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Guardian Life: Catchup For The Week

By Guardian Life
26 September 2022   |   9:46 am
With the world almost on pause following the death of British monarch Queen Elizabeth II, we centred most of our attention on the British Royals in the past week. Meanwhile, for the rest of us, as we pay our respects to the late Queen, we, however, turned our attention to other trending stories this week.…

(FILES) In this file photo taken on October 15, 2020 Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II speaks with staff during a visit to the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) at Porton Down science park near Salisbury, southern England. – Queen Elizabeth II is saddened by the challenges faced by her grandson Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, and takes their allegations of racism in the royal family seriously, Buckingham Palace said on March 9, 2021. “The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan. The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning,” the palace said in a statement released on the queen’s behalf. (Photo by Ben STANSALL / POOL / AFP)

With the world almost on pause following the death of British monarch Queen Elizabeth II, we centred most of our attention on the British Royals in the past week.
Meanwhile, for the rest of us, as we pay our respects to the late Queen, we, however, turned our attention to other trending stories this week.

A Queen Rests
Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest in a royal vault of St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on Monday, after a ceremony at Westminster Abbey attended by world leaders and power holders.
All eyes were on members of the royal family as they paid their respects dressed in beautiful black mourning outfits, each with distinct memorabilia of their relationship with the late Queen.
However, what got most of African Twitter talking was that Heads of States of African nations were piled into a single coaster bus, which many termed to be a huge difference from the extra secret service detail and convoy of US President Joe Biden.
As we continue to remember “Lilibet” for the remarkable Queen, she was, our hearts and well wishes go out to the royal family.

Adam Levine : Photo: Cosmopolitan

Infidelity Drama
Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine broke the internet this week after allegations that he cheated on his wife and tried to name his coming baby after his mistress.
His accuser and alleged mistress Sumner Stroh detailed the timeline of their relationship and shared screenshots of claimed Instagram DMS between them.
Since Stroh spoke, four other women have spoken up, accusing Levine of flirting with them despite being married. On the other hand, Levine says it’s just flirting, nothing more. Anyway, half of the internet found out this week that the woman he cheated on is Victoria’s Secret model and a screenshot of one of Stroh’s friends commenting on her (Stroh’s picture) “Victoria Secret who” has us sipping some serious tea.
Chile! THE DRAMA!

Save Your Naira
Think of getting some $, think again because of no more forex for anyone! And if your bank hasn’t stopped Naira cards from making international payments, get ready because it’s coming.
First Bank users already got the notice with their numerous emails and text messages sent to customers on Wednesday, reminding them that their Naira cards would no longer work from September 30th.
Our hearts are with First Bank users in the coming days!

Tasha K in the mud
Sooooo, remember the blogger that said that Cardi B has herpes and wouldn’t stop talking about it? Tasha K, the blogger who swore she would not back down despite court orders, has sold her properties to her husband and run down to Africa, as far as her photos show, to avoid paying Cardi the $3.3million in damages following the defamation case. Anyway, Cardi B isn’t one to back down as she has moved to hold all of Tasha’s property, money, wages and other assets, including property in safe deposit boxes or similar properties.
Cardi is seriously garnishing Tasha’s wages, and she had to run.