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Nigerian Stars You Won’t Believe Are Absolute Jerks In Real Life (Number 3 Will Shock You)

1. Olamide Adedeji
Olamide Adedeji

Olamide (aka Baddo) is a household name in the Nigerian music entertainment industry. The 'Shakiti Bobo' crooner, a Yoruba talented street rapper, acted like a jerk on stage after MAVIN's Reekado Banks won the award for the next Rated Artist Category at the 2015 Headies Awards. This award did not go down well with YBNL boss, Olamide, who climbed the stage with his team shouting and screaming. After spewing all sorts of trash on stage like someone that smoked 'Osogbo' weed, he dropped the mic on the floor, threw away his cup with its content and walked away with his gang.

The MAVIN record Boss, Don Jazzy, came on stage and asked Olamide to come and collect the Hyundai SUV car won by MAVIN in the Headies award if that was what he wanted. This provoked Olamide more who went on twitter and blasted Don Jazzy. Below was one of his tweets against Don Jazzy.


2. Seyi Law
Seyi Law
He is one of the best stand up comedians in Nigeria comedy talk shows. But for the fact that he makes people laugh does not mean that you can mess up with him anyhow. He can give you dirty slaps that will reformat your brain back to default settings.

Comedian Seyi Law slapped a security guard, named Peter Ethan, across the face 3 times after the security guard accosted him and informed him of an alternative route he could take to ease vehicular movement at Eko Hotel and Suites Lagos State. According to reports, the resounding slaps got the poor security guard staggering for balance.

Seyi Law, on his instagram page, explained his own side of the story and tendered an apology. See it below.



3. Nkem Owoh
Nkem Owoh

Nkem Owoh, popularly called Osuofia, is an Enugu born Nigerian actor and comedian. The winner of the 2008 African Movie Academy Award for best actor in a leading role was involved in a land dispute with a widow in September 2012. 

According to the widow, Mrs Gloria Ayogu, Osuofia and his thugs stormed her late husband's land and demolished her house. 

"...My life and those of my children are also in danger. Nkem Owoh, a man society should look up to for good examples had severally threatened to deal with me for refusal to let him take my land. He has stated he would deal with me. And seeing the crowd of horrible looking thugs he keeps company with, I feel really threatened. A man capable of destroying such a property has the capacity to destroy just about anything standing in the way of him having his way..." the woman said in a petition to Enugu State police commissioner. 


4. Kate Henshaw
Kate Henshaw

When you talk about the most respected actresses in nollywood, Kate Henshaw would be among the first 10. 

In one Nigerian Got Talent audition in Port Harcourt, Kate Henshaw in company of Dan Foster embarrassed a guy named 'Heaven' when he showed up and tried singing. It was unfair and the height of unprofessionalism on the part of Kate. Watch below.

                                 

She was also harsh on this little guy that showed up in Asaba auditions. Without any encouragement, the little man was left in his tears. Watch below.
      



She takes no nonsense from anyone and gets time to curse whoever that dares speak to her rudely. Insult her at your own peril. After raining a full 'Dangote' trailer load of insults on you, you will end up on your knees shivering and begging for forgiveness. Below are some screen shots of her fights with her fans. The first was an apology by a fan after Kate Henshaw has finished doing her job.








5. Sunday Oliseh
Sunday Ogorchukwu Oliseh
Sunday Oliseh is a former Super Eagles of Nigeria's midfielder. He was the coach of the Nigerian national football team from July 14, 2015, until he resigned on February 26, 2016 some days after raining insults on Nigerians.

In 2 Youtube videos he shared, the Ex- Super Eagles Coach heaped insults on his critics, calling them insane and saying other nasty things. See two videos below.

                                     
                                     

Also, on the day Oliseh stripped Enyeama of the Super Eagles captaincy and handed it to Ahmed Musa, Oliseh reportedly asked security men at the Hotel Verviers in to bundle Enyeama out. Vincent Enyeama claimed that he was stripped naked by the security agents while they were carrying out the orders of Oliseh. Enyeama also claimed that Oliseh insulted his dead mother.

However, Sunday Oliseh later apologized to Nigerians on twitter and sent an apology letter to the Nigerian Football Federation(NFF) for his rant video. Below was his twitter apology.
6. Terry G
Terry G
Gabriel Oche Amanyi, known as Terry G, is a popular Nigerian musician and producer.  The self made craziest musician in Nigeria showed a bit of his craziness when he gave DJ Jimmy Jatt's protege, DJ Freeze, a resounding slap. Watch video below.

                                  

This happened on Sunday 5/06/2016 during Terry G's performance at Comedian Bash's show at the Muson Center in Onikan, Lagos.. The music star, Terry G, was performing and getting booed by the audience. The DJ, who wanted to please the audience, changed the song to Olamide's 'Durosoke'. This provoked the 'Akpako Master' who walked over to the DJ stand and gave him a slap. Many people condemned Terry G's actions and the DJs Association of Nigeria (DJAN) placed a ban on playing any of his songs in any part of the country. This prompted Terry G to tender an apology via instagram to the DJ he slapped as well as DJ Jimmy Jatt and the DJs Association of Nigeria. See snapshots of his apology below.

The association accepted the apology and lifted the embargo they placed on his songs and the songs he is featured in.

7. Wizkid
Wizkid
Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun better known as Wizkid is one of the Nigeria's most successful Music stars. The recording artist, songwriter and performer did not forgive Dammy Krane after Krane apologized to him and his fans for calling him a thief and a bitch.

In a star studded All Black Party hosted by footballer Obafemi Martins at Club Quilox in Lekki Lagos, Wizkid smashed a bottle on Dammy Krane's head. According to multiple eyewitnesses, Wizkid clearly attacked first before bouncers and the club owner, Shina Peters, waded into the fight. With a bloodied head, Dammy could not get his revenge because he was prevented from doing so. 2face and Timaya later stepped in to help settle the fight. See video below.


What about his dirty words against Linda Ikeji? The popular Nigerian blogger was doing her normal 'amiibo' job when she wrote about Wizkid's landlord giving him quick notice to vacate from the rented apartment or pay house rent. This was the same house Wizkid claimed that he bought. Angry Wizkid went for Linda Ikeji and spoke to her in a way a woman is not supposed to be spoken to. 

For a man who has a mother, sisters, and even daughter insulting a woman's privates is a very inappropriate. Wizkid really messed up. Below is a snapshot of some of his posts against Linda Ikeji.



This Is Why You Shouldn't Buy Dogs That Were Brought Up By Someone Else

Bullmastiffs
My uncle and his family have been victims of several robbery attacks in recent times at their home in Irete, Imo State. At night, their house has become the favourite target of robbers for more than five times this year. Thieves won't allow my uncle 'drink water and keep cup' despite the fact that he is not the only rich man living around in that neighbourhood. Most of the neighboring compounds that were often ignored by thieves have very giant and fierce looking dogs. 

Thinking that thieves were taking advantage of the fact that he doesn't have dogs, he bought two big bullmastiffs from his friend in Abuja who was relocating to the United States of America. The dogs associated well with my uncle and everyone living in his house. 

However, trouble started one monday morning when his house boy was washing his cars. One of the dogs went to the bucket of water that the boy was using and started urinating in it. The boy was afraid of chasing the dog away but alerted my uncle who came out with cane and started flogging the dog. 

The dog first shifted a little distance away but came back and jumped on my uncle who wore only shorts. The bullmastiff gave him the biting of his life. It bit him almost everywhere - his hands, legs, stomach and even his privates. He managed to run back into the house as the dog aggressively chased him.

My uncle who spent almost a week in the hospital now hates dogs with passion. He later sold the dogs to dog rearers. He wouldn't have been bitten by the dog if he was the one that trained the dog from the time it was a puppy.

If you need  dogs, buy puppies and train them yourselves till they become big. They would tend to be more loyal to you than the ones another person brought up.

Hope you are inspired by this story. Have you ever been attacked by your own dogs before? Please share your own story.

5 Unsurprising Facts About The Orlando Shooter Which May Still Surprise You

Omar Mateen
We all have heard about the terrorist act that happened in Florida USA at the crowded Pulse Orlando, a gay night club, at about 2 a.m., Sunday 11/06/2016 which killed more that 45 people and injured many. The attack was reportedly carried out by Omar Mateen, a child to Afghan immigrants. Informations about the terrorist were leaked by his former classmates, friends, ex-wife and the police. Here are some facts about him that may surprise you but are actually unsurprising.

1. He was a Muslim
Almost all acts of terrorism are carried out by those who share the same faith with Muslims. Though many Muslims claim that Islam is the religion of peace and is not in support of terror acts, virtually any act of terror you hear anywhere in the world is done by a Muslim. This was why Donald Trump swore to ban all Muslims from entering USA until the problem of Muslim association with terrorism is fixed.

2. He was a security guard

Yes he was a security guard and had a florida firearms licence that allowed him to carry concealed weapons. This reminds me of a case of car theft in one village in Imo State, Nigeria. The mastermind of the crime who was later apprehended was a security guard in a Catholic diocese. The youths stormed his house and recovered different types of weapons and wanted to burn him alive. But he was later rescued by the village and church authorities and later went back to his security work. 

What about the fulani herdsmen who carry sophisticated guns about shooting innocent farm owners just for their useless cows to feed on the crops? We ask how do they get the arms? The answer is simple. They got them from security operatives. Even when the farm owners attacked the Fulani herdsmen, the DSS arrested the farmers and did nothing to the armed herdsmen.

3. He was armed with an assault-type rifle and a handgun 

Just like the attacks by fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram, most terrorists prefer guns that can shoot continuously so that they can wipe out as many people as possible. Most mass shootings by terrorists in America are carried out with this same type of gun.


4. He was gay

A former classmate of Omar Mateen said that Mateen was gay and that Mateen once asked him out romantically. Three additional witnesses confirmed that they had seen Mateen at the gay nightclub more than once before.

Do you find this surprising? There is nothing to be surprised about it because it is an old story that most anti-gays are latent gays. A theory that homophobia is a result of latent homosexuality was put forth in the late 20th centuryAccording to several studies, majority of homophobic males exhibit latent homosexuality. 

In other words, most of those that attack gays are secret homosexuals themselves. A possible explanation is found in various psychoanalytic theories, which have generally explained homophobia as a threat to an individual's own homosexual impulses causing repression, denial, or reaction formation.


5. He has a bipolar disorder

Mateen's ex-wife, Sitora Yusufi, told CNN that he has bipolar disorder which is a type of mental problem. She said "in the beginning he was a normal being that cared about family, loved to have fun, but then a few months after we were married I saw his instability. I saw that he was bipolar and would get mad out of nowhere. That's when I started worrying about my safety." She told reporters that Mateen had beat her and emotionally abused her while they were married from 2009 to 2011.

There are so many mad people out there moving freely among the normal populace. It is high time all governments conduct psychological tests on their citizens to ascertain their mental health. Mentally sick people should not be allowed to move about freely. Many of them are hiding under religion. They should all be locked up and treated by professional psychologists/psychiatrists. The government shouldn't wait until they cause mayhem before arresting them.

These 10 Amazing African Wedding Pictures Will Shock You

1. Cutting Cake With Sword


This reportedly happened in a wedding ceremony in Benue State, Nigeria. The man must be a strong member of boys scout, fire brigade or probably a Night of St. Mulumba, St John, St. Christopher or Columbus to have prefered using sword to cut wedding cake. I am sure if he was a policeman, he would have arrested the cake and shot it with gun kpoooh!

2. Love in the air


Don't know the actual location but if you allow me to say my mind, I would suggest that they came from Benin. They may be flying sorcerers who probably fell in love on meeting each other in the air at night. You don't have to expect them to come to their wedding with their brooms. 

3.  Caterpillar wedding


The man must be the head of caterpillar riders association in his area. That's a great fun and I hope the man driving them would not mistakenly discard them 

4 .Bicycle wedding


This reportedly happened in Choba, Kenya. The groom and bride arrived their wedding venue with bicycle. This style is the best during fuel scarcity and harsh economy.

5. On a tree branch


The bride wants to tell the world that her husband is a branch manager. Hope they don't blame the devil if they fall from the tree.

6. Jackie Chan husband


If you do any how you will see anyhow. This is what the man will do to anyone who trespasses around his wife. He is demonstrating his karate skills as a warning to everybody because to be fore warned is to be 'five' armed. ha ha ha.

7. Militant Wedding


I wonder if the bride is a man or woman. This kind of wedding get as it be ooo.

8. James bond husband


This reminds me of one of James bond's films. Men can take any risk because of women. This is what I call 'love nwantinti' till car takes them apart.

9. You may swallow your bride


This is why it is advisable for a girl to study how a man licks ice cream before marrying him. He wants to eat her raw.

10. America here I come



The guy has been denied American visa countless times so he wants to take the bull by the horns. He wants to enter America by fire or by force. 

6 Things You Should Learn From The Sudden Deaths Of Stephen Keshi And Amodu Shuaibu



In the early hours of Wednesday June 8, 2016, the whole world was shocked by the news of former Super Eagles captain and coach - Stephen Okechukwu Keshi.

Stephen Keshi was one of only two men to win the African Cup of Nations as a player and a coach.

According to family sources, the 54-year old Nigeria football legend, who buried his wife Kate five months ago, had complained of irregular heartbeats and pain in his legs. He was rushed to a nearby hospital in Benin City, capital of Edo State in southern Nigeria, but he died on the way. He died of a suspected heart attack.

After 3 days, we were bombarded with another shocking news of another former Super Eagles Coach, Amodu Shuaibu. The four-time coach of the Super Eagles, who had earlier signed Keshi's condolence register, was reported to have complained of chest pains on the night of June 10 and died in his sleep on June 11, 2016. His body was deposited at the Stella Obasanjo hospital in Benin, where Keshi's corpse was also kept. He was later buried the same day in his home town, Okpella, according to Islamic rites. It was reported that the 58-year old Amodu was hypertensive and had been on medication.

While we continue to mourn the two sports gurus, here are some lessons you should learn from their deaths.
1. Repent now because death can come knocking on your door at any moment

Death does not know if you are young or old. It does not care whether you are rich or poor. It can come without signs or warnings just like the case of Stephen Keshi and Amodu Shuaibu. Amodu after signing Keshi's condolence register never knew he(Amodu) would be the next in line.We should all be ready and prepared for death always. Quit sins and embrace righteousness. 

2. Go for regular medical check ups, especially, for blood pressure


Have your blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose levels checked regularly. High/low blood pressure is a silent killer. You may have it and still feel like you are healthy until it finishes you. It is estimated that 1 out of 5 people with high blood pressure are not aware that they have this major risk factor for stroke and heart attack/cardiac arrest which killed Stephen Keshi. High blood pressure can blow your kidney, destroy your heart, damage your eye, brain and every organ in your body. Regular medical check up is necessary to know your health status and control measures to take to maintain good health. You must not wait until you are about to die before you remember hospital.

3. Eat healthily

Increase your intake of lean protein, fiber, fruits and vegetables while reducing or avoiding the consumption of alcohol, processed foods, foods rich in salt, sugar and fats. Coronary arteries that supply the heart with blood can slowly become thicker and harder from a buildup of fat, cholesterol and other substances, called plaque. This slow process is known as atherosclerosis. If the plaque breaks open and a blood clot forms that blocks the blood flow, a heart attack occurs. 


4. Make the much achievement you can in life as early as possible

Goodluck Jonathan and Stephen Keshi
In Stephen Keshi's words, "people don't have to believe in you for you to succeed. You work hard, when you succeed they will believe". Your good works and achievements are what you will be remembered for. The memory of Amodu and Keshi are not that which can be easily erased from the minds of Nigerians. Because of their achievements in sports, their names have become household names in Nigerian football in particular and Africa in general. What would you be remembered for when you die. Stop wasting time. Move into action and excel as early as you can because you never can tell when your time would be up.

5. Enjoy life to the fullest everyday you see yourself alive


Life is too short for one to spend it in worry, anger, sadness, jealousy, envy, wickedness, quarrels and many other negative mental attitudes. When awake in the morning, thank God for life and be happy. Enjoy every second of your life. Don't wait for a better day. See every day as a good day no matter the challenges you face. Some people rumoured that Stephen Keshi was worrying too much about his wife's death. Worrying about what you can't change will forever be the biggest waste of your time. Be cheerful always and try to make people around you happy. Party, merry, dance, laugh, play and have good fun. That is your right. 

6. Show love to someone now he/she is alive


Many of us become kind and nice to someone only when the person is dead. Condolence visits, messages and gifts are all useless to the dead. When he was alive, suffering and seeking for help, did you help? But when you heard that the person is dead you became kind and nice overnight. Coach Amodu Shuaibu's cousin, Ankari Afegbua, a lawyer said he believed Amodu died out of frustration as he was owed by NFF and the Edo state government. Imagine, some people who criticized Keshi and Amodu or owed them when they were Super Eagle's coach are today calling then football legends and giving gifts to their families. We should change this bad lifestyle and rather help and show love to people when they are alive. Take care of your parents now and not when they die you cry and do big burial ceremony for them. Now is the time to show love to that brother, sister, kid, elder, teacher, poor beggar and so on because they won't need your help again when they die.  


We pray that the souls of Stephen Keshi And Amodu Shuaibu rest in peace.