Monday, 30 April 2007


Our own grass to grace story, supermodel Oluchi has given birth to a baby boy. The 27 year-old was delivered of a baby boy in a US Hospital on Wednesday April 25th 2007. The boy was named Ugochukwu...the couple are said to have settled for the name because it's both Ibo and Italian. Ugochukwu is an Italian name? That's news! Oluchi was quoted to have said that her pregnancy wasn't planned, hear her..." Initially I was not so pleased about it. It came as a real shock, but I knew I had to get used to the idea"
Oluchi and her Italian designer hubby tied the knot in 2005. I hear the guy has a $4, 000, 000 house...and he seems like a pretty decent guy...What a lucky girl!


Wienna and co, olodo people. That was English written in trebuchet fonts. U no even try decode am...olodo...English speaker!lol. I put una for work abi?

I almost didn't blog today...not just because I had a busy day...I also had some real personal issues to deal with...Life oh life...moving on...

What I wrote was...'How do you walk away from someone you love? How do you forgive yourself and move on?'. Only Tonipayne and Anonymous got it...Brilliant people.

I made a life-changing decision today...maybe one day I'll tell you all about it...It was a decision I should have taken a long time ago, I just couldn't find the strenght to do it until today...I've never been happier...

Meanwhile Oluchi has given birth to a baby boy...her bundle of joy is called Ugochukwu, mother and son are said to be doing great. Can't wait to start having my own kids...I could carry a baby a whole day and not get tired or bored. I practically raised my neighbours children until they were 2/3 years old. I love kids like crazy...Can't wait to find that special someone and start bringing kids into this world...that would be the life!

Sunday, 29 April 2007


how do you walk away from someone you love? hOW DO YOU FORGIVE YOURSELF AND MOVE ON?

Share your thoughts.


Surulere, Lagos

Silverbird Galleria

Eko Hotel

Third Mainland Bridge


Shoprite, Lekki

National Arts Theatre

The Psalms Shopping Mall, Lekki

Broad Street, Lagos

Protea Hotel Lekki

Sheraton Hotel, Ikeja

Lagos is a beautiful city no doubt.

Saturday, 28 April 2007


Beyonce sure knows how to sell sex. She's the reason I want to add weight. This here is the front cover of Vibe Mag, due to hit the shelves in June.

David and Victoria Beckham spotting the same 'blonde' hair colour and style. Who looks better in blonde? I'm going for David!

6 '2' Jeffrey Jordan, the son of basketball legend Michael Jordan, wants to follow in his father's footsteps and play basketball. He wants to play at the University of Illinois next year. He's fine!

Us Weekly Magazine recently named Jennifer Lopez Style Icon of the Year. I totally agree. She's a diva personified...whatever that means lol!

Action hero, Steven Seagal now has his own energy drink. That's so cool!

The only thing I didn't like about Beyonce and Shakira's 'Beautiful Liar' apart from the song, is the fact that I couldn't differentiate them in the video. I just couldn't tell who was many of you had that same problem? Apparently, Beyonce herself did. She recently gave an interview where she said...

"For the video, they put us in a room together for about two hours and we just came up with the choreography and played off the fact we look similar. It was really cool because I don't even know who is who sometimes - even I get confused!"

The confusion was because Beyonce looked too white in that video

Oh yes...I heard this lovely vixen below won Nigeria's Top model Competition.

Olabimitan Adegoke
Also, rapper Eve was recently arrested for DUI charges. Didn't know she was under the 'influence'. Sad!
Ok that's it for now. Ciao Ciao!!!

Friday, 27 April 2007


Would you marry someone you do not trust at all?

Share your toughts.


One of Nollywood's top actresses Ini Edo has been banned for one year by the national body of Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) for what it termed gross misconduct, indiscipline and outright violation of professional duties.

The ban order was ratified by Mr Ejike Asiegbu, the national president of AGN alongside his executive members and it took effect from April 17, 2007. A press statement signed by Mr Acho Ugoenyi, the national secretary of AGN said Ini Edo is
no longer eligible to participate in movie productions with effect from April 17.

The press release read..."This measure will serve as a deterrent to others. The petition of Mr Emeka Duru (a production manager) at the instance of his producer and director respectively in conjunction with the disciplinary committees report agreed on the ban…. I have been directed to communicate to you, the

one calendar year ban order slammed on you, with effect from April 17, 2007, for gross misconduct, indiscipline and outright violation of professional ethics,".

The release further reminded Edo that the Actors Guild of Nigeria, is committed to the sustenance of discipline, and the enforcement of professional ethics among its members. Meanwhile, to ensure the ban has taken effect, the AGN, also officially informed Movie Producers and Marketers Association, the Association of Movie Producers (AMP), Directors Guild of Nigeria (DGN), Nigerian Society of Cinematographers, (NSC), Nigerian Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) and the Lagos State chapter of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN)

Those of you who live in the US, is it possible for a Hollywood actress to be banned for a period of time for whatever reason? Is it done over there? Is this right? Banning actors? This baffles me...


Russian helicopter crahes...17 dead!
At least 17 people were killed when a Russian-made Mi-8 military transport helicopter crashed in the volatile province of Chechnya. The Russian military prosecutor's office said 14 or 15 paratroopers and three crew members were killed when the helicopter went down. The craft, an Mi-8, was part of a three-helicopter team providing reinforcements to help commandos conducting a special operation in the restive region of Chechnya, near the town of Shatoi.
Authorities are investigating whether the craft was shot down or whether there had been a technical malfunction that caused a crash. The incident happened at 11:53pm.

'Kidnapped' Lebanese found dead
Lebanon's security services staged a nationwide manhuntLebanese police have found the bodies of a Sunni man and a boy in hills south-east of Beirut, three days after they went missing, feared kidnapped.
Ziyad Ghandour, 12, was the son of a member of the pro-government Progressive Socialist Party. Ziyad Qabalan, 25, also belonged to the PSP.

Putin steps up missiles warning
Mr Putin has made a series of comments against missile defenceRussian President Vladimir Putin has warned that US plans to build a missile defence system in eastern Europe would raise the risk of "mutual destruction".
Poland and the Czech Republic are keen to allow the US to site missile bases and radars on their territory.
Mr Putin spoke a day after threatening to halt involvement with a treaty limiting conventional arms in Europe.

Iraq criticises US pull-out vote
The Iraqi government has criticised the US Senate's approval of a bill requiring US troops to leave Iraq.
Ali al-Dabbagh, the main government spokesman, said the decision was "negative" and sent the wrong signals to insurgents. The controversial measure makes $100bn (£50bn) in further funding for the war conditional on a withdrawal timetable.
Meanwhile Democrat candidates for the US presidency urged President George W Bush not to veto the war funds bill.

Taliban take over south Afghan district
Taliban militants have seized control of a district in eastern Afghanistan' after an hours-long clash that killed five people, including the local mayor and his police chief, a senior official said Friday.
The Taliban takeover is an embarrassment to the Afghan government and its foreign backers, and shows how vulnerable remote areas remain despite the presence of some 47,000 U.S. and troops. Militants launched the attack Thursday evening on the Giro district of Ghazni province, setting fire to several buildings and cutting communication lines

Crackdown in Iran over dress codes
Thousands of Iranian women have been cautioned over their poor Islamic dress this week and several hundred arrested in the capital Tehran in the most fierce crackdown on what's known as "bad hijab" for more than a decade. It is the talk of the town. The latest police crackdown on Islamic dress has angered many Iranians - male, female, young and old. But Iranian TV has reported that an opinion poll conducted in Tehran found 86% of people were in favour of the crackdown - a statistic that is surprising given the strength of feeling against this move. Police cars are stationed outside major shopping centres in Tehran. They are stopping pedestrians and even cars - warning female drivers not to show any hair - and impounding the vehicles and arresting the women if they argue back.


The Body Shop Body Butter

Bath & Body Works Body Cream

Neutrogena Sesame Body Oil

Curel Therapeutic Moisturising Lotion

Nivea Skin Firming Lotion with Q10

Aveeno Lotion

The Avon Skin So Soft

St. Ives Instant Relief Collagen Elastin Formula Lotion

Bath & Body Works Purely Silk Body Lotion

The Body Shop Nut Body Butter

Ladies give us some more names of good moisturisers. Aren't Mary Kay moisturisers good? That's what I'm using at the moment. What others can you recommend?

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