Erica the big brother lock down house mate on Sunday 6th of september got disqualified from the popular TV show, she got angry and started expressing herself the night before her disqualification.
Her third strike had to be the reason why we was disqualified, as she has been warned with some of her behaviours twice previously by big brother which resulted to 2 strikes.
Bigi made it clear that she has crossed the line disrespecting the rules of the show.
A night before she was disqualified, she went Banting towards another housemate named laycon, she said some ill words to the housemate, poured some water on the head of house bed, restricting deputy of the house from sleeping on the bed.
The above cartoon representing her (Erica) been ejected from the house, although she was not the only housemate that went home that night , Lucy was voted out by the viewers that same night.
Erica being disqualified from the show means she will go home without no benefit, which has made her fans opened a Gofundme account for her that raised over 15
We tried to look back in time, we tried to live in time of our grand parents and parents, then, there were some entertainments too and some kind of way they relax after making that cocoa sale, of harvesting their plantation, we tried to go 30-40 years ago and see if we can get some entertainers of those days, caricature them to bring awareness to our this days entertainers, that there had been people making wave back in time.
Today, we will like to share you men and women whom were entertainers back in the days first here is a caricature of Hakuna Ishola.
Haruna Ishola BelloM.O.N. honorary title,Member of the Order of the Niger (1919-1983) is a Nigerian musician, and one of the most popular artists in the apala genre.
Salawa Abeni Alidu (born 5 May 1961) is a Nigerian singer. An IjebuYoruba from [Ijebu Waterside, in Ogun State, she began her professional career in waka music when she released her debut album titled, Late General Murtala Ramat Mohammed, in 1976, on Leader Records. It became the first recording by a female artist in Yoruba Songs to sell over a million copies in Nigeria.
Yusuf Olatunji, also known as Baba Legba or Baba L’Egbaa (1905 -1978), was a NigerianSakara drum player, who popularized the sakara music style. He was purportedly born in 1905 or 1906 in a village called Gbegbinlawo in Ogun State in south-western Nigeria, although there are still doubts about the location of his birth.
We are working on more of these, as there art prints will be soon available for everyone to buy on our art prints page, thanks for reading.
There is nothing but victory to be looked at for Mike Tyson in the upcoming fight.
After 15 years, Mike Tyson is making his return to the boxing ring. Tyson, the former undisputed heavyweight boxing champion, will fight Roy Jones Jr. in an eight-round exhibition match on September.12, entitled the “Frontline Battle.” The match will be a pay-per-view event hosted by social media platform Triller, the company announced. According to a person familiar with the terms, Triller paid worth of $50 million for exclusive streaming rights for the exhibition. The person spoke to CNBC on condition of remaining anonymous as financial details of the fight were not public.
So we decided to create a caricature for the champion, wish Mike luck.
Yes, we got this invite by a caricaturist on instagram with the handle @bigalart to join a caricature barbeque party, where we will get to draw other spot-on caricaturist in diaspora via the zoom application.
So it was 10pm PST which we believe we won’t be able to make due to the time zone in Nigeria but surprisingly we were still able to make it to the event in the morning 6am lagos, nigerian time.
It was fun, here are virtual caricatures of Owolabi made by the caricaturists in diaspora via zoom virtual event.
Owolabi too created caricatures of caricaturists at the zoom event, even though he was on it directly has he got off his bed.
Here are the caricatures he created
Hope you enjoyed what you’ve seen.. When it’s your zoom event? You need to have your attenders drawn over virtual, it will be fun and rewarding. Thanks for viewing our post.
Pep Guardiola’s side on Monday heard the outcome of their appeal against a ban from UEFA competition for breaking Financial Fair Play rules.
However, the governing body said it remained “committed to its principles” in a statement reacting to the verdict.
“UEFA notes that the CAS panel found that there was insufficient conclusive evidence to uphold all of the CFCB’s conclusions in this specific case and that many of the alleged breaches were time-barred due to the five-year time period foreseen in the UEFA regulations,” a statement read.
“Over the last few years, Financial Fair Play has played a significant role in protecting clubs and helping them become financially sustainable and UEFA and ECA remain committed to its principles.”