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I’m still single at 34 because most men don’t have sense, says Moet Abebe



Moet Abebe, the media personality, has opened up on why she is still single at 34.

During a recent episode of her Bahd and Boujee Podcast, Etim Effiong, the guest on the show, asked Abebe why she is still single.

“I knew Moet when I was single and that was six years ago. Why is she still single?” Effiong asked.

In response, Abebe said she is single because “most men do not have sense”.

She added that men are too indecisive and they make her confused.

“You already know my reservations. I am tired of saying this every episode,” she said.

“Your gender just needs to do more. My issue with men is that they do not have sense.

“How about men stop dipping their fingers in so many pots?

“Because you are making me confused. That means I equally have options.

“I am choosing to be single but even if I wanted to be in a relationship, the options are not so great.”

In October, Abebe said she cannot date men who live on the mainland in Lagos.

She argued that they would have too many excuses to be available for her.

In 2021, Abebe stated her disinterest in marriage, dubbing it a “fraud”.

Already known for her roles as a TV presenter, video jockey, and OAP, Abebe has also ventured into acting.

She has starred in various movies and TV series, including ‘Red Card’, ‘Oasis’, and ‘Living Arrangement’.


Young Jonn undergoes hair transplant after being trolled




Young Jonn, the Nigerian producer-turned-musician, has undergone a hair transplant surgery.

On Wednesday, the music star took to X to share photos of himself in hospital attire, prepared for the procedure.

In an accompanying caption, he wrote, “happy new hair”.

The development comes after a troll mocked his receding hairline, using references like Young Jonn’s “hairline leaving midfield”.

His decision to undergo surgery also sparked several reactions from fans on X.

“He took kizz daniel lyrics “do not worry about me, worry about your hairline” seriously 😂😅,” a user wrote.

“Person tell you say “your hairline don reach midfield” you run go do surgery. This Young Jonn sef 🤣🤣,” another user wrote.

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Stephen Alajemba narrates how ladies avoided him due to his facial appearance




Stephen Alajemba, the Nigerian actor, has recalled how he suffered rejection from women and people generally while growing up due to his facial and physical appearances.

Speaking in a recent interview, the actor said ladies “run away” whenever they see his face.

Alajemba said his mother told him as a baby, people refused to carry him because he was not looking attractive.

He said despite the rejections from women, he, however, got married at age 23.

“My mother said my birth was not an easy one… The one that pained her the most was anyone who came to congratulate her because of me, once they saw me, they were shocked and went back. They will tell her they will come back. The next person came and did the same thing and once they saw me they were shocked. They will say later and never come back again. That I did not make money for her,” he said.

“The most painful one was that whenever she carried me to church or meeting. That nobody will accept carrying me for her. Nobody will tell her to bring her child so they will carry for her. That I did not earn anything good for her. I told her I was going to make her proud.

“Any lady who sees my facial look and stature runs away.

“Unfortunately before one accepted me I was already 20 to 22 years. I married at 23. So the first person tasted it and confirmed it and she did not leave me anymore.”

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Ayra Starr narrates how she battled imposter syndrome after releasing ‘Rush’




Ayra Starr, the Nigerian singer, has opened up about her struggle with imposter syndrome following the release of ‘Rush’, her hit song.

Imposter syndrome is a persistent feeling of inadequacy, despite evidence of one’s skills and accomplishments.

In a recent interview with Billboard, Ayra Starr said she had to be persuaded to release ‘Rush’ because she had doubts about the song.

“They had to convince me to put that song out because I was not sure,” she said.

When asked why she was not sure, the songstress said ‘Rush’ was different from her previously released records, adding that her team encouraged her to drop it.

She added that the song blew up as soon as it was debuted and she began to feel undeserving of the success.

“I put out different sounds all the time, but with ‘Rush’, it was different from anything I had put out before. I was like, ‘I am not sure I want to do this’, and everybody was like, ‘Trust me, Ayra, just trust your team’,” she said.

“And when it came out, it blew up immediately. Just from the snippet, like a 30-second snippet, it was already trending.

“I started to have imposter syndrome because nothing like that has ever happened to me. Like, I do not know if I deserve this.”

Ayra Starr released ‘Rush’, a track off her debut album ‘19 & Dangerous’, in September 2022.

The song was nominated in the maiden ‘Best African Music Performance’ category at this year’s Grammy Awards.

Ayra Starr, however, lost the category to Tyla, the South African singer.

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Bodex F. Hungbo, SPMIIM is a multiple award-winning Nigerian Digital Media Practitioner, Digital Strategist, PR consultant, Brand and Event Expert, Tv Presenter, Tier-A Blogger/Influencer, and a top cobbler in Nigeria.

She has widespread experiences across different professions and skills, which includes experiences in; Marketing, Media, Broadcasting, Brand and Event Management, Administration and Management with prior stints at MTN, NAPIMS-NNPC, GLOBAL FLEET OIL AND GAS, LTV, Silverbird and a host of others

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