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Power star Rotimi Akinosho acquires luxury apartment in Lagos

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Nigeria-American actor, Rotimi Akinosho, has acquired a very expensive property in the highbrow Ikoyi area of Lagos state.

The ‘Power’ star took to his Twitter page on Wednesday, December 11, 2019, to announce his purchase.

According to him, he didn’t buy the house on mortgage but paid in full for the property.

“As a Bday gift to myself. I bought a penthouse in one of the most prime locations in Lagos w/ no mortgage (ikoyi) full-on paid for. It’s important we know the value of real estate & legacy money. #InvestInYourSelf,” he tweeted.

Even though he didn’t share a photo of the property, we know for sure that it is going to be one beautiful edifice.

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We wish the actor and singer a happy belated birthday.

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Ned Nwoko confirms Regina Daniels is pregnant (Photos)

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Reginal Daniels’ husband, Prince Ned Nwoko, has confirmed on his Instagram account that they are both expecting their first child together.

The billionaire broke the news on Instagram moments ago.

He shared photos of the heavily pregnant Regina Daniels and captioned it;

“It is now official. I am excited to announce that my baby is having a baby ❤️ @regina.daniels”

Reports claim that the politician acquired a house for Daniels in an undisclosed location in London, United Kingdom, for her to stay her ahead of the baby’s arrival.

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COVID-19: Bafta TV Awards to be held behind closed doors

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This year’s Bafta Television Awards will be broadcast from behind closed doors because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

BAFTA-winning comedian Richard Ayoade will host from a closed studio, and winners will give acceptance speeches virtually.

Both the TV and craft awards were due to take place on May 17, but will now happen on July 31, with nominations to be announced on June 4.

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The craft awards will now be streamed online on July 17, hosted by Stephen Mangan, while the TV awards will be broadcast on BBC One on July 31.

Ayoade, who will host the show for the first time, said: “I am as surprised as you are that this is still going ahead.”

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Mangan, who is returning as host of the craft awards for the ninth year, added:

“The format might have to change a little this year, but nothing will stop me putting on a black tie and celebrating their success.”

Amanda Berry, chief executive at Bafta, said:

“We are delighted to confirm the new dates and formats for both the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards and the British Academy Television Craft Awards this year.

“We want to celebrate and reward the talented individuals who make up the television industry, both behind and in front of the camera, many of whom have continued to entertain and inform the nation in recent weeks.”

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Here’s why Huddah Monroe will never protest against the killing of Black men

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Kenyan socialite, Huddah Monroe has said she is saddened by racism and the killing of Black men, however, she will “never” protest for Black men because they are racist to Black women and treat White women better than they treat Black women.

She said Black men only remember Black women when they are down and being discriminated against. She added that when they become successful, they go for white women and bash Black women.

She said Black men shame Black women for their looks and skin colour while comparing them unfavourably to White women. She added that the White women Black men do these for are only interested in Black men because of their pockets.

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She said that until racism is addressed in all it’s forms, including the discrimination Black women suffer in the hands of Black men, she will not protest on behalf of black men.

She wrote:

“A place where black man can’t prosper without looking suspect is not a place I can live. America is thrash to me, I have gone their many times but I never felt safe. That place is creepy, they sell y’all a dream.”

She added; “Police brutality is bad but how alot of black men disrespect their own black women.

“I could careless. I would never go protest on their behalf. To each their own because when you have money. The other race is better than your own. Let them fight for you.

“Keep the same energy! And a lot of black women need to wake up and don’t let nobody disrespect you or make you feel insecure about yourself because you ain’t lighter or whiter. You are beautiful! Remember that!

“Black men make black women bleach their skin because they idolize lighter skin woman and treat them better.

“Imagine that! Racist against your own race! Selfishness of the highest order’ Damn!

“A lot of successful black men are super racist to their own black women. Never happened to me but I hear them speak and I put them on check. So let is address this issue of racism on all levels.

“Black men are also racist to their own back women. Some foolish bastards think dating a white woman gives him power and makes him look successful. Why will they not disrespects and kill you?

“A White woman only entertain a black man cause of his pocket, not because he looks good or f*cks better. I see how they treat their Nigga boyfriends but bush men think they looking successful.

“Once a Nigga falls off that’s when he remembers his black women. Y’all stupid as f*ck especially black American men and few bush lame African men. Y’all make them feel special and better than you. Why won’t they kill you?”

She ended it all with this:

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