The music star took to her Instagram page on Wednesday, November 24, 2021, where she shared the sad news.
“Yesterday morning I was laughing with a friend saying “seriously though how am I going to get through my gig in LA tomorrow night without telling the whole audience I am pregnant”. By yesterday afternoon I was dreading the thought of getting through the gig without breaking down,” she wrote.
“After going for my 3rd scan and being told there was no longer a heartbeat 💔 This morning. I feel like I have no control of my emotions. I may regret posting this. I may not. I actually don’t know. What I do know is that I want to sing tonight. Not because I’m avoiding the grief or the process, but because I know singing tonight will help me.”
She went on to reveal that she won’t be cancelling her next show which is billed to take place on Wednesday.
“I have done 2 shows in 2 years and my soul needs it. Even more today. I know some people will be thinking she should just cancel it. But in this moment I have clarity on one thing. I started singing when I was young for joy, to fill my soul and self-love therapy, that hasn’t ever changed and I have to process this my way,” she added.
Jessie J’s last publicly known relationship was with movie star Channing Tatum. The two dated on and off from 2018 to 2019.
They called it quits in 2020.
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2 internet fraudsters jailed 14 months each
Agomoh held that she considered the provisions of section 270 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) 2015 that spelt out how someone who enters a plea bargain agreement must be sentenced in her judgment.
“Let me warn Olugbemiro and Falana that their participation in any form of crime henceforth would attract maximum punishment.
“However, to serve as deterrent to others, Olugbemiro is sentenced to eight months custodial sentence and Falana is sentenced to six months in prison.
“Each of you shall write and sign an undertaking at the EFCC’s office to be of good conduct upon completion of your jail terms.
“The proceeds of crime found in possession of the convicts are forfeited to the Federal Government of Nigeria,” Agomoh held.
Earlier, counsel to the EFCC, Ibadan Zonal Office, Mr Mabas Maburb and Mr C.A. Okoli had each told the court that the convicts were each arraigned on amended charge bordering on impersonation.
Maburb and Okoli said that the convicts were arrested in August and October in Ibadan, Oyo state in possession of incriminating documents.
According to the prosecutors, Olugbemiro and Falana specialise in deceiving their victims with profiles of famous foreigners so as to gain undue advantage of them.
Maburb and Okoli said that N177,000 cash and 500 dollars were recovered from Olugbemiro while Falana restituted 240 United States of American Dollars.
The prosecutors stated that the offence is contrary to and punishable under section 22(A) and (B) of the Cyber Crime Prohibition and Prevention Act 2015.
BUJU thrills fans in London as he kick-starts his ‘Sorry I’m Late’ tour
The concert definitely got fans worldwide talking about his musicianship. It also had some artists thrilling the fans. Bella Shmurda was one of the artists who entertained the crowd with his song ‘Cash App’.
A fan who was present at the concert went on her Instagram story to shower praises on the singer, she said; “BUJU is an exceptional artist and performer. After his beautiful performance at Wizkid’s concert he came today and smashed it at his own concert”.
The London concert came just days after he got nominated for the prestigious Grammy awards following his feature on Wizkid‘s Made In Lagos Album: Deluxe Edition which was nominated for Best Global Music Album.
Days later, he also went ahead to have his first taste at performing to over 20,000 audiences at Wizkids Day 1 O2 Arena concert. He went ahead to express his gratitude to fans for singing his songs back to back and to Wizkid for giving him the platform.
BUJU had earlier gone on Instagram to announce his Lagos concert which has gotten both fans and other artists excited as his songs have been enjoyed across the board. Popular musician Wizkid showed support to the young king as he commented; “Inside!!!”. A fan @youfoundjoy_ commented; “Because of you, I must be in Lagos on 22nd”.
The concert is set to be on the 22nd December at the Balmoral Convention Center, Victoria Island, Lagos and is packaged by Achievas Entertainment. Daniel Cole Chiori, one of the directors of Achievas Entertainment said, “BUJU is such a talented musician and he has shown his worth with the songs he has dropped and we are glad to partner with him to showcase a bit of his talent to the world”.
It would be recorded that BUJU has had an amazing 2021 as he has been featured in some works of artists like Burna Boy, Wizkid, Timaya, Basketmouth, Ladipoe amongst others and has continuously outworked himself on every single he has released.
Tickets are fast selling on the Abegg app.
‘Chief Daddy 2’ gets official release date
Confirming the film’s release date, EbonyLife boss Mo Abudu wrote on Instagram:
“Come January 1st 2022, the Beecrofts are returning with more family drama, more secrets, more laughs and even more fun and entertainment.”
Recall that Netflix greenlit the sequel for the 2018 hit movie back in June 2020. Production, however, kicked off in May 2021 with Niyi Akinmolayan as director.
Though plot details have remained sketchy, all fingers point to what becomes of the Beecrofts post learning about the will.
Starring Funke Akindele-Bello, Nkem Owoh, Patience Ozokwo, Zainab Balogun, Shaffy Bello, Ini Edo, Dakore Akande, Falz, Rachel Oniga, Linda Iheoma Ejiofor, the family comedy follows the dysfunctional Beecroft family as they try to navigate life post the shocking demise of their patriarch.
‘Chief Daddy: Going for Broke’ was shot in Lagos and the United Arab Emirates by John Demps.
Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes takes daughter Matilde out for driving class
Fernandes was key in helping Manchester United to a hard-fought victory against Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Preparing for a midweek Champions League clash, Fernandes took to his official Instagram account to post a photo of him and his daughter.
The photo shows Bruno holding his daughter’s hand as she poses trying to navigate the car.
The photo blew up on social media as Maltide born in 2017, is just four years old.
Along with the photo was a message that said, “Tough job for Santa Claus this year as Matilde is waiting for a unicorn.”
Fernandes who has two children has scored five goals and contributed nine assists in all competition for the Red Devils this season.
Bruno is expected to be in action when Manchester United host reigning Switzerland Super League champions Young Boys in their final Champions League group game scheduled for Tuesday, December 7, 2021.
Police detain 3 Dowen students over Sylvester Oromoni’s death
Odumosu also tells Punch that two other students of the school linked with the assault, are at large, with those in police custody helping the Command with information on how to track them.
Oromoni’s death has captured the attention of an entire nation, with the Lagos State government announcing the closure and sealing off of the school last week.
The Lagos police boss also says that the school principal, housemasters, and other officials of the Lekki-based school are also assisting the police with information, as the Command launches a full-scale probe into the circumstances culminating in the death of Oromoni on November 30, 2021.
The father of the deceased boarding student had alleged that the JS2 student died from injuries sustained during an assault by five of his colleagues who were hell bent on initiating him into a cult group.
Dowen had however insisted that Oromoni died after sustaining injuries during a football game.
“It is still an allegation until we conduct our investigation. We just started full investigation yesterday (Monday).
“Two out of those mentioned in the viral video are at large while three of the students are helping us to get others.
“I am in contact with my counterpart in Delta State. I spoke with the parents yesterday, we are perfecting everything scientifically,” CP Odumosu says.
There are allegations that Oromoni was bullied and beaten to a coma before his death.
News of his passing sparked outrage on social media platforms, with over 100,000 persons signing an online petition seeking for the arrest and swift prosecution of those found culpable.
Oromoni’s family has petitioned the Chief Coroner of Lagos State, demanding a coroner inquest into his death.
Dowen College parents announce candlelight tribute for Sylvester Oromoni
“The Parents’ Forum is organising a candlelight on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 by 6pm at Dowen College, 18, Adebayo Doherty Road, Lekki, Lagos State,” a statement reads.
12-year-old Oromoni was allegedly tortured to a coma by some of his school colleagues who were hell-bent on initiating him into a cult group.
Dowen denies this version of events however, saying the student died from injuries sustained during a football game.
The incident has sparked nationwide outrage and the Lagos State government has since sealed off the institution, pending the outcome of investigations.
“Our hearts go out to the family of the deceased and pray God to give them the strength to bear the irreparable loss.
“As parents of Dowen College students, we are still in shock and could not come to terms with this incident and the accounts so far provided by the school management, students and the media,” a statement from the parents reads.
The rest of the statement reads as follows:
We are, however, temporarily relieved by the swiftness with which the authorities intervened and commenced investigation towards unravelling the cause of Sylvester Oromoni’s death.
We urge the school management team and other stakeholders to fully cooperate with the authority in the ongoing investigation.
While we would have loved to bring Sylvester back, if humanly possible, unravelling the cause of his death and bringing whoever was responsible or might have contributed in whatever way to book, will not only bring this unfortunate incident to a closure for the family, but will also serve as deterrent to other juvenile delinquents in all schools in Nigeria.
We, therefore, say justice for Sylvester is justice for all.
On our part as parents, we will work more closely with the school (management/board) to ensure that necessary measures are put in place to prevent recurrence of this unfortunate incident and stamp out bullying in any form from the school.
We will also continue to appeal to parents, through all available means, to show more interest in what their children do and who they associate with in school and at home.
We appeal to the public to see this incident as an inflection point, not only for Dowen College but also other schools in Nigeria, as recent events have shown that bullying, molestation and other vices among students are common in our schools.
Therefore, we rely on the authorities for justice regardless of the social status of whoever is involved.
Dowen College parents need this more, as we are currently in a fix and our children traumatised.
What happened to Sylvester could have happened to any other child in the school. To many of the traumatised students, Sylvester was a classmate, a roommate, a schoolmate or a friend.
We, therefore, earnestly ask for a resolution that will bring some relief to the bereaved family, other parents, students of Dowen College and the public.
These should include a change of the school management and hostel teachers, installation of Closed Circuit Television cameras in all strategic places and overhauling of the school security system.
The Parents’ Forum is organising a candle light on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 by 6pm at Dowen College, 18, Adebayo Doherty Road, Lekki, Lagos State.
The lighting of candles is to pay tribute to a life ‘passed’, and keeping the light burning signifies that the memory still lives on and burns bright.
The candle light, no doubt, shall promote reflection and signifies remembrance of a life cut short in its infancy.
We pray the Almighty God to comfort the Oromoni family during this trying period
Meet Ahmed Alsanawi, Football’s most popular Hairdresser
Ahmed Alsanawi started the company in 2013 with his wife and business partner, Tanya and in a short space of time had attained success becoming the home of professional footballers and walk-in customers alike.
The UK based salon consists a team of talented individuals including: Huw, Joe, Abz, Brad and CEO himself, Ahmed.
Alsanawi had in the past served as Chelsea FC’s training ground barber until he fell out with the Premier League giants in 2017 on allegations he used the club’s superstars to promote his haircut business.
Even then, A star barbers have had successes in the following years especially with Ahmed who continues to be flown in expensive private jets across the world just to render his exotic services courtesy of these superstar footballers.
He is actually the official hairdresser of the England National Team and also continues to give haircuts to other professional footballers plying their trade in England and Europe.
What’s most interesting about Aslawani is his incredible collection of jerseys courtesy of the superstar footballers he comes across.
The celebrity barber is also proud to show off his finished jobs on Astar official Instagram page and was given a shout out by the France National Team for his haircut services prior to their World Cup 2018 triumph.
Rio Ferdinand says Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw might struggle under Ralf Rangnick
Wan-Bissaka was on the bench against Crystal Palace on Sunday, having just returned from an injury layoff while Shaw was sidelined due to a head injury. Diogo Dalot and Alex Telles replaced the duo in the United line-up and performed admirably in the win over Palace.
Ferdinand believes that Wan-Bissaka and Shaw will struggle under Rangnick as the tactician prefers ball-playing defenders, an advantage that Dalot and Telles have over the sidelined duo.
Ferdinand said on FIVE YouTube channel: “I’ve got to be honest, Wan-Bissaka has got a hell of a job getting back in this team. The same for Luke Shaw. They’ve both got one hell of a job. One thing this manager likes is full-backs who can actually play and get on the ball.
Ferdinand explained that being good in the defensive phase is not good enough for a defender under Rangnick, as the 63-year-old manager prefers full-backs who can give a steady output on the ball also.
“As well as doing the other stuff like pressing, he wants output with the ball. That’s the weakest part of Wan-Bissaka’s game, there’s going to be a big fight for him to get back into this team,” the football pundit noted.
Rangnick got up to a good start in his United career, nicking a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace courtesy of a Fred winner. The Red Devils are next in action on Wednesday 8th December against Swiss side Young Boys in the UEFA Champions League, having already qualified for the Round of 16.
Spider-Man: across the spider verse is the two-part sequel we’ve been anticipating
This sequel will see the return of Moore as Miles Morales, Hailee Steinfeld as Gwen Stacy and Johnson as Peter Parker. In addition to these returning characters, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will also include Issa Rae as Jessica Drew / Spider-Woman.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is directed by Joaquim Dos Santos (Voltron: Legendary Defender), Kemp Powers (One Night in Miami), and Justin K. Thompson (Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs). The sequel will be written by David Callaham (Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings), Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The Lego Movie).
In the teaser, Miles is listening to “Sunflower” — the hit track by Post Malone and Swae Lee. Miles has no idea there’s a multi-dimension portal open above him, through which Gwen Stacy is staring at him. Gwen says, “is this the room you grew up in?” Miles tries to play it off by hiding items that are not very “adult” before Gwen glances upon his drawings in a book. She thinks they are good, but her face changes after she spots one of herself. After the awkward moment, Gwen invites the grounded Miles Morales/Spider Man to see firsthand the villain and plot ahead of them.
Israel Olorunnisola is a freelance creative. When he is not writing about Film, Music, TV or Pop culture he is telling stories on Wattpad.
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Odion Ighalo: Super Eagles striker celebrates 4th anniversary of his orphanage home
The former Manchester United striker opened the Ighalo orphanage home on the 6th of December 2017.
To celebrate the anniversary, Ighalo took to his official Instagram account to post videos of the home along with photos.
Along with the post was a message that said, “My sincere appreciation goes to almighty God without whom we can do nothing.
“For making it possible to celebrate the 4th Year Anniversary of Ighalo Orphanage Home. @ighalo_orphanage_home It was a dream and God helped me to accomplish this dream. I return all the glory to God. It is a thing of immense joy to celebrate the 4th Year Anniversary of this great project.
“I’m grateful to God for how far he has brought us and where He is still taking us to. I want to specially appreciate members of my board of trustees and all my staffs and caregivers at the home, for their tireless effort and commitment every day to see that the HOME is run and managed well.
“To all the donors and volunteers your support and donations every day are the things that keeps us going. Thank you and may God reward and bless you all as you put a smile on the faces of the kids.
“Finally, to everyone who came to celebrate with us yesterday, May things of joy never depart from your household. Thank you and keep supporting @ighalo_orphanage_home God bless you all ”
Ighalo who now plays with Al-Shabab is known to give back to the community and those in need.
Recently the 32-year-old showed that asides from being a footballer he is also a philanthropist as he gifted widows houses and gifts.
Ighalo is in the country as the Saudi Arabia Professional League is on a break but is expected to return for their Al-Shabab’s next fixture against Al-Taawoun on Monday, December 27, 2021.
Troops prevent IPOB/ESN from attacking 2 Imo communities, defuses IEDs
Director, Army Public Relations, Brig.-Gen. Onyema Nwachukwu, said this in a statement made available to newsmen on Monday in Enugu.
Nwachukwu said that the group targeted people of the two communities for refusing to observe its illegal “sit-at-home’’ order for Monday, Dec. 6.
“The swift response of troops compelled the attackers, mounted on two Sienna Buses and a Toyota Hilux truck to abandon their mission and withdraw in disarray.
“Troops are currently on the trail of the criminals,’’ he stated.
The army spokesman said that in a separate development, troops uncovered four Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) planted by members of IPOB/ESN on Orlu-Owerri Road.
“Vigilant troops, who were on a reinforcement mission to Mgbidi/Awo-Mmama detected the IEDs planted at about 15 meters apart on both sides of the road and safely defused them.
“No casualty was recorded during the diffusion.
“The troops also recovered four wraps of unexploded ordnances, one motorcycle battery, two vehicle alarm devices, one detonator, wires and batteries.
“The road has been safely cleared and motorists have resumed plying the road,’’ he added.
Nwachukwu urged all law-abiding citizens to go about their normal businesses and disregard the illegal “sit-at-home’’ order by the proscribed group.
“We appeal to the good people of Mgbidi, Awo-Mmama and Omuma to report any suspected member of the irredentist group, who may be seeking a safe haven, to relevant security agencies,’’ he stated.
Bekeme Olowola honoured for laudable contributions to mining and geosciences
Similarly, CSR-in-Action Advocacy received the award of the ‘Best Performing NGO in Mining and Geosciences’, which honours any Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) that has committed its activities to soliciting for, educating, and creating awareness for solutions to challenges within the industry in Nigeria.
“In response to the nominations of your name by credible Nigerians and stakeholders through our various voting and nomination platforms, we are glad to inform you that after a thorough selection and assessment process by our award nomination and selection council, you have been unanimously endorsed for conferment and recognition as the WOMEN ROLE MODEL in MINING AND GEOSCIENCES,” the NIMG said in a letter inviting Masade-Olowola to the awards.
Bekeme Olowola is the founder and Chief Executive of CSR-in-Action, a group made of a consulting firm, a think tank, and a training institute dedicated to corporate social responsibility, policy development, advocacy, empowerment, and sustainable development in the region. She is also a board member of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the international organisation advancing the practice of sustainability reporting becoming the first out of West Africa.
Under her leadership, CSR-in-Action has promoted sustainability measurement and reporting using the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards specifically, since 2011, and has catalysed the adoption of sustainability strategies and transparency in the region.
Olowola has engaged stakeholders throughout the economic value chain in Africa, initiating the annual Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference, the largest development focused gathering for extractives and has nurtured it into its tenth year with strong government, business, civil society, and other key stakeholders’ participation.
SITEI is also the platform on which she recently spearheaded the design and development of the West African region’s premier Community Engagement Standards (CES) , a conflict mitigating and management tool for the extractive industries of developing economies.
She has won many industry awards and recognitions, including the Marketing Communication Personality Leadership Prize for the Year 2017, and the Sustainability Professional of the Year, 2019. Also in 2019, she was named in Leading Ladies Africa’s 100 Most Inspiring Women in Africa list.
Let’s seal cracks in our party walls now – APC South Africa
Babarinde, also a member of Elders Council APC Diaspora Leaders, expressed concerns over recent defections of some aggrieved members to the PDP.
“The recent APC primaries conducted nationwide leave much to be desired.
“Most of the candidates were headhunted, handpicked, and conscripted which made old committed members be aggrieved because it negates the principle of democratic practice.
“This has given birth to dissenting voices and agitations among the ranks of APC family; there are splinter groups all over Nigeria which APC need to manage carefully otherwise it may consume the party,” he said.
Babarinde said that Lagos State had a fair share of such political turbulence, where certain groups, like the Lagos4Lagos Movement, came up to challenge the status quo in Lagos political culture.
He said that democracy is about conflict resolution, deepening public debate, and settlement based on utilitarian principles devoid of self-gain, vested interest, fame and all activities that will promote public service.
“However, when a group decides to align and join forces with the opposition, then that is when political prostitution and party switchers set in,” he said.
Babarinde said that the development had brought to mind the politics of selfishness and the crab mentality of pulling them down syndrome at all cost, regardless of the negative consequences to the party.
He said that APC and PDP were “strange bedfellows” and it would be a disservice for a party with no ideological similarities and philosophical resemblance to cohabit just because of minor disagreement.
Babarinde added: “This is another warning to APC in Nigeria and especially in Lagos to settle their differences without allowing it to degenerate out of control as soon as possible.
“No matter how trivial the influence of the aggrieved members in Lagos politics is, this is not a positive development in whatever form and attention are needed to curb this disintegration.
“Those who can still be enticed back to the fold should be encouraged to return and be rehabilitated.
“We cannot afford too many cracks in our fold as the opposition is desperate to take advantage of our mismanagement of success.”
According to him, the only way to promote peace in the party is to allow internal democracy to strive instead of the imposition of candidates on the members.
“We are all members and should have faith and trust in the leadership,” he said.
On the Direct Primaries clause in the 2021 Electoral Act Amendment Bill awaiting Presidential assent, Babarinde said that it would boost the confidence of party members.
“We, the APC faithful in the Diaspora are ready to put in our best efforts for a stronger and stable APC for better performance in 2023.
“This is the reason we are in support of direct primaries for electing candidates that will represent our party.
“No matter the amount of resources for this exercise, the advantage over-weighs whatever cost implications.
“We can also deploy the use of technology in the process to reduce cost and increase credibility and integrity of the process,” he said.
The APC chieftain said that the chapter was looking forward to the inclusion of diaspora members in the National Working Committee (NWC) and National Executive Committee (NEC) of the APC during the party’s forthcoming national convention.
Court to decide Atiku’s citizenship eligibility status Feb 21
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that a group, an Incorporated Trustees of Egalitarian Mission for Africa (EMA), in a suit marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/177/2019 had sued Atiku, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) as 1st to 4th respondents respectively
EMA is challenging Atiku’s eligibility to contest for presidency on the grounds that he was not a Nigerian citizen by birth.
The group asked the court to hold, among others, that considering the provisions of Sections 25(1) &(2) and 131(a) of the constitution and the circumstances surrounding the former vice president’s birth, he cannot contest for the top office.
NAN also reports that the Adamawa State Government, through its Attorney-General (AG), had, on July 27, sought an order of the court to be joined in the suit.
The court, in the motion dated April 26 and filed June 24, granted the prayer of the AG of Adamawa to be joined in the case as 5th defendant.
The Adamawa government had told the court that Atiku was eligible to vie for the office of the president.
It said Atiku, against whom the suit was primarily directed, is a citizen of Nigeria from Adamawa who had been elected as a governor of the state in 1999 and served as the vice president of the country between 1999 to 2007.
It stated that the suit threatened the right of not just the ex-vice president to contest the office of the president “but that of the citizens of Nigeria, of Adamawa origin covering 12 out of the 21 Local Government Areas in the state.”
When the matter was called on Monday, Counsel to the plaintiff, Akinola Oladimeji, informed that the matter was slated for hearing of his originating summons.
“We have amended originating summons in response to 1st to 5th defendants counter affidavits,” he said.
Eyitayo Jegede, SAN, who appeared for Atiku (1st defendant), said a notice of preliminary objection was filed.
Jegede, after withdrawing two motions earlier filed, one of which challenged the jurisdiction of court, urged the court to dismiss the plaintiff application.
He argued that a previous case relied upon by the applicant in filing the suit did not relate with the matter at hand.
The senior lawyer also argued that the matter was already stale as it was tied to 2019 election, in which his client vied for the election, challenged the poll and was unsuccessful.
He said this defined the futility of the plaintiff case.
Corroborating Jegede’s submission, counsel to the 2nd defendant (PDP), Adedamola Falokun, said hr also filed a notice of preliminary objection.
He described the matter as a preelection matter, urging the court not to waste its time on it.
“I stand in alignment with the learner SAN that this matter is stale.
“They filed this before 2019 election that the 1st defendant (Atiku) should not be cleared.
“The 1st defendant had been cleared, he contested and lost in the election. And you are still talking about 2019 when we are in 2021 and in few days, we will be in 2022,” he said.
The lawyer argued that there was no single line in the plaintiff application that specifically stated on good ground why Atiku could be debarred from being cleared from contesting election.
He urged the court to dismiss the suit with punitive cost against the plaintiff.
Also lawyers to the 4th (AGF) and 5th (AG of Adamawa) defendants also presented their arguments in the matter.
The plaintiff lawyer, Oladimeji, disagreed with counsel to the defendants.
He said the suit sought to know the citizenship of Atiku.
He clarified that the suit was not a preelection one.
“For the purposes of clarity, a preelection matter is filed by an aspirant in an election.
“The plaintiff is not an aspirant, it is only seeking an interpretation into the questions raised,” he said.
Oladimeji argued that even though Atiku was said to have been born in Nigeria, he was not a Nigerian citizen.
He stated that for the fact that the mistake had, been done in time past did not mean that this should continue.
He said the interest of the group was for the court to interpret the constitution within the ambit of the law.
Justice Ekwo adjourned the matter until Feb. 21, for judgment.
Nick Cannon’s massive bulging pants trends after appearance on TV show
This occurred during the last episode of one of his TV shows where he delivered his “What’s Poppin?!” pop culture news segment.
While the actor was busy doing what he knows how to do best, fans and viewers of the show couldn’t keep their eyes off his bulging pants.
They had eyes fixated on his crotch.
In the days that have passed, social media users have sounded off on the situation.
Here are some of the reactions on Twitter.