Friday, July 26, 2013

Funke Akindele's Marriage To Kehinde Oloyede Is Over?

Funke Akindele's Marriage To Kehinde Oloyede Is Over? So, so sad. Funke Akindele's 1 year old marriage is reportedly over. Funke's ex hubby Kehinde Oloyede announced the end of the marriage on Facebook earlier on today. He had written: It’s with heavy heart that am announcing the separation of me and ma wife Mrs Olufunke Akindele. We’ve both agreed to go our separate ways coz of irreconcilable differences. We still best of friends and we 4ever remain gud friends. Am doing just fine, gettn along without u, don't need u anymore in ma life. U d greatest mistake av made in recent time. Funke has already changed her BB name from Mrs Funke Akindele to Everybody loves Jenifa. And reason for their breakup has been attributed to problems they started having after Kehinde had a baby with another woman, after he got married to Funke. A lot of people speculated the marriage wasn't going to last though. Owing to the fact that Funke isn't Kehinde's first wife, Kehinde had five kids already as at when they got married. Then in October 2012, news broke that a Lagos trader, Modinat Nike Dada, was pregnant for Kehinde, same time Kehinde's first wife was pregnant for him, her 2nd child, his sixth child. The pressure and backlash on Funke from Nigerians was just too much that Funke had to speak out to justify her marrying someone else's husband. She had told Genevieve Magazine back then that: My husband has never been married. I am the woman he got married to. I was married properly. A lot of negative comments came from sadists who want to run their mouths. So because I am a Youth Ambassador or a Celebrity, I can’t have my life? It is my life. If I do things because people want me to, I will end up unhappy. I do what I do because I want to be happy. I would still continue to teach morals and campaign against HIV/AIDS and enlighten the youths. It doesn’t make me bad; that is even if it is, because I can tell you authoritatively that my husband is not married to anyone else. Yes, he has beautiful children, who are not mine now and we have a cordial relationship, which dates back to even before we got married. So what if he has kids? Is that a disease? That is where my heart is! I had many non-biological children even before I got married. I take them as my own children, pay their bills and help them. I have always loved children. So now that God has given me these ones, what should I do? Will people be happier if I had married someone who didn’t have children, seem so perfect, put on my make-up and fake smile on the red carpet and start weeping when I get home? And about my in-laws, they are very wonderful and supportive and my parents and siblings as well.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Forbes' List Of Hollywood's Highest Paid Actors of 2013

Forbes' List Of Hollywood's Highest Paid Actors of 2013 Forbes, a few days a, released their annual 'Highest Paid Hollywood Actors' list and Iron Man actor Robert Downey topped the list. See what the top 10 actors earned between June 2012 & June 2013.. 1. Robert Downey Jr - $75million (Iron Man) 2. Channing Tatun - $60million (Magic Mike, White House Down) 3. Hugh Jackman - $55million (Les Miserables, X-Men) 4. Mark Wahlberg - $52 million (Ted) 5. Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson - $42million (Fast & Furious) 6. Leonardo DiCaprio - $39million (Great Gatsby) 7. Adam Sandler - $37million (Hotel Transylvania) 8. Tom Cruise - $35million (Jack Reacher) 9. Denzel Washington - $33 (Flight) 10. Liam Neeson - $32million (Taken 2, The Grey) (

Saturday, July 20, 2013

The list of the Senators who voted marriage for underage girls Support the #ChildNotBride movement. Below is the list of the Nigeria Senators who voted for underage marriage in Nigeria... 1. Sen. Abdulmumin M. Hassan (Jigawa South West, PDP) 2. Sen. Abdullahi Danladi (Jigawa North West, PDP) 3. Sen. Adamu Abdullahi (Nasarawa West, PDP) 4. Sen. Ahmed Barata (Adamawa South, PDP) 5. Sen. Akinyelure Ayo (Ondo Central, Labour Party) 6. Sen. Alkali Saidu A. (Gombe North, PDP) 7. Sen. Bagudu Abubakar A. (Kebbi Central, PDP) 8. Sen. Dahiru Umaru (Sokoto South, PDP) 9. Sen. Galaudu Isa (Kebbi North, PDP) 10. Sen. Garba Gamawa (Bauchi North, PDP) 12. Sen. Gobir Ibrahim (Sokoto East, PDP) 13. Sen. Gumba Adamu Ibrahim (Bauchi South, PDP) 14. Sen. Hadi Sirika (Katsina North, CPC) 15. Sen. Ibrahim Bukar Abba (Yobe East, ANPP) 16. Sen. Jajere Alkali (Yobe South, ANPP) 17. Sen. Jibrilla Mohammed (Adamawa North, PDP) 18. Sen. Kabiru Gaya (Kano South, ANPP) 19. Sen. Lafiagi Mohammed (Kwara North, PDP) 20. Sen. Lawan Ahmad (Yobe North, ANPP) 21. Sen. Maccido Mohammed (Sokoto North, PDP) 22. Sen. Musa Ibrahim (Niger North, CPC) 23. Sen. Ndume Mohammed Ali (Borno South, PDP) 24. Sen. Sadiq A. Yaradua (Katsina Central, CPC) 25. Sen. Saleh Mohammed (Kaduna Central, CPC) 26. Sen. Tukur Bello (Adamawa Central, PDP) 27. Sen. Ugbesia Odion (Edo Central, PDP) 28. Sen. Umar Abubakar (Taraba Central, PDP) 29. Sen. Usman Abdulaziz (Jigawa North East, PDP) 30. Sen. Ya’au Sahabi (Zamfara North, PDP) 31. Sen. Zannah Ahmed (Borno Central, PDP).... 32. Sen. Ahmad Rufai Sani (Zamfara West, ANPP) 33. Sen. Ahmad Abdul Ningi (Bauchi Central, PDP) 34. Sen. Bello Hayatu Gwano (Kano North, PDP) 35. Sen. Ibrahim Abu (Katsina South, CPC).. Culled from CKN