to officially inform the general public that the organizers of Queen Of  Trust pageant, '001 Entertainment

PHOTO OF THE DAY : This Crow Is a Better Law Abiding Citizen Than Some Of You

Well this is still very amazing I still can't explain the honesty of this pics because it is a Crow putting away a used Can of drink in the waste Bin. However please guys try and keep your environment clean it is necessary for healthy living

PRESS RELEASE : Queen Of Trust Pageant is Now 'The Nigerian Queen'

This is to officially inform the general public that the organizers of Queen Of  Trust pageant, '

NEW MUSIC :Adele – Hello Remix Ft Rick Ross || (@rickyrozay) (@Officialadele)

We all know that Rick Ross loves jumping on successful arts and as usual he drops his bossy flows on the record

Blog Reader Needs Your Advice On A 'Smooth' Toaster. She Is Confused

We are really selective at sharing the mails sent to us but we think this would be of help to the lady and anyone that might be facing the confusion so leggo.

Lady Zooms Back Home Weeks After Running Away to Marry Instagram Man

For some strange reasons I find this funny. She finally learned that social media and reality are two different domains of life.

British Actor/Model Sam Sarpong Commits Suicide after Jumping Off a Bridge Aged 40

We are sad to inform you all that British-American actor and model Sam Sarpong has committed suicide.

Sarpong had played Nollywood actress Omoni Oboli's husband in the ovie, Anchor Baby in 2010.

He passed away on Monday, Oct. 26 after leaping to his death from a bridge. Sarpong was also  co-host on MTV's Yo Momma alongside Wilmer Valderrama and a model for Tommy Hilfiger. He was the face of the brand for several years. He also made fashion history by becoming the first black male model to do a Luis Vuitton editorial campaign.

Tributes have been pouring in on social media for Sam whom friends described as being 'the life of the party', someone who loved life and would face every day with 'a smile on his face.' Read what a devastated Omoni shared on her IG page May Sarpong's soul rest in perfect peace.

Cossy orijakor reveals photos of her huge tits.. See this!

Cossy posted this sultry photo of her clinching her breasts on her instagram page.. Massive indeed!

DARK SECRET OF HALLOWEEN AND WHY IT IS FOOLISH FOR NIGERIANS TO CELEBRATE IT.

Halloween has a holiday is filled with
mystery, magic and superstition. It originated from the
Celtic end-of-summer festival in which people
felt especially close to deceased relatives and
friends. For these friendly spirits, they set places
at the dinner table, left treats on doorsteps and
along the roadside  and lit candles to help
loved ones find their way back to the spirit world.
Today's Halloween ghosts are often depicted as
more fearsome and malevolent, and the Halloween customs
and superstitions are scarier too. For example: one avoids
crossing paths with black cats, afraid that they
might bring us bad luck,this idea has its roots in
the Middle Ages, when many people believed that
witches went incognito by disguising  themselves
into cats.
One tries not to walk under ladders for the
same reason. This superstition may have come
from the ancient Egyptians, who believed that
triangles were sacred; it also may have
something to do with the fact that walking under
a leaning ladder tends to be fairly unsafe. And
around Halloween, one also try to avoid
breaking mirrors, stepping on cracks in the road
or spilling salt.
All these dark superstition surrounding the Halloween tradition is not alarming to the Americans in any way. But why are Nigerians also partakers of these tradition? Aleast it is understandable  that Halloween came to America in the second half of the 19th century, during which
America was flooded with new immigrants. These
new immigrants, were millions of Irish fleeing Ireland's potato famine of 1846, and they helped to
popularize the celebration of Halloween
nationally in America . And Taking from Irish and English
traditions, Americans began to dress up in
costumes and go house to house asking for food
or money, a practice that eventually became
today's "trick-or-treat" tradition. But today they are some Nigerians participating in the Halloween tradition, imitating and photocopying an event that they do not understand. Its a pity and it shows some level of immaturity that we copy everything and anything the white man indulge in. With all the dark superstition surrounding this Halloween event,Nigerian celebrants should understand that Halloween go beyond partying and costume dress-up to actually abiding to those superficial Halloween customs, and this customs are alien to our own African culture and traditions.

#15questions4buhari Comedian IGoDye writes an open letter to President Buhari, asks questions

Popular comedian IGoDye took to his Instagram page to write an open letter to the president of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. According to him, ...