Since the Big brother season 4 show commenced, Nigerians have observed that Ella has been after Nigerian born London-based, Mike, who is the only married man in the BBNaija house.
Mavin boss, Don Jazzy has reacted to the this after observing Ella properly for crush over Mike.
He took to his twitter handle to say:
Hmmm, Ella does not want to hear that Mike is married oooo. She will play a lot of penalty shots before the game is over o. #BBNaija. This is how they steal somebody’s husband o. Mike my brother stay away I repeat cast and bind #BBNaija
A popular upcoming rapper from Mobile, Alabama OMB Peezy was shot while performing on stage at a local nightclub.
OMB Peezy has been blowing up all over the South, and he decided to go back to his hometown, to give his most loyal fans a show. Bad idea.
According to local reports, a few of his “opps” burst into the club and started shooting. OMB Peezy was clearly the target. He was hit once in the leg, but he seems OK.
The shooting occurred after the rapper’s performance at Soul Kitchen with Boosie Badazz and JD Daigotti. Say Cheese TV shared footage of the crime scene after the shooting on Instagram. Emergency personnel are seen on the street helping the victims in the footage that surfaced online.
OMB Peezy is now the 5th rapper to be shot in 2019, a marked uptick from previous years.
WATCH video from the crime scene Below:
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The long arm of law has finally caught up with three Nigerian men and a Brazilian woman for smuggling drugs. Three Nigerian men and a Brazilian woman, who were allegedly carrying 6.492kg of cocaine, worth ?38.95 crore, concealed in the rings stitched on curtains for it to pass through the rod, were arrested from Andheri (West) Mumbai, on Sunday morning, February 10. The men identified as Febia Onkonkwo, Simon Agbata, and Michel Hope, along with a Brazilian woman identified as Carla Pinto Iris, were arrested under various sections of the NDPS Act.
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The seized drugs were supposed to be supplied to Johannesburg, South Africa and Auckland, New Zealand. Police had got a tip-off that three Nigerian men and a Brazilian woman were carrying narcotics in their bags, but on intercepting them, they only found curtains in the bags. Manoj Kumar Sharma, additional commissioner of police, west region said, “Our team grew suspicious on finding so many curtains.” The team, headed by police inspector Daya Nayak, then started to check the curtains. On opening the rings, they found thin tubes containing white powder fitted around it. Each of the 78 curtains had eight rings carrying cocaine. The police seized the substance and arrested the four accused – Niras Okhovo, 35, Simon Agobata, 32, Michael Hope, 29, and Brazilian national Karle Iris, 41 – who were on their way to meet a fifth accused, after which they were to send it via courier.
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The woman, who was arrested in connection with a drugs case, was released from Byculla jail recently. Police have also retrieved the machine which the accused used to roll the tubes. A raid at the Koparkhairane residence of the accused led the police to multiple passports, but none of them is in their names. “The fifth accused is absconding. We will arrest him soon. We are also tracking the courier companies that sent the consignments in the international market. We are enquiring whether they have any role in it or not,” said Nayak. A source said they suspect the cocaine was initially sourced from Afghanistan and was supplied to dealers in the international market. Police said they will be able to ascertain the supplier after further interrogation of the accused. Sources said they have so far retrieved three courier receipts from the accused, two of which are to Johannesburg and one to Auckland.
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Police said one of their consignments recently reached South Africa, which will reach the destination soon. “We were surprised upon recovering a number of curtains, curtain rings and rods from them. The drugs were being concealed inside the curtain rings and rods, and packed in small boxes to hide from agencies. We are also verifying if courier agencies are involved in the smuggling. As of now, probe has revealed that the accused has already supplied one consignment to South Africa. This seems to be a bigger international drug cartel and we are digging deeper to reach this gang. The involvement of some Indians cannot be denied,” he added. All the accused were produced before the Bandra magistrate court and sent to police custody till February 16.