The 2016 Fashion Awards, was held in London at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday 5th December.
This event celebrated the British fashion industry, the biggest names in the fashion industry making an appearance, rounding off the year in the most stylish way.
Holding over 4,000 guests, with names like Naomi Campbell, Gigi Hadid, Kate Moss, Jourdan Dunn, Joan Smalls, David Beckham and Julien McDonald (who was in Lagos recently for the GTBank Fashion Weekend) – all gathered round in celebration of the re-branded British Fashion Awards. Continue reading
Meghan Rusk, better known as @phunky_town to her 14,600 followers onInstagram, has been posting festive, fun, superchic eye-makeup looks with funny names like Christmas Bacon and Burt Gingerbread Man.
“I love creating liner looks, and the holiday season is my favorite time of the year,” she told Allure. “Decorating my house the way I dream of is not economically feasible at this point in my life, so I decided I could combine my love of the holidays into my work to make up for it.”
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talked to former Access Hollywood, now Today show host, Billy Bush about trying to bang chicks back in 2005 during a one-on-one locker room banter that was recorded by an “Access Hollywood” crew. The Washington Post somehow managed to obtain the “Access Hollywood” footage from 2005, where Trump talked in graphic terms about how easy it was for celebs like himself to seduce women. Continue reading
Instagram sensation Kylie Jenner made a glamorous resurgence while out and about at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood while donning a $194 House of CB ‘Aster’ Taupe Bandage Crossover Front Jumpsuit and matching suede pumps. Continue reading
Masturbation dates back tens of thousands of years, right back to the when humans were living in caves.
Today there are of course dozens of methods of self pleasure (dildos, vibrators, manual to name a few).
But 28,000 years ago things weren’t so easy.
In honour of International Masturbation Month (May!), here’s a look at the history of self-pleasure, sex toys and, well, sex itself.
If you think that this needs a tuning down, I peacefully agree with you, but the real question here is “How do you tune down denrele without losing the real him” hmm JAMB question?
Even if you have a hard accepting the fish nets he is wearing (lol), you will still agree that the picture is beautiful! The media personality simply captioned it #WCW” What do you think?
Ahead of the GRAMMYs, Essence threw their 2016 Black Women in Music event. And some of our favorite actresses were in attendance!
Here are the fashion looks at the event! Continue reading
Anna Banner, the ex-beauty queen and mother of one looking fantastic! Mothers are not joking these days oh, bringing back the sexy!
It’s not yet a month since President Yahya Jammeh declared Gambia an Islamic Republic – ostensibly in a bid to break away from its colonial past – but the implications of that announcement are only coming into play. The president maintained that other faiths retained their freedoms regardless but all female civil servants are now required to cover their hair.
No reasons were given for the introduction of the new rule, which was announced in a memo that was leaked to local opposition newspapers.
The memo, published by Freedom stated ‘all female staff’ within government departments were no longer allowed to expose their hair during working hours, effective from December 31.
Do know what “Domestic violence” hasn’t been properly addressed in Nigeria, and I have decided to talk about that today.
The problem is so deep that it has been mistakenly encouraged, have you ever been to a Nigerian wedding and had the Chairman of the event telling the Bride and Groom that if they have any problem, they shouldn’t tell anyone outside their marriage, yeah I kind of agree to that “to a point!”, but Chairmen or MC’s of wedding events don’t add to a point, and that is just sad.
The wife who in most cases fall victim of domestic violence are been told by the society that if their husband hits/beats them, they should shut up and deal with it alone, not knowing that it can go on for years.
As you can see this so called African mentality is really killing us, and we need to address this right down from the Chairmen or MC’s remarks, and people should be encourage to speak up and talk about their problems.