Sunday, August 28, 2016

Drake Admits that he has always been in Love with Rihanna.

Drake Admits He’s Always ‘Been in Love’ with Rihanna at the VMAs

One of pop culture’s favorite spectator sports right now is playing “are they or aren’t they” in regard to Drake and Rihanna. And tonight Drake did absolutely nothing to quell the rumors when he presented RiRi with the Video Vanguard Award. “She’s someone I’ve been in love with since I was 22 years old,” he said. “She’s one of my best friends in the world.”
“All my adult life, I’ve looked up to her, even though she’s younger than me,” he said. And then he handed over the award, tried to go in for a kiss, and got the neck. Awkward.

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They both played it off with class, and it’s hard to say whether the whole thing was an act or not, though Drake appeared his usual earnest, clumsy self. Side note—he was three hours late to the whole event, missing his award for “Hotling Bling” by at least an hour, and then when he finally showed up, he was pretty much the only guy who didn’t get the memo that tuxedos were definitely optional, so—there’s that.
In any event, Rihanna looked incredible tonight during her four performances. Scroll down to enjoy some of her best moments onstage, and then go to bed—it’s already Monday.

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Inspirational Monday Quotes For You to Start Happy

Yes, it is hard to drag yourself out of bed after a very cozy and comfortable weekend. But what can we do? You need to live life so starting life means you need to start your week. To start your week, let these Monday quotes be your fuel to success.

Inspirational Monday Quotes For You to Start Happy

1. Always believe something wonderful is about to happen.

Monday Quotes
This should be the spirit every Mondays. Know that something good will always happen.

2. Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.

Inspiring Monday Quotes

You could have fallen the last week but not this week. Rise and fight!

3. To be successful, the first thing to do is fall in love with your work.

Very Inspiring Monday Quotes
Originally posted by celebuzz

Mondays will not be hard if you love your work. If Mondays are hard, perhaps, you need to do a second thinking.

4. Spend life with who makes you happy, not who you have to impress.19

Inspirational Monday Quotes
If you meet people who makes you happy during Mondays, then it won’t be as hard.

5. Be who you are and say what you feel.

Very Inspirational Monday Quotes
If you are dreadful to meet people who you don’t like, remember this. Just be you and everyday, not just Mondays, will be beautiful.

6. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied is…

Motivational Monday Quotes
Keep getting up on Mondays to reach for your goals.

7. Today, you are you that is truer than true.

Very Motivational Monday Quotes
Originally posted by flykidme

Remember that even if Mondays ruin weekends, it is still a sign that you are alive.

8. Be so happy that when others look at you, they become happy too.

Motivating Monday Quotes
Originally posted by cutedogsandhugs

If you make others happy, Mondays are no problem.

9. Oh, come on. It’s Monday, not doomsday.

Very Motivating Monday Quotes
Originally posted by fvquotes

10. Rise Up & Attack the day with Enthusiasm.

Monday Morning Quotes
Make it happen everyday. Rise and Shine.

11. I need something that’s more than coffee but less than cocaine.

Monday Quote
They love of our lives will bring us all the energy that we need!

12. Make Today Beautiful!

Monday Quotes 1
Make every day beautiful and you and the people around you will live a happy life.

13. May your coffee be strong and your Monday be short.

Monday Quotes 2
And tomorrow there will be a new day.

14. Don’t forget to be AWESOME.

Monday Quotes 3
Wake up and start your day with a lot of awesomeness and you will get happiness back.

15. Dear Monday, I want to break up. I’m seeing Tuesday and dreaming about Friday. Sincerely, it’s not me, it’s you.

Monday Quotes 5
Our relationships with Monday are not as good as our relationship with the weekend.

16. It’s Monday. I’m Happy. I’m Blessed. God is going to do amazing things this week,

Monday Quotes and Sayings
Monday is the day that opens up the week for many opportunities.

17. It’s a good day to have a good day!

Monday Quote
If you start your day thinking it will be a good day, it will become a good day.

17. Good things are going to HAPPEN.

Monday Morning Quotes
If you believe in it it will happen to you.

18. Don’t forget to be AWESOME.

Monday Quotes
Wake up and help 1 person a day. Be kind and it’ll get back to you.

19. Ok Monday, let’s do this!

Monday Quotes
Let’s kick as like every day of the week!

20. Turning your passion into your job is easier than finding a job that matches your passion.

Monday Quotes
Find more amazing 

21. It’s Monday. Get a new perspective. Whatever obstacle you’re facing, it’s not permanent.

Monday Quotes
Every day you wake up is a day to make a change.

22. How I feel on Monday, the perfect quote.

Monday Quotes

23. Hello MONDAY!

Wake up with a coffee and a smile and you’re week will be worthwhile.


Sometimes you just really need some motivation on the Monday to get you going.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Here’s what Adesua Etomi, Sika Osei, Mo’Cheddah & Beverly Naya have to say about Negative Stereotypes, Feminism & More

Girl Power! Here’s what Adesua Etomi, Sika Osei, Mo’Cheddah & Beverly Naya have to say about Negative Stereotypes, Feminism & More
The four young ladies – Adesua Etomi, Sika Osei, Mo’Cheddah and Beverly Naya – talk to Genevieve magazine about their careers, the negative stereotypes they have faced, their thoughts on feminism and so much more.
Adesua Etomi Beverly Naya Mo'Cheddah Sika Osei
See excerpts below.

Mo: It was a single for me; Won Beri. I had been working on my album and I just did a feature on a song. I was in secondary school at the time. Months later people would point at me and say ‘That’s the Won Beri girl’.
Adesua: Maybe, winning the AMVCA…
Beverly: In a strange way, Tinsel helped a lot. Prior to Tinsel there were films that took decades to get released. Not to give them a big head, but it was Tinsel.
Sika: I think it was moving to Nigeria to do 53 extra.
Beverly: That ‘actresses are hoes looking for money all the time’. Or that because you have foreign accent, you are a snob.
Mo: If you are successful you must be sleeping with someone. My biggest issue is not being taken seriously; getting paid for an appearance and being pushed to perform. Honey Boo Boo, this is my livelihood! A performance is different from an appearance!
Adesua: Or because you are ‘yellow’ you are snobbish. And once you are dark they say… We can’t lighten you. You are too black.
Sika: I have had many people tell me to brighten up a little.
Beverly Naya
Beverly Naya

Adesua: Yes! In all honesty, and it is really sad. I never believed it till I moved to Nigeria. When I moved back, I realised that women attack women like crazy. I don’t know what it is? They would go as far as attacking your child. There are very few women who will stand up and clap at the success of another woman. I have become so conscious of things I never even thought about when I was outside Nigeria.
Beverly: Same! I never believed it till I moved to Nigeria.
Mo: It is an African thing. Female artists are bigger than male artists everywhere in the world, because the female fans are more than the male fans, and the female fans love the female artists. But in Nigeria, you find the female fans loving the boys and hating on the girls.
Sika: I didn’t even know I was black until I moved to Nigeria. (Roaring Laughter) Yes and I have lived in five different countries.
Sika: How much I make and how many men I have slept with. The only thing I would tell a guy is if I have had something to do with his best-friend or sibling because it will come back to bite me. Apart from that, we are moving on swiftly.
Adesua: I don’t think there is anything I would not tell especially if you ask. I am an open book.
Beverly: I don’t even think how many men I’ve slept with is a necessary question to ask. It’s so irrelevant, why do you care?
Mo: Why would I tell a guy how much I am making? You are making yours and I am making mine. And why would you tell a man how many men you have slept with?
Adesua: It’s so irrelevant. I know loads of virgins who have anal sex and if you ask them how many men they have been with they will gladly tell you nobody.

Adesua: The fight for women’s right isn’t something we can escape. It is always going to be that way. Society for a long time has been so male-dominated; it has gotten to the point where women would like a fair chance. I don’t think there is anything wrong with that. It is such a big deal now because most women are standing up for themselves.  Women want more options than being a wife and a mother.
Beverly: You can achieve anything you want to achieve and not focus on what the men are doing, just achieve your goals.
Sika: Not to be anti-feminist, but I actually hate the word, Feminism. I don’t understand what feminism is, to start with. And we, women, are hypocritical; when it favours us, we are all for female rights, but when it doesn’t, we are quiet. I still want a man to open the door for me. I still want him to be the man of the house. As many of the women I look up to will say, you actually need a good man as your backbone to succeed in life. Can I put a little dent in this conversation? Most women will say make sure the man loves you more. If we all believe in that, that’s not bringing ‘equality’ into the relationship.
Mo: Men need women as much as women need men. Some women just hide behind feminism when a man treats them badly.
Mo: The couple should decide, beforehand, who does what.
Beverly: I am traditional and I think a man should pay the bills but there are times that financial situations can change and I may have to pay the bills. You are paying the bills and I am taking care of the family, making sure that when you come home there is something for you to eat. It is not a struggle, it’s a partnership. That is how a marriage should be established. I cannot marry a guy that is going to make me the bread winner.
Adesua: I think a man should always be a provider; that is what he is created to be. The woman is the helpmeet, and one cannot do without the other. The fact that women are more liberal doesn’t change the fact that a man is meant to be a provider. But when you get into a relationship, figure out what works for your relationship. It might be a bit naïve to go into a relationship expecting everything to be the way it is in your head. It doesn’t work like that. You are getting with someone else and he has a completely different thought process. For me, we could have a joint account which we both fund for certain bills, while maintaining our individual accounts. It’s a partnership, but it doesn’t negate the fact that the man should be the provider and a woman, the home maker. Even if he is bringing two naira home, you best make that two naira work. But I don’t know how I would feel if I am married and my husband is doing everything. I am a woman that likes to work and I want to feel I am bringing something to the table. I cannot sit down and not contribute. I don’t function that way.
Sika: I think the most dangerous thing to do is to take a man’s purpose from him. Relationships where men are emasculated are the most toxic relationships. I come from a family where my mum was the breadwinner; my dad had to leave his job to support her because she fainted on a plane; she was travelling alot. And here is why I respect my mum so much, she realized that she couldn’t make my dad feel less of a man because quitting his job to be with her was more manly than anything she had ever seen. That was such a bold step on my Dad’s part. So when my mum makes the money, she sends it all to him to decide what they do with it. My parents have been married for 40 years and they argue about petty stuff but I never for once saw my mum disrespect my dad because he wasn’t bringing in money. I am not opposed to bringing in money as a wife but you can never ever take away the fact that the man is supposed to be the provider.
Adesua Etomi
                                        Adesua Etomi

Beverly: If it was just once, then no. If it is a constant thing, I’m out. If it is a mistake and you can genuinely see the remorse and he feels dirty and filthy then I wouldn’t leave you but if you feel like you’re entitled to cheat because you are a man, then I’m out.
Adesua: No. When you’re a lot younger, you say you will get a divorce. But you as you mature, you realize that men are just wired that way. That doesn’t mean its ok or its license for them to cheat, but it is not enough for me to leave.
Sika: No. But if you cheated as a woman, trust me your husband will not be there. I think 70% of men would leave. It is the height of disrespect to a lot of men but if they cheated they would expect you to understand.
Mo: No. …in hard times and in good times, in sickness and in health. (In response to Sika) It depends on who you are with. I feel like if I cheated on my boyfriend he would not leave me Sika Osei

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Rio2016: Faith Kipyegon Grabs 3rd Gold for Kenya after winning Women’s 1,500m event

#Rio2016: Faith Kipyegon Grabs 3rd Gold for Kenya after winning Women’s 1,500m event

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 16: Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon of Kenya celebrates with the flag of Kenya after winning the gold medal in the Women's 1500m Final on Day 11 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 16, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – AUGUST 16: Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon of Kenya celebrates with the flag of Kenya after winning the gold medal in the Women’s 1500m Final on Day 11 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 16, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
Kenya’s Faith Kipyegon, 22, has won a gold medal for her country after coming first in the women’s 1,500m race.
She completed the race in 4:8.92secs to defeat world record holder, Genzebe Dibaba of Ethiopia.
“It was an amazing race. I needed to focus for the middle because I knew Genzebe (Dibaba) is so fast and I really had to kick on the last lap,” Kipyegon said after the race.
Dibaba won Silver, while U.S.A’s Jenny Simpson took Bronze.

Photo Credit: Ian Walton/Getty Images

Monday, August 15, 2016

Rain Soul

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