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Actor Dejo Tunfulu is dead

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Dejo Tunfulu is dead: Actor Kunle Mak-Tokunbo popularly known as Dejo Tunfulu has died.

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Fellow actor Kunle Afod announced his death in an Instagram post on Friday.

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Dejo Tunfulu is dead

“You posted this few days ago Dejo Haaaaaaaaa is so sad Pressy Tunfulu Daddy Junior Still can’t believe this @dejomania,” he wrote.

Media personality Adeyemi Olabode also confirmed the death in a Facebook post on Friday.

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“I saw the post about your demise and hurriedly called your line so you can debunk the ‘April fool’ news, but alas! It was picked by your son. You were so kind and down-to-earth.

“You are one of the few I do lean on in the entertainment industry. I can’t do without disturbing you with my weekly BC messages on Whatsapp. So we won’t be able to speak again Egbon. So our plans won’t be again? Rest in peace egbon Kunle Mark Tokunbo a.k.a Dejo Tunfulu,” he wrote.

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In November 2014, Tunfulu was rushed to the Lagos State University Teaching (LUTH) for treatment after vomiting blood on a movie set in Abule Egba.

The Lagos-born Yoruba actor is best known for his movies Jide Jendo, Hally The Drummer and Omo Oran which he starred alongside veteran actor Fatai Adetayo.

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BBNaija: 10 Unforgettable moments from ‘Level Up’ season

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28 Housemates thrilled fans with a lot of unforgettable moments in this season’s BBNaija show which culminates on Sunday night with Phyna’s emergence as winner.

From relationships to fights, tears, friendships, disqualifications, evictions, competition, twists, fake housemates, riders, and a plethora of fun-loving moments.

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Compiled in this report are 10 unforgettable moments from the just concluded Level Up season.

  1. Beauty’s Shocking Disqualification
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In Week 2, Beauty Tukara was disqualified from Biggie’s house before the names of the first evicted housemates were released.

The historic early disqualification was shocking to fans and housemates. Beauty was disqualified on August 7th 2022 after earning her third strike for breaking house rules.

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She received her first strike for pulling Ilebaye’s hair during a fight and earned a double strike after she threw her wig, glasses and attempted to break Groovy’s microphone during another misunderstanding.

  1. Memorable Fights
BBNaija host, Ebuka, clears air on reports housemate Groovy has bad breath

Apart from Beauty’s fight with Ilebaye and Groovy. Another memorable fight is Groophy-Groovy and Phyna Vs Shella- Sheggz vs Bella. The fight started when Head of House, Phyna cautioned Bella over her complaint about leftovers not awarded to her. Groovy and Sheggz defended their lovers.

Other fights are Bella vs Rachel and Chichi, Chichi vs Adekunle and a lot more.

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  1. Level 1 vs Level 2 House Competition

The season started with 24 housemates who were splited into two different houses of 12 housemates each. Level 1 house was better furnished than Level 2 house.

Level 1 housemates such as Eloswag, Hermes and Adekunke mostly won the Head of House and nominated for eviction which made Level 2 house vulnerable to eviction.

Level 2 housemates, Christy O, Cyph, Khalid, Ilebaye, Pharmsavi, Kess, Amaka, and others were victims of eviction in the first few weeks.

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Biggie later switched the houses and few weeks later, he joined both housemates together as they all levelled-up.

4.Chomzy’ s investigative Wahala over Groovy’s alleged sex with Phyna

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Chomzy caused a rift in the house when she tried to investigate the alleged sex between her love interest, Groovy and Phyna. The housemates tried to know who started the gossip between Amaka, Chichi and Bella and Amaka was widely accused for starting the gossip.

  1. Amaka’s immediate eviction

Fans were shocked when Biggie introduced a new twist as he instructed housemates to nominate three fellow housemates for immediate eviction. The lot unfortunately fell on Amaka. The housemates defended their decision as they complained about her troubles in the house.

  1. Shella, Groophy, Khaniella, Dechi- Ships and Love Triangles

This season saw a lot of relationships with Sheggz and Bella – Shella leading the way with drama and fun.
There was also a love triangle for Giddyfia who took turns between Amaka, Diana and Rachel.

Other ships are Groovy and Phyna- Groovy
Deji and Chichi- Dechi
Khalid and Daniella- Khaniella
Elomzy- Eloswag and Chomzy
Hermes and Allysyn

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  1. Phyna’s Historic Head of House Win

Phyna emerged as Head of House in Week 8 which was historic and memorable for the Level-2 housemates who were reduced due to eviction.

She became the first Level-2 house to win the Head of House Game after a dominant record from Level-1.

  1. Fake Housemates

Deji and Modella were introduced as fake housemates at the start of the second week. They were not eligible to win the grand prize and get evicted until Biggie finally sent them out.

Modella was given a task to disrupt relationships in the house but she couldn’t carry it out because she was afraid of Betrayal.

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Deji carried out his task of causing rift and tension in the Level-1 house, further asking to be moved to Level-2 house.

  1. House Riders&Controversial Level 3 House

Chizzy and Rachel were introduced as House riders in the third week.
They were also ineligible for the grand prize and eviction and stayed till the last week of the show. Both housemates were given instruction to cause rifts in the house and they performed well in their task.

Chomzy, Eloswag and Doyin were evicted on September 11th but were moved to Level-3 house as guests in a new and controversial twist by Biggie.

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They were later moved to the main house to participate in sponsored games, tasks and daily activities as many fans complained about the unfair privilege given to them.

The guests and other housemates thought it was a fake eviction until Biggie sent then out the following week.

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10. Phyna emerges winner

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Ijeoma Josephine Otabor, Phyna has emerged winner of the BBNaija Level Up S7 by beating Bryann in the final.

She walks away with the conveted 100 million grand prize including N50m cash and N50m worth of other awards from the show’s sponsors.

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BBNaija: 10 Unforgettable moments from ‘Level Up’ season

Do you think we missed anything? If yes, you can notify us in the comment section below.

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BBNaija s7: Following eviction, Pere Egbi names top 3 housemates for grand finale

Following last night’s eviction which saw three housemates leave the show, thereby paving way for the rest at the grand finale, reality star, Pere Egbi has presented his stance on the top three housemates.

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Following last night’s eviction which saw three housemates leave the show, thereby paving way for the rest at the grand finale, reality star, Pere Egbi has presented his stance on the top three housemates.

Recall that Groovy, Sheggz, and Hermes were shown the exit doors on Sunday night, 25th September leaving Phyna, Bryann, Bella, Adekunle, Chi Chi, and Daniella to battle for the N100M grand prize. Chizzy and Rachel are riders, hence they can’t win the prize.

In the face of uncertainties, Pere Egbi took to his Twitter handle where he affirmed that Phyna will emerge as the winner, Bryann the 1st runner-up, and Adekunle 2nd.

Read Also: Why I promote gender equality – Tems

He wrote:

Pere Egbi names top 3 housemates for grand finale

Pere Egbi names top 3 housemates for grand finale

“Phyna will win this, Bryan will be 1st runner up. Adekunle will be 2nd runner up.”

In a follow-up tweet, Pere who appeared unsure about his initial prediction subsequently listed his top three housemates in no particular order.

“Bryann, Ade and Phyna…, my top three. The others will be okay abeg.”

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Why I promote gender equality – Tems

Why I promote gender equality – Tems: Sensational Nigerian songstress cum composer, Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems had quite an engaging moment at the Global Citizen Festival in Ghana …

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Sensational Nigerian songstress cum composer, Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems had quite an engaging moment at the Global Citizen Festival in Ghana where she spoke about why she always promotes gender equality.

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Why I promote gender equality – Tems

Why I promote gender equality – Tems

As fans cheered on, Tems was asked why she always promotes gender equality in her song and podcast by the hosts.

The singer who is known to celebrate her female colleagues, said in response that she promotes gender equality because women do not get enough chances. She added that women need more chances and opportunities, and if she can give it, then she would.

Tems who recently revealed her mum being attacked by robbers is the inspiration behind her ‘Mr Rebel’ song said:

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“We don’t get enough chances. Women need more chances, women need more opportunities in this world. And if I can give it, why not.
“I feel if you love someone you show them off.
“And I want to show off every woman in this world because they deserve it”

Read Also: How Eniola Badmus Went From A ‘Sugar Mummy’ To ‘Side Chick’

Little wonder Tems responded to her senior colleague, Waje’s request for a collaboration.

Waje, born Aituaje Iruobe, attracted mixed reactions from fans after she publicly sought a collaboration with Tems in a Twitter post.

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In a tweet late Monday, the 42-year-old pleaded to her fans to convey her wishes to the ‘Crazy Tings’ star. Waje tweeted:

“Imagine @temsbaby and I on track. Please, guys, whisper to her.”

Responding to the request on Tuesday, September 20, Tems quoted the post, asking the vocalist to check her inbox. She replied:

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“Check yah dmss Siss.”

Waje made her debut in the music industry with a feature on P-Square’s’“Do Me’ in 2007, while Tems came to the limelight in 2019 after her single, ‘Try Me’.

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