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Fool, I made you trend – I have you fame – Tonto Dikeh blast Olakunle Churchill.

Coming after Tonto Dikeh alleged that her former husband, Olakunle Churchill is bisexual and a “40 seconds cow”, the Abuja based Yoruba born philanthropist has come out to deny the claim.Well, Tonto Dikeh is not giving up on her online battle with him even though it appears as if her Bestie, Bobrisky has abandoned her to carry her cross alone.

The Port-Harcourt born mother of one after daring him to sue her if he’s not gay, has continued to drag him.This time around, she called him a glorified goat and an idiot she made famous.

She wrote:Tonto Dikeh and her former husband, Churchill have been at logger heads after their messy divorce. Their union produced a son.


Churchill reply after Tonto dikeh called him ‘Bisexual’.

…says, leave me alone and focus on your career

It is no longer news that the actress, Tonto Dikeh holds a great dislike for her ex-husband and the father of her child.

This is obvious by how she dedicates her time to sharing unsavoury claims about her marriage with him from time to time on social media.

Just recently, the mother of one took to social media via her Instagram page to claim that she walked out of her marriage with Churchill because he liked to sleep with both men and women.

Well, the allegation seems to be a very big one and Churchill has also taken to his Instagram page to react.

In a post shared on his Instastory, the businessman pleaded with Nigerians not to succumb to the temptation of anyone trying to use his name to trend.


Feb:14: Denrele Edun Reveals Why He Keeps Going To Grave Every Valentine’s Day

Nigerian media personality, Denrele Edun has talked about why he keeps visiting Goldie’s grave some seven years after her death.

Every year since late singer, Goldie Harvey, died in 2013, her close friend, Denrele Edun, has been visiting her grave on Valentine’s Day, which is the anniversary of her death. While some have commended his commitment to his deceased friend, others insinuated that he was doing it for publicity sake.

In a chat with Sunday Scoop, the media personality noted that the visits were his own way of keeping Goldie’s memory alive.

“It is my little way of letting people remember that there was once a Goldie, there still is a Goldie and there will forever be a Goldie. Anytime I do that, people remember her. Some stations play her music and it might just be for that day but somehow, she is remembered, appreciated and loved on Valentine’s Day. No matter my schedule, I make sure I visit her grave every Valentine’s Day. It is so weird because the guards at the grave usually expect me. That is the only way I can communicate with her.”

Edun also stated that he had not being in touch with the late singer’s family.

The former television presenter also maintained that he would continue visiting Goldie’s grave until he got a revelation to do otherwise.

Denrele, who recently shared his experience with the husband of a friend who said he didn’t like him, insisted that things like that did not get to him.

He added, “It is different when people tell you they don’t like you upfront, so you already know what you are dealing with. I can take open confrontation but when it comes from the action (of the person), I am a very strong-minded individual. As humans, we try to decipher what warranted such behaviour from someone who doesn’t know one’s story and it is not reciprocal because one doesn’t hate that person. I feel everyone is entitled to their views. You know my name not my story.

You don’t know what I have been through. I like good energy. I am a positive-minded person and I don’t want to cross paths with these people. Honestly, I am not bothered.”


Denrele Edun reveals how he is being treated for being a gay

Nigerian Media Personality, Adenrele Oluwafemi Edun popularly known as Denrele, has revealed the way he is treated by people who perceive him to be a gay man.

He narrated the awkward experiences he had with the husband of a friend of his whom he met on two occasions.

On one of the occasions, Denrele Edun said he could hear the man express disgust for him and also called him a homosexual.

Read his post below ;

You are NOT for everyone, and that’s not just okay, that’s AMAZING!

There’s a close friend of mine (we go way back) whose Expatriate husband can’t STAND the very sight of me. Considering the fact that we have mutual alliances, we run into each other occasionally. And she’s in the strategic Media industry so that’s even more than often.
First time he sighted me at a dinner party for one of my close buddies (and just so you know, my sensory organs are exceedingly sharp), I heard him whisper to his wife (my friend), “I HATE THE VERY SIGHT OF THAT GUY.

I HOPE HE’S NOT YOUR FRIEND”. And I knowingly walked up to them with the biggest welcoming smile plastered all over my face, hugged my friend, shook his hand in a limp shake which he withdrew quickly like I had the Coronavirus and moved away.

I thought to myself, “White man? That’s a first!”
They usually find me intriguing and assume I’m some sort of RockStar!

The other day, we were at a Champagne oriented event and forgetting my resolve, I ran up to her.
Hugged her. Told her how I had missed her (very true) and and moment I tried to greet her husband, she laughed and said to all our other friends around us,
I decided to break the ice again. Tried to say hi. This time he backed hurriedly away from me with an irritated demeanor and moved further down the patio muttering
“I’LL KILL SOMEONE…” and something else I didn’t quite catch!
Everyone noticed this but it still fell down to this look; MY WIDE CLEVER FOOL LAUGH! And wholeheartedly too!

Suddenly, a group of friends sighed me, screamed my name and whirled me away to meet their foreign friends who were enthusiastically THRILLED to meet me!

You are not for everyone, and that’s okay. The world is full of people who, no matter what you do, will point blank NOT like you.
Being disliked by some is simply a byproduct of being authentic to who you truly are.
But it is also filled with people who will LOVE YOU FIERCELY!
You are not for everyone, and that’s okay!


Bisi Alimi’s message to fellow Gay after celebrating 45th birthday

Nigerian gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi who celebrated his 45th birthday on the 17th Jan. 2020 has shared a piece of advice to all gay Nigerian living in the country.

Bisi Alimi took to social media to advise to find means to escape from the country that ” is designed to kill you and your dreams!”

The Berlin-based university lecturer shared a post which reads thus; ”Dear Nigerian LGBTQ Individuals, if you can find your way out of Nigeria please do it. To be honest, start investing in getting out of that jungle. Your future matters.”

Bisi who is married now and now lives abroad with his husband went on to caption the post;

”Enough said……. That jungle is designed to kill you and your dreams!”

Bisi who clocked 45-year-old on the 17th January, 2020 in another post on his Twitter page, said “I was 29yrs old when I was diagnosed with #HIV, the year was 2004, we had three options as gay men in #Nigeria; 1, wait & die. 2, get on AZT and deal with side effect, 3, be disowned by the community.

“Today I am 45yrs, I am still here, still living and still slaying,” he added.

Bisi is the first Nigerian to come out on national TV as a gay.

He is and activist who has been appealing to the Nigerian government about laws against same-sex affairs and a draconian law that makes even befriending a gay person a crime punishable by 10 years in jail.




Brazilian judge orders Netflix to remove movie tagging ‘Jesus’ a gay

Netflix has been ordered by a Brazilian judge to stop showing a film depicting Jesus as a gay man and which prompted a gasoline bomb attack on the satirists behind the film.

The ruling by Rio de Janeiro judge, Benedicto Abicair, on Wednesday responded to a petition by a Brazilian Catholic organization that argued the “honor of millions of Catholics” was hurt by the film.

The special was produced by Rio-based film company, Porta dos Fundos, whose headquarters was targeted in the Christmas Eve attack.

Judge Abicair said the program’s withdrawal “is beneficial not only to the Christian community but to Brazilian society which is mostly Christian.”