#ICYMI: Omoni Oboli Goes Back To School, Linda Ikeji's Baby Was 'Made In Warri'
When you live in Nigeria you cannot blink because something is always about to happen.
You must keep your eyes glued to your mobile devices or you just might miss the action. However, if you happen to miss anything, Bounce News has got you covered.
Here's a quick recap of what was hot on social media today, September 3:
Celebrities have a way of sharing photos or videos of their good life on social media.
While some get appreciated for it, others get insulted for showing off.
But for actress and filmmaker, Omoni Oboli, its been more of the positive reaction as she says she is committed to living her best life now.
How? Taking classes at Oxford.
This is certainly not a good year for Barcelona and Argentina striker, Lionel Messi.
But the raves of the moment are Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, and still-fit Juventus striker, Cristiano Ronaldo.
They both, alongside Luka Modric made the final shortlist for the 2018 Best FIFA Men's Player award.
Her dress was ripe for the plucking literally.
Former Big Brother Naija star, BamBam, whose outfit to the 2018 edition of the African Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) became a controversial topic across social media platforms, has reacted.
BamBam, who shared more photos of her outfit to the AMVCA, told her critics ‘fashion is art’.
Nigerian celebrity blogger and media entrepreneur, Linda Ikeji has given out information about her baby daddy.
The expectant mother in a new post on Instagram said the father of the child she is carrying is Itsekiri, a tribe located in Delta state.
Since the millionaire blogger announced her engagement, a lot of people have been trying to figure out the identity of Linda Ikeji’s baby daddy.
Female Presidential aspirant, Eunice Atuejide has slammed a former Cross Rivers state governor, Donald Duke, for distancing himself from a comment he made concerning homosexuality.
In an interview with Laila and Falz, Donald Duke said.
“I don’t understand the emotional feelings a gay person would have toward someone of their sexuality. I don’t understand it. But I would not criminalise them. I would ensure that they have the protection of the law. But if they want to exhibit their sexuality, then that’s an affront on the current norms of society.”
After receiving backlash from many Nigerians who took his comment to mean he might rescind the law criminalizing homosexuality if elected into office, Duke released a statement yesterday saying 'Homosexuality is a crime in Nigeria and ought to remain so'.
She also put up her thoughts on Facebook:
"Don’t forget to share this article with your friends and family."