The unique duo of Tunde and Wunmi Obe (T. W. O.) got honoured with Entertainment Couple Award in the just held event organised by Theatre Arts Students Association of Lagos State University.
There is no denying the fact that this couple have put so much into the craft, and have come a long way in getting better in respect to what they do. The duo definitely have so much to celebrate, and amidst all, this is the beginning of greater times and awards to come.
The rate at which nudity has become a norm leaves one to wonder if there’s a gradual shift back to times in the Garden of Eden, before the serpent came into the picture… It has become extremely difficult difficult to draw the line between a whole and a non-whore… To a large extent, those who are found dressing like this hide under the pretence of either trying to ‘be themselves’ or ‘flaunting what they got’… That is not my ‘P’ not worry about… My question here is; as a man, would you (really) allow your woman dress like this to a public (or private) function? Guyz and gentlemen, please sincere here… Don’t forget to share… @mouzizidu
Dai Yue Qin, better known as Miss Dyq, is the Queen of long hair in China. Born in April 1964 in Tong Xiang (Zhejiang province, South China), she began to grow long hair at about 14.
Everybody admired her two long and thick black shiny braids so she decided to cut it off never.
After graduation she worked in a carpet factory in Suzhou for 10 years, then returned to her hometown and worked at a big hotel. As her hair-length of 3,30 meters raised more and more attraction she joined several long hair competitions and has won prizes till now.
In 2001 she moved to the U.S. where her friend lives.
In 2005 she visited her family and friends in China and again attended some contests and long hair shows. It takes her about 1 to 2 hours to comb her tresses which are 420 cm in length now (almost 14 feet!).
The washing of that shiny flood of hair needs 5 to 6 hours every two weeks.
A Nigerian court based in the capital Abuja has ordered a 16-year-old girl, Maryam Suleiman, and her parents to refund N570,000(about $4,000) to her husband, Mukailu Naibi, over a fraudulent marriage.
The judge in the Area Court sitting in Lugbe, Haruna Masanawa, ruled that Suleiman and her parents must refund the money to Naibi within 30 days. Masanawa also ordered that Naibi’s estranged wife, who had filed for divorce, must remain married to him pending the full refund of the amount.
“Based on the evidence before me, the court is convinced that the plaintiff’s parents are dubious people that no child should be proud of. Continue reading →
While fans and lovers hoot for the rumored and anticipated Destiny’s Child reunion at the Super Bowl, it seems that one of the ladies is choosing to keep quiet about any plans the trio might take the stage together in New Orleans. Continue reading →