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Saturday, October 21, 2017

D'banj and Wande Coal stare deeply into each other's eyes...(photo)





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We haven't see a photo of Wande Coal in a while. The former label mates are still friend...

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Whether you feminists like it or not, it's a man's world...lol (photos)



Whether you feminists like it or not, it
87-year-old former lawmaker, Sen. Cyrus Nunieh pictured left with his new bride at their wedding in Port Harcourt this week and of course, Alaafin of Oyo with his youngest wife on her birthday this week...



Whether you feminists like it or not, it
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More Photos of Aisha Buhari with other first ladies at the D-8 summit





Photos of Aisha Buhari with other first ladies at the D-8 summit
Aisha Buhari joined wives of presidents of other D-8 countries at a luncheon in Istanbul, Turkey yesterday October 20th. See more photos below :
Photos of Aisha Buhari with other first ladies at the D-8 summit
Photos of Aisha Buhari with other first ladies at the D-8 summit
Photos of Aisha Buhari with other first ladies at the D-8 summit
Photos of Aisha Buhari with other first ladies at the D-8 summit
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Cardi B meets JLo (photo)



Cardi B meets JLo (photo)
..and she was happy she did. The rapper shared the photo on IG gushing about meeting the Latina beauty. They met backstage of the Tidal X event in New York...



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'APC will not make promises it will not keep, we keep our promises' Osinbajo says at party's governorship campaign in Anambra (photos)



Vice President Yemi Osinbajo was in Onitsha, Anambra state yesterday to flag off the party's governorship campaign in the state. While speaking to the party members to vote for the party's candidate, Tony Nwoye, during the November 18th election, Osinbajo said the party does not make promises it doesn't keep and that they would keep every electoral promise they make to Anambra residents.
'I have come on behalf of Mr. President, many people know already that our President is a man who loves this State, and if you are looking for evidence that he loves this State, I am sure that you will not look very far. The first time that he ran for President, his running mate was from this State, yes, Chief Chuba Okadigbo. The second time that he ran, his running mate was from this State also, Chief Ume-Ezeoke. So I want you to give Mr. President 3 Gbosas! (Crowd responds!) The APC government is a government that will do everything it has promised. We are not making promises for nothing. The second Niger Bridge, we have been talking about it for a long time, but for the first time, the President went by himself to negotiate the facility to do that second Niger Bridge. That is why the second Niger Bridge is in our current budget and we have provided for it. In fact, I am being reminded that just two days ago, the Sovereign Wealth Fund paid N2billion for that same project. (Sum paid to the contractor Julius Berger for early works) We will definitely see our second Niger Bridge, we will not make promises we cannot keep. When we were talking about railways, Lagos – Calabar railway, under the old administration, I will not mention them by name, they said Lagos will go to Calabar, there was no connection to the Southeast. It was when President Muhammadu Buhari came, that we re-designed the Lagos – Calabar, in order to pass through Onitsha in the first place. That new design is what we also have- the Port Harcourt - Maiduguri railway, which has a connection to Umuahia, Owerri, Enugu, and Awka. So we will not make promises we cannot keep, we will keep our promises'.
Speaking further, Osinbajo said
'This State was the first to receive our Home-Grown School Feeding Programme, we gave this State money first for that programme. And we have already in 807 schools, here in Anambra State, fed young children in primary schools. We have over 103,000 children that are already being fed here in Anambra. The school feeding programme is an APC programme and we have engaged over a thousand cooks. Also, we have our N-Power programme for young graduates. Already we have employed 4,518 young graduates and we intend to increase the number. We will not make any promise we cannot keep. That is why I am so sure you will be making the right choice, you will be doing the right thing. How many people know that when you do the right thing, you will get the right result? One plus one is two not two and a half, two plus two is four not four and a half. If you make the right choice, you will get the right results. When we made the right choice and voted the APC, we are getting the right results. By the grace of God, you in Anambra State will also get the right results. So it is my very special pleasure now, to invite the National Chairman to present our flag, I am going to join him. The proper person to present the flag is our Chairman, so that it will be valid, because we don’t want any invalid presentation of our flag, and I will also accompany him and all of us here will accompany him'.
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Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos


Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos

Eko Atlantic is a dynamic new city that is rising from the Atlantic Ocean, adjacent to Victoria Island in Lagos, Nigeria.

The project has been on for a while and these new photos from the project shows the city is gradually taking shape.

Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos

Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos

Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos

Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos

Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos

Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos

Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos


Stunning photos from the Eko Atlantic project in Lagos
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Stunning new photos of Linda Ikeji TV presenter, Tope Olowoniyan


Stunning new photos of Linda Ikeji TV presenter, Tope Olowoniyan
Tope Olowoniyan is one of the stunning presenters at Linda Ikeji TV. She presents The Interview and Verified which is a show to debut on our satellite channel. See more photos below...

Stunning new photos of Linda Ikeji TV presenter, Tope Olowoniyan
Stunning new photos of Linda Ikeji TV presenter, Tope Olowoniyan
Stunning new photos of Linda Ikeji TV presenter, Tope Olowoniyan
Tope with Jim Iyke on set of Verified...
Stunning new photos of Linda Ikeji TV presenter, Tope Olowoniyan
With Ramsey Nouah on set of The Interview
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New photo of Taylor Swift sparks pregnancy rumours





New photo of Taylor Swift sparks pregnancy rumours
There are rumors that Taylor Swift is pregnant after a new photo of her emerged.
In the photo, the 27-year-old singer looked bigger and had a protruding belly. Other recent photos on her Instagram shows her wearing a big sweater with her tummy hidden behind a guiter or a cat.
See the photo that sparked the rumors below. 
New photo of Taylor Swift sparks pregnancy rumours
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'This man Buhari is a cancer that keeps growing and the only proper thing to do is to cut it out' FFK says




FFK said this in his new article titled "The March for Freedom and The Monster from Futa Jalon'. Read below...
The greatest crime that man has inflicted on his fellow man in the last 50 years is the evil concept of unrestrained globalization coupled with the incremental evolution, unacceptable espousal and wholehearted acceptance of the artificial, man-made, mongrel nation-state which is made up of ethnic and religious incompatibles.
Yet thankfully there has been a backlash. 
The forces of the far-right and ethnic nationalism are marshalling and are on the rise all over the world. Consequently a laudable, unprecedented and irresistable counter-offensive has begun.
We see this in Trump's United States of America, Putin's Russia, Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Israel, France, Holland, Hungary and many other parts of the civilised world.
We have witnessed it in Catalonia, Biafra, Scotland and Kurdistan where the oppressed are fighting for the establishment of their own nation.
All over the world we hear the cry of those that are struggling for their emancipation and deliverance from alien and foreign oppressors with whom they share no history or have any cultural or religious links or affiliation.
Throughout the comity of nations we hear the desperate lamentations and compelling words of those great and noble patriots and souls who take pride in their history, cultural heritage, ethnicity and religious faith and who refuse to allow their identity to be redefined, watered down, eradicated or decimated in the name of unrestrained and unfettered racial integration with those that they have nothing in common.

We hear the voices of those who refuse to be robbed of their heritage and persona by a godless horde of ranking unbelievers, murderous religious extremists, barborous aliens and desperate usurpers who come from a distant land and we acknowledge the concerns of those who refuse to be ensnared by false, bogus and long-discredited notions of political correctness and the wholesale adoption of discredited and nonsenical liberal values and philosophies.
The bottom line is as follows: there is no crime in flying the flag of ethnic nationalism, in rejecting the idea of a nation of hybrids and in wanting to take your nation back for its people. There is no sin in the desire to re-establish pure and unpolluted ethnic bloodlines and racial stock.
There is no shame in chanting "blood and soil" whilst marching in the streets with torch in hand as others once did many years ago.
It is indeed the procession of the faithful: it is the march for freedom and the song of liberty.
It is an attempt to restore, defend and preserve the very essence of who we are. It is an attempt to break the shackles of bondage and the chains of slavery. It is an attempt to liberate us from those with whom we share no history, no heritage and no values and yet who insist on imposing their will on us, controlling and dominating our very lives and insisting that they were born to rule.
This is all the more so given the fact that, in the Nigerian context, we are saddled with the most bloodthirsty, sadistic, sectional, extreemist, bigoted, tribalistic, vicious, bitter, narrow-minded and ignorant President that our country has ever known.
This is a man that was once a profoundly good man but that has now become one of the worlds greatest ethnic cleansers. I say this because under his watch more Shiite Muslims, northern Christians, Igbo youths, Middle Belters and southerners have been slaughtered and butchered than at any other time in our history other than during the civil war.
Worse still, this is a man who, according to the
President of the World Bank, Kim Yong Jim, said that his organisation should concentrate their efforts on developing northern Nigeria alone as if the rest of our country does not even exist.
Yet why am I not surprised? After all as far as Buhari is concerned the people of southern Nigeria and the Middle Belt are nothing but low-lifes, vassals and slaves who are only relevant at the time of a presidential election.
This is a man who had the sheer effontry and nerve to insult us all by addressing the entire nation in the Hausa language on the occasion of the Islamic Ramadan observance.
This is a man who boastfullly and openly told the world that he would favour those who voted for him in the 2015 Presidential elections (meaning his core Muslim northern base) and that he would not favour those who voted against him (meaning the predominantly Christian south).
This is a man who the celebrated writer Bashorun Akin Osuntokun rightly described in his latest column as a President "who is firmly wedded to the politics of division and of pan northern Nigerian Muslim irredentist politics".
This is a man under whose watch as Minister of Petroleum in 1977 $2.8 billion dollars went missing.
This is a man under whose watch as Chairman of the Petroleum Trust Fund in 1997 $500 million dollars went missing.
And this is a man under whose watch as President of the Federal Republic and again as Minister of Petroleum and Energy in 2017 $26 billion dollars has gone missing.
A leader must put the good of his country before his own inclinations and that of his party. This is something that is clearly lost on Muhammadu Buhari and his core northern Hausa Fulani supremacist supporters.
Nigel Farage MEP, the founder and former leader of Great Britain's United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) and one of the most formidable and potent 
voices behind BREXIT recently said,
"The establishment media across Europe and the West despise me. They cannot accept that people still believe in the nation state".
I know precisely how he feels. The walk of the ethnic nationalist in todays globalised world is more often than not a lonely one. Farage places his english heritage and identity before he does his British one. He also places his British heritage before his European one and he outrightly rejects the concept and notion of a fully integrated and amaglamated European super state where various and disparate ethnic nationalities are merged into one.
I share his vision and ethos and I superimpose it on the Nigerian plain. I am an Ife before being a Yoruba, I am a Yoruba before being a Nigerian and I refuse to have it any other way.
This is especially so when one considers what has been going on in the last two years in our country. A monster from Futa Jalon has been foisted upon us. And that monster uses misplaced notions of ethnic supremacy, religious bigotry, intellectial intolerance, radical islam, selective justice, hidden agendas, vicious coercion, secret and ruthlesss cabals and state-sponsored terrror to impose his will and effect his purpose.
Consider the events in Plateau state a few days ago.
No less than forty (and according to some reports as many as one hundred) innocent and defenceless indegenous Christians, including women and children, were butchered in their homes by Muslim Fulani herdsmen.
President Muhammadu Buhari, who is himself a Muslim, a Fulani and indeed the Life Patron of the Fulani Herdsmen Association (Miyetti Allah) has offered no commiserations to the families of the dead, has refused to visit the state, has expressed no genuine regrets or remorse, has failed to arrrest any of the perpertrators and has refused to declare the Fulani herdsmen as terrorists. Instead of doing any of the above he said there must be no reprisals against his Fulani kinsmen after which he promptly flew off to Turkey for a D8 meeting.
Is that the behaviour of a President of Nigeria or the heartless and insensitive actions of the imperial master and overlord of a conquered people and a subjugated vassal state?
That is where Buhari has brought us. One is compelled to ask, is this the kind of leadership and country that we deserve. Is that what Lord Lugard's amaglamated super state with its annointed Fulani overlords have to offer? Is that what I am supposed to subsume, supress and sacrifice my Yoruba heritage and my Christian faith for? I think not!
One thing I know is this: Buhari is a man-made President and not a God-made President. He is the biblical Saul. And like Saul, he will end in defeat and shame and his wickedness shall not go unpunished.The good news is that with every Saul comes a David and I have little doubt that sooner than later David will appear on the scene and he will rise and rule.
Permit me to end this contribution with the words of Sir Winston Churchill, an Old Harrovian (like yours truly) and the greatest Prime Minister that Great Britain ever had. He said,
“Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never: in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparantly overwhelming might of the enemy”.
These words inspire and I commend them to every man, woman and child in our country who refuses to bow to tyranny and be enslaved and who takes pride in who they are, where they come from and what their ethnic heritage, bloodlines, racial stock and true nationality is.
Though Buhari's darkness has covered the light and glory of Nigeria and his evil empowers cruel men, heartless women, troubled souls and evil spirits it will soon come to an end because joy comes in the morning.
I conclude with the following counsel.
There will be times that we are powerless when we face evil, injustice and tyranny but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.
This man Buhari is a cancer that keeps growing and the only proper thing to do is to cut it out.
Some say that the path of uncompromising and relentless opposition that we have chosen is a dangerous and unpredictable one. They forget that the wounds of honor are self-inflicted.
If you want to be set apart and regarded as a man of courage, truth and honor or the champion of the oppressed and the voice of the voiceless you must be ready to take the blows, wounds and oftentimes dire consequences that go with it.
William Shakespeare wrote "cowards die many times before their time but the valiant die but once" whilst our very own Wole Soyinka wrote "the man died in him who remained silent in the face of tyranny".
The great American patriot and hero of the war of independence, John Mchenry, told King George 111 of England to "give me freedom or give me death" whilst George Washington, the leader of the American forces in that war and the first President of the United States of America said,
"the thing that sets the American Christian apart from all other people in the world is that he will die on his feet before he will live on his knees".
To top it all one of the most courageous souls of the 21st century, Edward Snowden, who is the American spy that defected to Russia two years ago, wrote "speak not because it is safe but because it is right".
Given the circumstances that we have found ourselves in Buhari's Nigeria, EVERY single person in our country has much to learn from the profound words of these deeply courageous men.
Some of us have chosen to be courageous and valiant and have refused to remain silent. We made a choice to stand up and resist the chicanery and wickedness of this administration and we are prepared to pay the price for the choice that we have made.
I for one would rather live a short life and die as a free man than live a long life as a slave. The Bible says "he who holds on to his life will lose it and he who is ready to give up his life for my cause will gain it".
I do not fear any man or any circumstance because I know the God that I serve. I am a servant of truth, a warrior of light and a child of the Living God: I bow to no man and I do not tremble before tyrants.
I will endure anything and pay any price to liberate my nation and deliver my people from the chains of perfidy, ignorance and oppression and from the tyranny, evil, manifest corruption and double standards of the Buhari administration.
Finally I will resist the inequalities, cruelty and bondage of the unconsciable vassal state that Nigeria has been transformed into in the last two years with every fibre of my being in the full knowledge that in the end we shall prevail.
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Photo of Floyd Mayweather and three of his children at the LA Lakers game





Photo of Floyd Mayweather and three of his children at the LA Lakers game
Retired boxer, Floyd Mayweather was pictured with three of his children Koraun, Iyanna and Zion Mayweather at the LA Lakers NBA game on Friday.
The undefeated champ was court-side with his family as they watched the LA Lakers opened their season with a disappointing 108-92 defeat to the LA Clippers.
His youngest daughter Jirah was the only one missing from the public show.
Floyd Mayweather who has four children in all welcomed Koraun, Zion and Jirah with his former long-term partner Josie Harris, while Iyanna was from another relationship with Melissa Brim.

Photo of Floyd Mayweather and three of his children at the LA Lakers game
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Police confirms identity of the man who sadly committed suicide at the Lekki-Ikoyi bridge yesterday



 Police confirms identity of the man who sadly committed suicide at the Lekki-Ikoyi bridge yesterday
The Lagos State police command has confirmed the identity of the man who sadly committed suicide by jumping into the Lagos Lagoon via the Lekki-Ikoyi bridge on Friday morning.
A spokesperson from the State's Police command, Olarinde Famous, identified the man as Oluseyi Adekunle John from Ondo state.
According to Famous, rescue operations are still looking for John, who he said is about 40-years-old.
“Report on the suicide was reported at Maroko Division at about 10:15am and police operatives quickly rushed to the scene and alerted rescue unit,” Famous-Cole said.
“During a search of the area, his mobile phone was retrieved from the scene. The man is about 40 years of age named Adekunle Oluseyi John from Ondo state.
“Rescue operations by the police and other bodies is ongoing.”
When LIB rushed to the scene yesterday, we gathered that the man who appeared to be on his way to work dropped his bag, took off his clothes and then jumped into the Lagoon. 
His phone and two ATM cards were recovered from the scene of the sad incident. It was also revealed that they called a lady on his phone who said she is his wife.
Officials of the Lagos Waterways Authority and the Police who carried out a search for the man's body, left after four-hours and promised to continue today.
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Kim and Kanye’s cars burgled, just a year after Kim’s terrifying Paris robbery


A year after Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, TMZ reports that a suspect broke into three luxury cars owned by the reality star and Kanye West.
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The suspect was caught on surveillance camera around 4 a.m., yesterday, at the Bel Air home owned by the couple. He reportedly never broke into the home itself, but he did make his way into cars in the driveway — walking away with one iPhone, belonging to someone employed by the pair.
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After he was caught by security and chased off the property, he then went to neighbor Kathy Griffin’s property and took a purse from her car — he later dropped it nearby. An image of the suspect was provided to investigators from security footage.
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Nigerian screenwriter, Idada, vents about God after a friend he mistakenly transferred millions to, refused to return it, claiming it’s an act of God

read more from his instagram handle here.

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Corps member uses the last money on him to save the life of an uncle who told him “a man doesn’t give his fellow man money.”

check his instagram page below:

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29-yr-old Nigerian man allegedly stabbed to death by his 21-yr-old fiancée in U.K



A 29-year-old Nigerian man identified as Johnny has died after suffering stab wounds at a residential address in Park Royal. Police were called to Lakeside Drive, near Hanger Lane station, at 2am on Friday to reports of a stabbing.
They discovered Johnny suffering from stab injuries. London Ambulance Service also rushed to the scene and attempted to treat him but he died at the scene, less than an hour later, at 2.57am.
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His 21-year-old fiancée was at the scene when police arrived and was arrested on suspicion of murder. She was taken to a north London police station, where she remains in custody.
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Shedding more light on what transpired, Akin, a friend of the deceased, said: “News is that the woman he proposed to stabbed him in the chest, a few times, in the middle of the night, after a heated argument.
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She claimed he stabbed himself, but who stabs themselves in the chest repeatedly after a fight though. She called his mum earlier in the night that they were fighting and later-on she called them again the he stabbed himself.”
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Driver survives container accident that mangled his bus and killed 2 people along the Owerri-Onitsha road

Driver survives container accident that mangled his bus and killed 2 people along the Owerri-Onitsha road. check the photos below here:


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Aisha Buhari Enjoys A Boat Cruise With The Wives Of Other World Leaders In Turkey

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Visiting my daughter in Aso Villa is like going to jail –Soyode, father of V.P Osinbajo’s wife



Elder Olutayo Soyode, the father of the wife of the Vice-President, Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo, says he dreads going to Aso Rock for a visit because going there is like going to jail, given the way his movement would be monitored and he would need to sign various forms before he could go out, for security reasons.
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Speaking in an exclusive interview with Saturday PUNCH on Friday, the 74-year-old said he loved to be free and he wasn’t the type to sit in one place and be watching television under heavy security.
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When asked how often he visits the villa to see his daughter’s family, he said, “I don’t go there often. Going there is like going to jail, as far as I’m concerned. It’s like locking me up.
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The way you see me, do I look like someone that can be kept in one place and before I could go out, I have to sign papers and there would be plenty phone calls? I would just run mad, because I’m not used to such.
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I’m a free man. That place (Aso Rock), is a very good place but I’m not the type to live there, so I don’t go there often. Anytime I go, I do give them time, like telling them I was coming for two days. I don’t even live with them.
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Let us say we are in Abuja now, you possibly can’t visit me for this interview. They won’t allow you to come in, and if you have to, you would have to sign different papers. If I go there, I would be there alone, watching television. I can’t do that. I would rather stay where they can visit me and anybody can see me.”
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One month after leaving Brila FM, Murphy Ijemba and Sean Amadi land new job with Max FM



One month after leaving Brila FM, Murphy Ijemba and Sean Amadi land new job with Max FM
Popular sport presenters, Murphy Ijemba a.ka. 'Radio Paparazzi' and Sean Amadi who both left Brila FM under controversial circumstances in September 2017 have now landed new jobs.

Both OAPs have now joined Max FM (Formerly Radio Continental) in Lagos. 

At Max FM, Murphy will host the the drive time show called 'Max Drive' from 5pm to 9pm daily.
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Gucci Mane's brother accuses the rapper of not inviting him and their mother to his lavish wedding





Gucci Mane
Gucci Mane's youngest brother Nate has accused the rapper of not inviting him and their mother Vicky to his lavish and star-studded wedding last Tuesday.
In a chat with TMZ, Nate said he has no idea why the rapper left him and their mom, Vicky, off the guest list for the $1 million extravagant wedding at Miami's Four Seasons Hotel. But their other brother, Duke, was his best man.
Although he said he's happy for his big brother but still sad as no invitation was sent his way. 
According to Nate, the diss sends a clear message, and he wants Mane's wife Keyshia Ka'oir to pay attention.
This comes days after rumours emerged online that Keyshia Ka'oi has three "secret children" and she's hiding them in Jamaica. But the model has since rubbished the claims on Twitter.
Gucci Mane
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