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Monday, October 24, 2016

Why Nigerian remain ILLITERATES calling @KoredeBello's #Mamas2016 outfit a Plumber's #HNNStyle

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So I cursed up anyone that bashed that outfit with DEATH! Nigerians it's called a Jeans Jumpsuit. My people are very illiterate. They don't have a concept of fashion or anything else. The same illiterates will convert First Lady Aisha Buhari's outfits into Nigerian money not having an idea that these US/UK bought fashions are moderately cheap abroad. he outfit in the picture of me and Korede will prolly be called a prison inmate's outfit too. SMH--KOO

@CiJournalism #HNNAfrica MOURNS Wkileaks Director Gavin MacFayden MY MENTOR in INVESTIGATIVE Journalism #HNNmemorial

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WikiLeaks director and founder of the Centre for Investigative Journalism Gavin MacFadyen has died at age 76. The cause of death is a longtime battle with lung cancer. He died on Saturday. So many online tributes have been posted including one from WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange.

“We are extremely sad to announce the death of Gavin MacFadyen, CIJ’s Founder, Director and its leading light,” the Centre for Investigative Journalism team wrote on its Twitter.

Gavin was a fighter and one of those I looked up to for good quality investigative journalism, something Nigerians hate and still alien to the enemies of truth. Rest in Peace Gavin--KOO

#HNNMoney How Fmr Gov Rotimi Amaechi used N40B to fund King B's PRESIDENTIAL campaign!


The Signal states they have received credible information that the immediate past governor of Rivers State and current Minister of Transport, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi illegally acquired and diverted not less than N40 billion of Rivers State funds into the presidential campaign of the All Progressives Congress (APC) which saw the emergence of Muhammadu Buhari as President, emerging details are revealing.

Funds running into billions of naira were unaccounted for in sleazy misappropriations allegedly facilitated and presided over by the former Rivers State governor. Sources informed about the shady deals under Amaechi availed SIGNAL, details that show how Rivers State’s treasury was emptied into private concerns of the former governor as well as the APC presidential campaign.

#Drake30 How I met @Drake's family at the 2010 #Junos #HappyBirthdayDrake

Drake and younger Kay Jeezy 2010 (
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Drake's mom Sandy Graham and Kay Jeezy (
This story has been said over and over again. It was Kay Jeezy my teen son who by fate made it happen. He went to the toilet and on coming back he recognized Ms Sandy. Sandy Graham, Drake's mom was entering the restaurant where we were about to have dinner when KJ hurried to her to come meet his mom a music journalist and eat with us. Sandy obliged.

Drake on the other hand came in and couldn't find his mom. Then the waiters brought him over to us and voila, we all took pictures and he did an endorsement for KJ's old blog The Kid Reporter. KJ has been blogging since 6yo and his blog got accolades from Canadian media who all interviewed him while we were there 2007-2012.

Drake's uncle Steve passed away 2 years later. It was a difficult day for all of us. He cancelled his concert and rushed back to Toronto. Uncle Steve will forever be remembered. Hear his advice to my son on becoming big like Drake. I'm sure he's pretty happy about all Drake's success looking down from heaven.

#Drake30 Here are photos of @Drake's past birthdays #HappyBirthdayDrake

Drake's 28th birthday in Atlanta had everyone from Wale to famous DJ's and his regular entourage and crew including CJ, Chubbs and bestie P.Reign. He also invites us yearly to his OVO concert in Toronto with a lavish afterparty. Photos by Prince Williams/ATLPics

#Drake30 A TOUR of one of @Drake's homes in #America #HappyBirthdayDrake

Just look at the cozy indoor lake in this house. Just thought I should show you this. Drake has homes all over the place now and is building a billion dollar mansion in Toronto as we speak. when that's ready, I'll be at the house warming. lolz--KOO 

How @Drake made it so BIG at 30 yo #Drake30 Happy Birthday Drizzy!

He focused on that work. In the next post, Ms Sandy told my son Kay Jeezy that you must have a funky mom who loves your music and his late uncle Steve also told my son it is "hard hard work.".

What else can I tell you about Drizzy? A big overall success. Many haters in Canada did not even think he would make it to 30 yo let alone this BIG at 30. Happy Birthday to a music giant with so many strides.

He won an MTV Africa Music award over the weekend and also made history for the most streams globally on Spotify for his track "One Dance." His album "Views" made a billion streams on Apple Music. Drake also picked up a Grammy last year, has the most nominations in next month's American Music awards and also snagged an award in last month's BET Hip-Hop awards. The sky is not even the limit--KOO

Happy 30th Birthday to my son Aubrey Drake Graham (@Drake) #OctobersVeryOwn #HNNBirthday

What else can I tell you about Drizzy? A big overall success. Many haters in Canada did not even think he would make it to 30 yo let alone this BIG at 30. Happy Birthday to a music giant with so many strides. He won an MTV Africa Music award over the weekend and also made history for the most streams globally on Spotify for his track "One Dance." His album "Views" made a billion streams on Apple Music.

How I met Drake: In 2007 on the Beyonce line. Drake was an aspiring rapper and actor on the Canadian TV series DeGrassi. He was standing in line at the Molson Amphitheater concert hall for Beyonce's 2007 concert and fashion launch trip to Canada. He was in front of me and I yelled "Drake it's you the disabled kid from DeGrassi"

Next he found out I owned HipHossip, Canada's leading music blog which propelled my music journalism career. He would start sending me mixtapes for promotion. I promoted his music FREE on my website. He was worth it. I later interviewed Drake on many red carpets and he always had time to speak to me. MMVA's, Juno Press room and even his best friend P.Reign's community events. Then I met his family. See the NEXT POSTS for more--KOO

#HappyBirthday to the DYNAMIC Tila Tequilla (@AngelTilaLove) #HNNBirthday

Tila Tequilla is one of my favourite celebrities. Today we are all celebs one way or another. I am considered a media celebrity, Kim Kardashian a TV reality socialite celeb. Many titles on many public figures. Tila sings, acts, reality shows, name it!

I first met Tila at the 2009 Much Music Video award in Toronto, Canada where I interviewed her on the red carpet. She was the most popular person on MySpace and I was so glad to meet her in person.

Some of you remember me being the most popular Nigerian on MySpace when Andrew McCollum looked for me in 2003 to join Facebook as a beta tester. Her MTV show "A shot at Tila Tequilla' was a bisexual themed dating show was the highest rated show on MTV in 2007 when I was in Canada.

Tila is still waxing strong and one of my all time FAVE celebs. She's got a beautiful daughter Isabella born on my mom's birthday November 16th and guess what, she's endorsed Donald Trump *winks* Happy Birthday Tila, my fave Singaporean Texan!--KOO

Friday, October 21, 2016

#HNNMemorial: My STATEMENT on @CityPeopleMagz Deputy Editor #BolaDavies's DEATH!

Late City People Deputy Editor Bola Davies (left) with KOO (Facebook)

For Immediate Release
Contact: David Perez
HNNAfrica Sr Publicist
Toronto, Canada


Global Journalist Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo Pens Tribute to Bola Davies, late City People Magazine Deputy Editor

Nigerian International Journalist and Social Media personality Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo was called "a giant as far as social media is concerned" by City people magazine in 2015. Kemi who is covered a lot by this magazine and known to voice her opinions frankly on social issues has released this statement on the death of her beloved media colleague and family friend Bola Davies the Deputy Editor of Nigeria's first tabloid soft sell magazine City People. Davies was the longtime Ibadan/Oyo and Osun states Correspondent and was loved by many public figures and citizens in the states. She passed away 19th of October, 2016 after a brief illness. Below is Olunloyo's statement:

On June 11th 2016, my father Victor Omololu Olunloyo notified me that our journalist and family friend Bola Davies was diagnosed with breast cancer and was hospitalized. I was shocked and upset. I took to my Facebook page to ask my fans to deeply pray for her . While this was going on, I made efforts to see her but I could not get location information and I assumed that her family wanted privacy as she was in an undisclosed hospital. As a US trained health care professional in addition to being a journalist, I have been front, center and back in the war against breast cancer. This October Breast Cancer awareness month, I urge every Nigerian woman to pls get a mammogram and perform a self test on the 11th monthly. Bola did not die in vain. She was a fighter. She is now free and I am releasing this statement to tell Nigerians of my greatest moments with her. Bola was like a member of my family. She attended all our glamorous family events just to cover them for City People. She worked while she socialized with us. Most reporters could not do both at the same time. She always took Aso Ebis and blended perfectly with us on our occasions. My brothers wedding, my dad's 75th birthday and my late grandmother's 7 and 40 day Fidaus hosted by a President and 19 past governors as guests invited were the most special of her coverage. She knew the magnitude of these occasions and covered them gracefully in her final write ups complete with photos in City People magazine. This was why people flocked to the newsstands to grab copies: The Bola Davies Oyo column!! Bola and I met again at the Alaafin's palace on his 2012 birthday. Publisher Seye Kehinde was with us. While waiting for the king, we turned the moment into a big interview. My deportation from Canada and the real story of what happened. I gave the exclusives to City People. Till today, many don't even know why Canada kicked me out. It's not online as my high profile political deportation reason was never released by the Canadian government. Bola went straight to the point. She knew her selling point and how to get the strategic areas of the story. She was taught journalism well. Bola attended my grandma's Fidau. The photos were exclusive and tastefully done. That was a huge event for one reporter. She tackled it and delivered. I will attach the purple aso ebi photo to my press release. That was the last time I set eyes on her. December 2013. Finally there was one thing I just loved about Bola. She was always watching public figures for potential news. A good Journalist goes to the source not hearsay. 'Bola Bola poke noser" as I called her always called or texted me to "interrogate" me. I have turned down lunch and dinner, even business dates with some of my prominent single male friends who she calls "the big boys of Ibadan." Why? Because I tell them "Ahh, if Bola Davies sees us together dining there, she's gonna write about us O!" which will read "Is Mr X Kemi Olunloyo's mystery man?". It happened before and we both laughed it out. My father and I read City People religiously. I remember calling the vendor to always scan the Oyo Gist section to see if I'm there weekly. Though we purchase it weekly, if my name was spotted in the Bola Davies section, that meant multiple copies. Gosh, I love nosy reporters! I am one. There is nothing better than the media watching the media. I am the most written about media personality in Nigeria. Bola, from me to you, we may have lost you but remember you are now FREE. You are now looking down on me. Heaven has gained a new angel. Everybody at City People and Ibadan misses you. I know exactly what you are doing up there. You are looking down at me writing about me in "Heavenly People magazine." Don't worry, one day I will be there to get all my past copies. See you at the crossroads Bola! I love you baby sister! I wrote this because I don't want anyone to forget about you and your good work.

Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo
CEO/Founder @HNNAfrica
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