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Laura Ikeji undergoes nose raise cosmetic surgery (Photos)

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Laura Ikeji undergoes nose raise cosmetic surgery (Photos)

 

Laura Ikeji has revealed that she finally had cosmetic surgery done on her nose, after been trolled and teased for having a broader nose for decades, aso Naija reports.

The businesswoman, rationed photos of her new nose while thanking her doctor for a job well done. She also disclosed that the procedure was not as uncomfortable as she understood.

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Finally… I present to u, Laura with a pointed nose. A dream come true. This time I threaded my nose for a more permanent result. Thanks @iamdrbea I won’t ever take this privilege for granted.

“Today I got threads on my nose, it wasn’t as difficult as I thought it will be, u guys know I’ve been open with y’all throughout my journey, how I started and how it’s going.

She added; “BUT guys from today I’ll be sharing very little information about myself on ig. I’ll move everything to YouTube as I feel a Lil safer there. Hopefully I can share more here but for now, nothing more”. She wrote

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Delta State High Court Rejects Davido’s Application for Stay of Proceedings in N2 Billion Lawsuit

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The application made by singer David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, for a stay of proceedings in the N2 billion lawsuit filed against him by Brownhill Investment Company Limited, owned by former NFF president Amaju Pinnick, has been rejected by a Delta State High Court in Effurun, Aso Naija Reports.

The lawsuit was filed by Amaju’s company after Davido failed to perform at the annual ‘Warri Again Concert’ for which he had been fully compensated.

The company is seeking N2 billion in general damages from Davido, as well as N150 million for legal and professional fees, and an additional N30 million for the cost of filing the suit.

During the recent hearing, Davido’s lawyer, Norrison Quakers, SAN, informed the court that there was a pending appeal and that the defendants had filed a motion for a stay of proceedings.

Quakers also stated that the defendants had received a copy of the claimant’s counter affidavit to the motion for stay.

However, Quakers requested to withdraw the motion, arguing that the Court of Appeal now had jurisdiction over the proceedings.

Amaju’s company’s counsel, Kelechi Onwuegbuchulem, did not oppose the withdrawal of the motion, and the court granted the request.

In a bench ruling, the court supported the claimant’s argument and held that the High Court would continue with the proceedings in the case until an order staying further proceedings was obtained from the Court of Appeal.

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Nobody Agreed To Carry Me When I Was Born Because Of My Face – Actor Uwaezuoke

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In a recent interview with Yankontentfactory, the actor Uwaezuoke delved into his early years, shedding light on the challenges he faced due to his physical appearance and stature, which often denied him fair treatment, Aso Naija Reports.

Uwaezuoke reflected on his father’s family, comprising a total of eleven children, where an unfortunate pattern emerged – every male child would pass away upon reaching the age of 25.

Recalling his birth, the actor vividly remembered the initial jubilation within the village community. However, their joy quickly transformed into repulsion as soon as they caught sight of his face, Aso Naija gathered.

He shared how his mother never received any gifts or tokens of celebration, and people would find excuses to avoid encountering or holding him.

Uwaezuoke further expressed the disappointment he experienced in his interactions with women, noting that their interest would wane upon noticing his physical features and height.

Nevertheless, he remained steadfast in his belief that no one, except God, surpasses him in worth and value.

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Popular Adult Film Actress, Kagney Linn Karter Ends It All

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Kagney Linn Karter, a well-known American actress in the adult film industry and former exotic dancer, has tragically passed away at the age of 36, Aso Naija Reports.

She was discovered deceased at her residence in Parma, Ohio, USA.

In memory of Kagney, her friends Rachel and Megan have organized a GoFundMe page to gather funds for her funeral expenses.

In their heartfelt message, they shared that over the years, Kagney battled mental health issues despite her numerous achievements and talents. Even during her darkest moments, she remained committed to her work, always eager to learn, contribute, and strive for personal growth.

Although she felt isolated within her own thoughts, she never failed to support her friends and the community that cared for her.

Kagney faced her internal struggles with the same determination and ambition that she exhibited in all aspects of her life, demonstrating remarkable strength throughout her journey.

Kagney Linn Karter embarked on her career in the early 2000s and received multiple nominations for her contributions, although she never secured a victory.

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Burna Boy’s Grammy Hopes Dashed as All Four Nominations Lead to Defeat

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Burna Boy’s Grammy Hopes Dashed as All Four Nominations Lead to Defeat

Despite being nominated in four categories, Burna Boy, whose real name is Damini Ogulu, did not secure any awards at the 66th Grammy Awards, Aso Naija Reports.

In the Global Music Performance category, Burna Boy’s song ‘Alone’ faced tough competition from Zakir Hussain, Bela Fleck, and Edgar Myer’s ‘Pashto,’ which emerged as the winner.

Similarly, in the Best African Music Performance category, Damini’s  ‘City Boys’ was surpassed by South African singer Tyla’s ‘Water.’

The Best Melodic Rap Performance category was claimed by American rappers Lil Durk and J Cole for their song ‘All My Life,’ outshining Damini and 21 Savage’s ‘Sittin’ On Top of the World.’

Burna Boy’s fourth nomination, Best Global Music Album, was also unsuccessful. His album ‘I Told Them’ was nominated in this category, but it was ultimately defeated by the World fusion band Shakti’s ‘This Moment.’

Watch his performance at the Grammy awards night HERE

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Davido Comes Up Empty in All Three Grammy Nominations

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Davido Comes Up Empty in All Three Grammy Nominations

Davido fell short in all three Grammy nominations he received at the 66th Grammy Awards, held on Sunday night, February 4th, Aso Naija Reports.

Despite being recognized for his achievements, Davido did not emerge victorious in any of the categories he was nominated for. His song ‘Feel’ was in contention for the Best Global Music Performance category, ‘Timeless’ was up for the Album of the Year category, and ‘Unavailable’ received a nomination for Best African Music Performance.

Regrettably, Davido did not secure a win in any of these categories.

Just before the commencement of the award ceremony, Davido expressed his excitement in an interview with Billboard’s Tetris Kelly at the Pre-Grammy show.

He mentioned that if he were to win the award for Best African Music Performance category, he would celebrate in an exuberant manner.

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