A closer look at Wizkid’s new video, Pepsi’s real inspiration and more | See our top 10 photos from the past week

A woeful attempt at unifying the world through an ad backfired at Pepsi and Kendall Jenner this week when the world actually united to call the Cola-manufacturers out on their folly via social media. But that’s not all that happened and you’ll see in our top 10b photos from the past week:


Senator Dino Melaye

Senator Dino Melaye has finally proven that he has no capacity to stop being the “joke” as he shared photos from his visit to his alma mater on his Instagram page where he has his certificate raised for all who care to see. He posted it 3 different times! In case you missed it.

Aren’t they a crazy bunch, the internet people? But when you think about it, what else can we say about the current dynamics between the Senate and the Presidency?

What you are looking at is the Zenith Bank Statement of Account of Stephanie Otobo who won’t let the adultery allegations she brought against Apostle Suleiman rest.

A still from Wizkid’s new video from his song, Come Closer on which Drake was featured. The only thing is Drake does not feature in the video. 

This past week has been hell for the people of Syria. Not only was there a horrible attack in the country that killed hundreds of innocent civilians, there was another on Thursday. The second was ordered by President Trump, ostensibly to serve as a warning to Bashar Al-Assad who he, and many others claim was behind Tuesday’s attack on his people. The one ordered by America was “targeted” but it still killed 9 civilians  including 4 kids.

Pepsi got it all wrong this week. In an ad that rolled out globally on Wednesday, the Cola giant siad they tried gto project a global image but all the world saw was Kendall Jenner handing a can of Pepsi to cool down a heated protest.

On the left is a still from the Pepsi ad and on the right is a real life scene showing a defiant Ieshia Evans at a #BlackLivesMatter rally in front of fully armed policemen who were ready to get violent. It must be said however that Pepsi has said that their inspiration was a photo named “Flower Power” which shows a Vietnamese war protester placing a daisy in front of a policeman’s barrel with love:

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Madonna could not help being a Petty Betty just a day after Pepsi’s misfortune as she released this very red, very Coca-Colaresque photo via her Twitter.

Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun engaged an audience in a Facebook Live Chat last week. She tried ti explain all of the work that the Ministry has been doing towards reviving the economy in a more up-to-date fashion.


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