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‘Someone Should Tell Me When Jesus Is Coming So I Can Quickly Remove My Wig, Eyelashes and Nails’ — Bobrisky

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Controversial Nigerian cross-dresser Idris Olanrewaju Okuneye popularly known as Bobrisky has asked his followers to tell him when Jesus Christ is coming so he can ‘factory reset’.

The make barbie made a post on Instagram asking followers to tell him when Jesus Christ is coming because he has heard of His coming but doesn’t know when exactly that will be.

Adding that he wants to know exactly when Jesus Christ will come so he can take off his wig, eyelashes and nails before Christ comes.

He posted “I was told Jesus is coming soon….. can someone tell me when so I can quickly remove my wig, eyelashes and nails”

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BREAKING: Music Legend, Majek Fashek Is Dead

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Legendary Nigerian singer, songwriter and guitarist, Majekodunmi Fasheke popularly known as Majek Fashek, has died.

According to reports, the “Send Down the Rain” crooner, aged 57 died in a hospital in New York on Monday June 1. Our sources are yet to confirm the cause of his death.

He was born in Benin City to an Edo mother and a Ijesha father, but identifies with his Benin roots.

In the early eighties Fashek, who at the time went by the stage name Rajesh Kanal, joined the group Jastix with McRoy Gregg, and Drummer Black ‘Rice. They were best known as the in-house band on the show Music Panorama on NTA Benin, and toured with fellow reggae group The Mandators.

In 1988, shortly after Jastix disbanded Fashek, who now used the name Majek Fashek, signed with Tabansi Records and began a solo career by releasing the album Prisoner of Conscience and quickly became Nigeria’s top reggae artist after the song “Send Down The Rain” became the most popular song of the year, and in 1989 he won six PMAN awards for “Song of the Year”, “Album of the Year”, and “Reggae Artist of the Year” among others.

Fashek was married to Rita Fashek who inspired the song “Without You”; the couple had four children together, but have since divorced. In 2015, it was revealed that Fashek was bankrupt and battling drug addiction. After admitting that he needed help, he was admitted into a drug rehabilitation centre in Abuja, but has since recovered, and returned to music.

Besides his struggle with drug addiction, other health conditions required his hospitalization on several occasions. He was rumored dead in September 2019 but his manager quelled the rumors, confirming that Majek had indeed been critically ill, hospitalized at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, England, and in dire need of financial assistance

The ‘rain maker’ as he his fondly called has has worked with various artists worldwide including Tracy Chapman, Jimmy Cliff, Michael Jackson, Snoop Dogg, and Beyoncé.

Majek’s life and work are still prominently celebrated by Nigerian music fans and beyond. His legacy of excellence in music and worldwide impact through instrumentation will live imminently.

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Buhari And Trump Are Clueless; Only Difference Is One Knows How To Use Twitter Than The Other — Wizkid

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Nigerian singer, Ibrahim Ayo Balogun popularly known as Wizkid, says President Muhammadu Buhari and Donald Trump, his US counterpart, are clueless.

In a post on his social media page, the music superstar said the only difference between the two is Trump’s ability to use Twitter than Buhari.

The ‘Ojuelegba’ crooner’s comment comes against the backdrop of the recent cases of extra-judicial killings by the police in the two countries.

George Floyd, a black man was recently killed in the US by an officer of the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD).

Floyd’s death came amid dusts over the alleged killing of Tina, a 16-year-old girl, at Iyana Oworo area of Lagos, by an officer of the Nigerian police.

The two incidents had sparked outrage in Nigeria and across the world with many taking to social media platforms to vent their spleen while demanding for justice.

Joining the fray, Wizkid took to his Twitter page to condemn the spate at which police officers are killing unarmed citizens.

“Police is kill black Americans and Nigerian police kill Nigerians. No man can sort this matter. God save us,” he had written on Saturday.

In a follow-up post on Monday, the award-winning singer said the inability of the two leaders to contain the killing of innocent citizens by security operatives was indicative of how “clueless” both of them are.

“Buhari and Trump are same person. Lol. The one difference between them is that one knows how to use Twitter than the other. Clueless!,” Wizkid wrote in a mixture of Pidgin and English.

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#WeAreTired Of Senseless Killings, Girls Getting Raped, Boys Killed By SARS — Tiwa Savage Calls On Nigerians To Speak Up

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Popular Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, started a hashtag on social media, #WeAreTired to encourage Nigerians to speak up about the senseless killings, rape, Police brutality and other frustrations faced in Nigeria.

Tiwa Savage started the #WeAreTired on Twitter, talking about how Nigerians are still facing the same thing our parents, grand parents, great grand parents have been saying about Nigeria.

She wrote;

I’ve heard so many times how hospitals in naija refuse to treat emergency patients because they didn’t come with police report. Is this actually the law?

2020, this is 2020 Nigeria and WE STILL DONT HAVE CONSTANT ELECTRICITY. Jesus Christ …

Even a zoo is cleaner and better than police barracks and we wonder why policemen are collecting bribes out there rather than protecting us.

#WeAreTired of saying the same thing our parents, grand parents, great grand parents have been saying about Nigeria

#WeAreTired of senseless killings, lorries falling on road and killing passengers, ACs catching fire and burning houses, young girls getting raped, young boys killed by SARZ, no jobs for graduates, please add your own frustration because my list is long

Drag me all you want but I started this hashtag and maybe it will get noticed by others n then maybe it becomes something bigger that will make a change whether big or small but point is I started something #WeAreTired.

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