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She revealed her pregnancy during an episode of Saturday Night Live in April after months of speculation.

And Cardi B finally confirmed that she's having a baby girl during an interview with famed radio show host Howard Stern this week in New York.

The 25-year-old pregnant rapper covered her growing baby bump wearing a white, long-sleeved Moschino dress ahead of her debut appearance on the popular talk show hosted at SiriusXM Studios.

Known for his direct delivery, Howard dived head-on into the question on everyone's mind and asked, 'Do you know what you're having … what are you having?' 'Yes,' the Bodak Yellow songstress replied. 'I'm having a girl.'


She's hinted at the baby's gender most recently during the MET Gala on Monday night, telling the New York Times that her Jeremy Scott gown was 'extremely heavy' before admitting that 'shorty weighs three and a half pounds.'

'She do,' said Cardi. 'She do weigh three and a half pounds. That's pretty good for seven months, right? 'Because I was born five pounds.'


Sierra Leone's new President Julius Maada Bio on Thursday announced the introduction of free education for both primary and secondary school age children, in line with a major campaign pledge.

"Free education will be introduced effective September 2018 for all primary and secondary schools to improve access to quality education," President Bio told the state opening of parliament, to thunderous applause.

He also announced a near doubling -- from 11 to 20 percent -- of the education sector's annual budgetary allocation.

"Free university education will be provided for three children of every school teacher with ten years experience," he said, adding that a student loan scheme would be introduced as well as special incentives for science and rural based teachers.


They have started in England o! Women are having ‘virginity-restoring’ operations on the NHS at a cost of £1,000 a time, figures reveal.

Hospitals have admitted to carrying out 109 reconstructive procedures between 2007 and 2017.

But the true number is likely to be far higher as only nine hospitals bothered to supply figures.

According to relationship counsellor Louise Van der Velde, who practices on London’s Harley Street, many women want to repeat losing their virginity after being disappointed the first time.

She adds some want to have that experience with their husbands 'by being as pure as possible again', while religious women may feel ‘overwhelmed’ by sexual guilt.

The half-hour operation involves the hymen being stitched or reconstructed.

Ms Van der Velde said: ‘A lot of people have a bad experience for their first time.

‘Often it’s not what it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be a sacred thing and you never forget losing it.

‘Maybe because people have been let down by that and it doesn’t end up being what they want, they want to do it again.

‘Maybe they want to share it with their husbands by being as pure as possible again.’


A model who spent three years transitioning to female has quit the hormones and hopes to reduce breasts after choosing to live as a man.

Alexander Veach, 30, from ,Los Angeles, California, decided to return to his birth-assigned gender, having lived as a woman and also tried to be both a male and female.

Dubbed the ‘bigender doll’, he spent a whopping $10,000 (7.3kGBP) on his transformation, carefully balancing oestrogen and testosterone along with laser hair removal all over his body.

But last year, while acting as a transgender female-to-male character in a play at the Underground Theater in Hollywood, he realized he could no longer keep living as a woman named Aria and started to revert.

Now he’s happier than ever but battles the difficulties of having enlarged round breasts and is currently trying to rid himself of gynecomastia through working-out.

Alexander, a bioengineer, said: “I’m stable living as Alexander now, I was Aria for three years. Aria and Alex have two hugely different lives.

“I’m not someone living in a box, I don’t let gender norms tell me what to do or stop me from having a place in society.

“People think I’m fake and not genuine but I really believed head-to-toe that I was a woman in a man’s body.

“Since reverting back, people have commented on my bigger breasts but I’ve been doing an insane number of in order to hide my breasts I started a physical training workout of push-ups and cardio to try to transform my body again.





She was 'discovered' by model Tyra Banks and invited to compete in the 21st cycle of America's Next Top Model.

But Winnie Harlow has said that the show 'didn't do anything' for her career - despite saying success immediately followed the 2014 competition.

The 23-year-old - who has unique skin condition Vitiligo - is now famous for global advertisements including Diesel and Desigual, fronting anti-bullying campaigns, as well as walking for major fashion houses like Julien Macdonald.

'I really started [my career] after the show,' Winnie told Andy Cohen on this week's Watch What Happens Live.

'Because that really didn't do anything for my career… It doesn't do anything for any model's career, realistically.'

Winnie - the first and only Canadian ever cast - reached the second week of the ANTM final, against 14 other girls.

She voluntarily returned to the show to compete in the Comeback Series. 

Knight emailed Winnie after ANTM aired to offer her a shoot in London and she now considers this her first 'big gig' as a model.

Nevertheless, ANTM host Tyra Banks is regularly credited with first 'discovering' the model on social media. 


She has recently appeared to resolve her long-running feud with singer Taylor Swift. But Katy Perry seemingly has another friendship she needs to mend, as it's reported Rihanna didn't invite her to her Met Gala after party at Up&Down in New York.

After not seeing each other for 18 months after a falling out, the pair - who were previously close friends were also forced to awkwardly pose together on the red carpet.

Speaking of the said photograph together, a source told The Sun: 'Because Rihanna was chairing the Met Gala, she had to pose with a lot of the celebrity guests but it was really uncomfortable when she was asked to have the photo with Katy.

'They used to be close but Rihanna’s expression in the photo says it all. Katy was upset about the whole situation because Rihanna was cold to her and she wasn’t invited to her after-party,' the said concluded.


Four persons were feared yesterday when the Lagos State Task Force on Land Grabbers led by the police stormed a church in Makoko, Yaba.

The task force, some hoodlums and the police were said to have stormed The Act of Apostle Church over a land dispute. They reportedly came with over 30 police vans from different divisions, including Adekunle and Ikeja

They allegedly broke down the fence of the church, and set its hall ablaze. They were said to have shot sporadically, leaving many injured. Four of the injured were said to have died at press time.

Residents milled last night discussing the incident. Some were in tears.


Many of the white chairs in the church and speakers were burnt. The ceilings and windows were broken. A tricycle parked in the church compound was also burnt and the glasses of some cars were destroyed. Broken bottles also littered the streets.

Some residents blamed the task force, the hoodlums and the police for all the damage.

The body of Kolawole Iwalokun was brought to the community around 5pm. He was said to have died where he was being treated. Some members of the community brought his body to the church, but the police wanted to go away with it. The police shot and sprayed tear gas; people ran away. Bullets were over Kolawole’s body.

The Nation learnt that some members of the community fought back as they stoned the police.

An eye witness, Nejo Olanrewaju, said he was in his house around 10am when he saw an expectant mother running into the passage of his house.

“I came out of my room and saw many policemen with some hoodlums carrying guns, cutlasses and other weapons in front of the church. I walked up to them and asked what their mission was. One of them told another to throw me into the task force van; I told them they cannot do that to me. We engaged in a little strife and one of the officials said I should be released.

“The next thing I saw was that they started shooting, not into the air but sporadically. They shot into every direction; a lot of people were affected. I rushed to the community head to see what I could do to help. The whole place was destroyed, many people died.”

Another resident, Levi Ipense, said he ran back from school when he heard of the incident.

He said: “When I got here, I saw over 50 policemen, with hoodlums and touts with guns, charms and cutlasses. The hoodlums were in task force uniform. I heard gun shots and saw blood stains, many people are dead.

“Kolawole Iwalokun, 40, Junior Olaranmoye, in his 20’s is dead. Kolawole is married with children, he is a businessman. Junior is a fashion designer

“A lot of people were injured; the injuries sustained were bad. They were chasing us; we did not argue with them when they first came. It was when we saw that they had burnt the church that we had to retaliate. Being youths, we were annoyed. It was the police that set their station ablaze; they did this to use it against us. They also broke the fence of the police station.

According to him, what the police came to do is illegal.

An Executive in the church, Bamidele Ogunmayi, said a land issue led to the crisis.

“The police have done badly, they have supported area boys, killed four of our people, about 20 of our youths are injured with gunshots, and they are receiving treatment. They have burnt our church, broken our fence. We do not know the interest of the police in land matters. They have impinged on our fundamental right; they also arrested some of our youths.

“The police were about 50, the land grabbers and hoodlums were about 30 and were in the task force uniform. The police broke our fence, when the youths wanted to ask them what the matter was, they started shooting. We want justice against the people that violated our human right,” Ogunmayi said


Prince Harry might not be allowed to wear his old Army uniform to his wedding unless he shaves his beard, a historian has warned.

The Prince, 33, served as part of the Army's Household Cavalry's Blues and Royals, formerly known as the Royal Horse Guards and the Royal Dragoons until 2015.

Training at Sandhurst before being deployed to Afghanistan, he was made a captain and regularly sports his old uniform on royal visits.

Harry never grew a beard as a soldier in line with the Army's ban on facial hair, but grew one again a few months after he left the forces.


Historian Hugo Vickers claims his beard could cause problem when he marries Meghan Markle, 36, this month.

He said: 'He's not able to wear his Royal Horse Guards uniform with a beard.

'He does it sometimes but they don't like it. That's why when he took the parade at Sandhurst, he wore a suit.'

Despite the military's beard ban, Harry is no longer a serving officer and is therefore not subject to their rules. But in line with convention, there is a chance he might shave it off.


Troops in Adamawa have killed 10 armed bandits and captured one in an hour-long encounter with them in the Numan general area of the state.

According to a statement by Brig.-Gen Texas Chukwu, the Director of Army Public Relations on Friday, the lone captured bandit and corpses of the dead ones had been handed over to the police.

He named the captured suspect as Adamu Umar. Chukwu listed items recovered from them as 18 motorcycles, two dane guns, one sub machine gun, one double barrel, four cartridges, 13 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition NATO special and one cutlass.


Former Head of State General Abdulsalami Abubakar has called on Nigerians to join hands in tackling the incessant killings and criminalities by herdsmen and other bandits across the nation.

Describing the killings as senseless, Abubakar said the ongoing destruction of homes and means of livelihood cannot serve any purpose.

Answering reporters’ questions at his Abuja residence at the weekend, Abdulsalami advised every Nigerian to be prepared to play a role in ensuring peace and stability in the land.

He spoke shortly after a closed door meeting with a delegation of the Northern Leaders and Stakeholders Assembly (NLSA) led by Alhaji Tanko Yakasai.


According to him, without peace there would neither be a nation nor politicking, urging the task should not be left to the federal government alone.

Abubakar said: “I have no other advice than to keep the peace, because it is paramount to everything.

“If there is no peace, there is no nation, if there is no peace, there won’t be any politicking.

“So it is absolutely necessary for each and every one of us to put hands on deck to ensure that there is peace in the country.

“And all these senseless killings, senseless criminality going on won’t serve any purpose. Please, let us join hands and make sure that we give peace a chance”.


Fuji act, Malaika has affirmed he actually built his Lekki home through hard work, and never did anything terrible to get money. In an encounter with Sunday Scoop, he says it is surprising that people can doubt he can actually build a N200m house, and we must say we are surprised about people's comments.

He said, “I have been in the music industry for over three decades. I started my music career when I was 10-year-old before I later formed my band. If someone has been doing something from such a young age and he does it well, why wouldn’t he be able to build such a house for himself? If I’m into terrible things, people would have known by now. As a matter of fact, I have achieved a lot but I don’t like bragging about things I do or have. The Lekki home, which generated a lot of reactions, is not my first achievement in life.”


Malaika, however, revealed that he did not tell anybody the worth of his house. He said, “I never gave anyone the figure but my engineer later told me that some journalists called him and he told them. I told him I didn’t like it and I warned him to always inform me whenever he wanted to answer questions about me.”

The fuji singer, who recently celebrated his 45th birthday in different countries, stressed that he was not the type who got disturbed about comments on social media. “Being criticised or questioned is the price we pay for stardom. Fame comes with a lot of negative and positive things. If you are getting positive results and you don’t expect any negativity, it means you are not thankful to God.”

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