Just because you’re not in tech claiming donkey abi unicorn status, doesn’t mean you don’t deserve good things. Come, let’s help you find a sugar mummy to sponsor your baby boy life.
Dear Nigerian men, enough is enough! Why are you still wearing net singlet in 2022? Please, let’s respect ourselves.
“I remember I would wake up every day, scared shitless just thinking about what she’d do next.”
These Nigerian men tell us why they left their relationships:
Remember when Styl Plus sang about Iya Basira stealing people’s destinies and putting it inside groundnut bottles? These songs had stories that had us going “WTF?”
President Buhari’s time is almost up and very soon, we will be saying hello to a new president. Let’s meet some of the people trying to replace our fave bad boy.
Today’s Man Like is @YemiiDavis, an art director and 3D designer. He talks about developing a thick skin after being bullied for his albinism, growing up as a true omo pastor and the mental health scare that led him to therapy.
And just like that, Nigerians are free from the shackles of VPN. Here are 10 funny ass memes that describe how Nigerians feel about the lifted Twitter ban.
Fit Fam! Fit Fam! Who Fit Fam epp again? Instead of sweating in the gym like a thief, doing the things on this list are guaranteed to make you super rich and happy.
If you were in secondary school or university when any of these songs came out, then, dear, maybe it’s time to get married.
January might be running this year, but SAPA is still catching up with us one by one. These young dads tell us how they’re trying to avoid poverty this month.
The subject of today’s Man Like is @YelaMusic88, a musician and branding executive. He talks to us about his relationship with his dad, navigating the depression that comes with being an artist and why women are more valuable than men.
Is it really a Nollywood film if they don’t squeeze like 20 popular actors and influencers into one screen like sardines? While this ensemble formula doesn’t always work (hello Chief Daddy 2), some films on this list have us holding out for hope.
#JusticeForSylvester: Sylvester’s family demands justice as Lagos state government dismisses the case and releases murder suspects.
Dear Nigerian men, we’ve helped you compile a wonderful New Year’s resolution list. Read, select and be blessed.
2021 was wild and we have the receipts to prove it. From Dangote’s butt and the silhouette challenge in January to the recent moaning competition and Psquare reunion, these were the craziest 2021 moments.
As we say goodbye to 2021 aka 2020 delta variant, we have decided to spice up your playlists with some of the best alté songs that dropped this year. Don’t say we didn’t do anything for you this Christmas.
Want to know the actors that carried Nollywood on their backs this year? From @NonsoBassey to @TheNengers, 5 film critics give us the best Nollywood performances of 2021.
Are you tired of going for concerts that don’t start until 2am? Omo, we are tired too. We did some digging and these are some of the valid reasons why our faves are always late.
How do you really know your baby doesn’t have bad vibes? Well, these Nigerian fathers know for sure and they decided to share their baby love stories with us. Awwwwww. Abeg, who’s cutting onions?
The subject of today’s Man Like is @yinkabernie, a singer producer and all-around creative. He talks about being a problem child, pivoting from music to tech, the relationship that changed his life and whether or not he’s coming back to music full time.
Nigerians rinsed Amapiano like crazy this year, so we decided to rank the best songs that dropped in 2021. And no, Ke Star remix is not number one.
We decided to rank the best Nigerian albums/EPs of 2021. Did your faves make it? Anyway, If you don’t like this list, we are more than ready to throw hands.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: