BBNaija Star, Cynthia Nwadiora popularly known as Cee C was dragged into an online fight with a follower who said Tobi dumped her for Kim OPrah.
It all started when the reality star took to her twitter page to share some advice to her fans with a caption saying;
“A leopard/leopardess never changes its spots… he /she just changes what tree he/she sleeps in or who he/she sleeps with..”, she wrote.
Following Cee-c’s tweet, an online bully took to the comment section to remind her that Tobi had dumped her for the second time and he is now dating Kim Oprah.
“I am bored so let me watch you dumbos dance under my tweet. Eyaaaa Tobi has dumped you the second time again for Komoprah? No vex Peruzzi will take care of U #strollsofftogoeatfreshfish.”, the troll wrote.
Efia Odo looking so sexy at The 2019 4syte TV Music Video Awards.
The 2019 4syte TV Music Video Awards was held at the Kempinski Hotel on Saturday evening, with lots of talking points. One of the major talking points has been the style exhibited by Ghanaian stars on the night.
Efia Odo’s recreation of Rihanna’s sheer-nude dress from the CFDA Awards in 2014, left a sour taste in the mouths of some people while others praised her for guts.
So what do you think of Efia’s look, created by Ghanaian designer Mimmy Yeboah?
Efia Odo’s sparkling number was entirely sheer, showing off everything — from her nipples to her underwear.
BBNaija duo, Tacha and Sir Dee landed a big sucker punch full on the faces of their social media fans and followers when they posted a picture they took together, locked in a warm embrace.
As expected the social media was alight with speculations and questions on whether the two Housemates are up to something, a little beyond being friends.
But It appears it was all smoke and no fire as Sir Dee admitted in a private chat with Vanguard that there’s nothing romantic between them.
He said, “The ideal is simple -friendship,” when asked what was the big idea behind the picture. “There’s nothing romantic whatsoever between us, it was just a show of friendship,” he added.
The Housemate laughed his head off when he was queried he wasn’t close to Tacha in the Big Brother’s and retorted that there is much we don’t know. The duo definitely has something for each as it was reflected in their separate posts on the Instagram Sir Dee had posted,
“They say you choose your friends. Or they choose you. But they forget that circumstances more often than not bring you together. And those circumstances mould the path you both take. On this path we all have chosen, may light shine on our paths, and may fortune smile on us all, EVERYDAY! Thank you my #friendship for inviting me and giving such an awesome time! @symply_tacha .”
And Tacha had returned the favour with glowing words of hers. “Friendship isn’t about who you’ve known the longest. It’s about who walked into your life and said, I am here for you and proved it? Thank you @sirdee_da you’ve only and only been true.”
Nigerian rapper Burna Boy is set to perform at a concert in SA later this month after promising to never set foot in the country again.
Local musicians and event organisers have objected to Nigerian rapper Burna Boy’s inclusion at an anti-xenophobic concert, claiming the star incited hatred with his comments on SA.
In a series of tweets in September, Burna Boy urged black foreigners living in SA to defend and protect themselves against xenophobic attackers. In a now deleted tweet, he also told SA rapper AKA to beef up his security, before giving him the middle finger.
He promised to never set foot in SA again until the government “wakes the f*ck up and really performs a miracle”.
A month later it was announced that Burna would be performing in SA as part of the Africans Unite line-up to “unify all Africans and speak out against femicide”.
Ticket listings and promotional material for the event claimed the concert was sponsored by the department of sports, arts and culture and is organised by Play Network Africa, which, according to its website, is based in Nigeria.
Musicians and event organisers, under the umbrella of Tshwane Entertainment Collective, wrote a scathing letter to the minister raising objections against the concert and calling for the department to pull its sponsorship of the event.
The group questioned the exclusion of artists and event organisers from Tshwane in the process, the lack of financial support for artists from the area, and claims that communities affected by xenophobia are located far from the areas where the concert will be held and cannot afford the ticket prices for the event.
The chief concern was against Burna Boy’s inclusion, and the group labelled the event a “financial exercise to benefit the very artists who have our country in a negative light based on false claims”.
“Whoever may have deemed that the country needs a PR exercise of this nature would have done so largely as a result of the callous, misleading and unwarranted incitement by this very artist. Not only did he spread falsehoods through his extensive platform, he literally incited violence and hate,” the letter said of Burna Boy, suggesting that government had succumbed to pressure from him.
Meanwhile, Burna Boy has announced he will contribute a portion of the proceeds from the concert to the victims of xenophobic attacks.
“I really hope we can all keep contributing in our own way to make the world a better and safer place for each other. Africans unite, it’s bigger than all of us,” he wrote on Twitter.
Rapper AKA responded to the decision by suggesting that most of those contributions will then go to South Africans because they were the biggest victims of the violence.
“So for the most part, he’ll be donating to South Africans. Weird,” he wrote.