SHAME: Nigerian Student Breaks World’s Record For Longest Sex Ever

Witness Claims The OAU Undergraduate Engaged In ‘It’ Non-stop For 15 Hours 7 mins 23 seconds.

The boy didn’t stop until he was forced to stop. He has Sex for 15 Hours, 7 Mins and 23 Seconds Non Stop. Lord have mercy!

Am sure the parents of the young man would be wondering what kind of son they birthed… and you can be sure this is one of those times when the father would shift blames to the mother – that the boy is not his son, cause they don’t have such traits in his family… this guy might feel like an achiever (World Record holder), but I personally feel this is a big shame to Nigerians and to this country and also to the school he represents… mothers, please distant your daughters from this S** machine…

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“BOUQUI” AND “DA TRUTH” SET TO TOUR LAGOS

Love, Hope & War Lagos Tour

The concert tagged “The Love Hope War Tour” will feature the popular American Gospel artiste, “two time Grammy Awards nominee, 4 time Stellar Awards winner and 2 time Dove award nominee” DA TRUTH alongside the multiple award winning Nigerian rapper “BOUQUI” on the 8th of February 2013 at the Unilag Sports Complex, Akoka Yaba, Lagos.Also billed to perform at the concert is Jahaziel “Mobo Awards winner”, and Faith Child, Mobo Awards nominee from the UK. Representing Africa on the stage are ABEL CHUNGU MUSUKA from Zambia, PRINCE CJAY from South Africa and Zimbabwe’s gospel finest artiste “ILLCEEY”. The big concert will also parade the very best of Nigeria Gospel stars including PANAM PERCY PAUL, The Wellu Wellu master “SAMMIE OKPOSO”, the songbirds’ NIKKI LAOYE and JAHDIEL, EBEN, TIM GODFREY and The XTREME CREW.

Also to rock the Unilag Sports Complex stage includes Nutty Josh, RoofTop MC and The Midnight Crew from Nigeria while Alien Nation and Xplicit Dancers will provide the arena with some ground breaking moves and steps.The Love Hope War Tour which was put together  to promote Da T.R.U.T.H’s new album titled “Love, Hope and War” worldwide has already begun in many cities across the United States of America and will hit Lagos and Abuja in Nigeria before it moves to Zimbabwe and South Africa respectively later in the month.  Continue reading