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James Brown: Being a crossdresser doesn’t define my sexuality — I’ve a girlfriend

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James Brown, the entertainer, says being a crossdresser does not define his sexuality because he has a girlfriend.

The 22-year-old spoke on his foray into crossdressing and personality when he featured on ‘The Frankly Speaking‘ podcast.

Brown, who describes himself as a drag queen — a man who dresses in women’s clothes for entertainment purposes — said he met his lover when he travelled to the United Kingdom (UK).

According to him, being a crossdresser is both a lifestyle and a hustle.

“I won’t say it’s not my lifestyle, definitely it’s a hustle. Before, I used to say, oh, it’s not my lifestyle, so I dress like a guy at home. Now, I don’t even dress like a guy,” he said.

“I don’t wear pants. I just let everything fly out. And I sometimes wear my hair. I’m just more girly now. The thing is, it’s a lifestyle but that doesn’t define my sexuality because I have a girlfriend. It’s a new development.

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“It happened in the UK. It is a new development in my life that I’m so proud of. I didn’t even know it. This is my first time having an affair with a girl or being with a girl or being interested in a girl.”

Brown also said defining himself and his gender has become complex, adding that the development often leave him confused.

“I once told Tobi I don’t want to be a girl anymore. It goes back and forth,” he said.

“Sometimes, it doesn’t just sit nicely in your brain. Sometimes, I want to change to a girl, but other times I’m confused,”

The entertainer added that there is no difference between his real personality and the Queen of Africa, which he called his alter ego.

“James Brown is the business guru. That’s why I’m cashing out. The Queen of Africa is the one with the beauty, the class, the elegance, and the content. So both of them cannot work without each other,” he added.

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I’m not your Christian saviour, not here to uphold beliefs about God — Tems

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Nigerian singer, Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems, has told her followers that she is not their christian saviour, neither is she trying to uphold their beliefs about God.

The singer made this known via her Twitter page on Tuesday.

Tems also said she is who she is and not trying to impress anyone.

She wrote, “I don’t know who needs to hear this, but I am not your Christian saviour. I didn’t come here to uphold your beliefs about God.
“I will not fit into this box you try to put me in. I won’t satisfy you in that area. Please find the person that will or ask yourself why you care.

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“I don’t brag because I’m not playing the same game. I don’t need to brag. I am who I am, whether you know it or not. It is the house that is built on the solid rock that will withstand the storm. I’m trying to impress myself, not you.”

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Man takes N120k loan, uses N119k to bet and lost (Video)

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Nigerian man has narrated how a customer took a loan from a popular microfinance bank and lost almost everything to sports betting.

He shared the man’s story in a documentary about the dangers of gambling and people who are addicted to the act.

The young bet centre operator said that the man visited the microfinance bank and took a loan of N120,000 using his brother as guarantor.

But the shocking part is that as he was leaving, he entered his virtual betting centre which was in the same building.

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He then used N119,000 out of the money to bet, unfortunately he lost it all. Feeling frustrated by the outcome, he used the remaining N1k to buy weed and alcohol.

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Chimamanda Adichie declined the national honors, media aide says

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Award-winning Nigerian author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, who was recently decorated with Harvard University’s iconic W.E.B. Du Bois Medal, has broken her silence over her non-appearance at the conferment of national honours ceremony by President Buhari. on Tuesday, October 11.

Putting the records straight, a member of Chimamanda’s communications team, Omawumi Ogbe, told The Guardian that she declined the honour.⁣

“Following the recent conferment of national awards by the President, there have been conflicting reports about one of the announced recipients, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Some social media users say the award-winning writer rejected the award, while others say she accepted it.⁣

The author did not accept the award and, as such, did not attend the ceremony. She, however, did not want to create undue publicity around it, so her non-acceptance was conveyed privately,” Ogbe said.

While conferring the award on 450 Nigerians and foreigners, President Buhari had justified the honours, saying the awardees had distinguished themselves in the service of the nation and humanity.⁣

“We have among the recipients today, Amb. Prof. Tijjani Muhammad-Bande, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, Ms. Amina J. Mohammed and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, who are doing our country proud on the international scene. Our dear sisters are a source of inspiration to our young women that through the dint of hard work and dedication, they can achieve greatness,” ⁣the President said.

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