Sunday, June 30, 2013
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
RiRi Hearts Mac Summer collection is available NOW. The collection is available exclusively at maccosmestics.com or at your country’s Mac Cosmetics website.
If you weren’t lucky enough to purchase RiRi Woo, this is your chance to get it together with her RiRi Boy lipstick in matte vivid lavender ($15.00), her Heaux lipstick in matte berry ($15.00), her Barbados Girl rose gold bronzer lustre drops ($20.00), and her Hibiscus Kiss coral blush and matte bronze duo ($26.00).
According to his mother, Chen Wei, surgeons told her if the tail was removed, it will grow back again. So the only solution to her son’s problem is to repair the spinal canal first to stop it from reoccurring in the future.
Advice to All pregnant women: Please use proper prenatal multivitamins to prevent neural tube defects during pregnancy.
Monday, June 24, 2013
UK Daily Mail, visitors from 'high risk' countries in Africa and Asia will have to put up a £3,000 cash bond to enter Britain. The money will be kept by the Government if visitors do not return home by the time their visas expire.
A pilot scheme, introduced by Home Secretary Theresa May, will target hundreds of people coming to Britain on six-month visit visas from India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Ghana, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
The countries have been picked for their high number of visa applications and what the Government sees as relatively high levels of immigration abuse and fraud, reports the Sunday Times.
The bonds, to be introduced from November, will only apply to non-EU migrants, otherwise they would fall foul of European rights to free movement.
'This is the next step in making sure our immigration system is more selective, bringing down net migration from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands while still welcoming the brightest and the best to Britain,' Mrs May told the Sunday Times. Wahala dey!
This is a rare genetic condition which makes her look middle-aged has been given new confidence thanks to pioneering facelift surgery. Zara Hartshorn, 16, from Rotherham, south Yorkshire, had to endure years of cruel taunts and even physical abuse because of her appearance.
She inherited lipodystrophy - which makes her skin looked wrinkled and twisted - from her mother Tracey Gibson who also suffers from the illness.But after hearing of her condition, a top surgeon in the US offered to perform cosmetic surgery for free. It has proved to be a complete success and Zara has felt able to start a relationship with new boyfriend Ricky Andrews and is even keen to go to college. See photo of her when she was a kid below;
Kanye West got down on one knee and popped the question to the E! star and mother of his child, a friend of Kim's tells People that it didn't happen. Hmmm, Could this be true? Well, "I can't imagine them not getting married. That's in their future!" the source told the mag.
Meanwhile, the new parents have been spending their time on the wonderful bundle of joy that has recently entered their lives.
"They're putting work aside right now to focus on the family. They're in it 100 percent," the pal added. "Kanye is already an incredibly present father. He's very relaxed and comfortable." http://fr.eonline.com/news/432827/kanye-west-did-not-propose-to-kim-kardashian-yet
Ministers from both countries have been charged to ensure the effective implementation of the newly signed instruments and the conclusion of outstanding agreements.
Both Presidents, Jacob Zuma and Goodluck Jonathan met in Cape Town, South Africa where various issues were discussed on how to improve on relationship between both countries as they agreed on so many issues aimed at boosting development in the continent. http://thenationonlineng.net/new/news-update/nigeria-safrica-approve-visa-waivers/
Other artist should follow his footstep and help raise N15million for OJB Jezreel for a kidney transplant in India. He needs your help.
To donate, see the account details: Babatunde Okungbowa. UBA - 1015075120. Thanks
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Miss McCreadie, the mother of the baby told how she had been at hospital for a check-up when things started to go wrong. She said: ‘I went in because I had been having pains for three days but I didn’t realise I was in labour. The next thing I knew my waters broke and his foot was out. They rushed me in for an emergency section. Linzy McCreadie, 29, and Chris Evatt, 33, of Strathmiglo, Fife, have finally been able to take their little boy home.
Another added: ‘She really wants to get back into shape. It’s important to her.’
It is believed that Kim and her daughter, whose name is yet to be revealed, will stay in hospital until the baby, who was born five weeks prematurely, reaches five pounds.
She gained a substantial amount of weight during her pregnancy and Kim Kardashian is apparently already trying to shift those pounds.
Prosecutors said the sale of the brands to Gado, the holding company that the fashion duo set up, enabled them to avoid a high rate of tax in Italy and pay a lower rate in Luxembourg, thus defrauding the Italian state.
The duo were handed a 20-month suspended prison sentence and a heavy fine on Wednesday for hiding hundreds of millions of euros from the Italian tax authorities. The design duo, who are nearly as famous as the stars they dress, were not present in court in Milan and will lodge an appeal against their conviction on charges that they have always denied. "We will read the reasons for the verdict, and we will appeal," Massimo Dinoia, one of the pair's defence lawyers, said after the hearing. Public prosecutor Gaetano Ruta had asked for a two-and-a-half year jail term. However, the two designers will have to pay 500,000 euros as a first instalment of a fine that could reach 10 million euros. The judge acquitted the pair of charges that they had filed inaccurate tax returns.
The success of Dolce and Gabbana's sexy corset dresses and sharply tailored suits favoured by celebrities such as Kylie Minogue, Kate Moss and Bryan Ferry have earned them a glamorous lifestyle.
Few weeks ago, Olu Jacobs, Alex Usifo Omiagbo, Joke Silva, Tonto Dikeh, Stella Damasus, 2Face Idibia, P-Sqaure, Davido, 9ice, Banky W, Naeto C, Ali Baba Don Jazzy, Julius Agwu, AY among others were honoured with a Red Cross Society of Nigeria, ambassadorship deal.
Whoops! Tonto Dikeh was screened out. According to reports, she didn’t meet the scrutiny standard of a Red Cross ambassador. Tonto asides her heavy tattoos also had personality problems, especially the excess use of tobacco.
According to the Red Cross, personality reputation was necessary and such would not be welcomed by the Society.
students of Obafemi Awolowo University, a female student of the school gave birth in the Moremi Hostel hall toilet and attempted to flush the baby but was caught my the hall cleaners.
They say the girl’s name is Oyin (let’s leave her surname out for now) and she’s a 400 level student of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The incident happened very early this morning.
According to a student of the school who sent in the photo, a cleaner heard a baby crying inside one of the toilet stalls and then saw blood coming from under the door. She quickly went to call other cleaners around and they forced the door open.
When the cleaners entered the toilet they saw the student pouring water inside the closet, the baby turned upside down, with the head inside the closet.
One of the women dipped her hand inside and removed the baby…a boy, who was still very much alive but bleeding from the nose. The cleaners called school management who rushed both the girl and the baby to Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital for treatment. The placenta fell while they were rushing the girl to the hospital. hmmmmmm girls!
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Hello Gorgeous, Check out these outfits for fashion ideas;
“People always ask me how I start a collection, and I tell them that I just look around. What am I tired of? What am I in the mood for? Real fashion change comes from real changes in real life. Everything else is just decoration.”
Kelly Rowland‘s much anticipated new release Talk A Good Game is officially in stores and online now. Available from June 17-June 21 to celebrate the release of Kelly Rowland’s album Talk A Good Game in stores now. Kelly’s Talk A Good Game is going to be one of the brainchilds behind bringing R&B back. “She’s really coming into her own so perfectly: she works so hard, she’s an independent woman she’s strong, she’s passionate, she has a mind of her own, she’s calling the calls and making the plays,” he said. “We call her ‘boss lady.’ Go get your now!
But it is not the only name in consideration, with Kim said to prefer the choice of Kaidence, which would follow her family's 'K' theme. The reality star is said to like the idea of calling the baby Kai for short. The middle name would be Donda, in honour of Kanye's late mother.
But according to InTouch: 'North is at the top of the list of names'.
A friend of the pair told the gossip magazine: 'They're not totally sure about it. Kanye loves it, Kim is okay with it. 'Prior to the baby's birth on Saturday it had been expected that the pair would continue the 'K' theme that runs in Kim's family - something that Kaidence would fit.
'The family doesn’t like it [North],' the insider told InTouch, adding, 'They're going to decide by today [Tuesday]. Despite his disagreements with Kim over the name, Kanye is said to be thrilled to be a first time father at 36. Lets all wait for the picture of the cutie...............................xoxo
Read the birthday message from his wife, Lady Diane Oputa below,
My dear Charles, you have been in our lives for many- many seasons, and I have chosen to lay my heart out for that reason. This is for the best Husband, Father and Son that I know. The one who is dedicated to his family and works hard for us. My Husband and Friend, our love shall never end, even when it goes through the fire, because you and only you are my true heart desire.
The children and I will always pray for you, the man who has inspired millions because you never gave up on your dream. I will always provide a home of love and emotional purity, and when life places pain in your heart, may I always fill it with love. Thanks for being there for us, thanks for loving me and for all the beautiful memories you have given me so far. To my soul mate, lover and best friend.
yesterday the 18th of June 2013,
The N60million deal includes, appearances for the telecom's events for a year, performances, sign on fee, and commercials. Iyanya was signed alongside five other artists - Wizkid, Davido, Praiz, Chidinma, and iMike as the brand's Ambassadors. According to reports, Wizkid signed close to 45millon naira while Davido signed close to 32million naira.
Congrats to all the Ambassadors!
Dear Oyebanjo, Dapo Daniel AKA D’Banj,
I am seated at a local restaurant here at the university town of Nsukka, in Enugu State, Nigeria, drinking a bottle of Fayrouz and listening to the sound of the generator, which is the only source of electricity around here.
I have watched your latest music video. I went through the rigour last night. It is the video of the song entitled “Don’t Tell Me Nonsense” and it was awfully disgusting, the song, I mean. Kaffy and the rest of the dancers didn’t disappoint in the video. This is bad, I know, using awful and disgusting, in same sentence. But that is what I feel about what I saw. Brother, D’Banj, a lot has changed since you left your brother and hustle partner, Ajereh, Michael Collins AKA Don Jazzy. Truth. Your songs have been nothing but trash. I wonder if anyone has said anything nice to you since you started making songs outside Don Jazzy. If they have, it must have been for that singular hit song entitled ‘Oliver Twist.’ Kai! That song swept through Nigeria and the rest of the world. You would not believe that the ordinary child on the streets of Nsukka knows the lyrics of that song and the dance steps too.
In Nigeria, there are plenty factors that weigh us down. One is our inability to manage our weaknesses. I see you have been buying yourself expensive jeweleries. The other day, I saw on Olorisupergal’s blog that you wear a wristwatch worth my entire family and maybe inheritance. I commend your taste. You are a lucky and hardworking man. You deserve it, besides; ‘Oliver Twist’ made marks. It took the Nigerian music to a height that had never been seen in recent times. Its toping charts, downloads, Youtube views and itunes purchases are amongst the few things I can mention.
Dear, D’Banj, Don Jazzy may not be an ideal partner, I bet you, no one is an ideal partner! Perfect couples quarrel and make up. It is the joy of having such union. I believe misunderstanding is part of us, as humans. I will run to the zoo the day I see a union that agrees on almost everything. Back to your music, I feel Don Jazzy was made to make good music with you. He may not only be your producer, but whatever input, from advice, to production, will go a long way. Besides, he has been miserable too, without you. I have seen his eyes in music videos. There is one he did with Tiwa Savage. Ah, Tiwa. She looked dazzling, while Don Jazzy looked wanting and dispirited. Tiwa may have a perfect voice but Don Jazzy has not been able to achieve what he did with you. The other boys, K-Switch, Wande Coal and the goody bag crooner, D’Prince are unfortunate learners. They must be stark illiterates to have taken sides when you guys parted. I understand their ignorance. But my concern here is, if you wish to stay relevant in the sight of Nigerians, making good music, and not caressing a stripper on stage on your birthday, then you have to make amends with Don Jazzy and understand that people argue because they are beneficial to themselves. Only dummies agree on everything.
I think tribalism had a lot to play in your split. It is a sad reality, if I am right. Tribalism will eventually destroy Nigeria. Our young people think they belong to a superior tribe and so make silly comments which sometimes bring about misconception and then crisis. I once had a boss, who is Igbo, who felt my tribe’s men were lazy, just because she came to my state and saw a job and was privileged to be a high ranking staff. I have had people who think those from the north should be gatekeepers and cobblers. Someone called me a militant once in Abuja, at the Sheraton, when he discovered I was from the Niger-Delta. I forgave his gross stupidity. I think we should drink a cup of water when ignorant people say rubbish about our personalities or flaws and relate it to tribe.
You are a great young man, D’Banj. Few people have attained the height you have. I am encouraged to pursue what I am currently pursuing because I know I will triumph. Your likes and that of 2Face Idibia, despite your weaknesses are heroes. And you must recall that Kanye West met you because he had heard good stuff from you. When nothing good manifests, he may be forced to give you a new job description at Good Music, which may be mopping of the floor of the studio. This evil will not befall you. If you believe it, type amen. D’Banj, pride is the worst enemy of any man who wishes to last longer anywhere. A drop of arrogance may work, but pride is detrimental. You were called the ‘entertainer’ because you offered entertainment. Today, Inyanya, Kcee, Flavour, Wizkid and Davido are doing better. Imagine Burna-Boy, chai, that boy has some senses oh. His music, even when he is talking nonsense makes you want to sit and listen or dance to it, as the case may be. The only person that is yet to outshine you is my dearest sister, Tontolet Dike. That girl needs Jesus.
I have to go back to my drink. I paid for it and it is almost missing me. I enjoy your struggle or hustle, as you may choose to call it. I wish to hear something profound from you. While awaiting that miracle that only you can perform, I wish you the very best of life.
Nwilo bura-Bari Vincent