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“I am not the Alaafin’s 13th wife” – Nigerian Lady, Chioma, whose photos with her ex-fiance, trended speaks out.

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Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Olayiwola made headlines few days ago, after it was announced that the king married a 13th wife named Chioma.

The Alaafin and his new wife Chioma, made their first public appearance at the installation ceremony of Chief Tomori Williams as the Aare Onikoyi of Yorubaland, a ceremony which took place at his Palace in Oyo State.

Following the report, rumor and photo of a lady identified as Nwadike Chiomastarted trending as many speculated that the new wife of Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III dumped her fiance to marry the 82-year-old traditional ruler.

Reacting to the claims, Nwadike Chioma in a statement on her Social media page, debunked the rumor as false, while stating she is not the wife of the Alaafin.

According to her, she is not the Alaafin’s new wife, says her pictures were falsely tied to that of the King.

Read her statement below.

My name is Chioma Nwadike, yesterday, being the 12th day of march 2021, my attention was drawn to online media posts making rounds of my “marriage” allegedly to the Alaafin of Oyo as his 13th wife. Recall that about a day or two ago the news that the Alaafin had allegedly taken a 13th wife whose name happened to be Chioma was on social media, which news I read as well.

It is rather pathetic that yesterday the 12th day of March 2021, I discovered that my photos were attached to the marriage news of the Alaafin and has since been heavily publicized by blogs and news pages across various social media platforms. I trended wrongly on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, as I was taken out to be a person who left her husband to be the Alaafin’s 13th wife. These false posts are all over the Internet and have amassed an unquantifiable number of views by Nigerians, including my friends, family and business associates.

However, at the risk of not joining issues with these bloggers who have already achieved their nefarious aim of bringing my name to disrepute, I am putting out this statement, categorically debunking these rumors to be false, unfounded and malicious as this is clearly the work of mischief makers, who would stop at nothing to malign my image.

The person in the picture is my estranged husband from a failed marriage, the aftermath of which, I am still suffering till today. These past few months have been a turbulent ride for me, evident by this current false news and defamatory posts. I have also despite this instant news, received other numerous defamatory posts/comments on my Facebook account, people have sent private inbox messages to my friends, and even fake social media accounts have been created to troll and harass me, which made me deactivate my Facebook page, just so I can have a semblance of peace. Sadly, reasons for these acts, merely orchestrated to malign and dent my image remains inexplicable to me.

It is rather unfathomable as to why I am being singled out to be diminished in the eyes of Nigerians even whilst still going through the emotional and painful rigors of an extremely messy divorce proceeding, which is still pending in court and wherein my estranged husband and his Lawyers have applied every dilatory tactic to stall the conclusion of the case for reasons I wouldn’t want to state now.

Regrettably, these false and rather demeaning publications have now perturbed and created an unnecessarily traumatic environment amongst my family, friends and colleagues who found it very hard to harbor the believe that I purportedly jilted my estranged husband in order to marry the Alaafin of Oyo.

To all those who have worked tirelessly since yesterday to help debunk this unfounded news making waves in the social media space in whatever way they can, I am eternally grateful for believing in me and protecting my vulnerabilities as a Nigerian woman, who is prone to ridicule and shame to the highest bidders.
i am consulting with my Lawyers, who will, in due course, commence appropriate legal actions.”


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Singer, Temmie Ovwasa recounts how she had s!x with her lesbian partner at the back of a church she had gone to perform

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Nigerian singer, Temmie Ovwasa who is open about her sexuality as a Lesbian, has narrated how she made out with her girlfriend at the back of a church.

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According to the singer, when she was 17, she went to a church to perform and then made out with her girlfriend at the back of the church.

Narrating the experience on Twitter, she wrote,

“I was 17 when I accepted an invitation to perform in a church in a town that was 6-7hrs away, just so I could see my girlfriend(asuu strike). The bus broke down in the middle of the road, that didn’t faze me. we made out at the back of the church after I performed. God is Good”.

See her post below,

See how people reacted below,

@preccyclara wrote, “Your lucky thunder didn’t strike you”.

@thehustlespiceking, “You’ve been a les since u were 17 or younger and e make sense to you. Na only God fit help you. Just a matter of time”.

@pretty.juddy, “God is too merciful😢

😢… If na Sango, e for don strike you like that o”.


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“3 months without your child is a pain no mother should feel” – Tonto Dikeh pleads for the release of convicted actress, Akuapem Poloo

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Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh has taken to social media to advocate for the freedom of Ghanaian actress, Akuapem Poloo, who was convicted for posing naked with her child.

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Recall that social media went agog after the actress was sentenced to 90 days (3 months) in prison for posting the nude photo on her Instagram page.

Tonto Dikeh pleads

Some netizens have started signing a petition to request for the release of Poloo and Tonto Dikeh has also lent her voice to the cause. She also appealed to Nigerians to sign the petition.

he wrote,

“One thing They always say is No one can tell a Mother how to bring Up her Child, it only becomes society responsibilities when you are hurting the child.
In this case i see no hurt here, Can i take same picture? No I cldnt, not even in the next life but Am different doesn’t mean The Act is Totally wrong when it’s in the privacy of your home alone.
BUT THE PICTURES ARE Morally Wrong? YES.
CLASSLESS? YES Sir but Not Bad enough to Go to Jail?
No I don’t think so..
Dear Nigerians pls show some Love/support let’s get this petition document filled up and get Our Girl back home..
Thanks
#freeapollo
#Wecantfightthelawbutwecanhelpchangethejudgement”


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Ramadan: Songs You Should Delete On Your Phone During This Period

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Ramadan is the Arabic name for the ninth month in the Islamic calendar.

It is considered one of the holiest Islamic months. It’s also one of the Five Pillars of Islam. These are five principles which Muslims believe are compulsory acts ordered by God.

Muslims believe that some of the first verses of the Islamic holy book, the Qu’ran, were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad during the month of Ramadan. Extra emphasis is placed on reciting the Qu’ran at this time.

Fasting is considered to be an act of worship, which enables Muslims to feel closer to God and strengthen their spiritual health and self-discipline.
Ramadan being considered as an act of worship and an era of cleanliness. There are songs you musn’t listen to during these period.

1. Naira Marley ft Busiswah – Coming

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Although, Coming was initially banned within 12hours of its release. Coming happens to be a song with sex lyrics which could make someone to become horny in minutes. Islam doesn’t give audience for bad songs and lifestyles during this period of Ramadan. Trashing Coming by Naira Marley ft Busiswah would help you a lot. The main reason is that it contains explicit lyrics and Naira Marley page on Instagram is also a taboo for Muslims during this period.


2. Kilofeshe – Zinoleesky

Kilofeshe by Zinoleesky is a catchy record and a general favourite that was one of the biggest songs of the latter end of the previous year. But the song advises and advocates for the listener to do however they please and this goes against the core belief of Ramadan whereby personal desires and pleasures are to take a backseat.

So this holy period, you might want to have a rethink on doing as you please as the lines of the song say and rather, listen to the words of the Holy Quran which is the reason for the season.

READ ALSO: Abstain From Sins During This Ramadan – Tinubu Advises Nigerians 


3. Bounce – Rema

With the period of Ramadan comes the cautionary saying to ‘lower your gaze’ and also to ‘purify your intentions.’ These phrases are important where and when booties you have no business watching are concerned. So unlike Rema who was on a rampage for bouncing booties on his hit song Bounce, this Ramadan is a time to embark on a journey of holiness instead.


4. Naira Marley – Soapy

Soapy, as popularized by street-hop singer and rapper, Naira Marley simply means masturbation. This is a sin in Islam and during the Holy Month should be avoided as abstinence from sexual activity that isn’t between married couples is a no-no during the Holy Month.


5. Omah Lay – Ye Ye Ye

Scientists have made it known that despite being an activity from which pleasure may be derived, sex is also an energy-consuming activity. Well now it’s Ramadan and Allah would rather you convert that energy into consecrating yourself and worshipping him for pleasures beyond the bodily realm. As a result, it is advised you do away with any thoughts and actions which will sap your energy and holiness as you go ‘ye ye ye’ like Omah Lay in his explicit song, thus titled, about sex.


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