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Kenyan Girl Meets Black Panther’s Michael B Jordan

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A Kenyan girl had a fantastic experience bumping into the World’s sexiest man, Michael B Jordan.

The girl identified as Sheila Ajjie shared a video on social media, leaving her followers envious.

Sheila had a chance encounter with him. Using her Twitter page, Sheilaajjie cheekily wrote,

“Newest couple in town, you heard it here first.”

She appeared to be in West Hollywood California also sharing a video of their cute moment.

In the video, one could see the two lean in to each other for the video. Whew! Check out the video below;

In the comments section, Sheila was inundated with questions with one girl asking what he smelled like?

She responded

“like heaven”.

A man had a totally unrelated question asking, ‘Aende akunjwe kama ngumi??’ Sheila responded by saying, “Kukunjwa is importanter.”

Otherwise, Sheila left other girls envious. Some of those comments are below;

@Lsankei99·

I’m actually very jealous rn he’s gorgeous wow

@muthoniglo·

when will good things happen to me

@gambino_film·

This is your chance to replace Lori Harvey gooorllll

@karegii·Sheila

love wins

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Woman Claims Her Boyfriend Left Her at Maternity Ward to Have His PHONE Fixed

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A woman has gone viral after sharing a video online claiming her partner left her to get his phone fixed after she’d just given birth to their daughter.

According to Dailymail.co.uk Social worker Erinjade Rand, 31, from Sydney, is a mother of five to Cobi-jay, nine, Lukah, eight, Talea, six, Kiarna, two, but was left horrified when she underwent a ‘traumatic’ birth with her youngest daughter Reynah, now one.

Calling the birth ‘surreal’, she said the little girl had come out with the cord wrapped around her neck before doctors were able to help her breathe for the first time.

However, moments after the birth of her daughter Reynah, Erinjade claims her partner Jason Saavedra left her to go and get his phone fixed because of a cracked screen.

After the mother-of-five shared a video online after the experience, it quickly went viral, with many other TikTok users telling Erinjade she’s ‘better off without him’.

She said: ‘I’d just given birth in the birthing pool. The staff were attending to my daughter and I’d just got back on the bed when he said he was going to get his phone fixed.

‘The birth itself was extremely traumatic and surreal. Reynah had come out with the cord wrapped around her neck, so I had to keep her under the water which was scary.

‘There were alarms going off, she was staring at me completely blue not making any noise.

‘During this time my partner was filming it while I looked scared for my life.

‘He cut the cord. She had no oxygen, so they were trying to get her to breathe.

‘I was still in the bath left unattended without my partner comforting me.

‘He was still filming at this point and I was looking around thinking “am I really here?”

‘It felt so surreal but thankfully they got Reynah breathing. The midwife helped me out of the bath and into bed and I gave birth to the placenta.

‘At this point my partner said he was going to take his phone to be repaired.

‘I think I probably just nodded at the time, in complete shock at everything that had just happened.

‘All my kids were birthed naturally in the water and I’ve never had an experience like I did with Reynah. It was absolutely awful.’

She added: ‘My midwife was absolutely amazing and I really couldn’t have got through it without her. I don’t think she really liked him to be honest.

‘I say that because when I was in labour pushing away prior to Reynah, he was sat playing games on his phone and the midwife made digs at him.

‘She said “Are you going to come over and help her then?”

‘He said “Yeah, I will do when I’ve finished playing this game”.

‘That’s not even the worst bit. He went home and I still needed to shower and get myself ready to leave the hospital.

‘Normally dad looks after the baby while the mother showers but he wasn’t there so I stayed in the unit while the midwife watched her.

‘He was supposed to pick Reynah and I up to go home at 4.30pm but he didn’t turn up until at least 5.45pm. I think that annoyed the midwife even more.’

She added: ‘It was just completely unnecessary. Why would you need to get your phone fixed just after the birth of your daughter?

‘It doesn’t seem surprising to me though, he always loved prioritising pretty much anything he could over me.

‘After the birth and all the chaos of the relationship, we decided to have couples therapy.

‘In the session we were asked to say what was at the top of our priorities and for me I said it was my kids’ happiness that meant the most.

‘My partner said basketball was the top of his, and even when the question was explained to him, he still said basketball!

‘The therapist said he was a narcissist, which he didn’t like whatsoever but thankfully those sessions made me see it all so clearly.’

Although this turbulent relationship was incredibly painful for Erinjade, she said she has come out of the other side so much stronger following their separation.

She said: ‘This relationship has taught me so much. It’s taught me how to be aware and not as trusting.

‘It’s also taught me that if people don’t want to be helped then they can’t be helped.

‘I feel stupid, I thought he could do better.’

Erinjade’s ex-boyfriend Jason Saavedra said: ‘I didn’t leave Erinjade after she gave birth to Reynah.

‘When she went into labour, I asked for her permission to go and get my phone fixed.

‘This is because I wanted to get photos of my daughter when she was born, and I was out for no longer than ten minutes.

‘Then she gave birth to my beautiful daughter Reynah and got heaps of photos too.’

Via Daily Mail

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They Are Pulling You Down, Andrew Kibe Tells Bien

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YouTuber and Rogue radio owner Andrew Kibe has advised Bien to part ways with Sauti Sol, saying that the group pulling his career down.

Kibe shared his sentiments via his YouTube, and heavily denigrated the singer over his decision.

He stated:
“He comes and tells Sauti Sol, come I give you the formula of success. You give it to them, they go out and get it. Bien can do a song with anyone and it becomes a hit, including me.”

Undoubtedly, Sauti Sol are among the best performing artists Kenya has ever had.

Their impeccable prowess in making good music can’t go un-noticed.

The musical group has garnered hundreds of millions in terms of views on their music: making them an epitome of grass to grace success.

Bien is the most popular name in Sauti Sol’s group. And he’s the most followed among them.

Not only has he been on the frontline of pushing the group forward, but his solo projects prove it all- he’s immensely talented arguably.

The Kenyan band was formed in Nairobi, Kenya, by vocalists Bien-Aimé Baraza, Willis Chimano and Savara Mudigi in 2005.

Initially an a cappella group, guitarist Polycarp Otieno joined before they named themselves Sauti Sol.

Sauti Sol released their debut studio album Mwanzo on 1 November 2008, to critical acclaim.

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Their second studio album, Sol Filosofia, was released on 25 February 2011, earning the group a number of accolades and nominations in the process.

On 18 June 2012, the band released a self-titled extended play in collaboration with South African rapper and record producer Spoek Mathambo.

Live and Die in Afrika, their third album was released online on 21 November 2015 as a free download, available for 48 hours as an early Christmas present.

The band has had several successful tours in Africa and Europe, topped Kenyan charts and gained international attention with shows in Europe and the US, as well as television appearances and various accolades and nominations, including their 2011 concert performance in Kenya with South African a cappella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

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