Friday, October 19, 2012
Teased by her family and friends about her flat "pancake" booty, Apryl Michelle Brown had always been insecure about her backside.
Once she got enough money, she told herself, she'd buy herself a better one. "I didn't know if I wanted to look like Janet Jackson or J. Lo," the Los Angeles cosmetologist, 46, says in an exclusive interview featured in the November issue of ESSENCE Magazine. "I just wanted a new, bigger booty."
Tragically, her quest for curves cost her all her limbs and almost her life.
In 2004, Brown says she paid a "pumper," an unlicensed person, to inject industrial-grade silicone into her buttocks.
|His Excellency Terence McCulley|
Contrary to speculations that veteran actor, Enebeli Elebuwa’s health may have worsened due to the silence from his end, the actor has said that he is well.
“I’m getting better,” he said.
Enebeli spoke from his hospital bed in India where he is currently receiving treatment for his ailment. The actor’s career has been on hold since he went down with stroke last year. He was at a point taken to his home town, Utagba Uno in Delta State.
Fenerbahce central defender Joseph Yobo is furious with reports in the local media that he has a night club.
And in response to those allegations, the Nigeria skipper was quoted as saying by htspor.com: “In Nigeria, some newspapers wrote that I am operating a night club. Years ago, my brother had such a club, but it is now closed. I’m a football player. I’m not a bartender or the publican who runs a nightclub.”
The Senate on Thursday,urged President Goodluck Jonathan to as a matter of urgency sack the Director-General, Security and Exchange Commission, SEC, Ms. Aruma Oteh.
According to the Senate, it will henceforth not have anything to do with the Commission if she(Ms. Aruma Oteh) remains as the head of SEC, just as it vowed that it threatened not to screen members of board of the Commission.
In a statement by the Chairman, Senate Committee on Capital Market, Senator Ayoade Ademola Adeseun, ACN, Oyo Central, the move by the Upper Chambers became imperative against the backdrop of the presidency reinstating the Director-General, describing it as a flagrant disregard of the resolution of the House of Representatives, after the House had earlier asked the President to sack her.
Nobel laureate, Professor Wale Soyinka has described the brutal murder of four students of the University of Port Harcourt as the height of man inhumanity to man.
Soyinka who spoke, Thursday, in Port Harcourt at the public presentation of Port Harcourt as UNESCO World Book capital for 2014 said it was so painful watching the video clips of how the students were butchered to death.
Another worrisome thing according to him, was that the killing took place before silent spectators and passive participants in the community.
A 25-year-old unemployed man on Thursday appeared before Ojo Magistrates’ Court, Lagos, charged with the theft of a King James Version of the Bible valued at N1,000.
The accused, Ade Akindele, initially entered a “guilty” plea when the charge was read to him, but later changed to “not guilty.”
The prosecutor, ASP Friday Eze, said that the accused had no fixed residence but was staying at the mechanic garage on Aka Road, off Salami Street, Afromedia, Lagos.