Friday, 17 May 2013
Michael Jackson’s nephew, Taj Jackson, says he was molested as a boy by a male family member on his mother’s side. Taj, 40, revealed his family secret in order to defend his uncle Michael against the most recent molestation allegations made by former child star Wade Robson.
Taj’s father is Michael’s brother, Tito Jackson, 59.
In a series of Twitter.com messages sent on Wednesday, Taj called Wade a liar, and he said Michael personally consoled him after he told his mother Dee Dee about the incident.
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Sunday, 5 May 2013
Female students at a Red Hook, New York, middle school recently participated in a workshop intended to make them more comfortable with homosexuality.
The 13-and 14-year-old girls learned about homosexuality and gender identity at Linden Avenue Middle School. They were also taught terminology such as “pansexual” and “genderqueer,” CBN reports.
The workshop was designed to bring awareness to the bullying and social stigma that young homosexuals sometimes experience.
At some point during the workshop, two of the girls were asked to stand up in front of the class and kiss each other, as if they were on a date.
The students’ parents are outraged.
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"Don Jazzy produced four songs on the DKM album coming out soon. I remember when I was in America and they were mastering a song and I heard the one featuring Fally Ipupa which was produced by Don Jazzy and I was like wow! I called him immediately and he picked up. I said listen to what I’m hearing, this is a music you produced. So don’t get it twisted like I said, love is a beautiful thing.
"I’m a businessman and I do what is right for my business. What I’m doing now is what I have always wanted as an artiste, professionalism and good distribution. I don’t have any regret."
Good luck to both of them.
Friday, 22 March 2013
Comedian AY Makun Premieres his Sitcom Online! Watch Episode 1 of the First Season of AY’s Crib – “August Visitor”
AY’s crib is created by comedian, AY Makun. Directed by himself along with Patrick Ovoke Odjegba. In the show, Ay plays himself with Alexx Ekubo as JJ, Bucci Franklin as KC, Justice Nuagbe as Ushbebe and Venita Akpofure as Mimi.Watch the Amazing episode after the jump
Thursday, 21 March 2013
White women's opinion of black women & a brother's response Please take a moment and read this. Pretty Deep!
It seems that an article was written to Sister 2 Sister magazine by a Caucasian woman who requested a response from black men. I'm so glad she got what she asked for (and more) !!!
I'm sorry but I would like to challenge some of your Black male readers. I am a White female who is engaged to a Black male-good-looking, educated and loving. I just don't understand a lot of Black female's attitudes about our relationship. My man decided he wanted me because the pickings amongst Black women were slim to none. As he said they were either too fat, too loud, too mean, too argumentative, too needy, too materialistic or carrying too much excess baggage. Before I became engaged, whenever I went out I was constantly approached by Black men, willing to wine and dine me and give me the world. If Black women are so up in arms about us being with their men, why don't they look at themselves and make some changes. I am tired of the dirty looks I get and snide remarks when we're out in public. I would like to hear from some Black men about why we are so appealing and coveted by them. Bryant Gumbel just left his wife of 26 years for one of us Charles Barkley, Scottie Pippen, the model Tyson Beckford, Montell Williams, Quincy Jones, James Earl Jones, Harry Belafonte, Sydney Poitier, Kofi Anan, Cuba Gooding Jr., Don Cornelius, Berry Gordy, Billy Blanks, Larry Fishburne, Wesley Snipes... I could go on and on. But, right now, I'm a little angry and that is why I wrote this so hurriedly. Don't be mad with us White women because so many of your men want us. Get your acts together and learn from us and we may lead you to treat your men better. If I'm wrong, Black men, let me know. Disgusted White Girl, Somewhere in VA RESPONSE
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Thursday, 10 January 2013
We just learnt that officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission this afternoon arrested immediate past Governor of the Central bank of Nigeria, Charles Soludo in connection with the Australian polymer banknotes bribery scam.
A close relative of Mr. Soludo confirmed to Saharareporters operatives picked up the former CBN governor in Abuja a few hours ago.
A government source told Saharareporters that Mr. Soludo is facing interrogation by the EFCC at its Abuja office with regards to his role in the bribery of CBN officials by an Australian currency mint company, Securency.
The source told our reporters about a dozen other CBN former and serving CBN officials have also been apprehended for questioning on the deal.
EFCC spokesperson could not be reached for confirmation of the arrest.
“What is Love?”
Find out what our Nigerian celebrities had to say when asked this question. From Banky W, M.I, Waje, Matse, Dolapo Oni, Praiz, Chigurl , Tiwa Savage and many more.
The video is a promo for a Soul Muzik show taking place in February 2013.
Ermm,is Love really about money?
Wizzy just uploaded the photo to his official instragram account with the caption “My new Crib!!! Thank jah“.
A few months ago, someone in the music industry was telling us the story about how Wizkid was eagerly seeking someone to sign him a few years ago, from studio to studio, he was on the grind with no car and not much money until he was signed to EME…the rest is history.
He is sure living his dreams., no condition is permanent...congrats...Determination is the key guys!
GQ magazine published some of the photos from Beyonce’s cover shoot for the February issue. The stunning photos portray a woman who celebrates her sexuality, even as her husband pushes toward 50.
In the interview, by Andy Wallace, Beyonce says she loves being onstage:
“I love my job, but it’s more than that: I need it,” she says. “Because before I gave birth, it was the only time in my life, all throughout my life, that I was lost.” She means this in a good way: When her brain turns off, it is, frankly, a relief. After drilling herself, repeating every move so many times, locking them in, she can then afford not to think. “It’s like a blackout. When I’m onstage, I don’t know what the crap happens. I am gone… I’m like, ‘Please piss me off before the performance.’ I used to use everything.”
Top by Azzedine Alaïa. Panties by Dolce & Gabbana. Earrings by Lorraine Schwartz. Chain and rings by Manon, Bracelets by Tom Ford. Heels by Versace.
On equal pay for equal work:
“You know, equality is a myth, and for some reason, everyone accepts the fact that women don’t make as much money as men do. I don’t understand that. Why do we have to take a backseat?. I truly believe that women should be financially independent from their men. And let’s face it, money gives men the power to run the show. It gives men the power to define value. They define what’s sexy. And men define what’s feminine. It’s ridiculous.”
T-shirt by Topshop. Bra and panties by Agent Provocateur.