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A Man Who Is Considerate While Cheating Is Manageable — Comedienne Princess

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Nigerian comedienne, Princess has aired her views about men who cheat on their partners, following the viral video of an angry woman who attacked her husband’s side chick at a mall in Lagos.

The popular Comedienne got people talking on social media after her controversial views about the issue during an interview on TVC’s Your View.

Princess had a lot to share with the hosts of the programme as it concerns issues that are common in marriages especially when infidelity sets in. The entertainer while discussing with the show’s lead host Morayo Brown, noted that there are times that men in marriages do not only cheat with the opposite gender.

Princess gave a vivid narration of a woman that found out that her husband was having a romantic affair with his male best friend.

Driving her point home about infidelity, Princess noted that cheating comes in different levels. She said she is not an advocate of partners being unfaithful to one another.

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However, in her opinion, a man who cheats considerably is still manageable. ..

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Burna Boy’s ‘My Money, My Baby’ Among Songs On Michelle Obama’s Workout Playlist

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It’s another win for African Giant, Burna Boy as Michelle Obama has revealed that his song, “My Money, My Baby”, is one of the songs that gives her an extra boost when she works out.

The former US First Lady tweeted: “It’s about that time when New Year’s resolutions get a bit harder to stick to. To offer a little inspiration, I want to share my go-to #WorkoutPlaylist with you. These songs always seem to give me that extra boost to get through my toughest workouts. What’s on your playlist?.”

Burna Boy was the only indigenous Nigerian singer whose song made it to the list.

Also on the list is Tobe Nwigwe’s “I’m Dope” featuring David Michael Wyatt. Though Tobe was born in Alief, Texas, a suburb of Houston, and is married to an African American woman, he’s of Nigerian descent.

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‘Nollywood Actors Sleep With Sugar Mummies To Live Big’ — Uche Maduagwu

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Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu, who is well known for attacking celebrities on Instagram, has claimed that majority of actors in Nollywood sleep with sugar mummies to live big.

Going further, Uche asserted that there’s no money in the movie industry and the only way for the actors to keep up is to sleep around for money.

He wrote;

“#Nollywood actors sleep with sugar mummy to live big. #Truth is, there is no money in this movie industry, everyone is just packaging. I get up to twenty nude pictures from wealthy sugar mummies on a daily basis, asking to date me and for sex, but as the biggest actor in Naija that has ever gotten the attention of @chrissyteigen in #Hollywood, I have made up my mind never to sleep with a married woman for money.

I don’t want to mention names but more than 85% of popular male actors in our movie industry sleep with rich sugar mummies in Lagos and Abuja to maintain their affluent lifestyles. There is a particular actor in this industry that has even slept with his girlfriend’s mum – all because of money.”

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Actress Funke Akindele And Siblings Refuse To Attend Father’s Burial

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Nigerian actress Funke Akindele and her siblings have been called out by the Bishop of Methodist Church Nigeria, Diocese of Ikorodu, Rt. Rev Samson Osundina, after they refused to attend their father’s burial rite in Ikorodu on January 17, 2020.

Reports have it that their dad, Very Revd. Godwin Olusoji Akindele, was buried on Friday after he died on Saturday, December 7, 2019, aged 73, but his children were conspicuously absent at his Service of Songs.

While delivering the burial sermon, Rev. Osundina thanked the children for taking care of their father during the times when he was ill, but stressed the fact that paying him the last respect as children was very important and significant.

He enjoined them to retrace their steps by making amends wherever necessary. He then suspended the usual outing and thanksgiving service which are final programs in Christian burial, till the deceased’s children are available to attend.

Some Nigerians also didn’t waste time to lampoon Funke Akindele for neglecting her father’s burial.

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Meanwhile, Funke Akindele and her friends are enjoying life in Dubai at the moment.

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