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Kenyan Jesus, Gucci Glasses & OluwaCassper | Here’s What Went Down this Week

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This week was quiet. It’s like people started taking the advice: stay hydrated and mind your business. But quiet no mean say yawa no gas. People will always misbehave, and we will always laugh. Let’s get into it.

Gucci Glasses

Because if she doesn’t give us, how do we take it? Ehn?

That was exactly what the Anambra State governor’s wife, Ebele Obiano, was thinking when she decided to attend that event—we hear it was a burial—wearing the limited edition $2,755 Gucci mask dotted with Swarovski crystals.

She gave us, and here’s how we took it.

Chi-Our-Mama on British Vogue Cover

British Vogue says when making a list of women who should feature on the cover of their Forces of Change issue, our Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was at the top. Why? Her phenomenal work with feminism, and her beautiful, beautiful novels.

The September issue, guest edited by the Duchess of Sussex, had Adichie with the line: “I long for more stories of women who are strong without being superheroes, who do not need to be extraordinary to be admirable.”

OluwaCassper, a Nigerian

South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest, quoting a Nigerian fan, said he wishes he were Nigerian. Why? Because Nigerians support their own. We mostly play local content on our TV and radio. We love our artists.

South Africans, though, did not want to hear it. They were not very happy. They were not having it.

The Jason Njoku Tweet that Shook Twitter

Tech entrepreneur and investor Jason Njoku is raising his children to survive in a globalised future. So he’s giving them the tools necessary: having them learn French, then Mandarin. The children, however, do not speak Igbo, their mothertongue. Aka, it’s not a necessary tool for survival in the future. The world won’t shake from its foundations, he says.

Kenyan Jesus

Blood of Jesus! Lmao, did actual humans fall for this s**t? Did people with brains see a man in a white robe and flowing blond hair and because of that believe he was Jesus. I have actually died.

I don’t understand, isn’t Jesus supposed to be in hevaven? Why is he going on a safari? Kenyans, please, what do you have to say for yourselves? WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY FOR YOURSELVES?!

And that’s all for this week. If we missed anything, as usual, let us know in the comment section.

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