Queen Naija Butterflies part 2 (Reaction) !

Hi Goddess, this video contains my reaction to queen naija’s butterflies part 2 ! The reaction includes the actual butterflies pt.2 video ! Hope you enjoy ! I DO NOT OWN COPYRIGHTS TO SONG ! Business- GoddessbyGeisha (link coming soon) Bio: Hi Goddess, I’m just someone who likes beauty/fashion. I’ve taught myself makeup over the years and I dress up from time to time. Now thy I’m getting older I think it’s time to step out of my tomboy stage… Read More

Black Protester Confronts White Women Tagging Starbucks with ‘BLM’

Play video content Two white protesters got called out by a black protester for tagging a Starbucks with graffiti repping the Black Lives Matter movement … and the bizarre encounter was caught on video. Check it out … you see two white women decked out in all black and wearing face masks/coverings spraying ‘BLM’ along the side of a Starbucks in L.A., as well as other messaging. One African-American woman who’s also protesting gets in their faces and questions… Read More

Netflix, Amazon Support Black Lives Matter Amid Nationwide Protests

On March 16, Universal announced plans to make its very recent theatrical releases, like The Hunt and The Invisible Man, as well as the upcoming Trolls World Tour (due out on April 10) available to consumers at home via on-demand providers, a break from the tradition of allowing a spread of between 70 and 90 days before a new movie is given a second life. “Given the rapidly evolving and unprecedented changes to consumers’ daily lives during this difficult… Read More
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Paris Jackson part of Los Angeles protests

Paris Jackson attends the Vanity Fair Oscar party in Beverly Hills during the 92nd Academy Awards, in Los Angeles, Feb. 9, 2020. Danny Moloshok / Reuters / Files Paris Jackson was caught up in the violent protests in Los Angeles on Saturday, which prompted city Mayor Eric Garcetti to call for an overnight curfew in an effort to keep people off the streets. The model and actress took to the streets and captured images of the clashes between activists… Read More

Captain Ajibade, Mr Eazi’s father opens up on son

Captain Ajibade retired as Squadron leader from Nigerian Air Force. Photo by Ayodele Efunla By Taiwo Okanlawon Not much is known about Captain Alexander Olukayode Ajibade who retired from the Nigerian Air Force as a Squadron leader. But his son, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, better known as Mr. Eazi will ring a bell in the ears of many Nigerians or lovers of Afrobeat. Though being a celebrity parent has its perks, Captain Ajibade, as fondly called and his wife chose… Read More
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Open Borders But With Measures — Ghanaian Journalist To Akufo-Addo

As President Akufo-Addo is expected to address Ghanaians tonight on easing of restrictions, some people within the Creative Arts and Tourism Industry including tourism and celebrity Journalist Mustapha Nii Okai Inusah popularly known as Attractive Mustapha have suggested that the president should reopen the borders since the tourism industry is the worst hit. He said, according to a survey conducted by Oxford Business Group on African nations that had restricted the movement of people, goods and services, and closed… Read More
Naija Celebs 

Davido moves to Banana Island Mansion

Davido By Taiwo Okanlawon Popular Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido is relocating to his dream house in Banana Island, Lagos. According to the father of three, he got the money to buy the new house from singing about banana falling’ He wrote: “Moved to Banana with the money I made from singing about bananas falling someone….cruise.” Moved to banana with money I made from singing about bananas falling someone …. Cruise 😂 — Davido (@davido) May… Read More

Sports figures both black and white speak out about George Floyd death, protests

Many professional and college athletes and coaches did not “stick to sports” over the weekend as demonstrations broke out around the country in reaction to the death of George Floyd and other black people at the hands of police. Dozens of figures from the sports world shared messages of anger and a desire for change, including several prominent white athletes. Some basketball players even joined in the protests in Minneapolis and elsewhere around the U.S. “The murders are normal,”… Read More