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Cardi B woke up at 9 pm checked her Instagram and saw Tami Roman speaking about her pregnancy reports.
Cardi’s performance in Trinidad on Thursday night was well received but the images from her set only serve to add more fuel to the chatters about her pregnancy. Of course, she already addressed the rumors saying she is just eating well and putting on a little weight. Some folks don’t buy it but that’s her explanation. Love and Hip Hop personality Tami Roman went a step further and post a video of herself telling Cardi B to make a formal announcement on her pregnancy. She also begged the rapper not to come for her but she still did and something tells me that this is only the beginning.
“I really like Cardi am a fan of hers I think that she is funny and all and I met her on the red carpet one time and I told her that I was proud of what she was doing and that hasn’t changed,” Tami Roman said.
“Don’t come for me Cardi because this is just my opinion and it matters to nobody but me,” she continues. “So let me state my opinion and its all in love. On the picture, you look pregnant. Now I know you said that you’re just getting fat and that’s okay too but am just saying it looked pregnant, that pregnant lady belly that’s what it looks like about two-three months I don’t know… Just make the announcement.”
Tami Roman has since deleted the video but the damage was already done, all the blogs already ran with it. Cardi B got word of it and fired off a fiery statement before going back to take her nap.
“I got home at 9 a.m. from the studio,” the Bronx rapper wrote. “I slept all the way till 1 pm. I woke up and did a couple of fittings. I went back home about 4 p.m. I drank tea glass of orange juice and popped some Tylenol to sweat a fever out you know regular minding my business type of sh*t. I woke up at 9 p.m., and I see that mother****er is talking about me. Why the f*** are you talking about me? I don’t ever talk about other people!!! I am talking about my s*** but not about other people especially if I don’t know you. So why is my name in your mouth? Do I make a check for you? Do I f*** with you? Am I eating your pu**y? Am I helping you find a job? So why is cardi B in your f****ng mouth?”
“I don’t understand how I be minding my business and people find ways to talk about me maybe there’s not enough jobs out there,” Cardi B added.
Controversies surrounding the death of popular Ghanaian singer who passed away after a ghastly motor accident is still unfolding after a latest development.
Latest reports have claimed that the corpse of the military officer, Francis Atisu Vondee, who died in the car crash alongside Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Ebony, will face court-martial.
It was gathered from Burma camp that the Lance corporal asked for a sick leave but ended up in Mankranso, where he met his untimely death.
According to the sources at the military high command, Vondee who was in a military uniform at the time of the accident, was not officially deployed for the bodyguard duties.
Being dead, his uniform will be hanged in the guardroom for 40 days after which his body be released to the family for burial. His family “could also be denied his benefits” due him, including insurance packages.
Kenyan-Born French long-distance runner, Abraham Kiprotich, has finished first at the Lagos City Marathon to emerge the winner of the Access Bank Lagos City Marathon, 2018 with a record breaking timing of 2hrs 8mins.
The Lagos City Marathon is an annual athletic event hosted by the Lagos State Government which brings athletes and people from different countries around the continent to compete in the 26 miles event in order to win the goal prize.
Ethiopian lady Herpha Guta also emerged as the first female to finish the 2018 edition of the Access Bank Lagos City Marathon.
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Veteran Nigerian Comedian, Julius Agwu, has spoken about how he’d have been dead by now during an interview with Saturday Beats, but all glory be to God.
During the interview, the humour merchant noted that he had died but woke up when he was being conveyed to the mortuary.
Like a Nollywood movie, the comedian said that while he was unconscious, he had an encounter with some people he knew had died and he would have remained dead if his father who had died 12 years ago did not chase him back to the land of the living.
“The truth is that I would not have been alive if not for God. I died and woke up; I literally died and woke up. I say that authoritatively because I know that I had an encounter with people that I know had died during that period. I saw my father who died about 12 years ago; he was the one that came and chased me back to the world because it was not my time. I died here in Nigeria but woke up when they were taking me to the mortuary. That was the first time I had a seizure in my house but my wife stood by me. God would keep on blessing my wife; I believe that God gave me my wife and I always thank him for her. I bless God that she stayed despite everything that happened to me. They were taking me to a mortuary but to God be the glory, my hand moved and that was the point they returned me to the hospital. Here I am today. The encounter made me realize that there is nothing as good as rest. It is very important to sleep. I work so hard and I believe that of all comedians in Nigeria, I am the only one with so many brands, I have Crack Ya Ribs, Laff for Christ’s Sake and Festival of Love.”
Speaking for the first time since his second visit to the hospital over the tumours in his brain, Agwu told Saturday Beats that he had a relapse because he did not rest properly after his first surgery.
“What happened was that they did an MRI scan and they detected that I had two growths. They removed a tumour at the back of my head which was the size of a golf ball and the other tumour was close to my brain. They advised me that if they touched the other tumour, it could be fatal. They gave me drugs to shrink the tumour but I did not rest well and that is why it came back last year. I did not rest at all, after my surgery in America, I resumed doing my shows. I thank God for everything.
“The truth is that I am back and better. I just want to use this opportunity to tell the people that God is great and this is a time we should all reflect on our life. I would not lie to you, things are not easy in the country and many people are running away from Nigeria. ‘Crack Ya Rib’ was the first Nigerian show that went to London and after that, everybody started taking their shows there. I thank God that ‘Crack Ya Rib’ paved the way for other shows,” said Agwu.
Being the humour peddler that he is, the funnyman said that some people including his dear friend and colleague, Okey Bakassi, believe that his illness was a spiritual attack simply because he once showed interest to contest as the governor of Rivers State.
“We live in a country where people are funny. Remember there was a time I made it public that I wanted to contest as a governor for my state, now, people have advised me not to try it again because they believe that my illness was a spiritual attack. We live in a country where people test your power when you announce that you want to contest for an office. My good friend, Okey Bakassi, told me that the illness was a spiritual attack and pleaded with me not to try it again. He said that there was a time he also thought of contesting for a political office but that something happened to him which he said he would never forget. I just kept on laughing,” he said.
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The management of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, is yet to come to terms with an explanation by an official in the Makurdi, Benue office of the Board that proceeds from the sale of admission scratch cards in the state, totaling N36million have been swallowed from the cash vault by a mystery snake that comes in the night.
The mystery snake was said to have sneaked into the account office of the Board in Makurdi, a number of time, and made away with the N36m.
A sales clerk, Philomina Chieshe, told JAMB registrar and his team that she could not account for the N36m she made in previous years before the abolition of scratch cards. In the course of interrogation, Philomena denied the allegations that she stole the money.
She however confessed that it was her housemaid that connived with another JAMB staff, Joan Asen, to “spiritually” steal the money from the vault in the account office.
Philomina, in her confessional statement, said that Joan Asen and her accomplices confessed that they have been stealing the money “spiritually” through a mysterious snake that always sneak into the office to swallow the money from the vault.
According to her “It was a mystery to me too. I have been saving the money in the bank, but I found it difficult to account for it. So I started saving it in a vault in the office. But each time I open the vault, I will find nothing.”