Archive: Oct 2014

And Little Blue Ivy dresses up like Michael Jackson for Halloween

Singer in the making: The two-year-old clutched both a pink microphone and stuffed toy dog

 

Blue Ivy looked soo adorable with her looking like the late MJ. Her mum too was dressed up like MJ’s sis Janet. Compared that to North West who dressed up like a smelly skunk

Beyonce said Michael Jackson made her the artist that she is today, and Beyonce again paid tribute to the late star on Friday with help from her only child.

Jay Z had the special moment of carrying their child.

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Childhood: Blue Ivy emerged in a mini Michael Jackson costume to attend a Halloween party with her parents on Thursday

Big fans: Beyonce continued the theme after opting to go as the late King Of Pop's sister Janet

Good work: The sparkly outfit was a replica of the top that was first worn by Jackson to the American Music Awards in 1984 (pictured)

Icon: The hit was first released in 1989 (pictured)

Photo of Chelsea Handler going topless mocking Putin then gets Instagram attention

Chelsea Handler posted a topless photo to Instagram on Thursday imitating Russian President Vladimir Putin only to have the photo removed by Instagram moments later.

 

Crazing girl Chelsea got a spank from Instagram following a half nude pic she put up on the social network,

posting a topless photo of herself mounted on a horse next to a similar pic made famous by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“Anything a man can do, a woman has the right to do better. #kremlin,” Handler wrote in a post that quickly went viral.

But just as fast as Handler’s assets went public, Instagram deleted the post, citing its community guidelines against nudity.

“If a man posts a photo of his nipples, it’s ok, but not a woman? Are we in 1825?” Handler countered in another Instagram post.

She then reposted the nude pic directly to Twitter with the caption: “Taking this down is sexist. I have every right to show I have a better body than Putin.”

Handler added the racy pic to Instagram a second time, daring the company to violate her First Amendment rights.

Of course they got it yanked again !

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Moments When Groom storms off during wedding photo shoot because Bride made herself look ugly to test if he still loves her

Afterwards, the woman said her boyfriend is 'such a philanderer' but she stays with him because 'he treats her very well'

 

  • Would-be-bride turned up to the photo-shoot with an ‘old face’
  • She wanted to see if her fiancée will still love her when she is old
  • He demanded she remove the makeup before storming off
  • The woman said he is ‘such a philanderer’ but ‘he treats her very well’ 
  • Some have speculated it was an elaborate publicity stunt
This happened on  Monday, a man abandoned his fiancée after she showed up to their pre-wedding photo shoot wearing makeup that made her look like an elderly woman according to the Daily Mail Reporters asked the woman why she wanted to wed the man if he was an adulterer, to which she replied ‘because he really treats me very well.’
But some people feel this was a publicity stunt and may not be real .. see more photos.
The woman reportedly asked her boyfriend if he would love her at 70-years-old. If he did, then he would not mind taking pictures of her as an older woman
The bride-to- be deliberately applied makeup so she would look like an elderly woman for their pre-wedding photo-shoot

Folurunsho Alakija amongst richest women in the world

Folorunsho Alakija of Nigeria has an estimated net worth of $1.2billion

 

She is the richest Woman in Africa, estimated to be worth $1.2 bn meet Folurunsho Alakija and other wealthy women across the globe.

The richest woman in the world, as well as in North America, is Christy Walton of Walmart, with an estimated net worth is $37.9billion.

Christy Walton has an estimated net worth of $37.9billion

Next  is Europe’s wealthiest woman and L’Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt of France, with an estimated $31.3billion net worth.

The list was compiled by Wealth X

The website determined the most affluent women by net worth in seven regions – North America, Europe, Pacific, Latin America, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa – then ranked those women against one another.

Wealth-X found that the richest woman in the world, as well as in North America, is Christy Walton of Walmart, reporting her estimated net worth is $37.9billion.

 

CAF may postpone AFCON 2015

 

According to a report published moments ago by a Moroccan daily newspaper, As-Sabah, the African football governing body has agreed in principle to postpone the biennial championship till June next year or early 2016.

This detail is coming after a meeting  was held in Yaoundé, Cameroon on Wednesday between CAF President, Issa Hayatou and representatives of the Moroccan Ministry of Sports, the Moroccan football association (FRMF) and the country’s health authorities.

A source that attended the meeting had informed newsmen that the North African country had once again requested that the tournament be postponed from January to June 2015 or January 2016.

The report also stated that Hayatou would be willing to meet their request when CAF  takes a final decision on Sunday when the Executive Committee of the continental body meets in Algiers, Algeria.

However, CAF has refused to comment on the matter.

It would be recalled that Moroccan had cited concerns over the Ebola outbreak in West Africa for its call for the postponement of the tournament.

No fewer than 5000 people have been reported to have died from the deadly disease in West African nations this year.

Earlier reports had revealed that South African Football Associations (SAFA) president Danny Jordaan is set to meet with the CAF boss Issa Hayatou to discuss a way forward as South Africa is set to replace the North African giants.

SAFA spokesperson Dominic Chimhavi, in an exclusive interview on Wednesday, told sport24, that a decision is not final regarding the matter.

Chimhavi also hinted that South Africa is just being considered as a possible replacement, should the royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF) confirm their withdrawal.

I’m Proud To Be Gay: Tim Cook, Apple CEO

 

CEO of Apple announced he’s gay Thursday, in an essay that puts him among the highest-profile publicly out business leaders in the world.

“I’m proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Tim Cook, who took the reins of the world’s most valuable company from the late co-founder Steve Jobs, writes in Bloomberg Businessweek.

The highly private Cook has never publicly acknowledged his sexuality, though it was widely rumored outside the company, and he writes that colleagues at Apple already knew.

“I don’t consider myself an activist, but I realize how much I’ve benefited from the sacrifice of others,” Cook wrote. “So if hearing that the CEO of Apple is gay can help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is, or bring comfort to anyone who feels alone, or inspire people to insist on their equality, then it’s worth the trade-off with my own privacy.”