Reality star and mother of one, Khloe Kardashian turned 36 on Saturday, June 27, and threw a party to celebrate her birthday.
The ‘family only’ event was attended by her famous family including her sisters, Kourtney, Kim, Kylie, Kendall, and their mom Kris Jenner. Her brother, Rob Kardashian also made a rare appearance and showed off a much more slimmed-down physique.
Khloe Kardashian’s ex Tristan Thompson and her BFF, Malika Haqq among others were also in attendance.
Check out the adorable message Diane sent to Elozonam on his 36th birthday.
One of the cutest messages you’d be reading today on social media will be that of Big Brother Naija’s Diane celebrating Elozonam on his birthday.
The reality TV star took to her Instagram page on Wednesday, March 4, 2020, where she sent a very cute but lengthy message to Elozonam on his 34th birthday.
“Happy Birthday, Elozonam! It took me a week plus to learn that name anyways I can proudly say I pronounce it better than you 😂. Hmmm, I don’t know what to say, cracking my head, trying to come up with the right words.
“Elozonam Emeka Ogbolu! You are indeed a man of strength and wisdom. A jovial soul, smiling somebody, the dancer, the content creator, the life of the party. You are a box of awesomeness,” she wrote.
It didn’t end there as she went spiritual with some prayers for the celebrant.Elozonam the birthday celebrant [Instagram/Elozonam]
“My prayer for you today is that God continues to be the foundation of your life, I pray he orders and direct your steps, I pray that when the time comes for you to make decisions or choices I pray the Holy Spirit directs and leads you.
“Where others stand-in, you shall stand out. Grow in grace. We definitely might fight, argue, but in all of this, you sha know I care and wish you the best in life. More wins, more money 💰. 34!!! Ain’t no 34 that looks this hot 🥵Oya turn up 💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾💃🏾🙌🏽,” she concluded.Elozonam and Diane were former housemates at the last season of Nigeria’s biggest reality TV show, Big Brother Naija. [Instagram/Elozonam] [Instagram/DianeRusset]
Happy birthday to Elozonam from all of us at Pulse. Elozonam and Diane were former housemates at the last season of Nigeria’s biggest reality TV show, Big Brother Naija. During their stay in the house, the kicked off a beautiful friendship.Diane Russet was one of the last housemates standing during the last edition of Big Brother Naija [Instagram/DianeRusset]
There has been speculation that they are romantically linked, despite that, they have not come out openly to confirm or debunk the status of their friendship.
Big Brother Naija 2019 housemate, Jackie Madu ignited a firestorm on Twitter after firing back at her co-reality show star, Omashola over his tweet about “people working like jackie”.
Omashola had taken to the social media platform to advise people who work like “jackie” to take out some time to spoil themselves.
Sometimes spoil ur self , no be every time you go they work like Jackie.
However Jackie who felt he was referring to her, alleged that he hasn’t made 5% of the profit she has made in February alone since they all left Big Brother Naija. She added that he will end up as a 40-year-old man with no wealth.
She tweeted in response;
To be the gr8tst u’ve 2keep working, innovating & creating valuable solutions not wasting ur time balling, u’ll end up as a 40years old man with no wealth. PS: u haven’t made since u left bbn 5% of profit I’ve made this February on a project #techmoney #noiseless #checkthestats
Big Brother Naija 2019 housemates, Mercy and Tacha are enmeshed in a shade session after both reality show stars announced they will be launching their own reality shows.
Mercy who held a housewarming party on Monday February 10, had announced that she will be starting her own reality show soon. The announcement sparked off a controversy on social media as some fans of Tacha accused her of copying their star who recently launched hers.
Tacha acknowledged the claim made by her fans and also disclosed that “she knows she is winning” because she is getting copied. She also acknowledged a Twitter campaign which came with hashtag of #Tachadiditfirst.
Mercy who won the 2019 edition of the Big Brother Naija Reality show, fired back at Tacha by pointing out that she hinted on starting off her reality show via a tweet she shared on January 4, 2020, weeks before she (Tacha) announced and launched hers.
She also alleged that Tacha and her fans are obsessed with her in the Insta-story post she has deleted.
Recall that the two reality show stars had a fight in the 2019 edition of BBNaija reality show they participated in, it eventually led to the disqualification of Tacha.
Most game show fans (and tv execs) knew that having three Jeopardy! legends compete for the title of greatest of all time would bring in viewers, but the limited-run event blew everyone’s minds yesterday when it delivered the largest same-day audience for any entertainment series on TV this season.
The premise is simple: the three highest-earning Jeopardy! contestants of all timeKen Jennings, Brad Rutter, and James Holzhauerare competing in a best of seven tournament. The first to win three matches will be crowned the winner, and the prize is $1 million.
Jennings won the first episode, but there’s still time to tune in to see who will snag the top spot for episode two. Here’s how you can watch and stream the Jeopardy!: Greatest of All Time tournament.
How to watch Jeopardy!: Greatest of All Time:
Greatest of All Time is appearing on ABC, marking the first time in 30 years that Jeopardy! has aired on network television. The show is airing at 8 p.m. EST, but the total amount of episodes will depend on how fast one of the contestants gets to three wins:
Angela Okorie has slammed Tacha for not showing gratitude after she supported her while she was in the Big Brother Naija house.
The actress said she used her platform to support the former reality star but since Tacha came out the house, she has been ignoring her.
Tacha put up a post after she came out of the house to thank her supporters, including Peter Okoye, Bobrisky, Jaaruma, Angela Okorie and more. She tagged Angela twice to the post.
But Angela claims Tacha doesn’t reply her for days when she writes to her. She said that when Tacha replies, she directs her to her manager.
Calling Tacha out, Angela said Tacha’s action has made her understand why Jaaruma, her biggest supporter, unfollowed her. She went on to accuse Tacha of having a bad character.
The actress wrote:
This Right Here keeps me going
What Ever I do for people I don’t expect A pay Back And that is why God Keeps blessing me But as a human being I think I deserve Gratitude.
Some people i helped like Tacha can’t even say Thank you for giving her my platform To push her Brand As the matter of fact she ignores me , When I write her It takes 2 days to reply me Or she directs me to her manager What an Ungrateful personality Tacha it took you 2 weeks to call me after you Left Big brother house, That was After @hairess_gallery told u to call to at least say thank you,
Now I understand why Jaruma unfollowed you Tacha I told you to post her picture publicly and Say Thank you to her for all she did for you, Cos is not easy to spend money on who doesn’t Know u , Gratitude is important I told you that “A good character will keep you in the industry for a long time” But a bad character will make u loose everything I was the First public face to post ur picture when you entered big brother house,
This alone can make me not to help anybody again, But you know what??? I will keep helping people Cos this is part of my work on Earth. Called you for a shoot And I was shocked u said u will post it for free Forgetting I post u on my page 2/47 without u paying a Dine
I pleaded with my lovely fans on daily basis to keep Voting for you until you win I lost lots of fans cos of you Some even wrote me messages threatening me For supporting you , “ I told them I saw something different they can’t see in you.
Even when everyone was against you I supported you till the end and also gave them Reasons to support you,
Gratitude is very Important Gratitude is a Must Does it mean if you were Angela Okorie You won’t give me same opportunity I gave you???? Desist from being Ungrateful to people who Helped you when u were a nobody Else it will Ruin You forever NB: Gratitude is everything Morning world. #Epaindem
The coronation will hold on Friday, November 15, 2019.
‘The Coronation’ is Nigeria’s premier Hip-Hop live show and it’s organized by record label, 100 Crowns. The label is run by Nigerian rappers, AQ and Loose Kaynon.
Over the past year, the show has grown in leaps and bounds. It also attracts Hip-Hop heads and aspiring rappers from across the country for something they love and care about. Its next edition will hold on Friday, November 15, 2019 from 7 pm to 11 pm at CCX Lounge, Kofo Abayomi, Victoria Island, Lagos.ADVERTISING
Acts billed to perform there include Alpha Ojini, Tentik, Barelyanyhook, Shakezbaba, MejiTheRapper, Timi Kei, AQ, Loose Kaynon, Blaqbonez, Torna and Hotyce. There will also be three battle rap sessions.
For promotion, two cyphers have been released. One is for rappers and one is for battle rappers. You can watch both below;
Tiwa Savage and Awilo Longomba will join over 30 music acts across Africa billed to perform at the AFRIMA music village in Lagos.
Ahead of the 2019 AFRIMA, Tiwa Savage and Awilo Longomba are billed to perform alongside 30 music African acts at the AFRIMA music village in Lagos.
The AFRIMA music village performance is one of the lined-up activities in heralding the music and cultural-exchange festival, AFRIMA.
Scheduled to hold on Saturday, November 21, 2019, at the Agege Stadium, Lagos, other Nigerian music acts scheduled to perform at the music village are 2Face, Teni the Entertainer, Ycee, Pasuma Wonder, Rudeboy, Saheed Osupa, Small Doctor, Skiibi, Niniola, Falz, DJ Spinall, and Mr. P.ADVERTISING
Ghana’s dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy; South Africa’s Nasty C, Sho Madjozi and Master KG will also join their African counterparts on the 6th AFRIMA Music Village stage. Also performing is Sauti Sol from Kenya, Rayvanny from Tanzania, Daphne from Cameroon; Anna Jone from Angola, Toofan from Togo, Aminux from Morocco, and Kanvee Adams from Liberia.
The event, which is billed to be the convergence of top music stars from across the 5 African regions, African artiste in the diaspora, past AFRIMA winners, as well as past and present nominees of AFRIMA will also have DJ Cuppy, 9ice, Fireboy, Atawewe, Harrysong, Q.dot, Obesere, Slimcase, Mr. Reel, Mayorkun, Reminisce, and DJ Neptune gracing the stage.
Speaking on the upcoming event, Project Lead and Head of Media, AFRIMA, Sola Dada comments; “It is no doubt this year’s AFRIMA Music Village attendees will leave with utmost fulfillment. The decision by the International Committee of AFRIMA to change the venue and take the concert closer to the grassroots in Agege Stadium, Agege Lagos where die-hard and loyal music lovers are, is to avail them the opportunity to experience their favorite African stars perform live on stage. From its inception, the concert has catered to its audience creating an experience that stays with them for a long time.
The previous edition in Ghana at the 100,000-capacity Independence Square in Accra left the crowd yearning for more, and the 6th edition will surely surpass previous ones,” he added.
The AFRIMA Music Village is followed by the AFRIMA roundtable business summit on November 23 while the Music Awards ceremony takes place on Sunday, November 23.
Uriel Oputa has opened up to her followers about her struggles and why she’s considering having a child the unconventional way as a result.
The former Big Brother Naija reality star said she has been celibate for almost four years. December will make it four years since she hasn’t dated anyone. She said she went celibate to save herself from getting hurt again.
However, considering the fact that her mother is suffering from dementia and could soon forget everything, including her children, Uriel has contemplated having a child the unconventional way, rather than waiting until whenever she meets a man and gets married, during which time her mother’s health may have declined.
Expressing her concerns, Uriel said: “My mum… If I leave it any longer and I don’t meet anybody anytime soon, she won’t remember my child.
“Even if I were to introduce my child to my mum, and she’s at her later stages of her illness, no connection, she will just… nothing. She’s already on her way out. And that made me angry. It made me angry.
“I’ve never questioned religion in any way and I never will question religion… never question God, but I question my morals and for me that was deep.
“I question my morals in the sense of, I said to myself, ‘what if I wanted to have a child in order for my child and for me to give my mum the chance to have a connection with my child before she goes?’
“Because, my mum is going to forget the memories that we cherished together…”
In tears, Uriel narrated a cherished memory she fears her mother will forget.
“And she’ll forget all of that. She’ll forget my name. So while she’s still there just a little bit, would it be such a bad idea for me to have a child? And that thought crossed my head and I was like, ‘no no no. It’s not culturally… It’s not right culture-wise. People might look down at me. People might say, ‘you’re wrong’, ‘I hate you’ or ‘you’re setting a bad example’.
“So in what situation does a situation become morally right.”
She continues: “Put your self in this shoe, and I’m not saying that I’m going to do it, but if you was in my position, would you say having a child whatever way – artificial insemination or whatever – is wrong? Is it morally right or wrong?
“You guys decide and let me know. It’s a very interesting topic and I wanted to share that with you.