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Love can solve almost all our issues, Ikechukwu speaks on death of former YBNL rapper


Ace rapper and actor, Ikechukwu Onunaku, has expressed his fears about the rising cases of depression and how many have succumbed to committing suicide which sadly has become a trend.

The raper said some of this is as a result of is the culture of rubbing ‘our successes in the faces of those who aren’t so fortunate.

The rapper said this while reacting to the death of Olanrewaju Pelepele, an upcoming rapper, who was reportedly formerly signed to YBNL records, a recording
outfit owned by alist rapper, Olamide.

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Pelepele committed suicide on 20th of September at Ikorodu. The upcoming rapper took his life a week after talking about his battle with depression on his Instagram Page.

Reacting, Ikechukwu said there is a way out of depression when people speak out to colleagues, friends, family members and the likes. He said;

“We need to be human again. Feel. Talk. We spend too much time putting others down or focusing on generating negative energy. It’s very necessary that we look out for one another.

It’s not busybody, it’s not putting your nose inside another person’s business. It’s caring. It’s sharing. It’s love. The honest truth is love can solve almost all our issues if not all. If the people in powerful positions loved their people they wouldn’t steal from them. They wouldn’t allow them to suffer while they enjoy life.

Another thing is this whole culture of rubbing our successes in the faces of those who aren’t so fortunate. It’s terrible and part of the problem. Once someone wins the first thing they say is I wanna give thanks to God.

If u really love God and his word you would do your best to lift up others. In any and every way possible. I’m not saying I’m a saint but I’m aware of what needs to be done and where we can start. My people all we need is us. All we need is love. Starting now can stop a lot of tragedy that is yet to come.”

WuzupNaija gathered that the deceased committed suicide because he was frustrated and tormented by life because of his inability to fully break into the Nigerian music industry despite 10 years of hard work.

Late Olanrewaju Pelepele

Pelepele’s post reads in part, “10 years ago, I told God to grant my fasting and prayer so that I can be successful as a musician. I told Him to take my life if I didn’t blow after putting my energy. Here, I am today. God is just unjust and I’m not sorry to say,” he had written.

“I don’t feel any belonging to this world again because I feel tormented by life.

“Three years after my 10 years dead with God, Olamide saw the talents in me and signed me to his YBNL Nation record which is like a free ticket to success but everything just crashed. Why e go be me now, wetin I do from the beginning.

“I got depressed with everything and I don’t think there’s a reason for me to stay in this world.

“Tomorrow will make it 7days of #mylastmoment note and I have already gotten this (he showed a sniper) to kill myself. God bless you all.”

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Ibrahim Chatta shares beautiful moment with his daughter as she chants Arabic recitations (Video)



Nollywood actor Ibrahim Chatta recently took to his social media handle to share series of photographs and videos of his adorable family.

In a video he uploaded, the Yoruba actor, who appeared to be on his way out was seen with his little baby girl as he chanted “la ilah illalah’ a phrase in Islam that means ‘no god but Allah’ and interestingly his little girl said the words after him.

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I hope my son, Harvey, dies before me, Katie Price says, states why



Katie Price

Reality TV star, Katie Price has confessed that she hopes her autistic son, Harvey dies before she does.

This comes just after doctors issued a stark warning about Harvey’s health.

The 42-year-old was left fearing the worst earlier this week when her eldest son was rushed to the hospital, after falling ill at daughter Princess’ birthday party.

He was discharged and is currently recovering at home. Speaking about his condition, the mum-of-five said she was warned by health experts that he is at serious risk of dying from a heart attack if they don’t make changes.

And she confessed that she hopes the 18-year-old will ‘go’ before she dies, as he won’t be able to cope without her.

“The doctors have told me he’s at high risk of having a heart attack,” she told the Sun.

“I know it’s horrible to say, but I wish he’d go before me because he wouldn’t cope without me.

“He’d be so heartbroken and wouldn’t understand where I’d gone.’ Katie also confessed her worries over Harvey’s health as he ‘weighs 27-and-a-half stone’ and gets ‘out of breath’ from walking up the stairs.

“I can’t see him living past 50 unless we sort his weight and his breathing out,” she added.

“We try everything but cutting down food is hard.’ Harvey is blind and autistic, and has also been diagnosed with Prader-Willi syndrome – which affects his speech and movement. People with Prader-Willi are constantly hungry, which can lead to obesity.

The teenager suffered from chest pains at Princess’ birthday party and was rushed to hospital in an ambulance.

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The Celebrity Big Brother winner later shared a video on YouTube, telling fans:

“He kept complaining of chest pains. I said ‘how does it feel?’ and he said ‘like needles.’ Straight away, because of his complex needs, do I call the doctor or do I call the ambulance? ‘I don’t like it when people waste ambulances’ time. He’s at high risk because of coronavirus, he’s high risk because of his obesity and the steroids he’s on and his medical condition so I did call 999.”

Katie was reportedly supported by ex-husbands Kieran Hayler and Peter Andre over the ordeal.

“Both Pete and Kieran messaged Katie afterwards, offering help and support,” an insider told the Sun.

“She’s on really good terms with them now and they were both Harvey’s stepdad once, and he’s their children’s brother.

“They were both relieved when Harvey was discharged and went home.”

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Chimamanda shares fond photos taken with her dad to mourn him (Video)



Chimamanda Adichie

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is still mourning her father, Professor James Nwoye Adiche, who died on June 10, 2020, at the age of 88.

In a tribute to him posted on Facebook, the renowned author detailed the events leading up to his death.

She also spoke about some of the plans they made for the future.

She spoke of her pain; how she cried for days till her side muscles ached, how she screamed and pounded things, and how much she misses him.

She accompanied her words with a video showing her and her father together at different points in their life.

Professor Adichie, Odelu Ora Abba, was Nigeria’s first professor of Statistics. He studied Mathematics at Ibadan and got his PhD in Statistics from Berkeley.

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Mourning him, the Half of a Yellow Sun author wrote:

“And just like that my life has changed forever. June 7, there was Daddy on our weekly family zoom call, talking and laughing. June 8, he felt unwell. Still, when we spoke he was more concerned about my concussion (I’d fallen while playing with my daughter).

“June 9, we spoke briefly, my brother Okey with him. “Ka chi fo,” he said. His last words to me. June 10, he was gone.

“Because I loved my father so much, so fiercely, so tenderly, I always at the back of my mind feared this day. But he was in good health. I thought we had time. I thought it wasn’t yet time. I have come undone. I have screamed, shouted, rolled on the floor, pounded things. I have shut down parts of myself…

“Sleep is the only respite. On waking, the enormity, the finality, strikes – I will never see my father again. Never again. I crash and go under. The urge to run and run, to hide from this. The shallow surface of my mind feels safest because to go deeper is to face unbearable pain. All the tomorrows without him, his wisdom, his grace.

“We talked almost daily. I sent him my travel itineraries. He would text me just before I got on a stage: Ome ife ukwu! Nothing else mattered to me as much as the pride in his eyes.

“I saw him last on March 5th in Abba. I had planned to be back in May. We planned to record his stories of my great grandmother…”

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