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Former Man United Star, Rio Ferdinand replies Davido’s post on six packs being overrated



Nigerian singer, Davido earlier in the week took to his social media page to share a photo of his potbelly stating that six-pack is overrated.


According to him, rather than bothering about hitting the gym to get six packs, he would prefer to chase after the money.

“6 packs overrated I’d rather have the bag”, he wrote.

Former Man United defender, Rio Ferdinand who came across the post attached with a pot-bellied photo of Davido, took to the comment section to react.


Ferdinand reacted by simply dropping some laughing emoji’s on Instagram via his verified handle @rioferdy5.

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Stop going to church, Christianity was brought to us by slave masters – BBA’s Tayo Faniran claims



Former Big Brother Africa housemate, Tayo Faniran, has advised his followers to stop going to church, as it has divided them and demonized African practices and beliefs.

According to the reality star, Fela and other Africanists that came before now, weren’t different from other prophets that were imposed on people.

He added that Africa has one enemy and it lives in their heads.

Read as he posted on IG below…

Stop going to church,God lives inside us,Christianity was brought to us by the slave masters,it divided us,it demonized African practices and beliefs,God is love and Love is God,when you do good you will see God,when you do bad you will see satan,don’t let any man lie to you that he is closer to God than you are,know your God and pay more attention to him by yourself and he will never leave you.If we can have half the churches in Africa today converted to halls where we teach African history and studies,it may not take us more than a year to realize most of our problems live in our heads,we have bigger oppression than our individual country governments to break from,Africa has one enemy,just one,and this enemy/oppressor lives in our heads,they have fed us with so much information from generations before us to make sure we remain chained in our land forever and religion is one of their major tools they use to play us,stop following and start to ask questions,you will realize that all they will answer you with is “you can’t question God” … who is this god,their god or my God ? I tell you what,I ask God questions and he answers me,all these happens within me,inside of me.

My God is not a poverty loving God,He hurts when I hurt,He is happy when I’m happy,will Mercedes manufacture a car and send into the market without its manual,so since my God created me in his own image,why then should I be made to believe that He had not sent me into this world with my own manual ?

Don’t just keep following,pause and ask questions,trust me it’s clearer than you think,all you have to do is just think.If one religion encourages poverty and more poverty while the other preaches freedom and liberation,which would you choose?

Fela and other Africanists that came before us weren’t different from other prophets that were imposed on us, many things they said before are happening now,why are we not listening to them? Even though they demonized and criminalized most/all of them,yet we can’t forget their words,God sent them too.

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The youths are the problem of the youths – Charles Anwurum (Video)



Veteran Nollywood actor, Charles Anwurum in a video that has gone viral online has stated that the End SARS protest has made him realize that the problems of the youths is the youths.

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The actor went on to condemn the looting going on across the country, as he said that while other youths were protesting for the betterment of the nation, others were stealing across the country. The actor added that some of the youths were also busy destroying and attacking fellow Nigerians while others were in the frontline of the protest seeking justice against police brutality.

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I laughed when God called me to be president – Kanye West



US presidential candidate, Kanye West has said he laughed uncontrollably when God first called him to be president.

However, he said many powerful friends and associates including billionaire media entrepreneur, Oprah Winfrey advised him against it.

The rapper disclosed this in a 2-hour interview on Joe Rogan’s podcast on Saturday evening, saying it was “something God put in his heart back in 2015”.

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He disclosed that this happened few days to the MTV Music Awards, and he laughed about it as he did not know what to make of it.

“It hit me in the shower and when I first started to think of it, I just started laughing at myself and joy came over my body,” the 46-year-old said.

He added that he felt energised and elated by the calling and knew he was eventually going to tell people he would be running for presiddent in 2020.

Kanye revealed that it took him a while to come out about it but got a lot of discouraging comments from friends when he did so.

“I had different friends, some people in the music industry, tech elites. They just really took it as a joke. They’re telling me all these millions of reasons why I couldn’t.

“I remember running into Oprah one or two days after that (the award), she said, ‘You don’t want to be president’ (laughs).”

Recalling his response to one of the naysayers, Kanye said,

“I’ll definitely be a billionaire by that time (not that it’s a reason someone should become president) but it’s to say that around that time I was about $50 million in debt and I knew I had the confidence to turn that around”.

This confidence, he said, could lead him to the presidency.

The US presidential election holds on November 3.

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