Wednesday, April 27, 2016

I am Pregnant Yet He Hits Me With Weapon And Always Targets My Eyes

I got married last year June.and I got pregnant last year December. Me and my husband never dated.He met me through his friend that got married to my girl friend.since this year he has been beaten me despite my condition.I don't know how a responsible man could stand and be beaten woman that is carrying his first child.He only paid my bride prize,and now he's saying we should go and register for marriage courts for d wedding this December.all I think now is to wait and give birth to my child because if I leave him now,is going to b very hard on me and my unborn baby.
He beats me even to d extent of bitting and carrying weapon on me.He warned me never to touch his phone or else he permits me.He's now locking his phone.I never have peace of mind since this year.He has beaten me up up to 5times this year.I just thank God that my baby is still kicking despite the beatings. Please I want to leave him for good.is it a good decision or am I making a mistake.I don't want to go blind because he's always targeting my eyes whenever he beats me. On d second taught,still thinking if any man will still wants to marry me if they find out that I was once married and even have a child. Am 24 and he's 36.He always said that even if I leave that no man will agree to marry because I already have comma.

SMH!! Look at what this lady posted at a funeral

Can you imagine, 

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Ghanaian musician makes shocking confession; says he slept with over 150 Nigerian women



Veteran Ghanaian based Nigeria music star, Obiba Sly Collins has boldly declared the number of women he slept with whilst in Nigeria doing music.

Obiba, who disclosed this on Atinka FM said he slept with more than 150 women in Nigeria but only had children with two of them.
"May God forgive me my sins. I met a lady who boldly told me she has had an affair with me but I couldn't even remember until she mentioned the area and even with that remembering the face was a problem. I am telling you they are more than 150. I can't count them. I have wasted my energy, time, and other resources. Now I have asked for forgiveness and now I am a changed person. I have also drunk a lot. I smoked weed for twenty good years. But now, because I have taken Christ, I am a different person altogether.

He therefore advised the upcoming and current generation to desist from such acts because they are the three detractors in life that weakens the human body and also take your blessings from you

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This Dude's Soft Butt got people Talking (photos)

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Piers Morgan Bashes Beyoncé in new article, says "I miss the old Beyoncé"


Culled from dailymail.

I never like it when entertainers go all political.

The cynic in me believes it's rarely done for genuine reasons but for strictly commercial ones.Whether it's Oscar-winners preaching from the Academy Awards pulpit or Madonna seizing the best-looking babies from African orphanages, it always looks and sounds like they're using a 'good cause' as a fashion accessory.

Which brings me to Beyoncé and her new 'visual-album', Lemonade.

Now, I bow to no man nor woman when it comes to my admiration for this lady.

I once spent a delightful day with her in London for CNN and she was bright, warm, funny, sharp and incredibly impressive.We chatted, had tea and scones, and finally went to the famous department store Harrods to buy a copy of her new album.

There, word quickly spread and several thousand people raced down to to form a frenzied throng desperate to get close to their idol. 

Things grew steadily more intense, physical and scary until eventually I witnessed her chief bodyguard – a giant of a man – actually punch a paparazzi straight on the head, knocking him to the floor.That was real superstar fame, on a scale few well-known people will ever experience.

Beyoncé's over-excited audience that day pretty much typified what I suspect her normal audience looks like: black, white, asian, hispanic, young, old, male, female, Jewish, Muslim, Christian.

In other words, a multi-cultural, age, gender and religion irrelevant demographic.

She's a global brand, one of the best in the business, and has generally steered studiously clear of saying or doing anything too contentious which might polarise that audience – preferring to entertain for the sake of entertaining.

But just lately, Beyonce's been adding a far more serious, deeply political and race-fuelled tone to her work.

In February of this year, she dropped the song "Formation" which contained references to the activist movement Black Lives Matter. 

It was seen, understandably, as an attack on U.S. police.

The next day, Beyoncé sang Formation during the half-time Superbowl show and stepped up the police-hating theme with a tribute to the militant activist group, Black Panthers.

Her back-up dancers had Panthers-style afro hairstyles and black berets, formed an X on the pitch and punched the air in the style of the famous black power salute.

Beyoncé herself wore black leather and a bandolier of bullets.

To say this was a provocative statement is putting it mildly.

The Black Panthers, set up as a group who would protect black Americans from police brutality, became infamous for their own brutality, especially against police, and widespread criminal and murderous membership within their ranks.

Beyonce's tribute to them was branded 'disgraceful and outrageous' by former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, incensed that she had 'used the platform of the Superbowl to attack the police.'

Now, just two months later, she has released her full album Lemonade.

Many of the instant headlines attached to it focus on her apparent calling out of husband Jay-Z as a love cheat.But I was far more drawn to the politically-charged content in much of the rest of it.

There's a clip of Malcolm X, the radical and controversial black separatist who opposed Dr Martin Luther King's creed of non-violence, saying: 'The most disrespected person in America is the black woman.'

Another shows two grieving mothers appearing on camera.

The first is Lesley McSpadden, filmed crying as she holds a photo of her late son Mike Brown who was shot dead by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014 – an incident which sparked huge protests.

The second is Sybrina Fulton, whose 17-year-old son Trayvon Martin was killed in Florida by a local vigilante George Zimmerman in a case that sparked national outrage in 2012.
I have huge personal sympathy for both women and there is no doubt that African-Americans have been treated appallingly by certain rogue elements within the country's police forces.

But I felt very uneasy watching these women being used in this way to sell an album. It smacks of shameless exploitation.

My mind went back to my CNN interview with Beyoncé and the moment when we discussed her live performance at President Barack Obama's first inauguration ball in 2008.

'Did you experience racism as you grew up?' I asked.

A bit, but I feel like with my career I've now broken barriers. I don't think people think about my race. I think they look at me as an entertainer and a musician and I'm very happy about that because that's how I look at people. It's not about color and race, and I'm happy that's changing.'

'At the time of the inauguration,' I said, 'the most powerful man in the world was African-American, Oprah was the biggest TV star, you were the biggest singing star and Tiger Woods was No1 golfer. That would have been unthinkable 30 years ago.'

'Exactly,' she replied.

'The sea change came through personal achievement as much as anything else.'

'Absolutely. I'm proud of that and I'm just praying that we continue to grow and people continue to see the right things in people.'

That interview took place five years ago.

Beyoncé then was unrecognisable from the militant activist we see now. Then, she was at pains to be seen as an entertainer and musician and not as a black woman who sings.

Now, it seems to be the complete opposite.

The new Beyoncé wants to be seen as a black woman political activist first and foremost, entertainer and musician second.I still think she's a wonderful singer and performer, and some of the music on Lemonade is fantastic.

But I have to be honest, I preferred the old BeyoncĂ©.The less inflammatory, agitating one. 

The one who didn't use grieving mothers to shift records and further fill her already massively enriched purse.The one who didn't play the race card so deliberately and to my mind, unnecessarily.

The one who wanted to be judged on her stupendous talent not her skin color, and wanted us all to do the same. 

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