Big Brother Nigeria star, Erica Nlewedim has shared sexy new photos of herself in a lacy, see-through black dress.
The former Big Brother Naija housemate flashed her boobs and also showed off major skin in the sexy outfit. Read Also: 18+ Video: Sextape of Zimbabwean Model, Njuzu, Leaks Online Causing Chaos On Social Media
See a full photo of her in the dress below:
Ace TV Host Ellen DeGeneres will be saying goodbye to her award-winning TV show after blessing our screens with 19 successful seasons. According to reports, the ratings of the TV show dropped greatly this year following allegations by her crew of a toxic workplace environment.
According to Daily Mail.com, the producers of the show DeGeneres and Warner Brothers, are supposed to put out a statement informing the public of the new development this week. A source close to the host tells DailyMail.com that Ellen is expected to make the announcement today because she ‘has had enough and told her team that she’s done.’ Read also: Ellen DeGeneres Tests Positive for Coronavirus
‘She’s promised one more season after this one and will exit at the end of the 2021/2022 season – the 19th season of the show.’ they said. ‘The ratings have tanked and have been truly appalling this year and Ellen knows her time is up.’ The source said, ‘The show has bled viewers since the toxic environment around Ellen DeGeneres and her show was made public.’
Nollywood actor, Yomi Fabiyi has in an Instagram shared his thoughts about the current situation of Baba Ijesha and his utmost reason why he is pressing for a bail to be granted for him.
According to Yomi, one becomes a threat to public peace if there is no bit of knowledge on human rights. He stated that his display on social media is to prepare the next generation of bias and emotional people and eradicate many people who just follow the law.
Yomi who reiterated that sexual assault forms part of bailable offences asked the security agencies to respect and honour it in bid to grant Baba Ijesha bail. He asked all and sundry to put emotions aside when a crime is committed and abide by laws set out.
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In a statement shared via his Instagram page reads;
Honesty is the FIRST CHAPTER in the book of WISDOM. No matter your status, education, position or religion, if you LACK HUMAN RIGHTS UNDERSTANDING, you are a THREAT TO PUBLIC PEACE and you are not civilised, humane and dignified. To display such on social media is to groom the next generation of bias and emotional people instead of those who will follow the law.
The LAW is the LAW. Sexual Assault etc are BAILABLE OFFENCES, the law enforcement MUST respect and honour this. It is one of the major pathway to a peaceful society. Leave emotions, don’t create your own laws when a crime is committed and NEVER support any idea that will deny anybody his or her rights, IT MAY BE YOUR TURN TOMORROW whether you are on trial, INNOCENT or GUILTY.
Afrobeats legend Femi Kuti has reacted to the loss of his father Fela Anikulapo Kuti from the 2021 Rock and Roll hall of fame. The singer today took to his Twitter page to reply to as many tweeps as possible who were angry over the snob of the legend by the Rock and Roll Hall of fame.
Earlier today the results of the induction were announced and the musical legend lost to Tina Turner despite coming in at 2nd place. A lot of Twitter users took to the microblogging platform to vent out their anger on the incident noting that they were cheated by the organization. Femi Kuti replied as many of them as possible explaining that they may have lost but it doesn’t make Fela any less a legend who is still impacting several generations even in death. Read also: Despite Coming 2nd On Fans Vote Afrobeat Legend Fela Kuti Loses Out On 2021 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction
But look at the positive side nah. We made Fela trend like mad, lots of people who never heard of him googled, checked him up, listened to his music and were like WOW✊🏽 https://t.co/pC12ZIePMU