So everyone is talking about this Drama!
It all started when Amber Rose, who used to famously date Kim Kardashian‘s current husband Kanye West, got candid in a recent radio interview, expressing her thoughts on Kylie Jenner (Kim Kardashian’s sister).
Jenner, 17, is rumored to be dating rapper Tyga. Tyga, 25, is the ex of Rose’s pal Blac Chyna with
whom she shares a child. When asked on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club
what she thought of Jenner and Tyga’s relationship, Rose, 31, replied,
“She’s a baby, she needs to go to bed at 7 o’clock and relax. That’s
ridiculous. [Tyga] should be ashamed of himself. For sure. He has a
beautiful woman and a baby and left that for a 16-year-old who just
One person who did not take kindly to the comments was Kylie’s older half-sister Khloe Kardashian. The reality star, 30, took to Twitter to give Rose a piece of her mind.
“’I was a stripper since I was 15 years old,’ Amber Rose told Foxx.
Please don’t worry about my sister who has a career & her s–t
together at ONLY 17 people who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw
stones,” Kardashian tweeted, making note of Rose’s past as a stripper. “Please stop talking about us in interviews mama. None of us talk about you.”
Khloe went on to clarify to
one follower that she has no problem with Rose’s work as a stripper,
but resents her telling her sister she should be in bed by 7 p.m. when
she had less conservative teenage years.
“We get asked questions about people all the time and my sisters and I always take the high road and don’t answer,” she continued.
“Truth is we don’t know these people. I don’t know Amber so why would I
comment on her. I’m not going to comment on someone I don’t know.
That’s unfair. We all hear things via social media or blogs but I would
only want to comment on someone if I actually knew them and or had my
own personal history with them. I would think others would want the same
respect.3 sides to EVERY story. His, hers and the truth. I’m not
passing judgment but I wish others would do the same until they have
Rose quickly shot back on Twitter, writing “@khloekardashian I’m
happy u brought up the fact that I was a stripper at 15…I’ll be that lil
whore to support my family like ur older sister is a whore 2 support
hers. We’re even #MuvaGivesFacts #DontPanic.”
Who’s side are you on- Amber or Khloe?
So, last night it was revealed that the naira lost N4 to
the dollar to sell at N213 at the black market and N210 at the Bureau De
Change (BDCs) segment of the official market....and guess what, some Nigerians are happy about it.
A young man in his early 20s said "Omo, this is good, this is the best time for my peeps abroad to send me money, walahi, having 200 dollars now is enough to buy me a second hand car ' ...even a few others I know who have got relatives abroad, feel the same way.
A dealer, who preferred
anonymity, told NAN that the depreciation might not be unconnected with
the closure of trading at the interbank market by the Central Bank of
The dealer also said that the CBN’s decision, which was meant to control
president Goodluck Jonathan is insisting he didn't partake in the
postponement of the General elections, the United States-based New York
Times thinks otherwise.
In the editorial of its Monday edition titled, “Nigeria’s Miserable Choices”,
it opined that the postponement of the elections by the Independent
National Electoral Commission was orchestrated by President Goodluck
Jonathan to frustrate Maj. Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) of the All
See excerpts below:
argument to delay the vote might be more credible if President Goodluck
Jonathan’s government had not spent much of the past year playing down
the threat posed by the militants and if there were a reasonable
expectation that the country’s weak military has the ability to improve
security in a matter of weeks.
“It appears more likely
that Mr. Jonathan...
the season of the African star Apple commonly known as agbalumo
"Yoruba", Udala/Udara "Igbo" or cherry in Nigeria. On my recent visit to
the local market, i noticed a crowd selecting fresh udara fruits from
baskets and i couldn't help but join in the fenzy. To me, a large crowd
simply meant the fruits were ripe and sweet. The vendors also don't
waste time in trying to lure you into buying as they usually give out
free fruit samples to prospective buyers once you come around. Back in