Month: November 2016

Maje Had Asked If He Could Tape Us Having Sex-Toke Makinwa talks Relationship and Finding Peace in Her New Book “On-Becoming”

 Toke Makinwa  shared her incredible relationship story in her soon to be released book “On Becoming”. In the following excerpts from the book,she talked about her wedding with Maje,making a sextape and bleaching to please her lover. Read below:

“It was my wedding day. I was happy, yet I was waiting for something to happen. Maje had disappointed me three times before. We would pick a date to go to the wedding registry and he would call it off. It wasn’t until we shared our first dance that I finally believed that it had happened. 

We got back together (after a quarrel because Maje took ‘an ex’ to a party he bluntly told Toke he wasn’t taking her to and he and the ex were ‘touching freely and kissing’)… Maje invited me to Abuja…. As I was putting away my things I saw all kinds of feminine items – earrings on the dresser, sanitary pads in the drawer…”

She further revealed that:”At some point while we were dating, Maje had asked if he could tape us having sex. This was a new one for me but I would do anything to keep my man, or so I thought, and so I obliged. But I was nervous afterwards because I didn’t want the tape to get into the wrong hands.

I dragged the file back to his desktop, and I could tell from the stilled image in the video that the person in it was not me. I clicked play and watched horrified as Maje had sex with Anita. Watching that video, all of the inadequacies I thought I had dealt with over the years came rushing back.

I had been with Maje from when I was an immature teenager, through my twenties, and for most of those years, Anita had been the standard I had to live up to. I had lightened my skin at some point – Anita was half Lebanese and half Ibibio, and Maje made me feel like he preferred her lighter skin.”

“There was a 70-day fasting and prayer programme at my church. I joined in: I was praying for Maje and I. On the final day, I asked God to reveal why Maje and I couldn’t find peace with each other. I opened my email address and typed Maje’s email address in. I went through email after email until I found pictures of a boy that looked exactly like Maje”


What Happens When A Man and A Woman Have Sex-Actor,Ik Ogbonna


Model and Actor,Ik Ogbonna took to his Instagram and write about the sexual connection between a man and woman,read below

“Each time a man connects with a woman sexually and releases his life form energy within her, he leaves a part of his information (DNA) in her birth canal. If she doesn’t clean herself, his energy remain inside of her

That imprint can often create illusional sexual addiction to the individual. When someone decides to have multiple partners, it can sometimes send mixed emotional signals within the inside of the body’s vibration system

Women must be careful of different energies or spiritual forces polluting their internal temple. You are a sacred doorway, where life is intended to pass through, respect yourself, use ur gifts wisely! Just think about it and ask yourself… Ever wonder why they call it s.exual intercourse (INTER-Course)? It’s an inter(nal) course that unites man and woman, mind with mind, spirit with spirit, or energy with energy

This is something that a condom can’t protect you against because energy is behind d elements of all flesh. There is no such thing as “Casual” Se.x or “Friends with Benefits”… No, No, No, I Don’t Think So!!! In.timate activity intricately entwines d energies between 2 people. Sex creates a powerful exchange of energy between those involved

These connections, imprints and debris are left upon the mind, soul and spirit for a long time because they are not easily purged or cleansed. ‘Casual sex’ with multiple partners can intertwine the energies and spirits of a lot of people into your own aura if they are not severed and cleansed. You become joined to every person with whom your partner has slept, as well as all the partners those people had This type of “soul clutter” can be felt by your partner’s subconscious.

Even if they are not completely in tune or aware of the extra-curricular s.exual activities, they still are able to sense the subtle disturbances of multiple energies and/or familiar spirits that have entered causing restlessness and inner turmoil. The longer and more intimate the contact with another person, the more powerful the reinforcement and the interaction of the bond becomes, and all the more difficult it is for them to untangle and leave.”

Kanye West Has Fallen Victim of The Kardashian’s Curse-Akon

When asked if he thinks Kanye’s situation might have anything to do with a curse on the sister’s male suitors.

He said “that family is cursed,I actually thought about that, because at first it was a big joke to everybody. “But in Africa there have always been sayings that sometimes you can’t deny what you see, but oftentimes the eye may deceive you too. But in this case it’s been not what you see, it’s experiences.”It’s hard to comment on something like that as much as the evidence may show you that that’s possible, you don’t wanna discredit it as it may just be bad luck

I just wanna investigate this further just for fun, it is something to think about though. I wouldn’t deny it but I wouldn’t promote it either. When you think about it, the evidence all points to it.”

Akon is now on the lookout to see if anything bad happens to Kim’s half-sister Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend,Tyga.

He added to TMZ: “If something mental happens with Tyga then we can say it’s safe to say that family is indeed cursed

Exclusive: See the Full List of BON Awards Nominees 2016

The organizers of the Best of Nollywod Awards have released the list of nominees for the 2016 edition. The nominees’ list was unveiled in Lagos to an exclusive audience comprising entertainment editors and select stakeholders in the movie industry. 

According to Niran Adedokun, president of the BON jury, the release followed weeks of screening of over 120 entries made up of feature films in English, Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo, ten short films, five documentaries and seven television series.

While congratulating the nominees, Adedokun, also a popular Punch Newspapers columnist, acknowledged the resilience of Nigerian filmmakers for defying the current harsh economic realities to sustain their creative activities. He thanked organisers of the awards for the opportunity to serve while encouraging practitioners to continue to strive for excellence noting that the industry has unlimited prospects.

Aimed at recognising and promoting the best of films and filmmakers in Nigeria, the BON Awards, in less than one decade of its existence, has become the most authentic home grown platform honouring the richness and ingenuity of Nigerian cinema. This year’s edition shall be hosted by the executive governor of Abia State, Dr. Okezie Ipkeazu. 



·        Best Actor in Leading Role (English)

·                  Wale Ojo in For The Wrong Reasons

·                  Alex Ekubo in The First Lady

·                  Patrick Leonard in  Woeman

·                  Stan Eze in Not just Married

·                  Enyinna Nwigwe  in Hire A Man

·                  Okey Uzoeshi in Something Wicked


·        Best Actor in Leading Role (Yoruba)

·                  Femi Adebayo in Gbewiri Meta

·                  Niyi Johnson in Lifeline

·                  Muyiwa Ademola in Eni –Owo

·                  Lateef Adedimeji in Yeye Oge

·                  Yomi Fabiyi in Metomi


·        Best Actor in Leading Role (Hausa)

·                  Ali Nuhu in Gamu nan Dai

·                  Sadiq Dan Sadiq in Mat Da Lados


·        Best Actor in Leading Role (Igbo)

·                  Bloosom Chukwujeku in Icheke Oku

·                  Amadi Magnus in Akaraaka




·        Best Actress in Leading Role (English)

·                  Omotu Bissong in Woeman

·                  Judith Audu in Not Just Married

·                  Ebube Nwagbo in Anniversary

·                  Belinda Effah in Oracle Online

·                  Omoni Oboli in The First Lady

·                  Iretiola Doyle in Something Wicked



·        Best Actress in Leading Role (Yoruba)

·                  Mercy Aigbe in Victims

·                  Temitope Solaja in Lehin Ikoro

·                  Toyin Aimakhu in Metomi

·                  Wumi Toriola in Eni Owo

·                  Yewande Adegbenro in Yeye Oge

·                  Jumoke Odetola in Binta Ofege


·        Best Actress in Leading Role (Igbo)

·                  Nichole Banna in Icheke Oku

·                  Adaeze Chiegbu in Akaraaka


·        Best Actress in Leading Role (Hausa)

·                  Jamila Umar in Kasata

·                  Rahama Sadau in Mati Da Lado


·        Best Supporting Actor (English)

·                  I.K Ogbonna in Hire a man

·                  Nkem Owoh in Ghana Must Go

·                  Daniel K. Daniel in A Soldier’s story

·                  Seun Akindele in Black Val

·                  Rotimi Salami in Just Not Married

·                  Gabriel Afolayan in Something Wicked


·        Best Supporting Actress (English)

·                  Nancy Isime in Hire a man

·                  Onyii Alex in Don’t fight it

·                  Helen Paul in Ghana Must go

·                  EniolaBadmus in Black Val

·                  Yvonne Jegede in The First Lady

·           Adesua Etomi/ Ivie Okujaye-Egbon/Beverly Naya in Something Wicked


·        Most Promising Actor

·                  Rotimi Salami in Just Not Married

·                  Steve Enagbare in Destiny Gate

·                  Bright Wonder in Fidelity

·                  Seun Ajayi in Studio


·        Most Promising Actress

·                  Princess Osayomwanbor Peters in Destiny Gate

·                  Gina Castle in Fidelity

·                  Ade Laoye in Studio

·                  Zainab Balogun in A Soldier’s Story


·        Best Child Actor in Movie

·                  Daniel Udah in Opeyemi

·                  Tunde Babasola in D’ Wish


·        Best Child Actress

·                  Pricilia Ojo in Black Val

·                  Neraya Akaboa in D’ Wish

·                  Angel Unigwe in Woeman


·        Best Comedy of the Year

·                  Ghana Must Go

·                  ATM

·                  Behind the Scenes

·                  The First Lady

·                  Just Not Married

·        Movie with the Best Social Message

·                  Voiceless Scream

·                  Leyin Ilekun

·                  For the Wrong Reasons

·                  ATM

·                  Woeman




·        Movie with the Best Special Effect

·                  Icheke Oku

·                  Gbewiri Meta

·                  A soldier’s story

·                  Storm


·        Movie with the Best Screenplay

·                  For the Wrong Reasons

·                  Hire  a man

·                  Icheke Oku

·                  Just Not Married

·                  Irawe Igbo

·                  Something Wicked

·                  Eni-Owo


·        Best Short Film of the Year

·                  Opeyemi

·                  D’ wish

·                  Deeply Cut

·                  Pepper Soup

·                  Silence

·                  Homesick


·        Best Documentary of the Year

·                  Amaka’s kin

·                  D’ ability

·                  For you my son



·        Best TV Series of the Year

·                  Lasgidi Cops (SCU)

·                  Studio

·                  5ive

·                  Ayanfe mi


·        Movie with the Best Editing

·                  Ghana Must go

·                  Not Just Married

·                  Hire A man

·                  Eni-Owo

·                  Something Wicked


·        Movie with the Best Sound Track

·                  Icheke Oku

·                  Igbehinloju

·                  Irawe Igbo

·                  Ghana must go


·        Movie with the Best Production Design

·                  Irawe Igbo

·                  Yeye Oge

·                  Icheke Oku

·                  The First Lady

·                  Something Wicked



·        Movie with the Best Cinematography

·                  A Soldier’s story

·                  Eni-owo

·                  Icheke Oku

·                  Just Not Married

·                  Something Wicked


·        Best Use of Nigerian Costume in a Movie

·                  Irawe Igbo

·                  Yeye Oge

·                  Icheke Oku

·                  Keji

·                  Ghana must go


·        Best Use of Make up in a Movie

·                  Icheke Oku

·                  A Soldier’s story

·                  Storm

·                  Black Val


·        Movie of the Year

·                  Icheke Oku

·                  Irawe Igbo

·                  A Soldier’s Story

·                  Something Wicked

·                  Eni-Owo


·        Director of the Year

·                  Aliu Gafar for Irawe Igbo

·                  Uduak-Obong Patrick for Not Just Married 

·                  EmekaAmakezefor Icheke Oku

·                  Desmond Elliot  for Hire A Man

·                  Frankie Ogar for A Soldier’s Story

·                  Yemi Morafa for Something Wicked

·                  Adebayo Tijani/MuyiwaAdemola in Eni Owo


·        Best Kiss in a Movie

·                  Gideon Okeke and Zhinnel Zhu in Anniversary

·                  Chelsea Eze and Mike Godson in Guy Next Door

·                  SeunAkindele and Mercy Aigbe in Victim

·                  Ik Ogbonna and Nancy Isime Hire A Man

·                  Enyinna Nwigwe and Zhinnel Zhu Hire A Man

·                  Omowumi  Dada and Gabriel Afolayan in Something Wicked



·        Revelation of the Year (female)

·                  Inem Peters

·                  Callista Okonkwo

·                  Mercy Macroe

·                  ChineyeUyanna

·                  BukkyAdeeyo

·                  Victoria Kolawole

·                  Bose Oladimeji

·                  Nkechi Sunday


Revelation of the year (Male)

·        Mofe Duncan

·        Sean Jimoh

·        Poju Oparanti

·        Wasiu Rafiu

·        Jomiloju Olumbe

·        Femi Remi

Exclusive: Toyin Aimakhu’s Ex Lover,Seun Egbegbe Nabbed While Escaping with 7 Stolen iPhones

Eye witnesses said he came into keelcech innovations store in computer village, took two latest iphone 7 and seven iphone 6 plus and told the sales girl he is coming and then crossed to enter a taxi.

It was after he left that it dawned on one of the sales rep that someone packed phones. So,they rushed and caught up with the thief and behold it was our controversial Seun Egbegbe.

At the process, he gave one of his staff the lastest iPhone 7 and that staff escaped but seun was caught.

He was beaten and he begged that nobody should take his picture.(Source:Porsche Classy Media)

Meanwhile, as speculations is going on in different camps that the situation might be a rumour,we at Emiralty will bring you updates as the truth unfolds.

Economic Recession Pushed Me to it,Cleaner Who Stole N5.675m from Bank reveals.

Peter Oko, 29, was arrested in Nasarawa State, for stealing N5.675m from the New Nyanya branch of Diamond Bank, where he worked. He revealed that he took the keys to the vault, stole the money and hid it in a carton, which he took home after the close of work.

While speaking with Punch Nigeria, he said: “As a cleaner, I knew where all the keys were kept. I single-handedly carried out the operation because I have been working as a cleaner in the bank for the past 10 years and my eyes had been on one of the keys to the vault, where the bank used to keep all its money.

My attention was not only on the keys, but on how I will carry out the operation successfully without being caught by either the security or any staff of the bank. I knew where all the secret files were kept and where the bank kept its keys where you can have access to dollars, Nigerian currency and all other currencies.

The devil of economy recession pushed me into the crime; I have never committed a criminal act before, luck ran out on me and I was caught in the process.”

Recession,Nigeria’s Reward for Waging War Against Biafra-Kanu’s Brother

Emmanuel Kanu, a sibling to the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has described recession in the country as Nigeria’s nemesis for fighting Biafra. 

A press statement released by him, read: “The family members of the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu who is being detained illegally in Kuje prison, condemned the incessant kidnapping and spilling of blood of unarmed members of the indigenous people of Biafra in parts of Biafra land. .

The blood of Biafrans spilled in Nigeria since 1945 till date is crying to God Almighty for revenge, that is why Nigerians are suffering today and no remedy is in sight unless the government of Nigeria and her security agents stop killing Biafrans and allow Biafra to become an independent state. 

They arrested the anointed man of God, Nnamdi Kanu who was sent to come and liberate his people of Biafra. Government should release my brother, and other members of IPOB unconditionally to avert more plagues on Nigeria.”

CBN Governor Advises FG to Tax Nigerians For Every Call Beyond 3mins. 

The governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN),Godwin Emefiele has advised the government to consider taxing every call above three minutes, in order to enable the country get out of recession on time.

While delivering the keynote address at the Annual Bankers’ Dinner in Lagos on  Friday, Emefiele asked the government to consider alternative revenue generating means.

He said“There are several ways we can raise additional revenue to finance the increased expenditure that is needed to engender fast and sustainable growth in the economy.

I think we can consider introducing a negligible telecom surcharge to be entirely borne by the initiator of a call. In order to protect the poor and vulnerable amongst us, we could structure it to only take effect after the third minute of talk.

Some analysis have indicated that the government could earn about N100bn per annum from this alone. Obviously this surcharge will mainly be borne by middle and upper class people since I do not know many poor people who make calls for more than 3 minutes.”

PDP mismanaged Nigeria for 16years-Presidency

President Muhammadu Buhari stated today that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) mismanaged Nigeria throughout the 16 years it ruled the country.

A statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said the President spoke during a meeting with governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, APC elders in the state, and national officers of the party before the commencement of the party governorship campaign rally in Akure, the state capital.

President Buhari assured that his government would correct mistakes of the past administrations.

The statement said, “Buhari assured Nigerians that determined, steadfast and patriotic people in the APC-led government will transform the nation’s ailing economy, which was run aground by the party that governed Nigeria for 16 years from 1999 to 2015.”

He also advised aspirants that lost the party’s ticket to Akeredolu to to try their luck in future elections.

I Wasn’t Detained in the US Because of My Breasts-Cossy Ojiakor

When the godfather of Nigeria’s comedy industry puts something on his social media accounts, people react to it in different ways.

Alibaba who is known to be very active on social media, posted on his Instagram on Wednesday that busty entertainer, Cossy Orjiakor, was detained at an airport for over two hours because of her breast.

He wrote:

“So @cossyojiakor and I were on the same flight to the USA last month… I had crossed Immigration and even checked in and realised she had not called to say she had checked in… Called later and found out they held her back at the airport for two hours. Why? I asked her. She said they said something about “No dairy products allowed”… Still don’t get it.”

When Saturday Beats reached out to the voluptuous young lady via her spokesperson, it was gathered that she saw the post and laughed about it. She further said that Alibaba was only joking.

“When she saw the post she laughed because she knew that Alibaba was only joking and she does not take things like that to heart. Most times when she reads things about herself in the media, she only laughs. The only time she took offence to a write-up was when she was accused of bestiality but that is in the past.

 She knows Alibaba was only joking and you can call Alibaba to confirm,” he said.

Via: Punch NG.