Saturday, 29 August 2015

Wife snapped and smashes alarm clock over husband's head after he asks for a goodnight kiss,. WOW!!!!

A wife smashed an alarm clock over her husband's head after he asked for a goodnight kiss.
Kathryne Borthwick, 26 - who met husband Monty, 59, online - flew into a rage after a drinking spree.

A judge heard Mr Borthwick took off his shirt in the bedroom and demanded: "What about my goodnight kiss?"

Prosecuting lawyer Tim Dracass said: "She picked up an alarm clock and started to hit him with it.
"The clock broke.
"Mrs Borthwick then grabbed her husband's mobile and began hitting his head."

The court heard Mr Borthwick begged "Please, please" as blood ran down his head and his furious wife swore and threw his CDs around their Portsmouth home.

An ambulance was called at 9.45pm and Mr Borthwick was left with two cuts to his head after the attack on April 18.

Mrs Borthwick, who arrived to the UK from The Philippines last year, admitted assault with actual bodily harm and was given a 12-month community order.

The court heard that Mr Borthwick did not want his wife to be charged but that it was not the first time she had behaved in this way after drinking.

Portsmouth crown court heard she had quit drinking and the pair wanted to forget the "nightmare".

Judge Roger Hetherington said: "For some reason, which is something of a mystery, you flew at him in a rage hitting him with whatever came to hand."

Baby Suwe says he has some women I mind for marriage after he lost his wife six years ago.

Veteran Yoruba comic actor, Babatunde Omidina, popularly known as Baba Suwe, who lost his wife about six years ago, told Saturday Beats that he currently has some women in mind for marriage.

When probed further about when he intends to tie the knots and the identity of the lady he likes the most among all the women he is eyeing, the ace actor said no one should snoop into his private life.
He said:
 “When I would get married is nobody’s business. It could be this year or the next but whenever it happens, everybody would know about it. I have numerous prospects that I can pick from. It is not just one person I am eyeing. I would soon remarry and it is when I am ready. I know I have numerous female fans and God helps me to handle them well because if one is not careful about women, he could land in trouble. I know how I handle my female fans.”
He also said that he can never quit acting and he has been away from the movie scene because he has been resting.
“I can never quit acting. People have not seen much of me because I am currently resting at home. I just finished my new movie, Alfa Nla,” he said.

Victim’s mother says : A Sixty-five-year-old landlord lured our daughter, raped her for rituals

In another case that has highlighted the increasing child sexual abuses in Nigeria, a 65-year-old landlord, in Akowonjo area of Lagos, Mr. Ganiyu Sani, has allegedly raped a seven-year-old girl, Blessing. But this time, the parents of the victim believe he did it for ritual purposes.

The civil servant mother of the victim told our correspondent that on Monday, August 17, 2015, when she got back from work and was having dinner with her children, Blessings started to touch her crotch and complain of pain.

“I felt the part she was touching and asked what was wrong with her. I thought she was referring to her lower abdomen and believed it must be stomach ache. But she insisted that it was her private part.

“I asked if she fell down and hurt herself but she simply shook her head. I asked if someone hit her there while she was playing with other children in the neighbourhood, she said no. I started suspecting there was something bigger than what she was telling me.

“I pleaded with her to tell me what happened. That was when she told me about what Baba did. I could not contain my anger. I was shocked, angry and sad at the same time that such an old man could do such a thing to my daughter. My daughter had no reason to lie.”

Blessing’s father, a trader from Ebonyi State, works in the Eastern part of the country while his wife and the children live in Lagos because of his wife’s work.

He was in the East when he received a call from his wife about what had happened to their daughter. He told his wife to take a neighbour along to go and confront Baba, who denied everything immediately.

Baba Sani, a landlord who lives on renting out Danfobuses to commercial bus drivers, lives just two houses away from Blessing’s parents.

Blessing, an exuberant, fair complexioned girl, was not shy when our correspondent spoke with her about what Baba Sani did to her.

She explained that the old man usually crossed from his house to fetch water from a tap beside their house.

She said, “On Friday, my mummy was not around and he came to fetch water (like he normally does). When he was passing in the front of our house, he asked me to follow him to come and collect biscuit.

“When I got to Baba’s house, he put off my shoes and carried me to his bed. He removed my pants and lay on my chest. When I was shouting, he said I should not shout, that he would give me biscuit and N20.

“When he finished, I saw blood coming out and Baba used a cloth to clean it. He said I should not tell anybody. He gave me biscuit and N20.”

Shockingly, without Blessing’s mother knowing, Baba Sani allegedly called the girl and raped her again the following day, a Saturday.

To dispel doubts about the girl’s allegation, she was asked to explain the location of Baba Sani’s bedroom inside the building and her description was found to be exact description when our correspondent eventually paid Baba Sani a visit.

Our correspondent spoke with Baba Sani in company of the director of Esther Child Rights Foundation, Esther Ogwu, who the case was initially reported to by the girl’s parents.

The man, who walked with the gait of someone approaching senility, started off by saying Blessing’s mother was an acquaintance, even though the girl’s mother said she had never had reason to speak to him before.

Baba Sani said, “The girl’s mother once approached me about a month ago to lend her N500. She sent her daughter to collect it and I gave it to them. Later, the girl with her younger sister came to my house that Friday to ask for money and I gave them N20.

“I did not do anything. I don’t know anything about what they have accused me of. God is my witness. I am just surprised about why I am the one the girl is accusing of such a thing.”

When asked how the girl could possibly know where his bedroom was in the house, the old man said he had no idea.
Blessing’s mother said she had many other co-tenants and neighbours and said she couldn’t have imagined asking Baba Sani to lend her any money.

A test conducted at the Mirabel Sexual Assault Referral Centre at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, Lagos, confirmed that the girl was indeed raped as lacerations on her private part were consistent with sexual assault.

The case was reported at the Gowon Estate Police Division.
Ogwu explained to our correspondent that she was disappointed that initially the police did not handle the case as if they were interested in prosecuting the man. She said rather than charge him to court, they released him from custody despite the fact that they had got the report of the test conducted on the girl.

The child rights activist said, “According to the information I was given, the man was pretending that he was insane when he was arrested. Everybody in the neighbourhood could testify that nothing was wrong with him.

“It should not be too hard to enforce the law in this case. The Child Rights Act is there. It is unfortunate that the mother of the child did not monitor her daughter well. There are so many young children in that neighbourhood that could have been victims of the man.”

Baba Sani was arraigned before an Ikeja family court on charges of defilement and child abuse on Monday. He was remanded in prison custody while the case was adjourned till September 4, 2015.

Unbelievable but real :Meer the man with the world's largest eggplant, plus says women refuse to have sex with him.

A man who claims he has the world's largest penis says women are too scared to have sex with him.
Super-endowed Roberto Esquivel Cabrera also claims his manhood is actually a disability that leaves him unable to work.
Not only that, but the 52-year-old's 18.9in member is so long that ladies are afraid of it.
The member hangs well below his knees and he wants his 'gift' to be recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records.

But he also wants to be registered as disabled because he says his giant penis gets in the way and he is not able to hold down a proper job.

Cabrera, from Saltillo, in the north-eastern Mexican state of Coahuila, underwent a medical examination and had an X-ray done of his massive manhood to satisfy anyone who doubted him.
And doctors at a health centre in the city of Saltillo, in the north-eastern Mexican state of Coahuila, have confirmed that "according to the scan" in 3D, it is genuine.

A doctor there said the main part of his willy was just over 6 inches long and the rest was extra skin.

Cabrera has approached health services to support his claim he is disabled.
He said:"Look where it is, it goes far below the knees.
"I cannot do anything, I cannot work, and I am a disabled so I want authorities to declare me as a disabled person and give me support.
"Then, I want to go to the Guinness to get recognition."
Medical experts suggest troubled Cabrera might be able to opt for a voluntary modification of his anatomy and have a shaft reduction operation.

He was deported from the USA to Saltillo in 2011 and lives alone in a room given to him by his brothers.

He survives on social assistance and scavenges for food and materials on waste dumps.

He has no friends and wherever he goes he says people shun him.

Prior to his claim to having the longest penis in the world it is believed the honour belonged to an American man called Johan Falcon whose manhood measures a strapping 13.38 inches.

UK Mirror

Dbanj speaks about his single life and gives reasons, read on for more details.

Dbanj the handsome and rich Koko master revealed to Saturday Beats why he is still single despite been linked to several beauties.

He said:
"While growing up, there were some goals I set for myself and at 35; I have accomplished most of them. Sadly, I have not accomplished the primary goals. The main one is marriage. 
By now, I thought I would have been married. I had always thought I would have a child before the age of 30. That fantasy did not become a reality because I wanted to strengthen my brand. I wanted to be sure that I was on the right path career-wise because as a kid, you need to crawl before you can walk and eventually run. I wanted to be sure I surpass all boundaries and reach a certain stage where I can easily balance my work and family. That is the main reason why I am not married."
He however said that he is proud of his other achievements as they have surpassed his widest imaginations.
He said:
"Apart from marriage, one other thing I desire to have is the Grammy but that is already in the pipeline and it would be acquired soon. I didn't know I would meet Kanye West while I was dreaming big as a child. But I dreamt that I would go places and people would hear my song all over the world. I also dreamt that Caucasians would dance to my music. I dreamt I would top music charts across the world and all that has happened. I have dreamt of performing in front of thousands of people on a global stage and I have achieved that. For all these I am grateful to God,"

Etcetera says 'Can Fashola really go to jail?

This is an article written by Etcetera.
The APC is now being haunted by the saying, "When you point one finger, there are three fingers pointing back at you."
If it knew, it wouldn't have accused Goodluck Jonathan of running a very corrupt government. Most times, we forget to listen to the voice of reason that says, "Look in the mirror, brother. You might just be talking about yourself."

It is now clear that the APC focused on the speck in Jonathan's eye and ignored the log in their own eyes." Who would have thought that just few weeks into a new regime in Lagos State, Fashola would be engulfed with the following accusations - Drilling of just two bore holes with N139m, remodelling and equipping of the official residence of the state's Chief Judge at N510m, reconstructing of a car park with N640m, spending N300m to relocate cables, N175m to replace the railings of a pedestrian bridge, N220m on the facility management of the Lagos State University College of Medicine, N619m on surface repair of a road, N1.2bn on the construction of an unidentified multi-storey building, N1.6bn on the construction of a 48-bedroom hotel.

These things don't seem like what a person as intelligent as the former governor would do; especially for those of us who regard him as one of the very few bright spots of our democracy. In fact, I am still of the belief that in the annals of corrupt governors in Nigeria, his place remains to be seen. But the question here is, can the Lagos State government come out with such weighty accusations without having evidence to back them up?
It was in the papers that "some in the former governor's circle" are worried he might face charges. If that happens and if he is found guilty and if it results in conviction and if he ends up in prison-yes, four ifs-then considering his achievements in Lagos State, all other former governors from other states (especially the eastern states) should have long since been in jail awaiting his company. But yet again, does any governor go to jail in Nigeria?
Over drinks at a bar around Omole Estate, Ikeja last Monday, a friend who works in one of the ministries at Alausa laughed as he finished off his beer.
"Everything's messed up, and nobody goes to jail," he said. "Etcetera, that's your whole article right there. Hell, you don't even have to write anything more. Just write that."
I put down my phone. "Just that?"
"That's right," he said, signalling to the waitress for the cheque. "Everything's messed up, and nobody goes to jail. You can end the piece right there."
Sounds funny but sincerely, "Nobody goes to jail" should be the mantra of our democracy, one that has seen virtually almost every public office holder embroiled in obscene criminal scandals -- and nobody went to jail. Nobody, that is, except Alamieyeseigha, and that was probably because of the attention he brought on the nation as a result of his dress sense from the UK. And the Federal Government has apologised for the mistake by granting him full pardon.
If Fashola is found guilty of these allegations, he should face the music. That's the way the system is supposed to work. But a veritable mountain of evidence indicates that when it comes to government officials, the justice system not only buckles at punishing criminals, it has actually evolved into a highly effective mechanism for protecting them.

This institutional reality has absolutely nothing to do with politics or ideology -- it takes place no matter who's in office or which party is in power.

To understand how the machinery functions, you have to look back, at least, at Obasanjo's time in Aso Rock, as case after case of financial malfeasance was pursued too slowly or not at all. Indeed, the shocking pattern of no enforcement with regard to corrupt public officials is so deeply ingrained in our democracy that it raises a profound and difficult question about the very nature of our society: whether we have created a class of people whose misdeeds are no longer perceived as crimes, almost no matter what those misdeeds are.

The Justice Department has evolved into a bizarre species of social surgeon serving this untouchable class.

Kim Kardashian puts her sexy boobs on display.

Kim K took to IG to share some selfies of her in St. Bart, incuding the one of her boobs next to two milk bottle emojis.

Nigerian mum of quintuplets let off £145,000 NHS bill: Health tourist who came to UK to give birth says no one's asked her to pay

A Nigerian health tourist who cost the NHS £145,000 having quintuplets has said she never even saw a bill.
Bimbo Ayelabola, 37, had to have a complex caesarean section after travelling to Britain while pregnant in 2011.
The operation and neo-natal care for the five babies cost the Health Service in excess of £145,000 – but Miss Ayelabola never paid a penny towards the bill.
And now it has emerged the hospital involved will not chase her for the money.
Miss Ayelabola has since returned to her home city of Lagos, where she is a successful make-up artist who drives a £17,000 car. 
When confronted by the Daily Mail about the NHS bill, she said: ‘I have never received my bill. If I had it, I would pay it.’
The hospital involved yesterday admitted it sent only one request for payment, more than six months after Miss Ayelabola left the hospital – and had failed to take any further action when it was returned unpaid.

t said it would not be pursuing Miss Ayelabola for the money, even after the Daily Mail offered to pass on her address.
The case follows a series of revelations by the Mail on the true scale of health tourism in Britain. NHS whistleblowers have told how bosses are instructing them to turn a blind eye to health tourists because it is ‘too much trouble’ to chase them for money.
Only around 16 per cent of the cost of treating health tourists is ever clawed back, according to NHS estimates.
The Nigerian mother obtained a visitor’s visa soon after discovering she was pregnant in 2010, travelling to the UK to stay with her younger sister, Stella, early in her pregnancy.

She gave birth to two boys and three identical girls at Homerton Hospital in Hackney, East London, in April 2011 – seven weeks premature. She had a complex caesarean and remained in hospital for almost two weeks after the birth at a cost of £145,000 to UK taxpayers.
Despite having an expired visa, Miss Ayelabola continued living in her sister’s flat in Poplar, East London, after the births. She didn’t return home until February 2013.
Miss Ayelabola’s children are now four years old and attending a private school. When she was tracked down by the Mail to the small salon she shares with other beauticians, she said she did not understand what she had done wrong. ‘What is it that’s my fault? I don’t understand,’ she said.  

In an interview in 2011 Miss Ayelabola said: ‘I had already had miscarriages and couldn’t bear the stress another pregnancy would cause. So I decided to visit my family in London.
‘I thought I would stand a much better chance of avoiding another miscarriage in a calmer place with friends and family.’
However, when speaking to the Mail she denied coming to the UK to give birth. She claimed she had no idea she was expecting more than one child and was planning to return to Nigeria to have the babies – until she had medical complications. ‘I stayed after my children were born because my kids were sick,’ she said.
The multiple births are likely to be a result of double doses of fertility drug Clomid, which she took for eight times longer than recommended after buying the pills over the counter in Lagos.
Miss Ayelabola is understood to have left the UK voluntarily in February 2013, following contact with the Home Office. It is believed she has been banned from returning to Britain for five years.
The UK’s system for flagging up foreign patients sees them treated before hospital staff try to claw back costs.
In France, Germany and Scandinavia, patients must pay in advance. It means hospitals across England are targeted by thousands of health tourists a year.
Daily Mail 

Shocking :Indian sisters sentenced to be raped then paraded naked through the streets as punishment for their brother running away with a married woman

A pair of sisters, one of whom is only 15, are to be raped as punishment for their brother running away with a married woman in rural India.  
The teenager and her elder sister Meenakshi Kumari, who is 23, will also be paraded through the streets naked with blackened faces, according to an unelected all-male village council.

The barbaric punishment has been handed down in Baghpat district, Uttar Pradesh, around 30 miles north of New Delhi.. 

According to Zee News, the pair's brother Ravi fell in love with a girl from the higher Jat caste and the couple eloped in March, even after they were forcibly separated and she was married off to another man in February.
The sisters fled the village in May fearing retribution, causing the family's home to be ransacked.

The Kumaris are Dalits, or untouchables, at the very bottom of India's ancient caste system, transgressions of which are still taken extremely seriously in many parts of society.

The couple have now reportedly surrendered after their family were allegedly tortured by police and members of the Jat community to avenge the brother's actions.
But that was not considered sufficient retribution and the Khap panchayat, or village council - of which Jats are prominent figures - has decided on the punishment for the sisters.
India's supreme court has described such bodies as 'kangaroo courts' and branded their decrees illegal, yet in some states they continue to operate and their punishments are often carried out, according to Amnesty International.
The group has started a petition against the 'abhorrent' punishment, which now has nearly 30,000 signatures out of a target of 50,000.

Meenakshi has filed a petition with the supreme court asking for protection and her father has lodged a complaint with two national bodies saying that his family has been harassed not just by the family of the woman who has eloped but also by the police.
But that was not considered sufficient retribution and the Khap panchayat, or village council - of which Jats are prominent figures - has decided on the punishment for the sisters.
India's supreme court has described such bodies as 'kangaroo courts' and branded their decrees illegal, yet in some states they continue to operate and their punishments are often carried out, according to Amnesty International.
The group has started a petition against the 'abhorrent' punishment, which now has nearly 30,000 signatures out of a target of 50,000.
Meenakshi has filed a petition with the supreme court asking for protection and her father has lodged a complaint with two national bodies saying that his family has been harassed not just by the family of the woman who has eloped but also by the police. 

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Check out Ini Edo's outfit to 'Dark' movie premiere

This is what the actress wore to the movie premiere of 'Dark' at Silverbird. 

Rukky sanda displays her boobs in sexy outfit to movie premiere

Check the sexy outfit actress Rukky Sanda wore to the premiere of 'Dark' at Silverbird Galleria last night. 

Amber Rose makes out with Rick Ross' babymama in a pool (photo)

Lira Galore, Rick Ross's babymama deliberately or accidentally shared a pic of herself and Amber Rose making out in a pool...she quickly removed it of course, but not before some fast folks got it.. See the photo after the cut...

I will get married soon – RUKKY SANDA

With 17 films produced by her in 10 years, it is obvious that Nollywood’s Rukky Sanda is not a rookie as far as movie production is concerned. Though there’s no data to prove this, she also says she’s the first Nollywood actress to produce her own movies, which she started in 2005.
The fair-skinned beauty has however decided to go dark in her latest movie, ‘Dark’ which was premiered on Friday, August 28, 2015 at the Silverbird Cinemas, Victoria Island, Lagos.
With her fingers in a lot of pies, Rukky says she has multiple personalities that take care of all her businesses. Hear her, ‘I’m an interior designer, scriptwriter, actress, director and producer, and I’ve been doing this for about 10 years now. 
I think I’m just different at different times. It’s a blessing actually. I love writing and listening to stories. I also love being involved in every aspect of my movies; I can edit and do a couple of other things. I don’t like being ignorant about any part of movie production.’
 She veered into movie production after appearing in only three movies, and we wanted to know why. She answers, ‘For me, it was more of a business decision, because at that time, it wasn’t like actresses were being paid well. 
I’ve always been a business person, and I wanted to invest in the business aspect of Nollywood. I acted in my first movie in 2004, and I produced my first film in 2005.’
But did she actually make money from that movie? She smiles wryly in response, ‘As a matter of fact, I still have people owing me till date. Some of the people I worked with even went behind my back to mass dub and sell the movies.’
On the lessons she has learnt, she talks like someone who has walked through the valley of the shadow of death and survived. With a bold face she says, ‘In the beginning, it was more of a business decision to just make money, but now, I’ve grown into it, and I actually have a passion for the art of movie production; I just want to make a difference with my movies. Then, I had very little knowledge about production, but now, I’m more of a professional.’
Many would believe that she had a rich family member somewhere who ‘dashed’ her the money she used in producing her first movie, considering her inexperience at the time. She doesn’t agree with that assertion, and she wastes no time in countering it. In her words, ‘Before I got into Nollywood, I was already doing business.
I used to sell stuff, so I had my money to put into it, and my mum supported me with a loan. She collected her money back though, so there was no sentiment attached. I won’t say it was easy starting out because I spent about N3m in making my first movie, and that was quite a lot in 2005. I don’t actually get Executive Producers for my movies; I do that myself. Not like I don’t believe in going all out to source for funds, but it’s just not my thing. I had someone once who wanted to sponsor my movie, and we did that. But before the movie came out, they were already on my neck asking for their money. I had to return it to them after we finished filming; we had not even finished editing then. I told them I’ll give them their money back, but that they wouldn’t get any credit on the movie. Ever since, I only produce movies if it’s convenient for me.’
So we wouldn’t think she’s just guess-working her way to the top, she informs us that she has taken a directing course in Houston, USA, as well as a Visual Effects course, but she’s also quick to add that she’s still learning every day.
The tattoo-loving actress is known to be blunt and she speaks about that side of herself: ‘I believe in expressing myself; always stating my point, and sticking to what I believe in. People may read different meanings to it, but at the end of the day, I can only be myself; I can’t try to be someone else, or back-up what I don’t believe in. I wasn’t brought up like that. It has brought me here so far, and I love me.’
But has being blunt ever got her into trouble? She enthuses, ‘I don’t get into trouble. If I say anything anywhere, I will stand by it. I’m not the kind of girl who believes in gossip, or idle chatter. If I have anything to say, I say it and move on. If you have any problem with it, come and tell me.’
On reports that she once claimed to be half-Ghanaian, Rukky sets the records straight. ‘I think that was when I went to Ghana for the first time, and I was with some colleagues. We were just messing around and I think Yvonne Nelson told me something in Ghana that could be translated to what I tweeted at the time. It wasn’t anything serious; I don’t know why people take little things serious.’
On her new movie, Dark, she talks about it like a mother whose child is going to school for the first time; the excitement is palpable. ‘It’s extremely different from the regular movies we see out there. It’s about a woman who lost her baby during childbirth, and she actually believed it was the fault of the doctor, so she planned to kill the doctor’s child in return. Usually, I always call everybody I want to feature in my movies before I start writing, so I try to think about how they fit into the roles. When I had the idea for this movie, I thought about Van Vicker, and I told him that I wanted to write a movie for him, and I also asked if he would be free to shoot at a certain time. He was like it’s different, and that he was ready to do it. I love to write romantic movies. That is empowering to women, and generally makes women happy, but Dark is a very serious movie; a lot was involved. It’s about family, pain, and a mother’s bond to her child. It sounds the same, but it’s different because it has a twist to it.’
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She speaks more on the cast and their shared experience while on set, ‘Monalisa Chinda played the Doctor, while Van Vicker was her husband. I acted as the obsessed woman which is something I’ve never done before. I also had two buff cops in the persons of Bolanle Ninolowo and IK Ogbonna. There was also this amazing new child actor called Demarion Young who played Van’s son. It really took us a long time to get the perfect child for the movie, because we don’t have a lot of child actors in Nigeria. We held several auditions before we could get the perfect person.
The boy is so good, and he delivered his lines perfectly. He also looks so much like Van that I had to ask Van if he doesn’t have any child in Nigeria. My set is always fun and lively, and we needed it to be that way on this particular movie because the film is so serious. I had the best cast obviously.’
Dwelling on her sense of fashion, Rukky says she can never be caught wearing anything that doesn’t look good on her. She further defines fashion thus, ‘It means expressing yourself, and being comfortable in your own skin. I can never leave home without my sunglasses though, and the most
I’ve ever spent on them is about a thousand Dollars. But when it comes to what I can spend the most on in general, that’s bags and they’re ridiculously expensive.’
On how long it takes her to get dressed for events, she says, ‘It takes me just about 30 minutes to an hour if I’m not in a hurry, and if I’m pressed for time, I just wear whatever and go.’
All work and no love makes Rukky a robot, so we want to know what qualities her dream man should possess, and she sums it up with the following words: ‘He must be an amazing person with a good heart, and he should also have a sense of humour, as well as do everything I say. I like people that make me happy.’
On how she balances stardom with other aspects of her life, she quips, ‘I’m a very private person, and the only place you can ever get to see me is on Instagram and Snapchat because I don’t really go out. People don’t really know much about me, and most of what is written about me out there are false. I advise celebs to live a private life, and not to put too much information about themselves out there.’
For the legion of men out there who dream to make her their woman, she refused to state whether she’s in a relationship or not, but as regards marriage, she says, ‘By God’s grace, I’ll get married soon.’