This should not be happening in the year 2012 but alas it is. A Georgia man who lives in Savannah Georgia was beaten for Dating African American (naija girl).
Andrew Quade and his girlfriend Olufisayo Bakre were strolling through the historic Ellis Square in downtown Savannah when a gang of three black men attacked him
According to dailymail

A Georgia man was left bloodied and bruised after he was brutally attacked for dating an African-American girl.The interracial couple were strolling through Ellis Square, a public space in Savannah, shortly before midnight last Friday, when they say three black men began taunting them.  The provocation began as racial slurs, then the scoffers started blowing kisses and suddenly the trio jumped the boyfriend, Andrew Quade - who is white, beating him and leaving him barely conscious.
 See the disturbing video below!


Well let me say this regardless of what anyone says the south is still the south lots of people might disagree things of changed but this all he just brings back bad memories but what do you say? Girl run don't walk from Savannah!



who rocked the look my bet is on Rihanna on the left but hey they both have colored locks so you tell us
RIHANNA VS KATY PERRY
Kim Kardashian just posted her latest photo with her sisters on twitter. Shall we simply say great photoshop work~
Love how she CHANNELS the 1950s era too cute!


CNN's Vladimir Duthier talks to actress up and coming Nollywood star Uru Eke about her unconventional path to stardom.Born in the UK she left IT to become an actress. Her first big break is in the blockbuster "Last flight to Abuja!" Done with pleasing her parents she tells you how she got in and the ups and downs of the industry. Enjoy the video below!


CNN's Vladimir Duthier talks to actress up and coming  Nollywood star Uru Eke about her unconventional path to stardom.Born in the UK she left IT to become an actress. Her first big break is in the blockbuster "Last flight to Abuja!" Done with pleasing her parents she tells you how she got in and the ups and downs of the industry. Enjoy the  video below!

The scandalous TMZ pictures showing prince Harry living it up nude style in Vegas, finally got back to the UK and lets just they are not amused.




Right now daily mail reports "He could face a meeting with his Army superiors when he returns later today. Their rules state that 'social misbehavior' is not acceptable, especially is it tarnishes the reputation of Britain's armed forces."

Not only that, it has also been reported that the prince’s advisers at St James’s Palace were earlier this morning locked in meetings discussing how best to handle the scandal just as Harry flew back to Britain to resume his military duties following his 10-day break.

Hmm will not want to be in the meeting with the GRANDMA QUEEN! God save Harry!



Funmi Lawal who happens to have cancer and who badly needs  N4M aira for surgery apparently just received  an additional N1M naira from Nollywood SUPERSTARS Tonto Dike and Rukky Sanda! Is that amazing or what? Nigerians are really caring! Nollywood is stepping up!
Bimbo Thomas is a BEAUTIFUL Yoruba actress. Bimbo says she once got  a Murano Jeep from a fan!



Did she accept the gift? Hear what she has to say after the cut


Okay checkout this cool picture from wizkid.


Can you spot how many Tattoos he has and what each tattoo means? Maybe fans might want to copy it.
Well she was the top actress back in the 90s in Nollywood. But she's back with her family and looking very beautiful! Dare we say she definitely has good genes wondering if Her daughters will go into acting who knows ! We will be watching to see what you say
this just in according to daily Mail
Kris Humphries' former girlfriend met has accused Kim Kardashian of trying to drag her into their divorce battle.
Myla Sinanaj is meeting with Kim Kardashian's legal team today to demand they leave her alone.
She says they have sent at least four subpoenas demanding emails, texts and other phone records in which she and the NBA journeyman discussed his wife.
Seen here standing with her attorney But wait a minute. Why is her attorney dressed like she's going to a club?
We came across this post earlier today depicting the final days of a beauty to behold, Cynthia Osokogu. Why in the world will anyone want to harm such a beauty. Well, Bella and others got an answer from a Friend and here it is!


It seems as though every week, there is a new search within the Nigerian social media sphere for a missing person. Pretty girls, handsome men – people like you and me, the new Nigerian generation – young, educated, cosmopolitan and connected by the thread of social media – from BBM to Twitter and the almighty Facebook.
Last week, Cynthia Udoka Osokogu‘s photograph was all over the internet. She had been missing since late July 2012, however, the news became viral just a few days ago.
We saw Cynthia’s photo and prayed that like many others we would hear news that she had been found – alive and well. It was not to be. She is dead.
There is a lot of speculation about what happened to Cynthia and lack of information leads to rumours and falsities.
No one will know ever know the full story except Cynthia but here is what we can tell you.
What Happened to Cynthia?
Lucy Koh is chewing someone out again.

According to CNET,

"Anyone following the Apple v. Samsung patent trial has noticed the frequency with which Koh, the U.S. district judge presiding over the case, has scolded lawyers from both sides.
The most vivid example came last week, when Apple lawyers notified Koh that they wished to cram a large number of witnesses into the remaining few hours they had to make their arguments. This would have added to the mountain of paperwork and generated more work for Koh and her staff.
"Come on," Koh told Bill Lee, one of Apple's lawyers. "You want me to do an order on 75 pages? Unless you're smoking crack, you know these witnesses aren't going to be called."
The news media went wild. Typically, judges don't sound this informal. Koh, however, is not a typical judge and Apple v. Samsung is not the typical patent case.
Rookie judge
For starters, Koh is only 43, on the youngish side for a district judge, and not very experienced. She has been a federal judge for two years. Before that, she served two years as a California Superior Court judge in Santa Clara, Calif.
So as Koh prepares today to oversee final arguments in the case, a couple questions one might ask are these: did she know what she was doing, and did she mess anything up? The only things hanging in the balance are billions of dollars and possibly the future of the mobile phone and tablet businesses.
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Apple claimed in a lawsuit filed last year that Samsung pilfered design ideas and some of the technology behind the iPhone and iPad. Samsung denied this and later filed its own suit alleging Apple infringed on some of its patents. Both sides want damages and if Apple wins, the company will want the court to force Samsung to cease the sale in the United States of the infringing phones and tablets.
The challenge for Koh was to ride herd over two famous and massive companies and their legion of attorneys -- some with equally massive egos. Naturally, with so much at stake, both sides would try to test the rules and she would need to keep them in line. If she was intimidated, she never showed it.
When John Quinn, founder of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, one of the country's best known law firms, rose to request that Koh reverse an earlier decision to exclude some of Samsung's evidence, the two got into a confrontation. But she stood her ground, told the lawyer the issue had been covered and demanded he knock it off.
"Mr. Quinn, don't make me sanction you, please," Koh said. "I want you to sit down!"
Strangely, Koh isn't nearly as tough talking when she's not wearing the robe, say people who know her.
"When you meet her outside of the courtroom, she comes across as shy," said Mark Lemley, a law professor at Stanford University as is Koh's husband, Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar. "You don't expect her to be a tough courtroom presence but she's been every bit of that in the couple years she's been on the bench."
Is Koh biased?
In her legal career, Koh has done plenty of unexpected things. She's the first Korean-American to serve as a federal district judge and prior to that, she was a patent litigator. Legal experts say that it's rare for a patent litigator to be appointed to a district judgeship.
Koh handled patent and trade secret litigation for tech companies when she was a partner at McDermott Will & Emery in the mid 2000s. This part of her background raises the question that fans of Apple and Samsung have asked since the trial started: Is Koh biased? Does she have it in for one company or the other?

Rihanna on what she learned from her Grandma Dolly
She taught me a lot about forgiveness. She taught me a lot about loving my enemies. She me a lot about spirituality, faith, strength as a woman and the one thing she wants me to do is to marry someone that loves me more than I love them. Because a woman will always give even more than they need to, we’re selfless beings, it’s maternal and with husbands they’ll only meet you halfway if they love you a little more.
Rihanna on Her Fans and What she’d like for them to know
I put a lot of importance in my relationship with my fans. I want them to feel comfortable knowing that I have flaws as well. I want them to know those flaws because I am afraid of the pedestal that comes with fame and being a celebrity so I keep myself as close to the ground as possible. I don’t ever want to be above them [and for them to think] that because they are fans that I am not one of them and they are not one of us. We are all people. We all have a purpose.
Rihanna on if she considers herself a role model
No because of what society has made that title. It has become a title of perfection and that is something that no one can achieve.