Nollywood actress, Opeyemi Aiyeola shared lovely pictures of herself on
her social media page as she celebrates her 40th birthday on Tuesday.
The pretty mother of two took to her instagram page to share beautiful pictures of herself and wrote;
Ok guys, introducing the latest 40fied babe @olasexcy
Aiyeola who has left the shores of Nigeria for the United Kingdom, has
been spending more of her time raising her family and has rarely graced
any movie location in recent times.
The pretty actress got married to her hubby, Olayiwola Owolomose back in 2007 and now a proud mother of two beautiful children.
34 years old rapper, Nicki Minaj, looked drop dead gorgeous at the 2017 MTV
Video Music Awards on Aug. 27, with one tiny exception: her camel toe.
The singer donned a form-fitting bubble gum pink two-piece latex outfit
that gave fans a good look at her awkward wardrobe malfunction. .
was totally appalled when she saw the pics of how she looked, but soon
relaxed when she realized the hilarity of the situation. “Nicki is
embarrassed by her major camel toe at the VMAs,” an insider told
“She had no idea it
would be that obvious until she was under the lights and camera and by
that time it was too late. Her phone was blowing up all night afterward
with friends teasing her. After the embarrassment quickly wore...
Reacting to Tasha Cobb's featuring Nicki Minaj in new music (HERE), Mount Zion Films' Mike Bamiloye's daughter, Oluwadara, has come for gospel artists who do music collabo with secular musicians!
According to the fast rising spoken words artist, the act is a fallacy and it's misleading! She wrote:
This has been on my mind for a while now. (Family, Repost if you agree) LET'S GET THE TRUTH OUT!
THE COLLABORATION OF GOSPEL AND SECULAR MUSIC ARTISTES
reoccurence of gospel artistes collaborating with secular artistes with
the excuse of bringing them into the church. Actually its a Fallacy. A
misleading. Gospel songs are produced for the glorification of the
Kingdom of God. It is a spiritual issue, a weapon God uses to contend
for the hearts and minds of...
The decision by Joint Admissions and
Matriculation Board [JAMB] to drastically reduce the cut off mark of students
seeking University admission continues to generate more reactions from
Senator Ben Bruce is the latest to react to it and he had some very strong words as he tweeted,
'It is silly for JAMBHQ to say they reduced cut off marks to stop Nigerians going abroad. Only Increased education funding will stop that'.
His tweets below…