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Ghanaian actress, Akuapem poloo, strips down to celebrate Valentine’s Day

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Controversial actress/social media sensation, Rosemond Brown popularly known as Akuapem Poloo, has shared some risque images of herself to celebrate Valentines Day.

The explicit photos of Akuapem Poloo were shared just this morning on her official Instagram handle and it has garnered wild reactions on social media.

The mother of one has consistently for over one year been involved in one controversy after the other and she has no intentions of slowing down anytime soon.

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Whiles some are condemning her for such an outfit, others are busy praising her for being daring and looking stunning in the photos.

 

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❣❣❣HAPPY CHOCOLATE DAY 📸by @arxstudios MUA @humblessignature 👗@debbys_world Hair by @hairtotoegh 👠@mira_kloset

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Love is a promise, love is a souvenir, once given never forgotten, never let it disappear. Happy Valentine’s day everyone

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My story should be an inspiration to people, Hushpuppi says

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Suspected internet fraudster, Ramon Abbas, popularly known as Hushpuppi, has told Nigerians to see his story as a source of hope and inspiration.

Hushpuppi made the comments in a video which surfaced on social media after he was arrested in Dubai and extradited to the United States.

“Una suppose use my story do documentary to give people hope,” the 37-year-old said in Pidgin English in the five-minute video.

“But una feel say people no deserve hope, na suffer they must dey use to. Una believe say na wetin I deserve na to suffer.”

The social media celebrity said bad government had deprived many, including his mother in the Niger Delta region, of a good life.

“What about people in Badagry, people in Agege, enjoyment reach their side? he asked.

“What about people wey dey Ebonyi state? Not for once, I don watch news, I don hearsay one development don reach Ebonyi. All those places dem no be Nigerians, dem no deserve enjoyment?”

Hushpuppi is believed to have recorded the video following questions about his source of money.

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Before his arrest, he flaunted his wealth on social media, posing in private jets, luxury cars and houses.

“Una come look say meat wey I dey chop for abroad na him dey affect Nigeria, na him make Nigeria no good, I no deserve to chop meat, I no deserve to wear better clothes, I no even deserve to look like human being,” he said.

The Nigerian is facing criminal charges in the US for defrauding and conspiring to steal millions of dollars from victims around the world.

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Mo Abudu’s EbonyLife set to go off DStv

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Media entrepreneur, Mo Abudu, has announced that her EbonyLife TV will no longer be available on DStv from July 31.

The 55-year-old made the announcement on Friday, July 3.

EbonyLife shows, she said, will be available on EbonyLife ON, a digital video-on-demand (VoD) service available on Google and iOS stores.

“Remember when we used to wait for a whole week to watch our favourite TV shows? Well, those days are gone forever! Now, we can binge on the whole series if we want to. Therefore, we have decided that EbonyLife TV will no longer be available on DStv from 31st July 2020.”

“Our flagship series, like Castle & Castle and Sons of the Caliphate are already on Netflix, along with our blockbuster films, like Fifty, The Wedding Party, Chief Daddy and The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, she added.

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The latest development comes exactly two years after EbonyLife announced that it had ended its exclusivity with DStv and began broadcasting on StarTimes from August 1, 2018.

MultiChoice Africa launched EbonyLife TV in July 2013 on DStv across Africa outside of South Africa.

The channel was added a year later in September 2014 for South African viewers.

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Although it resonated with viewers West and East Africa, EbonyLife failed to make inroads with South and Southern African viewers.

While EbonyLife and MultiChoice are pulling the plug on their relationship, Abudu has found another partner in Netflix for which she will be producing plays by Wole Soyinka and Lola Shoneyin for the screen.

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Your View TVC host, Morayo Brown shares near-death experience as she clocks 40

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Your View TVC host, Morayo Afolabi-Brown is celebrating her 40th birthday today.

To celebrate this special day, the beautiful host has shared her near-death experience, recounting how she was deformed, dumb, crippled, and left in a coma after a car accident on her way to see her dad in the US, twenty-one years ago.

According to her she never thought she would be able to walk again or finish her education or even get anyone to marry her with all her scars until God miraculously came to her rescue…

Sharing her story, she wrote;

“Twenty-one years ago, I got in a car accident on my way to see my Dad in the US. The car flipped 4 times on route 1 and hung on a tree. They got a chopper to cut me loose and fly me to Rutgers University Teaching Hospital, New Jersey. I was in coma for 4days. My mother, immediately flew in to sit by my hospital bed. I was discharged after 2weeks of recovery in the hospital. Then, therapy started. I lost part of my memory. I had to go through speech therapy to speak again. I lost 6 inches of my right thigh. They had to insert a 12 inch rod (still in my thigh) and four long screws, 2 in my hips and 2 in my knee. My ankle also crushed. I was confined to a wheel chair, later crutches and then booths for 8months before I could finally walk. I was deformed and defaced with scars. I also had a skull fracture that left my head split. Didn’t think I would walk again or finish my education. I didn’t even think anyone would marry me with all these scars. I was a Christian and people started praying for me. Churches came from all over my local county to pray for me because the news made the local papers. My mother couldn’t believe the free love and support from the church during that time. It moved her to become a Christian when she returned to Nigeria. My Dad also converted when he got home. God saved me and gave me another chance of life. Today, I celebrate my scars, as I turn 40yrs. @tybello for insisting I share testimony again. These are my real x-ray photos. The metals are never going to be removed. Please help me to praise Jesus for saving my life.

 

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Twenty-one years ago, I got in a car accident on my way to see my Dad in the US. The car flipped 4 times on route 1 and hung on a tree. They got a chopper to cut me loose and fly me to Rutgers University Teaching Hospital, New Jersey. I was in coma for 4days. My mother, immediately flew in to sit by my hospital bed. I was discharged after 2weeks of recovery in the hospital. Then, therapy started. I lost part of my memory. I had to go through speech therapy to speak again. I lost 6 inches of my right thigh. They had to insert a 12 inch rod (still in my thigh) and four long screws, 2 in my hips and 2 in my knee. My ankle also crushed. I was confined to a wheel chair, later crutches and then booths for 8months before I could finally walk. I was deformed and defaced with scars. I also had a skull fracture that left my head split. Didn’t think I would walk again or finish my education. I didn’t even think anyone would marry me with all these scars. I was a Christian and people started praying for me. Churches came from all over my local county to pray for me because the news made the local papers. My mother couldn’t believe the free love and support from the church during that time. It moved her to become a Christian when she returned to Nigeria. My Dad also converted when he got home. God saved me and gave me another chance of life. Today, I celebrate my scars, as I turn 40yrs. @tybello for insisting I share testimony again. These are my real x-ray photos. The metals are never going to be removed. Please help me to praise Jesus for saving my life.

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