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#Bbnaija Winner Mercy Eke Gets Hotel Upgrade In Dubai



Big Brother Niaja Pepper Dem winner, Mercy who is currently in Dubai has taken to social media to share her joy as the hotel recognizes her and gave her an upgrade to a better suite.

She shared a video with caption:

‘Guess what ? @vhoteldubai recognized that I MERCY LAMBO IS IN THE BUILDING ….. and decided to upgrade my room … when they called I was like okay 💁🏼‍♀️ little did I know that I was moving to the best suite in the hotel …… look what we got .. I’m blown away 🥰this is so lovely 🥰🥰🥰 thank you @vhoteldubai I absolutely love it and I’m definitely coming back … SOON …..’


Bankruptcy: Katie Price is almost unrecognizable again… loses drastic weight



Katie Price has reportedly lost a stone of weight in just two weeks from the stress of her bankruptcy woes.

The former glamour model, 41, has worried pals after her financial misery and spiraling debt has left her “rushing around the place” and unable to eat properly.

The brunette bombshell is thought to be flogging her pricey possessions and selling products online in a last-ditch attempt to recover some of her finances, however, she is now rumoured to be physically suffering.

A source close to the TV star spoke to Sun Online about Katie’s “worrying” weight loss and “liquid diet” due to the stress of her problems, not only with the bankruptcy but also fears she could be homeless by Christmas.

The insider revealed to the publication: “Katie’s dropped around a stone in two weeks, it’s really worrying.”

They added: “She’s rushing around all over the place, and is really stressed out. She hasn’t cooked a proper meal in weeks and is practically on a liquid diet.”

The ‘worried’ source blamed Katie’s dramatic weight loss on her being declared bankrupt.

Just last week, Katie’s fortunes took a tumble after it was revealed she owed £800,000 to creditors.

The source continued: “Even when she went to Sheesh the other night she only ate a couple of prawns and a bit of meat. Normally, Katie loves junk food and takeaways so everyone’s really worried.”

It has been reported that the skint star has resorted to flogging off her belongings, including the £230,000 diamond engagement rings ex-husband Peter Andre bought for her.

After a chaotic few week, it seems that Katie’s bankruptcy woes could leave her forced out of her infamously mucky mansion just before Christmas.

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Video: #BBNaija’s Ifu Ennada In Tears As She Announces The Closure Of Her Multi-million Naira Hair Business



Reality star, Ifu Ennada has revealed that she’s closing down her seemingly thriving multi-million naira hair business.

The actress in an emotional video, broke down in tears as she made the announcement, saying its her time to give up on her dreams.

Recall that Ifu Ennada made headlines for a commendable effort after she turned her passion for natural hair care into a multi-million naira business, called ‘BeautIFU Ennada’.

She however seems to have given up on her dreams as she reveals that she can’t continue anymore, saying that she has tried and no longer knows what God wants from her.

“I can’t do this anymore…I’ve tried. I don’t know what God wants from me, I don’t know why this happened now… @beautifuennada is now in God’s hand. I’m done for now.”

Recall also that Ifu Ennada recently said that she spends N1 million on perfumes in just a week.

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I removed my womb – Nigerian Journalist who exposed Nigeria’s struggle with codeine addiction speaks on her battle with breast cancer and fibroid



Ruona Meyer, the award winning Nigerian investigative journalist who got nominated for an international Emmy over her work which exposed codeine addiction in the country has opened up on her battle with fibroid and breast cancer.

Meyer, who underwent a successful treatment while studying on scholarship for her doctorate degree, said she removed her womb over fear of carcinogenesis, a move which turned out to be less important.

Ruona also disclosed that she was battling breast cancer the whole time she was investigating cough syrup addiction in Nigeria.

The journalist, who was quite cheerful as she shared her story, tweeted;

“A year ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Jan 5 to mid-June I had chemotherapy. July 10, I opted for a full mastectomy and declined implants. I’ve been in remission since July 18. To start this awareness thread, here’s me on my last day of chemo!” Meyer wrote.

“I always had really bad fibroids – inherited from Mum’s family, along with the slim figure. In 2015, I had to have yet another operation. The doctor said fibroids were too big, so he literally reached behind his desk & gave me a drug to reduce them.

“So, in 2015, I had to have yet another operation. Doctor said fibroids were too big, so he literally reached behind his desk and gave me a drug to reduce them. Name? Esmya. As the child of a nurse, I immediately opened the packet. Side-effects? Rare risk of breast cancer.

“Me: Doctor, I don’t want this medicine.

“Him: You’ve to reduce the fibroids or surgery will end in a hysterectomy or greater risks.

“Me: It doesn’t even remove fibroids! Am I to risk cancer just to reduce fibroids? Egbami.

“Am I to pour acid on myself, to ease a hot water burn?

“He asked if there’s breast cancer in my family. I said no. Did a breast check with hands. He said I had no dense tissue in my breast and should not worry. The risk is small, compared to the fibroids squishing my organs. Fam. Na so I enter one chance.

“I start taking Esmya, and two weeks later…HAIR started growing on one nipple. Egbami. I stopped immediately. Told Oga Doctor. He said if I did at least 8 weeks, it would really help reduce the fibroids. Said to continue. I said no. He said my operation would be risky.

“Me: If this can cause hairy nips in 2 weeks, I don’t want to know what else it will do. Doc continued singing my operation would be risky. So I turn to OT Genasis and sing CUT IT!

“Me: Cut off the womb! Rather be womb-less than get cancer via fibroids! You need to cut itt

“That was why I had a hysterectomy, in 2015. Fam, 6 weeks later? I discovered a LUMP… in Miss Hairy Nipple breast. Ran back to Doctor Wayray and he said oh no, it is just a cyst. I was basically in and out this idiot’s office for the next few years – he said it was a cyst.

“One time, he said it was the tissue from the weightlifting I was doing at one point, so I stopped. Still, the lump was there. He insisted it was a cyst. By 2017, me and my definitely precancerous lumps moved to Lagos, and began working there. Fam! All the time I was doing Ughelli low-budget Nancy Drew, investigating cough syrup? I had breast cancer. BREAST. CANCER. Jesu!!!! Till now, I shudder at it.

“All the time I was saying “I am so sorry,” to my late elder cousin who was having a bad reaction to chemo in Lagos? I was a cancer patient myself. Mad oh! In fact. Stop reading this thread NOW and go check yourself because with cancer ehn…e fit be you oooo!

“Soon I was always tired, and out of breath, with night sweats. At a point, my GP in Germany was testing me for allergies. When he saw nothing, he said you need to try and get a mammogram, as you say you have a lump. Go to your Gyno and ask.

“I said I already did, even wanted to do private but Doctor Gyno Wayray refused refer me! My GP left me with “well you have to keep trying. Get a mammogram.” That man saved my life! I became very aggressive about the lump on purpose, because even with bleeding, still no mamo!

“So I went back and said, give me a mammogram. He said I was not yet 40. I told him I would not leave. I was ready to scatter the place, fam. To stop my shouting and disruptive behaviour, he gave me the mammogram referral. The mammogram lab technicians sent me straight to biopsy.

“I was diagnosed with Herceptin positive DCIS cancer on 4 Dec 2019. I was more relieved than scared at that exact moment. Because it validated my anxiety and symptoms. You are not a hypochondriac. You are not mad. You have to be your own advocate.

“Six days later, I lost my childhood bestie died. I needed a grief therapist. On 5 January, same day I was to move to Leicester for my PhD, I was instead starting chemo. My oncologists were going to be treating me as stage 4, based on the time I had been exhibiting symptoms.

“In fact 6 months earlier, I was in the same hospital with chest pain; they had suspected a heart attack but we now know it was tumors pressing on my chest. Due to this lady’s video, I now know this is a sign in left-sided tumours on in women.

“Meanwhile, as per suspected stage 4, I had to have a bone biopsy 2 hours before I started chemo. Those days were hell, but my doctors urged me to be strong – they could not stop treatment for tests, and vice versa. I agreed.

“When my EXTRA-SUPPORTIVE supervisors maintained that they were retaining my PhD scholarship, I had a goal to strive for. They treated me like they knew I was going to get through this. I continued to work, even shifted my chemo to allow my award travels, not the other way round.

“Special shout out to Professor Price and Dr @richarddanbury, who’s in this pic with me March 25 – I was halfway through with chemo. Because of you both, I was able to see life away from doctor appointments, needles and pain.

“I had 4 tumours, and named them.

“Felicia” for the one my oncologist called “a satellite” which was growing towards my neckline I REALLY wanted the bitch gone. And other names J, T and C for some especially evil creatures I encountered in the year 2017.

“I would imagine the EC chemo aka “Red Devil” was Rosé, getting them dead-drunk. By late January, Felicia was the first one to disappear. My doctor’s eyes watered as she said Ruona, we cannot find it! Me, shaking my bumbum, that day, saying – bye, Felicia!! Stupid bitch.”

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