Author’s note: This section in Chapter Twelve was taken out because the story has already stated Jide is a jealous bully. Taking the reader back to his secondary school days where he torments an American-born junior student is overwhelming, especially after we see him belittling his Cameroonian butler in present day. I strode across […]
You get what you pay for, but there’s no reason hairstylists in budget salons should have too much attitude with naturalitas
The bonnet hood dryer is probably the best-kept secret here in the UK. Have you bought yours yet?
4c is a pest. We treat our kinky mane with love and respect, but does our hair love us back? We spend a fortune on enough products to open a drugstore, and our hair rebels back no matter how hard we try to tame the monster. We resort to chemicals in a bid to make […]
This end has arrived. What surprise do the guests witness on Nigeria’s favourite medical show? And how does Mex Orlando react to Doris’ interview with Cosmopolitan?
My newest short story Cancerous Betrayal appeared in Bella Naija last week, and considering TNC rejected The Other Woman’s Wedding two years ago, I’m thrilled to bits! They removed the italics without asking me first (Mess with my babies, and you mess with me), and the couple in the picture looked too young to portray […]
I arrive at Future Hope, and encounter mean senior students
Temi’s husband is determined to be in control, and she’s has had enough.
Yes, the thrusting is genuine, but what percentage of that action conveys an accurate representation?
After discovering I’ve gained admission into secondary school via late entry, will Dad let me go?