It is obviously not a pleasant day for celebrity Vloger, Toke Makinwa as some Nigerian twitter users are coming for her after comments made on her new vlog went viral on social media.
The Media personality addressed men who prefer making only WhatsApp calls to their partners or prefer to chat than call, saying;
"I think it's ok to WhatsApp, just as long as you as you only call. I think calling shows that he's actually putting some effort into wanting to speak with you. When I say call, I don't mean WhatsApp call. Spend your money. Let me feel as if you are on the phone for like an hour on your money. I personally feel If a guy WhatsApp calls me, I feel a certain type of way.
If I am out of the country and we are in different times zones, that's different. Yeah he can WhatsApp call. But if we are about in the same country and you...
Nigerian comedian, Seyi Law took to his social media handle to explain the rational why GTB can award less than BBN show. He wrote:
I saw this picture and read a lot of comments on it and I had a good laugh. We don't seem to realise that BBN is business that brings returns and profit to the organisers while Prize giving is just a CSR for the giving party which is not compulsory by any means.
We talk about how Educational events gets less sponsors and low reward prizes and we blame everybody but ourselves. May I ask when last we watched " Who wants to be a millionaire"? Oh ho!
If we are truly pained, let's develop an Education based entertainment show that can guaranty millions of viewership, following and bring in good returns and watch companies eat out of the palms of our hands until then, we will keep crying...
Popular entertainer and social activist, Charles Oputa also known as Charly boy has revealed that he was assaulted by a policeman during the protest at the Unity ground, Abuja.
Charly Boy in a telephone interview with news men, said one of the policemen, who attacked the protesters with water cannons and tear gas canisters, used the butt of his gun to hit him in his eyes.
“We were not even up to 10 people that set out for the Unity Fountain. When we got there, we met close to 200 policemen. Initially they tried to stop us from going further. But we explained to them that ours would be a peaceful demonstration. I gave them the assurance that we were not going to anywhere else and the protest would not be hijacked by hoodlums.
“Before we knew it, they started with the water cannon. Then they tear-gassed us and set their dogs...