In a bid to look like Angelina Jolie, A 19 year old Iranian woman undergoes at least 50 surgeries to look exactly like her screen idol.
Sahar Tabar is only 19, yet at such a young age, she has already had so much done to her body.
Sahar orginally from Teheran, Iran says that she looks up to her Hollywood idol so much that she would do anything to look exactly like the actress.
She went on to shed 90 lbs and now diets constantly to maintain her weight at 40 kilograms.She’s also had 50 surgical procedures just to attain the look that she had always coveted.
But in her enthusiasm to imitate her screen idol, people are referring to her as frightening, zombie-like, corpse bride, and the ghost bride. Many say she has turned herself into Tim Burton’s ‘Dead Bride’ cartoon character.
However the 19 year old seems pleased with her new look and shares photos of herself to her 296,000 instagram followers.
Meghan Markle has finally found her Prince Charming, but it has come at a huge cost, with the American actress forced to give up on many of her passions.
Markle had to make the heartbreaking decision to leave behind her dog Bogart after moving to the UK to start her new life, as the pet is thought to be too old to fly overseas.
The 36-year-old has also given up on her career as an actress to take up full royal responsibilities in Britain, bringing an end to her run as Rachel Zane in the hit series Suits, the show which brought her to prominence.
Kensington Palace confirmed that Miss Markle’s new role would also force her to give up her charity work with the United Nations.
She has already moved out of her two-bedroom home in Toronto according to reports, as she prepares to settle down with Prince Harry in his Nottingham Cottage, within the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Paul Okoye, former member of defunct music group, Psquare has apologized for his role in the fight that teared the duo apart.
The singer now known as Rudeboy while bring featured on Beats FM also expressed regrets over the fight that brought an end to the PSquare brand.
Paul said he acted stupid during the crises and that he was not himself at that time.
He berated himself for shading his brother on social media during the crises. Even after being aware of the fact that every family goes through a phase and he realized that bringing it to social media is the worst the duo did.
When asked if the group will ever record a song together again, he said: ”Trust me, I don’t know”
Speaking further, Paul said, “My fans, take heart. As e dey break my heart, na so e dey break una heart.”
“I think I was very stupid, in that aspect. Something got into me. I couldn’t stand him. But what I did, I regretted it. Please forgive me for that and let me move on.
Libya has recently come to the fore following claims of slave trade, alleged killings of migrants and human trafficking going on in the country.
Libya’s UN-backed government says it is investigating allegations that hundreds of African refugees and migrants passing through Libya are being bought and sold in modern-day slave markets.
According to reports, the trade works by preying on the tens of thousands of vulnerable people who risk everything to get to Libya’s coast and then across the Mediterranean into Europe – a route that’s been described as the deadliest route on earth.
Libya is the main gateway for people attempting to reach Europe by sea, with more than 150,000 people making the crossing in each of the past three years.
“They [the refugees] are from several African countries and they say they have fled war, poverty and unemployment in their countries.
“They have taken a tough journey through the desert and they have paid people smugglers to get to Libya to try to cross the Mediterranean to Europe.
“With the security and financial collapse in Libya, human trafficking and smuggling have become a booming trade,” says Mahmoud Abdelwahed, reporting from a detention center in the Libyan capital Tripoli.
Nigerian celebrities have spoken up against ongoing Slave trade in Libya.
The concerns and reactions from Nigerian celebrities on social media who are calling on African leaders to act immediately and put a stop to modern day slavery have been reported via socal media platforms.
@Ritadominic “We cant blame others this time,we need servants leaders,African leaders should do better to improve the lives of citizens.
@MoAbudu “Whatever pushes our youth to this level of desperation needs to be addressed. Our youth deserve more #Libya#LibyaSituation #slaveryinlibya
@Dbanj, “We won’t be quiet! Calling On All African People To Join Us On Friday As We Occupy The United Nations High Commission In Lagos Against The Vicious Enslavement Of Our Brothers And Sisters in Libya!!!
@Davido, “What a wicked world we live in!!!! We need to come together to fix this!! ME I GALANT FOR THE MATTER!! CLEAR!!
@Patoranking “African leaderscant yousee whats oing on in Libya..why is libya not making world headlines on CnN BBc and the rest? Oh God
@Mreazi “My heart goes out to my brother s and sisters in all forms of slavery worldwide most especially those in Libya right nowl ets lend our voices and help address this madness” As we condemn this
@Donjazzy “This is heartbreaking! Say no to slavery.
@TokeMakinwa “This is so SAD, how did we get here? We need to erase the notion that the grass is greener on the other side,Life is equally as tough on the other side if not tougher, that is the reality, people are running away from home daily and some of them we haven’t heard from are being sold. Things are tough but these guys are promised a better life and then later sold to slavery. They are beaten, starved, etc. This must stop #alllivesmatter#blacklivesmatter stopslaveryinlibya
@Omonioboli “African leaders wake up! If you fix your countries, people won’t see the need to migrate illegally at all cost!Libyan government, how do you people sleep at night knowing this is happening in your country? These are human beings being slaughtered and enslaved
“Pray for our brothers and sisters in Libya but while we pray, let’s shake the foundations with our voices! With one voice, we are loud enough! #Libya
@FlavourNbania ” Slavery must end in Libya and other parts of the world where this inhumane act is still taking place!!!
As the former president of Zimbabwe, Mugabe resigns after 37 years in poers, the Gays and Lesbians in Zimbabwe are thrilled by the resignation.
The former 93 year old president strongly opposed all acts of homosexuality and even had fights with some European governments because of his stand on homosexuality.
He one time, said homosexuals were worse than pigs and dogs.
Speaking to newsmen in Harare, the country’s capital, the director of the Gays and Lesbians of Zimbabwe (GALZ), Chesterfield Samba, said the community received Mugabe’s resignation with jubilation and that they hope his resignation will terminate the brutality and hatred they have suffered from the government.
“We are ecstatic that the face of brutality, hate and impunity has resigned. Mugabe, repeatedly, fuelled public prejudice against LGBTI individuals through public statements that endorsed abuse of LGBTI people in Zimbabwe. LGBTI people were subjected to abuse and harassment on account of their real or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.”he said
“Under Mugabe’s rule, the State had, in many cases, been an active sponsor of homophobia by subjecting individuals suspected of being gay or lesbian” to cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment”. he continues
“GALZ welcomes the news of Mugabe’s resignation with much celebration and implores the new President to uphold the rule of law, respect the constitution of Zimbabwe, allow Zimbabweans to enjoy their freedoms particularly of expression and association and to ensure that citizens do not live in fear of their leaders.” he said
He concluded by saying that “Mugabe, to us, represented a brutal system and the real work of sanitizing this system continues. In light of the resignation of Robert Mugabe, GALZ hopes that the new government will commit to upholding Zimbabwe’s constitutional obligations to protect the rights of all people, including LGBTI people.”
In this video, music star, D’banj is performing during his set at the recently held Phyno Fest in Enugu when he spots a girl being assaulted in the audience.
D’banj immediately stops his performance to get the girl taken backstage while his security personnel attempt to discipline the guys involved.
In retaliation, most of the audience turns again D’banj with several of them throwing bottles of water on stage. Undeterred, D’banj continues his performance and even finds a way to get the crowd pumped up again.