President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday met behind closed doors with the Acting Head of Civil Service of the Federation, Dr Folashade Yemi-Esan, at the State House, Abuja. Metro news reports that Yemi-Esan took over from Mrs Winifred Oyo-Ita, who was asked to proceed on indefinite leave to allow the conclusion of the investigation being carried […]
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Cardi B just responded to allegations that she’s an affiliate of a violent street gang after Tekashi 6ix9ine dropped her name in court.
The hip-hop community was turned upside down Thursday afternoon when word got out that Tekashi was fingering more celebrities for allegedly being involved in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, the violent street gang that he was formerly affiliated with.
The first video featured a woman stammering while asking “What? What’s going on?!”
The other video is of Keke Palmer, in a video shot for Vanity Fair where she is unable to recognize a photo of former VP, Dick Cheney.
Along with artist Jim Jones, the rainbow-haired rapper reportedly dropped Cardi B’s name as someone involved … which caught everyone by surprise, including Cardi.
The “Hustlers” star seemingly denied the accusations later in the day when she posted two viral videos with the caption, “Mood.”
“I don’t know who this man is,” Palmer explained, adding, “I mean he could be walking down the street and I wouldn’t know a thing.”
Both of Cardi’s posts have been flooded with reaction from fans, laughing about her response to the gang allegations.
It’s been a rough day for Cardi, as she was also listed behind Nicki Minaj in Forbes’ annual list of “Highest-Paid Hip-Hop Acts” for 2019.
As we reported, After Forbes claimed that Minaj brought in $29 million while Cardi made a mere $28 million, the “Bodak Yellow” took to social media and proclaimed, “Where do Forbes be getting they numbers from cause they way off.”
The Nigerian Army has said that there is observed massive exodus of Boko Haram and Islamic State of West Africa Province (ISWAP) terrorists out of their hideout in Lake Chad Tumbus to north and central Africa sub-regions.
Colonel Sagir Musa, the acting director of Nigeria Army public relations, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday, September 19, in Abuja, The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
Musa said that the combined onslaught by the troops of Nigerian Army and Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) in the region on the identified hideouts of the terrorist was responsible for their exodus.
He said that there were credible reports from very reliable sources, indicating massive movements of the criminal groups out of the area towards Sudan and Central African Republic.
This, according to him, is as a result of successful artillery and aerial bombardments of their settlements and as the heat of the onslaught is becoming unbearable.
“This mass movement for their lives was necessitated by the sustained air and artillery bombardments by the Nigerian Armed forces and coalition forces of the MNJTF, which killed uncountable number of the terrorists and destroyed their weapons and equipment.”
The army spokesperson disclosed that the various national troops and the MNJTF were maintaining aggressive patrols and blocking positions against infiltration by the escaping criminals.
He said it was important to note that most of the Tumbus were located along the Quadrangular borders of Cameroon, Chad, Niger Republic and Nigeria.
“To further annihilate the fleeing terrorists, efforts are ongoing for continued shelling, bombardment and pursuits.
“Similarly, the countries in these sub-regions have also been contacted through the MNJTF headquarters,“ he said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the Nigerian Army had debunked reports of a plan by Boko Haram terrorists to carry out deadly attacks in certain areas and key facilities in Maiduguri, Borno state so as to inflict casualty and cause panic among Nigerians.
In a Facebook post, the deputy director of Army public relations, Colonel Ado Isa, assured the public that necessary measures had been put in place to checkmate the criminals purported evil plans.