The said lady discovered that her boyfriend was cheating on her and so she decided to burn down his car (A range rover )funny story….reminds me of jasmine sulivan song (bust the window of your car)only this time the car was burnt. If you were the guy,what would you do?
WHO GOT MORE SWAG?????
Former Birmingham striker Christian Benitez has died at the age of 27, his club in Qatar have confirmed.
The Ecuadorean international, who played for Birmingham on-loan in 2009/10, had just signed for Qatari club El Jaish last month for a fee of £10m.
The club confirmed that he died in an official statement.
It read: “The club would like to offer its sincere condolences to the family of the player.
“Benitez had recently joined the club from Club America for three seasons. The player participated for the first time with the team during yesterday’s match against Qatar Sports Club in the Sheikh Jassem Cup without complaining of any health problems.
“His sudden departure is a big shock for each member of the technical and administrative staff. He was a player that over the short period he was here was regarded for his high moral character.”
Although the club did not confirm the cause of death, it is believed the player suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest after he played in his club’s match against Qatar SC.
Nicknamed ‘Chucho’, he was capped 58 times by his country, scoring 24 goals and he stands as the third highest scorer in Ecuador’s history. So SAD
The Ghanaian was up for possible eviction – along with Kenyan Annabel and Zambia’s Sulu – and contrary to expectations that only one housemate will be packing his or her bags home, two exited the show.
Annabel and The Chase’s strongest competitor Sulu saw their dreams of winning the US$300,000 cash prize crush in front of them.
After Sunday night’s eviction show, ten housemates – Elikem, Melvin, Beverly, Feza, Oneal, Cleo, Angelo, Nando, Bimp and Dellish – saw themselves making it to the final leg of the reality show.
But just when they thought the drama had ended, Big Brother addressed the housemates about an altercation between Elikem and Tanzania’s Nando.
Big Brother later reviewed a footage from the incident where Nando stated that he felt like stabbing Elikem and that “he deserves to die.“
The Tanzanian was later called into the diary room were Big Brother played a footage of him stating his intentions of stabbing Elikem. A scissors he had on him was also retrieved.
Nando received his third strike for the life threatening remarks and also shielding a dangerous weapon – scissors. He was subsequently disqualified.
This year’s Big Brother show has seen the imposition of a Three Strike Rule, were house mates who commit serious offences receive a strike for each offence. A third strike meant outright disqualification.
Nando, who had received a first strike for carrying a knife, received a second strike for the altercation with Elikem. The Ghanaian also received his first strike over the incident.
Elikem is Head of House
After a deadlock in the Head of House task last Friday between Elikem and Botswana representative Oneal, the two faced off Monday morning to determine who leads the house this week.
The two housemates were tasked to hit a golf ball in a hole with a buzzer.
The housemate whose ball enters the hole or is closest to the hole wins the task.
Oneal who was the first to hit his ball, hit it out of range. Elikem’s ball landed a few inches to the hole and was therefor
Nigeria’s Blessing Okagbare Saturday wiped out her London 2012 Olympic tears when she returned to the same venue at Olympics Stadium in Strafford and sensationally beat the world to win the 100m, setting a new African record in the process.
It was at the venue where she raised hopes of Nigerians but crashed them at the Olympics, getting to the final but placing last.
Before more than 80,000 spectators, the new Africa’s Queen of the tracks first broke Gloria Alozie’s 14 -year old record of 10.90 record when she returned in 10.86 seconds in the heats. She further lowered that in the final to produce what is now the talk in town, a sensational feat of 10.79 seconds.
“I see a world champion in her and I pray she makes it in Moscow during the World Championships. Setting a record is always a great thing. I congratulate her,”quickly reacted Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan who has been supporting Nigeria’s elite athletes especially Okagbare.
It was a strange afternoon in what was the deepest sprint field of the second day of the London Anniversary Games.
Reigning world champion Carmelita Jeter withdrew from the final with a quad injury, according to Flotrack, after running a season’s best 10.93 in her heat.
Jeter missed the U.S. championships in June due to a quad injury. With worlds just two weeks away, this is a situation to monitor.
Two-time Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce put up a very smooth world-leading 10.77 in her heat. But Fraser-Pryce was never a factor in the final, running a 10.94 for fourth place. The winner was Blessing Okagbare in 10.79 seconds.
Okagbare is also ranked fourth in the world this year in both the 200 and the long jump.