Tuesday, September 1, 2009


The Obama’s just got back for their week long much needed vay-kay. The first lady put some shoe style to her dress for all them hoes that hate on her attire.

Whitney Houston covers the current issue of Ebony Magazine and opens up about shedding her excess baggage and her rise and fall in the industry.

On her life journey and battles:

“I shed a lot of stuff, a lot of unnecessary weight in the last three or four years. I left a lot of old luggage behind, and when I did, the blessings just started pouring on me, and the light in my spirit started to liftagain.”

So now the Whitney overload will begin, i love a recovered drug addict story as much as the next man but damn, people are gonna ride this ~ish till the wheels fall off.


Fusion Media is a 3-D animation studio that is pushing the limits to come up with a cartoon that combines western design elements with cultural aspects that are ingrained in Nigerian culture. The insight into Nigerian culture (and the startling realization that Africans are VERY similar culture-wise) through a modern medium is refreshing.

The O Twins are modern kids in modern Nigeria. Their family’s perspective of life in Nigeria is shown to us in colorful 3-D animation. The sights, sounds and characters will probably remind us of different scenarios we may have encountered and this wonderful foray into 3-D symbolizes the fact that Africa has the talent and skills to come up with great multimedia products.

To learn more about the O Twins, visit the website.

Boris Kodjoe Returns For Exopa L-Fashion

DESPITE HIS promise to return for next year's edition of the Exopa Fashion Weekend, indications are that the Hollywood superstar with Ghanaian lineage, Boris Kodjoe, may be going back on word. Luckily, it is not in a negative way because the actor cum designer is likely to be returning to his fatherland sooner than promised.

Boris was in Ghana last July as part of the Exopa fashion weekend activities to launch his Ziami clothing line. He however could not be able to convey his designs down to Accra on time. He then told both local and international media, who covered the world class event, that he would be coming back to Ghana for next year's event to launch his designs then.

According to the CEO of Exopa, Sima Ibrahim, Boris has shown an interest in returning this December for Exopa's impending L-Fashion night.

This year's edition of the L-Fashion is being organized to promote and encourage plump models, would be bigger than last year's maiden event.


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