Sunmbo Adeoye celebrates her first son with Tuface, Nino Idibia, as he turns 14

Singer Tuface Idibia’s first son, Nino Idibia turned 14 today January 15, and his mother Sunmbo Adeoye took to Instagram to celebrate him.

She shared a photo she took with the birthday boy and another of his football-themed cake and wrote:

Love my teenage son. God has blessed me with an amazing one.
Self driven, high performing in sports and academics and with such a matured mind.
Learning to parent with you and understanding the uniqueness of the various stages as you grow in age is just mind blowing.
I love that each growing stage creates such a unique atmosphere for our mum and son bond.

Either I’m being your mom- manager, mom-driver, mom-teacher or mom-barber, I’m just honored that you choose to trust me with your deepest thoughts and visions.

I Love you so much my Fabulous baby Nino, and can’t stop reminiscing on how expressive, loving and curious you were as a baby. I’m sure now as a teen, you will keep growing in wisdom and in stature as i view your future through the lens of Faith.
May the Lord bless and keep you, may He cause His face to Shine on you and give you peace all the days of your life.
Please join me as I wish my first born a HAPPY 14th BIRTHDAY

Dancer, James Brown debunks earlier claim of being positive with the HIV virus

Dancer, James Brown debunks earlier claim of being positive with the HIV virus by atoluwash(m) : 9:15 am On Jan 14

Nigerian dancer, James Brown of ‘They Didn’t Caught Me’ fame has debunked his earlier claim of being HIV positive.

Recall that the dancer went public with claim of being positive with the virus after being arrested alongside 46 other men accused of being homosexuals in Lagos.

In an Instastory post James Brown shared, he insinuated he made claims of being HIV positive to evade being arrested. He also revealed that he is now being haunted by it.

James Brown wrote;

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Kings who indulge in clubbing, drinking do not deserve respect – Alaafin

Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, the Alaafin of Oyo, has said that Yoruba Kings and chiefs who indulge in clubbing, smoking, drinking and other vices, do not serve the respect from anyone.

The monarch said this at the installation of Fuji maestro, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall KWAM 1, as the Mayegun of Yorubaland on Monday January 13th. While reacting to speculations on social media that he has given KWAM 1 a strong warning not to prostrate before any monarch after his installation, the 81-year-old monarch said what he meant was that the musician after his installation should not accord respect to just any king as any monarch who goes about clubbing, smoking does not deserve respect.

In his words,

“I did not mean that he should disrespect the royal fathers. He understands the culture and I am not saying that he should disrespect the culture. But kings who go about clubbing and drinking do not deserve any respect. Accord deserving honour and respect to kings; they are custodians of culture. But there are kings that are not worthy of honour and respect.”