• Breaking News: Michael Jackson's 'Dark Side' Exposed! - Los Angeles Police Report

    22/Jun/2016 // 6144 Viewers

     

    LOS ANGELES: Radar Online recently exposed a police reports about disturbing details of Michael Jackson's alleged pornography collection.

    According to the AFP, the reports related to a 2003 raid which appeared from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department records. The reports contained details about various books, magazines and documents.

    During the raid, the authorities found pictures of nude young adults, children’s faces on adult bodies, as well as images of animal and child torture.
    The documents also exposed Jackson as a manipulative, drug-and-sex-crazed predator who used blood, gore, sexually explicit images of animal sacrifice and perverse adult sex acts to bend children to his will.

    Jackson, who died in June 25, 2009, was acquitted in 2005 following a 14-week child molesting trial, where a jury heard testimony about his life and relationships with young boys.

    He was charged after Gavin Arvizo, a 13-year-old boy Jackson had befriended, came forward.

    However, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department made a statement that it had not publicly released the documents, which was submitted to the prosecution and the defense during the 2005 trial.

    While the documents were not considered as illegal, the department clarified that “this type of material can be used as part of a ‘grooming’ process by which people (those seeking to molest children) are able to lower the inhibitions of their intended victims and facilitate the molestation of said victims.”


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  • ‘I almost committed suicide after converting to Islam' - Janet Jackson reveals

    22/Mar/2016 // 73171 Viewers

     

    SISTER to the late legendary pop icon and music artist Michael Jackson was last month reported to be quitting the entertainment industry because of her new religion.

    Janet who is married to Qatari  Muslim billionaire Wissam Al-Manna  disclosed that she almost committed suicide because of the restrictions and burden her new life and religion brought upon her saying it was not an easy transformation.

    According to MTV News, she revealed that she had been deprived of everything in life as she could not listen to music, drive a car, wear designer clothes but only the 'Black Abaya' and could not even move outside her residential home in Doha as she was always  surrounded by heavily-armed security men.


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  • THE 10 BEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD: Find out which countries made the top 10

    22/Mar/2016 // 657 Viewers

    A new ranking of the best countries in the world released by U.S. News and World Report. Find out which countries made the top ten. Updated January 21, 2016.

    #1 Germany

    Germany, the most populous nation in the European Union, leads the overall ranking because of its entrepreneurship, power and citizenship. File photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI | License Photo

    #2 Canada

     

    Canada, the second largest country in the word, came in second on the overall list, but was ranked No. 1 for its quality of life. The country also got high rankings for its citizenship and openness for business. File photo by Molly Riley/UPI | License Photo

    #3 United Kingdom

    The United Kingdom, which is comprised of England, Scotland, Wales and the northern portion of Ireland, came in number four with high scores for entrepreneurship, cultural influence and power. Photo by Rune Hellestad/UPI | License Photo

    #4 United States

    The land of the free and the home of the brave occupies the fourth spot on the overall list, but ranked No. 1 in power. The U.S. also fares in the top 5 for cultural influence and entrepreneurship. Photo by Brian Kersey/UPI | License Photo

    #5 Sweeden

    The Kingdom of Sweden rounds up the top five spots on the list with the No. 1 ranking for citizenship and No. 2 rankings for quality of life and openness for business. Photo by Gary C. Caskey/UPI | License Photo

    #6 Australia

    The Commonwealth of Australia occupies the sixth spot overall with notable rankings for adventure, quality of life and citizenship. Photo by Arthur Thill/UPI | License Photo

    #7 Japan

    Japan came in seventh on the overall list and featured high scores for entrepreneurship and movers. Photo by Phil McCarten/UPI | License Photo

    #8 France

    The Western European nation took the eight place in the overall ranking but placed No. 1 for cultural influence and No. 4 for heritage. Photo by David Silpa/UPI | License Photo

    #9 Netherlands

    The Netherlands came number nine on the overall ranking with high scores for citizenship, quality of life and entrepreneurship. Photo by Joe Marino/Bill Cantrell/UPI | License Photo

    #10 Denmark

    Denmark completes the top 10 spots on the overall ranking namely for its citizenship, quality of life and openness for business. File photo/UPI | License Photo

     

     

     

     


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  • Nollywood actress reveals why their marriages don't last

    22/Nov/2016 // 294 Viewers

     

    A thespian, Tessy Ijeh, says that marriage breakups often experienced by actresses are mainly caused by the herculean task of combining the home front and acting.

    Delta-born Ijeh, a Continuity Manager at Nollywood, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Lagos that combining the homefront and acting was a task many actresses found difficult to manage.

    “Acting really takes a woman out of her home because it is tasking; most of our husbands don’t recognise this as they mount pressure on us.

    “Some actresses, unable to cope with this task, often abandon their homes to face their career because even the husbands cannot provide all that their wives need.

    “Children are the most affected in relationship breakups, because once the parents are divorced, and the mother still goes on with her career, the children are left uncared for.

    “The children will miss their mother’s affection more and this is one thing that we have yet to find solution to in this part of the world; but others have gone ahead,’’ Ijeh said.

    The actress, who had her secondary education at Eko Girls Grammar School, Okota, Isolo in Lagos, said that sexual harassment in the entertainment industry was real.

    She said that she had faced one before but she took her stand.

    “Sexual harassment is real in our business but everybody has a choice to make. I once faced the devil and the deep blue sea before and I chose the one that I felt was right.

    “I was faced with sexual harassment when I first joined the industry. It is a sacrifice that I have to make because I started as a model.

    “The director made a pass at me and I told him if this is what I will face to be popular, I will rather remain in the background and I left.

    “Sometimes, some film directors ask for our bodies in return for a role, but it’s unfortunate that some ladies will even throw themselves at the directors. It is wrong on both sides,’’ she said.

    Ijeh said that roles played by actors and actresses in a film might have some spiritual undertone, while some might not, adding that it takes courage to stay off roles.

    “Roles that we play in movies sometimes come with some spiritual undertones which I have an experience about.

    “I acted in a movie called `No Money, No Sex’, and in the movie, I acted as a bi-sexual which I have to put myself in it; later I discovered that I’m having strange sexual feelings.

    “I quickly readjusted and pray against it and stayed off. It also affected me when I played the role of a witch in a film. There is spiritual side of every act,’’ she said.

    Ijeh, a product of Institute of Management Technology, Enugu, and a former teacher, said that though some roles in a film come with its inherent dangers, the dangers could be averted if adequate caution was adhere to.

    “The roles we often play in films are sometimes dangerous of which we should be extra careful in dealing with; nevertheless, we can take
    precaution to counter the dangers.

    “Actors get roles based on their interpretation of previous roles played. This particular role may stick to them and be their favoured roles; but actors must be dynamic.

    “For some playing the role of a gateman, it may be their strong point and they may never get other roles; likewise a witch or wicked person in the case of Patient Ozokwo.

    “Roles sometimes also define how far an actress will go. If an actor continues to get a role of a gatekeeper, how many gatekeeper roles will he get to make it,’’ she said. (NAN)


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  • Woman attempts to rape man in public (photos)

    22/Oct/2016 // 1322 Viewers

     

    The pictures of a young lady have gone viral on the internet for attempting to rape a mam in public in broad daylight.

    The incident which took place in Wyandanch, New York street corner had people standing to watch what was going on, as they stood to take pictures. According to the pictures, the lady was seen pants down and forcefully pulling down the trouser of the man who was seen sitting on the floor.

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  • LILIAN AMAH-ALUKO: Acting my first movie with RMD was magical

    22/Oct/2016 // 348 Viewers

     

    With 20 years foray into the Nigerian movie industry as an actor and producer, Lilian Amah-Aluko, is one of Nollywood’s leading figures. Still brimming with the joy she felt as a young actor 20 years ago, she told ADEDAYO ODULAJA the future as regards Nollywood is still very bright.

     

    What are you working on at the moment?

    Well, I am working on two movies and both are in the pre-production stage and as usual, we are always looking for finance to finish the movies.

    Understanding that pre-production involves brainstorming, seeking locations, assembling the cast and all that, what stage exactly are you in the production process?

    At this point, we are in serious discussions with potential sponsors and we have also decided most of our cast, we are going to have auditions at the last stage for a few other characters that we still need to fill and we are searching out locations and all of those things you do before you start to roll.

    Do you have titles for them yet even if they are tentative?

    Both of them do have but I’d rather not mention them, both are not my productions; I am working in concert with other people.

    But can you mention some of the people you are likely to feature in the movies?

    For one of them, I am working on something with Neville Ossai, he is also an ex-member of AMP (Association of Movie Producers) Exco and the main cast of that movie are not many, there should maybe like 6 of them but we have a lot of extras. On the second movie, I’m working with Aquila Njamah and the main cast of that also are not many but it has a very large cast of extras. The lead characters are not many as well.

    Can you talk about what the movies are all about?

    I don’t know if I can because they are not my projects per se; I am working with other people and they may not want the cat let out of the bag too soon.

    Having shown the capacity for delivering the kind of content Nigerians want, do you think working on some projects with other people fills a vacuum?

    Yes it does because production is a collaborative art for me and with the recent developments in Nollywood,I think the more we come together to produce good content, the better for all of us so I am exploring the opportunities that I’ve come across to work with my colleagues, immensely talented people.

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  • Times are hard but stay away from 'Sugar daddies' they only shower you with gifts in return for diseases and curses - Nadia Buari tells young ladies

    22/Sep/2016 // 1066 Viewers

     

    PARIS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2016: (DGW) GHALLYWOOD star actress, Nadia Buari , has pleaded passionately with young ladies to discard the idea of dating men old enough to be their father otherwise known as ''sugar daddies'' warning such ladies of the grave consequences.

    He warned that they only stand to destroy their future by such wrong moves seeing that the 'sugar daddies' are only out to use them as tools to satisfy their own sexual urge.

    Nadia Buari dropped this hint on her Facebook page @ Nadia Buari adding that all they shower you with is none other than gifts in return for curses and diseases.

    She wrote, “Forget about these old men called sponsors and build a future with that brilliant determined young man who is after you.

    “He might be poor today but he won’t be poor forever

    “Build wealth with your own man.

    “Don’t die over material things, sponsors will bless you with gifts, diseases, and curses.


    “Better things are yet to come.

    “Some died of AIDS just because of iPhone 4; little did they know that we will have Iphone7.”

    “Sponsors will waste your youthful years and you will miss the chance of getting married to a man that will make you a Mrs.

    “It’s very true there will be more to life, to the wise ladies, think about this piece.”


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  • Six sure signs he's not in love anymore

    23/Apr/2016 // 1727 Viewers

     

    Almost all of us have heard it personally or seen it on television, “I love you, but I’m not in love with you anymore.” Truth is people don’t dip in an out of love. Rather, there are different types of love. Generally when a man says he’s not in love anymore, he really means you’re a great person but you’re not the one for him. It is likely the relationship was primarily based on infatuation, romance, and surface-level intimacy which, like beauty, are fleeting.

    Of course, if this is the case, you would probably opt against sticking around and allowing your feelings to intensify. No one enjoys growing to love someone to then be let down. The solution: be proactive and take heed to cues of forthcoming rejection:

    1. He’s suddenly Mr. M.I.A.

    “It’s not you, it’s me.” Reality check dear Queen of Rationalization: It’s you. For whatever reason you just didn’t do “it” for him, the fire has fizzled and he’s ready to move on. Men don’t suddenly become too busy to call. They prioritize time for the ladies they love.

     

    2. The little things don’t matter.

    It used to bother him that you eat chips like Cookie Monster. It used to irk him to no end when your mother called constantly. Now, he could care less or so it seems; but, in actuality, he’s silently rejoicing. Why? He has no intentions of being around much longer.

    3. He starts turning his phone off.

    People may silence their phones, but only a select few turn them off. If someone who’s constantly connected suddenly decides they need to unplug, take it as a warning. His interests have probably taken a detour.


    4. He’s not interested in keeping you in.

    Most guys don’t want wifey hitting the clubs and happy hour. They want them home or somewhere with them, kept and safe. If he doesn’t care about where you go, who you go with, and how long you’re going to be gone, he doesn’t really care about you anymore.

    5. The open book that was his life is suddenly closed.

    He used to share exciting news, express emotions, and share the details of his days. And, you didn’t have to pry. Now, he’s giving you one-word answers and downplaying the existence of eventfulness. Conservations are blah. Why? He can’t divulge any more personal information to the (what could become vindictive) woman he’s dumping.

    6. You’re equals.

    He used to try to take over the “manly” details of your life—taking your car for oil changes, moving heavy furniture, etc. Now, it’s O.K. for you to do these things for yourself and he doesn’t break a sweat without request. Translation: You have been demoted from your place on a pedestal and entered “buddy zone.”

    Maya Angelous is quoted as saying, “When people show you who they are believe them.” I say, when guys show you what they want and it’s not you, leave them.


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  • BIZARRE: White evangelical couples give birth to black triplets!

    23/Apr/2016 // 650 Viewers

     

     

    In an essay for the Washington Post, Christian evangelical Aaron Halbert opened up about his and his wife’s decision to “adopt” Black embryos from a Christian embryo bank with the intent of carrying the embryos to term. The implantation resulted in triplet baby girls. Prior to undergoing this procedure, the couple had tried to conceive on their own, and they also adopted two children: one Black and one biracial.

    Halbert is the son of Christian missionaries. Chunks of his childhood were spent in Honduras while his parents were doing missions work. His wife, however, grew up in the deep south and apparently, held prejudice against minorities. But accoridng to her doting husband, she was cured of her racism after a few missions trips to Haiti.

    My wife, on the other hand, grew up in the delta of Mississippi and it wasn’t until she took a few trips to Haiti that the veil of racial prejudice was lifted from her eyes.

    According to Aaron, who is now a proud father of five multi-ethnic children, he and his wife believed that if it were God’s will for them to parent fully White children, they would have conceived naturally.

    Several years into our marriage, even as we were pursuing the idea of returning to Honduras as missionaries with the Presbyterian Church in America, we visited an adoption agency in Mississippi, where we were living at the time. We were also trying at the time to conceive naturally. Knowing that it is often more challenging to find adoptive homes in the United States for non-Caucasian children we informed the agency that we were willing to accept any child except a fully Caucasian child. We did this with the deeply held conviction that if the Lord wanted us to have a fully Caucasian child my wife would conceive naturally.

    At the suggestion of a friend, the couple then decided to explore embryo adoption. For a second time, they chose to add African-American children to their family.

    When we met with the NEDC, we were again faced with the question of what ethnicity we would choose for our adopted embryos. We wanted additional siblings to feel connected to our first two children racially, and asked the team at the NEDC if we could be matched with African-American embryos. They agreed with our thoughts about our kids matching each other racially and were supportive of the decision to select African-American embryos.

    Although rearing Black children has come with its share of challenges, including long and uncomfortable stares from both Blacks and Whites during trips to the local Walmart, Aaron is also thoroughly enjoying the experience—including witnessing his “son and daughter, with his dark brown skin and her with the ringlet hair and slightly tan skin, kiss my white wife’s growing belly.”

    There is something beautiful and enriching being the only white face sitting and chatting with some of my African-American friends as my son gets his hair cut on a Saturday morning. There is also something wonderful in the relationship that is built as my wife asks a Black friend on Facebook how to care for our little biracial daughter’s hair. The beauty of a multi-ethnic family is found there, in the fact that the differences are the very thing that make ours richer and fuller. It forces you to think in a new way about the way you think, speak, act and live.

    Of course, when it comes to the couple’s decision to adopt Black children and embryos, feelings seem to be mixed. While some praise the couple for opening their homes to children without families, others have accused them of fetishizing Black children while hiding behind the Christian faith. - MADAME NOIRE

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  • Breaking News: Wizkid stuns the world in South Africa, brings honour to Nigeria

    23/Oct/2016 // 716 Viewers

     

    PARIS, OCTOBER 23, 2016: (DGW) Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, alias Wizkid, one of Nigeria's top musicians has stunned the world in South Africa by winning and  bagging the prestigious MTV Africa's Best Male Artiste award.

    Thus this makes him has earned him  the top honour as the African continent’s premier musician. The ceremony took place on Saturday, October 22, 2016, in Johannesburg, South Africa.


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