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Bad publicity, as Nigerian singer Sky-B, fakes his death to gain attention

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Reports that circulated on social media in the past 24 hours that the one-time popular Nigerian singer, Sky-B is dead has been confirmed to be false, as the singer is very much alive and only faked his death to gain public attention.

The “Ma Bebe” crooner decided to think out of the box and could only arrive at faking his death to gain publicity. Since after dropping his famous hit, “Ma Bebe” the one-hit-wonder has tried everything within and beyond his power to take the music space by a storm but has consistently failed. Be that as it may, he never thought about giving up.

He continued dropping new songs and trying to push his way through to the limelight again via his IG handle. But that method seemed to be working for everyone else except him. So he decided to tow the part of the dead like Skiibii once did and amazingly, it worked out for him. For the past 24 hours, news has been flying that Sky-B is dead and gone.

But it has now been disclosed that the singer is very much alive and shooting a movie somewhere in Owerri. Many have frowned at this stunt. But Sky-B couldn’t care less about that, as he has now gotten what he had always wanted.


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Check Out How Adekunle Gold Reacted After Being Compared To R. Kelly On Twitter

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Nigerian singer, Adekunle Gold has reacted after he was compared to world famous musician, R. Kelly.

R. Kelly and Adekunle Gold

One of Nigeria’s famous singers, Adekunle Gold stunned fans with his reaction when he was compared to R. Kelly on Twitter.The singer apparently did not appreciate being likened to the disgraced singer and he responded when a follower told him he looks like the American.

“Our own R. Kelly. U Sha look like him maybe cos of ur hair do sha,” a Twitter user told the Nigerian singer.

And Adekunle replied: “God forbid.”

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Teni Says She’s Pregnant For Wizkid After Listening To ‘Joro’

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The Best Relationship Advice for Women

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To help out all the ladies out there, here’s a roundup of the top 10 pieces of relationship advice for women, that every woman should pay attention to:

1. Speak up early.Women in relationships sometimes have a tendency to hesitate when it comes to saying something is bugging them. As a result they can hold anger in and then let it all out at once… like a ticking time bomb.

“Rather than confront in small amounts, many women gather issues over weeks or months or even years and then completely overwhelm their partners with an attack,” says Rachel Lamson, a premarital counselor. “Instead, choose your battles, focus on one issue at a time, and don’t let it fester.”

2. Learn to let things go.Another common tendency for women is to hold a grudge about something, instead of confronting the fact that it still bugs them or the argument doesn’t feel like it’s been addressed enough.

“Instead of holding a grudge, try to stay focused on the problem until you truly feel it has been solved so you can completely let it go and not bring it up again,” says Lamson.

Holding onto grudges can have serious consequences on a relationship, so it’s always best to discuss what’s bothering you with your partner or a therapist.

3. Take care of yourself.A big part of having a happy and successful relationship is feeling good about yourself.  Taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and spiritually will help you be all you can be for your partner.  Make sure you’re taking time to work out, eat right, meditate, or do what you need to feel healthy and fulfilled.

4. Support your partner’s hobbies.If a woman isn’t supportive of their partner’s hobbies it can leave the partner feeling guilty, angry, and may even lead them to lie to their partner.

“Whether it’s racing, golf, video games, etc, if you’re unsupportive it belittles your partner and minimizes something important in their life,” Lamson says. “Instead make a genuine effort to understand and be a part of it. Or, at the very least, stop making them feel guilty for partaking in it.”

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