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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

50 Cent mocks Kanye West’s fashion sense

American rapper 50 Cent born Curtis James Jackson III is well known for his endless trolling of people on social media.


His victims are normally Ja RuleFloyd Mayweather, American President Donald Trump among others.


The latest person to join his list of people he trolls is Kanye West.


50 cent and kanye west. Credit: vibe.com

As you might all know, Kanye is known for his weird fashion sense.


He wears things one can never imagine.


And in a recent photo, it appears the husband of Kim Kardashian sent the whole fashion thing to another extremely weird zone and this caused 50 Cent to mock him.


Sharing a photo of Kanye to Instagram, 50 Cent wrote: “welp now I know I’m not a style icon, I’m definitely not wearing that shit. LOL GET THE FUCK OUTTA HERE MAN. ”




Here’s what the Night King from “Game Of Thrones”, Vladimir Furdik looks like in real life

Last night’s episode of ‘Game of Thrones’ still remains the most epic one yet as it finally saw the end and death of ‘The Night King’ who has tormented the seven kingdoms since Season 6 of the show.


While the Night King never spoke a word on the show, his brutal character spoke for him.


‘The Night King

Behind all the makeup and CGI eyes, the man who plays the Night King is Vladimir Furdik; a stuntman, actor, stuntdouble, sword master and fight choreographer.


The 48-year old actor hails from Slovakia. Since, 1990 Furdík has worked in Hollywood as an actor and stuntman, appearing in films such as Tristan and Isolde, ”Eragon, War Horse, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time and Skyfall as a stuntman. He also appeared as a Andrzej in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and as one of the four ship guardians in Prometheus.


From World's Best To Laughing Stock - What Has Gone Wrong For De Gea?

The Spaniard has been Manchester United's best player for the past five years - but there are now calls for him to be dropped after a series of errors. 

 


David De Gea


 


They have been the most uncharacteristic of mistakes.

 

A tame Lionel Messi shot from 20 yards went right under his body, Leroy Sane’s near-post effort found him flat-footed, and a pot-shot from distance was spilled straight into the path of Marcos Alonso.

 

David de Gea’s desperately poor run of form has been depicted by three errors in four games and now many people are calling for him to be dropped, with some even suggesting that an exit to Real Madrid this summer would be no great loss after all.

Such is the life of a goalkeeper, even the one who has been Manchester United’s indisputable Player of the Year in four of the previous five seasons.

 

His record over 360 games in the United goal is of no import anymore; it’s only the last four matches that matter to the armchair managers who deal only in superlatives and absolutes. To them, he has become a figure of fun rather than the sport’s best shot-stopper, as he was almost unanimously acclaimed until very recently.

 

The Spain No.1 is clearly in a rut. The string of mistakes he has made say as much, and his run of 12 appearances without a clean sheet is the longest such streak of his United career.

 

But to look at previous such spells is to uncover a trend which sees the 28-year-old struggling amid uncertainty.

 

De Gea failed to record a shut-out in 11 straight games in the 2012-13 season shortly after being deposed as Sir Alex Ferguson’s first-choice by Anders Lindegaard.

 

The Dane had been picked for four straight Premier League games before De Gea came in for a 3-0 win at Newcastle but his next 11 matches would be interspersed with six appearances for Lindegaard as Ferguson failed to nail down an undisputed No.1 during a spell in which United conceded 29 goals in 17 games.

The Spaniard would again go 11 games without keeping the opposition out in 2015 either side of his near-miss transfer to Real Madrid.

 

He had gone seven without a shut-out at the end of the 2014-15 campaign and then was party to an eighth when being substituted due to a hamstring injury against Arsenal on a day when the Old Trafford crowd spent much of their afternoon begging him not to head to the Santiago Bernabeu.

 

After Louis van Gaal had decided to leave out the ‘distracted’ De Gea at the start of the following season, the failed move to Madrid saw the goalkeeper sign a new deal and he returned to the starting line-up against Liverpool in the September, going three more matches before recording a clean sheet.

 

It has been during periods when clarity has been missing in his personal situation that De Gea has struggled the most in his eight-year spell at United, and as such it comes as no surprise that he has been far from his best of late.

 

With his contract approaching its final 12 months, United have so far refused to meet his wage demands.

 

The talk is that De Gea and his agent Jorge Mendes are insisting that the No.1’s new deal reflects the higher pay threshold established when Alexis Sanchez arrived at Old Trafford for a back-busting £390,000 a week in January 2018. United, though, don’t want that to become the norm.

 

In the meantime, uncertainty reigns, and it can hardly have helped matters that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made multiple changes to his defensive line of late. Only in the first two matches of the recent 12-game spell have United retained the same back-line in front of De Gea, with a total of 10 different defensive selections in the dozen matches in question.

 

Solskjaer rightly remains adamant that De Gea will not be dropped.

 

“David has been unbelievable. We support each other,” the manager said after the draw with Chelsea. “There is no chance anyone can blame him for losing points, he knows he could have had that shot but that is football.

 

"David is someone who likes to play games and I will have chats with him and he will respond in the right way.”

 

Meanwhile, with his future still not sorted, United now risk losing their best player and creating an issue for themselves in the one department on the pitch which has been of no concern until recently.

 

While there has been much talk of Sergio Romero’s quality as a back-up keeper, the Argentine has hardly been infallible when he has had a run in the side during his four years at the club.

 

The truth of the matter is that De Gea is not just the best option United have, he remains among the very best in the world.

 

He has made vital errors in games of late but so did Lev Yashin and Dino Zoff and Gordon Banks. Just because their careers didn’t occur during the Twitter generation, with every piece of action being analysed on repeat for a week at a time, that doesn’t mean they were infallible.

 

As former Liverpool boss Graeme Souness so succinctly put it to Sky Sports on Sunday: “If you leave him out, you lose him forever,” and it is time United put an end to the lingering doubts and backed their greatest player of the post-Ferguson era.

 

Give him the contract he deserves, put the uncertainty in the past, and let him go out onto the pitch with a clear head and a secure future.

 

That’s the way to get the best out of David de Gea, and having the best David de Gea is a luxury few clubs could dream of.

 

Former Man Utd Defender O'Shea Announces Retirement

The defender spent 20 years as a professional, ending his playing days with Championship side Reading following a seven-year spell with Sunderland 



John O'Shea


 


Former Manchester United defender John O'Shea has announced his retirement from football on his 38th birthday.

 

The Irishman spent nearly 20 years as a professional, having graduated from the Manchester United academy in 1999 and will call it a day at the end of the 2018-19 season.

 

He gained cult-hero status at Old Trafford, where he stayed until 2011, winning the Champions League, five Premier League titles, one FA Cup and two FIFA Club World Cups, while he made a total of 393 appearances for the club. 

 

O'Shea then signed a four-year deal at Sunderland, who were managed by former United centre-back Steve Bruce at the time, and would remain in the North East until last summer.

 

The defender spent the final year of his career at Reading where he has made eight Championship appearances and helped the Royals avoid relegation.

 

O'Shea also enjoyed a long international career and is one of only six Republic of Ireland players to have amassed over 100 caps, having played 118 times for his country. 

 

In an open letter when he announced his retirement from international football in May last year, O'Shea paid tribute to Sir Alex Ferguson, who was recovering from a brain haemorrhage at the time.

 

"I would like to acknowledge the support I have always received from Sunderland and, prior to that, Manchester United, in particular, Sir Alex Ferguson," the defender wrote.

 

"I've never taken anything in life for granted and the passing in the last year of my dad, Jim, and my friend and team-mate Liam Miller has shown me that every moment in life (not just football) should be cherished."

 

Reading tweeted their appreciation to O'Shea on Tuesday: "Off the pitch, one of the nicest, most humble and genuine people you’ll meet in any walk of life.

"Happy birthday and thank you for all your efforts during your time at Madejski Stadium, John! We wish you well in the next chapter of your career!"

 

The Championship side still have one game to play this season when they take on Birmingham at home next Sunday.

 

O'Shea has not featured for the club since February, however, coming on for 18 minutes in the 1-1 draw with Rotherham. 

 

Along with the titles he won at Old Trafford, O'Shea will be fondly remembered by United fans for his stoppage-time winning goal against Liverpool back in March 2007.

Cute Photo Of Diddy & All His Children



Lovely family

Drug Trafficking: FG Secures Release Of Zainab Aliyu

Drug Trafficking: FG Secures Release Of Zainab Aliyu



The Federal Government has secured the release of Zainab Aliyu who was arrested in Saudi Arabia for alleged drug trafficking.

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, disclosed this at a news conference in Abuja on Tuesday.

He said the government has been able to establish the innocence of Zainab and the second Nigerian involved in the case, Ibrahim Abubakar will be released tomorrow to the Nigerian Mission in Saudi Arabia.

There had been several calls for her release with President Muhammadu Buhari directing the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami, to swiftly intervene and secure her immediate release.

Following the President’s directive, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Diaspora Affairs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, assured Nigerians that they were making good progress and she will be back, along with 2 others in the same situation.

Zainab who is a student of Maitama Sule University, Kano, was arrested after a banned drug, tramadol, was found in her bag.

She claimed it was planted in her luggage by unknown persons.

The student had reportedly travelled from Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport in company with her mother, Mrs. Maryam Aliyu, and sister, Hajara Aliyu, but was arrested over allegations that a bag bearing her name tag contained the unlawful substance.

Game of Thrones:: Season 8 - Episode 3 Recap: The Stab Heard Round the World




Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow battled poor visibility and the army of the dead.

Photograph Courtesy HBO

In the days leading up to the “Game of Thrones” undead apocalypse at Winterfell, many of us wrestled with which characters we were willing to lose. We’d have to lose a bunch, logic went, some painful. Theon, some of us reasoned, would be fine to give up. He had a rough life, a grim groin situation, redemption, and a tender bowl of soup with Sansa. Some felt they could sacrifice Grey Worm or Davos Seaworth, as long as they could keep Brienne or Tormund. It was all quite ghoulish and weird, just as “Game of Thrones” has encouraged us to become: the grunting ice zombies to its Night King. But in the end we did O.K.—no dead Lannisters or Starks or Briennes of Tarth. It was a bloodbath ending in ice chips, and we emerged feeling good.

As the episode begins, in the quiet predawn hours at Winterfell, dread is all around: black skies, black hearts, might lose. Grey Worm dons his creepy helmet, Bran gets rolled out to the godswood, I frantically adjust the lighting in my living room. The lights are off in Westeros, and there’s nothing I can do in New York to improve it. I turn off everything but a pink L.E.D. plant bulb, like a weed enthusiast trying to establish a mood.

As the phalanxes stand stock still, looking tough, who should saunter up on horseback but the ninety-per-cent tedious and ten-per-cent fantastic Melisandre of Asshai, spooky wielder of fire magic? She has Jorah tell the Dothraki army to lift their swords, then says a little High Valyrian hocus-pocus, and blammo—the army’s swords burst thrillingly aflame, à la Beric Dondarrion’s. I despise battle episodes, but the panning shot of those swords lighting up in the darkness is glorious. The firesword maneuver, by my count, is the second acceptable thing Melisandre has done on this show, and I salute her for it.

I’ll spare you the details of the entire battle. Suffice it to say that it begins with subtitles that read “Unsullied grunt” and “wights snarling,” and my frantically eating clementines, which is all I can contribute to the war effort. Charge! As Dany and Jon rev up the dragons, bringing the dracarys fireballs, great clouds of snow and ash fly around. Visibility-wise, we go from Mr. Magoo to Mr. Magoo in a snowstorm.

The episode helpfully cuts between the battlefield, the dragon skies, the crypt—where mothers, children, the elderly, and able-bodied adults huddle in fear and mild embarrassment—the godswood, and the ramparts, so we can worry about every battle, everywhere, always, in our mind. The dragonfire is beautiful; the tree zone is quietish. In a fight, Edd saves Sam Tarly, then Edd dies: his watch has ended. In the crypt, Tyrion swigs from a flask; in the sky, Jon and Dany fly through what appears to be the ash cloud above Eyjafjallajökull. The soldiers rush into the castle as wights advance, and Melisandre, fire pal, magically lights the trenches—boy, she is great, I’ve decided.

The clever conversationalists of Winterfell, inevitably, are of crypt constitution. Varys, sage and camp as death yowls ever closer, says, “At least we’re already in a crypt.” Tyrion, not wanting to join the army of the dead, says, “I can think of no organization less suited to my talents.” “Witty remarks won’t make a difference,” Sansa says. “That’s why we’re down here. None of us can do anything.” The most heroic thing they can do is “look the truth in the face.” She and Tyrion reminisce, somewhat fondly, about their improbable but not-so-bad marriage. These two have both matured. I can relate to these crypt-dwellers somehow, chatty and powerless in a world of snarling musclemen.

In the godswood, as Theon tries delivering a heartfelt speech, Bran gives him the same line he gave Jaime: Hey, man, everything you did brought you to where you are now. (In the seventies, we expressed this by singing “Circle” around a campfire.) That settled, Bran takes off, in his own special way. “I’m going to go now,” he says, and wargs wargward, with Little Orphan Annie eyeballs. “Go where?” Theon says, uselessly, to ravens, crowing, fire, atmosphere. This is an episode with a surfeit of atmosphere. It reminds me of a Lillian Hellman revival I went to that was mostly stage fog.

Into this vibe walks the Night King, Snoozefest of Doom. As his wights terrifyingly breach the Winterfell fire wall, I breach the lid of a can of Pringles—clementines can’t save me now. “Archers on top!” Jaime yells. Gendry fights with a wight, rampartly; Arya ninjas it up with her double-ended stabbo. The Hound, depressed, gives up—and he’s probably not thrilled about all this fire—and Beric is annoyed. “You can’t fight death!” the Hound grouses.

“Tell her that!” Beric says, pointing to Arya, who’s scrabbling around and fighting like hell, as is young Lyanna Mormont, late-series fan favorite. Lyanna sees a repulsive giant, like a blue-eyed Wun-Wun with zero good qualities, or possibly the thing that Tormund killed in his youth, and she runs at it, screaming wonderfully, with a hatchet. I love this girl. He picks her up, grody King Kong to her Fay Wray. As he tries to crush her, I realize I’m actually crying—even more so as she hollers again and hatchets him in the eye, zombie-kill style. They fall—oof!—and die. She reminds me of the end of “Carmen”: a gorgeous moment of bravery in the face of end-of-life unpleasantness.

After a bunch of wight hooey with Arya in a library, and continuing anxiety in the crypt, valor, in the form of saving Arya from a wight pack, takes Beric Dondarrion. Arya and Melisandre mourn him in a cozy alcove. “The Lord brought him back for a purpose,” Melisandre says. “Now that purpose has been served.”

“I know you,” Arya tells Melisandre. She doesn’t mention that she was just talking about her, in a leeches-and-virginity-focussed seduction ploy. “You said I’d shut many eyes forever.”

“Brown eyes, green eyes, and blue eyes,” Melisandre says. “What do we say to the god of death?”

“Not today,” Arya whispers, and charges off. Attagirl!

At the godswood, Theon is raring to go, arrows aflame. Outside the walls, there’s a little fakeout: Dany blasts the Night King with dragonfire, but he lives, and smirkingly. Conveniently, the Night King is a drama queen: he turns slowly, he struts slowly, he lifts his arms to raise the army of the dead slowly. As with a Bond villain, preciously deployed theatrics give the good guys time to catch up. As the freshly killed of Winterfell come zombie-ing alive—poor Lyanna Mormont’s eyes open, that eerie blue, and the cellos match our woe—things are looking bad all over. Viserion crashes through a Winterfell wall, closing in on Jon with blue fire. Drogon is injured and Dany fends for herself; as a wight descends, faithful Jorah chops its head off. He and Dany fight side by side and do some damage; it’s fun to see Dany actually wield a sword, after all her tough talk. In the crypt, Tyrion kisses Sansa’s hand tenderly. My emotions return. I’m going to miss all these guys someday soon.

In the godswood, Theon has somehow fought off a legion of wights and is breathing a sigh of relief—now I just have to fight the Night King, he thinks. As the Night King appears, Bran wakes up, removes his “Back in Fifteen Minutes” sign—where the hell washe?—and tells Theon he’s a “good man,” thanking him. Theon gets teary. Maybe Bran went to etiquette camp on his little journey.

With the raging glory of a give-’em-hell Lyanna Mormont, Theon charges the Night King full force, but the Night King quickly runs him through with his spear—it’s a swift, sad, definitive, Rickon Stark-like death. Goodbye, dear Theon. You had a good arc. May your penis return to you in the afterlife.

The Night King approaches our raven-boy hero, to a few plaintive piano notes. With the calm of a tai-chi master, he begins to unsheathe his backpack sword. And who should come flying through the air—I understand neither the logistics nor the “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” physics of this, and frankly I don’t care—but Arya effing Stark, screaming like a warrior, Valyrian-steel dagger in hand. The Night King turns and grabs her, midair; she stabs him in the chest—with the same dagger that was used in an attempt to kill Bran in Season 1!—and causes him to explode into a bunch of deliriously wonderful ice cubes, his whole horrible army following suit: White Walkers, undead dragon, wights, all those motherfuckers. I growl-scream with such joyful force that my neighbors may dial 911, or at least 311. A thousand C.G.I. ice monsters go boom, and somehow it has brought me great joy. The living have vanquished the dead, and I have become a fantasy enthusiast.

That Jorah Mormont dies seems, to me, like a small price to pay. But Dany, reasonably, weeps for him, evincing not only human emotion but the willingness to get blood on her beautiful white coat. It’s touching, but I’m distracted by thoughts of Arya, and of how Gendry might react to all this. Melisandre, declaring that her work here is done, removes her magical necklace and wanders off to die on a snowy moor. Goodbye, you mysterious creature beyond my ken. Next week: monster cleanup; crypt expansion; a ticker-tape parade; cheering in a mead hall; and war among humans, just like the good old days. Onward and upward with the Starks!



WHY JACOB WOHL ISN’T IN JAIL

Remember when young Jacob tried to frame a former FBI director for fabricated crimes? Now this:


A pair of right-wing provocateurs are being accused of attempting to recruit young Republican men to level false allegations of sexual assault against Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg.

The details of the operatives’ attempt emerged as one man suddenly surfaced with a vague and uncorroborated allegation that Buttigieg had assaulted him. The claim was retracted hours later on a Facebook page appearing to belong to the man.

A Republican source told The Daily Beast that lobbyist Jack Burkman and internet troll Jacob Wohl approached him last week to try to convince him to falsely accuse Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, of engaging him sexually while he was too drunk to consent.

The source who spoke to The Daily Beast said Burkman and Wohl made clear that their goal was to kneecap Buttigieg’s momentum in the 2020 presidential race. The man asked to remain anonymous out of a concern that the resulting publicity might imperil his employment, and because he said Wohl and Burkman have a reputation for vindictiveness.


I guess I’m incurably naive, but I would have thought that somebody who does this kind of stuff repeatedly would suffer some legal consequences at a minimum, or perhaps in the alternative have a real bad accident of some sort.


On the other hand it’s not like he wears a hoodie while walking down the street while black.


Monday, April 29, 2019

Sri Lanka Bans Face Coverings After Easter Bombings

Sri Lanka Bans Face Coverings After Easter Bombings



Sri Lanka has banned all kinds of clothing that cover the face and prevent identification, such as niqabs and burqas, officials said on Sunday, a week after the Easter bombings that left over 250 people dead.

The ban does not directly refer to Muslim female garb, burqa and niqab, but was seen as a clear reference to the type of dress.

A statement from the office of the president said the ban was being introduced from Monday under new regulations brought under a state of emergency in response to the Easter bombings in the capital, Colombo.

Causes of JOHN SINGLETON's DEAth AT 51

John Singleton, the first African American nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director -- whose decorated career spanned nearly three decades in Hollywood -- has died ... TMZ has learned.

A Singleton family rep says he passed "peacefully, surrounded by his family and friends." The news comes more than a week after the famed director suffered a massive stroke. As we first reported ... John's mom, Shelia Wardfiled legal docs asking the judge to appoint her temporary conservator because he was "unable to properly provide for his personal needs for physical health, food, clothing, or shelter." He had been in a coma in ICU at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A.

The "Boyz n the Hood" director suffered the stroke 12 days ago after returning from Costa Rica and experiencing problems with his legs. He checked himself into Cedars where he suffered a stroke on April 17 in his hospital room. 

John directed 9 films ... including "Poetic Justice," "Higher Learning," "Four Brothers" and "2 Fast 2 Furious." He also has several high-profile producer credits to his name ... including the critically acclaimed film "Hustle & Flow." He co-created the FX hit series "Snowfall" and directed episodes of "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story" as well as "Empire" and "Billions."

John's burst to stardom came just 2 years after he graduated from USC. He was only 24 years old when he made his directorial debut ... and the world noticed, earning him an Oscar nomination in 1992 for Best Director. He also earned a nomination for Best Original Screenplay.


He heavily guarded the project from start to finish ... only allowing the 'Breakfast Club' director John Hughes to read his script. Raised in South Central L.A. and coupled with the fact 'Boyz' was set in the same area -- John refused to let anyone else direct his film. 

The move paid off ... because in 2002 it was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry.

John's family said, "Like many African Americans, Singleton quietly struggled with hypertension. More than 40% of African American men and women have high blood pressure, which also develops earlier in life and is usually more severe. His family wants to share the message with all to please recognize the symptoms by going to Heart.org."

The family also revealed something we didn't know. He kayaked in Marina del Rey every morning. They also said his greatest joy other than making movies was sailing his boat, J's Dream, up and down the Pacific Coast.  

The family added, "We who have grown up with John, made movies with him, sailed with John and laughed with John, know the universe of calm and creativity he created for so many. Now in the wake of his death, we must navigate the storm without him. It is, for us, heartbreaking."

John was married only once ... to Ghanaian actress Akosua Gyamama Busia in October 1996. They divorced a year later. He's survived by his mom and 7 children.

Fashion model dies after collapsing on runway in Brazil



A male fashion model has died after collapsing on the runway at Brazil’s Sao Paulo Fashion Week.
Twenty-six year-old Tales Soares, known artistically as Tales Cotta, was walking the runway Saturday when he suddenly stumbled and fell as he was about to exit,CNN reports.

His catwalk fall was captured on a video from the event.



— newshoopi (@NewsHoopi) April 28, 2019

Soares received help after falling and was taken to a hospital where he later died, fashion week organizers said in a statement posted to Twitter.
“We are sorry for this loss and give our sincere apologies to Tales’ family.”

Ciara & Russell Celebrate Daughter's 2nd Birthday

Ciara & Russell Celebrate Daughter's 2nd Birthday




It was their Princess' second birthday. And Ciara and Russell Wilson celebrated daughter Sienna's special day, with an Elmo-themed bash.

The couple also took to social media to dedicate special videos to their little one.
It was their Princess' second birthday.

And Ciara and Russell Wilson celebrated daughter Sienna's special day, with an Elmo-themed bash.

The couple also took to social media to dedicate special videos to their little one.
'Oh my little Sassy Sunshine! 2 going on 20 is what you really are today! You are the perfect little girl I’ve always hoped for!,' she began.

'The independence and opinion you have already just makes me smile! I’m so proud of you and I’m so excited to keep watching you grow! I love you so much!'

Meanwhile, Russell also shared a video in dedication to his daughter.

'Sienna... ever since the moment you breathed into this world you change my life forever. Your smile. Your laugh. Your joy. Your heart. Everything about you not only changed me for the better but has changed mommy, brother, and the world.

You are a world changer. A difference maker. You are Miss Independent. You are a Princess that’s going to be a Queen. Daddy Loves You Forever! We Love You! Happy 2nd Birthday BabyGirl. Love... Daddy, Mommy, & Brother. @Ciara,' he concluded








Photo of Late Emiliano Sala In Morgue Posted Online

Photo of Late Emiliano Sala In Morgue Posted Online




Police say they are probing how a sick image of dead Cardiff City footballer Emiliano Sala lying in a morgue was leaked and posted online.

The 28-year-old's body was taken to the Holly Tree Lodge mortuary in Bournemouth, Dorset, after it was found in the English Channel on February 6 and ahead of a post-mortem examination.

Police branded the act 'shameful' and say they are considering the possibility someone may have broken in and taken a picture before disseminating them online.

It comes just a day after Sala's father Horatio died of a heart attack aged 58. The image was posted on Twitter before it was quickly deleted.  

Less than a week after the discovery of his body, an inquest was told the Argentine died as a result of injuries to his upper body and his head.

Yesterday Dorset Police said: 'We are aware that a picture reported to be of Mr Sala's body has been shared on social media channels and are disgusted somebody did this.

'We are investigating this incident and working with a number of ¬agencies to establish how the picture was taken and who is responsible.'

A source told The Mirror: 'One theory is that someone broke into the mortuary and took these pictures.'


EFCC Files Fresh Charges Against Bauchi Governor-Elect, Mohammed

EFCC Files Fresh Charges Against Bauchi Governor-Elect, Mohammed




The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has filed fresh charges against the Bauchi Governor-elect, Bala Mohammed. Mohammed was charged on six counts bordering on failure to declare his assets and false information.

According to information, the governor-elect would be arraigned in court 26 at the federal capital territory (FCT) High Court, Maitama in Abuja, on Monday.

“He will be arraigned on six counts bordering on false declaration of assets and giving false information to the EFCC,” a source in EFCC was quoted to have said.

“There are some properties he bought which he did not disclose to the EFCC but were discovered. The details will be unveiled when the charges will be read to him.


Zari now hiring men to pose as boyfriend to make Diamond jealous


Socialite Zari Hassan has been fighting with the better part of East Africa after Diamond Platnumz came out with shocking revelations recently.


Diamond claimed that Zari cheated on him with P square singer Peter Okoye a reason why he walked away. Since then, Zari has been fighting with fans while trying to justify she never cheated.





Filters


In the process, fans started digging her and realized that her new man, King Bae, might not be the same man. According to fans, the mother of five is hiring men to pretend they are dating.


Fans posted a collection of pictures on social media claiming that King Bae is not one person because he looks different in all the photos she has been posting on social media.


Well, all what I know is that these are just filters changing things but King Bae might actually be there.


Here’s the photo:



Tanasha denies leaking Zari’s s3x [email protected] to spice up her classy reply



When Zari Hassan fumed up and called Diamond Platnumz and his new catch Tanasha Donna “two Idiots”, the NRG radio presenter didn’t lose her mind.

Instead she answered Zari with a classy reply that impressed many.



“I am just here like what do I have to do with this? I am sorry but I will not respond by speaking ill of someone I don’t know I am all about positive energy.I can never disrespect a woman I’ve never met and don’t even know simply so I can get a point across. I have no reason to hate tbh. way too mature to tear another woman.” she posted. 

Leaked

Fans believe however, in the dark and away from the public eye, Tanasha has been working over time to destroy Zari’s image. This is after Zari’s sex tape somehow made it’s way to instagram and some believe Tanasha was behind it.

Tanasha had to deny this, insisting that she’s not behind the resurfacing of Zari’s sex tape that was first leaked by her enemy, socialite Mange Kimambi who’s based in USA.

Taking to social media, Tanasha urged people to stop trying to create enormity between Zari and her with such stunts.

“All of a sudden some nonsense is going round that I hacked someone’s account? People be too much, I swear. I can’t even change my profile to private leave alone hack an entire account. I wish my IT skills were that high tbh.”

Adding:

“The fake beef they imagining in their heads don’t exist. You on your own fam.”

What to do when your partner gives you the Silent Treatment



1. Relax. Know that tough times and challenges will be there. Don’t be irrational or frantic. Exercise patience.


2. Look back. What brought about the silent treatment? Something you said? Something you did or didn’t do? Misunderstanding?


3. Pray about it. Let God reveal to you how to go about it. Repent to God if you’ve done wrong. Pray that God makes your spouse’s heart moldable and receptive.


4. Apologize even if what you said was right. Apologize if how you said it came out wrongly. Love is not about proving who is wrong or right. What you need is for your spouse to warm up to you by you showing you are understanding. Say sorry as you give eye contact, but if you are being avoided, write a text or a letter, reach out.


5. Don’t over apologize. Do one good sincere apology then give your spouse time for the apology to sink in. Don’t nag.


6. Play music that calms and warms the heart. Play love songs, spiritual music in the house. Praise and worship God so that the presence of God feels the home. In the fullness of God there is fullness of joy.


7. Present yourself to your spouse, be around your spouse. Even if you two won’t talk, just be available.




8. Start light conversations. Don’t bring up the topic or tell your spouse to lighten up and stop acting cold. Attack will only make your spouse defensive.


9. Tell your spouse how your day has been even if you get cold or brief feedback. Your spouse may be silent but you talk just like you used to. Be happy and smiling. Your warm demeanor is attractive.


10. Do for your spouse things he/she likes. Cook your spouse’s favorite meal, buy your spouse the movie he/she likes.


11. Give warm eye contacts.


12. Dress sexy in bed. Do something different in the bedroom. Go all out in arousing and pleasing your spouse. Make love, intimacy breaks down walls.


13. When your spouse is now more intimate with you, talk about the matter in depth, each giving their opinion without being judged. Talk about the root cause, how it feels. Tell your spouse it is difficult to deal with matters when you give each other silent treatment, but still telling your spouse you understand why he/she went silent.


14. Apologize once again. Forgive if wronged.


15. Agree on a way forward, how to deal with the issue in future.


16. Hug and kiss, cuddle, release. Say how much you need each other.


17. Pray for your marriage together that God will keep molding you two. Cover your marriage with prayer.


18. Make love, go back to loving, laugh, talk about other positive stuff. Wake up in the morning smiling.


19. Leave the matter in the past. It has been resolved. Move on.


Sunday, April 28, 2019

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Chelsea make four changes to the XI that drew 2-2 with Burnley last Monday. Rudiger replaces Christensen in the heart of defence, while Emerson drops to the bench – allowing Alonso to play left-back. In midfield, Kovacic starts over Loftus-Cheek and an enforced switch sees Callum Hudson-Odoi unable to play due to an Achilles rupture sustained against Burnley. Willian is the man chosen to fill the void.



Manchester United make five changes to the side that lost 2-0 to Manchester City midweek. Bailly replaces Smalling at centre-back, while the return of Herrera and Matic drop Fred and Darmian to the bench. In attack, Pereira gives way to Mata, who plays behind Rashford and Lukaku – the latter replacing Lingard in the starting line-up.


CHELSEA SUBS: Willy Caballero, Pedro, Ross Barkley, Andreas Christensen, Davide Zappacosta, Olivier Giroud, Ruben Loftus-Cheek.


CHELSEA XI (4-3-3): Kepa Arrizabalaga; Cesar Azpilicueta, Antonio Rudiger, David Luiz, Marcos Alonso; N’Golo Kante, Jorginho, Mateo Kovacic; Willian, Gonzalo Higuain, Eden Hazard.


MANCHESTER UNITED SUBS: Sergio Romero, Matteo Darmian, Alexis Sanchez, Marcos Rojo, Anthony Martial, Andreas Pereira, Scott McTominay.


MANCHESTER UNITED XI (4-3-1-2): David De Gea; Luke Shaw, Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly, Ashley Young; Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic, Ander Herrera; Juan Mata; Marcus Rashford, Romelu Lukaku.



 


8 Inspiring Decor Ideas to Satisfy Your Wanderlust

To satisfy your constant dream of touring the world, you need to start visiting various places and see the nature, culture, and all manner of memories. But before you can travel, you can start building the motivation right inside your house. You also need to bring the reality close to the eye to increase your desires to fill that empty space of your heart yearning to meet the world and its adventures.


Various internal decor ideas will boost your desires and build your dreams until they come true. You can only fulfil your wanderlust when you plan and prepare yourself, then finally you go out there to explore the cities and the historical sites you have dreamed of.


You also build yourself for any adventurous experiences like hiking, caving, and canoeing in a faraway village, away from your homeland. Whatever your goals are, we help you to achieve them with these wonderful tips rotating around your home.


Here are the 8 things in decor that will boot and help you satisfy your travel desires.


Remind Yourself of Travelling Time




Travelling is inevitable, and you need to always remind yourself of your desire to visit various cities. Whether you are dreaming to go to Bangkok, or Sydney, or New Vascular, you should put your top cities always on the priority with the use of clocks. Simple clocks will suffice your needs.


When you go shopping for clocks for your house, take note of how many you will need. Maybe one in the master bedroom, another in the hallway, one in the kitchen, etc. Remember to put a wall or table clock everywhere. The only place you can give it a miss is in the bathroom.


Mark each clock with a unique city name that you are planning to visit and set the time to read the local time of that city. Whenever you look at the clock, you will remember it is time to go for a sunbath or your adventure. It will motivate you to work hard to go to the city.


 


2. Use Travel Guides for Decorating Your Dressing Room




Whether you just partitioned your bedroom to create a separate room for dressing or you have a dedicated changing room, making it visually appealing requires some work. Let us say you have a wardrobe on one end of the room and the other side is leading to the hallway or bedroom, you still have two walls to work on.


Use one wall for travel guides so that you will always remember that you need to visit the destination. The other side, of course, is dedicated for a lighted mirror so that you can dress up and ensure you are neat before going out.


 


3. Get a Sticker with Names of Places for Your Living Room




Large maps and stickers can decorate your sitting room and bring the amazing imagery of the various cities and countries you wish to visit close to you.  If you choose to use a world map, choose one with cool colours, for example, a satellite map or colours depicting the same.


Seeing the amazing features like mountains, valleys, rivers, oceans makes the world closer, and you can easily pack and leave to fulfil that wanderlust you have held for long.


 


4. Dream of Travelling and Live the Dream




Maybe not really the correct translation, but bringing your intentions of travelling close to reality can happen in your bed. Get pillows made of the maps of various countries you wish to visit. They will remind you of the plans every evening as you go to bed and every morning when you wake up.


Reminders have an impact on our intentions, behaviours, and actions. Reminding yourself of your travel plans before sleeping and immediately you wake up will build up your intentions and plan for your adventure to make the dream come true.


 


5. Get a Scratch Map for Your Table Mat




A scratch map is a map you can “scratch” off the places to have been to. It is an interactive way of identifying keeping record of the countries you have been to and where you need to visit soon. By employing this method, you will want to travel more so that you can scratch more.


 


6. Get an Inspiring Illuminated Globe




Everybody has or wants to buy a globe for their homes. Why not get an illuminated one to inspire your wanderlust? This type of globe has lights that mimic the lighting systems in various cities around the world, giving you the desire to visit and see for yourself.


 


7. Use Your Travel Suitcase as a Cabinet




No. It is not about being poor, but creative. We know that you can call a garage door repair service to fix your car parking door and other electric doors at home. But Who needs to repair old items in the house like a suitcase or a broken analogue TV that is not supported any longer? Using the old suitcase as a cabinet in your bedroom can keep your travel memories and rekindle your travelling desires.


 


8. Butterfly Bucket List for Travel Destinations




Get a jar and some pieces of paper. Write your travel needs, goals, and desire for each city to which you want to make a trip. Fold the pieces of paper into small butterflies and mark them, then pin them to the wall. For each travel goal you meet, you pluck off the butterfly and put it in the jar. This will inspire your travel dreams as it makes your house looks beautiful.


 


Zari rubs salt on Diamond's wounds with sweet post to Okoye

Zari, Peter (Inset) and Diamond [Photo: Courtesy]

The saga surrounding Zari Hassan break up with Diamond Platnumz is not about to lose steam anytime soon.


This is after Zari heaped praise on Peter Okoye - the former one-half of Nigerian music group P-Square in a since-deleted post that he is a “handsome” and “sexy” man.


“I finally got a chance to watch my hommie’s new video for the song ‘One More Night’. Damn! hot, tall, dark, handsome, sexy and loaded. He is a husband and daddy too. He is every woman’s dream; a real husband material. Sexy daddy Oko lola. Ah ah! Only you? @peterpsquare You finish work for this video no be small. Guys, go check it out! Link on his bio,” posted Zari.


A sly post from Zari which some interpreted was a dig at her ex-lover, Diamond, who on Tuesday 23 claimed that she cheated on him with Okoye and a trainer.


“Namheshimu Zari ni mzazi mwenzangu, alikuwa wife material. Alikuwa anataoka na Peter wa Psquare, niliwahi kukuta sms nikamuuliza.


“Alikuwa anachepuka pia na Trainer wake na alikua anamleta hadi kwangu, lakini sijawahi kufunguka. Na ukweli sijawahi kuachwa na Mwanamke, Ukizingua nitakupiga matukio utaondoka mwenyewe,” Diamond told Wasafi FM.


In a quick rejoinder on Cool FM, Okoye said that the allegations were “stupid.”


“To be honest with you, I do not know what they are talking about. I can never, and would never say anything. Please, I have a new single, and I do not want to get distracted. I do not want to comment on Diamond’s allegations. In fact, it is stupid,” Okoye told Midday Oasis show.


Methodist Church turns nightclub

Not even the presence of a group of people carrying the Word on the streets could distract holiday makers.


The Easter season is meant for the remembrance and celebration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ by Christians who mark the period with church services but for the members of the Emmanuel Methodist Church at Obomeng, Kwahu in the Eastern Region, it means abandoning their activities.

This is because the church is located on the Obomeng High Street, which is the epicentre of the Easter celebrations on the Kwahu Ridge where the biggest of street jams take place with alcoholic beverages, indecent fashion and all the things that Christianity frowns on.

This Easter season, with the absence of the congregation, Kasapreko, producers of Alomo Bitters turned the uncompleted church building into an “Alomo Village” which housed a bar, a fufu joint, a live band arena (during the day) and a night club.

At night, a kaleidoscope of colours dominated by yellow, took over the building as revellers danced to ear-splitting music in the temporary discotheque with alcohol flowing everywhere.

It was a scene of vulgarity with some female revellers wearing skimpy and tight shorts, leggings and brassieres only, while some of their male counterparts danced around bare-chested.

Almost every single secular song that connotes and promotes obscenity was played inside the church building — with women twerking while the men stood glued behind them, twisting and turning their waists.

Obomeng High Street

Located on a street that on ordinary days is quiet but described by some as “the street of hell” during Easter, the church is forced to abandon its building and its members join other congregations until after the festivities.

Not even the presence of a group — Word on the Street — carrying biblical messages calling people to repent could distract holiday makers going in and out of the building.

The church was not the only building taken over by businesses cashing in on the season on the Obomeng High Street. Some homeowners gave out the frontage of their properties to organisations, including night clubs operations, alcoholic beverage companies among others, to do business.

Church reaction

When The Mirror newspaper contacted, the Administrator of the Nkawkaw Diocese of the Methodist Church, Very Rev. Daniel Agyei confirmed what he described as a worrying situation.

“In our chapel at Obomeng, we are unable to even attend church service because the whole premises has been taken over by traders.

“Unfortunately, things they are trading in like wine and alcoholic drinks are contrary to the occasion we are celebrating,” he said.

He said the church over the years had not insisted on taking the building from the traders because the atmosphere was not conducive for worship and the church was not interested in a confrontation.

Very Rev. Agyei, who is also the Circuit Minister of the Obo Circuit of the church, said the church would have to complete its building and fence it to ward off the traders and companies that turned it into a trading centre during the Easter festivities.

“Easter is an occasion for people to reflect on their lives and compare it to how God expects us to live according to the way Jesus Christ came to show us,” he said.

He expressed concern about the high level of debauchery that had become associated with Easter celebrations and urged young people to have time for God rather than the excessive pleasure they sought.

“Sometimes it looks as if we are rather teasing God about what He has done for us through the type of negative things we do during Easter. Poor dressing to expose ourselves and taking in so much alcohol and engaging in illicit sexual behaviour at such a time, I don’t think it is the best," he said.

The minister said such had been the influence of the secular celebrations that the Local Council of Churches was compelled to hold its conventions a week before the Easter.

“The way people are into these secular activities, if you put the crusade on the same day it will not work. So you do it a week earlier to sensitise the people to the fact that they should be careful of these things,” he said.

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Unai Emery makes three changes to the team that lost to Wolves on Wednesday. Mustafi, Kolasinac and Aubameyang all start. Koscielny starts on the bench, while both Mesut Ozil and Nacho Monreal aren’t included in the squad.


ARSENAL SUBS: Petr Cech, Joe Willock, Eddie Nketiah, Mohamed Elneny, Laurent Koscielny, Matteo Guendouzi, Konstantinos Mavropanos.


ARSENAL STARTING XI (4-4-2): Bernd Leno; Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Shkodran Mustafi, Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Sead Kolasinac; Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Lucas Torreira, Granit Xhaka, Alex Iwobi; Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette.


LEICESTER CITY SUBS: Danny Ward, Nampalys Mendy, Kelechi Iheanacho, Harvey Barnes, Caglar Soyuncu, Christian Fuchs, Demarai Gray.


LEICESTER CITY STARTING XI (4-1-4-1): Kasper Schmeichel; Ricardo Pereira, Jonny Evans, Harry Maguire, Ben Chilwell; Hamza Choudhury; Marc Albrighton, Youri Tielemans, Wilfred Ndidi, James Maddison; Jamie Vardy.



Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Chelsea Boss Sarri Facing FA Misconduct Charge



Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri has been charged with misconduct by the Football Association following his touchline dismissal in the 2-2 draw against Burnley on Easter Monday.

Sarri was sent to the stands in stoppage time during a fractious encounter at Stamford Bridge, although assistant Gianfranco Zola felt the decision was harsh as his fellow Italian “was just trying to tell our players to get in position”.

The FA has said in a statement: “Maurizio Sarri has been charged with misconduct in relation to his behaviour in the 94th minute of Monday’s (22/04/2019) Premier League fixture between Chelsea and Burnley.“The Chelsea manager has until 18:00 on Friday (26/04/2019) to provide a response.”

In a separate incident, referee Kevin Friend is understood to have received a complaint over claims of racial abuse directed by members of Burnley’s backroom staff towards Sarri.

 The alleged abuse aimed at Sarri was included in Friend’s report in a tense fixture where David Luiz squared up to Ashley Westwood during a tunnel melee at full-time.

Osundairo Brothers Sue Jussie Smollett's Attorneys





Jussie Smollett's legal team is being sued for defamation by two brothers who say they continue to be accused of carrying out a racist and homophobic attack against the actor.

Police say the attack was staged, which Smollett denies. Olabinjo Osundairo and Abimbola Osundairo say their reputations have been damaged as a result of the claims.

Smollett's lawyers Mark Geragos and Tina Glandian described the lawsuit as "comical" and "ridiculous".

The brothers, known as Ola and Abel, said in a statement: "We have sat back and watched lie after lie being fabricated about us in the media only so one big lie can continue to have life.

"These lies are destroying our character and reputation in our personal and professional lives."

Smollett's legal team said: "At first we thought this comical legal document was a parody.

"Instead this so-called lawsuit by the brothers is more of their lawyer-driven nonsense, and a desperate attempt for them to stay relevant and further profit from an attack they admit they perpetrated.

"While we know this ridiculous lawsuit will soon be dismissed because it lacks any legal footing, we look forward to exposing the fraud the Osundairo brothers and their attorneys have committed on the public."

The Jussie Smollett case has been a complicated one to keep up with.


Trump Vows To Take Impeachment Fight To Court




President Trump continued to rail at special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, declaring “I DID NOTHING WRONG” and threatening to take the case to the Supreme Court if Democrats try to impeach him.

”The Mueller Report, despite being written by Angry Democrats and Trump Haters, and with unlimited money behind it ($35,000,000), didn’t lay a glove on me. I DID NOTHING WRONG,” he said in a pair of tweets on Wednesday.

“If the partisan Dems ever tried to Impeach, I would first head to the U.S. Supreme Court.”

”Not only are there no ’High Crimes and Misdemeanors,’ there are no Crimes by me at all,” he wrote in a second tweet.  “All of the Crimes were committed by Crooked Hillary, the Dems, the DNC and Dirty Cops – and we caught them in the act! We waited for Mueller and WON, so now the Dems look to Congress as last hope!”

Some Democrats have called for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to begin impeachment proceedings against Trump, including presidential candidates Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris, and Julian Castro, who was President Barack Obama’s housing secretary.