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Jay Paul, Jackie B evicted from BBNaija Shine Ya Eye

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Two housemates of Big Brother Naija Season 6, Shine Ya Eye, Paul Ephraim popularly known as Jay Paul and Jackie Brent (Jackie B) have been evicted from reality TV show.

They were both nominated for eviction along with five other housemates – Saga, Queen, Whitemoney, Liquorose and Saskay.

Jay Paul, 29-year-old musician from Cross River State, was the first to be evicted on Sunday having reportedly scored the least votes of the nominated housemates, according to the show host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.

Jackie B’s eviction was announced a few minutes later.

Jackie B from Adamawa State, an interior designer and event/wedding planner, is the third female housemate to enter the BBNaija house.

Eleven housemates are remaining in the BBNaija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ season to battle for the grand prize worth N90m.

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Bobrisky: Tonto Dikeh told me to insult Rosy Meurer

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Popular cross dresser, Idris Okuneye, also known as Bobrisky, has alleged that his former bestie, Tonto Dikeh, asked her to insult Rosy Meurer, the wife of Churchill.

According to him, he dragged the lady who did nothing to him because he was being loyal to his friend, Dikeh.

He also disclosed that when Dikeh was held in Dubai for three months he was there for her.

He said: “If you have a friend like me, your life is good.

“When they held your aunty that you guys are supporting in Dubai for three months, where were you guys?

“Do you know much of my money is in your aunty’s hand?”

Meanwhile, the cross-dresser Bobrisky has mocked Dikeh over her breakup scandal with her ex-boyfriend, Prince Kpokpogri.

The Eagle Online earlier reported that Kpokpogri filed a lawsuit against Tonto Dikeh, seeking N10 billion as compensation for the mental trauma, emotional stress and severe damage caused him due to an invitation by the Department of State Services.

Dikeh, who subsequently reacted to this, had said that her lawyers are not hiding and can easily be reached for any lawsuit.

Bobrisky, who seemingly waded into the debacle, wrote on Instagram: “If you no get data this September ehnnnn.

“I’m enjoying Aunty disgracing herself everywhere.

“I no well pls Rita buy me Panadol extra.”

The cross-dresser had earlier followed Kpokpogri on Instagram before the recent twist in their messy breakup

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Female celebrities in Nigeria more like advanced prostitutes — Charity Nnaji

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Nollywood actress Charity Nnaji has re-echoed her past claim about celebrity life in Nigeria.

The actress who revealed a while back that most Nollywood female celebrities are prostitutes has re-shared her claim.

In an Instastory post she shared, she alleged that being a female celebrity in Nigeria is more like advanced prostitution.

She wrote: “I have said it before and I will say it again, being a celebrity in Nigeria is more like advanced prostitution.”

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Tonto Dikeh’s estranged lover, Kpokpogri, drags DSS, actress to court

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Estranged lover of Tonto Dikeh, a controversial Nollywood actress, Prince Joseph Kpokpogri, has dragged the actress and the Department of State Services, DSS before a Federal High Court in Abuja, seeking the enforcement of his fundamental rights.

In the case dated 20th September, 2021 and filed today with Suit Number FHC/ABJ/CS/1092/2021, the Plaintiff prayed the court for a restraining order stopping the DSS from further inviting him.

Prince Kpokpogri also through his Lead Counsel Ovie Justice OJEFIA, Esq. is asking the court for an order directing the Respondents jointly and severally to pay him the sum of N10,000,000,000 (Ten Billion Naira) as compensation for the mental trauma, emotional stress and severe damage caused him due to the invitation extended to him.

Kpokpogri in the suit sought “A declaration that the invitation extended to the applicant through telephone call and a text message on Thursday, 16th September, 2021 by FCT Command of the Department of State Services (DSS) with office at No. 7, Gamal Abdel-Nasser Street, Off Julius Nyerere Crescent, Near Kapital Klub and Apartments, Asokoro, FCT-Abuja being under the supervision and control of the 1st Respondent in connection with an estranged romantic relationship between the Applicant and 2nd Respondent which the 1st Respondent knows is civil in nature contravenes Sections 34, 35 and 41 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended) and Articles 4, 5, 6 and 12 of the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act Cap A9, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004 which guarantee the Applicant’s fundamental rights to dignity of human person, personal liberty and freedom of movement and same is unwarranted, illegal, unconstitutional, null and void.

“An order perpetually restraining the 1st Respondent (Director-General of DSS) acting either by himself or through his agents, officers and representatives from further inviting, pestering, harassing and intimidating the Applicant by way of telephone calls, text messages or letters asking the Applicant to report at FCT Command of the Department of State Services (DSS) with office at No. 7, Gamal Abdel-Nasser Street, Off Julius Nyerere Crescent, Near Kapital Klub and Apartments, Asokoro, FCT-Abuja or any other location whether within or outside the Federal Capital Territory Abuja in connection with an estranged romantic relationship between the Applicant and 2nd Respondent which the 1st Respondent knows is civil in nature.

Kpokpogri in the suit sought “A declaration that the invitation extended to the applicant through telephone call and a text message on Thursday, 16th September, 2021 by FCT Command of the Department of State Services (DSS) with office at No. 7, Gamal Abdel-Nasser Street, Off Julius Nyerere Crescent, Near Kapital Klub and Apartments, Asokoro, FCT-Abuja being under the supervision and control of the 1st Respondent in connection with an estranged romantic relationship between the Applicant and 2nd Respondent which the 1st Respondent knows is civil in nature contravenes Sections 34, 35 and 41 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended) and Articles 4, 5, 6 and 12 of the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act Cap A9, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004 which guarantee the Applicant’s fundamental rights to dignity of human person, personal liberty and freedom of movement and same is unwarranted, illegal, unconstitutional, null and void.

“An order perpetually restraining the 1st Respondent (Director-General of DSS) acting either by himself or through his agents, officers and representatives from further inviting, pestering, harassing and intimidating the Applicant by way of telephone calls, text messages or letters asking the Applicant to report at FCT Command of the Department of State Services (DSS) with office at No. 7, Gamal Abdel-Nasser Street, Off Julius Nyerere Crescent, Near Kapital Klub and Apartments, Asokoro, FCT-Abuja or any other location whether within or outside the Federal Capital Territory Abuja in connection with an estranged romantic relationship between the Applicant and 2nd Respondent which the 1st Respondent knows is civil in nature.

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