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Kai Cenat threatens to sue OnlyFans model, Layla Red who leaked their chats

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Twitch streamer Kai Cenat is poised to initiate legal action against OnlyFans model Layla Red, who allegedly leaked his private images and messages.

According to the claims, Layla Red released conversations showing Cenat agreeing to pay $5,000 for sexual services, leading to her Instagram account being suspended soon after. Addressing the matter during a recent Twitch stream, Cenat assured his viewers that he would tackle the issue through legal means, maintaining his composure throughout the broadcast.

In his first appearance on Twitch following the scandal, Cenat remained unruffled by the allegations, confidently informing his audience about his plans to pursue legal recourse. “There is some dumb shit, clout-chasing weird ass shit going on right now bro. But it’s alright though, it’s alright chat. I’ll see you in court,” he announced.

Cenat also expressed a desire to clear up the situation, urging his viewers to hear his side of the story. “Got you! Okay? Listen to me, okay? I can explain, bro. Listen to me chat, okay, I can explain,” he remarked during the stream. He described the leak as an attempt to gain notoriety, noting that the referenced incidents took place early in 2023.

“There is some weird shit going on right now, some weird clout chasing shit going right now, bro. And you know what’s so crazy? Do you know that shit was in the beginning of 2023? All that shit that you guys see right now is 2023 shit bro, you feel me? Like, goddamn, bro,” he explained.

Shifting away from the controversy, Cenat later encouraged a lighter tone in the conversation. “But yeah, we are not going to talk about it no more. Let’s talk about flowers, rainbows, Ice Spice, come on,” he suggested, steering the dialogue away from the contentious issue.

If the case proceeds to court, it could potentially be treated as a matter of revenge porn, which involves the unauthorised distribution of intimate images or videos with the intention to harm, embarrass, or distress the individual depicted.

Should it be proven that the images and messages were shared without Cenat’s consent and intended to damage his reputation or cause distress, it could fulfil the legal requirements for a revenge porn case. Further evidence of malicious intent or exploitation by Layla Red could also strengthen this claim.

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Don’t do anything to my baby you are carrying – Comedian AY Makun tells Alex amid pregnancy claims (Video)

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Comedian AY Makun has finally responded to the widespread rumors about expecting a child with BBNaija ex-housemate Alex Unusual, causing a frenzy online.

The rumors, which spread like wildfire, alleged that AY and Alex were having an affair and that she was pregnant with his child. These claims emerged shortly after AY and his wife, Mabel Makun, publicly addressed their marital issues.

After an extended break from social media, Alex Unusual has broken her silence with a compelling video posted on her page, marking her return online.

Although she didn’t directly confront the rumors, her response was anything but subtle. In a clever and sophisticated manner, Alex indirectly dismissed the allegations, emphasizing the importance of facts over fiction.

The BBNaija star took it a step further by reciting Nigeria’s cybersecurity laws, reminding everyone of the legal repercussions of spreading false information online.

Captioning the video, Alex Unusual wrote; “I’ll take the high road on my own terms. ✍🏽 #Alexunusual.”

Watch the video below;

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I wrote all Nasboi songs, Sabinus did BBL – Comedian Brain Jotter spills in interview (Video)

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Nigerian comedian Chukwuebuka Emmanuel Amuzie better known as Brain Jotter has got many people talking online following his recent interview.

Brain Jotter recently did a close one-on-one interview with media personality Nedu and his co-podcaster on the audio visual podcast tagged the “Honest Bunch”.

Spilling out his mind so as to let somethings get off his chest, comedian Brain Jotter claims that he is the one who wrote all of the Nasboi songs.

Nasboi despite being a comedian is also a good singer. He as released two hit songs so far this year namely “Umbrella” featuring Wande Coal and Small Money.

Brain Jotter brags that he is the one who wrote the two songs for Nasboi and by extension, this left Nedu and his co-podcaster in shock as they thought he was chasing clout because of his forthcoming show.

During the course of the interview, a call from Nasboi comes in as they jokingly talked about chasing clout within a shot period of time.

Moving on during the interview, Brain Jotter asserts that his colleague Sabinus did a BBL to enhance his backside and he is so sure of what he is said.

Reacting via the comment section, Nasboi wrote; “Yes na him write everything! Brainruzzi 🖊️, Hard worker 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥,”

Also, Sabinus wrote; “I just de wake up now no wonder people just de pursue me for dream 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 make i go remove the nyash o.”

See screenshot of their reactions and the video below;

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50 Cent sells docuseries on Diddy’s assault allegations to Netflix

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50 Cent, the American rapper, has sold the distribution rights to a multi-part docuseries about various sexual assault allegations against his colleague Diddy to Netflix.

Diddy has been in the public eye since last November, after several women, including Cassie Ventura, the rapper’s ex-girlfriend, took him to court, claiming they were sexually assaulted.

Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones, Diddy’s former producer, also filed a lawsuit alleging that the rapper sexually harassed, drugged, and threatened him for over a year.

In March, the United States Department of Homeland Security raided two properties linked to Diddy.

50 Cent has been sharing negative comments on social media concerning the allegations against Diddy.

He also reposted the recent viral video of his colleague assaulting Cassie on March 5, 2016.

In an Instagram post on Tuesday, 50 Cent confirmed that his ongoing project has officially found a home.

The rapper disclosed that Netflix won the rights to the docuseries after a “bidding war involving multiple networks and streaming platforms”.

“TMZ use this fat boy picture of me because their doc went to Tubi LOL it’s ok guys we’re all making good television mines just happens to be the best! NETFLIX wins the bidding war but if more victims keep coming out I’m gonna need more episodes,” he wrote.

The release date and title of the docuseries are yet to be announced.

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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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