- Victony welcomes his first child, Amara
- Moelogo reveals he once contemplated suicide
- Tolani Baj’s dating life sparks controversy
- DJ Cuppy says she’s hopeful for the future despite failed engagement with Ryan Taylor
Victony welcomes his first child, Amara
Talented Nigerian singer-songwriter Anthony Ebuka Victor (Victony) announced his excitement on social media with a picture of his first daughter, Amara.
The singer (22) posted a picture of his daughter holding onto his finger on his Instagram story, announcing that he was now a father to his fans and followers.
Moelogo reveals he once contemplated suicide
Mohammed Animashaun (Moelogo), a British-Nigerian artist, bared it all in an interview with Cool FM that a false accusation had caused him to consider and attempt suicide.
He blamed it all on fame as he said some people he once called friends had conspired and blackmailed him because of his wealth.
“I used to think people who commit suicide were weak until it happened to me. Then I realised it is not about you being strong; it can happen to anybody,” he said.
“I heard my friends planning what they were about to do, and I just cried. It was wild. The audio evidence was what saved me from the law.”
Tolani Baj’s dating life sparks controversy
A few weeks ago, ex-BBN housemate Tolani Baj revealed that all she could bring to a table in any relationship was her “sweet and succulent coochie,” as that was enough to sustain her relationships.
However, last weekend, she stated that she had been through 7 failed relationships, and no good men were in the dating pool.
She complained that the only men left on the streets were remnants of the ideal men she would have preferred to date.
“I feel like in the dating pool, we are left with remnants. The good ones are married,” Tolanibaj said.
Nigerian actor Michael Uba has come out to accuse the media personality of being the problem and not the remaining men in the dating pool.
“You have been with seven men, and they are all the problem? Sometimes, having bad experiences in relationships doesn’t necessarily mean you are a terrible person; you have a poor choice in picking partners, sometimes you don’t know how to date, and sometimes you don’t have what it takes to keep a relationship. Finally, sometimes the only thing you bring to the table is your…” he said.
DJ Cuppy says she’s hopeful for the future despite failed engagement with Ryan Taylor
British-Nigerian artist DJ Cuppy opened the can of worms regarding her relationship, which recently went down the drain.
Ryan Taylor and Cuppy were engaged and set for marriage after knowing each other for less than a month. However, the couple abruptly ended their relationship, with the couple unfollowing each other on social media.
At the Women in Management, Business, and Public Service, Cuppy revealed how hard the year has been as she highlighted the few things that broke her down.
“Whether it is my failed jewellery line, which I did at 28 years old, or going to the University of Oxford at 29 and almost failing class,” she said.
“Perhaps a cherry on top, last year I got engaged, and I am no longer engaged, but such is life, and I know my story is still happening, and there is more to come, and I am okay with the uncertainties.”
Ayomitide Adeyinka is a content writer, crypto journalist and editor with a Bsc in Political Science. He is also an egalitarian.