Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha becomes a boxer!
The former Bolton Wanderer player sauntered into Eko hotel midway into the concert to join his wife, Nkechi, who was already seated but looking forlorn and without the glow that she has come to be known for. At the end of the show while exchanging pleasantries with some of the comedians, JayJay almost fell victim to a young man who attempted to rob him of his iPhone, which he slipped into the back pocket of his pants.
Promptly, he grabbed the petty thief by the arm, punched him on the right eye and proceeded to put his many years of football training to use. He kept kicking the thief so hard in the same manner he would have kicked a football into a goal keeper’s net! As the thief ran, so did he pursue after him, kicking him even harder! Really, the ex international should have been a boxer. Click to continue reading...Ini Edo’s ‘style sense’
She came to the show dressed in a black, thigh-high slit, open-back, plunging dress which was not appropriately long enough. Her strappy sandals weren’t her size and her hairdo should have been better styled with a not-so-cheap hair extension. Her general look? Tacky.
Helen Paul back in shape
Motherhood sure agrees with her. Barely a few months after giving birth to a bouncing baby boy, female comedienne, Helen Paul has gone back to her usual size, looking even better than she was before her pregnancy. Now very occupied, the diminutive small-voiced has added singing to her repertoire of skills and freely distribute copies of her debut singles to close friends in the audience.
AY’s wife almost beaten up!
The crowd was large and the tickets pricey. So, imagine what went on in the mind of a young lady, who had paid for two tables amounting to N800, 000 but couldn’t get a single table! Her insistence to Mabel, AY’s wife, who was dressed in one of the usher’s uniform, to get her tables or have her money refunded, fell on deaf ears. This must have further angered the lady, whose attempt to prevent Mabel from walking out on her, almost ended up in fisticuffs.