Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Wow!! What Is Politics? A Must Read And An Eye Opener!!!!!!

Well This is suppose to be a joke , but the message it entails is Eye opening read and Enjoy

*****A little boy goes to his dad and asks, "What is politics?"

All In The Name Of Fashion , Lady Disgrace Self In The Club (18+ Photo)

Well let's not slander the lady , but who are we to blame , is it the girl of the photographer?

C.Ronaldo ,Di Maria and Van Gaal on Ballon D'Or shortlists (See Full list)

The United pair have been recognised for their efforts in 2014 with a place on the shortlists for player and coach of the year respectively.

Angel di Maria is the sole Manchester United player in the running for the Ballon D'Or this year.

The £60m summer signing is up for Fifa's annual prize for his form across 2014, where he will compete with no Reds but no less than six Real Madrid players - the club he came to Old Trafford from - in the shortlist of 23 names.

Former Red Cristiano Ronaldo is the hot favourite for the prize, having also won it last year.

World Cup winners Germany have six players on the list - the most from any nation.

There may be no United players in the running but manager Louis van Gaal is one of ten to be up for coach of the year.

Manchester City have one player in contention for the award in Yaya Toure, while Barcelona forward Luis Suarez is another absentee from the list.

The 23-man list will be whittled down to three on December 1, with the winner announced in Zurich on January 12.

Ballon D'or shortlist: Gareth Bale (Wales), Karim Benzema (France), Diego Costa (Spain), Thibaut Courtois (Belgium), Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Angel Di Maria (Argentina), Mario Goetze (Germany), Eden Hazard (Belgium), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden), Andres Iniesta (Spain), Toni Kroos (Germany), Philipp Lahm (Germany), Javier Mascherano (Argentina), Lionel Messi (Argentina), Thomas Mueller (Germany), Manuel Neuer (Germany), Neymar (Brazil), Paul Pogba (France), Sergio Ramos (Spain), Arjen Robben (Netherlands), James Rodriguez (Colombia), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany), Yaya Toure (Cote d'Ivoire).            

Coach of the year shortlist: Carlo Ancelotti (Italy/Real Madrid CF), Antonio Conte (Italy/Juventus FC/Italy national team), Pep Guardiola (Spain/FC Bayern Munich), Juergen Klinsmann (Germany/ USA national team), Joachim Loew (Germany/Germany national team), Jose Mourinho (Portugal/Chelsea FC), Manuel Pellegrini (Chile/Manchester City FC), Alejandro Sabella (Argentina/Argentina national team), Diego Simeone (Argentina/Atletico Madrid), Louis van Gaal (Netherlands/Netherlands national team/Manchester United FC).    


New Music: Swanky (@EminiSwanky) ~ Beast Mode [Prod. By Sarz]

SWANKY is an indigenous rapper from Bariga part of Lagos Whom is known for his phenomenal style

"Beast Mode Freestyle" is a mad joint filled with yoruba punchlines and wordplay on the SARZ produced beat.

SWANKY dropped this freestyle ahead of his upcoming single "MELO" which will drop in few days.

Download & Enjoy....!!!!

See The 5 Terrible Habits That Girls (Unfortunately) Find Sexy And Attractive

Social Morality/responsibility ,Society, doctors and common sense all say these are bad behaviors, but they may still get you the ladies.

Sure, society, your doctor and common sense all tell you that these behaviors are a terrible idea; but lucky for you and your lack of self control, these bad habits may still help you with the ladies.

1. Gambling

Young Money Boss Birdman Gives Tyga An Ultimatum After Dissing Drake: ‘Either You In, Or You Out...

T-Raww has actually been on the headlines these days , while some suspect he is doing well orchestrated publicity stunts to promote his upcoming album , Some actually feel he is just being real

Tyga has made it very clear that when it comes to Drake and Nicki Minaj, he's usually singing along to the tune of Big Sean's "IDFWU."

After T-Raww aired out his issues with YMCMB on Twitter, called Drake "fake" in a Vibe interview and maybe dissed him again on "Make it Work," Birdman has finally weighed in on the status of his camp.

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Baby visited New York City's Hot 97 radio station on Monday night, to promote his upcoming Rich Gang project and admitted that he still hasn't figured out the exact source of Tyga's discontent.

"I didn't see that coming and still I haven't gotten to the bottom of none of that," he told DJ Funk Master Flex. "I talk to Drake all the time, we always talk and I don't really know what's happening with all that."

The Cash Money CEO says that things are still fine between him and Tyga — "Tyga the homie, I don't have no disrespect for Tyga" — but with that said, he sort of hinted that jealously might be in play here.

"He might be in his feelings," he said. "And I got all love and respect for Tyga, that's been my lil' bro, but my intake is, I'm family oriented — either you in or you out. If you're out, you're an outcast to me. If you're in, you're family."

He added that Tyga can't touch Drake musically, and that's indisputable. "Drake is Drake, there's really no comparison," he said. "He's in a lane by himself when it comes to making music, you can't compare nobody to what he do, because nobody do what he does.

"Me knowing Tyga — Tyga know where he stand in this game compared to Drake, that ain't no secret. Numbers don't lie."

Birdman didn't give a final ruling on whether Tyga would actually be dropped from Young Money, but he left it at this: "I'm not with the dissing, I'm not with none of that sh–."

Shocking True Stories Of The Released Abducted ChiBok Girls (Read)

Girls and women abducted by Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram have described their shocking life in captivity in a harrowing new report by Human Rights Watch that was published yesterday.

In the 63-page report, entitled "'Those Terrible Weeks in Their Camp': Boko Haram Violence against Women and Girls in Northeast Nigeria," 47 witnesses and victims, including some of the 276 Chibok girls kidnapped in April described forced marriages and, if they were Christian, orders to convert to Islam or be executed. 

A 15-year-old girl who was held in a Boko Haram camp for four weeks in 2013 spoke of how she was forced to marry a militant more than twice her age:

"After we were declared married I was ordered to live in his cave but I always managed
to avoid him. He soon began to threaten me with a knife to have sex with him, and when I still refused he brought out his gun, warning that he would kill me if I shouted. Then he began to rape me every night. He was a huge man in his mid-30s and I had never had sex before. It was very painful and I cried bitterly because I was bleeding afterwards."

A 19-year-old who
was raped said:
"I could not tell anyone what happened, not even my husband. I still feel so ashamed and cheated."

 Another woman with her, who was also raped, "vowed never to speak of it again as she was single and believes that news of her rape would foreclose her chances of marriage".

The majority of abductions by Boko Haram were of Christian women and girls, and many of HRW's interviewees described being threatened with death or violence if they refused to convert to Islam. One woman said:

 "I was dragged to the camp leader who told me the reason I was brought to the camp was because we Christians worship three gods. When I objected to his claim, he tied a rope around my neck and beat me with a plastic cable until I almost passed out. An insurgent who I recognised from my village convinced me to accept Islam lest I should be killed. So I agreed."
Some abducted women and girls described forced labour and participation in military operations. A 19-year-old said:

"I was told to approach a group of five men we saw in a nearby village and lure them to where the insurgents were hiding." She told the young men that she needed help. "When they followed me for a short distance, the insurgents swooped on them. Once we got back to the camp, they tied the legs and the hands of the captives and slit the throats of four of them as they shouted 'Allahu Akbar'. Then I was handed a knife to kill the last man. I was shaking with horror and couldn't do it. The camp leader's wife took the knife and killed him."

Many of those interviewed by HRW showed signs of stress and anguish, according to the report, although only the Chibok girls had been offered limited counselling. One 15-year-old girl said:

"I could not stop crying even when the insurgents threatened to kill me if I did not keep quiet. I kept on thinking, is it not better to die now than to face whatever terrible things they could do to me when we get to their camp? Even after I escaped from them and live far away from my village, I am still afraid. I think of death many times. My father tries. He encourages me to forget everything, but it is not easy for me. I have terrible dreams at night."

All of those interviewed by HRW said more could have been done by government security forces to prevent abductions and respond more quickly when they happened. The organisation calls on the Nigerian authorities to investigate and prosecute those who commit serious crimes, to protect schools and the right to education, and ensure access to medical and mental health services for victims of abductions.

Frosh!! Billionaire Energy Mogul Femi Otedola Covers Forbes Africa Magazine (Photo)

We actually saw this coming , his business and investments are always calculated and well orchestrated it is hard to imagine him not bouncing back

Nigerian energy mogul Femi Otedola, who became at least $398 million richer between March 3 and June 2 this year, is on the cover of Forbes Africa November issue.

Bawse... We coming

Music Premiere : Saint x Eezychris - Maria (prod by dicey)

The wait is over  Talented acts Saint and Eezychris puts head together to make a banger titled MARIA which was produced by Dicey. ...