Don’t mess with my money

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Coming soon@keen kodez ft oyinlee

5 KILLED IN BORNO BY BOKO HARAM MEMBERS

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This is said to be the first attack in borno state after the election.

WIZKID AND CHRIS BROWN PERFORM IN SOUTH AFRICA

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WHAT BREAK UP? TYGA TAKES TYLIER JENNER FOR A SPIN IN IS 3 WHEEL MOTORCYCLE

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Didn’t Hollywood life say tyga has dumped Kylie after taking her virginity? The rapper and his teenage girlfriend were spotted zooming through woodland Hills in California yesterday in is $20,000 Polaris slingshot three wheel motorcycle. More photos after the cut.

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PHOTO YAKUB GOWON PAYS GENERAL BUHARI A CONGRATULATORY VISIT

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Former head of state general yakub gowon paid a Congratulatory visit to the president-elect Gen buhari at is residence in Abuja.

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CHECK OUT BANKY W SPANKING NEW PHOTO SHOT

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The R&B singer Banky releases dressed up in outfitwith by Mai atafo inspire for the ciroc campaign with dress, see more photos after the cut.

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LOVE SHOULD NEVER LEAVE YOUR HEART NO MATTER WHO HURTS You-AINNE IDIBIA

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The mother of two shared this on Twitter.

THE YOBOS SHOWS OFF THEIR NEW BORN BABY PIC

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The Oldest Cafe in Japan – Cafe Paulista

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Cafe culture started in Japan in 1911, when a few cafes opened up in Tokyo’s fashionable Ginza district. Of these the oldest still in operation is the Cafe Paulista (Paulista coming from Sao Paulo in Brazil), which opened in December 1911 operating under a peculiar 12 year contract of free shipments of coffee beans from the Brazilian government in order to spread coffee drinking in Japan. When the great earthquake of 1923 hit Tokyo and the destroyed the cafe at the same time as the free coffee agreement ended the management withdrew from the cafe business. It reopened in 1969 and moved to its present location on one of the main streets of Ginza in 1970. John Lennon and Yoko Ono both visited the cafe in 1969, according to legend. In 2003 there was a bit of flurry when records were discovered in Osaka City of a cafe having opened…

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