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.

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A Teen killed at school ,for a cap and R12

Grade 8 pupil David Methape was killed at school.
Grade 8 pupil David Methape was killed at school.

A 16-year-old Limpopo pupil who was stabbed to death by another learner at school was killed allegedly for his friend’s cap and R12.

David Methape, 16, a grade 8 pupil at Robert Machaka Mamabolo Secondary School in GaMamabolo village outside Polokwane, was stabbed in the chest and died on his way to a local clinic on Tuesday.

His murder came after he allegedly refused to give his attacker, 15, a cap and cash belonging to his friend.

David’s uncle Charles Sethole, 67, said a police van loaded with pupils and David’s teacher came to his house on the fateful day.

“I left with them to go to the clinic. Along the way, I asked those boys what happened and they told me that David’s friend had asked him to keep his belongings. Then the other pupil accosted David to demand the cash and cap.”

Sethole said when his nephew tried to explain to the fellow learner that the cap and money were not his, he was attacked.

“The pupil pulled [out] a kitchen knife and stabbed him on the chest. I saw the wound, it was deep as I could see his heart through [it],” said a grieving Sethole.

He said when he got to the clinic, nurses told him that David died on his way to the healthcare facility.

David Methape's uncles Simon and Charles Sethole are hurt following their nephew's death.
David Methape’s uncles Simon and Charles Sethole are hurt following their nephew’s death. Image: PETER RAMOTHWALA

He described David as a quiet boy who loved dancing to entertain people around him.

“At every Christmas and family gathering, he would keep people glued to his dancing prowess. We are going to miss him a lot,” he said.

Sethole said they wanted the law to take its course and send the killer to jail before he kills another person.

A pupil who witnessed the incident said David was only stabbed once and fell to the ground. “It happened at the school gate. He ran towards the school blocks and then he collapsed. His blood was gushing out profusely. The guy was at the gate, playing dice with other pupils,” he said.

David’s aunt Monica Sethole, 60, said she was going to miss her respectful nephew.

“He always called me “Magriza” (slang for grandmother). Now he is no more.”

The family called on the department of education to beef up security at the school and search pupil as they enter the premises.

Education spokesperson Sam Makondo said: “We are terrified… We have dispatched a team of departmental psychologists to render counselling to affected pupils, teachers and the family.”

Police spokesperson Col Moatshe Ngoepe said a manhunt for the suspect was launched and he was arrested at his hideout in the area on the same day.

“The preliminary investigations led police to a spot where the murder weapon was hidden – on top of a small hill outside the village. The suspect will appear in the Mankweng magistrate’s court today on a charge of murder,” Ngoepe said.

Provincial police commissioner Lt-Gen Nneke Ledwaba condemned “the acts of violence which are still prevalent at some schools in the province”.

Jada pinketh smith outfit at premier movie award,really supported her husband in a genious way

Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere

There’s supporting your other half at a movie premiere, then there’s dressing the actual part of your other half’s role in support. You better believe Jada Pinkett Smith did the latter.

The Red Table Talk host dazzled on the Aladdin purple carpet in a Genie-inspired coordinating look. Jada opted for a cobalt blue crop top covered in silver gemstones, matching palazzo pants, and strappy silver heels. She finished the look with silver bangles, diamond studs, and a beautiful red lip. But the real glow came from how much fun she was having and the love between her and Will that truly radiates from the photos.

Whether you call it royal blue, Yves Klein blue, ultramarine, or cobalt, this specific shade has a very special place in fashion and art history. The intense pigment mimics that of the gemstone lapis lazuli found in the mines of Afghanistan, which makes it so apt for the Aladdin premiere. We love the regal, otherworldly vibe of this jewel-tone blue. Seen all over the Fall/Winter 2019 runways at AreaElie Saab, and Alexander McQueen, cobalt is definitely a color to watch for Summer and well into F/W 2019.

Our favorite part of Jada’s outfit? How she elevated the crop top to look absolutely regal. Often seen as a Summer staple for teenagers, Pinkett Smith makes it look superelegant, and it’s all in the proportions. Try pairing a crop top with a floaty, high-waist bottom, which balances the look and lengthens Jada’s petite frame. We’d call that a bit of sartorial magic.

Aladdin premieres May 24, 2019.

Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
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Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
Image Source: Getty / Rich Fury
Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
Image Source: Getty / Rich Fury
Jada Pinkett Smith's Genie Outfit at Aladdin Premiere
Image Source: Getty / Rich Fury
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