Date
August 25, 2018

ENTERTAINMENT: Alex Blocked Me, I Don’t Unfollow Anyone – Tobi Bakre

The 3rd runner up of the last Big Brother show, Tobi Bakre spoke out on recent issues regarding his friendship with fellow housemate, Alex. The ex-Banker spoke to Saturday Beats and he explained that rumours that he unfollowed Alex, whom he was very friendly with in the house and whom many thought he was dating, on social media. But, he Tobi claimed that he was the one that got blocked and that he doesn’t generally unfollow people “I didn’t unfollow anybody; I was blocked and then she followed me back. I have never unfollowed anybody on my social media accounts before, I was blocked and then she followed me back,” [Read]

PHOTOS: Meet 14-year-old Tanmay Bakshi who works for Google, earns over ₦450 million annually

NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that while an average Nigerian teenager is hawking goods on the major roads, 14 year old Tanmay Bakshi is a software programming whiz. The teenager is also said to be among the youngest developers building applications around Watson, IBM’s artificial intelligence platform. He’s Currently working for Google with a Salary of $1.25 Million! annually. This has indeed got to underscore the importance of massively investing in Information Technology, especially  in this present ever growing technologically-driven age. More juicy updates and Hot Gists shortly!! google [Read]

TENNIS: Serena Williams Banned From Wearing Catsuit At French Open

Tennis champ, Serena Williams has been banned from wearing her “Blank Panther-inspired ” catsuit at the French Open in future. NEWS FLAKES NG further gathered that the 23-time Grand Slam champion drew unusual attention when she made her return to Grand Slam tennis this year wearing the eye-catching outfit at Roland Garros, following the birth of her first child in 2017. At that time she said she felt like a “superhero” after wearing the catsuit during her 7-6 (7-4) 6-4 win over Kristyna Pliskova in May. But in a new interview, the president of the French Tennis Association’s president Bernard Giudicelli told Tennis Magazine that the tournament will now have [Read]