Nigeria Singer, David Adedeji Adeleke, better known by his stage name Davido has said that his second child will be born in two weeks.
The multiple-award winning singer reveal this in a recent post on Snapchat.
“Just want to feed my fans with great music and take care of Imade and her little sister that would be coming in two weeks. That’s all man cares about right now, all that other shit is for the birds,” he wrote.
The 24-year-old singer already has a child with Sophia Momodu and is also rumoured to have impregnated a 24-year-old Georgia University student.
Popular Nigerian actress, Olayode Julianna a.k.a. Toyo Baby has denied the rumored fight with Funke Akindele.
Toyo Baby who gained fame after her recurring role in Jenifa Diaries has slammed reports that she’s currently at loggerheads with her boss and her mentor, Funke Akindele.
The clarified the rumors on her social media minutes ago with a photo with Funke.
I apologize for responding late to the LIB post.
Please DON’T BELIEVE EVERYTHING you read on tabloids.
Several people have criticised me and some insulted me on something they know NOTHING about.
I didn’t and would never unfollow Aunty Funke @funkejenifaakindele
Please read all my interviews, I hold her in high esteem and she’s dear to my heart. My career profile is not complete without her.
Characters come and go in series. Even if you’re not seeing Toyo Baby presently, SOP never said she’s not coming back.
I hold nothing against those who have spread lies about me.
God bless you.
Juliana loves you all!
Popular Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, has undergone a successful fibroid removal surgery in India.
She took to her Instagram page and shared a photo from the surgery and also wrote about the disease which almost ruined her life.
Removal of Fibroids
Myomectomy is an operation to remove fibroid tumours (myomas) from the uterus. This retains the uterus, and is an alternative treatment to hysterectomy.
It is sometimes a more difficult operation than hysterectomy but preserves reproductive choice for the patient.
Advantages of laparoscopic myomectomy
Small incisions and less scarring
Gentler handling of the body tissues and organs during the operation
Less postoperative pain
Less postoperative narcotic use for pain relief
Faster overall recovery with an earlier return to normal activity
How does laparoscopic myomectomy work?
Preoperative preparation involves a shave and a small enema, and you will need to fast for six hours before the operation.
A general anaesthetic is administered.
The laparoscope and other instruments are introduced – see laparoscopic surgery for more details.
The fibroid is visualised. A cut is made in the uterus and the fibroid is freed from the uterine muscle.
The incision in the uterus is repaired with sutures.
The fibroid is removed, usually by cutting it up into small pieces to get it out of the small incisions.
The wounds are closed.
Recovery after fibroid removal
Immediate post-operative recovery involves an average of two days in hospital. A fifth of patients can go home late the next day after surgery, and about 80% patients are home in two days. Patients are welcome to rest in hospital for as long as they need to.
One in five patients will only need tablets and not injections for postoperative pain relief. If injections are required about two are needed on average. Patients will be given as much pain relief as they request to make sure they are comfortable.
A low-grade temperature is common in the first few days after surgery. The first few days at home should be taken very easily. The patient should have someone to help.
Plenty of rest and fluids are advisable. Exercise your calf muscles to prevent clots. Oral pain relief such as Panadeine or Panadol may be needed, especially at night.
Graded recovery over the next few weeks will occur. Gentle increasing exercise is helpful. Driving is permissible. Expect to tire easily.
Nigerian sensational singer, Tiwa Savage, has revealed why artists cannot be stopped from being s*xual in their stage-craft and even in the entertainment industry as a whole.
The Eminado crooner who gave reasons for this extra creativity noted that the desire for glamour and appeal by every entertainer will not make the trends go away.
Speaking on the morning show of Arise TV, she stressed that entertainers cannot be stopped from adopting all these scenes but can be regulated through appropriate guidelines provided by a competent body or authority.
Tiwa Savage who described herself as a modern-day Fela girl said:
“Fela girls were misunderstood. What they did on stage was just entertainment. What they do on stage does not mean that they are loose off stage. The women added glamour to Fela’s show.
“There is no way a movie and entertainment will not have s*xual scenes. You cannot stop an artiste from being sexual in entertainment. The only thing we can do as Africans is to provide guidelines.
“When I performed initially in Nigeria, they screamed that it was too much; that it was too s*xual. We are still fighting the same battle the Fela girls fought.”
Nollywood actress, Esther Audu and video director, Philip Ojire had their traditional engagement as well as their white wedding in July 2016, and ever since, they have been enjoying their marital bliss.
Unlike some other actresses who maintain low profile after marriage, Audu is not ready to change her lifestyle, just because of a change in marital status.
She told Inside Nollywood how she has been coping with life as a married woman, while maintaining her acting career.
Hear her: “Yeah, I’m married now, but it makes no difference to me. I’m still the Esther you used to know. The only difference is that I’m now Mrs. Ojire. Aside this, I still live my normal life. Luckily for me, my husband supports my acting career. He is also into entertainment; he is a music video director, so he is understands my kind of work very well.
“He told me bluntly that if I get kissing role, I should take it and do it well; after all, it is all acting. However, before I got married, I had some roles that didn’t say well of me. So, after marriage, I maintained that.”
Audu also added that she has since forgiven all her Nollywood friends that failed to show up on her wedding day.
“I understand they were busy, a lot of them were on set. But I thought they would take some steps and sacrifice a bit for me. I know their career is important but marriage is meant to be a once in a lifetime event, so I expected they would come show me some love based on that.
“I know I would do that for some of them, but it’s okay. That’s in the past now. They apologised later on and it has been settled. After all, they were all with me during the preparations.”
Nollywood actress, took to her Instagram page and shared a photo of her behind prison.
The photo is currently trailed with mixed reactions and comments as many of her fans who have missed her face on the screen are screaming for her to make a come-back very soon.
Genevieve Nnaji Nigerian actress and singer, She won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2005 that made her the first actress to win the award.
In 2011, she was honoured as a Member of the Order of the Federal Republic by the Nigerian government for her contribution to Nollywood.
Speaking Wednesday on the Morning Show of Arise Television, a sister broadcast station of THISDAY Newspapers, Tiwa Savage who described herself as a modern-day Fela girl, argued that the late African beat icon’s girls were misunderstood.
She stated that even when she sent her works to the United Kingdom (UK) and the rhythm could not be understood, she refused to change her style, adding that Nigerians and Africans were indeed learning to appreciate their own.
“If you don’t try, you won’t succeed. It is not time for me to relax and say that I am at the same level with Rihanna. I need to do my thing. I need the support of Nigerians and the whole continent.
When I go to the UK to perform, they appreciate us more than American artistes. We are learning to appreciate our own. It is so cool to be a Nigerian and African. The ‘pidgin’ english (an English-based pidgin and creole language spoken as a lingua franca across Nigeria) is there but we are trying to present it better to the world.”
According to her, before she moved back to Nigeria in 2009, the music in Nigerian clubs was 70 percent American and only 30 percent Africans.
“But when I came back, it changed with the presence of D’banj, Tuface, Don Jazzy and the rest of Nigerian artistes. We did not care whether the rest of the world was listening or not,” she added.
“I am delighted to sell the Nigerian brand; I don’t need to change some of the songs. When I sent the rhythm to the UK and they did not understand, I don’t need to change anything,” she said.
The mother of one said her music was like Jollof rice.
“I am in love with Jollof rice. When I prepare it, I can dish it out anyhow and eat. But when you have a guest, you dish it out in a very special way. That is what we do in music,” Savage explained.
On her plans for next year, the music icon pledged to work harder for Africans and the rest of the world, adding that she would increase her last year’s efforts by 100 per cent to encourage African women.
She said she wanted to encourage African women to understand that getting married or having kids should not put an end to their career.
According to her:
“When you get married or have kids- it doesn’t mean that your career has ended. Your career has just started. I worked under Don Jazzy who is extremely talented. If you look at his catalog, no two songs are the same. I cannot take all the credit. When I was pregnant, he was very understanding and very helpful. These guys were very understanding about women issues.”
Speaking on Fela’s girls, she argued that they were misunderstood, adding that people acknowledged the late Afro Beats’ king as a godfather and forgot the women that added glamour to his music.
According to her, what Fela’s girls did on stage was mere entertainment, which did not mean that they were loose off stage.
“These girls were misunderstood. What they did on stage was just entertainment. What they do on stage doesn’t mean that they are loose off stage. People say Fela is godfather but people forget the women that added glamour to Fela’s show,” she said.
Savage explained further:
“When I performed initially in Nigeria, they screamed that it was too much; that it was too sexy. We are still fighting the same battle the Fela girls fought. There is no way a movie and entertainment will not have sexual scenes. The only thing we can do as Africans is to provide guidelines. You cannot stop an artiste from being sexual in entertainment.”
YBNL Artiste, Adekunle Gold might just have confirmed that there “might” be a romantic relationship between himself and Simi.
Simi who turned a year older today, took to Instagram to celebrate, and she shared her full name in an Instagram Post.;
Happy birthday Simisola Bolatito Adeola Opeyemi Oreoluwa Ogunleye.
I thank G** for so much. A few special people asked me these past few days “Simi what do you want for your birthday?” I thought and I pondered and I thought some more – before I could think of anything, it took me quite a bit. It hit me then how much G** has blessed me. I don’t have everything, but I have soooo much to be thankful for.
I can’t even imagine how empty and nothing my life would be without Jesus looking out for me, guiding me, helping me to be the girl I am today.
I see ur love. Everyone of u. Counting down to today like it’s your birthday 😫😫😫😭😭😭. I love u so d*** much. I love u everyday. Thank you. #birthdaygirl
Baby you the best.
This of course didn’t take long to connect the dots, as Nigerians realized her names were what Adekunle Gold mentioned in his song, Orente.
Immediately, a fan directed a question at Simi on Twitter: “@Symplysimi Quick question. Just saw your full name on IF. Taking me back to Orente by @adekunleGOLD. Did you inspire him to write the song?”
..and then Adekunle Gold responded thus: “I wrote it for her”
Nigerian actress, singer, philanthropist, former model and mother of 4, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde took to her Instagram to celebrate her last son, Michael who apparently, turned 15 today.
The 39 year old actress revealed, that Michael was so elated after his favorite clubs, Liverpool and Manchester City sent him birthday wishes.
She also shared the messages her son got from the club.
“Please Help me say a Hearty Happy birthday to my Baby. My last born child mickyboy @michael_ekeinde who turns 15 Today.This footballer kid is So happy as he got messages from his best team @liverpoolfc ! and another from @mancity .. Love you kind sweet soul.”
Alleged Tonto dikeh Husband Snatcher, Rosaline Meurer, break the internet with her bathroom photos she shared recently on Instagram
Rosy with her s3x appeal photo share words of encouragements to her followers.
“Good morning lovers!! Every morning is a wonderful blessing. Either cloudy or sunny, it stands for hope. Giving us another start at what we call LIFE. If you’re awake, you are blessed. Life is a priceless gift. Appreciate every minute of it. Wish you all an amazing day full of laughter and blessings. #goodmorning #flashbackfriday #attentionmagng #blessed #favored #gifted #fbf #everythingrosy #rosykisses #QueenOfAllQueens”