Here’s The Latest Crazy Story About Beyonce’s Delivery Room Demands

Beyoncé Rumored To Be Asking For Silent Delivery

As the countdown to Blueprint 1 and Blueprint 2’s arrival continues, the stories about Bey’s birth plans abound. First, we heard she planned to give birth at home, then they said her security has been running weekly drills to practice their approach to Cedars-Sinai and now there’s a report that Bey wants silence in the delivery room. 
According to Naughty Gossip reports:

“Beyoncé likes peace and calm around her. She has zero time for drama and gossip. She likes her inner circle to be soft spoken if they have to talk at all. And you can expect the same will be true when she gives birth to the twins,” sources tell Straight Shuter. “You can only get into her private life if you are invited. She is very guarded and protects her privacy at all cost. She likes to be surrounded with peaceful colors and soft sounds. This will be of utmost importance for her when giving birth.”

This story is almost like opening up a fortune cookie or visiting your average storefront psychic. EVERYBODY knows Beyoncé is private. THAT doesn’t take an exclusive source to figure out.

Silent birth is a real thing though – something that Scientologists practice and Katie Holmes even did when she gave birth to Suri, but as much as Bey loves music we don’t really see her doing a silent birth.

Speaking of Bey’s love of music… Hit the flip for some recently posted pics of her from a Michael Jackson/Prince party.

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Woman sells 4 of 5 children without husband’s knowledge, READ what she told him

A woman in Lagos has been arrested for allegedly selling her children

– The housewife known as Vicky reportedly sold four of her five children and lied to her husband

– She was exposed after she sold the last child for N400,000 and her husband was tipped by a neighbour

Mrs Vicky, a housewife in Lagos has been arrested by policemen attached to Area M Command, Idimu, Lagos for allegedly selling four out of her five children to different buyers without the knowledge of her husband.

Her husband petitioned Area Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP Austines Akika and he ordered the policemen to make the arrest.

According to PM Express, she was selling the children one after the other and successfully sold four of them.

Apparently, she lied to her husband that she took the kids to their relation until the husband later discovered she has sold them.

She had sold the last child for N400,000 and her husband was tipped by a neighbour who then reported to the police and she was arrested and detained at the command cell.

She was said to have already confessed to the police while efforts were already being made to rescue the children and arrest the buyers.

READ ALSO: Pregnant 20-year-old girl sets boyfriend’s house ablaze

Her husband rented an apartment in Idimu area of Alimosho local government, works outside Lagos, where he stays during the week and returns home weekend or monthly, so she was able to carry out the illegal sales without his knowledge.

The woman is still in detention while the police are carrying out investigations to locate the whereabouts of the children.

Meanwhile, it was reported that the woman, Idongesit Ese, stormed into the church while a service was going on and accused her husband of allegedly impregnating a member of the church.

Mrs Ese allegedly accused a church member identified as, Evelyn Etim, of having an affair with the pastor.

This happened in Akwa Ibom state.


There is a scene where the husband asks his wife if she loves him. She is shocked that he would even ask such a thing, and replies that for 25 years of marriage she has cared for him, took care of the house, made his bed, cooked his food, and reared their kids. And then says, if that isn’t love then what it is?

That playful interaction illustrates one of the most beautiful elements of true love: selflessness.

When we first fall in love we usually say things like,  “I love you” or “I want to be with you.” The focus is on the “I” part of the equation. This is fine and normal. But true love in a healthy marriage focuses on meeting the needs of our spouse and not selfishly on our own.

Falling in love is only the beginning. It’s the first step in an amazing journey where two people become one. But the extreme feelings of intimacy first felt will taper off.

So how can a husband and wife keep passion’s fire burning?

Being considerate and caring are two things they can do to kindle the flames.

Actions speak louder than words.

So your behavior towards your spouse should communicate how much he or she means to you (and this is exactly what it does because it reveals how much or how little that you really care for them).

We are all aware that love and infatuation are two very different things. We also know that love isn’t just an emotion. Love is a decision — a commitment. It’s the action of deliberately choosing to dedicate yourself and energies to making your loved one happy.

If your love is founded upon feelings alone then your marriage will crumble. The focus should be on sustaining the relationship and cultivating an appreciation for one another daily. This leads to harmony and warmth. And you will begin experiencing first hand what it really means to cherish one another.

It is for this very reason that marriage advice typically centers on the idea of being considerate towards one’s partner. Otherwise selfishness creeps in and chokes the relationship.

Love is more than an emotion – it’s a verb, an action — that we demonstrate continually regardless of how we happen to feel on any given day.

There are many marriages being made and broken every day in the world. There are contracts and agreements. There are attempts at devotion and dedication. Yet unless Knowledge is your foundation, unless you have arrived at that point where true marriage is a necessity and not merely an option, unless you have been prepared for being in a relationship at this level, your marriage will only be an attempt. This is true even if you value marriage for the right reasons. This is why you must be prepared.

At this juncture, I will bring you FACTS about weddings’ satisfaction.

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Credits: Mrs Gift Bisong

How to Become an Elegant Woman

Many women want to be seen by others as elegant women. To be elegant means to be pleasingly graceful, stylish in appearance, and have good manners. Here are some tips and steps to help you change your look and be seen as an elegant woman.


If you want to change your look and demeanor, start thinking of yourself the way you want to be perceived. Carry yourself gracefully and in a ladylike manner. Sit and stand with thorough poise. Above all, never think about yourself in a negative way. If you have made a mistake, apologize and repent and then let it go. Do not let repentance, sadness or insecurity take over your life. To be elegant, you must be esteemed. So think elegantly and let your sophistication flow with you!

Be mindful of poise and deportment. 

Taking up ballet or ballroom dancing will help you to keep your poise and body deportment in check. Practice sitting up straight regularly. Never have significantly unsophisticated posture, but take some moments to yourself to relax. Try not to stress yourself considerably, even though elegant posture is necessary. Pull your shoulders slightly back, lift your head up a little, straighten your back, and walk like that! Other people will be considerably impressed at the way you carry yourself. Remember that even one hour of having good posture can impress fifty people. Work on it.

Take pride in your appearance. Wearing a nice dress from time to time can help. It’s nice to wear skirts more often but make sure your skirts or shorts aren’t too short. Always feel good about your dress codes.

Take care of your body. 

Having good hygiene is very important. Take good care of your hair. Use conditioner to keep your hair healthy. Brush your teeth and use deodorant, so that you smell fragrant and fresh. You can wear up-dos some days that are nice and sophisticated.

Use makeup and foundations that appear natural. 

Use concealer, foundation, and powder that are close to your skin tone, so that you look fresh and not tacky. Use a natural- colored eye shadow and lipstick – nothing too bright or gaudy. Eyeliner and mascara should not be used excessively. Understand that your wardrobe is also very important to the way people see you. If your garments are unrefined, people will naturally think of you as unrefined. If you wear elegant, sophisticated clothes, other people will take you to be the elegant lady you are. Dress in classic colors like beige, red, navy blue, emerald green, white, and pink champagne. Other elegant color combinations include blue and gold, pink and white, and white and teal sea-foam. Keep it simple. Do not use clothes that are too heavy with a lot of details and patterns.

Stay classy.

Do not wear clothes that reveal too much skin, are too tight, or use materials that look low class (Baggy, fuzzy fabric, etc.)( there is nothing wrong with leopard or any other animal print, some women can pull off the look and wear it well). If you dress this way, you may end up looking cheap and/or garish. It may also make you look like you’re trying too hard to be elegant. For an evening party, a formal dress or gown with a bold lipstick color can be a good choice. Choose a neat hairstyle and be sure your clothes look neat. Wear a nice perfume. Use scented perfume that is not too overpowering. Your perfume does not need to be expensive. Perfume that smells like roses or jasmine is very elegant. Stand up straight and do not slouch.

Keep being classy and refined. 

A truly elegant lady will always show refinement, grace, and elegance whether they wear jeans or an evening dress. this article will help you to be more refined.

Creativity comes from the inside and this is exactly what Mabel Morgana did! She’s just an icon of entrepreneurship. A French graduate who has done herself so much good in self investment.

Keep good manners at all times. Being an elegant woman is a lifestyle choice rather than simply a style. It is an every day thing. Speak well. Instead of saying “Nice design in your room”, say “The design of your room is refined, intricate and simply lovely”. A truly elegant woman has no need to swear, use vulgar language, or slang.

Credits: Mabel Morgana & Ajuzie,Queen Nwadiuto

Russian Father & Son Turn Car Into Working Transformer That Fires Guns

A father-son duo in Russia has remade an old VAZ-2110 Lada into a robot inspired by the Transformers movies, cartoons, and toys. Gennadiy and Sergey Kocherga reportedly spent six months on the project, then took it to a stunt show in Oryol (a small city slightly south of Moscow) to show it off.

The shape-shifting is impressive, and if these guys wanted to make a low-rent version of Michael Bay’s popular film franchise without the Mark Wahlberg element or dinosaur-themed prequel, I would be interested. Maybe a slow-burn dramedy with lovingly handcrafted car robots would be something we would all enjoy. What if someone we all love, like Donald Glover’s character in the slow-burn dramedy Magic Mike XXL, starred in it? Am I giving away the blueprint to film festival fame? It certainly seems like it.

there are Ladas, it seems, people will drive them and then do something very weird and probably dangerous when they want to get rid of them. And they just might ride that to viral fame.

However, sorry to be a buzzkill, this endearing father-son after-school project is outfitted with guns that in fact make it a really dangerous and terrifying machine. So, A-plus for creativity and mechanical know-how, and thaThe fifth Transformers film, which involves time travel and King Arthur personally sparring with car robots, is set to debut on June 23rd.

How to Be a Celebrity Bride

“Always a bridesmaid, never a bride” was once a lament as much as it was an adage, but these days, stepping out as bridal support—with a signature beauty look fitting of the occasion, naturally—seems to be a rite of passage for many of our favorite celebrities.

Just last week, Margot Robbie served up bohemian vibes with the help of a floral crown and loose waves at a close friend’s Hawaii nuptials. It-Brit Georgia May Jagger walked mother Jerry Hall down the aisle in a look reminiscent of her mom’s ’70s cool-girl bohemian influence: orange-bronze eyeshadow, a plummy pout, and long, layered bangs. Solange Knowles enlistedBeyoncé’s sisterly services for her big day in New Orleans, where Beyoncé upped the ante on her usual waist-skimming, honeyed waves with the addition of an understated flower crown.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen served as bridesmaids and designers for longtime friend Molly Fishkin’s ceremony, raking their trademark baby blonde waves into low, polished knots that offered a bit of supplementary style to the affair—and kept hair out of their eyes while they focused on the dress’s final additions. When Rihanna’sassistant chose April 20 as the date for her beachside vows in Honolulu, the singer made sure to stay on theme, echoing the carefree nature of the event with tousled auburn lengths piled high, surprisingly relatable purple lips, and eyes as smoky as her signature accessory.

And while Kate Middleton wasn’t technically a bridesmaid in her sister Pippa’s English wedding today, she performed at least one of the role’s key duties—holding her sister’s train as she prepared for her walk down the aisle, and conveying royal elegance in a polished chignon, blush-colored hat, and matching dress.

As wedding season approaches, here’s a quick lesson in how to be a celebrity bridesmaid, courtesy of those who know best.

Newly Engaged? These Are the 3 Things You Need to Do Next.

The experience of getting engaged is, in a word, overwhelming.You’re overcome with joy, inundated with text messages, and peppered with questions from well-wishers—all while absorbing the fact that you’re about to embark on creating a family of your. And don’t be surprised if someone asks you if you’ve booked a venue less than 24 hours post the popping of the question.

The best advice for really enjoying those first few days of excitement? Put your phone away. As obvious as it may sound, you can’t get that time—or the fresh optimism of the moment—back. Many couples even say that their memory of the actual proposal is hazy because it happens so quickly. If your partner gave a speech of some sort before getting down on one knee, ask for it to be handwritten out and keep it in a frame, a thoughtful and romantic way to hold on to your special moment that ensures it won’t become a blur.

Once the shock and euphoria wear off, it’s time to get down to business: You’ve got a wedding to plan, after all. To the newly affianced, navigating the world of venues, caterers, and invitations can seem like a foreign—and confusing—language. Below, some of the world’s top wedding professionals share the three most important steps to tackle after saying “yes.”

Make a Guest List

“Great style comes from ruthless editing—and that begins with your guest list,” says international wedding planner Colin Cowie. Knowing the size of your event sets a foundation for just about every aspect of wedding planning, so it’s good to get this squared away quickly.

Put together your master guest list, but keep in mind that once others (like the in-laws) get involved, your tightly edited list of 150 people can quickly balloon to 300. If you have your heart set on a smaller crowd or don’t have the budget to invite all of dad’s golf buddies, make it clear that you’re keeping the list tight and selective. “Think of inviting people to your wedding as similar to whom you would invite into your home,” suggests Andrew Cavitolo and Bobby Stern of Riviera Caterers. “Most people say, ‘I have to invite them,’ but give it careful thought.”

And even once you’ve finalized your list, there can still be some wiggle room. “Create a second list of invitations that you can send out if you know certain people will not be able to attend after the first round goes out,” Cowie suggests.

Create a Structured Budget

Step one leads right into step two: “The guest list is the gauge by which you will establish your budget and will define how far your money will need to go,” says Ron Wendt of Ron Wendt Design. Did you keep it to 100 people? Maybe there‘s extra money to splurge on flowers.

Formulating your Feldman

early is key as money hiccups are one of the biggest sources of friction in the wedding planning process. If you and your partner are footing the bill, have a frank discussion about what you can actually afford and stick to it. If your parents are involved, find out exactly what they can contribute and if they have any expectations about where their funds should go.

“Once you determine how much money you have to spend on a ceremony and reception, you can work on the what, where, and when,” says Kathleen Schaffer, cofounder and creative director of Schaffer.

Secure Your Venue

Once you have your guest list and budget set, it‘s time to sort out your venue. “You may have your heart set on a particular location, but if it can‘t accommodate your guest count, something will have to give,” Wendt says. And the earlier you can reserve, the better. Popular venues book up at least a year in advance, particularly during high season. “Many couples want to tie the knot within a year, but for some, it’s simply not possible,” Cowie says. “If you’re engaged in January and want a summer wedding, you may have to wait for the following summer. Relax and enjoy your short-lived engaged life!”

This choice sets the groundwork for the rest of the planning process. From here, it‘s time to launch headlong into decor, catering, dresses, and all of the wonderful details that will make your wedding day yours.

Credits: Ariel Feldman & Coole Godwin

Emerald weighing more than 600 pounds found in Brazil

Emerald weighing more than 600 pounds found in Brazil

SAO PAULO (AP) — Miners have found a 4.3-foot (1.3-meter) tall emerald weighing more than 600 pounds (272 kilograms) in Brazil’s northeastern state of Bahia.

Paulo Santana of Brazil’s National Mineral Production Department said the emerald was found about 20 days ago by miners of the Bahia Mineral Cooperative.

He would not estimate the emerald’s value. It was sold to a mine owner in the region.

The buyer’s lawyer, Marcio Jandir, said by telephone his client wants to exhibit the emerald in museums and libraries.

Jandir did not reveal the buyer’s name.

Santana said it was the second large emerald found in the region. The first one was 44 pounds heavier and was valued at more than $300 million when it was unearthed in 2001.