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Tiwa Savage Rumoured Marriage Crisis Deepens, Unveils New ManagerClick for Full Image Size Last week, Friday to be precise, Nigeriafilms.com reported that the few months marriage of top Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage and her manager turned husband, Teebliz was at the verge of hitting the rocks.

However, family members are still trying to pacify Tiwa not to walk out of the marriage.

It is also no longer news that Teebillz no longer manages Tiwa Savage, the artiste he helped to limelight, and that they no longer attend events together because of their alleged marital issues.

The latest coming from the Mavin Records first last lady is that she now has a new manager called Emeka aka Mekka Millions.

The new manager, who now goes to most events with her, is a protégé of TeeBillz.

He has been the one picking calls directed to Tiwa Savage’s lines...he also currently manages fast rising rapper, Olusegun Olowokere aka Iceberg Slim.

This latest development is giving many that the speculated marriage issues might have deepens further


Video: ‘Nicki Minaj: My Truth’ [Episode 2]

Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj shared more of her journey on the second episode of her E! reality show “Nicki Minaj: My Truth.” The 30-minute episode picked up where she left off last week on the set of “The Boys.”
She meets up with choreographer Laurieann Gibson to rehearse for her “Pink Friday: Reloaded” tour, going over outfits and learning some new moves including one involving a stripper pole. Although Nicki is hesitant to slide down it at first, she eventually gives in.

Lil Wayne makes a cameo when Nicki visits him at The Hit Factory in Miami so he can record his verse for her new song “Hell Yeah” (His verse ended up on “High School”).
She also addresses her infamous feud with fellow “American Idol” judge Mariah Carey. She refuted the comments Mariah told Barbara Walters (“If I had a gun, I would shoot that bitch”) and fired back at “The View” host (“Am I not good enough for you to get my side ’cause I’m a little black girl that raps?”).

“Twenty minutes before that happened, she egged me on,” Nicki told Young Money president Mack Maine. “I stormed off the stage ’cause I didn’t want to do that. I left and when I came back, it was another jab…. She’s admitted that she did not want another female doing the show thinking that somebody was coming to steal her shine.”
The episode ends with her shooting her part for Alicia Keys’ "Girl on Fire" video at her mansion in Malibu.
Watch the full episode below.



The President of the Christian Association of Nigeria and founder of Warri -based Word of Life Bible Church, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, on Saturday joined the league of Nigerian preachers who own private jets.

Oritsejafor's jet, marked N431CB, was announced to the congregation during the 40th year anniversary of the church, which coincided with his birthday held on the church premises in Warri, Delta State.

The announcement of the 10-Seater Bombadier/Challenger 601 Aircraft elicited a loud ovation and applause from the congregation.
Although the cost of the aircraft was not disclosed, an updated version of the 1994 series of the aircraft reportedly costs $4.9m.

Jubilant worshippers spent over 15 minutes congratulating one another, while the cleric did not make any comment on the jet, which was said to have been purchased for him by the church.
At the event, President Goodluck Jonathan, who was the special guest, asked Nigerians to be steadfast and seek strength in the country’s diversity, despite the numerous challenges confronting the nation.

According to him, the country will overcome its challenges if the people can draw positively from their areas of strength.
The President extolled the virtues of Oritsejafor.
He said, “I can say without any equivocation that Oritsejafor, from the very humble beginning in 1972, has moved from strength to strength. Today, he is a Christian visionary leader who preaches the words of God clearly and eloquently as a good shepherd, a man of vision who has served as an interface between the country’s two major religions.
“He has earned his respect among his peers and this explains why he is holding the two very important positions in Christendom in Nigeria as the President of CAN, and President of Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria.”
In his remarks, Oritsejafor, said if Nigeria must reclaim its lost glory and be great again, all Nigerians must be ready to put the nation first, and be ready to make sacrifices.
He said rather than dwelling on the things that were capable of dividing the country, people should begin to do things that would impact positively on the lives of the people.

 Rihanna Talks Chris Brown Duet, Beyoncé, and ‘Unapologetic’ on Facebook Live


With only 11 days to go until her seventh album Unapologetic is released, Rihanna sat down with Bravo’s Andy Cohen at Facebook’s New York headquarters for “Facebook Live.” A few of her 62 million Facebook fans were in the audience and sent in questions.

The pop megastar spoke about reading rumors on blogs, listening to “ratchet” songs like “Bandz a Make Her Dance” and “Pop That” (“I don’t like listening to pop music in the car”), the impact of Hurricane Sandy, and sounded off on her peers including Beyoncé (“Gorgeous, a stab to my self-esteem”), Lady Gaga, and Nicki Minaj. When asked if she and Chris Brown are together, she said “no.”

On her duet with Chris, “Nobody’s Business”: “‘Nobody’s Business’ is basically the way I look at everything regarding my personal life. Even though you have to witness it, it’s being documented at every second, it still is mine. This is mine at this point. When it gets to my music and stuff like that, I’ll give and I’ll give and I’ll give, and I just feel like I need to keep a little bit for me that I get to the side.”

On wanting to be the “black Madonna”: “Madonna is one of those artists that she was very self-expressive. She was bold, she was fearless. All those are things that I looked up to as a young woman. I wanted to be all those things.”

On where she wants to be in 30 years: “I wanna be skinny, I wanna be fierce… I hope my tits are still sitting up.”

On her album title Unapologetic: “It’s very true. It’s raw. It’s honest. It’s storytelling, even the way it flows on the album. It takes you on a journey.”
On why her late grandmother Dolly inspires her: “She’s just a complete woman. If I could even make it to half that, I would be in great, great hands.”
Check out the full interview below.

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