Tuesday, October 26

Tag: Bad Behaviour

Mike Tyson Slept with Prison Counselor to Reduce his Sentence
Sport

Mike Tyson Slept with Prison Counselor to Reduce his Sentence

Former boxing champion, Mile Tyson revealed that he slept with a prison counselor in order to reduce his prison sentence. In the prime of his career, Tyson was arrested for raping an 18-year-old beauty pageant contestant. Although he maintains his innocence, Tyson was convicted in 1992 and sentenced to six years in prison. However, he spent less than 3 years at the Indiana Youth Centre before being released in 1995. He had also gotten a fourth year added to it because of his bad behavior while locked up Speaking about his life in prison, he said he was supposed to spend 4 years and needed to pass the GED (General Educational Development) in order to reduce the term, so he helped himself by dating the counselor. He said; "I got in trouble like the first six months and stuff, c...
Blessing Okoro criticizes Nigerians for glorifying ‘bad behaviour’ by rewarding disqualified BBNaija housemates
Lifestyle

Blessing Okoro criticizes Nigerians for glorifying ‘bad behaviour’ by rewarding disqualified BBNaija housemates

Blessing Okoro has criticized Nigerians for glorifying "bad behaviour" by showing massive support for Big Brother Naija housemates after they're disqualified from the show for breaking house rules. The relationship blogger who runs Break Up or Make Up (BOM), shared a tweet that reads, "Before you know it now, disqualification will be a faster way of cashing out than even winning BBNaija, because the way we dey glorify bad behaviour is getting out of hand." Blessing Okoro added the caption: "Like I don't understand this people called Nigerians. Bunch of confusing." This comes after housemate Erica Nlewedim was disqualified for breaking the Big Brother Naija house rules by being disrespectful towards her fellow housemates.
Actress, Rose Mcgowan Makes History As First Woman To Win GQ’s Inspiration Award
Celebs

Actress, Rose Mcgowan Makes History As First Woman To Win GQ’s Inspiration Award

Hollywood actress, Rose Mcgowan will make history at the upcoming GQ Men Of The Year Awards as the magazine’s first female recipient of the Inspiration Award. The Grindhouse star will be honored for helping to kickstart the #MeToo and Time’s Up anti-harassment and equality movements by bringing attention to disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein’s alleged predatory behavior.   McGowan was among the first of many women to speak out against the movie mogul, who she claims raped her in a hotel room at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.   “I’m proud to be honored by GQ, receiving the Man Of The Year Inspiration award. It’s a new dawn, a new day for all of us to celebrate positive societal change” she said in a new statement, released just after her latest accolade was annou...

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