Aww, Tunji Balogun finally reacts to the marital crisis report

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After keeping mum for almost a week, Tunji Balogun has now spoken – he wants everyone to know that despite all the marital crisis, Tiwa Savage is his woman crush :).’

He has just put up a photo of his wife, Tiwa Savage,  on Instagram as part of #WCW, or “Woman Crush Wednesday” –
where Instagram users post pictures of women they have crushes on.

Tiwa Savage also reciprocated the act with a “All Day Everyday” comment.
Thank God the issues are gradually bn resolved…good for ’em, whoop!


Peter Okoye fell off stage while performing last night (photos)

Peter Okoye fell off stage

So while the Psquare brothers were performing at the Beat 99.9 FM's Triple 9 Concert last night at the Landmark Event Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, Peter Okoye fell off the stage.

The Pop duo were performing 'Bring it on', a song off their new album 'Double Trouble' when Peter Okoye apparently stepped too close to the centre edge of the five-foot elevated stage and fell off. He tumbled and landed on the floor, hitting his back against the protective metal barricades used to shield fans from the stage.

See photos below:

fell off on stage and it wasn't funny... Like we said" keep ur head up
high and...


Ini Edo no longer wears her wedding ring, see her last ‘love’ message to hubby

Ini Edo no longer wears her wedding ring,

Ini Edo now steps out without her wedding ring as seen in her recent photos on Instagram. Also, she has removed her husband's name from her social media accounts - she has further removed the 'wife; title from her social media bio which used to
read - actress and wife. Meanwhile, Ini Edo had in February - valentine's day - gushed about her husband and their love. Read the sweet message below:

Happy valentine to all of u who believe in love, found love, or lost love. love is all dat matters.

I love u all, my fans whom without them, I wouldn't be here, my friends n
family for their constant...


First Ebola case diagnosed in US

The United States has its first confirmed case of Ebola, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced today.

According to the Associated Press, a patient arrived at the Dallas hospital on Monday with possible Ebola
symptoms and recent travel history to West Africa. The patient was being kept in isolation until the CDC could confirm the diagnosis.

In early September, four U.S. aid workers treating the outbreak in Africa were diagnosed there, and transported back to the U.S. for treatment after falling ill. This case, however, is the first known in which a citizen fell ill and was diagnosed domestically.

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