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Is J Martins Truely Homosexual ?
Category: Rumors
Tags: J Martins Gossip Rumors Music News Artists Celebrity Nigeria news
Monday July 25, 2011 – The no 1 impression of anybody about him will be that of a perfect man who will only do what other guys like him would do. Justice Okey Martins popularly known as J Martins may be many things in the industry but not a perfect man if the story filtering in about him is anything to go by in the culture of morals.
 
Information reaching us about this artiste who is a native of Ohafia in Abia State is that the man who many believed is one of the most decent Nigerian music stars when the issue of discussion is about women, may even be worse than what his peers in the industry are doing to the opposite sex.
 
Latest story making rounds is that the “Oyoyo” crooner allegedly has more passion for his male counterparts than the female, the immoral act simply known as homosexuality. A source alleged that he is not always comfortable in the midst of women though he pretends to be so that many people wouldn’t know what he is up to
Further learnt that he is the female, which accounts for the way he cat-walks like a woman. Sources also said his new-found wealth and affluent lifestyle emanates from his sexual proclivity, because he is pampered with expensive gifts of cash and other material things by his influential and rich male friends in the country.
 
J Martins’s frequent trips aside from his musical career are alleged to be an avenue to meet with his friends scattered across the country. When probing further, the source said he is discreet about it and he always denies it whenever anything about his dirty lifestyle is mentioned because of the way many people will view it. But he knows very well who he is.
 
(Na wa for people o. Whether he be homo or not wetin consign you amebo).
 
Source: Naijan
Shock of the black couple who had a WHITE baby: Who Cheated Him Or Her? Tags: African Love Gossip Rumors African News
The bustling operating theatre fell silent. Doctors and nurses stared at each other, stunned. And, as he stood at his wife’s bedside and looked into the eyes of his newborn child for the first time, new father Francis Tshibangu’s joy turned to disbelief. “I was clutching Arlette’s hand as they lifted Daniel from her,” Francis says.

“He was covered in blood… but then I saw his skin was white and his hair was blond. My jaw dropped open.”
In a million-to-one quirk of nature, Francis and Arlette, who have no white relations, had given birth to a white baby. The genetic mix-up has baffled experts, who say Daniel is NOT an albino with no skin pigment – not to mention the parents, who already have a two-year-old black son, Seth.
 
Francis adds: “My first thought was ‘Wow, is he really mine?’
 
“I was too stunned to speak and I could see the doctors ­looking at each other, thinking the baby couldn’t be mine.
 
“Then Arlette and I looked at each other and smiled and I knew he was.
 
“I have been with my wife for three years so there was never a question of ­infidelity, but seeing his white skin was a surprise to say the least.
 
“The initial reaction from the nurses must have been that Arlette had had an affair. Their faces were a picture, but then I’m sure mine was too.
 
“I’m sure they were thinking ‘oh my gosh… what has been going on here and what’s he going to do?’
 
“While the nurses were marvelling at Daniel’s blond hair, neither Arlette nor I said a word. We were just in too much shock at his white skin.
 
“When I bent down and kissed him I got a better look at his features and could see he looked just like me and Arlette. He has my nose and my wife’s lips.
 
“All we can say is that Daniel is our miracle and, though we are shocked by his white skin, we feel very blessed – he’s beautiful.”
 
Fertility experts describe the birth as “extraordinary” and can’t explain whythe couple have one white child and one black child. Proudly cuddling her son, Arlette says: “The reaction in the operating theatre was one of shocked silence, myself ­included.
 
“I stared at Daniel with my eyes wide. The looks on the faces of the doctors and nurses said it all… everyone was wondering why I had a white baby.
 
“But as the nurse put his little pink body in my arms I bonded with him instantly. When I looked at him all I felt was love.
 
“Like any mum who has just given birth, my main concern was that he was healthy, which he is.
 
“When we pictured having a second baby, I guess we just imagined a mini Seth… who is black just like us.
 
“It is just an amazing twist of nature. I don’t know why these things happen. All you can do is take life as it comes, these things are God’s choice.
 
“There was a fleeting ­second of worry but I love my husband and I know he loves and trusts me so I knew it would be OK.I have never cheated on Francis and I never will.
 
“I was in shock too when I saw Daniel and I think that was evident from my expression.”
 
And the couple have met with puzzled glances ever since Daniel’s arrival, at Leicester Royal Infirmary on March 4. Francis, 28, a sociology student, says: “We never try to cover Daniel up to avoid the looks as that wouldn’t be fair on him.
 
“But we dread him crying while we are in a shop or on the street. You can see people looking at us thinking ‘What are that black couple doing with that white baby?’ I am sure there are a few people who think we have stolen the baby.
 
“Just the other day we were on the train with Seth and Daniel and I could see out of the corner of my eye the man opposite staring at us. Every time I looked up he would quickly look down at his newspaper but I could see he was trying to figure it out. Sometimes people are much more open about it though, and on the same journey two old women were talking about us pretty loudly – though I think they thought they were whispering.
 
“They gestured over to us and ­wondered why Daniel was with us. It can be very awkward. Arlette in particular is very shy so doesn’t like all the attention. But while Daniel may be white with blond hair, he looks exactly like us. He is the spitting image of his big brother Seth, just a different colour.”
 
And Francis, who is originally from Congo but has lived in Britain for 10 years, said he and Arlette, 25, were nervous about having to tell their families the good news.
 
Source: Mirror.co.uk
Nigerian Sex Workers Want Foreign Rivals Deported Tags: Nigeria News African Sex Game Gossip Rumors
Nigerian commercial sex workers in Sokoto State are at war with their counterparts from neighbouring Republic of Niger and Togo. The Nigerian prostitutes are calling on Immigration Officials to arrest and deport the foreign prostitutes because they are snatching their customers and also operating illegally in the country. “We want them out because most of our customers are Hausa who prefer them to us,” says one of the prostitutes at Mammy Market, Sokoto.

She explained that an average prostitute pays at least N8,500 a week for a one-room accommodation and security, “which means we must sleep with at least four men a day as we charge N500 for short time,” she said.
 
Another lady who gave her name as Ngozi said another reason they wanted Nigerien and Togolese prostitutes out of the business was because they spread sexually transmitted diseases.
“All the foreign prostitutes here are HIV positive. We know their status,” she claimed.
 
When contacted, some of the prostitutes from Niger Republic described the action of their hosts as bordering on envy and jealousy.
Jamila, a tall and slim prostitute with long hair, said she came to Nigeria to make money and their services are cheaper than those offered by the Nigerian girls.
 
“That’s why men rush to us,” she said.
Jamila, who spoke in Hausa said there are over 1,000 of them operating in Sokoto and most of them have their residency permits.
Last week, the Nigeria Immigration Service, NIS, Sokoto Command began a massive crackdown on illegal aliens from Benin Republic, Togo and Niger. More than 500 illegal aliens were deported by the Sokoto command of NIS last week.
 
According to sources at the NIS, Sokoto, thousands of illegal aliens enter the country without following immigration procedures. They merely take advantage of Nigeria’s porous borders.
 
The NIS noted that the aliens entered Sokoto state mostly through Ilella and entered Kebbi State through the Kamba border town. The male illegal immigrants are usually employed as security guards while their female counterparts serve a petty traders and domestic servants. But the majority of the young girls operate in brothels as prostitutes, our sources said.
 
In an interview with our correspondent, the Public Relations Officer, PRO of citizens from the Sokoto NIS, Mallam Shehu confirmed the arrest and deportation of the aliens. He added that the NIS was working towards the proper documentation of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, in Nigeria.
 
Shehu stated that the exercise will be a continuous and would be carried out nationwide. “All the states of the federation will be involved in the efforts to rid the nation of illegal aliens,” the NIS PRO said.
 
Source: PMNewsNigeria
Akon And Tuface Collaborate For Masterplan Tags: Akon 2face Tuface Idibia Nigeria News Rumors Senegal News Music News Famous Africans Artists Male Artists
Coming on the heels of the buzz created by the American hip-hop star Kanye West’s signing of D’Banj and Don Jazzy of the Mo’Hits crew, into his G.O.O.D Music, Senegalese-born, United States Superstar Akon is also set to collaborate with Nigeria superstar Tuface Idibia, in what has been dubbed a perfect Africa connection.

According to a twitter message posted last Sunday morning, Akon hinted that there are plans for another mega-collaboration between himself and Tuface.
 
The Konvict Records boss tweeted with a picture of him and Tuface, revealing a ‘master plan’ in the works between Tuface Idibia and himself in Atlanta, Georgia, US. His tweet: Me and 2faceidibia working on a master plan in Atlanta! The world is not ready! African Connection.
 
Meanwhile, some music buffs have hailed the planned collaboration. “This is great news, as it is heartwarming to see such a talented Nigerian artiste being given a wider platform. However, maybe it was only a matter of time.
 
It’s no news that Akon has collaborated with so many artistes that we now struggle to keep count! In fact, just a while ago, we heard of similar talks between Akon and Tuface’s former band mate, Faze. Any which way, we await the results of this African Connection,” one music critic said of the planned connection.
 
Source: Funsho Arogundade
Ghana denies using Juju against Dream Team V
Category: African Sports
Tags: Ghana News Sport News Soccer Western African News Ghana Sports Football Gossip Voodoo Rumors
As Nigerians look for ways to ease their pain following the U-23 Eagles exist from the All Africa Games in billed to take place in Maputo, Mozambique in September, spokesman of Ghana Football Association, GFA, Randy Abbey, has revealed that the GFA did not use charms (juju) as claimed by Nigerian officials.

Speaking with Saturday Vanguard Sports in an exclusive interview, Abbey stressed that Nigerians should not lay claim to charms as the reason for their loss but an issue of misinterpretation and incompetence.
 
“First of all, what happened was very very embarrassing to say. The thing is that somebody had eaten food in a take-way pack and left it in one of the lockers presumably the last time the stadium was used, and the cleaners in the stadium did not do work well enough by cleaning it, so, it attracted fungi. That was what the Nigerian team saw and was opposed to.
 
“It is just an issue of  negligence in relation to who was supposed to clean the place and that of the stadium manager most especially for the fact that it is an international match.
 
“The most important thing is that, when the Nigerian team drew the attention of the match commissioner, the sports authority opened a third dressing room but the Nigerians refused. They insisted that they would use the corridor instead of the locker room that was clean.
 
“It was embarrassing for us as a country to make such kind of mistake. For me, I do not believe in charms (juju) to play football because if it works, all of us should know the country that would be winning the World Cup by now. I will find it a bit outrageous that people in this modern world would want to blame charms (juju) for their defeat,” Abbey revealed.
 
He reiterated his joy on the Black Meteors victory, “we are happy that we won. We expected the victory more so as we lost out in the Olympics. The All Africa Games was the only competition left for us. We are therefore excited to qualify ahead of Nigeria, knowing full well our rivalry in football,” he added.
 
Source: vanguardngr
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