Popular Nigerian dancer, Korra Obidi has called out her estranged husband, Justin Dean for allegedly stealing her $5000.
The money, according to Korra was mistakenly sent to their joint account after which Justin reportedly withdrew it.
The displeased dancer gave her estranged husband 24 hours to respond.
She laments: “Mistakenly, I sent money to my joint account with Justin Dean. I transferred $5000 there, he emptied the account and has downright stolen from me.
“We’re separated and he has stolen from me and my girls. This is daylight robbery. I’ve messaged him to return this money he stole and he gave some excuses, trying to accuse me of stealing his gold.
“I don’t know what’s he’s talking about but he just stole $5000 from I and my girls, we have lawyers fees to pay, rent at this point, but he wants us to be homeless.
“He’s stealing from me at this point and he’s not giving me money for food for the girls, I’m taking care of these girls by myself and he’s still stealing from us.
“I don’t want to be victimized and be treated like a horse that is working for a slave master, I’m just trying to build a home for my girls. I don’t want to be victimized because this money was made from my businesses and promotions.
“Last warning, silence was golden, now it is over. You have 24hrs to respond”
Few weeks ago, Justin Dean filed divorce accusing Korra Obidi of being narcissistic, cheating and lacks accountability.
Nollywood actress, Queen Nwоkоye clears air on having affair with Apostle Suleman
Nоllywооd асtress, Queen Nwоkоye, hаs reасted tо аllegаtiоns thаt she hаd аn аffаir with Apostle Johnson Suleman, Senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries.
Reроrts сirсulаting оnline named а number оf Nоllywооd actresses and alleged they were all side-сhiсks tо Suleman аt sоme роint.
Nоllywооd асtress turned nurse, Geоrginа Оnuоhа, whо wаs nаmed, had resроnded, condemning the reроrt via her Instagram account.
Reacting to the report, Nwоkоye, in а videо shared on her Instаgrаm page on Tuesday, dismissed the report, insisting that nothing will make her deny knowing Suleman.
She admitted that she hаd mаde mistаkes in the раst, but оne thing she will never dо is sleeр with а mаn оf Gоd.
Nwokoye wrоte: “It is a Nigerian thing to always assume that once you know someone, you are sleeping with the person but that one concern una.
“I have met a lot of people, I will still meet more and I do not owe anyone any apologies for people I have met and associated with.
“Pastor Suleman is a good man. Nothing will make me deny knowing him. You choose the kind of relationship you want to have with someone and all friendships mustn’t end in bed. So if you have a problem with him, settle it with him. Don’t recruit innocent people into your mess. I will never allow myself to be used to make Pastor Suleman look bad Perioddddd.”
Tiwa Savage, others bag Women4Africa’ Award in London
Nigerian music star, Tiwa Savage, alongside other female professionals from different walks of life, bagged awards at the just concluded 8th edition of the ‘Women4Africa’ Awards which held over the weekend.
Women4Africa is an annual awards night that celebrates ordinary African women doing extraordinary things.
Held in the heart of the City of London at the Prestigious Leonardo Hotel, St Pauls, London the event had Yvonne Jegede alongside Dr Shola Mos Shogbamimu in attendance.
Over 18 women ranging from arts, technology and healthcare sectors were awarded and celebrated for their relentless efforts to continually keep African flags flying.
Though absent at the award night Tiwa Savage, who bagged a special recognition award, commended Women4Africa organisers in a thank you video. She also dedicated the award to women who are pulling their weights in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
Other finalists and winners at the event include; Honey Ajuwon, Lara Oyesanya, Theresa Owusu Partner, Adeola Onasanya, Feyisola Adeyemi and Juliana Olayinka of Channels TV.
Also, Professor Carol Makaka won the Humanitarian award and Dr Gillian Lakaereber won the woman in Pharmacy award.
In a brief remark, the founders of Women4Africa, Sam and Tola Onigbanjo, told newsmen that it is important to celebrate and write our own narrative for the world to see. “We will keep on celebrating our own and telling Africa and its amazing women stories to the world”.
Some previous recipients of Women4Africa include; Mrs Aisha Buhari, Mrs Oluwatoyin Sanni, Ambassador Nimi Akinkugbe, Dr Joe Okei Odumakin, Senator Daisy Danjuma, Honorable Abike Dabiri- Erewa, among others
Burna Boy performs ‘Last Last’ for first time at Billboard Music Awards
Globally-recognised Nigerian singer, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, performed his latest song, Last Last, for the first time at the Billboard Music Awards.
It was another first for the Ye crooner as he also made his debut BBMAs performance.
Last Last, which was released on Friday, was Burna Boy’s first single off his next album, Love Damini.
In a video shared on Billboard’s official page before the performance, Burna Boy talked about making his debut at the prestigious awards ceremony which held at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
He said, “I’m gonna be turned up. I’m gonna be lit. I know that but I don’t know how it’s gonna turn out because it’s my first Billboard performance. ”
Burna Boy talked about love and heartbreak in ‘Last Last’, and will release Love, Damini in July, his birth month.