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22 Aug 2021
It was indeed a week of chaotic revelations from around the world. Most of the consequences of these revelations will have a lasting effect on the lives of the affected. From getting justice to accusations of unfair play, here is a rundown of the trending stories that caught our attention. The Biggie effect Lil Wayne,…
11 Apr 2021
A mix of oohs and ahh’s with a dash of disappointment was the recipe used to create last week. From taking over the stages to struggling to remain a mensch, to praying for “just a day more”. What’s My Name? DMX Supporters and family of the hardcore rapper DMX [real name: Earl Simmons] chanted his…
24 Jan 2021
We had a few good laughs this week. With some of the most unusual events happening, we admit that we really needed that humour. From moral thieves to works getting recognised, here is a rundown of the week: Shriek! Not This The corona is touching everything we love including Ice cream. In a piece of…
3 Jan 2021
It is the beginning of a New Year, and just when we thought we were done with all that came with 2020, some of the debris came right in. Hopefully, the year itself made its resolutions as some of us did and the last of the debris ends with the week. On that note, a…
27 Dec 2020
Phew! We cannot say for certain that 2020 got nothing on us because it sure did numbers on us. From the virus that entered most dramatically with an increasing number of conspiracies, but for us in Nigeria, can anything surprise us anymore? Our tolerance level was put to the test even in the last week…
20 Dec 2020
It's Christmas and things including our minds are catching up pretty slowly. As Christmas jingles take over the streets, it seems that people are accepting the consequences of their actions and for those who are not readily available, their works are a suitable representation. Here is a rundown of the week: Billionaires club Kylie Jenner,…
29 Nov 2020
It has been a week of surprises for many and in immeasurable amounts. From miracles to hard work paying off after many trials, it was a week to count our blessings. Here is a rundown of the week: It’s heartbreak season When social media raved about Rihanna’s new film feature, not a few people were…
22 Nov 2020
Jaw-dropping stories sure took us by surprise this week. From efforts to stifle movements to clinching the hottest spot on the planet to understanding people’s views and one’s place, here is a rundown of the week. Hot sauce, who’s this? Drums roll! Well, hello there, we have crowned the new sexiest man alive, and it…
8 Nov 2020
A rather interesting week, this has been. From hopes of creating magical dreams to tales of short endings to end of fantasies and realities, this week has shown us that our emotional lives need some reevaluation. Here is a rundown of the week: Divorce tales It is another season of going in circles with the…
1 Nov 2020
Arise O’ Compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey, to serve our fatherland, with love, strength, and faith the labour of our hero’s past shall never be in vain. As Nigerians pick up the pieces of what is one of their gloomiest times ever, here is a rundown of the week: The fallout Tiwa Savage and Beyonce may…
27 Sep 2020
It's the week of new beginnings and reflection. For some, it took a lot of effort and moving beyond the public-shaming to rise to the mental space they are at now. If there is one thing we got from all that happened, it is that there comes a time when one has to decide: to…
23 Aug 2020
This week, sensitive topics were addressed. From those who wanted their hopes rekindled on a reunion, they rewarded those who questioned the choice of words of others to those who were rewarded for their efforts at curbing wrong in society. Here is a rundown of the week: “We (Not) Bring It Back Again” When a…

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