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Female Musician allows presenter to finger her on live TV (See Pics)

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A lady caused massive stir online when she did the unthinkable with a presenter on live television.

Empress Vee is a young Ghanaian who aspires to be inducted into the Ghanaian Hall of Fame. She began her musical career in church, where she sang for about seven years and continues to sing at other events.

The Ghanaian musician recently released a song titled ‘Me nant3m’. It’s an Akan term which means “between my legs”.

Her brand style is quiet similar to Zodwa Wabantu who refuses to wear under-wears.

Empress Vee, a singer and songwriter, demonstrates her private part in a live interview to prove she doesn’t put on undies

Empress Vee’s case is different. She has decided not to put on any bra or any short wears. When she was asked the reason, she said “it’s normal for her family, both her mum and other siblings do same.”

During the interview, she was questioned if she could show that she is truly pant-less. The video below demonstrates how she turned her garment for the interviewer to verify that what she said was real.

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American hacker mercenaries face U.S. charges for work in UAE

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Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who went to work as mercenary hackers for the United Arab Emirates, face federal charges of conspiring to violate hacking laws, according to Justice Department court documents filed on Tuesday.

The three men, Marc Baier, Ryan Adams, and Daniel Gericke, were part of a clandestine unit named Project Raven, first reported by Reuters, that helped the United Arab Emirates spy on its enemies.

The defendants are being charged also with military export restriction violations.

“Defendants used illicit, fraudulent, and criminal means, including the use of advanced covert hacking systems that utilized computer exploits obtained from the United States and elsewhere, to gain unauthorized access to protected computers in the United States and elsewhere and to illicitly obtain information,” the court document states.

Reuters previously reported that Baier was a program manager for Project Raven. Adams and Gericke were operators within the effort, helping the UAE hack its targets.

Prosecutors wrote in a separate filing that they have promised to drop the charges if the three men cooperate with U.S. authorities, pay a financial penalty, agree to unspecified employment restrictions and acknowledge responsibility for their actions.

Text messages sent to Baier and Adams requesting comment went unanswered. A social media message to Gericke also did not receive an immediate response.

“The Bureau’s dedication to justice is commendable, and I have the utmost respect for the agents assigned to this case,” said Lori Stroud, a former NSA analyst who worked on Project Raven and then acted as a whistleblower.

“However, the most significant catalyst to bringing this issue to light was investigative journalism – the timely, technical information reported created the awareness and momentum to ensure justice.”

The court documents describe how the three helped the UAE design, procure and deploy hacking capabilities over multiple years. Their victims allegedly included U.S. citizens, which Reuters previously reported based on information provided by Stroud.

Former program operatives previously told Reuters they believed they were following the law because superiors promised them the U.S. government had approved the work.

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In this African tribe, a man must kidnap any lady he likes for marriage and inform her father later

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While in other parts of the world, a man must first woo and secure the consent of a lady he is attracted to and wants to marry and then proceed to get her parents’ consent, the practice is different in Latuka, South Sudan.


Per their culture and traditions, a suitor must kidnap a lady he intends to marry, by employing the services of other men together with whom he will lay an ambush for, chase and arrest the lady.

The captured lady is then taken to her suitor’s home where she’s kept against her will before the man informs her father later.

As if all those are not interesting enough, the lady’s father must beat up his son-in-law-to-be to show that he approves of his intended marriage to his daughter.

It is unsure how intense or extensive the beatings take but when a woman is spotted by a man and is kidnapped, it takes away her choice and right to make an input into which man she spends the rest of her life with.

In other parts of the world, there is usually a gentlemanly ceremony of handing over a woman to a man, mostly by the father of the bride-to-be, after both the man and the woman have agreed to live together but Latuka practises the direct opposite.

After kidnapping the girl, her suitor returns to her family with elderly male relatives to officially ask for her hand in marriage.

With the girl still in his possession, her father is left with a choice on whether or not to agree to the proposal by this suitor. The response of a “yes” or “no” from the father comes with its separate ceremonial activities.

If the girl’s father agrees to the proposal from this suitor, he is expected to beat his prospective son-in-law to show his approval to their proposal.

Reports say the beatings signifies that the man is willing to be beaten for his wife since it’s about the sacrifices he’s willing to make for the woman he loves.

Equally interesting is the fact that if the father’s response is “no”, the suitor has the discretion to decide whether to return the kidnapped daughter or go ahead to marry her regardless.

This rather interesting practise has been a subject of debate and continues to be as many people are of the view that it is an afront to the right of a girl to choose who she is in love with and wants to spend her life with.

The Latuka or the Otuho are a small ethnic group who have practised subsistence farming for long. They keep large herds of cattle, sheep and goats in the mountains of South Sudan

Common among the crops they grow are groundnuts, sorghum, maize, and tubers like yam and potato.

Latukas are said to embody a communal lifestyle where nothing is kept from anybody: they practise a system of sharing and as such, no single person rules over them. Instead, they have a group of elders who are vested with the authority to guide them.

They are a known conservative tribe that forbids many forms of religious penetrations and other cultures, including marriage which remains unchanged over the years despite criticism.

 

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Girlfriend Caught Boyfriend Sleeping With Roommate On Camera, Leaks Video

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An Angry girlfriend has shared a video of her boyfriend while allegedly cheating on her with her roommate.

The lady who is a college student in the self-made video mimed rapper Khia’s “Don’t Trust No [N-Word] as she showed a young man sleeping with another woman in her arms.

“You put your trust in a [N-word],stupid hoe. How you figure he won’t f*ck your best friend and your sister” she mimed the song.

The TikTok user identified as @catcha_case shared the video on her TikTok with the caption:

“Just caught my bf and roommate cheating”“.

The video has amassed massive reactions on social media.

Although some claimed the video was staged since the college student didn’t show the faces of her boyfriend and roommate to garner likes and views on the videos,some also reacted by making suggestions on how she should greet her boyfriend and her roommate when they wake up.

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