Saturday, 10 January 2015


Hello mi lovies.... 

Happy Saturday to us....

How many are going for owanbes today? How many of you are at the venue already? If you eat that party jollof rice without inviting me, you shall purge when you get home... shikena *straight face* or better still, come and appease the gods (that's me).... with 1 bag of rice, two live fowl, the front teeth of a Crocodile, the semen of a Lion and 7 gallons of palm oil. I rest my case.

Friday, 9 January 2015


Oya shokiiii ooooooo.....Jijo shokii


 I promised no more shoki on this blog, shey? 

Hmmmn what new dance style are we going to have this year?.....Maybe we should create ours.....abi?.......We would call it LIZER.....*big smile*......once I've created and perfected the move, I'll let us know...*hahahaha* but I'll need help...from God and man (meaning you...yes you).

Wednesday, 7 January 2015


My gist and my gbeborun cute 
Hello mi lovies......

Sup Mobylizers....

Ki lo n pop mehn?.....Y'all good?....

I have decided that this year, I am going to stop being razz. No more shoki on my blog anymore, no more over the top razz greetings and intro's, no more razz gestures...... no more *straight face*...

Someone suggested I do a tutorial of how I packed my braids during christmas... I remember. I need a good photographer. Once I get one, I will put up a step by step picture. Don't worry. This is what it looked like.
You all remember the sisterhood blogger's award I was nominated for the other day where I was asked to talk about a part of myself I struggled with and how I got out of it?.... If you don't, read the post via this link.

So a very beautiful and intelligent blogger friend of mine sent me a mail and suggested we start a movement on social media and in the real world. You see I've noticed that we all have insecurities.... Most especially women..Yes I said it..We all do!... Some years ago before Leboo became boyfriend,  I had lots of celebrity friends and I used to attend celebrity parties...(yea I know I'm a star...hehehe *pops collar*) At one of the parties, I met one babe like that. She is one of the finest girls I've met in my life. She's tall (I looked like a dwarf beside her), fair, beautiful skin but I noticed she had low self esteem. She came into the party shoulders down and I was wondering 'if a girl this fine and frosh (meaning extreme freshness) can have a low self esteem, who am I?'..... I later noticed she had bad dentition (more like terrible dentition) and so she didn't smile a lot hence her gloomy appearance.

I actually went to speak to her later cos she was alone all through the party and I discovered her dentition was practically her only worry in life.... What's the koko of my story? You shall find out very soon.... 

In my opinion, low self esteem is one of the reasons you'll see some people fix weaveons of over 100 thousand naira on their head (I still can't phantom this), buy cream to look fairer and do all sorts of physical alterations to look "better" puns intended. Do you believe that a girl I know spent about 120thousand naira on weaveon only and was asking me to borrow her money? Hian!!...Truthfully I would have borrowed her if I didn't know she bought that liability called weaveon. I went for a comedy show with Leboo during the festive period and Dedon (he is a popular comedian) was saying 'men do not notice all the extra touches and extra money women spend on making themselves look "good". If you like use mary kay or use white powder, as long as you look clean, any man will follow you go'. Morale of the story, men are blind. They do not see all the brazillian peruvian. They are only interested in what you can offer...I don't mean only sex o...Now note this, I am not castigating every one that buys big big money weave ons ooo....If you have the money, fine!.....its ok to feel pretty with ones self and occasional self indulging is good....but when you have to go out of your way or probably starve yourself, that's where I draw the line.

So myself and Ugo Ukam have decided to start this trend where we get to talk about loving ourselves irrespective of the obvious. I'm going to be talking to a few bloggers and when we finalise, I will be the first to give you guys the load down...*muah*

Who was at Ikeja City mall during the festive period? Omo na die oo!. People were practically sitting on the stair way to have picnic with their family. I was angry and irritated. Movies were sold out, eateries were full, ice cream was sold out in all eateries.... I was so angry ehn...and I didn't want to go out o... Tito just had to set me up...*rolls eyes*... This is what shoprite looked like.

The gbeborun I wanted to do....*clears throat* I found out that two of my girl friends are dating the same guy. boy...two girls...Moby's friends..!. 

Should I tell?

P.S: if any of my friends reads this and decides to ping me one yeye ping to ask me yeye questions, I will delete you ni sharp sharp...LOL... I came here to ask for advice. If you think your boyfriend is cheating on you, ask him... not closed!!..*straight face*

Guys what do you think I should do? Confess or keep my big mouth shut?

Ese modupe (Thank you)


*runs off*

Monday, 5 January 2015


Hellooooo mi lovies, mi pretties, mi blokes...Its day 5 of 2015 oooo....and I'm sure the blessings are already pouring in. You won't believe *hands on waist*.. I am watching my weight so bad my stomach is refusing food.....As in ehn!... That's no joke ooo. Every food I see now just irritates  me somehow.... This is the only festive period in the history of festive periods that I did not and have not  eaten to stupor...I kannur belivit mehn.... 

Sunday, 4 January 2015


“Be strong and courageous and do it. Do not be afraid and do not be dismayed, for the Lord God, even my God, is with you. He will not leave you or forsake you, until all the work for the service of the house of the Lord is finished.”
(I Chronicles 28:20, ESV)

TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
Fear not. That is the message David had for his son, Solomon. For many years, David wanted to build a temple for the Lord. But God told Him that specific job belonged to his son, Solomon. Solomon was young and inexperienced, and even though he knew he had a mandate from God, he was intimidated by the prospect of building a great house of worship, one that would be a dwelling place for the Most High. You can probably understand his apprehension.

But his father David had some good advice for him. He told his son, “Forget your fear. God is bigger than your problems. He is bigger than the temple you are going to build. He is bigger than any adversity that you might face. So just get busy and do your part and God will do the rest.”

Perhaps as this new year approaches, you have some changes that need to be made. Maybe you need a renovation in your marriage, finances, health, or emotions. Whatever your individual needs may be, notice the words of David, “Be strong and courageous, and do it. Fear not, be not dismayed, for the Lord God, my God, is with you.”

God, I’m excited to see what You have planned for me this year. Whatever I face, I will not be intimidated. I will begin this year by seeing myself as You do — happy, healthy, and prosperous. Thank you for the gift of another year. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
— Joel & Victoria Osteen