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Whitemoney Says ‘I’ve been single since 2015’

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Hazel Onou, AKA Whitemoney
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Whitemoney Says ‘I’ve been single since 2015’

The winner of Big Brother Naija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ Season 6, Hazel Onou, popularly called Whitemoney, has said he will like to go into full-time entertainment and will feature veteran Nigerian singer, Duncan Mighty, and release a single before the end of the year.

Speaking live on a radio show monitored by Sunday Scoop, the 29-year old said, “I am focusing on doing businesses, and I want to do full-time entertainment too. I will drop a single before the end of the year, and it will feature Duncan Mighty. Although I have not reached out to him about it, however, I am using this medium to make my plans known.”

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When asked about his love life and some of his love interests while on the reality show, Whitemoney said it was now tougher to find true love since he won the N90m grand prize.

Whitemoney Says ‘I’ve been single since 2015’

He said, “My singleness is now worse since I got out of the house because every woman now tells me, ‘Oh Whitemoney, you know I’ve been there for you. So if there’s love in the market, I’ll buy it. I have been single since 2015, and I’ve never had a girlfriend or any serious relationship since then. My time on the Big Brother Naija show helped me learn how to talk to and know women more and better.”

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Whitemoney, who also noted that he was flattered by the love Nigerians showered on him, said, “I was flabbergasted by the love which came from the north, west, east, and south. It was my first time seeing Nigerians come together for just one person’s success. I was wowed by the love I received from Nigerians from every region of the country. I didn’t see it coming, and that was why I couldn’t scream when I was announced the winner of the show.”

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Etinosa To Men: Don’t Practice Everything You Watch On Somebody’s Daughter

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Nollywood actress, Etinosa Idemudia has urged Nigerian men not to practice all the things they watch in adult movies on people’s daughter.

She gave the admonition on her Instagram page.

She urged men to take it easy on women in the bedroom.

Sharing the video, she wrote:

“No go kill Somebody’s daughter ��‍♀️

@efewarriboy allow me talk Na ����‍♀️���”

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JusticeForSylvester: Uche Maduagwu Creates Scene At The Market (Video)

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Nigerian actor and social media commentator, Uche Maduagwu on Saturday, dramatically demanded justice for late student of Dowen College, Sylvester Oromoni jnr.

The controversial critic stormed a market place and created a scene as he warned the management of Dowen College that he would pay them a visit.

The death of Sylvester Oromoni Jnr, has sparked agitations from Nigerian celebrities, as they demand justice for the child.
A Twitter user @perrisonoromoni, who claimed to be the boy’s cousin, said that Oromoni was beaten by fellow students for refusing to join cult.

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However, in a statement on Wednesday, the school denied all allegations stating that Oromoni was neither bullied nor beaten but only complained of hip pain after playing football.

In a video making rounds online, Maduagwu had bra’s strapped all around his body and in his a hand as he jumped around saying; ”Justice for Sylvester, Dowen College I am coming with my bra”

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Nigerian Gay, Bisi Alimi Says “80% Of Nigerian Musics Are Noisy, Meaningless And Toxic”

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Nigerian gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi took to his Instastoies to share his thoughts on the Nigerian music industry.

According to him, 80% of Nigerian music are noisy, meaningless, and toxic. The gay rights activist inferred that the quality of music is why Nigerians are ”noisy, meaningless and toxic.”

According to him, the remaining 20% of meaningful music do not interest Nigerians because they are not “emotionally intelligent to appreciate good music.”

Read his posts below.

Nigerian Gay, Bisi Alimi Says “80% Of Nigerian Music Are Noisy, Meaningless And Toxic”

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