Tyra Banks & Her Cute 1-Year-Old Son Stepped Out For Brunch In NYC (Photos)



Tyra Banks is busy with a lot right now, including hosting America's Got Talent, but she took time out of her busy schedule to spend Sunday afternoon with her handsome son.

The supermodel was spotted on Sunday carrying 19-month-old York to Brunch in New York City. The resemblance between the 43-year-old mother and her little son could not be missed as they were photographed making their way through the busy sidewalks.

Tyra dressed comfortably in ripped denim and a grey tank top while York had on a white and grey T-shirt and matching shorts. 

The America's Got Talent host welcomed her son via surrogate in January of last year. His father is Erik Asla, a Norwegian photographer who Tyra met on set of Norway's Next Top Model. They have been together since 2013.

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VIDEO: Policeman Spotted Preaching At Alaba International Market



Facebook user, Godswill Maduabuchi shared this photo of a Policeman preaching at the popular Alaba International market, Lagos state. 


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No Intentions Of Promoting Tobacco To Get People Killed - Olamide Say After NBC Banned His Song



Last week, the Federal Ministry of Health led by honourabe Minister Isaac Adewole said Olamide's new street anthem 'WO' is in violation of Tobacco Control Act 2015.

Not long after, NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) also banned the song form getting airplay and now Olamide has responded.

The rapper tweeted moments ago saying he has no intention of promoting tobacco to get people killed with his music.


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I Never Said I Would Commit Suicide If Buhari Returns - Ayo Fayose Says



Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose, has denied that he said he would commit suicide if President Buhari returns alive to Nigeria from his medical vacation to the UK. The news made the rounds on social media on July 22nd.

Fayose's Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Adelusi, yesterday denied the statement in an interview with Premium Times. Adelusi said the statement was a “creation of the All Progressives Congress, APC in the state. 

"Mr. Fayose never said he would commit suicide if the President returns to the country. It is the creation of the APC. It is their style to create such falsehood. Kindly disregard this statement, as it did not emanate from Governor Fayose. It is their usual way of shifting the people’s attention from the real question Nigerians are asking, as to the whereabouts of the President. At no time was such statement made by the governor.” he said
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US Secret Service Goes 'Bankrupt' Over President Trump Excessive Travel & Large Family



According to an Interview granted by Secret Service Director Randolph "Tex'' Alles to USA Today, the US Secret Service cannot pay hundreds of agents to protect President Donald Trump and his large family and their multiple residences up and down the East Coast.

Director Randolph said that more than 1,000 agents have already hit the federally mandated caps for salary and overtime allowances that were meant to last the entire year. 

The agency has faced a crushing workload since the height of the contentious election season, and it has not relented in the first seven months of the administration. Agents must protect Trump – who has travelled almost every weekend to his properties in Florida, New Jersey and Virginia – and his adult children whose business trips and vacations have taken them across the country and overseas.

"The president has a large family, and our responsibility is required in law,'' Alles said. "I can't change that. I have no flexibility.''

Under Trump, 42 people have protection, a number that includes 18 members of his family. That's up from 31 during the Obama administration. 

However, Alles in a later statement released to CNN said that the problem isn't just related to the Trump administration and has been going on for many years.

"This issue is not one that can be attributed to the current administration's protection requirements but, rather, has been an ongoing issue for nearly a decade due to an overall increase in operational tempo," part of the statement read. 
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NBC Bans Davido, 9ice & Olamide’s Songs, Says They Are Unworthy To Be Aired



The National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) has banned five Nigerian songs and tagged them as “Not to be Broadcasted.”

The songs are: Olamide‘s “Wo” and “Wavy Level“; Davido‘s “Fall” and “If (Remix)“; and 9ice‘s “Living Things.”


The songs have been banned from being aired on all local radio and TV stations. The artistes involved are yet to react to this latest move by the NBC.

The Federal Ministry of Health had in a tweet on Friday said that the video to Olamide’s “Wo” is in violation of the Tobacco Control Act 2015.


Veteran musician 9ice was accused of singing the praises of alleged yahoo boys in his hit song Living Things.

You recall popular comic rapper, Folarin Falana, who is widely known as Falz da bad guy, had sparked controversy after he asked his colleagues to desist from glorying fraud. Citing a line from 9ice’s single “Living Things” to drive his point home, Falz said:
“I feel so strongly about this because an entertainers you are a role model to many especially your fans and youths. Yet in your songs you sing and greet all the yahoo boys and fraudsters. You even mention their names personally.
You are destroying our future; please stop it. As an entertainer you must sing songs that portray our culture, save and transform lives. Instead all you do is give the younger ones the impression that it is cool to do crime, its very wrong.”
Rapper Falz’ statement at the time came after the arrest of Nigerian pop star, Dammy Krane, who was nabbed at Opa-locka Airport in the United States for alleged credit card fraud, grand theft and fraudulent identification charges.

While many Nigerians praised the rapper for speaking up, others had unkind things to say. In response to the critics, 9ice explained his song wasn’t promoting fraud:
“Living Things isn’t promoting fraud, so to speak. The song is about an individual who wakes up in the morning needs to go and work and earn a living. It’s not negative, it’s positive. You just have to be in that realm to understand what the song is all about.”
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23-Year-Old Nigerian Has 3 First Class Degrees From OAU, Nigerian Law School & Cambridge University



Here’s a photo of 23-year-old Onoriode Aziza, who has 3 first class degrees from  OAU, Nigerian Law School and Cambridge University.


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