Girl arranged for her Own Friend To Be Gang Raped By 5 Men In Kwara.

Kwara State Commissioner of Police, Ambrose Aisabor, on Thursday paraded a female student of College of Technology, Offa in Kwara, Miss Mary Awolola, said to be a cultist, for allegedly luring her friend to be gang-rapéd by five of her cult members.

Miss Mary Awolola

Miss Mary confessed at the Police headquarters in Ilorin that she was also gang-rapéd much earlier by four boys before she was initiated into the cult group.
She confessed that she lured her friend to be rapéd by her cultist friends because she refused to join them in spite of the pressure she mounted on her girl friend.
Mary also said “she regretted her action having been arrested by the Police and more importantly that she was not gaining anything from the cult activities. “I did not gain anything from cultism. I regret all my actions.”

According to the CP, Mary was arrested on February 22, 2014, at Rondo area in Offa where five boys of the same school gang-rapéd the victim.

The police is considering if they should charge Mary to court with the boys or set her free with a warning.


Crossfit sued by transgender athlete

A transgender woman is going to war with CrossFit, claiming the fitness titans refused to let her compete in the women’s division at the upcoming CrossFit Games because she was born with a penis.


Chloie Jonnson has filed a $2.5 MILLION lawsuit against CF claiming she underwent sex reassignment surgery in 2006 and is legally recognized as a woman by the State of California.

But when Chloie — 5’4″, 151 lbs — asked the powers that be about competing in the Games with the ladies, she was shot down hard.

According to a letter from CrossFit to Chloie in which the CF pulled no punches — “We have simply ruled that based upon [Chloie] being born as a male, she will need to compete in the Men’s Division.”

CF argues … “The fundamental, ineluctable fact is that a male competitor who has a sex reassignment procedure still has a genetic makeup that confers a physical and physiological advantage over women.”

But in the letter, CF gets aggressive — saying, “Our decision has nothing to do with ‘ignorance’ or being bigots — it has to do with a very real understanding of the human genome, of fundamental biology, that you are either intentionally ignoring or missed in high school.”

Chloie says CF is full of crap — claiming the company is violating her civil rights by not letting her compete as a woman … and she wants at least $2.5 million to make things right.

For its part, CrossFit says transgendered athletes will be “welcomed with open arms in this community, but what we will not waver from is our commitment to ensure the fairness of the competition.”

Actor Jason Weaver slams those celeberating the release of Rapper Lil’ Boosie

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Any Lil Boosie fans in the house?

I can’t really say that I’m part of the Boosie fan club, outside of having an appreciation for the song “Wipe Me Down” from 2007, and he was actually just a featured artist on that track…

Anyways, the Baton Rouge rapper was released from prison after being there since 2009 because of drug charges (and battling a murder rap, which he beat), so the rapper was freed to much pomp and circumstance. He was a trending topic on Twitter, and all over social media, and with fans like the one below, you can see that his release was a huge deal for some (including his daughter, who was taped talking inappropriately on IG

Mango Baby

But for others, like ATL and Smart Guy star Jason Weaver, it was a head-scratch worthy moment. He took to Instagram yesterday to try and figure out why people were treating Boosie like he was Nelson Mandela:


Ok so…. I see a lot ppl on IG posting stuff about Lil Boosie gettin out of prison, talmbout “Welcome Home” “Boosie Back” and all kinds of other coon s**t. Listen man, no disrespect to Boosie or anyone else for that matter who has ever been incarcerated, but the problem I have with the IG posts regarding him gettin out is it’s being displayed like it’s some kind of thing to celebrate. I’m sorry man, but why can’t we celebrate young black men who have stayed OUT of prison? I’m not judging Boosie or any other individual who may have faced similar circumstances. It would sure be cool though if we posted more pics of our young brothas receiving high school diplomas, college degrees, and cool s**t like that instead of a playa gettin out of prison mane. I’m about celebrating milestones in young black men’s lives that we can REALLY be proud of! Like for real… C’mon son!! Sorry for the rant, but I just had to say it.#KanyeShrug

Interesting point, especially considering that people were going ever so hard online for “Boosie Bad Azz” yesterday. Author and Huffington Post Live host Marc Lamont Hill also had some thoughts on people’s jubilant response to Boosie’s release, posting this to his own Instagram this morning:



I’m so glad that Lil Boosie is home. I’m wishing him growth, peace, safety, and prosperity. But I’m just happier that Eddie Conway, who was released this week after spending 44 years incarcerated for a crime he DID NOT COMMIT, has escaped the dungeons of hell. FREE ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS!!!!!!

God Freed My Brother Lil Boosie – Webbie

Lil Boosie was released early by prison officials because of his good behavior behind bars … but Boosie’s friend Webbie thinks the rapper was really sprung by a much higher power than the warden.

Webbie hails from Louisiana, just like Boosie, and made it clear that it was the hand of God that opened the prison doors — “I told Boo that God has a plan. He got my brother free.”

Part of God’s plan … according to Webbie includes laying down tracks — he says now that LB is sprung … they’re going straight into the studio to start making music together again.

Webbie says he plans to surprise Boosie at home in Baton Rouge … and then the whole town’s gonna celebrate Boosie’s freedom.

TeamHouse Music: Tell the truth – YinQue AfriQue

Odunayo Olayinka Idowu AKA YinQue AfriQue is a native of Efon-Alaye, Ekiti State. A graduate of Industrial Relations from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State after which He started His Fashion career and eventually launched His own label – YinQue AfriQue Couture.


As a gospel and inspirational singer, He started His music career in the year 2007. Due to His love for God and music which motivates him to undertake any music task in the Kingdom of God.

He is a wonderful Song Writer and Composer with several songs to His credit and waiting to be recorded in preparation of His debut Album.

Tell The Truth is a feel good music that reminds of the essence of telling the truth and Its a soulful song that was inspired by moral influence. The song was produced by J-Treash. His vision is to touch lives and spread the gospel through His music and win souls for Christ.

YinQue AfriQue – Download

DIPINTO: Maheeda in Lasgidi Chick


It’s been a very progressive year for the controversial singer, rapper and model “Maheeda” a.k.a Goddess of X, who was in Nigeria few weeks back for her video shoot “Lasgidi Chick”

Trust her when it comes to making her fans hungry for more and more (if you know what I mean), her recent released singles “Lasgidi Chick” and “Omo Toh Shun” still remains the talk of the town as she has been able to prove to her fans she is indeed talented.

Check out the exclusive pictures for her video shoot “Lasgidi Check”.
Video directed By Frizzle N Brizzle Films

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Family Of 22-Year-Old Louisiana Man Refute Claims He Shot And Killed Himself While Handcuffed In Police Custody


The family of 22-year-old Victor White III are demanding answers after he died in police custody. According to CBS News, White was arrested by Iberia Parish police after officers responded to a 911 call around 11 p.m.  regarding a fight that he was allegedly involved in. What happened from there is still being investigated.

State Trooper Stephan Hammons says that after officers arrived on the scene, White was searched and illegals drugs were found on his person. He was later handcuffed, transported to the squad car and taken to the sheriff’s office for processing. Once he arrived at the Sheriff’s Office, authorities claim that he refused to exit the vehicle.

    “Once at the Sheriff’s Office, White became uncooperative and refused to exit the deputy’s patrol vehicle,” Hammons told The Advocate.

At some point, officers claim that White produced a handgun and fired one round, striking himself in the back. He was transported to a nearby hospital and later pronounced dead.

    “We’re investigating how he got the gun,” Hammons continued. “It’s too early in our investigation to comment further.”

For obvious reasons, White’s family is convinced that there is a lot more to this story.

    “They have issued a statement that he shot himself but we know that is not true,” White’s sister, Keisha Davis, tells MadameNoire. “We will not stop until justice is served.”

State police are currently investigating his mysterious death while his family is actively raising money to have a second autopsy performed. They are also raising awareness surrounding the case with social media campaign, #JusticeForVic.

Rev. Raymond Brown of National Action Now New Orleans says that they are also looking into White’s death.

    “Something is seriously wrong with this picture,” he said on Monday.

If White’s story sounds familiar, it’s because an eerily similar incident occurred Aug. 2012 involving 21-year-old Chavis Carter of Arkansas. Carter died after suffering a gunshot wound to the head while handcuffed in the backseat of a patrol car. And similar to White’s case, officers insisted Carter shot himself.