The actors came together for a movie currently in the making and titled ‘Yoruba Demons’.The photos were shared on Instagram by Jim Iyke to his followers.
Yoruba Demon is a term used to describes a guy – married or single – who still plays around with numerous women, married or single. His signature attire is agbada.
Whatsapp has brought many families together and serves as a medium through which members can hold meetings and update one another on personal or family issues. The royal family is not left out as it has been revealed by an in-law to the Queen of England who happens to be in about 25,000 groups.
In an interview with The Mirror, former rugby player Mike Tindall, who is married to Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Zara Tindall, explained that he and a few members of the Royal household have a group WhatsApp and the members of the group are afraid to leave the group lest they come off as rude.
He said: "Me, my brother and then a few of Zara’s side like her brother Pete and the cousins are on WhatsApp groups. I wouldn’t say we’re cutting edge, but it’s just easier for some reason on WhatsApp."
Mike lamented: "I’m in about 25,000 groups. You...
Khalla Nguyen, 24, consistently dreamt about death and posted about it on social media before she died days after. She lost her life in a car crash.
She died early Saturday morning in a vicious car crash in Jersey City, N.J. She was sitting at the backseat in a car driven by her friend Khadija Hamilton, 27, when the 2000 Honda Accord slammed into a metal barrier. After the crash which happened at about 3 am near Seventh Street, Hamilton, who was unlicensed, fled the scene. She surrendered to authorities with her attorney at about noon on Sunday, officials said.
The Hudson County Regional Fatal Collision Unit is investigating the crash and is asking witnesses to come forward with any further information.
Here is Khalia Kush post she shared last week that makes people believe she foresaw her death.
“If I wasn’t successful, famous, somewhat good-looking, will you still love me?” – RMD pens inspiring message
Veteran Nollywood actor, Richard Mofe Damijo aka RMD, has taken to his Instagram page to share a motivational piece with his followers and asked if they would still love his person if he wasn’t as rich and famous as he is today.
He further admonished his fellow celebrities, urging them to over look their huge followers on social media and be humble as their followers won’t follow them to the grave when it’s time.
Here is what Richard Mofe Damijo wrote below...
“If I wasn’t the six foot and some more, successful, famous, somewhat good-looking RMD, will you still love me?
If not for the level of fame I have achieved and the success tied to my brand will you still scream my name?
If I was a middle-aged, gray bearded, emaciated applicant hoping to be your driver, will you give me a second look?
If I was a half...