Hank Baskett’s transgender mistress claims she was attacked by Kendra Wilkinson fans

While Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Baskett are putting his reported affair behind him, the reality star’s fans are apparently not doing the same.

The transgender female who had a relationship with Hank Baskett is filing a police report, claiming she was attacked in a gay bar by Kendra Wilkinson fans who were out for revenge.

Ava London is currently telling Modesto Police that she was inside a gay bar called Climax when a man and a woman attacked her. She says they pummeled her and pulled her weave out, screaming she was a “homewrecker” and a “hoe.”

The alleged attacker Blake Tinsley admitted attacking Hank’s reported lover and posted the video of the aftermath on his Instagram page and wrote, “LOL, the #husbandf***er Ava got told she’s a hoe today and she/he went crazy.”
The guy actually admits the attack saying, “After she flipped her fake-ass hair in my face and after i was being held by security my girl Tee Tee beat the s*** outs her.”

Blake has since removed that comment but has posted his own video of the night showing Ava approach and hit his car.

While Ava’s face is hard to see, the video clearly shows a person dressed in the same outfit that she posted selfies in earlier in the evening and in videos at a fast food restaurant that appear to be filled after the alleged attack.
Blake tagged in reality star Kendra in the Instagram post.
In response to comments by the model’s friends, Blake claims it was Ava that initiated their fight.
He wrote: ‘This is funny these people thing [sic] they know but I was the one who was first harassed when Ava hit he with her hair and that was uncalled for.
‘I asked for footage cause she kept hitting my car to get to my friend who simple asked her why she would be rude to me.

Source: Linda ikeji

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Photos: Atiku Abubakar pays Gen Buhari courtesy visit

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Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar paid a courtesy visit to the president elect, Gen Buhari yesterday.

Source: Linda ikeji

None Of The Rescued 293 Females Is From Chibok – Borno Govt

Borno state govt says profiling of the 293 females rescued from Sambisa forest yesterday April 28th shows that they are from Damboa local government and not from Chibok as was highly speculated.

Speaking with newsmen in Maiduguri today April 29th, the state Commissioner for Information, Dr. Mohammed Bulama, say the rescued females are from Bumsiri village in Damboa Local government area and were all kidnapped from the village by the sect members.

“These girls and women rescued are still our daughters as much as the Chibok girls and we have to commend the military for liberating them, hoping that the rest will equally be liberated.

Though everyone had thought they were the Chibok girls because of the hype surrounding the abduction of the girls, but we should not lose sight of the fact that they are as important as the Chibok girls and those that are still in captivity, which we hope would be liberated soon.

But at the moment, we are looking up to the time the 293 women and girls would be handed to us so that we can begin the process of rehabilitating and reintegrating them back into the society.” he said

– Source: naijaloaded.com

Bruce Jenner gets a lot of support from his ex wives

Bruce Jenner and 2 of his ex wives were seen pictured together on Instagram. His second ex-wife Linda Thompson (right) who was married to Bruce from 1981 to 1986 posted a snap of Bruce with his arms around both her and his first wife Chrystie Crownover (left), with a link to a lengthy and glowing article she wrote for the Huffington Post about their lives together.

Linda Thompson who is Bruce Jenner’s 2nd wife posted the picture of the three of them on Instagram with the caption: ‘It has been gently brought to my attention that I never personally shared the link to the Huffington Post abbreviated excerpt from my memoir in progress. So here it is. And thank you for your loving & kind response! #chrystiebruceandme.’

64 year old Thompson is the mother to his children Brandon Jenner, 33, and Brody Jenner, 31. In her Memoir, she said looking back at their time together there were no clues that Bruce was questioning his identity because he was very confident and seemed comfortable in his own skin, hence was shocked when he made a confession.

Chrystie is the mother to his children Burt Jenner, 36 and Casey Marino nee Jenner, 34.
She said he confessed to her when Brody was about 18-months-old and Brandon was about 3-and-a-half-years-old. “Bruce came to me one day with a very somber look on his face and said, ‘There’s something about me that I really need to tell you, something you need to know,'”
Thompson shared her shock when Jenner admitted to identifying as a woman, and questioned him extensively. “Bruce lamented, ‘I have lived in the wrong skin, the wrong body, my whole life. It is a living hell for me, and I really feel that I would like to move forward with the process of becoming a woman, the woman I have always been inside,'” she said.

Linda confessed that she tried to fix him because she thought he was only going through a phase so suggested therapy but it didn’t help the situation, so after 6 months of therapy, they separated.

She explained that even though she kept his secret she still loved him nonetheless.
A Kardashian insider said that while Kris was aware of Bruce’s female tendencies, she, like Linda believed it was a phase as well.

Thompson’s further stated: ‘Bruce has always had my loyalty, even if he wasn’t aware of it. I support his courage and commitment to this new chapter of his life. My hope is that his transition will inspire others who struggle with their identities, and my prayer is that humanity has evolved and been educated enough to exercise kindness toward those we may perceive as ‘different.”

‎Kris Jenner, Bruce’s last wife who is the mother to models Kendall Jenner 19 and Kylie Jenner 17, still hasn’t said much in regards to his transition, well, apart from her single sentence tweet.

Bruce Jenner was married to Chrystie from 1972 to 1981. Married to Linda from 1981 to 1986 then to Kris Kardashian Jenner from 1991 to 2015.

Source: Linda ikeji

Fuel scarcity: Federal Government to pay marketers N156bn fuel subsidy claims

In order to prevent current fuel scarcity, The Federal Government, yesterday, said it would pay MOWAN N156 billion, out of the about N256.2 billion the marketers claim is owed to them in subsidy claims.

Minister of Finance, Mrs. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala made this statement at the World Customs Day event held in Abuja yesterday, expressed optimism that the payment, which is expected to be made today, will help address the current fuel scarcity plaguing the country. According to her, the Federal Government is committed to ending the fuel scarcity within the shortest time and that despite the revenue challenges facing the government, the issue of fuel subsidy payments to oil marketers remain a huge priority.

She stated further that “We have been engaging oil marketers over the scarcity issue. We paid them N350 billion and N31 billion in the foreign exchange differential in December. “Tomorrow (which is today), we will be paying them N100 billion for which we had earlier given them IOUs, and interest rate differentials of N56 billion. I am about to sign to get that paid and I think Nigerians will agree that the government is making good effort to accom­modate the oil marketers. They are also Nigerians and they also need to co-operate with us”.

The Minis­ter of Information, Patricia Akwashiki, stated that the in­coming administration of Gen Muhammodu Buhari will not inherit fuel scarcity immediately because the coun­try has enough fuel in its reserves for almost 1 month, 27 days to be precise.

She said “I want to assure that we have enough fuel to supply and the problem is not that we do not have fuel on ground. We have a problem with the tanker drivers and that has to do with the non-payment of fuel subsidy claims But from tomorrow (which is today), the Coordinating Minister of economy is going to start pay­ing off some of the liabilities we have in that sector and it will ease off,’’.

Source: Linda ikeji

We believe our missing girls will come home eventually, says Chibok community

Members of the Chibok com­munity in Borno State have not yet seen any of their 219 schoolgirls abducted over a year ago by Boko Haram insurgents in the Northeast of the much beleaguered state. However, they insist that they have high hopes that their missing daughters would soon walk home. Tuesday’s res­cue of 200 girls and 93 women that was announced by the authorities has raised their hopes that things might soon turn around for good for them, and their daughters would eventually be rescued.

The Nigerian military high command on Tuesday announced that troops had rescued some 200 girls and 93 women during a counter-insurgency operation near Sambisa Games Reserve where the Boko Haram insurgents have their camps.

“Our gallant troops have been making progress in the desired aim of ridding the nation of terrorists and their sanctuaries. It is heartwarming to inform you that today, (Tuesday), troops continued the offensive and cleared four key terrorists camps in Sambisa forest, Borno State. So far, they have destroyed and cleared Sassa, Tokumbere and two other camps in the general area of Alafa, all within the Sambisa forest. The troops rescued 200 abducted girls and 93 women. They are presently being processed,” Acting Director Army Public Relations, Col. Sani Usman, disclosed in a message to Daily Sun on Tuesday.

Some media reports had speculated that the 200 rescued girls might be part of the 219 Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by the insurgents on April 14, 2014. But the military, while clarifying the report, insisted that those rescued were “not Chbok girls.”
However, parents and relations of the Chibok schoolgirls, in their reaction to the news of the release of the 200 girls, said the development had raised their hopes that their daughters could be found soon. They said the rescue also brought to the fore the fact that several other women and girls had been kidnapped before and after April 14, 2014 when their daughters were whisked away into the forest by Boko Haram.

“We are happy because people that were hitherto not known to have been abducted are now being rescued, It is giving hope to us the parents and relations that some of the Chibok girls will be freed one day, even if not all,” spokesman of the Chibok Community (Kibaku Association), Dr Mannaseh Allen, informed Daily Sun.

According to him, the rescue on Tuesday of the women and girls has cleared the air of initial doubts from certain quarters over the abduction of the Chibok girls.
“This development also gives us hope and clears the air of intial doubts that the abduction of our daughters was untrue. It gives credence to the fact that not only Chibok schools girls have been kidnapped by Boko Haram but several others who many people outside Borno were unaware of,” he added.

He said Chibok people were now more hopeful than ever before, adding that the despair and gloom of the commemoration of the one year anniversary of the kidnap of the teenagers have now thawed with the cheering news by the military on Tuesday. He said right now, the entire community was rejoicing with the families of the 200 girls and 93 women just rescued. “At least,, we believe they can now re-unite with their families after they have been identified,” he noted.
A security source confirmed to Daily Sun that many of the rescued girls were earlier kept in Gwoza by the insurgents but were moved to Sambisa forest when the military launched an offensive in the area earlier in April, leading to the recapture of the hilly town that had been a stronghold of the insurgents. It was named the capital of Boko Haram’s purported Islamic caliphate.
Some teenagers were kidnapped in Konduga and Askira Uba in June, 2013 when the insurgents attacked the area while several others were abducted in the series of attacks on communities by the insurgents. Many believe more girls and women kidnapped by Boko Haram in the state might still be unaccounted for.

But a convener of Pro-women rights group, Women for Peace and Security Network who is also a Bring Back Our Girls Crusader, Prof Auwa Biu said the rescue of the 200 girls did not call for jubilation.

“There is no cause for any jubilation for some of us in the campaigns to bring back our girls,” she said in a telephone interview with Daily Sun yesterday. She challenge the military to produce the photographs of the women and girls that were rescued immediately, wondering why the military made the information about the rescue known to the public before carrying out its investigation. She described the effort as diversionary, saying the military only used the 200 girls to take away attention of the people from the schoolgirls abducted from the Government Girls’ College, Chibok, in April last year.

Source: Linda ikeji