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12-year-old Russian boy alleged as founder of TapSwap

A 12-year-old Russian boy has been reported as the founder of TapSwap, a popular cryptocurrency app that allows users to tap on a game and earn coins that can later be turned into real money.

In a series of posts on social media, the boy, whose real name isn’t yet known, has been rumored to be the creator of TapSwap.

@Babafella2: “So the boy who created the TAP SWAP App is a 12-year-old Russian boy. What could you create when you were his age?”

@itzclarkson: “Breaking News: 12-year-old Russian Boy creates Tap Swap app, gains popularity in Nigeria. OYA, make una continue tapping.”

@AkinBamTips: “TapSwap was created by a 12-year-old Russian boy who did it for homework.”

@sparkle_akoga: “So it is a 12-year-old Russian Boy who created the Tap-Swap App. What is happening to our innovation and creative act?”

12-year-old Russian boy alleged as founder of TapSwap

Don’t do anything to my unborn baby you’re carrying – Comedian AY tells BBNaija’s Alex

Nigerian comedian and actor, Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY Comedian, has finally reacted to rumors that he is expecting a child with Big Brother Naija ex-contestant, Alex Asogwa aka Alex Unusual.

Recall that some blogs reported how AY impregnated Alex, claiming it was the reason his wife, Mabel Makun went online to talk about their marital crisis.

Despite keeping mum on the matter for a while, the reality star finally decided to address the allegation that she is carrying a married man’s child.

“I’ll take the high road on my own terms. ✍🏽#Alexunusual”, she captioned the clip.

On seeing the video she posted, AY took to Alex’s comment section to playfully act like he was truly expecting a child with her, asking her to take care of their unborn baby.

“Above all. Please don’t do anything to my baby that you are carrying. We must entertain all the 168 jobless people on social media.”

 
Don’t do anything to my unborn baby you’re carrying – Comedian AY tells BBNaija’s Alex

Oritse Femi’s ex-wife, Nabila reacts to his claim of her inviting 20 friends to beat him up

Nabila Fash, the ex-wife of Oritse Femi, has finally shared her side of the story in response to the explosive claims made by the popular singer.

It may be recalled that during a chat with media personality, Chude, the music star alleged that his former wife had 21 miscarriages while they were married.

The ‘Double Wahala’ crooner also claimed that she invited 20 of her friends, who overpowered and physically assaulted him during their marital crisis.

Reacting in an exclusive interview with Stella Dimoko Korkus blog, Nabila said the accusations are false, and she urged the public to ignore all that her ex-husband said.

The businesswoman asked a rhetorical question about how possible it is that she had 21 miscarriages and is still alive. Nabila also said she does not have up to 20 friends, so the attack he spoke about never happened.

She, however, confirmed that they are divorce and noted that she is currently abroad, working and living her best life.

Nabila said; “How is it possible that I miscarried 21 times and I am still normal? How is it possible that I lost 21 children? Why the lies? Please anyone who listened to his interview should disregard the narrative because it’s not true at all….

This is just a distraction, I am presently out of Nigeria working, so you can imagine the calls and encouraging words i have been getting, I was confused as to what was going on until it was made clear to me what he had said, this is a distraction but a funny one cos its all lies.

We are officially divorced. On March 21, 2024, our divorce pulled through, I am officially divorced and officially single and I am happy and living my best life!

“I don’t even have up to 20 friends and that never happened…..He is not the kind of person that anyone would attack and get away with it, so trust me that it never happened….it is a figment of his imagination.

“My marriage was a nightmare that I woke up from. I don’t believe in running down an ex so I will not banter words. God has blessed me and elevated me and I will not look back in regret. I am not angry and I am at peace.I found closure from all the horrible things that happened. My advice to young ladies is look before you leap cos that jump might land you in deep shit.”

 

 

Oritse Femi’s ex-wife, Nabila reacts to his claim of her inviting 20 friends to beat him up

Nigerian man uses juju to boost TapSwap luck

A Nigerian man has taken the TapSwap  game to another level by adopting native charm, Juju, with the aim of winning more coins on the app and turning them into real money at a later time.

This was revealed in a fresh video posted on a page on a popular social media platform.

In the said post, the man was calmly seated on the floor with his phone between his legs, showing the TapSwap game already open.

While at it, he poured some black powder, believed to be native charm or Juju, into his hand and performed some rituals with it.

Later, he poured it into his mouth and drank a sachet of dry gin.

The step taken by the man is believed to boost his luck in the TapSwap game and acquire more coins by using a traditional method to enhance his luck.

In reaction to the video, concerned individuals have taken to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.

Nigerian man uses juju to boost TapSwap luck

What I’d do if Liam turns out to be my grandson – Mohbad’s father

Mr Joseph Aloba, has revealed how he would react to the report if DNA test proves that Liam Aloba is indeed the son of Mohbad, and his own grandson.

While fielding questions during a morning chat on TVC, Joseph was asked by the anchors what he’d do if the boy turns out to be the child of his son.

He clarified that his interest in demanding a DNA test from Wunmi is because he wants to ascertain for a fact that the boy is his blood relative.

He clarified that his interest in demanding a DNA test from Wunmi is because he wants to ascertain for a fact that the boy is his blood relative.

What I’d do if Liam turns out to be my grandson – Mohbad’s father

I want women to learn from my mistakes – DJ Cuppy

Popular disc jockey, Florence Otedola, also known as DJ Cuppy, says she loves sharing her experiences with other women so that they can learn to avoid the mistakes she made.

The billionaire heiress stated this via her official Twitter account while sharing photos from an event she recently attended. She emphasised that every lesson learned is an opportunity to help someone else succeed.

Cuppy tweeted: “I love speaking and sharing my mistakes so other women can learn from them and avoid the same silly pitfalls!

Thank you for having me, @Ttall @tessysbrunches. Every lesson learned is an opportunity to help someone else succeed.”

I want women to learn from my mistakes – DJ Cuppy

Akon finally picks his favourite between Wizkid and Davido

Multi award-winning singer Akon has finally chosen a side in the never-ending comparison of Nigerian superstar singers, Ayodeji “Wizkid” Balogun and David Adeleke aka Davido.

While having a chat with a content creator identified as Issraissry, the ‘Locked Up’ hit-maker was asked to choose between Machala and the Omo Baba Olowo.

Akon explained that he would get in trouble for his response, but he picked Davido because the ‘Unavailable’ crooner is the ‘ultimate shouter.’

The Senegalese-American said; “I get in trouble for mentioning anything about Davido. I’m gonna go with Davido. He’s the ultimate shouter”.

Meanwhile, it may be recalled that Akon once revealed that he tried to sign the duo to his record label, Konvict Music, years ago.

It could be recalled that Aliaune Akon Thiam professionally known as Akon earlier expressed regrets for not signing Nigerian indigenous rapper, Olamide to his record label.

The Konvict Muzik founder said he wished he had signed the YBNL boss some years ago before he became a superstar and music executive.

According to Akon, the ”Melo Melo” crooner was his favourite artiste back then and he told him that the first time they met.

Akon said; “I would probably say the one person in Nigeria that I wish I had signed is Olamide. Honestly, I wish I had signed Olamide because he would have signed a lot of new artists anyway.

“Olamide was my favourite artist before he reinvented himself as a music executive. The first time we met, I told him he was my favourite artist”.

Akon finally picks his favourite between Wizkid and Davido

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