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Saturday, June 4, 2016

Reason She Stopped Responding

     
The #1 reason a girl stops responding to a guy is because she is not sexually aroused by him.

The thought of having sex with you crossed her mind, and she decided… “nah, not him.”

So there’s no compelling reason for her to get back to you.

She’s got so many other things to do and people to see… and with sex off the table, there is no burning NEED for her to talk to you anymore.

You’re just another “fvckboy” trying to grab a piece of her time… like a bum asking for change.

So, she does what everyone does when they get bored…

She takes the easy way out and ignores you, hoping you’ll get the point and fade away."


Ladies True Or False???

Saturday, April 30, 2016

VIDEO:Tiwa Savage Responds To TeeBillz(Her Husbands)Allegations

As they say there are two sides to a story,I'm sure by now you must have heard of Teebillz outburst on instagram accusing his wife of cheating because she was the bread winner and subsequent suicide attempt.Hear her own side of the story...



  1. When I woke up, I thought they found him dead. My first thought was that we need to find him, he is suicidal, and we need to make sure he is alive. I didn’t even know what he had said. Someone took my phone from me, they don’t want me to see what was said online. I was just scared for his life.
  2. At around 10 and 11, Banky W’s Mum and his family were praying, and we got the call that he was found in Lekki, and that he has been taken to Banky’s House.
  3. For the past two months, TJ and I have not been together, it was something we were working through, but I knew this marriage would not work.
  4. Tiwa Savage cries during interview on Teebillz.Tiwa Savage cries during interview on Teebillz.
    (Press)
    I haven’t spoke to TJ in about a week, and we were supposed to get some passports for my son. He was reading the messages and he wasn’t responding. I begged him to be friends, and let’s be good parents to Jamil. He didn’t respond.
  5. I covered up for a lot of hurt in our relationship. Just before I went to Jamaica, I found out that I was pregnant. We were just trying to find out how we were going to manage another baby so soon. I got to London, on a 10-hour flight to shoot a video with Busy Signal (Reggae Artiste). While doing my makeup,  I found out I was bleeding and I passed out. I was rushed to the hospital, and we were trying to call TJ to tell him what happened. While we were sleeping at two AM a number called him saved as Edible Catering….I checked his phone, and the number was asking him if she can come to his hotel. She responded that He (TJ) knocked her out last night, that he was a great night. I confronted him, and he said he took another woman to the hotel and said they were just chilling. This happened the period I was in Jamaica, and I was in the hospital. I sent TJ pictures, and he was busy with another woman. I was in ahospital and you couldn’t be bothered find out what happened to me. I packed my stuff, took my son and went to my friends house, her name is Tiwa also. I stayed the night, and she asked me for the next step, I told her I was done.
  6. I covered up for so long because I wanted people to believe that TJ is the one that takes care of me, TJ is the head of the house…I wanted him to be the head of the house. I covered up so much.
  7. TJ has not spent one Naira, I paid for hospital bills, his flight, his accommodation, we also went shopping for TJ so that he will have new things. His excuse was that Í don’t have money’. I had to pay for everything so that he can go out and hustle, and get the contracts. He didn’t have money for diapers, but he had money to have a bi-weekly haircut, had money to pay for his laundry, had money to take a woman to the hotel.
  8. His cooking allegations is a lie. I am not going to say because of my career that I am not going to cook. I work long hours to put money in the house, I work to make sure that we have a roof over our house. I come back home really late, and when I make something for myself, I make some for TJ. I had to hire a cook to cook for me, him and the other people that live in the house, I don’t think that is wrong…Even if it is true, the things he puts me through will not even encourage me to ask him if he is hungry. He goes out and come's home at 7 in the morning, sometime 2pm. He comes back drunk, he comes back angry, and we don’t know what sort of mood he is in. Sometimes TJ will go out and he will not call, and he will not tell me. I am just sacred for his safety, I will be calling him frantically, to find out that he didn’t go and drink. I am even praying that he is with another woman, so that at least I know that he is alive. That’s not the person that I will ask if he has eaten.
  9. When I sacked him as my manager – I will never discredit or take away that TJ worked hard, hustled and believed in me. But what I will say is that at one point….he is booking events and he will book shows. The first time I found out that there was foul play was when he booked me for a wedding in London. I have to be paid before I perform. I called one of the organisers, and said I have not been paid. He said that the show has been paid  for four months ago, he showed me the account were they paid in. TJ declared that the show was for 3M but they really paid 4.5M, out of the 3M he was still receiving the management fee 40%. He took money already, and collected his percentage, and he didn’t feel anything. He was stealing from his wife. I had to perform at the wedding for free. I do get to perform for free when he takes my money.
  10. My mum is based in the UK, and when I had Jamil she moved back to Nigeria with us. My mother is not like that (witchcraft), she is a sweet lady, and she’s very British, she doesn’t judge, she is not hung up like that. A lot of times, my mom would say ‘Tiwa you are the wife, be patient, don’t curse don’t shout, build the home.’ She has been nothing but a great support for me. I would love for him to tell me if there is something my mother has done.
  11. I have never cheated on my husband. Not with Don Jazzy, Dr Sid, 2face Idibia or anybody. I have never cheated on my husband, and Tunji knows this. He knows that in his heart. (She breaks down in tears) Sometimes in the studio, one of the things that Don Jazzy and some of my other label mates say is that I am really good with interviews, with being diplomatic and knowing how to carry myself with difficult situations. This hurts. I have seen comments of what people are saying about me. It is not true.
  12. I know that for every human being when your father’s ways are not straight, it will bother you. Since I sacked him from my management, he has been struggling financially. He was stealing from me, so I had to save my marriage and separate business from family. TJ wants to keep up with the Joneses, he wants to live a life that is not true. He went to buy a car, a Mercedes that he knew that he didn’t have the money for it. The person kept up calling that he wants the balance. I ended up paying the balance of over 3M. When it was time to pay, I put the money in his account, so they don’t know I was the person paying for it. He also bought a Rolex, and didn’t pay the balance. They threaten to go to the press, and to protect my name, I will have to pay for it. He goes to clubs and leaves the tabs for me, and I have to pay for him. He is putting us in debt.
  13. What set off all off this was that he went to borrow 45 million Naira from someone and he lost it. I just found out that EFCC was investigating a case against him, and my brother called me from London and confirmed it that TJ is in deep trouble, and that some people might hurt him, that I should be careful. In my frantic mode to try and suppress this situation I went to one of my big bros who can help. A week ago I told TJ that we were running out of Jamil’s food, but he didn’t do nothing. He complains, but cuts his hair twice a week. I have been searching for N45M so that they don’t kill him, so that they EFCC does not carry him. What kind of man does that, and says I am the one taking away his manhood.
  14. I walked in on TJ taking cocaine in my house in 1004 (Victoria Island, Lagos). I didn’t even know he takes cocaine. I walked into the kitchen, and I saw him taking cocaine, so I screamed, and asked if that is cocaine. HE started screaming that ‘What am I doing down here, where is the cocaine?’ How can someone without money take cocaine? I called his parents and complained that I can deal with weed, but cocaine, no. So I am dealing with his alcohol problem, you come home late, infidelity, cocaine, bad debt, jealousy over my success.
  15. Before marriage, I didn’t know of his third child in Nigeria. A lot of people warned me about him, but I am going to say I made a mistake. At the beginning everyone says you can’t leave the marriage because our culture frowns on it. I made a mistake, do I have to wait ten years, 15 years? If I am not happy. And I was scared that if I ever find somebody else to marry me? That’s the misconception of our society. I don’t care if I ever get married again. I care about being happy for Jamil, I care about not walking on eggshells. I do want a man that works, that will help me with my financial burden. He doesn’t have to be a millionaire or billionaire, but at least someone that helps, and won’t put me in more debt.
  16. Everyday all I hear from TJ is that ‘I created you, I took you from nothing, look at you now.
  17. The marriage is finally over, it’s been over for a while, and I have covered up for a while. What happened was God-sent, and he made it easier for me to walk away with what he did on social media. He got so many people angrier, he pulled so many innocent people into this. Even his family. He made it easy for me to finally up and walk away.
  18. I will never stop him from seeing Jamil, never. Even today, Jamil is still saying ‘dadada’, and I was saying it with him as well, that’s his first word. I want to bring him up to be a good man.
  19. Even till now I don’t wish anything bad on him. As we are doing this interview, I am worried that if he sees it, it might trigger him to do something bad. I don’t want my son to grow up and know, God forbid, that his father commited suicide. Tonight, I am still gonna pray for him.
  20. He was getting help at one point when the whole cocaine thing came out. This has been happening for a long time. We get him help and he goes to see a doctor or a pastor, or a counsellor and he uses his own hands to ruin things again. If I didn’t care about him, I wouldn’t be covering up for a lot of things. I wouldn’t be searching for help for him. Even now I am still searching for a way to help him out of his debt, so that if he is out of this,
  21. If there is anything that maybe I overlooked, or didn’t love him enough, or made him less of a man, then I am sorry. I am absolutely sorry…Tunji I am sorry. But you know I tried everything, you know I love you so much, and I am sorry, I never wanted to divorce, and I never wanted it to get to this. I want you to get better…and I would always pray for you.

Monday, March 14, 2016

7 REASONS GIRLS SHOULD MESSAGE GUYS FIRST ON DATING APPS

Who run the world? Girls, as Beyoncé says. Yet research shows women aren’t quite ruling dating apps and websites.
Regardless of how often girls are messaged or how attractive they are, the website’s statistics show girls aren’t initiating conversations as much as guys are. Here’s why you should consider breaking that pattern.
  1. YOU’RE BUSY

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    Of all the things in the world ain’t nobody got time for, waiting for someone to start talking to you on an app is pretty high on the list. You have stuff to do, places to go. When someone catches your eye, fire off that message and get on with your fabulous life.
  2. YOU’RE IN CONTROL

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    The first message sets the tone for the rest of the conversation, so you can break the ice with something you actually WANT to talk about. Plus, you won’t have to deal with cheesy and/or rude pickup lines.
  3. YOU’RE MORE LIKELY TO GET A RESPONSE

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    For all you Hunger Games fans out there, the odds are literally in your favor when you start the convo. More specifically, OkCupid found that women who make the first move are 2.5 times more likely to get a response. Win!
  4. YOU’LL CHAT WITH HOTTER PEOPLE

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    Dating is obviously about more than looks, but don’t lie to yourself, appearance is a big reason why you swipe right or left. And according to OkCupid’s research, if you only talk to people who message you first, you’re missing out on a whole bunch of good-looking dudes who likely just haven’t gotten a chance to check the app yet.
    “Based on what we know, if you’re a woman and receive a message, the man who sent it is about 5 percentile points ​less attractive​ than you,” OkCupid reports. “But if you send the first hello, the man is about 7 percentile points ​more attractive​ than you.”
    Use that information however you please. ?
  5. YOU’LL STAND OUT IN A GOOD WAY

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    If you’re one of the few girls who has the guts to message a new match, they’ll definitely notice you and (hopefully!) be just as into you as you are into them.
  6. IT GIVES YOU CONFIDENCE

    Confidence
    Who said girls need to wait for a guy to make the first move, anyway? You don’t abide by silly, outdated “rules.”
  7. YOU’LL BECOME A PRO AT ASKING PEOPLE OUT IN REAL LIFE

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    Approaching a new potential crush is nerve-wracking both online and offline, but the more you do it, it easier it becomes. Practice makes perfect, right? Once you’re used to saying hello to new people on your phone, saying hello to that cutie you’ve been eyeing across the room seems much less scary.

13 SECRETS NO ONE TELLS YOU ABOUT ONLINE DATING


If finding ~love~ is one of your 2016 resolutions, statistically speaking, now’s the time to give that dating app a shot. It’s less scary than you think. Ya never know until you try, right? If you absolutely hate it, you can always delete the app and forget it ever happened. Here’s what you need to know before you hit the install button:
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  1. ANYONE AND EVERYONE IS ON DATING APPS

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    Once upon a time, there was a stigma associated with online dating. For instance, “It’s for people who are super desperate for love” or “It’s for socially awkward hermits who never leave their room” or whatever.
    These taboos are complete BS. Online dating is an option for everyone. With the rise of free and easily accessible dating apps, pretty much everyone — yes, even that hottie you’ve been crushing on — considers signing up for one. It’s commonplace now, and there are totally 100% normal people on every app, even Tinder. I promise.
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  3. IT’S A COMMITMENT

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    In order to meet someone on a dating app, you need to, y’know, really *use* a dating app. You need to fill in your bio and select profile pics. You need to look through other people’s profiles. You need to send messages. You need to check out the people who message you (yay!) and decide if you’re interested in continuing the conversation. And then you need to figure out WTF to say to them in response.
    All of these things require some degree of commitment. You can’t just download an app and expect some magic smartphone fairy to do the rest of the legwork for you.
  4. IT’S ABOUT QUANTITY, NOT QUALITY

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    Every left swipe brings you one swipe closer to the person you’ll want to swipe right on. Every awkward text conversation brings you one convo closer to the person you’ll immediately click with. Every bad date brings you one date closer to that swoon-worthy, butterflies-in-stomach date.
    Actually dating someone is obviously about quality, not quantity, but you can’t meet *the one* — in real life or online — if you don’t put yourself out there.
  5. BE UPFRONT ABOUT WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR

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    Don’t play games. Your time is precious, so don’t waste it on somebody who isn’t on the same page as you. If you’re not honest about what you want, you won’t find it.
    “Know what you’re looking for and advertise it,” clinical psychologist Dr. Wendy Walsh told MTV News in a story about the evolutionary science behind Tinder. “I don’t care if you only have 140 characters, put that in there so you’re very clear to somebody from the top. Then, as soon as you start texting, [say] ’I know Tinder thinks we’re a match because we like the way each other looks, but I’m telling you this is the kind of relationship I’m looking for.’ … If you have one foot in the dating pool and one trying to build a relationship, you won’t succeed.”
  6. WRITE SOMETHING IN YOUR PROFILE

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    Don’t be that person who leaves their profile or bio completely blank. If you want people to message you, give them something — anything! — to go off of. Otherwise you’ll be fielding the same “Hey, how’s it going?” messages all day, every day. ?
  7. DO YOUR RESEARCH

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    You’re meeting strangers on the internet. It’s totally acceptable to Google their names, look them up on Facebook, etc. to make sure they are who they say they are. Ain’t nobody got time for catfishing.
  8. ABOVE ALL, BE SAFE

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    It doesn’t matter if you’re a guy or a girl. Making the leap from digital communication to in-person talking is nerve-wracking.
    For the most part, online dating is safe — don’t let internet horror stories freak you out — but if you’re worried, calm your fears with a few helpful steps. Before meeting up with anyone in real life, Google their name (see #6). Agree to meet them in a public place, like a coffee shop, bar or restaurant. Tell your roommates where you’re going, who you’re meeting and what time you expect to return. Keep an eye on your drink. You know this stuff already!
  9. CHOOSE THE RIGHT APP

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    You have options. There’s Tinder,OkCupid, Match.com,eHarmony and more. Each app and website has its own pros and cons. Looking for something strictly casual? Tinder’s a good place to start. Are you too busy to scroll through hundreds of profiles? Coffee Meets Bagel might be right for you.
    Figure out which services meet what you’re looking for and sign up! If you hate it, you can always delete your account and start fresh somewhere else.
  10. YOU HAVE TO MEET IN PERSON

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    Surprise! This may seem obvious, but the whole point of dating apps is to meet new people. Chatting online doesn’t count. It’s easy and convenient to fall into a rut of solely messaging people for validation or for the sake of messaging someone.
    When you find someone you’re into, the conversation needs to eventually move from your phone screen into real life. Otherwise, all you have is a really hot pen pal.
  11. YOU WILL GET REJECTED AT SOME POINT

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    Even if you’re Ryan Gosling’s long-lost twin, someone out there doesn’t have the hots for him. Nobody is swiped right on 100% of the time. You’ll message someone who doesn’t respond to you, and it’ll discourage you for a hot sec.
    The good news? Online rejection is quick and painless. Maybe that person hasn’t checked the app in awhile. Maybe that 29-year-old’s search criteria didn’t include your 22-year-old self. Who cares? You don’t even know that person, anyway.
  12. IT’S OK TO SAY NO

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    Just like someone won’t respond to your message, at some point you likely will ignore a message yourself. And that’s perfectly OK. When it comes to online dating, never say yes just to be polite. If someone asks you out and you’re not feeling it, say no. If you don’t want to talk to someone, don’t.
    You don’t owe anybody, much less a complete stranger, an explanation for your actions. If they don’t respect your boundaries, don’t hesitate to hit “block.” That button is there for a reason.
  13. YOU DON’T HAVE TO LIE ABOUT HOW YOU MET

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    If you’re lucky enough to find that special someone online, don’t feel pressure to lie about how you two met. Online dating is practically the norm now. Did you not learn anything from #1?
  14. YOU’LL BECOME MORE CONFIDENT IN YOUR LOVE LIFE

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    Between all the awkward text convos, “meh” first dates and rejection, online dating is emotionally exhausting. Asking someone out, whether it’s online or in person, feels less intimidating the more you do it. Dating isn’t easy, but like with most things in life, practice makes perfect. These experiences will teach you what you want and (more importantly) what you don’t want in a relationship. And you won’t settle for anything less.
  15. Source:MTV.com

2 Boys Beheaded In Abia State University




       Two students of Abia State University were butchered and beheaded in front of Pego 1 lodge in the school yesterday by unknown people. There’s a speculation that this gruesome murder was done in retaliation to the murder of a final year MBL student who was suspected to be a cultist barely two weeks ago. No group has openly claimed responsibility for the gruesome act.


                                               



                
                                                        

Source: Liveofofo.com

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Buharis Wife Hosts Twitter Supporters To Dinner(Read A Few Twitter Reactions)

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Yesterday the wife of the president, Mrs. Aisha Buhari hosted a dinner for “Social Media change agents” at Aso Rock’s State House in Abuja.
One of the popular Social Media Change Agents in attendance was Japhet Omojuwa who was very vocal on Twitter against the previous GEJ administration.
Nigerian Twitter wasn’t impressed by the wife of the president’s dinner and they did not hide their feelings, in fact Omojuwa got the brunt of their venom after he tweeted this,
When you get an invitation to speak at Aso Rock, decline it. I honoured mine to close a great year. If that makes you angry, I am happier.