BBNaija 2020: ‘Ozo is mumu’ – Zlatan Ibile hits ex-housemate over Nengi

Nigerian music star, Zlatan Ibile, has attacked most recently evicted Big Brother Naija Lockdown housemate, Ozo.

Zlatan said that Ozo is foolish for totally diverting his attention from the N85 million grand prize because of a woman.

Ozo, who was evicted from the Big Brother Naija Lockdown house last Sunday, spent most of his time in the reality TV show chasing the Bayelsa-born fair-skinned housemate, Nengi.

While his attitude angered many, others applauded him for being real, but Zlatan believes he was actually foolish.

“Ozo is ‘mumu’ [foolish], he followed woman and forgot N85 million Naira,” Zlatan rapped in a new song.

Recall that during the Big Brother Naija season 4, Zlatan had a line in his song where he described a female housemate as being a dirty girl and later apologised for the comment after a series of backlash on social media.


“My wife is my baby, 10 of you can’t come close to her” – Reno Omokri

Nigerian author and lawyer, Reno Omokri has fired shots at a certain lady who tried to get familiar with him on social media.

Reno Omokri had shared a photo on his Instagram page, and the lady took to the comment section to appeal to him to check his DM, in a seductive manner.

“Baby check your DM”, the lady wrote with love love emojis.

Reno Omokri, who felt irritated by the “baby” tag, didn’t fail to put the lady in her place. He referred to his wife as the only “baby” in his life, while noting that she can’t compare to his wife, beauty wise.

I Once Worked As A Plumber 30 Years Ago – Sanwo-Olu

Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Wednesday revealed he worked as a plumber about 30 years ago.
Mr Sanwo-Olu revealed this while speaking with 6,252 graduands of the 18 skill acquisition centres in the state.

According to the governor, youths and women should engage in vocational skills and become employers of labour instead of searching endlessly for jobs.

He assured them of his support, advising that they continue to improve their skills and grow their businesses.

We reports that the students were trained in 15 different skills including hairdressing and cosmetology, catering and hotel management, computer training, barbing, textile design, hat making and bead stringing, shoe making/leather works, fashion design and dress making.

Commissioner for Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation Cecilia Dada said the graduands would receive the Lagos State Technical and Vocational Education Board certificates which could grant them transition into any of the state technical colleges for further training.