Celebs Who’ve Actually Killed People

#1 Brandy Norwood

In 2006, the singer/actress was involved in a major highway pile-up that resulted in her killing Awatef Aboudihaj. Brandy was never convicted, but she says the accident still haunts her

#2 Christopher Walken


Robert Wagner’s wife, Natalie Wood, fell overboard a boat and died in 1981. This happened when a fight broke out between Walken and Wagner about whether Walken wanted to sleep with his wife.

#3 Ray Lewis

In 2000, a hectic fight broke out after a Super Bowl party in Atlanta involving Lewis, his two companions,and a group of other people. This brawl resulted in the deaths of Richard Lollar and Jacinth B

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[Music]Amarachi + Straff

Great Kpake Junior popularly known as “GKJ” is a young prolific artist with a great unique style.

GKJ (Dan Araku 1)is a Lagos/based Artist who started makings hit wayback. He invaded the industry with his singles “Underate” and “Malo chikz” which both received massive airplay,topped charts and thousands of download.

GKj the Abuja no 1 rated Artist has just finished his African tour Tagged “G.A.T” (GKJ Africa Tour)which covered Nigeria,Ghana and Cote’ivoire.

He has worked with likes of Money Wizard,Picfit,TM9ja,KQ,D’Ace,INDOMIX,Gospelondbeat,stereoch.His performance in the just concluded tour was awesome,he braced the stage alongside R2bees,Tic tac and Diamond.


Here comes 2 hot newly released singles
“Amarachi” and “Straff”(Save The Real Affection Forever) both songs produced by D’Ace Beatz Mixed n Mastered by INDOmix.

From the stables of Dan Araku Ent.
Download and Enjoy

AMARACHI

http://bozza.mobi/GKJ/music/Amarhachi

STRAFF

http://t.co/EXBSmg7IqS

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Mercy Johnson speaks on why she loves Genevieve Nnaji

Mercy Johnson has spoken once again of her love for actress Genevieve Nnaji, who she says is her role model. Speaking with City People magazine, Mercy Johnson said she adores Genevieve and doesn’t know what she can do that will be better than what Genevieve has done in the movie industry

“I think I have one of the best role models ever. I like Genevieve like crazy. I started watching her movies from the onset but I didn’t want to be Genevieve, I wanted to be Mercy with the motivation that a Genevieve could give me. So I watched lots of movies. I don’t play with her movies. I don’t know what I can do that will be better than what she has done. But I just try to improve on it, try to do it the way she will do it and perhaps even better to my own level. I practice like all the time. It is like a passion. It is just where I want to be. I am alive and I am in my space. It was paramount to perfect that space. I need everything. I watch everything. Nothing passes me by. I watch newscasters reading there news and after they are done, I sit down the way they do and read the news like that. So it is practice and Passion.” she said.

Mercy went further to say that her love for Genevieve has never been hypocritical.

“It was never a hypocritical kind of love or likeness. It was plain. I didn’t even ever think I will become close to her. It is like I can meet her anytime I want to”.

On how she felt when she first met Genevieve Nnaji;

“Ahh! The first time I met her, my friend took me there. When we got to where she was, I became nervous. I told my friend “no, let me hide in your boot”. And I did. I got into her boot. Can you imagine I came to see her and when I got there, I wanted to run back. I jumped into my friend’s boot. So when she came out of the hotel, I could not see her, I could only hear her voice. The 2nd time I saw her was on set. When she came down and I met her, she said”

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Solid Star Gives me Goose Pimples’ – Tiwa Savage

Earlier today, pop queen Tiwa Savage was in the studio to record a song titled ‘Baby Jollof‘ with Solid Star. Confessing her admiration for the super talented singer, Tiwa took to her instagram page to share a video of the recording session where she gushed about how talented solid star is and how working with him gave her goose pimples.

See post below.

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    What is O! Page

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[Nawa Oo]:Stupid Talk +18

Nawao see what a Silly Guy updated on his facebook.
Blunder sef yapa

but why is it that upon all the effort a man will try to make during fucking to make a woman feel satisfied @ her pussy still she will be saying to the man to fuck hard and the same person that is saying this is already screaming and panting maybe (due to pain) but if the man wants to commot his prick from the vagina sheh will grab it and even beg him to fuck! HARDER SEF! not just fucking! we only sweat and have waist pain after fucking una pussy!:'( the worst part of it is that upon all our effort to fuck the pussy well to satisfy you ladies , UNA go dey tell us to fuck harder as if we never do una anything be4 sef! una think say it is easy for we men? it needs energy too

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[Video]: Wande Coal – Baby Hello (Strr. Yemi Alade) | DOWNLOAD

[Video]: Wande Coal – Baby Hello (Strr. Yemi Alade) | DOWNLOAD

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Black Diamond Entertainment’s Wande Coal recruits the services of astute video director, Sesan for the visuals to his long time hit, “Baby Hello”. Worthy of a Sesan directed masterpiece, the video is characterized by wonderful colour combinations and amazing dance steps you’d love to see. Last but definitely not the least, Wande also gets the sultry and sassy Yemi Alade to add her own magic to this lovely video. Check it out!!

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10 Facts about life

Facts about life . . .

1.The whitest man on earth still have a black
shadow

2.No mechanic can repair breaking news

3.No matter how tall you are,you can never see
tommorow

4.Even if you have millions of cars,you still
have to
walk to your bedroom

5.You,being the best swimmer doesn’t make you a
fish

6.The strongest man on earth can never carry a
Mansion

7.The smartest Assasin on earth can never
kill
Water

8.No matter how smart a police is,he can never
catch the air

9.No matter how mighty a man is,he can never be
wise as King Solomon

10.Going to Church or Mosque
doesn’t makes you a
good Christian or Muslim

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    In this circle the page can be renewed as agreed due to some conviniences on both parties.

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    *Skillz
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AMARACHI-GKJ

Get ready
Its time for the song/hit banger
You have been waiting for
Amarachi by GKJ
Produced by D’Ace
Mixed n Mastered by
INDOMIX

ANTICIPATE!!!

ANTICIPATE!!!

ANTICIPATE!!!

EBOLA VIRUS[Deadly Virus]

Ebola virus: A notoriously deadly virus that causes fearsome symptoms, the most prominent being high fever and massive internal bleeding. Ebola virus kills as many as 90% of the people it infects. It is one of the viruses that is capable of causing hemorrhagic (bloody) fever.

Epidemics of Ebola virus have occurred mainly in African countries including Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo), Gabon, Uganda, the Ivory Coast, and Sudan. Ebola virus is a hazard to laboratory workers and, for that matter, anyone who is exposed to it.Infection with Ebola virus in humans is incidental — humans do not “carry” the virus. The way in which the virus first appears in a human at the start of an outbreak has not been determined. However, it has been hypothesized that the first patient (the index case) becomes infected through contact with an infected animal.Ebola virus is transmitted by contact with blood, feces or body fluids from an infected person or by direct contact with the virus, as in a laboratory. People can be exposed to Ebola virus from direct contact with the blood or secretions of an infected person. This is why the virus has often been spread through the families and friends of infected persons: in the course of feeding, holding, or otherwise caring for them, family members and friends would come into close contact with such secretions. People can also be exposed to Ebola virus through contact with objects, such as needles, that have been contaminated with infected secretions.

The incubation period –the period between contact with the virus and the appearance of symptoms — ranges from 2 to 21 days.

The initial symptoms are usually high fever, headache, muscle aches, stomach pain, and diarrhea. There may also be sore throat, hiccups, and red and itchy eyes. The symptoms that tend to follow include vomiting and rash and bleeding problems with bloody nose (epistaxis), spitting up blood from the lungs (hemoptysis) and vomiting it up from the stomach (hemateme(hematemesis), and bloody eyes (conjunctival hemorrhages). Then finally come chest pain, shock, and death.Page 5 of 7
A protein on the surface of the virus has been discovered that is responsible for the severe internal bleeding (the death-dealing feature of the disease). The protein attacks and destroys the endothelial cells lining blood vessels, causing the vessels to leak and bleed.

There is no specific treatment for the disease. Currently, patients receive supportive therapy. This consists of balancing the patient’s fluids and electrolytes, maintaining their oxygen level and blood pressure, and treating them for any complicating infections. Death can occur within 10 days of the onset of symptoms.The prevention of the spread of Ebola fever involves practical viral hemorrhagic fever isolation precautions, or barrier nursing techniques. These techniques include the wearing of protective clothing, such as masks, gloves, gowns, and goggles; the use of infection-control measures, including complete equipment sterilization; and the isolation of Ebola fever patients from contact with unprotected persons. The aim of all of these techniques is to avoid any person’s contact with the blood or secretions of any patient. If a patient with Ebola fever dies, it is equally important that direct contact with the body of the deceased patient be prevented.Bioterrorism — There has been concern about Ebola virus as a possible weapon for bioterrorism. However, the General Accounting Office, the investigative arm of the US Congress, in a 1999 report considered Ebola virus to be an “unlikely” biologic threat for terrorism, because the virus is very difficult to obtain and process, unsafe to handle, and relatively unstable.

[Music]IF I RICH

ANTICIPATION has been on for some time now which everyone has been waiting for the song to drop,here comes the Date.

This Rap song was done in Honor of Dagrin’s “If I Die”,the last song he recorded before he passed away! so painful….but its the other way round
If I Rich,is a song that talks about the husslers & encourages the Street.
Life is all about Ups & Downs but believe in Yourself & what you do,1 day will come your PAYDAY

The instrumental of “If I Die”-Dagrin wasn’t released but the instrumental of “If I Rich” was produced by D’Ace Beatz
@d_acenamie @oyahoyar
WiZZY J-If I Rich

ANTICIPATE

Davido sells ice cream, Burna Boy cuts grass in King Special’s new music vide

King Special bursts into the music scene with a one of a kind video for his song titled ‘Money’ with cameos from Burna Boy who is seen cutting grass, Patoranking selling groundnuts, Davido selling Ice Cream, Ice Prince washing a car, and Phyno selling parcel. The video shows love & gives respect to the fallen soldiers of the Nigerian entertainment industry. Y’all need to watch to see your favourite stars like you’ve never seen them before. Continue to see the video…

FOREIGN:[SuperTrailer] A First Look At VH1′s Atlanta Exes

It’s about to get real in the ATL! Last year it was leaked that VH1 was planning on doing an “Atlanta Exes” spinoff of their “Hollywood Exes” series, and we finally have a sneak peek of the brand new show and all the drama.

The show will follow Ne-Yo’s ex-fiancée Monyetta Shaw, Cee Lo’s ex-wife Christina Johnson, Ray Buchanan’s ex-wife Sheree Buchanan, and Kevin Hart’s ex-wife Torrei Hart.   It will also feature Usher’s ex-wife Tameka Raymond and show her struggle of not only losing her husband and having to move out of their home, but also how she’s coping with the death of her son after an unfortunate water accident.

The show follows the women as they try to co-parent with their famous exes, plus dealing with their former loves moving on to new relationships.

It looks as though all the Atlanta tea is about to be spilled!

Watch the trailer below:

The season premieres August 18, 2014 on VH1.

Will you be watching?

Music:Wizzy j

Wasiu idowu, alias jogun omi Popularly know as Wizzy J,is a young and good rapper with a strong believe in Rap(Music).Haven done songs like Street Life,Rap Advance and Hussler.This is a indigineous talented dude that’s from the street who believe to be signed someday.working on one of his Video to be dropped soon,
Here comes the link to some of his songs
http://www.bozza.mobi/wizzyj

ANTICIPATE
ANTICIPATE
If I Rich by Wizzy J

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Former Destiny’s Child Member Farrah Franklin Arrested After NFL Players Called The Cops

What ever happened to Farrah Franklin??
Back in 2000, she was living the dream as part of Destiny’s Child, but after five months, she was ousted from the group and never really heard from again. Well…until now.

This past weekend, she was arrested in South Carolina for disorderly conduct, and the story is a little bizarre.

According to the police report, NFL player Da’Quan Bowers flew Farrah to Myrtle Beach where he was vacationing with a friend –NFL player Ricky Sapp. When the trio returned from partying on Saturday night, it was apparent that Farrah was wasted, and she went nuts.

Sapp and Bowers both told police they thought Franklin had been doing drugs. Bowers told police he was suspicious of Franklin because she would go to the bathroom for extended periods of time.

Bowers and Sapp say they called cops after Franklin went nuts, screaming and slamming doors. They told police Franklin fled. Cops combed the neighborhood and eventually found Franklin laying down in a neighbor’s lawn.

Police described Franklin as “highly intoxicated” and “unsteady on her feet,” but she denied using drugs. She told police she had nowhere to go and planned on sleeping in the woods.

She was arrested for disorderly conduct.

After Farrah was eventually released on $280 bail, she made her way back home to Cali. She also posted a photo on Instagram that read:

“May the Lord turn all your sour moments into sweet lemonade.

When she realized that news of her arrest went viral she posted a graphic that said:

To be great, you have to be willing to be mocked, hated, and misunderstood. Stay strong.

She also captioned it:

That part! I’m good just hate the dumb media sometimes, but hey this is the job I signed up for. So I respect it #TurnDownForWhat #TeamFARRAH #GodsChild #Instagram

This isn’t the first time Farrah had a little run-in with the law. Back in 2011, she was arrested for disorderly conduct, but later claimed she was the victim of racial profiling.

The guys haven’t said much about the incident except for a tweet from Da’Quan that read, “What a crazy night!,” however they did post a photo of themselves on the beach, sans Farrah

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[Precious Photo Of The Day] Diddy Teaches His Daughter How To Ride A Bike

There is nothing more adorable than seeing a dad spending quality time with his daughters.

Over the years, we’ve seen Diddy spending his time going from the boardroom to turning up at some of the hottest parties across the world, but after his three daughters were born, he moved to LA, and his Bad Boy lifestyle came to a screeching halt.

Now, when he’s not making power moves at Revolt TV, Ciroc, Sean John and AquaHydrate, he’s at home experiencing the joys of fatherhood and creating amazing moments with his six kids.

This weekend, he shared a precious photo of himself teaching one of his twins how to ride a bike with the caption:

“THIS IS [WHAT] GOD PUT ME HERE FOR!!!!!!! #fact”

Last year, while sharing with Jimmy Kimmel his experience attending his first daddy/daughter dance, Diddy revealed that he was so overwhelmed he almost cried, and that his girls really changed his life.

It’s been a part of my evolution, my teary-eyed moments. I’m like, I can’t start crying at the dance, I don’t want to embarrass my daughters. I’m going through something right now that no money, no success and no accolades that I’ve gotten can ever measure up to being able to enjoy the beauty of my kids, especially my daughters.

I work very hard for my kids to enjoy a great life and I make no apologies for being able to provide them with experiences that I’ve worked hard to experience. For me, I’ve just started to grow up and it’s been a little late. When you grow up in entertainment and you’re not working on or not really following any rules, once you have kids, [that changes.] I think for me, it was having girls because the boys could fall down the stairs and everything is going to be alright but the girls, it’s like a whole different line of questioning and focus. It really just makes you face reality. It’s just been great for me.

Beautiful

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Music:D’Ace- Pop + Roll Am

D’Ace under MusicnMe Entr is an afro-pop superstar and here comes d studio leak of his Official single “Pop”.

“Pop” is a Mad classic tune; an infectious melody, a very catchy chorus and rhythm that will get you moving. It is sure that D’Ace who broke boundaries with his song “Roll Am”into every disc jockey’s playlist is set to drop another mad dancehall very soon

but for now listen, download, share and enjoy!

http://bozza.mobi/DAce

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“I kept my wife’s corpse in a room for 3months hoping she’d wake up – Christy Essien Igbokwe’s husband

The husband of late iconic singer, Christy Essien Igbokwe, who put Nigeria on the world music map with her song, Seun Rere, Edwin Igbokwe, has opened up on his grief and denial following her death on June 30th 2011, saying he left her corpse in a room in their home for 3 months hoping she would wake up.

Below is what he told Saturday Punch
That morning of her death, pastors and other prayer warriors ended morning prayer in her room; she whispered amen, and then slept off. It was exactly 9a.m. I felt dazed, shocked and awed when I was told I lost my ‘everything,’ my companion and the love of my life. Jebose, I caved into denial zone. We immediately moved her body to a room in our home, unknown to many. My late wife warned that her body must not be deposited in the mortuary. I had to respect her wishes. So we decorated a room in our house and laid her down.

She was beautiful, peaceful in her sleep. The media and the enlarged burial committee members didn’t know where she was after her death. She lay in that room for almost three months. I was going crazy. I didn’t want to believe she would not wake up. She was smiling peacefully. I couldn’t believe it. I made sure I looked at her every day. I was confused, depressed, dejected and hopeless. The children began to monitor me. I was still in denial, hoping she was asleep… she would wake up. I kept reassuring myself. She never did.”

Thirty five years ago, I married my soul mate and lifetime partner. She was Nigeria’s lady of songs, the late Christy Essien Igbokwe. I was a 26-year-old executive at The Punch while she was a 19-year-old songstress and actress that mesmerised Nigeria’s entertainment and theatre scenes with her young, affable innocence. Through those years, we celebrated togetherness and profound love, a love I felt the first time I blessed my eyes on her; a love that grew stronger each sunrise, until 9a.m, June 30, 2011. With each day’s sunset, our love blossomed, like flowers bloomed in spring. We stayed as one through the challenges of life. There were years of aches and pains, tears of joy and electrifying laughter. We stayed together and survived the rough and tumbles of life. We shared everything until it was time for her to go. She lived half a century.

“As I walked down Jebose Boulevard, I tried to accept and appreciate all that life privileged after her eternal transition. It is over three years since Christy died. The denials, the depressions, forward from her death are paths to healing. I missed and mourned her tenderly. Time and support from friends and family were therapies to a second chance at life, living and loving. No one understands the discomfort and trauma of losing a dear family member such as your siblings, your parents or wife, a dearest lifetime partner; (the cherished one you swore before God and the people to love till death do us part), until it happened to them: We are never the same when we lose those that we loved and admired. A part of us leaves with them. Every one of us would come to that place in our lifetime; what matters is how we handled our different circumstances and who would be there to comfort us as we grieved. The mourning season may never end. I can imagine days of guilt, days of tear drops on the pillows and silent wails for losing my dearest wife. The pain is part of passionate memories, of a privileged, shared moment in our lives. These walks with you, Jebose, ignited emotional past pains of losing my late wife and a closure of tragic and traumatic chapters of my life.

Christy was special and spectacular. She was a prophet. She revealed when she would die to the children and by extension, to me: she revealed to us that she had only half a century in this ‘wicked world;’ she told me that when death came, it would be middle of the year. She shared with close friends and members of the family, her end time. I always dismissed her because I was not ready to lose her.
She told our children that she would live for 50 years and that any single day thereafter, they should be thanking God. She died June 30, 2011 at age 50.

During one of our affectionate conversations, she told me she would be sick for three days before her death. She said she would exit without burden to anyone or herself. I didn’t believe, until it happened: four days before her death, she complained of stomach ache. We went to the hospital for scanning and treatment: the hospital placed her on overnight admission and began treatment, but she wanted to go home. Her desire to go home was bolstered by hospital’s electric power interruption. The hospital’s generator was also broken down. She said rather weakly, that she wanted to go home since the hospital had no electricity. I honoured her request. We left the hospital for our home. Halfway into our street, the doctor called and informed me that the generator suddenly activated, surprisingly nothing was wrong with it, we could return to continue treatment; we were almost home, my wife said she didn’t want to go back to the hospital.

“The next day, the illness continued at home. She refused to go back to the hospital: the doctor came to the house and placed her on a drip. Even though she was weak, she was active and independent; she refused any assistance; not even a support on the staircase and into the car, as we set out for hospital again, having encouraged her to return to a different hospital for re-examination. I drove her into the waiting arms of doctors who further examined my late wife in a specialist hospital (Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja). She was placed on admission. She was seeing things and in her own world, as she lay ill, she was concerned about the staff and other patients in the hospital. She was kept overnight because of the diagnosis. The second night, she requested prayer warriors to begin intense prayers, not for her but for us, the living, and for her peaceful transition. She encouraged nurses in the hospital to pray: she would whisper prayer points and choruses. She muttered some messages to our God-son, George, who was with me in the hospital. We went into frenzy shouting for joy when she mentioned that ‘we were victorious and it was all over.’ By 5.30am June 30, 2011, we witnessed deteriorating changes in her health. I phoned Obi, our first son, and he quickly arrived at the hospital to assist. I dashed out to seek a transfer for her to another (the intensive care) room in the hospital. I left Obi and George with pastors and prayer warriors who arrived to pray with us. Something happened while I was gone. The mood changed when I returned. I smelt sadness from the travelling breeze within. The mood was solemn. I saw the sad faces of hospital staff and my son: I felt strange. Everyone from the doctors tried to find a way to tell me she had died… One of the midwives called me to the side and said I should brace up because my wife died few minutes then. That morning of her death, pastors and other prayer warriors ended morning prayer in her room; she whispered amen, and then slept off. It was exactly 9a.m. I felt dazed, shocked and awed when I was told I lost my ‘everything,’ my companion and the love of my life. Jebose, I caved into denial zone. We immediately moved her body to a room in our home, unknown to many. My late wife warned that her body must not be deposited in the mortuary. I had to respect her wishes. So we decorated a room in our house and laid her down.

She was beautiful, peaceful in her sleep. The media and the enlarged burial committee members didn’t know where she was after her death. She lay in that room for almost three months. I was going crazy. I didn’t want to believe she would not wake up. She was smiling peacefully. I couldn’t believe it. I made sure I looked at her every day. I was confused, depressed, dejected and hopeless. The children began to monitor me. I was still in denial, hoping she was asleep… she would wake up. I kept reassuring myself. She never did.

“I finally accepted her death when the pallbearers came into that room and placed her in a coffin for the Commendation Service at Arch Bishop Vining Memorial Cathedral, Ikeja on September 9, 2011 and from there later through the Muritala Mohammed Airport, Ikeja to Akanu Ibiam, Enugu airport en route Awka, Anambra State for funeral service and burial the next day. I knew then, that my best friend, my partner, my soul mate, the mother of my beautiful children, was truly gone.

“After the burial, I was alone and lonely, I felt guilty for her death. I never expected to bury my wife. I always prayed that when my time was up, she, our children and grandchildren would bury me. I began to question God in these transitional periods: I was near complete depression because life was no longer interesting to me: I was lonely and mourning my wife. I was empty. I told everyone that I would never remarry because no woman could replace my late wife. I was suicidal.

After her burial, the pain continued as life began to settle into normalcy, I began to see her in my dreams, encouraging me to live my life. She said she knew if I had the privilege of spending more time with her, I would have corrected certain things in our lives. She said I must move on with my life. Throughout our 32 years, we shared everything: we never separated from the same bedroom. The only time we separated was when we kept her body in a separate room while planning her funeral. Counselling from well-wishers helped me to begin to accept a life without her.

“Her appearances in my dreams encouraged me to move on. In one of such appearances, she told me: “I came and I have fulfilled my destiny on earth. I wished I stayed longer but that was my destiny and God’s words must surely come to pass in our lives. I am not coming again. I am happy where I am. It is well with all of you! Please I want to be remembered always in happiness. Stop getting worried any longer because you do most times. You cry often for missing me and wished that I lived so that you make some amends. It is too late now. You should move on. Your focus should be how to live long for our kids. Advise them properly and correct them positively whenever they go wrong, for their own good. Take good care of them and their offsprings as long as you witness and always bless and not curse any of them. (She smiled…..) I never cursed any of them. I only tried to make them look forward to being independent as my last days on earth approached. Because you need to live long for the kids, you can remarry instead of running into some temptations that are building up. Pray hard. God will show you the right person. The person should not be very young. She must be older than our first kid. She must be able to stand in for the sake of the kids but she must not participate directly as one of the owners in any of our already established companies unless with express permission of all the kids. She will obey you. I must be respected. You know other things that would make the relationship to be soothing to me in death and useful to you in life unless if you want to continue to deceive yourself. You must not allow her do anything you know would not be pleasing. You are an intelligent man, I did say this often and I leave you to your conscience (she smiled…) till we meet to part no more. My love to all still existing and I want all to know this.”

“If she didn’t appear to me in my dreams, I wouldn’t have remarried. I remarried after three years of her death. Time reversed everything. I didn’t want a situation where I would be bringing different women to our home: After the dreams, I began to consider marriage again. Being alone may not be the problem, the problem is the temptations that loneliness and being alone ferment. That would be very disrespectful to her memory and our children. I remarried, with her blessings. I am no longer mourning but her memories are indelible.”

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GKJ-Amarachi + Straff

Great Kpake Junior popularly known as “GKJ” is a young prolific artist with a great unique style.

GKJ (Dan Araku 1)is a Lagos/based Artist who started makings hit wayback. He invaded the industry with his singles “Underate” and “Malo chikz” which both received massive airplay,topped charts and thousands of download.

GKj the Abuja no 1 rated Artist has just finished his African tour Tagged “G.A.T” (GKJ Africa Tour)which covered Nigeria,Ghana and Cote’ivoire.

He has worked with likes of Money Wizard,Picfit,TM9ja,KQ,D’Ace,INDOMIX,Gospelondbeat,stereoch.His performance in the just concluded tour was awesome,he braced the stage alongside R2bees,Tic tac and Diamond.


Here comes 2 hot newly released singles
“Amarachi” and “Straff”(Save The Real Affection Forever) both songs produced by D’Ace Beatz Mixed n Mastered by INDOmix.

From the stables of Dan Araku Ent.
Download and Enjoy

AMARACHI

http://bozza.mobi/GKJ/music/Amarhachi

STRAFF

http://t.co/EXBSmg7IqS

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