Daisy Olaojo Blog

At Daisy Olaojo’s blog, its all about gossip and more gossip!

Gossip, News, Entertainment, Beauty, Lifestyle, Inspiration, Fashion, Events, and lots more…

Premier League takes major step towards restart of season

The Premier League took a major step toward restarting matches on Wednesday, after all 20 clubs agreed to resume contact training.

The league also confirmed that it had four positive cases from three clubs, following its third round of testing of 1,008 players and club staff.

With regards to contact training, an official statement said: “Premier League shareholders today voted unanimously to resume contact training – marking another step towards restarting the Premier League season, when safe to do so.

“Squads are now able to train as a group and engage in tackling while minimising any unnecessary close contact.”

Those discussions are scheduled to continue on Thursday, when issues including a restart date, television scheduling and contingency plans if the season has to be curtailed, will be discussed.

Madonna, 61, Just Freed The Nipple On Instagram—And Has A Response For The Hater

Madonna, 61, just freed the nipple wearing a see-through bra in a new Instagram. She anticipated having some haters, writing in the caption that she “graduated from the University of Zero F*^ks Given.” Celebs like Katy Perry loved the pic, but others weren’t a fan of the photo.

Madonna has been regularly stirring up controversy since the 80s, so its hardly shocking that shed raise a few eyebrows in her 60s. The latest risqu move from Madonna ? She just freed the nipple in a new Instagram post, and theres some serious pearl-clutching happening over it.

It all happened when Madonna shared a photo on Instagram of herself sitting on a couch. Simple enough, right? Her blonde hair is mussed-up, shes wearing a see-through bra (hence the freed nipples) and black underwear, and is clutching something lacy.

Apparently, Madonna anticipated that some people wouldnt be cool with this pic, because she wrote a caption that lets would-be haters know what they can do with their negative vibes. “Current Wardrobe Sitch………………And for those of you who are offended in any way by this photo then I want to let you know that I have successfully graduated from the University of Zero F*^ks Given,” she wrote. “Thanks for coming to my Graduation Ceremony! Class of 2020! .”

Plenty of fellow celebs were here for the pic and no-holds-barred message. “Omg I just enrolled in that college!” wrote Katy Perry. “Do your thing Ma,” commented Debi Mazar. “Girl, I told them to send you that diploma years ago ( HOT AF),” said Courtney Love.

But some people werent impressed. “Cant you guys tell this pic is at least 30 years old? She looks NOTHING like this now,” one person wrote. “Ugh. Give it a rest, grandma,” another said.

Of course, Madonna has a history of not caring what other people think. There was her whole controversial “Like a Prayer” video back in the late 80s, mounting herself on a cross in her Confessions tour, and kissing Drake at Coachella in 2015, just to name a few. And she regularly shares less-than-safe-for-work stuff on Instagram like this:

And this:

Because, Madonna.

President Trump Threatens To ‘Shut Down’ Social Media

President Donald Trump on Wednesday threatened to shut down social media platforms after Twitter labelled his Tuesday tweets which downgraded mail-in voting in California as false claims.

“Republicans feel that Social Media Platforms totally silence conservatives voices. We will strongly regulate, or close them down before we can ever allow this to happen,” Trump tweeted.

Trump’s tweets contended without evidence that mail-in voting would lead to fraud and a “Rigged Election.”

Under the tweets, Twitter posted a link that read “Get the facts about mail-in ballots” and which took users to a notice pointing out that the claims are “unsubstantiated”, citing reporting by CNN, the Washington Post and other media outlets.

“Trump falsely claimed that mail-in ballots would lead to ‘Rigged Election’,” the notice contended.

“However, fact-checkers say there is no evidence that mail-in ballots are linked to voter fraud.”

Trump aimed the misleading tweets at California, contending falsely that anyone living in the state would be sent ballots when in fact they will only go to registered voters, according to the notice.

Discouraging voting, say by requiring people worried about the coronavirus to risk being in crowded polling stations to cast their ballot, is seen as improving Trump’s chances of re-election.

Femi Otedola responds to a follower who indicated interest in dating his daughter

Femi Otedola responded to a follower on Instagram who left a comment to tell him he’s interested in his daughter, Temi Otedola.

“Sir, hear me out, all I want is Temi. I swear I’ll take care of her,” the smitten follower wrote under the billionaire businessman’s post.

And Mr Otedola responded: “She has a boyfriend oh.”

Temi Otedola has been dating singer Mr Eazi for years now and he’s been introduced to her family.

Photos of N16k okro soup ordered vs what was received causes stir online

The numerous cases of ‘what I ordered versus what I received’ remains a thing of surprise and hilarity for many social media users. Just like many others before, this story is no different will leave you speechless.

Twitter user, @Inzaghl, took to the platform to share a photo of okro soup someone had ordered and paid N16,000 for and a photo of what they received.

The photo of the okro advertised showed that it would be rich in seafood and the likes. However, what she received was a plain okro soup with no seafood in sight.

See post below:

Cobhams Asuquo gets top UN appointment

The United Nations Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) has appointed award-winning Nigerian musician, producer and songwriter, Cobhams Asuquo, as its National Ambassador.

Peter Hawkins, UNICEF Nigeria Representative, announced this in a statement on Wednesday.

He said that the appointment made the artist UNICEF Nigeria’s first National Ambassador in the last 15 years.

Asuquo would help raise awareness on concerns around children’s rights and solutions, including issues around birth registration, immunization, education and protection from violence.

Hawkins welcomed him to the UNICEF family, particularly on Children’s Day.

The statement recalled that Asuquo had been supporting UNICEF to raise awareness on children and youth issues.

Hawkins acknowledged his support for UNICEF Nigeria’s work since 2019, including producing ‘I am a Nigeria Child (For Every Child)’, the song promoting kids’ rights to be respected and protected.

UN added that the hit maker also produced the song ‘We go Win (Corona)’, to raise awareness on how Nigerians can protect themselves from COVID-19.

Asuquo also produced the song ‘Tell Everybody’ back in 2015 to raise awareness on the Sustainable Development Goals, as part of the UN Global Goals campaign.

Hawkins quoted Asuquo as saying it was a huge honour to become a UNICEF Nigeria Ambassador.

School reopening: FG considers morning, afternoon classes

The Federal Government says it is thinking of sectionalising classes for primary, secondary, and tertiary institutions in the country ahead of school reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, stated this on Wednesday during a briefing by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 in Abuja.

The minister, who faulted the reports that schools would reopen in the country on June 8, said the government could not afford to take any costly risk, especially as it regards the safety of pupils and students in the country.

He said, “Until we are sure these children can go to school, return safely and not bring up with them COVID-19 and infect people who are more susceptible than they are, then we are running a huge risk and God forbid, in our hurry, something happens to our children, I am not sure how anybody will be able to retrieve what has been lost.”

Nwajiuba said the ministry was being guided by the advice of experts including those of the World Health Organisation, noting that the decision to reopen schools would be carefully arrived at because education is on the concurrent list of the Nigerian Constitution.

He appealed to private owners of schools to co-operate with the government in ensuring a safe reopening.

“We are going to publish a specification on what we expect COVID-19 or post-COVID-19 reopening to look like. We are not talking about coping with COVID-19 but in spite of COVID-19, we expect that we will adapt.

“For a country that has over 115,000 primary schools, you will understand that 35,000 of these who are private must agree to set up the same standard in other to allow children to go in.

“We may have classes in the morning and classes in the afternoon so that we will have the whole of the infrastructure divided, provided they can serve us. I am not sure we will have classes at night. But we can do with morning and afternoon for now,” he explained.






Mother who drowned baby to undergo psychiatric evaluation

An Igbosere Magistrates’ Court in Lagos ordered that a 22-year-old woman, Oluwafunmilola Adisa, be remanded in the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) psychiatric department for evaluation.

The police arraigned Adisa for allegedly drowning her one and half year old daughter.

Earlier, Adisa confessed to killing her daughter inside a bucket of water in her apartment in Gowon Estate area of Lagos State.

Dr Babajide Martins, the Director, Office of the Public Defender, Lagos State, prayed the court to remand his client in a hospital for psychiatric evaluation.

Magistrate K.O. Doja-Ojo, adjourned the case until June 26 for the outcome of the psychiatric evaluation








Lagos discharges 87 Coronavirus patients in massive recovery

The Lagos State Government on Wednesday announced the discharge of 87 Coronavirus patients who recovered from the pandemic.

This brings to 825 the total number of Coronavirus patients discharged after they tested negative for the virus.

According to the Lagos State Ministry of Health, on its website, those discharged included 40 female and 47 male, all Nigerians.

The government said the patients were discharged from its various isolation centres across the state to reunite with the society.

“87 COVID-19 Lagos patients; 40 female & 47 male, all Nigerians have been discharged from our isolation facilities to reunite with the society

“The patients; 26 from Mainland Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba, 24 from Onikan, 12 from Eti-Osa (Landmark), 11 from Agidingbi, 9 from Gbagada and 5 from LUTH Isolation Centres were discharged having fully recovered and tested negative to COVID-19.

“With this, the number of COVID-19 cases successfully managed and discharged in Lagos State has risen to 825,” the government said.