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DJ Switch has the dictatorship Nigerian government by the balls right now – Charly Boy

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Veteran singer, Charly Boy has reacted to Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed’s comment about DJ Switch’s role in the #EndSARS protest and Lekki toll gate shooting.

Lai Mohammed who said DJ Switch will soon be exposed, had accused the entertainer of being one of the purveyors of fake news and also questioned her motive and who she is allegedly fronting for.

Reacting to this, Charly Boy stated that DJ Switch has the “dictatorship” Nigerian government by the ”balls right now and is squeezing extremely hard.” He added that the entertainer is switching on the heat on the ”repressive government of Buhari.”

His tweet read;

Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce to you,the gorgeous lady who has the dictatorship Nigerian government by the balls right now and she is squeezing extremely hard. Her name is DJ Switch and boy, is she switching on the heat on the repressive government of Buhari.

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“The hate in your heart will stay in your heart” – Kiddwaya throws shade

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Big Brother Naija star Kiddwaya has subtly fired shots at haters who have harbored hatred for him in their hearts.

Wishing his fans a happy month as December begins today, the billionaire son took to his Twitter page and said that the hate someone has for him will remain in their heart.

In his words;

“Happy new month everyone. Remember. The hate in your heart you have for other people will stay in your heart. So you can either find a way to bring a chair to the round table or continue to look through the window from the outside hating.”

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If you don’t ask, you won’t get – DJ Cuppy ends up with 3 iPhone 12 after begging for it online

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Billionaire daughter DJ Cuppy has landed herself 3 iPhone 12 Max Pros after begging for it online as a late birthday gift.

Cuppy in a recent tweet disclosed that she has been gifted with three iPhone 12 Max Pros after begging for it online as a late birthday gift.

She then went ahead to advise ladies not to hesitate when it comes to asking because they wouldn’t know who might surprise them.

Asking for something from a guy once in a while is okay but doing so continuously and especially meeting for the first time makes some guys uncomfortable.

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Chiney Ogwumike, Oge Mora, Tade Oyerinde make the Forbes’ “30 Under 30” List for 2021

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Forbes has released its annual “30 Under 30” list, which features 600 young entrepreneurs who are innovating their respective industries. Since 2012, FORBES’ 30 Under 30 list has recognized the brightest entrepreneurs, innovators and game-changers under the age of 30 who are transforming business as usual and changing the world.


In its 2020 edition, the list featured 600 young entrepreneurs, activists, scientists and entertainers from 20 industries who give everyone reason to hope. Some defying the odds, building businesses despite Covid-19; others are helping to fight the illness, serving on hospital frontlines or working with A.I. to discover new drugs. According to the magazine, these under 30 trailblazers have raised over $1 billion in venture funding and are proof positive that ambition and innovation can’t be quarantined.

Among the featured individuals are these outstanding Nigerians, Sophia Danner-Okotie, Inioluwa Deborah Raji, Chiney Ogwumike, Tade Oyerinde, Amobi Okugo, AJ Okereke, Oge Mora, Nnamdi Iregbulem, to mention a few.

The Forbes “30 Under 30” list Class of 2020 is made up of 30 honorees for each of the 20 categories which vary from work in art and style to energy, finance, tech, law and more. The list is a diverse one, with 20 per cent of the featured individuals identifying as either an immigrant or first generation.

Meet the Nigerians that were featured in the prestigious list below:

Chiney Ogwumike, 28

Two-time WNBA All-Star Ogwumike is an ESPN commentator and one half of “Chiney and Golic Jr.,” the first Black woman to host a national, daily sports-talk radio show. The 6’4″ forward led Stanford to three Final Fours and graduated with an International Relations degree. She was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 WNBA Draft.

Sophia Danner-Okotie, 29

Danner-Okotie is the founder of Besida, a black-owned boutique and online store based in Atlanta that offers sustainable fashion for women. Besida’s pieces are sustainably and ethically made in Nigeria, where Danner-Okotie was born. The brand’s most popular design is “The FourMidable,” a design that can be worn in four ways–as three tops and a skirt. Recently, Besida was awarded a $20,000 grant from LISC underwritten by Lowe’s.

Nnamdi Iregbulem, 29

Iregbulem is a Partner at Lightspeed Ventures focused on investments in technical enterprise software, application infrastructure and machine learning. He previously invested at ICONIQ Capital, where he deployed over $500 million into high-growth technology companies like GitLab, Epic Games (Fortnite), ezCater and Brightwheel. Iregbulem began his career as an investment banking analyst at J.P. Morgan, advising clients like EMC and Comcast.

Inioluwa Deborah Raji, 24

Since high school, Inioluwa Deborah Raji has been campaigning on behalf of others. Now aged 24, she has channelled her advocacy work to change the world’s biggest companies. As a founding member of the Algorithmic Justice League, a non-profit that raises public awareness about the social implications of AI, she has emerged as one of its star researchers. One of her major projects was an audit on Amazon Recognition’s deployed facial recognition product, discovering it was significantly less accurate for darker-skinned women than for white men. Over 70 top AI researchers signed an open letter in support of her work, and this, combined with increasing public pressure and campaigning, led Amazon – following the lead of IBM – to agree to support facial recognition regulation and later halt the sale of their product to police for at least a year.

AJ Okereke, 28

An investor who backs companies bringing new services and consumer goods to Africa, including logistics provider Jetstream and digital wealth firm Chaka. A first-generation American of Nigerian descent, Okereke often backs U.S educated founder returning to the African continent with new technologies and services.

Chinedu Eleanya, 29

Eleanya immigrated from Nigeria to the U.S. with his parents when he was 11. In 2018, he cofounded his second startup, Mulberry, a tech platform that retailers use to offer extended warranties to eCommerce customers. Key clients include fitness device Mirror, coffee machine maker Breville and mattress company Nectar. Mulberry has more than 50 customers and expects net revenue of more than $1 million this year.

Amobi Okugo, 29

Okugo, a defender for Austin Bold FC of the USL, founded A Frugal Athlete to teach athletes how to manage their finances. He also runs The Ok U Go Foundation that provides athletic resources to disadvantaged children. He’s an active member of the USL’s players’ union and Black Players? Alliance.

Check out the complete list of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 for 2021.

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