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Lyrics: M.I – Chairman

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M.I
Reminisce, yes sir
Sarz on the beat….wo

verse – m.i
ha eh ah
I’m a street light
from the early mo’ to the midnight
we dey hustle hard till we sleep tight
it is not a movie duh, this is real life
live life omo, live life
omo chop up, omo eat rice
na only one life and you no go live twice
omo sip something till you feel nice
pass me the shekpe, give me ororo
pass me the lighter, fire the choko
hustle no stop, we go find food tomorrow
tonight we turn up and drown the sorrow
anybody wan stress me, fimile
dj play me reminisce ibile
it’s no love for the street guys
some of our street guys live life like it sweet die

chorus – reminisce
e fu mi ni alomo lori shekpe
tinko alata lori pepper
eja kika no medemede
nla nla tobi bi elede
we take the shekpe
we drink the shekpe
we like the shekpe
we shack the shekpe
we like the shekpe
we drink the shekpe
we take shekpe

hook – m.i
one shekpe bottle standing on a wall
onethe shekpe bottle standing on a wall
if i drink shekpe and i accidentally fall
i will stand up and will drink shekpe some more

verse – reminisce
ye
attention…at ease
mo n fo please
o mu ise yen, very interesting
lo do wa alomo la fin cure stressing
shanu mi, e be wa kowa loju pali
pomo alata lo do iya kasali
mufu iwo ba mi gba ise yen dani
highgrade ni mo se ra lodo alhaji tani
ma je o ku o
oya gba lighter
eruku laulau, e pe fire fighter
ki lo mu nu e dun
that’s what they ask me
alomo yi yato high pass me
ororo loju oloro
you no see my gbere
mo ti yo, gbogbo yin dabi okere
very small world
everything ti kekere
bi oko ngozi to gbe lodi kekere

chorus – reminisce
e fu mi ni alomo lori shekpe
tinko alata lori pepper
eja kika no medemede
nla nla tobi bi elede
we take the shekpe
we drink the shekpe
we like the shekpe
we shack the shekpe
we like the shekpe
we drink the shekpe
we take shekpe

hook – m.i
one shekpe bottle standing on a wall
one shekpe bottle standing on a wall
if i drink shekpe and i accidentally fall
i will stand up and will drink shekpe some more

verse – m.i
my obanikoro boys, how far
ti n ba wa le mi o need bouncer
te ba attack ma fun yin counter
mo wa more connected than internet router
all my las gidi boys wey they grind
by god’s grace anything wey you find, you go find
things go better small small
e go fine, mehn it’s just time
we dey wait for god’s time ye
all my j-town dudes and kd dudes
any how baba, we go still pull through
taraba wey i come from
we go jam for the function
all my ph boys, benin and coal city
put your hands up if you rep for your city
and if we jam for the bar, m.i go buy the bar
i go buy the bar

outro – m.i
omo if i jam you for bar or for mama-put mhenn
just know say i go buy the bar
this one na promise my nigga
know what i mean, we gats to celebrate this life
like say we get something
even though, we get nothing
you know what i mean
them no go understand us but you know what i mean
that’s why when they see us drinking our shekpe mehn
pouring our ororo, you know what i mean
pass me shekpe
you need the shekpe
give me shekpe

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Mr Ibu joins ‘Obidient’ rally in Jos despite endorsing Tinubu (Video)

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Mr. Ibu, the comic actor, has joined a rally being held in the name of Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP).

A large crowd trooped out on Wednesday evening to receive Obi and Yusuf Datti, his running mate, in Jos.

The visit came as the campaign season for the 2023 election officially kicked off in accordance with the timetable.

The crowd and Obi’s team assembled at Rwang Pam township stadium for the rally amid cheers from supporters.

In the crowd was Mr Ibu who would later take to the podium to deliver a short solidarity speech for Obi.

“He is ready to rule us. He is ready to take up the seat of the president. I want you to be obidient,” he said.

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Okon Lagos and Frank Ufomadu disagree over arrest of Bayelsa kidnapper, John Lyon

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Okon Lagos, the Nollywood actor, and Frank Ufomadu, the filmmaker, have clashed over the arrest of John ‘Lyon’ Ewa, the alleged kidnapper who operates in Bayelsa.

Lyon was said to have been arrested on Saturday in the federal capital territory (FCT) by officers of the Bayelsa police command.

Until his arrest, the socialite was popular for flaunting luxurious items and posting motivational quotes about success.

The dispute over his arrest started when Paul Okoye lamented the obsession some ladies have towards wealth even without knowing its source.

In an Instagram post, Okoye wondered if any of the ladies seen with Lyon in viral videos ever questioned his occupation or source of money.

Weighing into the conversation, Okon Lagos supported Okoye’s viewpoint.

The comedian said women who hang around people with questionable wealth are “enablers and should be given equal treatment with the actual culprit”.

But reacting to the post, Ufomadu argued that the actor and singer have “no moral justification” for calling out any lady dating “criminals” for not questioning their source of income.

The filmmaker asked the pair if they ever made any attempt to probe the wealthy individuals who pay N5 million or more just to attend their shows.

Ufomadu added that some shows by comedians and singers are usually graced by “corrupt politicians and drug pushers”.

He also tackled the actor for deleting his comment.

But Okon Lagos fired back, saying Ufomadu is not “worth the trouble”.

He also berated him for “giving lame justifications for aiding, abetting and enabling crime”.

Below are screenshots of their verbal exchanges:

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85% of Nigerian women are lesbians but men don’t know – Actress Uju Mandy reveals

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Nollywood star, Uju Mandy has made an intriguing remark regarding the sexual orientation of the majority of Nigerian women.

Uju Mandy in a recent post on her Instagram story claimed that roughly 85% of Nigerian women practice lesbianism but cover it by marrying a man as their husband.

“For girls on this comment section will be forming saint. Lesbianism is what they do low-key. In fact 85 percent of Nigerian girls are l3sbians,” she wrote.

Interestingly, there are a number of comments that back up her assertions, and the majority of them argue that the proportion is higher than 85, possibly even 95 or 90.

Remember that Uju Mandy disclosed reasons why she is not wanting to settle down anytime soon after claiming she is still unmarried and not prepared to get married.

The mother of one added the criteria under which she would consent to becoming a second wife.

Hear her: “I am very scared of marriage. It is not easy. In fact, I am not just ready for now because I am scared of divorce. Men will always cheat because they are polygamous in nature. Even jazz can not stop a man from cheating. I am not a saint though, I have also cheated on my partner. I caught him cheating on me, so I reiterated. If I get married and my husband cheats, I’ll not leave the union. I’ll forgive him and we iron things out. Even married women cheat too.”

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