Sunday, 13 November 2011

Kim Kardashian Slept With Kanye West After Reggie Bush - Amber Rose!

Did Kim Kardashian sleep with Kanye West weeks after her break up with Reggie Bush?! Amber Rose, Kanye West's ex spoke with Wendy Williams and riled up the rumor mill when she didn't deny an affair between West and Kim K. Amber was long considered the brief rebound girl for Reggie Bush following his break up with Kim but the rumors were never confirmed. Wendy Williams found a way to get the truth - and it wasn't hard.
Without explicitly stating they did the "do", Amber rose instead called their brief romance, "nice".
"One thing about me is that I'm not a home wrecker. I would never date a man that's in a relationship or a married man. I just wouldn't do it," she tells Wendy.
"I broke up with Kanye west and he broke up with Kim Kardashian and we met right after. We were both going through a hard time so we were like each other's rebounds basically. It was brief, it was nice and he's a great guy." Hmm.interpret how you like.
And on Kim Kardashian and Kanye West? Amber rose reaction was short of shouting,

29yr old music star, Soul E, picks wife no. 2

Three years after ending his controversial 'marriage' to older lover, banker and pastor Queen Ure, soul singer, Soul E, has re-married.

He married another older lover, Abuja-based banker, Petula Delinda, who he met on Facebook over three years ago. They got married last month at the Ikoyi registry and friends of the music star say unlike his last relationship, he and Petula are madly in love and very happy together. Wishing them the very best.

Petula Delinda soulE,s wife no2

Veteran actor Enebeli Elebuwa down with stroke!

The veteran actor has been down with stroke for over a month now. He's bedridden and currently receiving treatment at St Luke's Hospital, Yaba. I hear he needs financial assistance and the Actors' Guild of Nigeria is doing something about. God be with him.

Actor Ayo Badmus badly beaten by political thugs!

The actor tells Vanguard exactly what happened to him on that unfortunate day during the Sallah holidays.
It's true that I was beaten and almost killed by the thugs guarding the Chairman of Oshodi L.G.A. My wife, my brother and myself went to pay a courtesy to my boss, Tunde Kelani on the Salah day. When we got there, I went round to greet people and when I got to where the Oshodi L.G.A Chairman sat, I wanted to shake him when his brother said I ought to have prostrated.I didn't reply him even when he started insulting me, saying actors are stupid and useless. I made to leave when suddenly, I saw a group of thugs, numbering up to  twenty  pounced on me and started beating me up.
They broke bottles on my head, kicked me and almost killed me if not for my wife, brother and other people who came to my rescue.I've done a lot for the Lagos State Government even without being paid. Why should I then be treated in such a manner like a criminal?  What the Chairman of Oshodi Local Government and his brother did was wrong. They are public servants and should be polite. I never met them before in my life. Neither did I involve myself in any kind of politics. That day was the first time, I set my eyes on them. They probably felt intimidated by my presence and the way people around hailed me.

Boko Haram menace is a temporary setback - President Jonathan!

A message to you all from your dear president...he made this statement at the Presidential dialogue with Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of global corporations on Nigerian's political leadership at the 17th Nigerian Economic Summit (NES) in Abuja today. Enjoy...
Terrorism is a global phenomenon. We are very much aware of what happened in England during the IRA uprising. We are doing all we can to bring the issue to an end. The issue of Boko Haram that we are experiencing today in Nigeria is nothing new globally. Most countries of the world had experienced terrorist attacks in their long history. These are temporary challenges we have and definitely we shall get over it.
"Let me reassure Nigerians and indeed the world in general that even with the limited technology we have, the Nigerian security agencies have done well. Look at the October 1, 2010 bombing experience, all the people that were involved have been arrested and prosecuted. Most of the countries that are more sophisticated that us have done nothing to that stage. 

 "Yes we have the Boko Haram challenge now, but just like other terrorist attacks in other parts of the globe, we are working on it. It is not as if the security services and the government are not doing anything about the situation, we are working round the clock to bring the issue under control. The challenge is only a temporary setback and we shall get over it,"
Please stand up and give your president a resounding round of applause. Wow!