“I Love Her, I Can’t Stop Crying” – Man Laments On Facebook After His Girlfriend Dumped Him

A Nigerian man identified as Maleek Berry has cried out on Facebook after his girlfriend, Blessing, dumped him.

Sharing photos of himself and Blessing, Maleek pleaded with his friends on Facebook to talk to her on his behalf.

“Can’t just stop crying and thinking about you. The memory we shared is unforgettable. I love you so much. why do you choose to kick me out for no reason? I miss every single minute, the time we spent together. Pls fams just help me tell her I love her. She should please forgive me too. Pls fans I love Blessing too much, Blessing pls forgive me”, he begged.


Ghana Trends Viral

Video of alleged Sex party organized by Facebook Group hit online

A $ex party video is fast going viral on all the social media platforms and has been spotted by Gistsbaze.

In the said video, a group of men and women are busy at work enjoying themselves with cool music playing in the background.

From what our media outfit has gathered, the gang in the video is from a popular Facebook Group.

It’s been alleged by social media users that the Facebook Group goes by the name Inna Real Life and the $ex party took place in a secret place Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

According to netizens, one of the guys in the video got careless and the video slipped through unto social media and has since gone viral.

It’s currently unconfirmed if indeed the Facebook Group who organized the party is the IRL Group. We are still investigating and will keep you updated.

We would have loved to share the viral video with our readers but by policy, we don’t share such videos due to the fact that Gistsbaze has under-age readers on our platform. But the video is all over social media, just look around.

Business World

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, 36, becomes world’s 3rd Centibillionaire

Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, 36, has become the third centibillionaire in the World.

According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Zuckerberg’s fortune has topped $100bn for the first time, placing him among members of the world’s centibillionaires’ club, after Facebook’s shares surged by 6% on investor optimism over the news the company plans to launch Instagram Reels, a rival to the Chinese video-sharing application TikTok.

Facebook announced the US rollout of Instagram Reels after US President Donald Trump banned US companies from dealing with ByteDance and Tencent, the Chinese owners of TikTok and the WeChat messaging service. 

The 36-year old media magnate has now joined Jeff Bezos, the Amazon founder, and Bill Gates, Microsoft’s founder, as the only people who have centibillionaire status, the Bloomberg Billionaires Index said.

Mark Zuckerberg, who founded Facebook in 2004 and owns a 13% stake in the company, gained about US$22 billion this year.

Tech World

Facebook deletes Donald Trump’s post falsely claiming children are immune to Covid-19

Facebook has deleted a post by Donald Trump for containing false claims about Covid-19.

The post featured a link of a video of an interview the President granted Fox News on Wednesday morning,August 5, in which the president claimed children are ‘virtually immune’ to the virus.

“This video includes false claims that a group of people is immune from Covid-19 which is a violation of our policies around harmful COVID misinformation,” Facebook spokesperson Andy Stone said in a statement Wednesday evening.

Facebook deletes Donald Trump

It was the first time Facebook took action to remove content posted by the president based on its Coronavirus-misinformation policy. 

Courtney Parella, a spokesperson for the Trump campaign, said in response to Facebook’s takedown that the President was “stating a fact that children are less susceptible to the coronavirus”

Later on Wednesday, Twitter said it had frozen Trump campaign account, @TeamTrump account because it posted the same interview excerpt, which was then shared from the President’s main account.

A Twitter spokesman said the @TeamTrump tweet “is in violation of the Twitter Rules on COVID-19 misinformation”.

“The account owner will be required to remove the Tweet before they can Tweet again.”