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Stand by your nudes and leave hackers alone, Shade Ladipo tells Seyi Shay


SAeyi Shay nudes

Media personality Shade Ladipo has stylishly thrown a shade at singer Seyi Shay who earlier in the week had blamed hackers for her semi-nude photos that hit the net via her Instagram account.

This is coming after two semi-nude photos of Seyi Shay surfaced on her Instagram page, without a caption.

Shortly after the post, Seyi Shay’s management claimed her account was hacked.

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A friend of the singer identified as Latasha also took to social media to claim that the singer’s Instagram account had been hacked.

Shade Ladipo has now reacted, saying if Seyi Shay wants to show off some skin, she should do so and be ready to stand by it.

“So I want to understand. If you Instagram account gets hacked…. did they also hack your naked pictures from within the Instagram? I’m asking for my neigbour oh.

“If you want to show us Bobbie and small yansh pls do like your mates and stand by it with your full chest.

“I’m here for the whole thing but stop saying your account was hacked. We went to school Ma”  she wrote.

See screenshots of Shade Ladipo’s post below:

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See Nigerian top entertainers accused of rape



After the rape and murder of Miss Vera Uwaila Omozuwa in Benin, Edo State, the conversation around rape has popped up its ugly head once again in Nigeria.

Following the sad occurrence, a number of male entertainers in Nigeria have faced allegations ranging from inappropriate behaviour to forced sexual misconduct to rape.

Before now, Nigerians have kicked against rape and in 2019, Busola, Timi Dakolo’s wife caused a stir when she came out to allege that she was raped by popular Abuja pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo. Busola’s confession sparked off so much controversy with entertainers taking up the campaign.

However, Vera Uwaila Omozuwa’s case and death have opened a floodgate, sparked a national conversation, and put new pressure on top Nigerian male celebrities to respond.

Here is a look at eight of the top men accused since Vera Uwaila Omozuwa’s case emerged:


Music superstar, Oladapo ‘D’banj’ Oyebanjo, has been accused of rape.

This coming after D’banj took to his Instagram handle to advocating for justice against rape and murder cases.

In support of the late Omozuwa, he wrote, ‘#NoMeansNo We Need to Raise Our Sons right and Teach them to love and Respect Women. We Need Justice for Our GIRLS…Say NO to Rape, Racism, tribalism. Let us stop living in FEAR and HATE, and start living in LOVE”

A few hours later, a rape allegation was leveled against the Kokomaster by a talent manager, Benjamin Ese who claimed that the Afrobeat singer allegedly raped his friend in 2018. “Take this post down and stop clouting, stop being a preacher of Rape cos you’re a rapist,” Ese responded.

Continuing he said, “So you still have the right to post on Rape it’s been two years my friend has been traumatized over this. And as of yesterday, she threatened to commit suicide, she’s so livid and mad seeing a rapist like you post this. If you know what’s good for you please take down that post before daybreak… Some of your celebs are goats.”

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In solidarity of the fight against rape, Davido Music World act, Davido had written, “My name is Okoh Tobechukwu, I have never and will never be a rapist,” On Wednesday, an alleged victim, simply identified as Princess via her Twitter page @Jayamah22, accused Peruzzi of raping her. According to her, the Majesty singer made unwanted sexual advancement and had non-consenting sex with her sometimes in 2012.

“In the night, he started touching me without my consent, I tried to tell him that it was wrong and besides he has a girlfriend lying in between. So I left the room and went to sleep in the mini parlor upstairs, I had to leave the room because I was not comfortable anymore.

“Deep asleep, I felt someone trying to unbuckle my pants and then I woke up. And I’m like ‘Peruzzi can’t do that, it is wrong’, that is when we started struggling and he was ‘PRESSING ON MY NECK.’ At that point, struggling was very stressful, you know he tore my underwear and he raped me,” her tweet read.

A few years ago, a UK-based singer, Daffy Blanc accused the DMW artiste of attempted rape. Blanc took to her social media to narrate a terrible night she allegedly had with the singer where he attempted to assault her.


A few weeks ago, the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, went on fire when a user called out Brymo for being a rapist. The accuser shared conservations with an alleged victim of Brymo.

According to the tweet, a female fan paid him a visit in the company of another friend at his residence when he raped her. Minutes of the post, some other women also call out the ‘Ara’ singer for sexually assaulting them. Brymo responded saying that the allegations against him were false as he dares his accusers to come forward.


In 2017, Nollywood actor and producer, Yomi Fabiyi, was accused of demanding sex from one upcoming actress in exchange for a movie role.

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An Instagram user @ennygold1 said Fabiyi had solicited for sex to have her star in a movie 9 years ago.

However, the famous actor refuted the allegation as he tagged as ”pull him down by all means syndrome”

According to him, the media should try balancing their reports, saying: ”It is not in my habit to warn or be on the wrong side of the media as I believe we are in here for one another with high respect.

”But please if you are not part of this “pull him down by all means syndrome” campaign going on, I advise you to avoid letting this cheap “BLACKMAIL” seat on your portal.”


Just like Brymo, Nollywood actor Gbolahan Olatunde better known as Bollylomo was recently called out on social media for being a rapist and sexual abuser.

The actor by the same lady who accused singer Brymo of rape allegations.

She took to Twitter to share screenshots of several ladies recounting their alleged experiences with Bollylomo. According to her, Bollylomo had raped several ladies and his victims will soon come out.

Reacting to the allegations leveled against him, Bollylomo described the accusations as being false and statements made to defame his person.

“I have never raped any person,” the actor disclaimed. This is not an allegation I take lightly and as such, I have contacted my lawyers and given them a full brief on the issue, hence the reason for my delayed response in addressing these false allegations.


Another celebrity who falls on the list is Fuji maestro, Abass Akande Obesere. He was arrested after being accused of rape by one Miss Olanike Olaiya.

According to Olaiya, the sexual misconduct took place at the musician residence in Lagos after visiting him for business advice in 2014.

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For the ‘Egungun Be Careful’ singer, it was consensual, “We both enjoyed and had a nice time together. I have and will never rape a girl in my life,” he maintained in an interview.

After several investigations, the Nigerian Police, however, affirmed that the lady was a blackmailer and declared Obesere innocent. According to Ngozi Braide, the Lagos Police PRO as at the time, the accuser fabricated the report.

African China

Similarly, Nigerian Reggae/dancehall artiste, Chinagorom Onuoha aka Africa China was reportedly accused of rape by an unnamed female when he was in the UK for a show in 2006.

The shocking allegation led to the arrest of the ‘Mr. President’s singer.

Despite being known as a preacher of peace, a bunch of sensational posts stories appeared on social media against the singer.

The 41-year-old artiste agreed to sleeping in the same room with his accuser but maintained that he never raped her. African China also claimed that the white lady was drunk and couldn’t go home to avoid her mom’s wrath.

On whether the allegations have a negative effect on his music career, he says “The UK rape scandal has never been a major setback for my music because I won the case; so why will it have a negative effect on me It will only have an effect on someone who was found guilty, and in my case, I wasn’t.”


In 2015, the Egberi Papa of Bayelsa, Timaya was accused of sexual misconduct by Atlanta-based upcoming artist, Sheila B. Sheila took to social media to reveal what had transpired between her and Timaya. Reacting to the allegations, the Bayelsa born singer denied all the allegations saying it was “consensual sex.”

He admitted that he hooked up with the girl in his Atlanta hotel, but says she agreed to the sex.

“It was consensual sex, the lady was a blackmailer who wanted to dupe me off $50K.”

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Majek Fashek strayed into spiritism but couldn’t keep the rules, cousin reveals



Majek Fashek: Cause of Raggae star's death revealed
Only a few people knew the late music icon, Majek Fashek, better than his cousin and former bandmate Amos McRoy, who is now a pastor at Seed of Abraham International Christian Centre.

As cousins, McCoy and Majek started their music careers together and were part of the group called Jastix along with Black Rice who was the lead singer. One of the main gigs of the band was to play at music show ‘Music Panorama’ which aired on NTA Benin – a gig facilitated by Orits Wiliki. When the Jastix disbanded, McRoy and Majek focused on their solo careers but also remained very close.

In a 2013 interview by Musa Jibril for the defunct Entertainment Express newspaper, McRoy gave a detailed revelation of the mysterious fall of Majek who at that time had already hit rock bottom and how his adventure into Spiritism affected his craft and person.


“Many people think Majek’s problem is drug-related. Truth is Majek’s problem is spiritual. Majek strayed into spiritism. Once, while on stage, Majek said, ‘Oh, Fela is my boy. Bob Marley is my boy’.

“He made that statement during a Rothmans Show at Tafawa Balewa Square and Dede Mabiaku, Fela’s protégé, went berserk. It took the intervention of Eddie Lawani to calm him. Dede didn’t quite understand what Majek was talking about. He was taking it from the physical sense, whereas Majek was talking spiritual.

“Majek went into spiritism at a lightning speed – like jumping from kindergarten straight to the university. Without a linking bridge, he was not properly schooled. So he couldn’t keep the rules.

“Majek totally ‘crossed the line’ after the release of Prisoner of Conscience. Those days, we were sharing the same duplex at Anthony Village. I would see the Guru Maharaji people come to visit him. The same Guru Maharaji we all know, just starting out at the time. The Hare Krishna people also came. I thought ‘oh, this guy is popular, that’s why they are coming to him for one favour or another’. I didn’t know that it was deeper than that.”

Success of Send Down the Rain

“Majek released his album in April 1988. I released mine a year after. We were under the same management. We rehearsed at the same place, using the same band as back up. One day, we were coming from rehearsal; he was driving his Peugeot 505 car. One of our backup singers, Monica Omorodion (who now lives in the US), said ‘Bros Amos, why is your record not making waves like Majek’s, or The Mandators, or Kimono?’

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Majek looked at me in the rear mirror and said, ‘Don’t mind Amos. He doesn’t want to ask me the road I passed to become a star. He thinks it is good record that makes someone a star’.

When he made that statement, I gave him a knock from behind. ‘My friend shut up there! What are you doing that I am not doing?’ I said.

He switched to Benin language.

‘This is not the Majek you grew up with’, he said. Still I did not understand.

“It took me 10 years to connect the dots. Not until we went to Cote d’Ivoire in 1998 that Majek told me certain things, that I became aware, in hindsight that ‘Okay, that is what my brother was talking about back then’.

“The song ‘Send Down The Rain’ had a spiritual force behind it. That was one of the things he told me in Cote d’Ivoire. Based on what he told me, I think he ‘crossed the line’ before he released the album.

“In Cote d’Ivoire, I asked him certain questions.

His reply was: ‘Amos, are you that naive? I released Send Down The Rain, everywhere that song was played, rain must fall. Even in summer while we were on the US tour, I played Send Down The Rain and rain fell. I released Free Mandela and that month Mandela was released. I did fire (Majek Beware) the week that record was released was the week the Rodney King incident happened. That song, Fire o! Fire o! was played for almost two months in all the TV and radio stations in Los Angeles during that Rodney King episode. So, are you that naive? Don’t you reason?

“He started mentioning spiritual books. Then he told me: ‘You don’t know, I have got to the level of de Laurence [Dr. L. W. de Laurence]’. That was when I understood from which perspective he was talking when he said Fela and Bob Marley are his boys.”

“While we were growing up in the church, we were competing spiritually by fasting. There were three of us – myself, Majek and Friday Omagbon, who is now late. If Majek fasted for three days, Friday and I would go for seven days dry fasting. That was how we grew up. We were competing spiritually.

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“Once in a while, God revealed things to him which he shared with us. And those things came to pass as they were revealed to him. If he had not gone into music, he would most definitely become a minister of God. If you listen to most of his songs, like Holy Spirit, or Righteousness Take Over The Earth, he was more or less a gospel artiste.”

Weird manifestations

“I started noticing weird manifestations in him at about 1991-2. We had a show at Eko Le’Meriden Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos. To my surprise, my brother came on stage fully dressed in a native doctor’s attire instead of his regular outfit. By that time, we were not living together anymore.

“Majek’s problem is not drug-related. He took to alcoholism to get over his real problem. Failing to keep the rules of whatever he delved into, he started to hallucinate. He started seeing things.

“For instance, if he was in a room, he would tell you ‘open the door, open the window’. If you tell him the air condition is on, he would say ‘Can’t you see them spirits; you want to trap the spirits. Men, let the spirits move around’.

“He felt he could stop seeing those things by getting drunk. Till date, he has not been able to liberate himself from those spirits. Before we went to Cote d’Ivoire, we had few shows here – First at Waterparks in Ikeja, then at MUSON Centre on Lagos Island, thereafter, the eastern part of the country. By then Majek’s behaviour had become erratic. He would come on stage, unzipped his fly and started saying ‘Let me show you my d**k. I used to f**k American P***y’.

‘He broke the rules’

“The event we went for in Cote d’Ivoire was like Nigeria’s Festac 77. Black artistes from all over the world were there for one week at the Félix Houphouet-Boigny Stadium in Abidjan. The Marley family came, so was every big reggae artiste.

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“I was determined not to let him disgrace himself the way he had been doing lately in Nigeria. We got to our hotel and after allocating rooms, I stayed with him in his suite. As soon as he called room service and ordered for a bottle of brandy, I would pick the intercom immediately and cancel the order. We would begin to quarrel. For three days, I gave him close marking. He couldn’t drink alcohol. I forced him to eat.

“On the third night, around 2 a.m., while we were watching a movie in his suite, he looked at me and shook his head.

He said: ‘Amos I envy you, men’.

I said ‘What do you mean? How can you envy me, you are the star’.

He said: ‘You won’t understand. Just hold on to Christ, the way you are, he would reward you at last.’

“I started probing him. One of the questions I asked was: “All these reports about you reading the Seven Books of Moses, are you really reading them?

His reply: “Seven Books of Moses? Those are kindergarten books’.

He started mentioning books that I have never heard of in my life. He mentioned names too. That was how he came up with the line that he is getting to the level of de Laurence. He told me many things. He told me he couldn’t keep the rules. He broke the rules. But he failed to tell me what the rules were.

“It was in Lagos he mixed up with the wrong crowd, but his case worsened in the US. The circle he fell into in America complicated his problem, especially when he met a promoter called Paul (surname withheld).

“When he was signed on to Interscope Records, they brought in the producer of U2 to work on his album. That man also spiritually influenced him negatively. Those two guys were steep in spiritism. There is no difference in spiritism here in Nigeria and over there in America. The devil is the same everywhere.

“This is the irony: once Majek gets on stage, the spirit steps aside for him to perform; once he finished performing, the spirit comes back to start the torment.


Source: NewTelegraph

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I got 22 cakes on my birthday, can’t help but post it, Seyi Edun brags



I got 22 cakes on my birthday, can't help but post it, Seyi Edun brags

Nollywood actress, Seyi Edun has taken to the micro-blogging platform to brag about the number of cakes she got for her birthday.

According to the light-skinned actress, she got a total of 22 cakes but could not post all because she didn’t get a picture of them because they came in late.

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She, however, used the opportunity to appreciate those who took out time to celebrate her.

Sharing pictures of the lovely cakes, the actress wrote;

“I can’t just help but post.. Here are some beautiful pictures of my cakes, I got 22 cakes all together… I didn’t get some pics tho Cz some came in late. Thanks to everyone who celebrated me.”


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See some of the photos below:


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