Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Check out these hilarious photos guys that will make u laugh.

Check out these funny Photos that will Crack you up, enjoy. 

Kanye West to receive MTV's highest honor

Kanye West has created some of the most memorable and spectacular moments in MTV VMAs history, and at the 2015 show on August 30th, he will receive the 2015 Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award. Kanye will be honoured for 'his career-spanning groundbreaking videos, legendary VMA performances, and continued impact on music, art, fashion, and culture.'

Ciara shares sexy pic from her Shape magazine cover shoot

Check Out The sexy photo above Ciara shared from her Shape Magazine cover shoot. Gorgeous!!! 

Nollywood Actor Ernest Asuzu Suffers Partial Stroke In Lagos

Some years back, he was one of Nigeria’s finest actors with expert delivery of lines and character.

 There was no film worth a mention at that time that Ernest wasn’t featured. He was a darling to many Nigeria’s movie viewers until he disappeared from the screens and for a long time, nothing was heard of him.

He also enjoyed a strong relationship with another actress, Obot Etuk at the time to the extent that Ernest moved in to live with Etuk in her Okota, Lagos house. Anyway, that was way back. For those who have been asking questions on the whereabouts of Ernest, news of his present position may not interest his fans.
This is because Ernest cuts a pitiable sight right now as he is said to be suffering for stroke which has taken over almost half of his body. Ernest told a national newspaper recently that he has been down with stroke and was even admitted to the hospital as a result. However, in his characteristic manner, Ernest was quick to blame someone else for his predicament, the Nollywood industry and AGN President, Ibinabo Fiberesima.
According to him, “I was in LASUTH for 2 months, 3 days and for that long, nobody from Nollywood, not even Ibinabo visited me. And she heard that I was admitted there. My friends told her that I was down with stroke and she pretended as if she didn’t hear.
I am a human being too. I am limping right now because I have stroke and my people don’t care. I’m limping because the industry is already messed up. A few weeks ago, He was spotted on Samuel Ekunola Street, along Ago Palace Way, what we saw was baffling. The once upon a time actor struggled to walk and he looked a pale shadow of his old self. Although, he could still talk, he nonetheless struggled to make use of his whole body.
When we probed further, it was gathered that Ernest had come to visit an Uncle of his who had just passed on in the area. On enquiry, a source said that Ernest is a regular visitor to the house even before the Uncle died.
The source added that Ernest had been in that condition for months and that people who know him are as surprised as anyone else on the change in his health condition.

Man seeks divorce over wife’s sexual escapades on social media

A businessman, Muyiwa Owolabi, has dragged his wife, Tinuola, to an Ado Ekiti Customary Court to seek dissolution of their ten-year-old marriage over “serial adultery with several men” she met on social media.
Both the petitioner and the defendant agreed on the dissolution the marriage over irreconcilable differences but the court is yet to resolve  on the custody of their two children,
Muyiwa, the Petitioner, who told the court to dissolve the union claimed that he had caught his wife with several men including his junior at secondary school.
He said Tinuola uses the social media platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp to connect with many men who are now her “man friends and concubines.
Muyiwa told the court that he had the printouts of the adulterous communications and pictures, including private ones where they recorded pictures of their private parts and other amorous messages.
The printouts of the alleged ‘compromising’ pictures on WhatsApp, and conversation with one Toyin Igbalajobi, her Lagos-based friend who allegedly connected her with men in Lagos and the NOKIA C3 with which he carried out the act were admitted by the court president, Mr. Joseph Ogunsemi and marked as exhibits.
Muyiwa told the court that he caught Tinuola with one Benson Onyechere, his junior at Christ’s School, Ado Ekiti who usually speak with her on phone but when he caught her, she replaced Benson’s name with a supposedly female name, ‘Bola’ to hide her lover’s identity.
The petitioner told the court that another Facebook lover is one Taiwo Oyetunji whom she claimed she met on the social media platform on March 27,2012 while another Facebook lover, one Alaba Sunday Samson had the effrontery of coming to their matrimonial home to visit Tinuola.
Muyiwa also identified other men his wife had amorous relationship with to include Aduloju Olu and Andy Harris who is based overseas, Yinka Daramola and, Kunle Lawal and Bashir.

This Woman Realized That She’s Been Accidentally Abusing Her Husband The Whole Time

We all know the saying, “It takes two to tango,” and this saying could not be closer to the truth. There is no such thing as only one person always being right or one person always being wrong. If you think you are superior or smarter than your spouse or partner you are deceived. Just remember what really counts in life and enjoy it!
This lady figured it out and now she has changed herself.

Check out her story here:

My “Aha Moment” happened because of a package of hamburger meat. I asked my husband to stop by the store to pick up a few things for dinner, and when he got home, he plopped the bag on the counter. I started pulling things out of the bag, and realized he’d gotten the 70/30 hamburger meat – which means it’s 70% lean and 30% fat.
I asked, “What’s this?”
“Hamburger meat,” he replied, slightly confused.
“You didn’t get the right kind,” I said.
“I didn’t?” He replied with his brow furrowed. ” Was there some other brand you wanted or something?”
“No. You’re missing the point, ” I said. “You got the 70/30. I always get at least the 80/20.”
He laughed. “Oh. That’s all? I thought I’d really messed up or something.”
That’s how it started. I launched into him. I berated him for not being smarter. Why would he not get the more healthy option? Did he even read the labels? Why can’t I trust him? Do I need to spell out every little thing for him in minute detail so he gets it right? Also, and the thing I was probably most offended by, why wasn’t he more observant? How could he not have noticed over the years what I always get? Does he not pay attention to anything I do?
As he sat there, bearing the brunt of my righteous indignation and muttering responses like, “I never noticed,” “I really don’t think it’s that big of a deal,” and “I’ll get it right next time,” I saw his face gradually take on an expression that I’d seen on him a lot in recent years. It was a combination of resignation and demoralization. He looked eerily like our son does when he gets chastised. That’s when it hit me. “Why am I doing this? I’m not his mom.”
I suddenly felt terrible. And embarrassed for myself. He was right. It really wasn’t anything to get bent out of shape over. And there I was doing just that. Over a silly package of hamburger meat that he dutifully picked up from the grocery store just like I asked. If I had specific requirements, I should have been clearer. I didn’t know how to gracefully extract myself from the conversation without coming across like I have some kind of split personality, so I just mumbled something like, “Yeah. I guess we’ll make do with this. I’m going to start dinner.”
He seemed relieved it was over and he left the kitchen.
And then I sat there and thought long and hard about what I’d just done. And what I’d been doing to him for years, probably. The “hamburger meat moment,” as I’ve come to call it, certainly wasn’t the first time I scolded him for not doing something the way I thought it should be done. He was always putting something away in the wrong place. Or leaving something out. Or neglecting to do something altogether. And I was always right there to point it out to him.
Why do I do that? How does it benefit me to constantly belittle my husband? The man that I’ve taken as my partner in life. The father of my children. The guy I want to have by my side as I grow old. Why do I do what women are so often accused of, and try to change the way he does every little thing? Do I feel like I’m accomplishing something? Clearly not if I feel I have to keep doing it. Why do I think it’s reasonable to expect him to remember everything I want and do it just that way? The instances in which he does something differently, does it mean he’s wrong? When did “my way” become “the only way?” When did it become okay to constantly correct him and lecture him and point out every little thing I didn’t like as if he were making some kind of mistake?
And how does it benefit him? Does it make him think, “Wow! I’m sure glad she was there to set me straight?” I highly doubt it. He probably feels like I’m harping on him for no reason whatsoever. And it I’m pretty sure it makes him think his best approach in regards to me is to either stop doing things around the house, or avoid me altogether.
Two cases in point. #1. I recently found a shard of glass on the kitchen floor. I asked him what happened. He said he broke a glass the night before. When I asked why he didn’t tell me, he said, “I just cleaned it up and threw it away because I didn’t want you to have a conniption fit over it.” #2. I was taking out the trash and found a pair of blue tube socks in the bin outside. I asked him what happened and why he’d thrown them away. He said, “They accidentally got in the wash with my jeans. Every time I put in laundry, you feel the need to remind me not to mix colors and whites. I didn’t want you to see them and reinforce your obvious belief that I don’t know how to wash clothes after 35 years.”
So it got to the point where he felt it was a better idea — or just plain easier — to cover things up than admit he made a human error. What kind of environment have I created where he feels he’s not allowed to make mistakes?
And let’s look at these “offenses”: A broken glass. A pair of blue tube socks. Both common mistakes that anyone could have made. But he was right. Regarding the glass, I not only pointed out his clumsiness for breaking it, but also due to the shard I found, his sad attempt at cleaning it up. As for the socks, even though he’d clearly stated it was an accident, I gave him a verbal lesson about making sure he pays more attention when he’s sorting clothes. Whenever any issues like this arise, he’ll sit there and take it for a little bit, but always responds in the end with something like, “I guess it just doesn’t matter that much to me.”
I know now that what he means is, “this thing that has you so upset is a small detail, or a matter of opinion, or a preference, and I don’t see why you’re making it such a big deal.” But from my end I came to interpret it over time that he didn’t care about my happiness or trying to do things the way I think they should be done. I came to view it like “this guy just doesn’t get it.” I am clearly the brains of this operation.
I started thinking about what I’d observed with my friends’ relationships, and things my girlfriends would complain about regarding their husbands, and I realized that I wasn’t alone. Somehow, too many women have fallen into the belief that Wife Always Knows Best. There’s even a phrase to reinforce it: “Happy wife, happy life.” That doesn’t leave a lot of room for his opinions, does it?
It’s an easy stereotype to buy into. Look at the media. Movies, TV, advertisements – they’re all filled with images of hapless husbands and clever wives. He can’t cook. He can’t take care of the kids. If you send him out to get three things, he’ll come back with two — and they’ll both be wrong. We see it again and again.
What this constant nagging and harping does is send a message to our husbands that says “we don’t respect you. We don’t think you’re smart enough to do things right. We expect you to mess up. And when you do, you’ll be called out on it swiftly and without reservation.” Given this kind of negative reinforcement over time, he feels like nothing he can do is right (in your eyes). If he’s confident with himself and who he is, he’ll come to resent you. If he’s at all unsure about himself, he’ll start to believe you, and it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Neither one is a desirable, beneficial outcome to you, him or the marriage.
Did my husband do the same to me? Just as I’m sure there are untold numbers of women who don’t ever do this kind of thing to their husbands, I’m sure there are men who do it to their wives too. But I don’t think of it as a typical male characteristic. As I sat and thought about it, I realized my husband didn’t display the same behavior toward me. I even thought about some of the times I really did make mistakes. The time I backed into the gate and scratched the car? He never said a word about it. The time I was making dinner, got distracted by a call from my mom, and burned it to cinders? He just said, “We can just order a pizza.” The time I tried to put the new patio furniture together and left his good tools out in the rain? “Accidents happen,” was his only response.
I shuddered to think what I would have said had the shoe been on the other foot and he’d made those mistakes.
So is he just a better person than me? Why doesn’t he bite my head off when I don’t do things the way he likes? I’d be a fool to think it doesn’t happen. And yet I don’t remember him ever calling me out on it. It doesn’t seem he’s as intent as changing the way I do things. But why?
Maybe I should take what’s he always said at face value. The fact that these little things “really don’t matter that much to him” is not a sign that he’s lazy, or that he’s incapable of learning, or that he just doesn’t give a damn about what I want. Maybe to him, the small details are not that important in his mind — and justifiably so. They’re not the kinds of things to start fights over. They’re not the kinds of things he needs to change about me. It certainly doesn’t make him dumb or inept. He’s just not as concerned with some of the minutia as I am. And it’s why he doesn’t freak out when he’s on the other side of the fence.
The bottom line in all this is that I chose this man as my partner. He’s not my servant. He’s not my employee. He’s not my child. I didn’t think he was stupid when I married him – otherwise I wouldn’t have. He doesn’t need to be reprimanded by me because I don’t like the way he does some things.
When I got to that point mentally, it then made me start thinking about all the good things about him. He’s intelligent. He’s a good person. He’s devoted. He’s awesome with the kids. And he does always help around the house. 
(Just not always to my liking!) Even more, not only does he refrain from giving me grief when I make mistakes or do things differently than him, he’s always been very agreeable to my way of doing things. And for the most part, if he notices I prefer to do something a certain way, he tries to remember it in the future. Instead of focusing on those wonderful things, I just harped on the negative. And again, I know I’m not alone in this.
If we keep attempting to make our husbands feel small, or foolish, or inept because they occasionally mess up (and I use that term to also mean “do things differently than us”), then eventually they’re going to stop trying to do things. Or worse yet, they’ll actually come to believe those labels are true.
In my case it’s my husband of 12+ years I’m talking about. The same man who thanklessly changed my car tire in the rain. The guy who taught our kids to ride bikes. The person who stayed with me at the hospital all night when my mom was sick. The man who has always worked hard to make a decent living and support his family.
He knows how to change the oil in the car. He can re-install my computer’s operating system. He lifts things for me that are too heavy and opens stuck jar lids. He shovels the sidewalk. He can put up a ceiling fan. He fixes the toilet when it won’t stop running. I can’t (or don’t) do any of those things. And yet I give him grief about a dish out of place. He’s a good man who does a lot for me, and doesn’t deserve to be harassed over little things that really don’t matter in the grand scheme of things.
Since my revelation, I try to catch myself when I start to nag. I’m not always 100% consistent, but I know I’ve gotten a lot better. And I’ve seen that one little change make a big improvement in our relationship. 
Things seem more relaxed. We seem to be getting along better. It think we’re both starting to see each other more as trusted partners, not adversarial opponents at odds with each other in our day-to-day existence. 
I’ve even come to accept that sometimes his way of doing things may be better!

Buhari blames wicked manipulators for escalation of subsidies of petroleum products

Press statement from the presidency
 President Buhari Tuesday in Abuja blamed past administrations for the current situation in which Nigeria is forced to spend billions of Naira annually on alleged subsidies for petroleum products. Speaking at a meeting with the Chairman and members of the Revenue Mobilisation, Allocation and Fiscal Commission, President Buhari expressed the view that the escalation of petroleum subsidy payments over recent years was due to the deliberate neglect of the nation's refineries, oil pipelines and other related infrastructure to allow the importation of petroleum products and corruption to thrive.
The President, who restated his huge disappointment with the way Nigeria's oil industry has been run since he left office as Petroleum Minister and Military Head of State, said that he was convinced that if the development of the country's domestic refining capacity and petroleum products distribution network had kept pace with national demand, there would not have been any need for the huge subsidies currently being paid to importers. "They allowed the infrastructure to collapse so that their cronies can steal by bringing in refined products from overseas," President Buhari said.

The President urged the chairman and members of the RMAFC, who availed him of their view on the vexed issued of petroleum subsidy payments, to go "back to the drawing board" and come up with more humane proposals to rescue ordinary Nigerians from the "wicked manipulation" of the country's oil industry by corrupt operators.
President Buhari also warned that severe sanctions will be visited on any individual or organisation that violates the directive on the payment of all national revenue into the Federation Account.
The President said that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, the Nigerian Ports Authority and other MDAs which previously relied on the laws establishing them to retain all or part of revenues collected by them, did so illegally and must now comply with the Nigerian Constitution by paying all revenues to the Federation Account.
President Buhari, who also chided the RMAFC for approving excessive remunerations for some political office holders, urged the commission to seek a proper interpretation of its powers and address the public outcry against the unreasonably high payments.
Garba Shehu
SSA to the President
(Media & Publicity)
August 25, 2015

Hilarious!!! Check out what this man did to his wife, because she denied him a trip with his guys.......

The guys have been going off on a fishing trip for as long as they could remember.

Just a few days before the group were meant to go John McGarvey’s wife said he hasn’t been spending enough time with her and says he can’t go. His buddies were gutted that he couldn’t go but what could they say?

Two days later the group (minus John) get to the camping site and discover to their amazement that John is already there, tent up and firewood collected!

“Heck John, how did you get out? What did you say to the missus to let you go?”

I came here last night to be honest. Yesterday evening I was just sat watching TV and she came up behind me and put her hands over my eyes and said, “Guess who baby?”. I took her hands off and she was just stood there in a nightie.

She then grabbed my hand and led me into the bedroom. She’d arranged petals on the bed and everything. I think she’d been watching 50 shades of grey.
On the side there were also handcuffs. She said, “Tie me to the bed and do what you want”.
“So I did. And here I am.”

Tragic Moment Sports TV Presenter Collapses And Dies Live On Air

A TV host collapsed and died live on air while presenting an awards ceremony in Morocco.

 The man, who appears no older than 40, was speaking into a microphone while players celebrated with a trophy behind him when he suddenly fell to the floor. He is believed to have suffered a cardiac arrest, according to local media. 

Very Graphic Photos Of The Dead Female Suicide Bomber Who Carried Out The Damaturu Attack Today

Here are some graphic photos from the scene of the bomb blast which ripped through a busy screening centre of a motor park gate in Damaturu, Yobe this morning.   

According to reports, the female suicide bomber detonated the bomb at the crowded bus terminal killing herself and four others including a pregnant woman and a baby. 

Photos of 2face & Annie Idibia in Hello! Nigeria magazine

Check Out this beautiful photos of 2face and his wife Annie in the latest edition of Hello! Nigeria magazine. Continue to see more photos...

Yemi Alade stuns for Exquisite Magazine, check it out.

Yemi Alade stuns the cover of Exquisite Magazine September issue. Gorgeous!!!

Kris plants a kiss on toy boy Corey Gamble as she celebrates her new magazine cover with the Kardashian-Jenner

Fans were initially sceptical of their relationship due to a 25-year age gap.
But Kris Jenner, 59, proved there's no shortage of passion between her and her 34-year-old toyboy boyfriend Corey Gamble as they shared a smooch at the dinner table at Nobu restaurant in Malibu on Monday night.

The showbiz momager was spotted planting a wet smacker on her music executive boyfriend's lips as she celebrated her new Haute Living magazine cover alongside her famous family at a special bash held in the upmarket venue. More photos after the cut.......