Thursday, January 7, 2016

Don't Forget!!

Proverbs is a book of wisdom,  never forget that the people you associate yourself with determines a lot of things in your life...

8 Year Old Boy Learns To Apply Make Up On Himself, And The Result Will Blow Your Mind(photos)

A photo of an eight-year-old boy whose mother arranged to have a makeup tutorial because he wanted to learn the tricks of the trade has swept the internet. Ethan Willwert, from Florida, US, would watch his mother, Season, 35, putting on her makeup in the morning and begged to have a tutorial at MAC to try drag and theater styles.

He was given a makeover by artist Joey Killmeyer who styled one half of Ethan's face, so he could finish off the look by himself - and the young boy seemingly picked up the makeup skills quickly.

Killmeyer posted a selfie from his session with Ethan which went viral with more than 140,000 likes on Facebook.

Season told FEMAIL her son wanted to learn different makeup styles, one of which was drag, so he asked to have it done on himself.

She said: 'He's a normal eight-year-old boy who likes to do makeup.'

Season said she completely supports her son's curiosity and wants to share her message of 'unconditional love'. 

She said the makeup was in no way connected to his sexuality or gender preference.

Season said: 'He's too young for that, this is not about gender identity or sexual preference.

'This isn't what he does on a daily basis.

'He wants to be himself and go to school and go to gymnastics and do well.'  

Ethan watched his mother getting ready and applying makeup from a young age.

Daily Mail 

Superwoman!! Blog Reader Chidimma Wants to be The Reason Why You Shouldnt Quit Yet


My parents are still alive, I have never lost any of siblings, I went to good schools and my parents did their best to provide for me. I wouldn't say I was abused as a child or that I had to serve someone in other to have my next meal. You would say I had a privileged childhood. 

I wouldn't deny that, it started well but along the line it got though. My parents began to struggle. Things began to change, threat of changing me to a cheaper school were made every day. School fees were paid after my parents borrowed from different sources. Things gradually moved from good to bad. At first, my parents were hiding the situation from me, they wanted me to just concentrate on my studies but at a certain age, my mum began to tell me the harsh realities. "things are difficult now, we can't provide for you and your siblings  as we used to"

It dawn on me that it was time for me to start 'hustling', it was time for me to be a woman even though I barely knew what the word really meant. I had to start looking for ways to earn money so I could help my parents and younger siblings. I was born independent and stubborn; I never really believed in the word 'impossible'. If someone could do it, then I could and I wasn't scared of anyone. Well, except my father, he was the only person in this I was genuinely scared of.

My first job hunting was after my secondary school, I know a lot of people started earlier than that. I didn't even know what I wanted; all I knew was that I didn't want to sit at home doing nothing till I got admission. So I went to a computer center and offered them my services, I had basic computer knowledge then. I didn't even go with a resume. The owner of the establishment looked at me with disapproval, I was too small to be looking for job even when I told him I had finished secondary school, he didn't believe me. I had no WAEC result then to show as proof because we were still waiting for it. The man was polite enough to tell me that he would get back to me so I dropped my mother's contact with him. After waiting for a call back for three week, I gave up on him and went on to another place.

The next place, was a little bit nicer, it was still a computer centre. Even though I didn't get the job, I was allowed to come there for computer training free. So I started classes. I already had the knowledge of the basic parts of computer so I moved on to the next level.

I got admission that same year, and managed to do registrations after series of borrowing. My mum made me promise I wouldn't work while schooling. I should just concentrate on y studies. 

So I watched her go through hell for four years just for me to be a graduate. Most times she sold some of her valuable, which I have vowed to replace every single one of them when I make it in life. Sometimes, I watch her answer threatening calls from people she owed and after everything she would look at me and smile. It literally broke my heart every single time I saw her worried. 

After my university education, I went on real job hunting, I couldnt waste close to 8months before NYSC doing nothing, so this time I typed my resume and set off to get a job. I made lots of photocopies of it. I went to a lot of places searching for job. There is a way, employers will look at you and you would lose hope. Since I wasn't a quitter, I held on. I went from restaurants to hotels, to computer centers, to companies I had no idea what they were doing. Few accepted me but their pay was horrible, I would even spend it all on transport, some had outrageous rules and working hours that my parents didn't accept. I started checking online for jobs maybe I would be lucky, but none was forth coming. Every single company required an NYSC discharge certificate or exemption letter and I had none.

By this time I had spent two month out of the 8 months job hunting without success. Then I realized I was doing it all wrong. I was doing it on my own. I wasn't asking God for guidance so I changed mode of operation. I prayed every morning before I left to search for work. After few days, I started seeing the difference, I was getting positive replies. I finally got an online job which paid reasonably well. I worked for them for four months before my call up latter came out. 

I had to quit because it was close to impossible to work in camp. I asked them if they were going to take me back after camp because I believed NYSC would give me the time. They promised to keep my job for me till I returned.

After the camp and all, I mailed them to inform them I was ready to start working again, but I found out my job was no longer there. So I learnt my lesson 'your job may not be there waiting for you'. I went on to start looking for another job. I got one with a production company and worked there for two months before I had to stop because it was a contract job.

Now, I am still job hunting, things are still though but my journey so far has taught me a few valuable lessons. 

It will be tough, nothing good comes easy.Hard work with prayer will eventually pay offImpossible still doesn't exist in my dictionary.You must get paid for job at the first trial, at least get the experience and prove to them you worth the job.Empower yourself, get more education, make yourself better than the next person out there.
Even though I am yet to replace my mother's valuables, I know I can and will do it. It is a matter of patience and perseverance and I would get there real soon.

Thats the spirit girl
Better days are ahead
Be strong 

Chidimma is a graduate of Economics from UNN
reach her on 

Tweet Of The Day

Lmao, can't stop laughing please people don't underrate the use of condom, HIV/AIDS is still killing people out there

JESUS! ! Man Stabs Wife In The Face Over Family Dispute (Graphic Photos)

According to twitter user Modern Kenyan Corps, this woman. Fatuma Ibrahim was stabbed in the face by her husband.

The husband man stabbed her in the cheek, striking a bone, in a family dispute at Khorof Harar, Wajir county, Kenya on Wednesday evening.

Doctors at Wajir General Hospital said they could not remove the knife from Fatuma Ibrahim's cheek as this would likely result in complications.

hey said chances were that the complications would endanger the life of the 32-year-old woman stabbed by her husband Mohamed Deeq.

Fatuma will be flown to Nairobi by Amref flying Doctors for treatment.

In an attempt at mediation before the stabbing, Deeq's brother had confiscated knives and gone to a police station to seek assistance.

The police and medics secured Ibrahim in an ambulance in which she was rushed to the hospital.

The mother of four is scheduled to be airlifted to Nairobi for an operation at Kenyatta National Hospital. 

Say no to domestic violence 

International Nigerian Gay Basketballer Becomes First NBA Player To Come Out

This are the times that we live in,

John Uzoma Ekwugha Amaechi is a half-Nigerian, half British retired basketball player who currently works as an educator and broadcaster in Europe and the United States.

The son of a Nigerian, Igbo father Amaechi was born in Boston in the US. He was raised by his English mother in Heaton Moor, Stockport, England, with his two younger sisters.

He first played basketball at the age of 17, coached by Joe Forber, whom he describes as a father figure.

In a revelation that shook the National Basketball Association (NBA), the former player John Amaechi became the first professional basketball player to openly identify himself as gay.

Amaechi, who played at Penn State and spent five seasons in the NBA with Orlando, Utah and Cleveland, revealed his gender partner preference in a book titled "Man in the Middle".

Three years after his playing career ended, Amaechi becomes the sixth professional male athlete from one of the four major American sports (NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL) to publicly discuss his homosexuality.

He has since been regarded as "one of the world's most high-profile gay athletes". 

City People

BREAKING!! Man Shouting Allah Akbar Gunned Outside Paris Police Station

This where the world is heading towards,

The French police gunned down a man this afternoon at a Paris police station who was armed with a knife-wielding man believed to be have explosives strapped on his shirt.

According news reported from France, the man was shouting Allahu Akbar as he tried to gain entrance into the station when police opened fired at him to prevent him from entering the building.

Who Wore It Better?? Benny (right) or Barry (left)

The resemblance is too striking,  who do you pick fellas

They are Identical Twins

Who Wore it better?  @BennysGram (left)  or @BarryBreezyGram (Right)

That's their instagram handles above

Lmao, Not again, See some of The Funniest 'Back to Back' Memes

Olamide has really given most people a skeleton that they can body with their life ,  his Speech at the Headies stage has been re-written by a lot of people to fit into their frustrations and imaginations, well we gathered some of the most interesting ones. Enjoy

EXCLUSIVE: Everyday For The Thief ...- Filling Station Forced To Give Out Fuel For Free

Sometime last year, we published on this blog, a piece that covered the problem of fuel scarcity and the illicit advantage fuel stations took by inflating the price.

Singer Tekno Deletes All His Instagram Photos Over Non-stop 'RIP' comments + Leave Fans a Message

Singer Teckno erased every one of his photos on his Instagram page early today taking after remarks from his Tanzanian fans that he will bite the dust soon. 

Very Disturbing Photos Of Transgender Man Who Has Spent Millions For The 'Perfect' Body

A transgender woman who has spent £52,000 (N15 million) on plastic surgery to enhance her looks has revealed that she refuses to stop until she has reached 'perfection'.

And her wife is fully supportive of her decision.

Fulvia Pellegrino has had more than 150 lip and cheekbone fillers, four breast implants, and two rounds of liposuction.

The 56-year-old, from Italy, has spent €12,000 (N3.5 million) on her bum and is planning even more surgery in her quest for the perfect face and body. 

Question Of The Day!

Am leaving that church yoo

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. ...