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Another late entry…my bad!
So how was your week? I had a very lovely week really…nothing much happened but its all good.
The next couple of weeks are going to be kinda exciting so I am really looking forward to that (I’ll fill you guys in on it soon)
So what did u get up to this week? Hope all went well.
Meanwhile, u guys had my dear friend in tears yesterday! Pandora’s box was truly blasted open with all your comments! She said was not expecting that kind of reaction but is grateful though and is trying to ‘handle’ it…I’ll keep u updated.
Anyway, here is Weekend Luv – The Survivors Edition

Frozen Pink’s Blog
Wow, this blog is very close to my heart for real. It inspires me when people like Overwhelmed Naija Babe and Confused Naija Girl decide to share their innermost thoughts and experiences with us. Sometimes it is heartbreaking but I really appreciate it because I know it can help other people heal their emotional scars. Please visit this blog.

Chude’s Blog
Chude is someone I admire soooo much. He is one of the guys behind the Future Awards which I talked about a while ago. He is a young man with so much promise and potential who has contributed so much to Nigeria already. Check out his blog.

Bab’s House
This blog is soooo different. A very unique concept. Nigerian people stand up! We are just too creative.

What’s Up
Check out Diamond’s Bachelorette Series. Very very interesting. Go ahead and vote for the Bachelor of your choice – HERE
Estella Ogbonna of Estella Couture will be showing at the Couture Fashion Week of the the USA International Fashion Shows. She is the only African designer showing so if you are in the tri-city area, buy your tickets and support her – HERE
Nollywood actress, Taiwo Hassanat Akinwande (Wunmi) regains her freedom – HERE
Mr. Nigeria is crowned and he is model, Brian Okpara – HERE
Molue bus crashes on Third Mainland Bridge and people are thrown into the Lagoon in Lagos. Tragic. – HERE
Anna Nicole Smith dies. Tragic end to a tragic life. I pray her baby daughter is able to enjoy and normal fulfilled life – HERE
A huge CONGRATS to Boorish Male and TMinx then TMinx and BabaAlaye then Vera and her Special Guyhorny (R Rated – do not click this link at work) . I hope I am not missing anyone. Your unions will be buttered!
Check out this very funny audio of an indian wife who finds out her husband is cheating with the help of a Radio DJ. Hilarious! – HERE

The Songs
I am keeping it strictly old school this week. The sound quality of the songs is not that great but its worth listening to.

Plantashun Boiz – Knock Mi Off
This was my song!!!!!!!! The Plantashun Boiz really killed it back in the day. Luv it!

Paul Play Dairo ft Mr Swave, Tonero, Slam – Mo S’ori Ire
This was Paul Play’s very first hit! A remake/remix of his father’s legendary jam. Very hot song.

Blackky – Bang Belly
This song used to make me laugh so hard but I realize now that it has a strong message. The things our young African ladies go through when the guys ‘do the deed’ and then start denying when the ‘bang belly’ arrives. Be safe, wrap it up or abstain.

I am seriously searching for Nel Oliver’s Babygirl!
Anyone who has to should pleasssssssse send it to me at bellanaija @ MUAH!

This post is dedicated to all your strong women out there. Who have been through so much but are still able to stand up strong and proud! U have nothing to be ashamed of because you are a survivor.

One Luv,

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  1. mystoriesmytestimonies

    February 9, 2007 at 6:34 pm

    nice post as usual…
    thanks for the songs and new blogs…
    you are special….

    have a lovely weekend…

  2. mystoriesmytestimonies

    February 9, 2007 at 6:43 pm

    just read frozen pink’ my story’..
    she is a survivor!!!!!….

  3. Favoured Girl

    February 9, 2007 at 7:01 pm

    Dang I wanted to be first!

    Another excellent post Bella, I sooo love the songs you put up this time. I still had “Mo So ri re” played at my wedding cos I love it! And back in 1999, hearing “Knock me off” made my day!

  4. mack

    February 9, 2007 at 7:02 pm

    I could almost smell the dance in your step while I read this. I’m also a sucker for light hearts as yours.

  5. Jaycee

    February 9, 2007 at 10:34 pm

    #5 Oh my goodness, I can’t believe the story of the Molue that crashed on third mainland bridge. My heart goes out to the families of those that passed as a result of this accident (plus you know how HUGE those molues are). May God continue to protect us…

    I really wanted to see a picture of Mr. Nigeria 2007…lol

    Abt Anna Nicole Smith…I just pray her daughter lives a beautiful life, I wish the stories could have been different…that she didn’t have to go thru all that legal turmoil while she was alive…


  6. NaijaBabe

    February 9, 2007 at 10:48 pm

    eleda mi mo di emu, dat was the jam mehn

    i feel so bad for anna nicole, may she rip

  7. NaijaBabe

    February 9, 2007 at 11:01 pm

    the naija thingy, wow
    frozen pinks story, wow
    This life o

  8. didi

    February 10, 2007 at 1:06 am

    its a pity about the molue.lagos has seen tragedies in recent times.
    nice blog as always

  9. Naija Vixen

    February 10, 2007 at 1:27 am

    “Bang belly” had me reminiscing lyk mad!!!Have a luvly wknd.

  10. Nilla

    February 10, 2007 at 2:03 am

    Thanx for the “Mo S’ori Ire”…

    May the souls of those that lost their lives in the molue crash RIP.

    And also May Anna-Nichole’s Soul RIP

  11. Chukky Eboka

    February 10, 2007 at 7:36 am

    bella i got here from your post on my blog which i regret not having been able to update in a long while recently got thrown into the naija labour market. i sooooo love your blog, its really cool and informative. keep up the good work. i have it on bookmark now.

    and no my tattoes were not permanent , i had them done on my last day at university (uniben
    ) there were pretty cool and made us feel gangsta. i know a pretty talented arabian that can do some for you though at mega plaza. if you in naija.

    and yeah i’m taking your advice

  12. Einner

    February 10, 2007 at 9:50 am

    Yup we need to stand up, some of us are getting there…

  13. BabsBETA

    February 10, 2007 at 11:09 am

    Thanks Bella for the Shout.

    About the standing up, I’ll rather choose to stand up for you. Your blog concept is great too. One i’ve been hooked on for months.

    I dont do drugs but I do Bella Naijja. LOL. Will mail ya.

  14. Omolabake

    February 10, 2007 at 5:58 pm

    I have been looking for that Nel Oliver cd “Baby Girl”….that song was so beautiful…..
    I hope I find it too ooo…so that when I get married (sometime this yr/next yr) I want to play it as the father-daughter song….lol
    I still remember part of the song… it goes….

    Omo mi baby girl
    To fe lo si le oko
    Adura mo gba fun ooo
    K’olorun mi….ma be looo..oooo
    Though I hate to see u go(chorus)
    I know you have your life to live
    But I can see love in your eyes…

    Can’t remember the rest….lol

  15. Vera Ezimora

    February 11, 2007 at 8:29 pm

    Bella, you always have so many interesting links that I dunno wat 2 click on. Needless 2 say, the one about Vera and Guy Horny are the absolute best, of course. Hehehehe.

  16. tatafo!

    February 12, 2007 at 11:07 am

    k this is my 1st time i cliked on guy horny’s blog…probably will be my last.

  17. uzo

    February 12, 2007 at 4:32 pm

    Thanks for pointing me in the direction of Frozen Pink’s blog. Lovely post as usual. This song you keep looking for, i have never ever heard. So i hope you get it soon………

  18. Justme

    February 12, 2007 at 9:52 pm

    One day I’ll get to be the first one to leave a comment………..

  19. laspapi

    February 13, 2007 at 1:46 am

    Hello Bella,
    Nice work here.

    I know a couple of radio presenters in Lagos. I could try to get Nel Oliver’s ‘Baby Girl’ off them. Its the video of the song that does it for me.

    As for ‘Bang Belly’, Blakky ‘stole’ that of the reggae artiste, Yellow Man.
    B. just gave it a new title.

  20. Overwhelmed Naija Babe

    February 13, 2007 at 9:50 am

    THanks for the shoutout luv… i just read frozen pinks story and it made me cold.. excellent post as always angel

  21. AvidReader

    February 13, 2007 at 2:13 pm

    Sisi Bella, how far now? 4 days & still no update. Abeg update ASAP!

  22. Icy

    February 13, 2007 at 4:51 pm

    Bella o da bi pe o fe jegba.. E be like say you wan chop cane.. I mean wut da heck.. WHY HAVE YOU NOT BLOGGED . If na joke make yous top am o. for real.. 🙂 I hope u’re doing good mama.. RAWK ON!!

  23. zaiprincesa

    February 13, 2007 at 6:50 pm

    sista, update now!

  24. Ehi

    February 14, 2007 at 6:45 am


  25. Favoured Girl

    February 14, 2007 at 12:38 pm

    Bella, where are you? I’m expecting a “Valentine’s Edition” post on your blog today.

  26. AyoRocks

    February 16, 2007 at 5:07 pm

    please i am looking for the babygirl song. I forgot his name was nel oliver. please i need that song!!

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