Friday, 6 April 2012


There may be days when you get up in the morning and things aren’t the way you had hoped they would be.

That’s when you have to tell yourself that things will get better. There are times when people disappoint you and let you down.

But those are the times when you must remind yourself to trust your own judgments and opinions, to keep your life focused on believing in yourself.

Love NWANTITI..........

If u say no be u sabi.......

PRINCE EKE (Muma Gee's Husband) DON HAMMER

On Tuesday, Nollywood actor Prince Eke hit a jackpot as he signed a highly lucrative deal with a Hollywood film Institute, Sacinda Arclight picture, Nollywoodgossip is exclusively reporting.

This great news came on the heel of our publication: Nollywood actor Prince Eke: Too much money.

We learned that Prince Eke will soon be starring in an action thriller which will be shot both in South Africa and America.

We were informed that a six months shooting will commence in November with producer, Jason Cole.


All is not well in the home front of Nigeria’s former national team football captain, Austin Jay Jay Okocha, onyidiva can authoritatively reveal.

 News reaching us  in confidence that the gifted master dribbler is not enjoying his marriage of over ten years at the moment, all because of allegations of infidelity flying between him and his beautiful wife, Nkechi.

We learnt that while Okocha was plying his trade overseas, Nkechi who kept the home front in Nigeria was hobnobbing with different kinds of men. She allegedly partied a lot, goes clubbing and used to gulp different types of drinks.

Because of her smashing beauty, many Lagos big boys began to court her, knowing that money was never her problem, because her hubby, Okocha was one of the highest paid Nigerian footballers abroad.


Nduka Morrison Ozokwo — the third son of Nollywood icon, Patience Ozokwo — will be getting married, te handsome footballer will be walking down the altar with his beautiful heartthrob Chidera Mary Ozoanni.

The traditional marriage will take place on the 25th of May 2012 at the Ozoannis’ compound in Ngwo and the white wedding will follow up immediately on the 26th of May 2012.

Meanwhile, join us in wishing the young couple the best.


MJ in another Uniform!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Lol

Wednesday, 4 April 2012


Many have reacted to an alleged interview published by a top national newspaper over the weekend on Tonto Dikeh's outburst on Genevieve Nnaji.

Excerpt from the interview reads, "If I keep waiting for an Igbo man, I will just end up like Genevieve Nnaji who is eternally single."

The above statement, purportedly said by the controversial actress has received hot reaction based on her attack on the queen of Nollywood, Genevieve.

In a reaction to the alleged interview, which has spread like harmmatan fire, Tonto reacted this way, "I have never and will never say anything against Genevieve. I will not even interfere in her personal issues. I did not grant such interview."

So, I don't know where that purported interview came from or when such was granted."

The question now is, who is behind this alleged interview? Was the interview just an April Fool crank?

Monday, 2 April 2012


                                                    Before the accident
 After the accident

By Elizabeth Oke

Prior to the accident, I was a happy teenager who had dare-I-say everything I needed. I had my parents’ love and was studying to be a nurse. I remember some called me happy, bubbly, cheesy, cute, nice, smart, conversationalist and so on.

I was that girl on Hi5 (the pre-facebook social networking website) who had the uncountable number of friends, and changed her profile picture just about every week. I loved getting dolled up, looking my best, taking pictures and knew how to have fun.

Before the accident

The Accident

On Sunday, March 23rd 2008, after spring break, I packed my things, and went to the living room to bid my parents farewell before going back to school. Before I got into the car, I got quite indecisive and even asked my parents if they thought it was a good idea to drive. After some time had passed, I decided to call a friend, who was also going to school, so we could drive in a convoy. We planned to meet each other at a gas station, to embark on our three and a half to four hour journey from Texas to Oklahoma. When I got there, I still felt uneasy and even contemplated leaving my car at the gas station for my dad to pick up. But when I thought about having to keep asking people for rides at school, I decided to get over “this back-and-forth” crap, and get in my car already.