WhiteMoney is being fake and not really happy about seeing two evicted housemates back in the house, this is according to his co-housemate, Angel.
Two days back, both Angel and Pere were evicted from the Big Brother Naija house and not the show, this led to a bit of confusion to unsuspecting housemates, as they felt the two were out of contention for the prize money.
The pair were moved to a separate room – a stunt Biggie has pulled more in this edition – and after completing their task, were returned to the house yesterday.
Following their return and given the reactions from the four housemates, Angel perceived that the excitement from housemate, WhiteMoney was a fake one.
She took Pere to another room and shared her thoughts, where she told him that WhiteMoney’s excitement was fake. Angel added that he is not happy they returned back to contest for the N90million.
Watch the video below;
Bobrisky apologises to Tonto Dikeh: I don’t know what came over me, please forgive me
Bobrisky has apologized to Tonto Dikeh, as she admitted that their friendship was not parasitic and urged the Nollywood actress to forgive them even though they might not be friends again.
The popular Nigerian crossdresser and the actress were best of friends at some point, as the pair were always seen together at that time.
Things soon turned sour, and their friendship became a thing of the past. Since then, Bob had always been hitting out at Tonto on social media, and recently dragged her multiple times after her relationship crashed.
Tonto Dikeh had been in a short relationship with Prince Kpokpogri, as their breakup turned into a social media topic as they pair engaged in a ‘war’ on the platform. The breakup has even led to a court case.
Bobrisky then took to social media at that time to troll their former bestie, a move they have now regretted and tendered a public apology.
In a move that might have surprised many fans, the crossdresser took to their Facebook page to apologize for the public insults. See what Bob wrote below;
”Tonto, I humiliated you here so is a must I come back here to apologize for calling you out !!! I honestly didn’t know what came over me, but I later realize I was wrong… pls find it in your heart to forgive me. Yes I might have be there for u as friends, the truth is you were also there for me at some point of my life. Pls find it in ur heart to forgive me once more. We necessarily shouldn’t be friends no more but let me apologize for calling you out.
To my fans, and to tonto fans I’m sorry many of you are disappointed at me, pls forgive me and I promise never to repeat dis no more.
@iamfaithojo mummy thanks for giving me the best advice God bless you ma, you are truly a mother who don’t support evil.”
BBNaija: Pere and Angel qualify for Grand Finale
BBnaija Shine Ya Eyes Housemates, Pere and Angel are through to the grand finale after successfully completing the task given to them in the white room.
The pair both emerged as the winner of the determinant game between them.
It can be recalled that the housemates were evicted from the house on Sunday night and were placed in a white house where they were given the chance to play a game that will either see them make it to the finale of the reality TV show or be evicted from the show.
Well, the game took no longer than 20 minutes to complete despite the fact that both of them made fouls of which Big Brother decided to be lenient with.
After they both completed the game, with Angel seemingly finishing first, Big Brother took a time out to analyze their game play before eventually announcing that Angel had 56 parts and Pere had 54 parts.
The housemates were meant to dismantle the trucks into 54 parts.
R.Kelly found guilty of racketeering and sex trafficking, risks life imprisonment
R.Kelly might be sentenced to life imprisonment after he was found guilty of racketeering in a high-profile sex-trafficking case after being trailed by accusations of sexual misconduct and abuse for a long time.
The singer has been in custody and on trial in New York for one count of racketeering since he was formally charged in 2019, with 14 underlying acts that included sexual exploitation of a child, kidnapping, bribery and sex trafficking charges. He was also charged with eight additional counts of violations of the Mann Act, a sex trafficking law that bars the transport of people across state lines “for any immoral purpose.”
Though R.Kelly who is best known for the 1996 hit “I Believe I Can Fly” pleaded not guilty to all charges in the case and did not take the stand in his own defense, prosecutors in the trial which centered around the allegations of six people, alleged that the singer was a serial sexual predator who abused young women as well as underage girls and boys for more than two decades.
Federal prosecutors in the Eastern District of New York successfully proved to a jury of seven men and five women that Kelly had been the head of a criminal enterprise, whose purpose was to lure girls, boys and women to the R&B singer for his sexual gratification.
In a closing argument that lasted two days, Assistant U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Geddes accused Kelly and his entourage of using tactics from “the predator playbook” to control his victims.
It was alleged that his tactics include confining victims in hotel rooms or his recording studio, managing when they could eat and use the bathroom, and forcing them to follow various “rules,” including demanding they call him “Daddy.”
Fifty prosecution and defense witnesses took the stand during the five-week trial, including victims who were identified as “Jane Does” in Kelly’s indictments. There were 45 prosecution witnesses.
He was found guilty of charges including sexual exploitation of a child, bribery, kidnapping, racketeering and sex trafficking involving six victims. His sentencing in New York is scheduled for May 4, 2022. Kelly faces a possible sentence of 10 years to life in prison.
Additionally, Kelly faces outstanding criminal charges in both Cook County, Ill., where he was indicted by the state attorney in February 2019 for aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving four victims (three of them minors), and in Minnesota, where he was charged in August 2019 with engaging in prostitution with a minor.
The singer will face a second federal trial on charges of child pornography and obstruction of justice in Illinois. Some of those accusations are related to a 2008 child pornography trial in Chicago, in which he was acquitted of all charges.
In the 1990s and 2000s, Kelly was considered one of the kings of R&B. He was widely credited with helping to redefine the genre with popular tracks like “Bump N’ Grind,” “I’m a Flirt (Remix)” and the “hip-hopera” project “Trapped in a Closet.”
His actions behind-the-scenes attracted greater public scrutiny with the rise of the #MeToo movement, leading to the #MuteRKelly social media campaign, boycotts of his records and protests across the United States.
“Surviving R. Kelly,” a Lifetime documentary series released in 2019 that featured testimony from several accusers, intensified calls for the singer to face legal consequences for his alleged pattern of abuse.