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|The tanker after being moved from the Corona School Compound|
|The part of the Corona School compound where the tanker crashed through|
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|Above: DJ Jimmy Jatt & Wizkid|
Below: DJ Neptune & Olamide
|Above: DJ Spinall & Timaya|
Below: DJ Shabsy with Kiss Daniel, Sugarboy and some dude
|Above: DJ Xclusive & Wizkid|
Below: DJ Enimoney & Olamide
A Michigan felon tried to sing his way out of trouble at his sentencing on a weapons charge, offering a musical apology inspired by singer Adele's Hello.Brian Earl Taylor, 21, adapted the hit ballad to express his contrition to the judge at Washtenaw County Trial Court, reports the Ann Arbor News."Hello there, your honour," Taylor sang in the 10 March exchange, which was recorded on courtroom video.
|Taylor was sentenced to up to 17 years in prison|
He continued: "I want to say I'm sorry for the things I've done and I'll try and be stronger in this life I chose, but I want you to know - that door, I closed."And your honour I'm sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry."Reacting to Taylor's soulful plea, Judge Darlene O'Brien said he was "obviously a talented young man".But she sentenced him to up to 17 years in prison for unlawful imprisonment and carrying a concealed weapon.
I can't say the Judge was harsh...afterall she had a job to do and she had to do it without obstructing justice. I just hope her eventual sentencing was not because he is black...with all the racial tension sprouting about the place in the US.
|Pretty police boss from the TV drama series 2Four7|
|Former Lagos Police Command PRO, Ngozi Braide|
|Mrs Onwuanaegbu with the Governor's entourage|
|Its as if Governor Ambode is resisting the urge to look at the pretty cop|
|\And while the Governor kept his face away, the guy on the extreme left apparently couldn't.|
|My colleague's picture as placed shamelessly on the blog|
|The captiom as captured on Vibercent's page after placing my colleague's |
picture the secomnd time
|Princess Vitarah in the video|
|Who did this to this kid? He's everywhere in this rotten song|
|That white guy who\s happy about Nigerian Vagina...|
|Akara and Puff puff sharing the same tray. Akara is the bigger one.|
For the lips of an adulteress drip honey, and smoother than oil is her speech.” (Proverbs 4:3)
At the risk of sounding like a hater, I am genuinely nervous as I read and watch this amazing story of a bread seller, who unknowingly strolls into a Tinie Tempah photoshoot, caught the eye of photographer TY Bello, and almost overnight becomes a global talking point. I must say also, that I absolutely love it.
This type of story gladdens everyone’s heart and serves as inspiration to millions of people that despite your current situation, your good fortune is just round the corner and never loses hope in life.
But, I can’t help but look beyond the fairytale and feel a sense of apprehension at the same time. In my line of work, my job is to look where no one else is looking when it comes to negotiating contracts, maximising earning potential for talent, and pretty much protect such talent, and I pray to God there’s someone doing that for this girl. I have discovered and developed raw talent in my time, some from unknown status to superstardom.
I have met others half way in their progression and developed together, but one thing I’ve never done is base anything on sentiment or “eeeyah”, or “Na only Baba God o…” etc, I am sometimes the one to bring up the unpleasant reality, the reality no one understands until years later.
But I always feel it’s best to understand the whole picture and be prepared for whatever happens next.
When I saw that this Olajumoke girl couldn’t even speak or read English, my first concern was she’s going to be bewildered by a lot of things, especially in the fashion and modelling world in Nigeria. Then the sudden fame and spotlight, which often times can confuse ‘experienced’ talent. There’s also the clamour for her time, makeovers, interviews, and of course the good stuff, endorsements, jobs, goodwill offers and donations (I hear she has 2 kids already).
I’ve seen her take pictures, holding up a Contract (which I hope has been explained to her well as she can’t read it), then the makeovers with heavy make up and lipstick (she looks nothing like the sweet girl we all fell in love with).
Forgive me I’m not a designer o, seeing her dressed in some shine shine outfits, I start to wonder, firstly I hope she’s getting paid well at least, and secondly, most people are only absorbing her story, as most of us don’t really know much about characteristics that suggest a great modelling career.
I really do hope and pray that, whatever happens to Olajumoke from now on, she is well protected.
The fashion and modelling industry (in Nigeria or anywhere in the world) can be the worst place you wanna be when “they” decide you’re no longer happening or trending, or worse, not useful anymore.
You wanna bet that some other models are already beefing her already? And another thing, when the same people who are “tapping into her anointing” now, start to write really disgusting and hurtful comments about her (anonymously of course) on blogs because her own is now getting too much, I hope she has a strong support system in the people that really love and care for her. But for now, Olajumoke ride on and God bless you.
Anyway, that’s my own. Me too I need to go and sell my proverbial bread in the market.” - From Facebook acct of Ayo Shonaiya
|The Opening scene from the Bad Boys video (above) shows us a fictional town |
while the Burna Boy opening scene opens on a fictional avenue named after the artiste.
Not convinced? Continue...
|The first picture above is from the Bad Boy's video and shows this dude |
cutting his garden who later removes his shades to view the visitors.
The second and third pictures from the Burna Boy video show a woman instead
cutting her garden while another guy mowing his lawn removes his glasses to view the visitors
|Bad Boy's Video above shows P.Diddy's crew getting off the bus.|
Burna Boy's video below shows his crew getting off the bus too.
|P.Diddy raps his lines on the rooftop of his home.|
Burna Boy sings on the rooftop of his own home
|Bad Boy's crew ride around town on scooters.|
Burna Boy's crew ride around on more modern scooters
|P.Diddy performs in a whitescreen studio with band|
Burna Boy does the same.
|And the neon lights speak for themselves who's who.|
This is so glaring that its a copycat.
|Another glaring proof...Bad boy crew wheel in a barrow with Alcohol|
Burna crew does exactly the same!
|The detail in copycatting is so amazing...P.Diddy above plays golf on his roof which send his ball into another compound.|
Burna Boy plays a soccer ball which flies into a neighboring compound. Maybe he can't play golf...abi?
|Two runners appear in Bad Boy's video.|
One runner appears in Burna's video.
Budget cuts that couldn't afford an additional runner?
|Did I mention a guy mowing the lawn earlier in Burna's video?|
Well, apparently, he's also a copycat of a guy mowing the lawn in the Bad Boy video above.