Sunday, 26 February 2017

Sport betting going viral in Nigeria

With the high engagement of Nigerian youth on sport betting
It is said that among every 10 Nigerian youth 7 of them is into sport betting
Many questions is sprigging up out if this result
Aside from the youths playing it,its also discovered that most parents are into it
We have many betting companys in Nigeria , spring from
Winners golden bet

They are many others that were unmentioned
But after all analysis what we really know for sure is that some youth makes profitable gain from it and some make profitable loss also from same betting

Games from the sport betting
No1 is a booked game
Ño2 is a won ticket :-its a 5odds game play with N10k and won N55k
No3 is a booked hockey game
The sport betting consists of many different kind of sports

To me it can be a profitable business if wisely invested in
But if you think other wise then let the world know by kindly dropping a comment



wizkid on a Gucci Hoodie worth N1M

Wizkid is definitely one of the biggest names in African music and he continues to keep his consistence.

The ‘Star Boy’ took to his Instagram to share a few photos of himself as he wrapped up on the video set for one of his singles.

Our fashion eyes took a good look at the hoodie he rocked and we figured it wasn’t a regular hoodie, but a Gucci hoodie which cost a whooping $2,590 which is a little over a million naira.


Be Honest! What Do You Check First On Your Mobile Phone In The Morning?

Be Honest! What Do You Check First On Your Mobile Phone In The Morning?

Over the recent years,  you would agree with me that it is almost impossible to find at least 8 out of 10 people who aren’t addicted to their mobile smartphones.

Smartphones have been a source of distraction to many people especially during this time of many interesting trending topics on the world of social medias and the internet generally.

While we still have some people who aren’t addicted to their phones, of course there are people of such even though they are very limited, me as a writer of this post is also guilty of this allegation called “Phone Addiction”.

I go to bed pressing phones and I wake up looking around for my phone. Well, I know many of us fall into this category. But the question I want to ask is if you get up in the morning and you look around for your phone, what do you do first on the smartphone? As for me, first thing I would do is to check the time.

What about you? Drop your comments!!!


‘Ibrahimovic Is Like Me’- Manchester United Legend Cantona Says

‘Ibrahimovic Is Like Me’- Manchester United Legend Cantona Says

Manchester United legend, Eric Cantona, has praised Zlatan Ibrahimovic for helping the younger players at the club.

Ibrahimovic has become a key player at Old Trafford, following his summer move from Paris Saint-Germain and leads in their goalscoring charts with 15 goals in 24 Premier League games.

Cantona says the 35-year-old is like him, in the way he tries to help youngsters develop.

“There are two kinds of older players, the ones that do not like the young ones because they want to play and they can destroy them, and the others who will help,” Cantona told the United’s official website.

“I remember when I was 17, I played with [Andrzej] Szarmach. He was Polish, he played in two World Cup semi-finals, he was a great player and he helped me so much.

“I remember this and said to myself when I am older, I will try to do the same, and I am sure Ibrahimovic does the same.

“He is very helpful for young players because he is a great player with a strong personality, and he is the right older player who wants to help the younger ones. It is very important to have an experienced player who gives examples to the other ones.

“He is a great player and a strong personality, he played for Milan, he played for Barcelona so he knows all the about the pressure, he understands it and he has proven that he is also a great man.”


Revealed!! Mourinho Personally Calls Barcelona Neymar To Remind Him To Join Man United

Revealed!! Mourinho Personally Calls Barcelona Neymar To Remind Him To Join Man United

Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho, has reportedly called Barcelona forward Neymar, to convince him to swap Camp Nou for Old Trafford in the summer.

United are in the market for another big-money player and Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann has been their No.1 target.

But there appears to be uncertainty over a potential deal, with Griezmann only eager to move if the Red Devils qualify for the Champions League.

Spanish outlet, Sport, reports that Mourinho has personally been in touch with Neymar, as he seeks to bolster his squad ahead of his second season.

The 25-year-old has scored 50 goals in 75 games for Brazil and Mourinho is keen to land a player he has admired for a long time.


Messi and Ronaldo can never break these 6 record

Messi and Ronaldo can never break these 6 record

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Football legends Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are record breakers, but there are some feats which are just out of their reach.

We are not looking at comical records that involve teams but rather personal records which these players can never break or get close to.

Messi and Ronaldo
Here are six records Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo can never break;

1. Fastest red card in football

Cross Farm Park Celtic striker Lee Todd, who was sent off just two seconds into a game back in October 2000 for using foul language. It would be the worst thing to happen in football if any of those two get a red card within two seconds.

Lionel Messi and red card are not a match
2. Most own goals scored by a single player in a game

Please don't tell me you see Messi and Ronaldo defending and scoring three own goals in a single game. In 1995, Stan Van Den Buys scored three own goals in one match while playing for Germinal Ekeren.

According to legend,  infamous match between AS Adema and Stade Olympique L'Emyrne in October 2002 produced the most own goals.  The game finished 149-0 to Adema after SOE deliberately scored 149 own goals in protest at a refereeing decision. The goalscorers' names have been lost in the mists of time but as the captain Mamisoa Razafindrakoto, the goalkeeper Dominique Rakotonandrasana, Manitra Andrianaina and Rakotoarimanana Tolojanahary were the four players suspended by the Madagascan FA.

Cristiano Ronaldo
3. Most goals scored in an official match

The current world record for an international is held by Archie Thompson, who scored 13 goals against American Samoa in Australia's 31–0 victory during the 2002 FIFA World Cup qualification.

Even San Marino would not allow that many goals to be scored against them by one player.

Messi scored on return against Uruguay in a World Cup qualifier
4. Most goals by a single player in a single World Cup

Just Fontaine scored 13 goals in one FIFA World Cup tournament back in 1958 and it just seems unlikely that record will ever be broken. By the time the 2018 World Cup rolls by, Messi would be 31 and Ronaldo 33...we just don't think they would be able to beat Fontaine's record.

Cristiano Ronald poses with the Euro 2016 trophy whch he won with Portugal
5.  Most goals scored by a goalkeeper in a career

Rodrigo Ceno scored more than 150 goals in his career (mostly from free kicks and penalties) and we just don't Messi and Ronaldo doing the same. Why? Cos they aren't goalkeepers.

Leo Messi scores against Man City goalie Claudio Bravo in the Champions League
6. Most yellow cards received in a season

Mark Hughes, Lee Cattermole Paul Ince and Robbie Savage have all received 14 yellow cards in one season and it seems far fetched that out legendary duo will do the same.

Ronaldo will never pick up 15 yellow cards in one season


Thursday, 23 February 2017

Having A Record Label Has Really Helped Me – Simi

Having A Record Label Has Really Helped Me – Simi

‘Love Don’t Care‘ crooner, Simi, bared it all in a new interview with Bold Magazine.

The talented singer/sound mixer, opened up on her music and more in this interview with Bold Magazine, saying having record label has really helped her as an artiste.

Read excerpts below:

O: What do you think makes your song mainstream and what what makes it alternative?

S: I don’t really like the word alternative because the kind of sound I use, the tempo of my music is mellow. It’s not a dance type of groove but it is still really really groovy. I think what makes my music more mainstream would be what I am singing about and then cos I use a lot of ‘Pidgin’. I’m not too for a lack of a better word too ‘Oyinbo’ I try to keep it as African as possible.

O: Speaking about Niche, in the news most recently there’s a lot of talk about black consciousness and black people coming together than ever before. Would you say that there’s a black renaissance going on and are you part of that said renaissance?

S: Well, I live in Africa; in Nigeria so it is not as pronounced as it is in the west as we are all black well predominantly black here. But I am very aware of what is going on and I try as much as possible to be a part of the conversation because it is very important. I feel like there should be an increase on how black people are valued. For me it is just not about black people, it is about women, it is about the society, if the status quo doesn’t not necessarily automatically benefit you, that’s my side. So I definitely like to be a part of the conversation.

O: Would you say that this reflects in your music or it has been reflective in your music?

S: Well I Have a song “Love don’t care” It focuses on tribalism. There’s a lot of tribes here. We have so many tribes in Nigeria, we have over 200 dialects. It’s ridiculous how we let things like that especially seeing that we are supposed to be more alike. We let it keep us way from benefiting from each other.

I once went for an interview and it was for Love don’t care. So the presenter asked if one should let tribal differences dictate who you love. There were a lot of people calling in; like Igbo people calling in and most weren’t calling to say they can’t marry from this tribe or that tribe They were calling to say they can’t marry from another Igbo group, Imagine. I didn’t even know there was such a thing. Like your own people and you’re like no this is not good enough for me.

O: Do you consciously create songs like Love don’t care because of the social message or it just depends on the the music you want to create, different song for different mood? Is there a method to the madness?

S: I think it depends. There are a lot of people that would write about conscious things. Take Fela as an example he was a very socially conscious musician, even if you’re laughing at his songs, he is writing about real stuff. I try to do that as well but I don’t just focus on conscious stuff, in fact I like to put a little humour in my songs even if I am talking about something serious. I want people to laugh and smile and say oh that’s ridiculous but it’s true. Personally with song writing, I am not usually stuck on one idea, I don’t have a formula, I don’t have one topic and I say this is what I must talk about. If in that moment I am feeling conscious I will write about it, I want to talk about love, happiness that is what I will write about. For me it depends on how i feel.

O: So looking at your career path, It is safe to say that you left the independent route behind and got a label deal. Do you think you would have as much impact if you were independent?

S: I tried the independent route but it’s not easy. For me, having a label has really helped me, even before I got signed, people will tell me oh yeah you are very talented but not a lot of people were hearing my music. So it definitely made all the difference. Even if it is not a record label, yo


EXCLUSIVE: Big Brother Naija’s “Soma” Talks About The Future

EXCLUSIVE: Big Brother Naija’s “Soma” Talks About The Future, The Music
Somadina Anyama is an all-round entertainer whose basking talents revolve around singing, music production, acting and modeling.

Even with a painful eviction from the Big Brother Naija house, Soma has broken past the stardom threshold and he certainly isn’t exercising any chill now that he is finally on the lane to catching his long-desired dream. He just released his debut single titled One Plus One, which interestingly he co-produced alongside Don L37.

Now, he chats to tooXclusive TV‘s Krystn Enem about his reality TV show experience and how he intends to execute all the grand plans he has for his tall ambitions in the music and entertainment industry.


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Rapper Yung6ix, has bared his mind about the ‘fake love’ in the industry specifically since the death of gospel artiste, Eric Arubayi.

The rapper who spke with HipTV said:

“We lost one of our colleagues and lot of people started faking love on social media like we all knew this guy. If you look at most people faking and showing fake love, they are not even following the guy. Most of them started following him after he died. Most people never posted his songs, most people where never there to support him as at the time he needed them but look at everybody now. Acting like they all wanted him to win. It was sad and i was hurt that they where taking advantage of something like that. Its not right. We are talking about life and death here. It’s not right. I’m not just speaking for myself but for people who had it in their minds and hearts but never had the guts to say it because it was being fronted by celebrities.”

Erci, died on February 11, 2017 after being treated with expired drugs at the Delta State Teaching h

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