Actress Angela okorie call out ladies who have slept with her husband

Nollywood actress, Angela Okorie has broken the table patapata 😂😂😂. The actress took to IG to call out her fake friends saying they speak wrongly of her behind and even SLEEP with her husband. Hmm.. so upset is she that she rained curses on them. Her words;

There are lots of them doing social media love,
Preaching Gospel
yet they don’t even know God ,
Some calling You sis
Sis kill u there 😡😡😡😡
They comment lovely words on ur post , shameless people 🙈🙈🙈🙈
And goes to snitch , say ill things about u,
Still goes behind to sleep with ur man
And comes back to say love u sis
God will punish all of you one by one
God will expose you all in Jesus a name Amen.
Speaking bad about me will only destroy you especially when I have been of help to you.
I said God will punish you
I said what I said ,
Every unfriendly friend
In my life be destroyed by fire
They will still come and comment here
If u know your self and comment on my page Thunder will strick you.
Very Any how things them 😡😡

Andy ruiz jr want $50 million dollars to Rematch Anthony joshua-see video

As Andy Ruiz Jr. continues to be the talk of the town (or really the whole boxing world) after upsetting Anthony Joshua last weekend to become unified heavyweight champion, the titleholder talks to Fight Hub TV about plans for the rematch, and why he’s going to demand huge money if Team Joshua wants to fight on their own home turf.

Check out some excerpts below…

Ruiz on what the last week has been like since becoming champion:

“You know what, it’s been a little crazy. You know, coming from New York over here, doing a lot of interviews, a lot of press, I haven’t gone to see my kids or my wife or nothing like that. But, you know, I’m really excited that I won the world heavyweight champion and I became history, so I’m excited for that.

On his life changing overnight:

“Yep, it sure did, and all the hard work and dedication I’ve been doing with Manny Robles and having all the right people around me, it’s not a one-job thing, you know? But I just thank God.”

On his trainer predicting that he would knock Joshua out:

“He had a dream, and my dad — a lot of people had dreams that I knocked him down and it’s crazy. And what do you know, I’m knocking him down.”

On what he was thinking during the first round of the fight, sizing Joshua up:

“I think from the first round to the third round I was just trying to get a feel from him, you know? Both of us was trying to see what we both got, you know? And it’s like a little warm-up thing because we still have 12 other rounds. But what do you know, he dropped me in the third round, my first time being on the canvas, I got up like a true warrior would and knocked him back down.”

On what his first thought was when he got dropped for the first time in his career:

“I was a little surprised. I was like ‘What the hell?’ a little shocked, you know, because I’ve never been down in the canvas, I don’t know how it felt. But it’s kinda like a little numb part where you’re on the floor, your eyes close, you wake up like ‘What the hell, I’m on the floor.’ But I felt good, I got up. I got up good, I took a breather and I was just thinking ‘Come on, God, give me power. Please, God!’ That’s what I was saying when I got knocked down and what do you know, Anthony comes at me trying to finish me off. I moved and got him with the left hook and ever since I got him with that left hook it hasn’t changed — he didn’t change.”

On if he knew Joshua didn’t want anymore after the last knockdown when Joshua went back to his corner and put his arms on the ropes:

“There’s nothing left. I think if the referee wouldn’t have stopped it, I think I would’ve knocked him out in a dramatic other way. But, you know, the ref does his job but I did my job, for sure.”

On how hard Joshua hits:

“Well he hits pretty hard if he put me on the canvas, you know?…I think it was a lucky shot of him putting me on the canvas, but those lucky shots could end the night. But the warrior that I am, the Mexican blood that I have inside of me made me get up and win the fight.”

On what’s the status of the rematch with Joshua:

“Yeah, I think they did say November/December but right now my team, they’re negotiating everything right now, you know, and I just gotta stay busy, stay healthy, and be ready for the rematch.”

On Team Joshua wanting the rematch in the U.K. and whether he has the power to shut that down and force the rematch here in the U.S.:

“I would love it to be here in the United States or in Mexico, you know. But, hey, it all depends on the team and what we negotiate. You know, if they want me to go over there they have to give me $50 million dollars. It they wanna come over there, you know — it’s just negotiations.”

On how he thinks a rematch would play out, and whether or not he thinks it would be the same kind of fight:

“We all have improvements to make and we always learn as boxers, we always have stuff to learn. And I think if we do the rematch he’s gonna be a little bit more cautious. I think he’s gonna try to box me around [the ring] but Anthony’s not good moving back, moving around.

“But if we both exchange punches I’m easily gonna — I have the faster hands and I can take a punch.”

On his thoughts on media pundits like Stephen A. Smith basically trashing his win based on his physical appearance:

“Everyone has their comments and their differences but no hard feelings to the people that are trying to talk down about the fight and whatnot. But shoutout to Steph, or whatever his name is.”

On if he thinks a fight against Deontay Wilder will ultimately be the fight for the undisputed championship:

“You know what? In this boxing game, especially the heavyweight game, you never know because it only takes one punch to change the whole fight and the situation…But who knows, I think it’s gonna be a really exciting fight against Wilder and Ortiz. To me, I think Wilder’s gonna win, you know? Ortiz is a little bit older but I’d love to get in there with Wilder as well. I think that’s the only belt that I’m missing and to be the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world I need that belt.”

Chris attoh wife shot dead in U.S.

Jenifer was leaving her office when a man approached her and fired multiple shots at her.

Chris Attoh's wife, Bettie Jenifer was shot dead in Maryland, United State of America. (Kemi Filani
Chris Attoh’s wife, Bettie Jenifer was shot dead in Maryland, United State of America. (Kemi Filani

According to Pulse Ghana, the actor’s wife was shot in the head in the parking lot of her office building on Friday, May 10, 2019.

Pulse Ghana reports that Jenifer had left the office in the 6300 block of Ivy Lane and was walking to her car when a man armed with a handgun approached her and when she tried to run away, the man followed her and fired multiple shots at her.

American Journalist, Jackie Bensen, who worked for NBC4 also confirmed the incident in her tweet.

Police from the Greenbelt Police Department reportedly said the man fled in a vehicle after shooting her.

Multiple media reports stated that Jenifer was found suffering from gunshot wounds and was declared dead at the scene.

The suspect according to the police is described as “a black male with a thick build and black hair, wearing a dark shirt and pants.

In 2018, Chris Attoh tied the knot with Bettie Jenifer tied after breaking up with his Nigerian wife, DamiloIa Adegbite.

Pulse Ghana also reports that the actor recently sparked divorce speculation after deleting his wife’s photos from his social media handles.

7 Nigerian Celebrities who did odd job b4 fame,Nothing will inspire you if no 1 doesn’t.

7 Nigerian celebrities who did odd jobs before fame. If No.1 doesn’t inspire you, NOTHING WILL!! (Pictures)

Just like us, most Nigerian celebrities didn’t always have an easy life before they became famous. From Joseph Benjamin working as a security guard to Timaya a plantain seller, most celebrities began their careers making an earning doing menial tasks.

These celebrities had odd jobs before stardom:

7. John Okafor

For comic actor, John Okafor, he was not in anyway born with a silver spoon. In a very old interview, he said before he became a popular person, he sold firewood, was a butcher and a hair stylist.

6. Mercy Johnson Okojie

Nollywood star actress, Mercy Johnson Okojie once opened up about life before the fame, money and marriage where she revealed how she managed to rise from her squalor to become one of Nigeria’s most celebrated star.

According to her asides once living in an uncompleted building, she once worked as a maid just to make ends meet.

5. Banky W

It’s hard to believe but there was a time when former singer and record label boss, Banky W took on the job of a sales boy to make money for studio time in the US.

The RnB star-turned politician worked in fast foods outlets, clothing stores and as a knife salesman, selling knives from door to door.

4. Timaya

Back in the days, Timaya was a great ‘hustler’ and a very good Plantain seller. Yes! The Egberipapa 1 of Bayelsa was a Plantain Seller who lived with a lady who took him in after his landlord sent him packing in Port-Harcourt.

3. Joseph Benjamin

Who would even thought that polished looking actor, model and voice over artiste, Joseph Benjamin was also once a bus conductor, security guard, waiter, bakery worker and a shoe seller?

The MTN project fame host revealed in an interview that he went through various jobs before finally hitting it big in the movie industry.

2. Don Jazzy

Before Don Jazzy became famous and made fellow producers feel inferior, the Mavin Boss moved to London in the United Kingdom in 2000 after his Uncle invited him to come play the drums for the neighborhood Church. He did various odd jobs including working at McDonalds as a security guard while trying to hit it big.

1. Patoranking

Patrick Nnaemeka, Patoranking didn’t always have things rosy. Infact, the Headies Award Next Rated Artiste 2014 was a former Bricklayer and Rat Poison Seller on the streets of Lagos! He virtually rose from nothing to the star he is today.

OH NO-see how this Nigerian professor predicted his own Death before he dies

OH NO! See How This Nigerian Professor Predicted His Own Death Few Hours Before He Died!

Nigerians are yet to come to terms with the sad demise of Prof. Pius Adesanmi, a regular columnist with the Punch Newspapers.

Nigerian scholar and popular political columnist Prof. Pius Adesanmi has been confirmed to be among the 157 persons that died in the Ethiopian Airline crash early Sunday morning.

The Canada-based university don, who held both Nigerian and Canadian passports, posted a photo from Addis Ababa Airport, Ethiopia, hours before the plane took off.

Adesanmi posted a message on Facebook which read, “If I take the wings of the morning and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea, even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me – Psalm 139:9-10.”

The plane, which was bound for Nairobi, Kenya, went down in the early hours of Sunday.

One Nigerian has been listed among the dead as well as 18 Canadians, 32 Kenyans, nine Ethiopians, eight Chinese, eight Italians, eight Americans, seven French, seven Britons, six Egyptians, five Germans, four Indians, four Slovaks, three Australians and others.

Aside from Ethiopians, there were nationals of Canada, China, Kenya and others aboard the airliner.

Since Prof. Adesanmi was carrying a Canadian passport, the Nigerian that is officially listed among the victims happens to be Ambassador Abiodun Bashua of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

He was carrying a UN passport.

The late Bashua was former UN and AU Deputy Joint Special Representative in Darfur, Sudan.

The late Adesanmi, who was a Director at the Institute of African Studies at Carleton University, Canada, was a professor of English.

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