Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has just released some photos from her 40th birthday photoshoot.
Recall that the multi award-winning actress, plans to celebrate her 40th birthday with a five-day event, from February 7 to 11.
The week-long event will begin with a widows and orphan birthday outreach.
This, she says, will be followed by a couple’s retreat, a renaissance trip to trace the beginning of slavery and a symposium with the theme “Mental Slavery and The Emancipation Of The Black Race.
“The climax will be an Omotola grand ball to be held in Lagos,” she said.
Omotola got married to Capt. Matthew Ekeinde in 1996, and they have 4 children; M.J. Ekeinde, Micheal Ekeinde, Princess Ekeinde and Meraiah.
A woman shared her chats she had with her yet-to-be -husband on Twitter and social media users have made it go viral.
The content of their conversation made the chat so unique and special.The woman and her man chatted about what bible verse they read that day and explained it to each other.
Of course many found it lovely and a recipe for a successful relationship! God first you know...
Actress and single mum of one, Bimbo Thomas, who has been off the social scene for some time now is now back in Nigeria.
She was sighted a few weeks ago at Fuji star, Pasuma’s 50th birthday and had this chat with City people.
What are you wearing?
Are you also into fashion?
Yes, I have a fabric store called Bimbally Fabrics and I have been doing it for about 2 years now.
Why haven’t you made it known to public?
Well, it is because I have been going back and forth, shuttling between Nigeria and the United States. I have been away for a while. I have been to the United States, (US), but now I am back .
You seem to have shed weight, what is the secret?
It is my son, who has made me to lose weight. All I did was to maintain it. So,...
The People's Republic of China (PRC) has officially banned Hip-Hop Culture and Tattoos From Television.
The report which emanated from Sina, a Chinese news outlet, says, the country’s media regulator — the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television of the People’s Republic of China (SAPPRFT) — now “specifically requires that programs should not feature actors with tattoos [or depict] hip hop culture, sub-culture (non-mainstream culture) and dispirited culture (decadent culture).
The ban outlined the four 'don't' rule in their media scenes:
Absolutely do not use actors whose heart and morality are not aligned with the party and whose morality is not noble
Absolutely do not use actors who are tasteless, vulgar and obscene
Absolutely do not use actors whose ideological level is low and have no class
Absolutely do not use actors with stains, scandals and problematic moral integrity
The ban follows the removal...