Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Caitlyn Jenner reveals that she had her breasts removed when she fell inlove with Kris Jenner

Caitlyn Jenner
's 2015 
Vanity Fair debut
 made global headlines – but a lesser known fact is that Jenner, now 66, made her first attempt to transition back in the 1980s.

Caitlyn Jenner has revealed she halted her transition when she met ex wife Kris Jenner even removing her 36B boobs,
 She also claims Kris was aware that she liked to dress as a woman.Caitlyn spoke out in a pre-recorded video, shown on The Today Show..
"I actually had my boobs removed. I never told anyone that,"
"I started on hormones. I was a good 36B. I loved them. I thought this was fabulous. My mission at that point was to transition before I was 40. Got to 39 ... I just couldn't go any further," she added.
She later met Kris and they went on to marry.

"We hit it off from day one,""I was very honest with her. I had to be, I was a 36B. Everything's really heading in the right direction, and I made this decision to move on with my life, Kris and I together with this family.""The rules with Kris and I were, 'Don't dress up, certainly around the house. If you really need to do that, when you're on the road, take stuff and do that,'" 

2Baba’s manager, Efe Omorogbe ‘sets the record straight’ on Blackface’s allegations (READ)

Following Black face‘s allegations of intellectual property theftagainst Innocent ‘2Baba’ Idbia,Efe Omorogbe the manager of the Hypertek act has come to clarify issues surrounding the issue.
Read the press statement issued by the NOW management owner.
”When my attention was drawn to Blackface’s twitter rant about the ‘theft’ of his songs by his ex-band mate 2Baba, my initial reaction was to ignore what I perceived as an obvious marketing gimmick for his The reaction from a vast majority of people on social media who read about the allegations was evidence that the ploy had backfired.
Blackface’s press interviews since the twitter rant has made it necessary for me to present the flip side and set the records straight.
1. 2Baba and Blackface do have a bunch of songs they co-wrote in their days as Plantashun Boiz.
2. Both artistes have collectively and individually recorded and commercially released materials from this collection.
3. 2Baba has always given Blackface (Austin Ahmedu) co-writing credit every time he recorded any song that has Blackface’s input – No matter how minimal.
4. Blackface has neither given 2Baba (Innocent Idibia) co-writing credit nor sought ‘permission’ to record any of the materials they jointly authored.
5. Blackface has earned royalties off his shared publishing rights for about a decade.
6. A huge chunk of income he has made derives from royalties earned by the commercial exploitation of the successesful materials performed/recorded by 2Baba.
7. 2Baba did not and couldn’t have stolen ‘Let Somebody Love You’ from Blackface. The song was released about 2 years ago. Blackface complained about his name being misspelt on the CD sleeve and we personally apologised to him.
8. Yes. Blackface contributed to the writing of the first verse of the song. The second verse was entirely 2Baba. Bridget Kelly wrote her verse and Efe Omorogbe wrote the outro verse.
9. Efe Omorogbe is not 2Baba’s manager on ‘Let Somebody Love You’ but a co-writer.
10. The outro verse was lifted from the song ‘How?’ written in 1997 and recorded in 1999 at Dolphin studios, Surulere. Blackface didn’t write that bit. Couldn’t have written that bit. Blackface cannot in 2016, touch Efe Omorogbe’s writing from 1997.
11. Blackface should be honoured to have shared co-writing credit with 2Baba. I am. For each and every song we have collaborated on.
12. Blackface should be grateful 2Baba recorded their co-authored materials to ensure a lifetime of royalty income for him.
12. Blackface should record and release his own version of ‘Let Somebody Love You’ and keep 100% publishing on that version. Oops! 2Baba will still be entitled to a share.
13. Blackface is not in 2Baba’s league as a songwriter. Their post-Plantashun Boiz’ catalogs speak for themselves.
14. Blackface should go to court to seek redress if he indeed believes he has a case.
15. Blackface should know that nobody ever secured a court judgement via a twitter rant or media tour.
17. Blackface must have realised by now that the unfortunate tirade has not made “Killa” a hit. At least, not at the moment.”

‘I’m still single and searching’ | Linda Ikeji laughs off wedding rumours

Gossip site reported on Tuesday that leading blogger, Linda Ikeji is set to walk down the aisle with her mystery man.
The website claimed Linda Ikeji got engaged to the secret lover last year.
However, the popular blogger took to Twitter to vehemently clear the air on the issue as while revealing that she’s still ‘single and searching’.
Lol. All these stories that I am engaged and getting married. Thanks for wishing me well. unfortunately, I'm still single &...searching! :-)

Your foreign trips bleeding Nigeria’s economy – Fayose tells Buhari

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose has counselled President Mohammadu Buhari to stay at home and govern the country instead of junketing from one country to the other.
Fayose said foreign countries won’t solve Nigeria’s problems, adding that Buhari’s foreign trips are already bleeding the economy with about $1 million being allegedly spent per trip.
The governor, who said most of the trips embarked on by the President were unnecessary, added that ministers or at best the Vice President could have been made to attend most of the functions being attended abroad by Buhari.
According to a statement issued in Ado-Ekiti by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Governor Fayose said: “The President should rather listen more to those of us who criticise him instead of those hailing every of his wrong steps either because of what they intend to gain or for fear of persecution.”

How Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa settled their Twitter rift

Kanye West has ended his feud withWiz Khalifa after having, what he termed, a “great convo.” The rapper tweeted that he spoke to Khalifa on Monday, and now all is “positive.”

It all began last Wednesday when West blasted Khalifa in a series of tweets for what he thought was a dig at his wifeKim Kardashian. From there, the war of words, which also included Khalifa’s baby mama Amber Rose, spread to radio interviews and on to concert stages. 

But now the two have reached an agreement. Amber Rose and Kim Kardashian even posted a selfie together earlier on Tuesday, suggesting they worked things out, too.

Ezekwesili tells Buhari-Stop lying to Nigerians regarding the war against Boko Haram

Former Minister of Education and leader of the BringBackOurGirls, BBOG,Oby Ezekwesili has charged President Muhammadu Buhari to always tell Nigerians the truth when it comes to Boko Haram Ezekwesili  made the call at the group’s usual sit-out in Abuja.

She said, 
“The government cannot afford to go to the old ways where lies were fed to the people. Let there be truthfulness. Government should not create a trust deficit syndrome because it will be difficult to mend. Everything that the government is doing concerning the war, they should tell the truth. We will get used to it and join in the solution.”
“What drove us out of our comfort zone is that we got tired of not doing anything. We will continue with our core value. No matter what anyone want to do, this advocacy will continue. A pledge is a pledge. We made a pledge to parents of the Chibok girls and will not fail in this pledge.”
“We have gone through a lot. But what we have gone through is little of what the 219 girls are going through in the hands of the Boko Haram sect. Let nobody succeed in making us feel we should not continue. We will continue until the girls are back. The girls deserve justice and they have not been given justice. We are unhappy that they are spending close to two years in the hands of the terrorists.”“I have not lost hope. There is no basis to lose hope. Though we might be depressed sometimes, we won’t lose hope. We will stand for the girls. We will hold on to the commitment the president made to the Chibok girls’ parents and Nigerians. We believe that he will keep his promise and bring the girls back.”“Some people have been vocal about our Chibok girls, but now they feel the Chibok girls are distractions. Our Chibok girls are not distractions,” she said.