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Birth of my baby made me undergo body surgery – Nina Ivy spills

Nina Ivy

For former Big Brother Naija contestant and entrepreneur, Nina Ivy, there are certain reasons behind her decision to take the risk of going under the knife.

The mother of one revealed that she feels very confident and loves her body more since she underwent a butt enlargement surgery.

In a recent interview with Punch, the fair and beautiful Reality Show said, “I have always wanted to make some changes to my body, especially after the birth of my child and this was the perfect time. Since I made that decision, I feel great and love my body more. I always had to wear body shapers with certain outfits but now, I don’t have to. My advice to people who troll celebrities that undergo cosmetic surgery is that they should channel their energy into what will benefit them and let people live their lives.”

Kemifilani would also recall that shortly after Nina’s butt surgery, they were controversies online as she had recently signed a contract with a natural body enhancement brand, Mav Herbals, yet still went ahead for surgery. 

The brand called her out on Instagram and requested for an apology and refund of the money spent on signing her as an ambassador.
Speaking about the issue, Nina said, “Before signing the deal, I had informed my then-manager, Femi, of Wynerz Talent, that I was booked to undergo surgery. Femi came with the proposal from Mav Herbals and I had categorically told the company’s CEO that I was going for surgery. She (the CEO) agreed to still go ahead with the deal.

“It was a surprise to find out that she made a post about me not working with her without speaking to me first about it and this happened before I began my ‘influencing’ with the hospital I had my surgery with.
“This same contract was discussed with her and Femi. Meanwhile, there is no clause in my contract that states that I cannot undergo surgery while representing her.
“I have been a loyal and dedicated brand ambassador and influencer to numerous brands over the years. I have never had any issue with any of the brands I have worked with. The publications on different blogs and constant trolling made by her have caused defamation of my character and my legal team is on it.”

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Music: Bracket feat. Rudeboy – Let’s Go

The duo of Smash and Vast who make up the group, Bracket, have teamed up with Rudeboy on the track “Let’s Go“.

It was produced by Jay Nunny, co-written by Rudeboy and Bracket.

The new track was released alongside its music video directed by Kemz.

Listen to the track below:


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‘May God heal your broken heart’ Fans react as Davido and his 30BG storm candlelight service of Obama DMW (video)


Friends and family members of Davido's assistant/road manager Habeeb Utham popularly known as Obama DMW are currently holding a candlelight service for the decease at Orange Island, Lagos.

Kemifilani News recalls that Obama DMW reportedly died on Tuesday, 29th June evening, over heart failure after driving himself to run a test and checkup over difficulties in breathing.

A video shared on social media captured the moment Davido and his 30 Billion Gang storm the venue of the candlelight service.

Reacting to the video, fans of the sensational singer expressed worry over him, pointing out he's looking pale and pray that God will heal his soul and every member of his crew.

See reactions below:


Forgive Sunday Igboho, he’s a novice – Oluwo begs Buhari

Oluwo of Iwo

The Oluwo of Iwo Oba, Abdulrasheed Akanbi, has pleaded with President Muhammadu Buhari to forgive Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho.

Oluwo revealed that elders and traditional rulers in Yoruba land warned Igboho when he embarked on agitation for self-determination.

The monarch, in a letter to Buhari, said: “Nigerians most especially ardent readers and witnesses of history will not forget in haste many suspicious circumstances that consumed many nationalists.

“One of the leading and still fresh was the Egba born aristocrat, Moshood Kasimawo Olawale Abiola who died on July 7th, 1998. Kensaro Wiwa equally had his taste. Almost all regions of the Nigerian State have had their taste of such occurrence.

“The prologue and epilogue were historically preserved to be...

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