A new painting of popular American rapper, Cardi B has been unveiled by an international artist, in Brooklyn, Jesse Jumanji however, Nigerians can’t keep calm owing to the striking resemblance between the portrait and popular Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh
Though the actress is yet to react to the reports of the portrait, Cardi B who shared the news of her painting is excited by the artist’s hand work and captioned the photo;
Wow i can’t believe this ❤❤❤I feel soooo honored.I Hurd this is in Brooklyn !Imma need the location so i can pull up and take a pic !!……They gave me lip injections tooo aaaooooowwwwww���� Artist @jessijumanji
Check out the painting. Do you spot any resemblance?
Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo has been referred to as a disgrace to Christianity by a lady on Instagram following his social media rant about an Abuja pastor whose name he is yet to mention.
Few days ago, Timi Dakolo called out a certain Abuja pastor with claims that he sleeps with teenage virgin girls and should be in jail.
”Your Abuja pastor you people are shouting mentor and praising everywhere should be in jail. The amount of pain and ruins he has left innocent girls in. Forcefully taking away their innocence even in their teenage years. Forever leaving a deep dent in their soul..Man of which God?”
In another post which can be seen here, Timi Dakolo appeared to...
Gospel singer, Tope Alabi's second daughter, Deborah is 15 today and her mother has just shared some photos in her honor.
She also wrote this prayer for her.
"Happy birthday to my little [email protected], Deborah Alabi. I bless God for your life and I pray that the hand of God will continually be on you. You will fulfill your destiny on earth and God's mercy and favour will speak for you at any point you find yourself on earth in Jesus mighty name. Many happy returns."
Tope Alabi is happily married with three beautiful children!
Nollywood actress and television host, Nancy Isime has revealed how she suffered depression and had several suicidal thoughts while growing up.
Sharing on Instagram, Nancy Isime wrote:
"You know, growing up I suffered Depression. I was so young to understand life, yet I wanted out. I was in a dark place.
I had several suicidal thoughts but somehow I found the strength to live through all of them.
As a younglin, I was shy and really withdrawn. Where there were several people talking I wouldn't dare speak for fear of being asked to shut up. I knew I was funny and smart inside my head, but will just crack the joke/give the opinion in my head.
I envied those with "great personalities".
I was lonely. I had a few friends but I was Lonely. I...