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People Criticise Me For Being A Good Guy – BBNaja Star, Jaypaul



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Paul Ephraim, a former Big Brother Naija (Shine Ya Eye) housemate, popularly known as Jaypaul, has said that some people criticize him for being ‘a good guy’.


In a new interview he said, “I have come to realise that the world does not really care about one. There are people who care about one truly but at the end of the day, one cannot please everybody. I am that guy that makes sure nobody is angry but really, not everyone would be happy with one.”

“If one is a good guy, people would chastise one for being a good guy and they would say one is being fake. They are the ones that also said I left money and went for love during my stay in BBN. Can’t one pursue two things at the same time?”

The 29-year-old also maintained that fame would not change him. He said, “I have been able to manage my fame because I do not look down on anybody. I am a street person although I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth. I feel I have seen it all. Fame will not change me because I will be who I have always been for a long time.”jaypaul

Jaypaul also stated that life after BBN had been an adventure for him. He said, “Life after BBN has been an adventure because it is what I have always wanted and worked for. Now that I’ve got it, I am asking myself, ‘Do I really want this’? It has been an amazing roller coaster. The reception from fans has been amazing. I have seen beautiful people with beautiful hearts and they send me regular messages of how wonderful I am. That is amazing.”

The Cross River State-born reality star also stated that he had always wanted to be on television. He said, “The projects I am currently working on include music and other things on television. I have always wanted to appear on television. I want to host the biggest shows and gigs, and I have started that already. I have also been pushing my business, Made in Calabar. I have done a few advertisements, and I have been exploring my creative energy.”jaypaul bbnaija koko tv ng .jpg.

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“Waiting Until Marriage Night To Have Sex For The First Time Is A Really Bad Idea” – Woman Narrates Her Ordeal



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One wife is explaining why NOT to wait until marriage to have sex for the first time after having a bad experience on her wedding night.

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Laci, from the US, said that she was raised in a “purity culture” but explains why this ruined her sex life for years.

Taking to her TikTok account, the wife was replying to another man’s post which said: “I just want to say that waiting until marriage to have sex for the first time is a really bad idea.”

Posting under the domain @laci_bean, Laci said: “I could not agree with him more. Let’s get a little vulnerable.”

“I grew up in the 90s where purity culture was like ALL the rage. There was even a point where I was like ‘I’m not even gonna kiss until marriage.’ Well, my husband and I did ‘technically’ wait until marriage” she added. 

Laci explained that she did have some sexual experience with her boyfriend but the pair did not have sex before their wedding night.

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“We weren’t like 100% pure but you know what I mean. When I tell you that my wedding night was f*****g sucked, it is an understatement” said Lacy.

Adding: “On my honeymoon, I called my sister, who is a nurse, literally bawling on the phone, saying ‘I think my vagina is broken’.”

Another thing the woman grew up believing is that she should put her own sexual needs and desires aside, and just focus on pleasing her man.

“And because purity culture thought me, that it was my job to please my husband, and it was all about HIM, or he would go watch porn and cheat on me, literally it took me a few years to be like ‘hey, what about me in this little tango?’” said Laci.

Adding: “I’m 32 and I’m still unlearning s*** guys. I f*****g hate purity culture.”

The wife’s post has over 887k times and TikTok users have been quick to comment.

“If you want to wait, thats’ fine. But it shouldn’t be because an institution pushed it on you” commented one person.

Another added: “My mom told me to go live with someone for a year before thinking about getting married. Best advice ever.”

“Nana told me to test drive the car before you buy it” commented a third.

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Davido Tattoos ’44’ On His Arm To Honour Late Friend Obama DMW



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Singer Davido misses his dear friend Obama DMW dearly and he is keeping him close to him for the rest of his life as he has inked a tattoo with the code of his late friend on his arm. 


The hitmaker and Obama were quite close and he showed off the new ink on social media paying tribute to his friend. He also inked the inscription, ‘O fe rege’ beside the tattoo with flying birds. The tattoo has gathered mixed reactions on social media with many sending OBO love and strength to heal through the pain.

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Recall that Obama passed away from heart failure on June 29th, 2021, at Ever-care hospital in Admiralty Way, Lagos, and the news of his death came as a rude shock to many in the entertainment industry.
Read also: Davido Takes His First Ride In His N240m Rolls Royce Cullinan (Video)


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Identical twins dating 40-year-old man want to get pregnant for him same time



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Anna and Lucy DeCinque, dubbed the world’s most identical twins have stated that they want to get pregnant together at the exact same period.

The popular identical twin sisters who share their lives in the American TLC network reality series, Extreme Sisters, are so close to the point that they do everything together.

According to Daily Mail, the Australian ladies eat, sleep, shower, go out together and try to keep their lives in sync.

The sisters who spend every minute together even have a shared partner of nine years with whom they are now trying to synchronise their pregnancy.

They have been monitoring their bodies and doing research so that they can both conceive at the same time for their 40-year-old partner, Ben Byrne.

“We learnt from the internet that when your temperature goes up your ovulating,” Lucy said in a recent YouTube video.

Asides from wanting to get pregnant at the same time, Anne and Lucy spent a whopping $250,000 (N102 million) on cosmetic treatment, breast implants as well as their eyebrows so that they’d look more alike, Times Now News reports.

Speaking on their fondness for each other, Anna said they have separation anxiety and fears they may not function effectively if one is without the other.

“When she goes to the toilet, I come with her; when she has a shower, I come with her. You name it and we do it.

We’re never apart. I don’t think we’d function without each other. We have separation anxiety. We’re bound to each other,” she said.

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