After calling for prayers as he underwent surgery for yet another BBL to accentuate his hips and bum, Bobrisky, the self-described “Mummy of Lagos,” has become one of the topics of discussion online.
A few days ago, Bobrisky announced that his BBL surgery had been successful and, consequently, exposed it to the public, noting that he had received several bruises.
” Got myself a new bum, 😍 I pray all my bruises clear ASAP”
To show that he is still in pain from the BBL surgery, Bobrisky shared a new video of himself at the clinic being tied in a wrapper and limping while working.
Check out the video below to see how the internet reacts to crossdresser Bobrisky showing off her newly developed backside following a successful second BBL procedure;
smarty.lee: Dem no suppose arrest this man so burst dat he yansh wit pin. How man go dey do yansh 😢.
shinejohanna_: Our problem in Nigeria is letter B Buhari, Bobrisky, Blessing CEO, Boko Haram, BBnNaija, Bet9ja, Bestie & Bola T 🤦🏼♀️😂😂.
paulagram__: Nigerians problem start with letter “B” 😂Bob Risky , BetNaija, Bola Tinubu , blessing CEO , BBL , Bumbum , Boko Haram , BBNaija, Daniel Regha, Portable , Uche ,
storm001__: Do you guys still remember that he’s still a man ?
adenugayetundewalimot: It’s well, it’s how this man is always misleading young youths 😔.
awele231: Wetin be dis 😂😂 senior man dey waka like lady wey just come out for labour room 🤣🤣 I don die.
_toby_loba: At this rate Bob fit go win Miss Nigeria o😂😂.
Nigerian man living abroad returns home, transforms friend’s dilapidated living conditions
A young Nigerian man living abroad has gone above and beyond to improve the living conditions of his friend and his family.
Roger Stone, known on social media as @rogerstone3350, was shocked and deeply moved by the dire state of his friend’s living situation upon his return to Nigeria.
After receiving a distressing phone call from his friend, whose identity remains undisclosed, Roger Stone decided to document the appalling conditions in a video.
The footage showed a cramped and dilapidated apartment where his friend’s family was struggling to make ends meet. Determined to make a difference, Roger Stone took it upon himself to initiate a transformation that would improve his friend’s life.
Filming the entire process, Roger Stone can be seen emptying the apartment of its meager belongings and embarking on a renovation project. He repainted the walls, providing a fresh and uplifting atmosphere for his friend’s family.
Additionally, he purchased a new mattress, ensuring a comfortable sleeping arrangement, and provided new flooring to replace the worn-out surfaces.
Moved by his friend’s plight, Roger Stone expressed his commitment to do even more to uplift his friend’s living conditions
@NjikeNjike said; “I scattered my friend house rebuild it within 3month to do his mother burial. you did well.”
@Elha_ayirebi said; “God richly bless you.
@Richie said; “Bro you really tried you good friend.”
@lady koi koi said; “U are doing well, may God bless you richly.”
@Sandy’s Home Essentials said; “God bless you, you really did well.”
@brisl_service_company said; “You did well….God will never forget you.”
@yankybf said; “Bro abeg arrange better money for him to start better business.”
@joyimade739 said; “God bless you for doing this may God send you help and helpers when you need help in Jesus mighty name amen.”
17-year-old Nigerian boy defies UTME failure, makes N14.5m from comic books he writes
A Nigerian boy who faced disappointment after failing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) twice has found immense success by tapping into his talent as a comic book writer.
The inspiring story, which went viral on Twitter thanks to user Dev Tobs, sheds light on the young boy’s journey to financial prosperity and academic pursuits.
According to the Twitter thread, the unnamed boy attempted the UTME twice but did not achieve the desired results.
However, his family recognized his gift for writing and encouraged him to explore it further.
In a fortuitous twist, his brother, a close friend of Dev Tobs and a software engineer, advised him to publish his comic books on popular platforms like Amazon, Etsy, and others.
The boy channeled his efforts into his newfound passion and began publishing his comic books on the online platforms. The response was overwhelming, with readers appreciating his creative storytelling and unique artistic style.
As a result, his comic books started gaining significant traction and popularity, leading to substantial financial success.
The Twitter thread revealed that the talented writer amassed an astonishing sum of N14.5 million (approximately $19,000) within a span of two years.
Overwhelmed by his success, the boy made a life-changing decision to pursue his dreams further by relocating to Canada to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
“He wrote JAMB twice with no major headway, but his folks noticed he had a flair for writing, hence his brother who’s my close pal, also a software Engineer, advised he starts hoisting the comic books he writes on this Amazon thingy, Etsy and one other one.” He has made so much money from it.
“Yes, you didn’t misread, he made $19k (N14.5 million). Two years down the line today, I got news he’s moved up to Canada for his bachelor’s and I couldn’t stop but feel happier.”
@thefavourigwe said; “The Amazon thingy is called Amazon KDP and yes people make a whole lot of money uploading comics, novels, activity books (coloring, puzzles) etc… Different kinds of books basically.”
@ebenofere commented; “This is beautiful. You can make anything out of yourself if you really want it. Where there is a will, there is a way.”
In 2021, I met this 17 year old Nigerian lad that had made $19,000. Yes , you didn’t misread, $19k 😭.
He wrote JAMB twice with no major headway but His folks noticed he had flair for writing, hence his brother who’s my close pal, also a software Engineer advised he starts…
— Dev.tobs🇳🇬🇺🇸|MDsc. EMCDs. (@DevTobs) July 8, 2023
Popular Hong Kong singer, Coco Lee dies at 48 after suicide attempt
Hong Kong-born American singer Coco Lee died at 48 on Wednesday following a suicide attempt that left her in a coma, Lee’s two sisters, Carol and Nancy Lee, said in a statement posted on Instagram and Facebook.
Lee died in Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong, where she had been living.
“Although Coco sought professional help and did her best to fight depression, sadly that demon inside of her took the better of her,” the statement said.
“On 2 July, she committed suicide at home and was sent to the hospital. Despite the best efforts of the hospital team to rescue and treat her from her coma, she finally passed away on 5 July, 2023,” the statement said.
Lee’s career spanned around 30 years. Among her most notable performances were voicing of the female warrior Mulan in the Mandarin-language version of Disney’s “Mulan” and performing the Oscar-nominated song “A Love Before Time” from the film “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.”
She was born in Hong Kong in 1975 and was the youngest of three children of a Hong Kong Cantonese mother and Malaysian father.
Lee was hugely popular in China and Taiwan, especially in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and her death prompted an outpouring of grief in both and wall to wall news coverage in Taiwan.
One of the most read hashtags on her death generated 200 million readings on China’s Twitter-like Weibo microblogging site.
“Will miss you forever. Miss your beautiful singing, your hearty laugh and your pretty smile,” wrote one Chinese fan.
Lee’s father passed away before she was born, and by the age of 9 her mother had moved Lee and her sisters to the United States, to San Francisco.
After graduating high school in 1992, she was offered a recording contract in Hong Kong with Capital Artists, eventually leading her to depart from her studies at the University of California, Irvine, to focus on her music career.
In 1996, Lee signed with Sony Music Entertainment and her debut album, “Coco Lee,” became the best-selling album of that year in Asia.
It wasn’t long before Lee gained fans in both Asia and the United States, which began her path to new collaborations and English-language songs.
She recorded 18 studio albums and appeared in three films, most notably Lee Xin’s “Master of Everything” and “No Tobacco” by Stanley Kwan.
In 2011, Lee married Bruce Rockowitz, a Canadian businessman who is the former CEO of the Hong Kong supply chain company Li & Fung. He survives her, as do her sisters and two stepdaughters.
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