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Well, I chose this as the topic because of there are some people who follow a trend, whether or not its right they don’t mind and they do this stuffs mostly out of Ignorance OR because ‘this and that’ celebrity is doing it.
Most times there are things I see people wearing or doing and I’m like; Oh well… If only they knew.


The thing I really don’t get about this ‘trend’ is when it became fashionable to show one’s underwear, just like the ladies who enjoy showing us their bra straps. By now everyone should know that sagging actually started in American prisons because prisoners were not allowed to wear belts. But its so stupid that it has become a ‘fashion trend’ among guys.

Some guys put their trousers below their butt! To be honest, whenever I see a guy sagging it sorta seems like they’ve poo-ed in their trousers. What most of them don’t know is that it makes them look retarded and stupid.

The irritating thing is that when some of these guys sag, their boxers are either worn out or its one of those fake designers’ boxers.
If you must really sag, fine, sag but please if it reaches your butt OR below your butt then its a HUGE TURNOFF.


This is one of the most dastardly acts ever! Its really crazy, like why would a woman in her right senses shave off her eyebrows and ‘draw’ them back on! like TF?

Your eyebrows are there for a purpose, if you don’t like the way they are you are only supposed to SHAPEN them, not SHAVE them all off!
The worst thing is that some women ‘draw’ different colours of eyepencils (brown, green and red) in place of eyebrows and its really sickening.
While others draw their ‘fake eyebrows’ as long as telephone wires that it reaches up to their hairlines, others make it curve to the extent that it looks like a curve of parabola drawn on a graph. *sighs *smh

The point is that most of them (if not all) don’t know it makes them appear really cheap and ignorant. Sometimes, I even wonder what some of these women see whenever their reflection stares back at them from in a mirror, when they’re done dressing up.

(Editor’s side note: Ladies that fix their eyelashes and they look as if their eyelids are gonna fall off.. That shii cray)


Its like pouting has become the new way of taking pictures for some people, I mean they feel if they don’t pout, the picture just ‘isn’t okay’.
Most people pout just because they see international celebrities doing the same and they don’t know why it is being done.

White people pout to make their lips Fuller. But we Africans, already have full lips so why pout?

The pictures i’ve seen mostly on twitter, makes me wonder. I have seen avatars of girls with really full lips with red lipstick ‘smeared’ on it pouting, using red lipstick when you’ve got really full lips is a blunder on its own then pouting with it?! Horrible!, even girls with black lips are not left out, its nobody’s fault if you’ve got black lips but applying alot of lipgloss on and pouting is sooo not sexy (or isn’t that why most of them pout, to look sexy?)
If you fall into this group of girls, you deserve to go under the guillotine.
What most of you ‘pouters’ don’t know is that making your lips ‘long’ could actually lead to being permanently ‘long-mouthed’- {This is an UberFact (._. )}, just like that of Ant-eater.


Yes, this has alot to do with the topic, alot of people are very guilty of this crime.
Most people use this word without even thinking twice and they feel its okay to use the word ‘bitch’ afterall it has become acceptable.

Last time i checked, the word ‘BITCH’ means A FEMALE DOG!. I thought calling someone a ‘bitch’ used to be the lowest level of insults, that’s like saying someone is nasty, a hoe, and uncultured girl all rolled into one. But now? People especially girls take delight in calling each other/themselves ‘bitches’ that’s calling yourself A DOG, what other insult could be worsn than calling oneself A FEMALE DOG.

That aside, Let me talk about the guys.

Now, Most of y’all fancy calling each other ‘NIGGAS’. I think by now y’all should know that the word ‘NIGGA’ was what the white people termed the Slaves during the ‘SLAVE TRADE ERA’. After Freedom Fighters Like Martin Luther-King and Malcolm-X ( if you like *yimu till your nose falls off) fought and died in trying to end racism and stop the whites from the use of this particular word, Its sad to see that People, even more sadly, the male youths calling themselves Niggas.

But this name calling didn’t start here, its something that was copied from the African- American gangsters who roam the streets of America, most of them hardly even go through high school and to think that youths who are educated up to the University level descend so low to use this degrading word on each other.

Most International musicians mainly the African-American ones use the word ‘NIGGA’ and people feel its okay to use it. Alot of people copy the actions of celebs both stupid and otherwise, without thinking-  this is another problem on its own. Back to what i was saying, Most of these African-American musicians grew up on the streets, where the usage of such words are perfectly Okay.

You don’t see accomplished African-Americans like Barack Obama, Chris Gardner etc. Being referred to as Niggas.

I think these are the most familiar trends people blindly imitate. If you’ve got any other ones do mention them in the comment box, I’d like to be ‘enlightened’.

P.S- My heart goes out to those who lost their lives during the Peaceful Protests, May their souls Rest in Peace. Amen.
GEJ will surely get his ‘reward’.

In other news, that MayD’s ‘Soundtrack’ video, that video is just sooo…hmmmm. Okay, I’ll reserve my comments.

Shoutout to Kemi for giving me the opportuinity to express my views on her blog.

With that said, I think I’m done here.


Lemme Introduce to you Nkechi Modupeola Okoisor (@_nkechi). My close personal friend. Student, Model and CEO FAHARI COUTURE.

She’s a lil’ bit insane. I tried to interview her via BBM but we couldn’t keep a sane conversation.


Kemi :  Oya lerrus do our interview
Nkechiola: I’m ready 😀
Kemi : Ok
Kemi : How old are you?
Nkechiola: Ori e o pe ni? Wetin consign age with Fahari
Next qweshon!!!!
Kemi : Ok
Kemi : What inspired you to start Fahari Couture?
Nkechiola: Ehen…tiff! Where did u tiff that question from?
Kemi : My head
Nkechiola: Na so
Kemi : Answer Bitch
Nkechiola: Wo iss too long
Nkechiola: Oya chill
Kemi : Ok ma
Nkechiola: I had this barbie doll then, I would always design and sew clothes for her out of my old clothes, and I just had interest in it. My main inspiration was when I went for a fashion show here in Lagos, I met with top designers like Mai Attafo and the likes, I saw their designs being displayed on runway and I just thought to myself “you can do better than this” and that was all, I decided to take it into business
Kemi : Ok
Kemi : Who are your major pillars of Support?
Nkechiola: The pillar of salt
Kemi : Oh..Salty Bitch
Nkechiola: I no get jor
Kemi : Ok
Kemi : I’ll put your mum and myself
Nkechiola: Ok, my mum
Nkechiola: Weyrey!!

Kemi : Where do you see Fahari in the next 5 years?
Nkechiola: *clears throat* I see Fahari….err I dunno how to put the  english. I see fahari going international, being an African couture I want to leave foot prints in other parts of the world
Kemi : Ok
Kemi : How do you combine school work with designing?
Nkechiola: Jamb question!!!
Nkechiola: Designing is a part of me jor! :p I did fine art in ss3 you don forget ni?

Nkechiola: So it doesn’t affect it baybay!
Kemi : Ok

Some more info;

She started since: 2005 as Helen Kisor wears, she changed to Fahari Couture because she wants an African name.

Why Fahari?: Fahari covers the whole of Africa because it means Pride/Splendor in Swahili and Swahili is the most spoken indigenous      language in Africa.

Her inspiration: Her inspiration  comes about when she thinks about the challenges African women pass through everyday, she puts her ideas down into drawings (not writing)

Her newest collections:  they are called “Vukani” meaning Rise and shine in Zulu, these designs are based on stories from the 6 African countries who speak the language, their women have been through assaults one way or the other, they’ve also been beat down so many ways. These designs just imply that one should rise and shine no matter what they’ve been through.’

She makes:  Only clothes…And only for women of all shapes…Of all ages.

Contact: 07065367642.

Twitter: @fahari_couture / @_nkechi

Address: 94 opebi road

Watch out for Fahari Couture on the runway at Get Arena for Vibes and Stitches this December the 22nd.

Introducing Easy Clothing...

It is a Fashion Label Label that is involved in #StrictlyTees..

They make really Lovely tees at that..

See for yourself;

@_nkechi and @KunleCarter reppin’ Easy

@KunleCarter and @AdeOyeyipo

@_nkechi and @ms_thomide


@KunleCarter and @_nkechi again ^_^.

Hot Models Eh?

To get your own Easy shirt (@substantial prices 😉 ), You can contact them;

Ayo: BB Pin: 2790F47C     Twitter : @KunleCarter

Yemi: BB Pin: 21BAF7D      Twitter: @yemmie123

Dami: BB Pin: 2156E49F    Twitter: @Dami_Oyegunwa

E-mail address:

Phone Number: 08072833165

Like them on Facebook: EasY

Follow Easy Clothing on twitter here

I have gotten my shirt 8) should get yours too!!!

PS: My I wasn’t paid for this endorsement..I wasn’t given a free shirt either *side eye* I support my friends like that..

And for the Female Models’ pins, you can hit me up..But you will pay sha *wink*

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