Friday, June 13, 2008

What a Day!

Tim Russert, host of Meet the Press, a US TV program that I used to watch died. He was incredibly knowledgeable and a tough interviewer. It's saying a lot that for someone not interested in politics, I routinely watched Meet the Press. You will be missed, Mr. Russert.

Then, R. Kelly was aquitted on ALL charges in his recently ended child pornography trial. Unbelievable! But, then not really given how often the trial was pushed back (from six years ago) and the relaxed way Kelly was still able to continue about his business.

Yesterday, I learnt that M.K.O. Abiola had really won the June 12 1993 presidential elections. Thank you, Mr. Nwosu for clearing that up. Shifting more units of your new book wouldn't happen to have anything with that declaration, now would it?

Yesterday, I received my latest issue of True Love magazine and whose name jumped out at me from the cover? None other than Frances Uku, actress-on the-rise, blogger
and friend. Ms. Uku has a 4-page spread with some incredible looking photographs. It's not everyday you see such a natural beauty rocking her twists with total confidence on the pages of True Love. So, everybody grab ya copy NOW!!!! Or at least, whenever it hits the streets.

Then, out of the blue, someone sent me credit today. That was such an unexpected and touching gesture.


Standtall said...

I know pple die vevry day but the season seems to be the death roll of the famous and powerful. Mya their souls rest in peace including Adedibu of course.

Nwosu is a big joker trust me.

Whatelse do I mean to say? It has skipped my mind

Standtall said...

And yes, can we share the creidt pls???

Am happy for R. Kelly but I hope he's not really guity cos conscience is an open wound, if he has got one

Frances Uku said...

way to make a brown girl blush. thanks ore! xx

disgodkidd said...

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