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Friday, January 19, 2018

Big Brother Naija Announces Return Of Ex-Housemates

Big Brother Naija announces return of ex-housemates

All the juicy gist, and some extra
unresolved drama Organizers of Big Brother Naija reality show has announced return of ex-housemates.

This was disclosed in a statement by the host of BBN Ebuka Obi-Uchendu’s on his social media page.


Ebuka said the ex housemates will be back on a show to run from January 22nd to Saturday, January 27th on DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29.

“For the first time ever in Big Brother history here, we’re bringing back the housemates (from #BBNaija #SeeGobe)for a reunion show.


“Find out what your favourite ex
housemates from last season think about their time on the show, how they feel about each other today and their plans for the future.


“They’ll be seating here with me every night at 9:30pm (West African time) from Monday, January 22nd to Saturday,
January 27th on DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29.


Trust me, even I wasn’t ready for the fire they brought.”


Big Brother Naija is just few days away and of course, some fans still can’t get over the moments from the last season.


Just before the start of an action packed season which is set to commence on the 28th of January, there is a show put together that brings you a recap of major events from the last season.


From the dramatic entrance of Debbie Rise, to the fights between the house mates, to Thin Thall Thony’s naked plea,and of course, Uriel’s Diary Session.

Make it a date by 9:30pm from the 18th to the 26th of January 2018.

You also get to hear from the horse’s mouth, all that the housemates have been up to after the show.

Big Brother Naija announces return of ex-housemates


Meanwhile, Gifty has revealed she likes to be back in the Big Brother reality show, that if she is been asked to make a wish she will chose to go back to the house.

She had this to say:
“I crazily missed being in the Big Brother Reality Show.

If I’m to make a wish, it’s definitely gonna be going back
to the house, even if na to be fake
housemates joo, me no get shame ooo cuz as i don talk my own, make God hear persin prayers.”
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Friday, January 19, 2018

Barack Obama’s Birthday Gift And Message To Wife Michelle Will Make You Swoon

Barack Obama’s birthday gift and message to wife Michelle will make you swoon


Michelle Obama celebrated her 54th birthday with flowers from Barack Obama.


Former first lady Michelle Obama turned 54 today, celebrating her first birthday in Washington, D.C., since leaving the White House.


She started the day with flowers and a card, addressed “Miche,” from her husband, former President Barack Obama.

“Thank you @BarackObama for the
beautiful flowers waiting for me in the office this morning.

You’re my best friend, biggest fan, and getting notes and flowers from you will never get old,”
she posted on Instagram.


She also thanked the people from
“around the country” who had wished her well on her birthday.
“You have no idea how much we love hearing from you.

I know birthdays can sometimes be bittersweet (54!), but your messages of hope, generosity, and
warmth have always reminded me how lucky and blessed we are,”
she wrote.


In years past, the Obamas have been seen at D.C. restaurants to celebrate Michelle Obama’s birthday, but plans for the former first lady’s 54th were not announced.


The former president, 56, has never disguised his affection for his wife, the mother of their two daughters and his partner since their days on the South Side of Chicago.

“You’re not only my wife and the mother of my children, you’re my best friend.

I love your strength, your grace,
and your determination.
And I love you more each day. Happy Birthday,
@MichelleObama,”
he wrote beneath a photo of the two on a couch, dressed in
matching hues.

Barack Obama’s birthday gift and message to wife Michelle will make you swoon

Another birthday gift came from the Philadelphia Eagles’ Chris Long, who released a video to promote Michelle Obama’s efforts to get students to fill out the FAFSA, or Free Application for Student Aid, a college aid form.

Long also donated his entire season’s salary to fund educational opportunities in the
three cities where he’s played for the NFL: Philadelphia, Boston and St. Louis.

Since leaving office, the Obamas have laid low politically.
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Friday, January 19, 2018

Man Wears All His Clothes At The Airport To Avoid British Airways Luggage Fees

Man wears all his clothes at the airport to avoid British Airways luggage fees

Ryan Carney Willaims was stopped from boarding on a British Airways flight as he decided to wear all his extra clothes.


Ryan Carney Williams is a man who tried to avoid British Airways excess luggage fee by wearing all his clothing.

He was however arrested – for wearing an excessive amount of clothing.


According to Metro UK, Ryan Carney Williams was allegedly denied a boarding pass at the BA desk for his flight from Iceland to England after he wore all the extra clothing that would not fit into his luggage.


In a tweet he posted on twitter and showing his anger at the airline, he said:
‘@British_Airways hi being held at Iceland Keflavik airport because I had no baggage put all the clothes on and they
still won’t let me on.
Racial profiling?
Or…..’


Video footage showed him requesting from the airline employees why they would deny him from boarding.

Airline staff can be heard saying ‘do we need to call the police?’ to which he replies ‘yes, if needs be.

I haven’t done anything wrong.’

According to British Airways, Williams was being rude so they decided not to give him any attention, but when it was
obvious he wasn’t ready to leave the desk, they had to call on security guards.


In a later tweet, Williams said he was arrested, sprayed with mace and held on the ground when he refused to leave.


After giving a statement to police, he returned to the airport the next day to get an EasyJet flight, but once he’d gone through security, he claims he was
stopped from getting on the plane again.

He tweeted:
‘And AGAIN! Refused from 2 flights in 2 days for no valid reason.’


He claims he was stuck at Iceland
airport with no money and his luggage already on the plane to England without him.

He eventually boarded a Norwegian flight back home and was allegedly refunded the price of his flights from BA
and easyJet.

A spokesperson for British Airways says:
‘We give our customers a wide range of
fares to choose from to meet their
needs.

‘Our hand baggage only fares from Iceland are as low as £47 each way, and are designed for customers who are travelling without any hold baggage.


‘We do understand that our customers’ plans can change so they can choose to pay a fee at the airport if they need an extra bag.

‘We explained our policy to our
customer, and offered him an
alternative flight to London.’

A spokesperson for easyJet says:
‘The Captain and the ground crew were concerned about reports from the previous day so we provided a refund
and he travelled with another airline.’
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Friday, January 19, 2018

Woman With No Arms Who Flies Aeroplane With Her Legs

Woman With No Arms Who Flies Aeroplane With Her Legs


A determined woman has made history by becoming the world's first licensed armless pilot as she can fly a plane with her legs.


Ms Jessica Cox, from Tuscon, Arizona, USA, is also a former dancer and double black belt
in Tai Kwon-Do.


She is the world's first licensed armless pilot, as well as the first armless black-belt holder in the American Taekwondo Association.


She was born in Arizona without arms due to a rare birth defect.


Jessica Cox graduated from the University of Arizona in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in psychology and a minor in communications.


Jessica Cox suffered a rare
birth defect and was born without any arms.


The psychology graduate can write, type,drive a car, brush her hair and talk on her phone simply using her feet.


Cox flew in a single engine airplane for the first time via Wright Flight in 2005.

Cox earned her pilot's certificate on October 10,2008, after three years of training, and is qualified to fly a light-sport aircraft to
altitudes of 10,000 feet.

She received her flight training through an Able Flight scholarship and soloed under the instruction of Parrish Traweek.


At the age of 10, Cox began training in taekwondo at a school in her home town of Sierra Vista.

At 14, she earned her first
black belt.

While in college at the University
of Arizona Cox restarted her taekwondo training at an American Taekwondo Association club on campus.


In an effort to help future students without the use of arms the instructors created an entire training curriculum by modifying the standard material from the ATA.

"I never say, 'I can't do that'.
I just say, 'I haven't worked it out yet,'"
said Jessica.

"Putting my hair in a pony tail and rock climbing are still on my list.

Those rubber hair ties get me every time."


She explained "I was born this way so I've just learned to adapt."


"When I was born my parents were shocked.
But they never made me feel like I
was any different.


"Other people always stared at me or made comments but I turned negative feelings into something positive.

It's made me very driven."



The only thing she was afraid of was flying.

She said:
"I've been terrified and fascinated of flying for as long as I can remember.


"I remember at school I couldn't go on the swings or monkey bars because they were impossible for me to play on.


"I used to shut my eyes and imagine myself flying over the playground like Superwoman instead."

She grew up worried every time she had be an aeroplane passenger.


But three years ago she was given the chance to overcome her fears.


She said:
"A fighter pilot, who represents the charity Wright Flight asked me if I'd like
to try flying one myself.


"At first I thought he was nuts. I would have been scared enough if I had arms, let alone without them.


"But he kept insisting I would love it and so I started to see it as the ultimate challenge."


She learned to fly in rudderless light Ercoupe aircraft, where you only need your hands to control it rather than both hands and feet.


She took three years instead of the usual six months to complete her lightweight aircraft licence, had three flying instructors and
practiced 89 hours of flying.


She said:
"The first time my instructor let me take the controls I remember being terrified but I was hooked immediately.


"Most people were encouraging - but some thought I was taking a dangerous risk.

I had to be very determined and persistent.


"It took me three hard years to complete -but it is the most fantastic feeling in the world.


Ms Cox is now training to become an instructor - so she can help other disabled people learn to fly.

Woman With No Arms Who Flies Aeroplane With Her Legs

Woman With No Arms Who Flies Aeroplane With Her Legs


"There are so many ways that disabilities can make people believe that they 'can't'
achieve their dreams,"
said Jessica, who has not used artificial arms since she was 13.


"But I'm evidence that you can."
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Friday, January 19, 2018

Woman With No Arms Who Flies Aeroplane With Her Legs

Woman With No Arms Who Flies Aeroplane With Her Legs


A determined woman has made history by becoming the world's first licensed armless pilot as she can fly a plane with her legs.


Ms Jessica Cox, from Tuscon, Arizona, USA, is also a former dancer and double black belt
in Tai Kwon-Do.


She is the world's first licensed armless pilot, as well as the first armless black-belt holder in the American Taekwondo Association.


She was born in Arizona without arms due to a rare birth defect.


Jessica Cox graduated from the University of Arizona in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in psychology and a minor in communications.


Jessica Cox suffered a rare
birth defect and was born without any arms.


The psychology graduate can write, type,drive a car, brush her hair and talk on her phone simply using her feet.


Cox flew in a single engine airplane for the first time via Wright Flight in 2005.

Cox earned her pilot's certificate on October 10,2008, after three years of training, and is qualified to fly a light-sport aircraft to
altitudes of 10,000 feet.

She received her flight training through an Able Flight scholarship and soloed under the instruction of Parrish Traweek.


At the age of 10, Cox began training in taekwondo at a school in her home town of Sierra Vista.

At 14, she earned her first
black belt.

While in college at the University
of Arizona Cox restarted her taekwondo training at an American Taekwondo Association club on campus.


In an effort to help future students without the use of arms the instructors created an entire training curriculum by modifying the standard material from the ATA.

"I never say, 'I can't do that'.
I just say, 'I haven't worked it out yet,'"
said Jessica.

"Putting my hair in a pony tail and rock climbing are still on my list.

Those rubber hair ties get me every time."


She explained "I was born this way so I've just learned to adapt."


"When I was born my parents were shocked.
But they never made me feel like I
was any different.


"Other people always stared at me or made comments but I turned negative feelings into something positive.

It's made me very driven."



The only thing she was afraid of was flying.

She said:
"I've been terrified and fascinated of flying for as long as I can remember.


"I remember at school I couldn't go on the swings or monkey bars because they were impossible for me to play on.


"I used to shut my eyes and imagine myself flying over the playground like Superwoman instead."

She grew up worried every time she had be an aeroplane passenger.


But three years ago she was given the chance to overcome her fears.


She said:
"A fighter pilot, who represents the charity Wright Flight asked me if I'd like
to try flying one myself.


"At first I thought he was nuts. I would have been scared enough if I had arms, let alone without them.


"But he kept insisting I would love it and so I started to see it as the ultimate challenge."


She learned to fly in rudderless light Ercoupe aircraft, where you only need your hands to control it rather than both hands and feet.


She took three years instead of the usual six months to complete her lightweight aircraft licence, had three flying instructors and
practiced 89 hours of flying.


She said:
"The first time my instructor let me take the controls I remember being terrified but I was hooked immediately.


"Most people were encouraging - but some thought I was taking a dangerous risk.

I had to be very determined and persistent.


"It took me three hard years to complete -but it is the most fantastic feeling in the world.


Ms Cox is now training to become an instructor - so she can help other disabled people learn to fly.

Woman With No Arms Who Flies Aeroplane With Her Legs

Woman With No Arms Who Flies Aeroplane With Her Legs


"There are so many ways that disabilities can make people believe that they 'can't'
achieve their dreams,"
said Jessica, who has not used artificial arms since she was 13.


"But I'm evidence that you can."
Read More »

Friday, January 19, 2018

Rape Survivor Shares Completely Naked Photos Of Herself

Rape Survivor Shares
Completely Naked Photos Of Herself

A 25-year-old woman who has suffered sexual abuse ever since she was 13 years old has decided to reclaim her body and take back her dignity by sharing naked photos of herself.


At 13, a family member tried to sexually assault Suzie Larson.

The person also talked ‘graphically’ about her body and later tried to rape her.

Suzie managed to make it through the ordeal but she said
it left a lot of scars, all on the inside.

Over the next six years, the woman who is from Georgia was raped by three different men.

This resulted in low self-esteem and caused her to develop an
eating disorder as well as suicidal
thoughts from the age of 15.


Now she’s decided to reclaim her body for herself and boost her confidence by posting naked on social media.

Rape Survivor Shares
Completely Naked Photos Of Herself

Suszie says:
"I began therapy and started learning words for my abuse.

It hurt because I’d kept it in my whole life,then suddenly everything was inside out.

"I began feeling stronger, I decided to come out to family and friends about my abuse.

It was a very hard decision
because I didn’t know how everyone would react, but I wanted them to know the real me.

"From there I think I began to have the confidence to reclaim my body.

Showing my body, whether nude or clothed, is a way of releasing it from the pain and shame.


"I believe women deserve to be able to feel worthy, beautiful, strong and loved.


No matter what size you are, you
deserve to love your body exactly how it is.

Embracing the little imperfections as parts of yourself is something that makes you uniquely you."

See her naked photos below.

Rape Survivor Shares
Completely Naked Photos Of Herself

Rape Survivor Shares
Completely Naked Photos Of Herself

Rape Survivor Shares
Completely Naked Photos Of Herself
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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Trump's Fake News Awards 2017 released

Trump

The much anticipated Fake News Award 2017 by US President Donald J. Trump has been released.

Trump released the award yesterday, January 17th on the
GOP website which crashed almost immediately, due to the unexpected high traffic the site had.


A short time later, the site was back up.


According to the GOP site:
"2017 was a year of unrelenting bias, unfair news coverage, and even downright fake news.

Studies have shown that over 90% of the media’s coverage of President Trump is negative".

Below are the winners of the 2017 Fake News Awards.

1. The New York Times’ Paul Krugman.

2. ABC News' Brian Ross

3. CNN

4. TIME magazine

5. Washington Post

6. CNN again.

"When they, according to the president, falsely accused him of overfeeding fish during a visit with the Japanese prime minister".

7. CNN: "When they falsely reported about Anthony Scaramucci’s meeting with a Russian, but retracted it due to a
“significant breakdown in process.”

8. Newsweek

9. CNN: When they 'falsely reported that former FBI Director James Comey would dispute President Trump’s claim that he
was told he is not under investigation'.

10. The New York Times

11. "And last, but not least: "RUSSIA COLLUSION!" Russian collusion is perhaps the greatest hoax perpetrated on the American people.

THERE IS NO COLLUSION!"
Click here to read the full article
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Thursday, January 18, 2018

My Way’s Of Life Is Not Your Business – Bobrisky Blast Davido (Video)

My Way’s Of Life Is Not Your Business – Bobrisky Blast Davido(Video)

Due To Davido’s Reaction Toward The Video OfBobriskyTwerking for a popular show promoter Kogbagidi.

The Male Barbie Reacted to it in a new video that surface online The
controversial socialite clapped back at the singer, telling him that they way he chooses to live his life is nobody’s business.

Bobrisky replies Davido over his disapproval of his bromance with "fellow promoter", Kogbagidi.
#PulseViral #PulseNigeria
#PulseCelebs


A post shared by Pulse NG (@pulsenigeria247) onJan 18, 2018 at 1:20am PST
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Thursday, January 18, 2018

I Have Made More Money Floating My Own Label – Lil Kesh

I have made more money floating my own label – Lil Kesh

Keshinro Ololade also known as Lil Kesh says he has released more hit songs and made more money with YAGI than when he was at YBNL.


Nigerian singer, Lil Kesh has opened up that he has been able to prove critics wrong with his decision to leave YBNL,by releasing hit songs and making more money since floating his own label, YAGI– Young And Getting It.


While under YBNL, the record label owned by popular rapper, Olamide, Lil Kesh, was able to create a name for himself and released a host of hit songs,
back to back.

Songs like “Shoki”, “Efejoku” and “Gbese”, took over and rocked the Nigerian music space in those years.

Under YAGI, Lil Kesh has released other certified club bangers like the Young John produced “Bend Down Select”, “No Fake Love”, “Shele Gan Gan” and “Rora”.


Speaking on his life after YBNL, Lil Kesh revealed that the decision he made to leave his former record label was the right one and he has never regretted doing that.

He said:
“I was not scared when I took the step
to leave Olamide’s record label”, he said.

“I am never scared; I just knew it was the right move, so I was never scared.


So far, I think the steps have helped me more as a person and as a brand.

For one, I am a better person mentally and right now, I am not an instrument for the growth of someone’s business.


Instead, I am instrumental to my own growth”.


Lil Kesh also added that he has been able to make more money with his new record label.


In his words;
“Looking at the financial side as well, it
was a good step.

I cannot say I would reap what I have sown immediately, but
every move I make now is to ensure I have a brighter future.

I am doing all this for the future.

When I announced that I left Olamide’s record label, some
people were skeptical, but I proved them wrong by releasing hit songs.

To me, there was no option of failure; it was a win-win situation.

That was my strength and my fans have been so amazing in motivating me.

Thanks to my fans. With little effort, the results have always been amazing”.


Life as a label owner compared to when I was under a record label is good, but I have more responsibilities now.

Life is a bit tougher now because of the responsibilities; it depicts growth and leaving YBNL was a very big step in my life”.
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