Nnajiofor Christabel -14 Year Old Super Story Star Releases Photos After Media Visit In Abuja

It is usually rare to see a young lady below 15 years‎ working hard to achieve and actualise her dream especially in the rumoured complicated movie industry.


‎For beautiful 14 year old Nnajiofor Christabel Princess who ‎headlined several soap opera ‎”Documents” and the popular “Superstory(the secrets) the story is different as she visited Abuja recently for a photo shoot advert deal with Myth Model Management and a media visit to FCT first indegenious transmitting TV station – People Television.




Christabel who hails from Ihiala local government of Anambra state has featured in short movies, several magazine publications and calender adverts.she ‎was 
also a member of Nena and friends dancing group. 



The soft spoken model and television young personality, a pupil of Eagle’s Tower College, Lagos loves reading, things of God and honesty, while she enjoys fun dancing, acting and hanging out.


Born in the family of eight, Christabel Princess is the 4th child of her parents. Her father is a business man and her mother is a nutritionist‎.

She is expected to visit Abuja soon to register for Most Beautiful Model In Nigeria contest and possibly become a member of Actors Guild Of Nigeria.

Awwwww.I am sure you will go places darling,just dont forget to also take your education serious!…..A STAR IS BORN….Nollywood watch out!

Timi Dakolo Was Live In UNIBEN!!!


Greatesssst UNIBEN!

Timi dakolo was live in UNIBEN yesterday at the CFI JAM summit right?
Did he thrill you as much as i heard he did?
GREATESSSST UNIBEN students and/or alumni please come and answer!!!

I dont mean to be rude but this post is for UNIBEN students and its alumni…hehehehehehehe *walks out of post*



Instagram HOs And Their Mode Of Operating…

Have you ever wondered how popular Instagram models can afford their lavish lifestyles? 
IF YOU ARE OF THEM!



All of them post selfies in which they’re showing off expensive sports cars or vacationing in exotic locales, yet they all work low-paid jobs as bartenders or waitresses.
You probably figured some chump was paying for their Louis Vuitton purses and trips to Cabo, but you didn’t know the sheer depths these girls would sink to just for a few bucks.
The man behind the curtain has been revealed, and it’s not a pretty sight. Say hello to Tag the Sponsor, a blog that exposes Instagram models for the craven whores that they are:
In 2015 we should stop gassing up these Instagram “Models” like they’re godsent. We are putting them on a pedestal for just showing ass. Too many #CaptainSaveAHoes defending them, like these bitches got some special skills to satisfy you… Instagram model means prostitute, they might as well start to put their rates under the pictures because they won’t be fooling anyone for much longer. We are pro-prostitution. 


But we are against women who sell pussy and try to put down those who actually work and make a decent living calling them #Basic. We are against fraudulent hoes, pretentiousness and bigotry…


As it turns out, most if not all Instagram models make their living by being “sponsored,” meaning they get paid to fly to Dubai and have sex with an Arab sheik and ten of his best buddies. But these hoes don’t simply rent their pussies out for cash: they engage in some of the most disgusting sex acts you can imagine. Tag the Sponsor reveals just what these girls are willing to do for a little extra spending money:


Yes this **** is real, I know a guy who is a “model recruiter” who gets paid to find girls who are basically willing to whore themselves out to rich Saudis with oil money. The Saudis pay anywhere from $10,000 to as much as $50,000 per girl for each trip which last anywhere from a weekend up to 2 weeks and they basically **** the **** out of the girls multiple times a day with with just about every fetish you could imagine including **** and pooping/peeing on the girls. 


The Saudis take pride in pooping/peeing on the girls and more often than not they make personal bets and hold contests to see who can get the most liquidy poop to drop on the girls faces, the winner gets to choose the next vacation spot and gets to pick his girls first.

That’s right: the girls you see on Instagram with hordes of orbiters proclaiming how they would “suck a fart out of [her] ass” are getting paid to have Arabs squirt diarrhea in their faces. There’s even a colloquial term for these tarts: “Dubai porta potties.”

If Tag the Sponsor doesn’t convince you that we’ve slid all the way to Gomorrah, nothing will. Here we have an entire class of women who are so lacking in decency that they’ll shove salmon up their vaginas so they can afford to shop at Saks Fifth Avenue. A civilization where women sell themselves—not even to survive, but for frivolous luxury items—is a civilization in terminal decline.


How Selling S3x Corrupts Women
Absent from the debate on pornography, prostitution and the like is the spiritualelement. The central problem with s3x work isn’t disease, degeneracy, or the Bible’s disapproval. Transactional s3x inherently ruins the souls of both women and men. I witnessed this first hand.

The Philippines, where I lived for part of last year, has a large and visible s3x industry. Beyond the seedy strip joints and freelancer-filled expat bars in Manila, there’s a sizable number of “normal” Filipinas who will accept money for sex if you proposition them the right way. Morons assume that Filipino girls are selling themselves out solely because of poverty, but the reality is more complicated than that.

The typical Filipina prostitute is a working-class girl, poor but not destitute. She lives with her family, doesn’t have a college degree, and is a single mother more often than not. She whores herself out not out of desperation, but avarice. By Philippine standards, prostitutes, particularly young ones, make a damn good living. One girl I talked to at L.A. Cafe told me that she made up to 7,000-8,000 pesos a night (about $160-180) sleeping with tourists.

While it’s true that most retail-type jobs in the Philippines pay horribly—say maybe 5,000 pesos a month (about $110), and you’ll be working twelve hours a day, six days a week—these girls have a social safety net in the form of their family. They’re not in danger of becoming homeless and they live in a society that values chastity and traditional morals. They whore themselves out because they’re greedy, because money is worth more to them than virtue.

And frankly, it catches up to them quickly. The girl I talked to could charge so much because she was both young and cute. To give you a comparison, a few days later, I was at a club in Malate when a fat, thirtyish hooker offered me “boom-boom” for 1,000 pesos. She was ugly enough that I wouldn’t have let her pay me. At the same time, I felt sorry for her: charging foreigners discount prices on blowjobs has got to be a depressing existence.

Other examples abound of how sex work degrades women. For example, Miriam Weeks, who became famous last year as the “Duke porn star” Belle Knox, recently admitted in an interview that the porn industry had made her “cynical” and “bitter.” This is why it’s incredibly irresponsible for the media to hold up women like Weeks as heroes. While not all women who end up in the sex industry will be ruined by it, enough do that it’s not a choice any sane society encourages girls to make.


The Instagram models getting trolled by Tag the Sponsor have sipped from a poisoned chalice. Their souls are being warped by the repulsive acts their sponsors make them do. Even if they luck out and manage to find a chump who will marry them knowing what they’ve done, the memories of the sick acts they’ve committed will haunt them for the rest of their lives.


I wager more than a few Instagram models will become drug addicts (if they aren’t already) and commit suicide before they turn 40.

How Paying For S3x Corrupts Men
There’s another aspect to Tag the Sponsor that hasn’t been discussed: the men who are blowing obscene sums of money so they can use pretty girls as outhouses. Again, observing the Philippine sex industry allows me to see how sex work degrades the men who partake in it.

Women like to flatter themselves by thinking that all they need to do is show up, look hot and men will be turned on. It’s not that simple. Men need an emotional connection to the women they bang in order to enjoy themselves. I’m not talking about twoo wove, either: booze-fueled lust is more than enough.

If a man tries to bang a woman who is clearly not into him, who isn’t giving off those pheromones of lust, his own body will revolt against him (this is why rape, despite feminist claims, is so rare).

There’s a reason why whoremongers in Southeast Asia have to pop Viagra in order to get it up with hookers, and it’s not because they have erectile dysfunction. It’s because their bodies know that the hookers don’t like them and are only sleeping with them for the money. Using artificial drugs is the only way they can trick their dicks into overcoming their innate repulsion to having sex with an unwilling girl.

In the specific case of these Arab sheiks, these are men who are wealthier and more privileged then the kings of old. But instead of using their fortunes to advance science, culture or philosophy, they pay women to have s3x with German shepherds. They are degenerates in every sense of the word, fools who have squandered a great gift on pointless hedonism.


Get Those Girls Off That Pedestal
If there’s one good thing about Tag the Sponsor, it’s this: it’ll help countless men stop sucking up to women.

Here’s some cold, hard truth: there are no snowflakes. There are good women out there, yes, but as a whole, girls do not deserve your worship or praise. They are just people, nothing more. And in the case of the Instagram models, there’s no reason to be intimidated by beautiful women. That drop-dead gorgeous girl you’re crushing on is likely getting paid to have a Saudi sheik shit on her nose and watch it drip down her chin.

The next time you’re tempted to Like a girl’s selfie on Facebook or write a slobbering comment about how good she looks, just think of the “Dubai porta potties” and smile.

culled – www.returnofkings.com


Na wah oooooh.Soddom and gomorrah has even birthed already.



The Media Is Not Your Right Until……

This is not good but true because I often watch some upcoming entertainers sulking because the media does not look their way unless they pay heavily. Their concern is that sometimes a simple outfit of a celebrity makes headline on the media while their achievements which are supposed to be more important are overlooked.

Although, it is really unfair to watch bloggers especially in their quest for traffic publish every top celebrity trash without looking the other way even when the materials are really news worthy. This has actually affected our online media because we often end up reading empty headlines every day and blogs who had entertainment on their names are now posting politics and sports just to have reasonable contents up there.
Because some upcoming entertainers lack the understanding of how things really work, they end up being news readers instead of news subjects. They sit at home and search online to read stories about themselves, not knows that the gods of the media are yet to receive their sacrifices.
They would cough out about Twenty thousand Naira for a ‘New Music’ headline on one of the top music blogs in the country, but will never spend five thousand naira on a news article. News, opinions and features help your fans to connect with you; know you and even live like you, but that will cost you money.
I remember when my friend Prince Noel Unegbu was alive, media houses in Imo State gave us outrageous bills for the promotion of Imo Got Talent, and while we were busy running around for the money, none of these media houses gave us any form special treatment.
Few weeks later, Prince Noel was assassinated and the same media houses had him standing tall on their cover pages, the same space they never gave us at 50% discount.
Artistes like DaGreen became stars at their death, songs by the Aluu 4 were played by radio stations who never met them and this is same for many other entertainers whose little achievements were maginified at their death by the media. Let them do it while you are still alive.
The media is usually crazy about the death of the smallest star and the crave for traffic; sympathy by the public often makes it irresistible for them and you can never blame them in any way.
My advice for young entertainers, entrepreneur and all others whom the media could change their lives or businesses is that they should walk up to a good media personnel to help them publicize their works. Don’t wait till you are dead before you find yourself on the cover pages of newspapers and blogs.
Someone will actually say they do not have the money for that, and my advice is usually that they should convert a huge part of their alcohol budget to media budget. Don’t sit down and think that because you have performed in a high profile event, your pictures will be the next on blogs; it doesn’t work like that.
Event managers are the first to be guilty of this; they often feel that the media needs stories and one blogger or journalist will eventually attend their events for the purpose of reporting it for free. The media no longer works like that so don’t ever feel it is your right. The news would simply be your right if there was a stampede; fights that led to multiple injuries or loss of lives.
In the media, bad news is free, good news is hype. Only the politicians understand this, which is why for every small event they are organizing, they invite the media. They pay for it, so don’t be carried away when you hear them on TV or Radio in one show that looks neutral, but is actually sponsored.
I think young entertainers should emulate young politicians, maybe not in their art of lying, but in the obsession for the media. This is why most newspapers will have twenty news pages and just two pages for entertainment news. It is not your right, but you can still have it.
I don’t wish to say that anyone is going to die at a tender age, but when death comes, your little significance will take you to newspaper cover pages but you can take that to the inside page for a start now that you are alive.
Media increases your relevance, fan base as well as your contents on the internet, for those who are using online media. It ensures that when your name is looked up on search engines, it will return results that will keep your fans busy. It is worth every fund you invest in it and is something every entertainer who is craving for national or global relevance should imbibe.  
I wish you all the best and pray that you make cover pages when you are still alive.
Chinedu Hardy Nwadike is an author of books, journalist, blogger and publicity strategist.

He writes from Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.



Hmmm!!!

FG Explains Why It Will Not Disclose Amount Of Recovered Loot….

The Federal Government has explained why it won’t disclose the amount of looted funds it recovered from corrupt public officials.

It said the amount won’t be made public yet because it will be used as evidence against them in court.
Presidential spokesman Mallam Garba Shehu said much as President Muhammadu Buhari would have liked to let Nigerians know how much had been recovered, it will be impossible for now.

He said the money recovered was in the vaults of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), adding that “the issue of how much has been returned has been there. The money retrieved has to be used as evidence in court. The President said two things; we will recover and we will prosecute. So, as it is now, you don’t go and bring all these billions returned out.


“I am aware that there is an account with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) where some of these funds are being kept and are evidence for a judge to see. It is not for public display. I think that is the challenge we have at the moment.”
According to him, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will soon hit the road travelling around the country to address town hall meetings, explaining government policies and actions.


The town hall meetings, he said, will hold in the first instance at zonal levels before going down to state capitals.

Shehu said: “Government realises that there is a need to take information to the people and there are steps that are being taken in order to ensure that this is done.
“If he wanted to fire people on assumption of office, he would have done it and would not have violated any rule. But he decided to give everyone a chance to see whether they would imbibe the change mantra, and be prepared to come along.”
He said with offices in the 774 local governments and state offices, the National Orientation Agency (NOA) needed to do more to enlighten Nigerians on the government’s policies.


He said, “I will say with all sincerity that I know that the NOA has worried us in government. The people and the leadership never believed in what we are doing; they never believed in change and so, they just folded their arms and watched us in the last eight to nine months. When they are there, I believe the new leadership will begin to formulate things for agencies like that.”


He addmitted that the government needed to do more in public enlightenment, stressing that “to be fair to Minister of Information Lai Mohammed, I have never seen somebody as hardworking as that gentleman, even as minister. You find out that he doesn’t miss the talk shows on radio, from one radio station to another and then he will move to a television station, to a newspaper and all of that.
“I believe that more needs to be done. I agree with you. We have an agency like NOA with 774 offices nationwide; each has not less than five to seven officials and well-equipped. But you know also, sometimes democracy has its own dark side.”
On the fight against insurgency, Shehu congratulated Nigerians on the achievements so far recorded by the Buhari administration, adding that at the moment, no city in the country is under curfew, while military road blocks have been dismantled.


Speaking on alleged secret recruitment by some government agencies, Shehu said: “I would stay out of this because I know that the parliament is investigating this and I believe we should wait for the outcome of the investigation by the House of Representatives.


“I have been approached by a number of people who say ‘can you give me a note to so or so agency?’ A lot is happening in this country and I keep saying that Buhari’s government is not a government of notes. I guess that whoever is found doing that would get himself in trouble. He is not a nepotist and I think you know
that.

“So, I think that the parliament should be allowed to look into it. I have personally called one of these agencies mentioned to ask whether it is true that they are recruiting and he said no, but the parliament can call for any documents and testimonies from anybody and they can determine whether it is true,” he added.
daiylpost reportage.




HUH?Will revealing the amount tamper with evidence in court?please Lawyers come in here and explain this because we need to know!!!




Yemi Alade Is HOT Abeg!

Got This photo from Instagram yesterday and wanted her fans who are not on Instagram to see how beautiful Yemi looks with colored hair..

Who send me message right?LOL



…And oh…Not every lady can boast of clean Inner laps..LOL


*Runs out post*

Noble Igwe And Chioma Otisis Traditional Wedding Is Today ….

Style influencer and entrepreneur Noble Igwe,tie the knot traditionally today with Chioma Otisi, the pretty brand manager who has been spotted by his side for a while now.
Noble Igwe Chioma OtisiThey got engaged in December  


Noble Igwe Chioma Otisi Wedding 2

Noble Igwe Chioma Otisi Wedding 3
Noble Igwe Chioma Otisi Wedding 4Noble Igwe Chioma Otisi Wedding 8
Major congrats to the couple.
Check out these images shared so far today – #CHOBS2016
What Date is It?

 The Cool Groomsmen Pack
Noble Igwe Chioma Otisi Wedding 7
Photo Credit: Brides & Bows | Noble Igwe | Biyi Adeleke
Culled from bellanaija.

Beauty Queen Nneze Richards Gives Up Blood To Save A Life…

As the world celebrated Easter Yesterday Abuja based beauty queen, Miss Independence Nigeria 2015, Nneze Richards visited National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) to donate her blood for those who might need urgent transfusion in case of emergence.

Wanna know why she did this?

Well when she was very young. In her sick bed then, blood was donated to save her life and because of this While growing up Nneze always donates every 4 months as a way of giving back to the society and also to save a life.

She says “the most expensive gift you can give to someone is the gift of life…‎am also encouraging people out there to the same and save lives because it saved my life when I was kid, the blood my parents donated was not enough so they had to get from blood bank”



Well done Nneze!

Hon.Abike Dabiri-Erewa SSA To President Buhari On Foreign Affairs And Diaspora Visits Nigerians In The U.S.

The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Disapora, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa was recently in New York where she met with prominent Nigerians including New York’s Deputy Chief of Police; Funmilayo Obe, the first African commanding officer and first black woman to attain this post.  

Hon Dabiri Erewa with Inspector FUNMILAYO Obe of the NYPD, USA

Hon. Dabiri-Erewa also held a town hall meeting with Nigerians in the three states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

With some of the attendees to the town hall meeting

In the course of her interaction, Hon. Dabiri-Erewa assured the attendees that the Buhari administration is committed to the well being of Nigerians in Diaspora and would continue to explore all means possible to ensure that Nigerians are not disenfranchised by any means while abroad. 


She also encouraged the attendees to be great ambassadors of the Nigerian brand by attaining excellence in their various fields as this remains the best means of improving ‘brand Nigeria’. Hon. Dabiri-Erewa ended the session with an admonition to the Nigerians in Diaspora to continue to support the economic growth of the nation by making regular investments back home.