Beat FM OAP, Toolz Oniru and her fans are currently having a 'Questions and Answers' session on Twitter, and guess what! Toolz just 'revealed' she may still be a virgin. That she's actually saving 'it' for marriage. Read the funny questions her fans threw at her and her replies after the cut. One even asked her when she was going to get married. By the way, about her boob size on the MyStreetz magazine Toolz covered, Toolz also said the photographers actually made them bigger. see tweets below....
The relationship between Jim Iyke and Nadia Buari was confirmed when they both tweeted alike. Love indeed is a beautiful thing that can not be explained. If you have been in love before, you will surely know what I am talking about. See their tweets below
Penulis : hiero Wolvis on Wednesday, 22 May 2013 | 07:39
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
There have been rumours going around about Isabella Ayuk, the 2012 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria in an affair with top govt official. She wants you to know that it's false. The beauty queen was rumoured to be in a relationship with Deputy Speaker, House of Reps, Hon Emeka Ihedioha. Below is what she said in a recent interview: "As an MBGN winner, there will always be stories about one thing or the other. It's a normal thing. The story is hilarious and not true. People should learn to get their facts right. These people actually do not have names or faces. At first, it was the story of how I lied about my age, then came the dethronement story. Now this! Where were these people when I went for MBGN twice and finished top 10 and won best traditional costume award? And in 2012, with determination and persistence, I won and people who were obviously not happy about my victory cooked up stories. I can't bother about what people say because some people are just on this earth to talk about others.
Penulis : hiero Wolvis on Tuesday, 21 May 2013 | 08:16
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
In the last 15 months, the Nigerian entertainment scene has
witnessed more label shakedowns than we could have ever imagined. And
the breakup season isn’t over yet…
Rapper Naetochukwu Chikwe better known as Naeto C has ended his relationship with Storm Records, the music home where he launched his career into the Nigerian music market.
NET investigations have revealed that the rapper plans to fully launch hisWKG/Cerious Music label in a matter of months.
Unlike the many breakups that have preceded Naeto’s, the rapper’s
exit is not battlemented; both parties have been very silent about the
issue. As a matter of fact, Storm Records insist that the rapper is
still signed with them.
One of the label’s directors Tola Odunsi admits that Naeto has had his own record label Cerious Music for a while but is still with Storm.
‘Naeto has had his record label for a while at least 3 years it’s
called Cerious Music – his music is being pushed as a joint venture btw
storm 360 and Cerious Music. Nothing has changed’, Odunsi responded to our enquiry via E-mail.
Naeto C’s profile is still active on the Storm Records official website but then again, we can’t take that seriously as General Pype (an artiste who has since parted ways with the label) also has his profile on the website.
An inside source however says Naeto has indeed left and his upcoming
project will not be released under the Storm Records imprint. One
insider said: ‘It is true Naeto started Cerious Music a few years
back but the launch of his new outfit WKG (meaning White Kaftan Gang)
will see him act fully as an independent artiste.’
WKG kicked off in the middle of 2012 with the launch of his ‘Tony Montana (Bad pass)’ video featuring D’banj. We are told he also plans to sign Lagos producer E-Kelly.
Storm Records was also not listed as one of the organizers of his
first ever solo US tour which ran from late March to early May 2013.
Naeto who remains silent on the issue (he refused to reply our E-mail
messages) has been busy though: he welcomed his first child while on
tour in the US and returned to Nigeria to seal a deal with telecoms
company Globacom as an ambassador. Popular artiste manager Godwin Tom also says Naeto is his new client.
Naeto joined Storm Records in 2006, returning from the US where he had already formed a rap group with close friend Ikechukwu and his younger brotherUzikwendu called ‘World Famous Akademy’. With the smash hit single ‘Kini big deal’, he released his debut album ‘You Know my P’ in 2008; parted ways with Ikechukwu who left Strorm in 2010 and then released a successful second album ‘Super C Season’ in February 2011.
Storm Records headed by Obi Asika and Olisa Adibua (the pair are currently in a legal battle) have in the past signed an impressive long list of acts includingJazzman Olofin, Darey, GT the Guitarman, 2shotz, General Pype. They currently have on their roaster rappers Sasha, Yung6ix, Pop singer Ms Jaie, Urban-Pop group L.O.S and gospel singer Tosin Martins.
D’banj‘s quest for dominance in the Nigerian music scene won’t stop now; he might have lost out on signing Olamide and Davido – but he has nicked another artiste, this time a familiar friend-foe.
The self-proclaimed ‘African Michael Jacskon‘, we’ve learnt has signed his friend-turned-foe-turned-friend Oluwadamilare Okulaja better known to the public as Durella.
The move might however not come as a surprise to everyone,
considering that Banger Lee (that’s D’banj’s new nickname by the way)
and the ‘King of the Zanga’ Durella recently settled their differences.
Some weeks back, D’banj and his DB Records crew released a single ‘Ibadi e‘ off their compilation album (D’ King’s Men) which featured a verse from Durella.
Fans were very excited to see the pair had reunited after a very long and well publicized fall out between the pop acts. FLASHBACK
The beef between Durella and D’banj started in late 2006 when the
latter accused Banger Lee of jacking his style of singing. Apparently
when D’banj and Don Jazzy returned to Nigeria in 2004,
they met up with Durella and soon became friends. Sources tell us that
D’banj and Durella were quite close and were spotted together in the
studio several times.
‘I remember when Durella followed D’banj, Don Jazzy to Jahborne’s
music factory studio when D’banj wanted to record ‘Tongolo’ remix’, a source recounts.
Of course D’banj had blown up and had released his second album ‘Rundown’ in 2007 when Durella signed with TC Records and finally launched his career. It didn’t take long for Durella to blow up too with hits like ‘In da Zanga’, ‘Wiskolowiska’ and ‘Shayo’ gaining massive appeal. He also won the MTV and Zain ‘Advance Warning’ reality show in 2008.
Then came the interviews; Durella clearly stated that D’banj had
stolen his style. The media of course jumped on it, comparing both
artistes. Truthfully, they did sound very similar. And it seemed like
D’banj was aware as he switched up the flow on the 2008 Nigerian Pop
classic album ‘The Entertainer’. Their fight sort of fizzled out though as Durella later backed off. ‘D’banj is my man, aaah, I like his mo gbono feli feli jam’, Durella told Onome ‘BigTyme’ Oyaide in an interview on urban radio station Rhythm FM 93.7 in late 2008. BACK TO THE MATTER
We are told that D’banj and DB Records bought out Durella’s contract from his present record labelIKONIC Music where
the Pop act’s career has been in limbo since he signed in mid-2011
after ending his three-year contract with TC Records. His upcoming album
‘Back/Better/Bada’ has been pushed back one too many times
‘Durella has signed with D’banj, he (D’banj) bought out the contract, that’s what I can tell you’, a source in Durella’s camp tells us.
A rep for D’banj refused to respond to enquiries after asking us to send text messages to her mobile phone.