See what this girl did,that makes people to blast her on Facebook.


This Girl Need Jesus, See What A 16 Yrs Old Girl Posted On Facebook That Made People Blast Her

There is no doubt that facebook was created by a Russian Billionaire, Mark Zuckerberg for facebook users to post and share pictures, video and also retrieve messages from new friends on the platform. Mark Zuckerberg owns the platform and he managed it since I created account with it. These days Many youngsters use the platform to chase clout and post different kinds of things on it which makes users to hurled insults at them or criticize the post.

In today’s article, we want to share with you a controversial post I came across while scrolling through facebook news feed today. A facebook user identified as Dabere Chi who resides in owerri, IMO state posted a picture on a popular facebook group and got people hurling insults at her. The post shared by a beautiful igbo girl, aged 16 years cause lots of heartwarming reactions and controversy from users on facebook. She shared the photos with the adorable caption, “Imagine all this niggas, you can’t afford my cream,yet if I post you will be begging me to date you. I’m very expensive and I don’t date broke guys.”

Check out screenshot of post made by the gorgeous igbo girl below,


Upon seeing this, many facebook users took to the comment section to react differently and some people were upset with the post as they blast her for posting such thing while others were pissed off because the 16-years old girl said she can’t date broke boys.

Read facebook users reaction below

What do you think about this? Kindly leave your far reaching comments on the comment section below. Don’t forget to like and share to your friends.

The views expressed in this article are the writer’s, they do not reflect the views of Cadilblog.

Buhari shows humility by bowing to Obasanjo in Aso Rock.


President Muhammadu Buhari, as a sitting president, “bowed” to greet former president Olusegun Obasanjo during a meeting of the Council of State at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

This was revealed by President Buhari’s senior media adviser, Femi Adesina, in an opinion article on Friday.https://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/pagead/ads?client=ca-pub-1883810847636355&output=html&h=250&slotname=6310719999&adk=2377790269&adf=3833061182&w=300&fwrn=7&lmt=1601744915&psa=1&guci=2.2.0.0.2.2.0.0&format=300×250&url=https%3A%2F%2Fstories.6chcdn.feednews.com%2Fnews%2Fdetail%2F6fefd31904b44362e18787e76dd7de78%3Fac%3Dwifi%26app_version%3D7.6.2254.150878%26client%3Dnews%26country%3Dng%26features%3D137438953229%26lang%3Den%26language%3Den%26low_perf%3Dtrue%26mode%3Dbody%26picture_less%3Ddisabled%26swdp%3D360%26uid%3Defa0cf92d2c6ed400508645e526abc2010025498&flash=0&wgl=1&tt_state=W3siaXNzdWVyT3JpZ2luIjoiaHR0cHM6Ly9hZHNlcnZpY2UuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbSIsInN0YXRlIjowfV0.&dt=1601744915146&bpp=49&bdt=15537&idt=709&shv=r20201001&cbv=r20190131&ptt=9&saldr=aa&abxe=1&cookie=ID%3D41e2047b082d909b%3AT%3D1601660053%3AS%3DALNI_MY82M4q27DuWU2BQ25QGHjkv4LYJg&prev_fmts=0x0&nras=1&correlator=2530071329500&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=705438440.1601660047&ga_sid=1601744916&ga_hid=437585991&ga_fc=0&iag=0&icsg=142641919&dssz=17&mdo=0&mso=0&u_tz=120&u_his=1&u_java=0&u_h=640&u_w=360&u_ah=640&u_aw=360&u_cd=32&u_nplug=0&u_nmime=0&adx=30&ady=544&biw=360&bih=475&scr_x=0&scr_y=0&eid=21066428%2C21066973&oid=3&pvsid=1668145093449248&pem=501&rx=0&eae=0&fc=1920&brdim=0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C360%2C0%2C360%2C475%2C360%2C475&vis=1&rsz=%7C%7CoeEbr%7C&abl=CS&pfx=0&fu=8192&bc=29&ifi=1&uci=a!1&btvi=1&xpc=DA814gXBRJ&p=https%3A//stories.6chcdn.feednews.com&dtd=770

Adesina was trying to explain how civil and humble his principal could be when he gave an example of the incident that took place in 2018.https://res-odx.op-mobile.opera.com/pagead?w=0&h=0&pk=s3349331957248&ct=&uc=true&cc=AU&lc=en&url=https%3A%2F%2Fstories.6chcdn.feednews.com%2Fnews%2Fdetail%2F6fefd31904b44362e18787e76dd7de78%3Fac%3Dwifi%26app_version%3D7.6.2254.150878%26client%3Dnews%26country%3Dng%26features%3D137438953229%26lang%3Den%26language%3Den%26low_perf%3Dtrue%26mode%3Dbody%26picture_less%3Ddisabled%26swdp%3D360%26uid%3Defa0cf92d2c6ed400508645e526abc2010025498&rf=&cst=UTF-8&title=QnVoYXJpIFNob3dlZCBIdW1pbGl0eSBCeSBCb3dpbmcgVG8gT2Jhc2Fuam8gQXQgQXNvIFJvY2sgyBGZW1pIEFkZXNpbmEgLSBPcGVyYSBOZXdzIE9mZmljaWFs&vr=stories.6chcdn.feednews.com&bl=en-AU&sh=640&sw=360&sch=3827&scw=360&scl=0&sct=0&tz=GMT%2B0200&vph=475&vpw=360&debug=false

The presidential aide said Buhari showed respect to Obasanjo at the Council of State meeting despite the fact that the former president had just written a letter criticising the administration of his boss.

Adesina said Buhari, however, shocked everyone when he “fired on all cylinders” in his October 1, 2020, independence day speech by attacking the country’s past leaders from 1999 to 2015.

He said, “President Buhari is a civil man. Too civil at times, if you ask me. Some people launch bilious attacks against him and the government he leads, simply because they got ejected from their perch as permanent landlords of the country. He tells you not to respond, and when he finally gives the permission, he says do it in the most civil manner possible. But in the National Day broadcast, the man came smoking.

Adesina quoted Buhari as saying: “Those who in 1999-2015 presided on near destruction of the country have now the impudence to attempt to criticize.”https://res-odx.op-mobile.opera.com/pagead?w=0&h=0&pk=s3480327769472&ct=&uc=true&cc=AU&lc=en&url=https%3A%2F%2Fstories.6chcdn.feednews.com%2Fnews%2Fdetail%2F6fefd31904b44362e18787e76dd7de78%3Fac%3Dwifi%26app_version%3D7.6.2254.150878%26client%3Dnews%26country%3Dng%26features%3D137438953229%26lang%3Den%26language%3Den%26low_perf%3Dtrue%26mode%3Dbody%26picture_less%3Ddisabled%26swdp%3D360%26uid%3Defa0cf92d2c6ed400508645e526abc2010025498&rf=&cst=UTF-8&title=QnVoYXJpIFNob3dlZCBIdW1pbGl0eSBCeSBCb3dpbmcgVG8gT2Jhc2Fuam8gQXQgQXNvIFJvY2sgyBGZW1pIEFkZXNpbmEgLSBPcGVyYSBOZXdzIE9mZmljaWFs&vr=stories.6chcdn.feednews.com&bl=en-AU&sh=640&sw=360&sch=3827&scw=360&scl=0&sct=0&tz=GMT%2B0200&vph=475&vpw=360&debug=false

He said, “Are the gloves off? Just some jabs, if I know this President. Too civil, almost to a fault. In early 2018, a professional letter writer had launched his usual assault, which he had done against all sitting Presidents in the country since 1979. And about a week or two later, the National Council of State meeting was summoned for the State House. With his pen still dripping vitriol, nay blood, the letter writer showed up.

“It was a matter of interest for us all in the Council Chamber, venue of the meeting, to see how President Buhari would react, coming face to face with the man with the poisoned pen. Absolute courtesy. He bowed to greet him. And throughout the meeting, whenever the man indicated that he needed to speak on any issue by pressing the microphone on his table, the President would say: “Yes sir.” Really, some people are respectful, almost to a fault. They still chase rats to people who they know are chasing snakes to them,” said the presidential aide.

Adesina, in apparent response to Obasanjo’s recent statement that the country was fast becoming a failed state under Buhari, said some “permanent critics” of the president were bent on making the citizens believe that his principal was responsible for the division and calls for secession in the country.

He noted that President Buhari, in his speech, admitted that unity, security, economy, amongst others, were challenges facing the country.

Adesina, however, said: “But our forebears knew that the country was not one, and needed to be meshed and solidified.

“That was Nigeria from the very beginning. Let no revisionists come to paint the unreal picture of an idyllic country, which has now been shot to ribbons. No, right from the outset, Nigeria had needed unification, and success at that quest had always been relative.

He added that, “Should we then throw up our hands in surrender, and say we live in a failed or failing state, as some permanent critics would have us believe? Not by any stretch of the imagination. It was time to build and pull TOGETHER, which is the theme of the 60th anniversary celebration. Now is the time to chart where we need to go, and how to get there.

“Curiously, those who romanticize a Nigeria that had always needed constant unification are the very ones that cause the greatest problems today. They claim our diversity has not been well managed, while they are the very ones whipping up divisive tendencies.

#Free Mtee he needs help

Emtee

South African rapper, Emtee has his fans on edge after seemingly calling out for help with the hashtag #FreeEmtee. He might not be in jail, but he feels imprisoned by his record label, Ambitiouz Entertainment.

This isn’t the first time the DIY 2 rapper has suggested that all is not right behind the scenes at his label and on Monday he began the week by issuing a few tweets that have some of his most loyal fans concerned.

Emtee

He began by writing “I know my supporters want me to prosper” and suffixed the tweet with #FreeEmtee before sharing the hashtag once more in a separate tweet.
Although he didn’t mention his label, it was clear to anybody who has followed his career that this was a subtle hint in the direction of Ambitiouz Entertainment. If anyone was still in doubt, the poll he posted cleared everything up:
#FreeEmtee

eMTee ™️@emteethehustla_

I know my supporters want me prosper

370 people are talking about this

— eMTee ™️ (@emteethehustla_) June 3, 2019

People quickly caught on to what he was talking about and before long, users were commenting on the #FreeEmtee hashtag with their opinions on what the rapper should do. Many sympathised with the predicament that he found himself in, while others suggested that A-Reece had warned us all that things would get to this point.
A-Reece talks to Pearl Thusi about Emtee and the mess at Ambitiouz Records. pic.twitter.com/wLptZ58iCZ

Hermaine M@HermaineM

If Emtee leaves Ambitiouz, he’ll lose everything. House, cars and they’ll take down all videos & pages like did with A-Reece.

348 people are talking about this

— #ZonkeEvergreen Carnival City 15.06.19 (@Moosa_Kaula) January 22, 2019
my fear for you is that leaving @Ambitiouz_Ent you’ll end up in the dark rooms like @Areece and @FifiCooperSan cause it seems like they have too much powers kule industry

— Nhlanhla Mantshiyane (@NN_Mantshiyane) June 3, 2019

Some of the fans have a point; leaving Ambitiouz Entertainment may make Emtee’s life a little more difficult but the likes of A-Reece and Gigi Lamayne have proven that there is life after Ambitiouz with the right team behind you.

This is the second time this year that Emtee has tried to expose the goings on at his controversial label. Back in January, the Pearl Thusi rapper hinted that all was not well when he said:
“Y u ain’t did a tour?”
“Y didn’t you market DIY2?”
“Y u so quiet?”
“Music videos?”

B!tch I didn’t sign myself

— eMTee ™️ (@emteethehustla_) January 22, 2019

What do you think fam, should the label #FreeEmtee and do you think he would be better off on his own?

You might also like…AKA shares the big project he is working on with Reebok

Unfortunately, AKA did not snag any awards at the SAMA’s this year- repeat did not snag any awards this year…we know.

AKA

But the rapper isn’t too pressed about that because like always SuperMega is always on the move..

Source: Zalebs

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