American built, AFRICAN STRONG..

Nsima is a Nigerian-American Body Builder here in the United States .
He comes from a long line of fufu eaters. He has the fufu-advantage..
If you want to look like this, you need that heavy duty fufu.

Get real, it will take more than fufu to look like this..

Tell your man to get out that heavy duty fufu and go workout!!!!


You want to look like him?
Check him out on:
Instagram: thenattyprofessor
Facebook: Nsima the Centaur Inyang

Please share this post with your friends and support this young athlete’s dreams.

WHITE GIRLS in Nigeria

Before and AfterTo all the white girls in Nigeria and the future white girls wannabe’s, BEWARE!!
If you are going to bleach, get ready for these:

Dark gray spots: (All over the skin you are trying to bleach)

  • Skin cancer: (I hope you saved up money for chemotherapy. Buy a good wig because your hair will fall out as a side-effect to chemotherapy. If you don’t have money for chemotherapy then, good luck!!)
  • Acne
  • Swelling of the skin: (you want to walk around looking like a monster, go for it)
  • Thinning of the skin
  • Cataracts:  (clouds the lens in your eyes. Google it.)
  • Setting down of fat on face, chest, upper back and stomach: (get ready to gain more weight.)
  • Increase in appetite and weight gain
  • Osteoporosis: (it affects your bones.)
  • Neurological and kidney damage due to high level of mercury used in the creams- (No amount of attention is worth you losing your kidneys. Ladies, stop this nonsense.. Wake up from this madness, seriously! Stop with this stupidity.)
  • Psychiatric disorders: (depression- no matter how fair you look, you will never feel beautiful.)
  • Severe birth defects: (it could affect your future unborn children)
  • Asthma
  • Liver damage
    (http://www.indiaparenting.com/beauty/article)
  • Seeing all these negative consequences, do you think its still worth it bleaching your skin? Who told you were not good just the way you are? Newsflash: Nobody can tell you something, you didn’t already tell yourself. Bleaching is not the answer for an internal problem. Get a mental image of who are and fix that first. Fixing the outside comes with a price that will affect you for the rest of your life.Stop letting society define you, define yourself for ONCE.

    Truthfully, anything or guy that wants to subject you to these unnecessary health problems is not worth your time. LOVE YOURSELF. TELL YOURSELF, YOUR ARE BEAUTIFUL. SAY IT UNTIL YOU BELIEVE IT.

The 21st century Love story of Ruth and Boaz: How Ruth got a Rich man?

Introducing Ruth..

Ruth is Naomi’s daughter- in- law and now Mrs. Boaz. She is famous for her love story with her husband, Boaz. It’s a very unique story.

9jagirl4real: Thank you Ruth for choosing to do this web interview with me. I am honored to have you talk to me outside your busy schedule.

Ruth: Thank you so much for having me. I always feel honored to share my story with the world.

9jagirl4real: Let’s get right in then…

Ruth: Sure..

9jagirl4real: You know your story is very unique story because you married a rich man. A lot of women in my country, Nigeria want to marry politicians because they are rich. What is the secret in getting a rich man?

Ruth: Work! Face God’s business and God will bring the man. After my ex-husband died, I moved from New York to Florida with my mother-in-law. I was also going through grief missing my ex-husband, but I had to get myself together and went back to work. I prayed with my mother-in-law and I left with God’s favor.  So ladies, face God’s work. Whatever God gives you to do at the time.

9jagirl4real: You are saying you got your husband by working. What type of work? A lot of women nowadays are working very hard by wearing flashlights (mini skirts, shorts, fake breasts, boobs) So explain what you mean by work.

Ruth: Work as in I got a job. Do something. Have something going for yourself. Do you think Boaz would have noticed me if I wasn’t working?   I concentrated on the job I was doing and I did it wholeheartedly for God.  Boaz noticing me was nothing of my doing either. It was God’s favor on my life. When you are about God’s business, he will favor you.

9jagirl4real: Wow.. Ruth is preaching on my blog!! It was an honor having you here. Thank you so much. Greet your husband, and mother-in-law for me.

Ruth: Thanks!!

9jagirl4real: What can you learn from the love story of Ruth and Boaz? Ruth wasn’t lazy. She was about God’s business and God gave her husband. Instead of spending your time looking for a rich husband, spend your time and face God’s business or whatever God puts in your hands to do. Do something!! Let’s be real, no man of God wants a lazy woman. Use this time to add value to yourself inside and outside. Your blessing doesn’t necessarily have to be a rich man. If you desperately want a rich man, no problem, you also need to be a rich woman. Let’s be fair.

Till next time.. This is 9jagirl4real!!!

Dear Mr. Me,

Good morning!!!!  I hope you slept well. I should probably wait to tell you because it is so early in the morning. I locked my heart. I don’t want to meet you anymore. I know God hasn’t chosen the path of singleness but I need to be single right now.   If God wants you in my life, he will make it happen. I am chasing God, Mr. Me. I am tired of answering questions of when you will come into my life. Babe, I have accepted the idea that if you never come, I will be ok. The sun will still shine; I will still workout on Tuesday mornings. I choose to be happy without you.

Love,
Mrs. You!!
I will wait for you!!

Nigerian Men vs. Black American Men..

This blog post is solely to help you make your own conclusion about Nigerian and black American men.

The same on the outside but different on the inside.

The same on the outside but different on the inside.

There is so much tension between the Black American community and Africans in general because we are too ethnocentric to understand each other.
Guess what??

Comparing Nigerian men to Black-American men is like comparing an orange to a different grade of orange. Collectively, we can all agree that there are cultural differences between these two groups. To accurately understand Nigerian Men, we need to understand the Nigerian culture and the same goes for black American men. It is wise to have a basic understanding of these two group’s culture.

Photo Credit: Google Images

Photo Credit: Google Images

There is a Nigerian culture and Black-American culture. Culture has a way of influencing people’s life perception, belief system, behavior and etc. The way people allow culture to influence their lives is subjective. People have their individual culture amidst a wide broad culture. The focus should be on a person’s individual mentality shaped by his or her culture, environment, background and more. For example, in a choir, there’s a collective sound made by individual voices. The same goes for culture, we have a Nigerian or Black-American culture in the midst of that is our own individual culture.

Culture affects each individual differently. When you meet a person from a different culture do not allow your preconceived knowledge of a culture halt you from understanding this individual’s culture or mentality. Have a general knowledge of their culture and determine how much of their culture have influence on this person’s personal mentality or culture.

A Nigerian man’s mentality is influenced by his culture, experience, history, socioeconomic background and more. Every

man (Nigerian or Black American) is going to have a different type of mentality because we all have different experiences and cultural influences. Stereotypes are a threat to an accurate understanding of each individual person.
In conclusion, an individual’s personal culture and mentality should override your broad knowledge of a Black American or Nigerian culture. We need to learn to understand the person for who they are. People are affected by culture in different ways. The way culture influences each person is truly a mystery. Nigerian men are not all the same and the same goes for Black American men. Don’t make a conclusion on any person until you have the full knowledge of who they are.

A tribute to Charleston Shooting Victims..

Written by: Justin Anderson

No words can articulate how deeply saddened, outraged, appalled, and disgusted I am with the shooting massacre that took place at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, SC which is my home state. My prayers, thoughts, and support go out to all the victims and their families and loved ones! You know, being a Black man in this country, I often wonder how much has changed for my people since President Lincoln signed this so called, “Emancipation Proclamation” in 1863 that supposedly was the beginning of the liberation of the Black slaves.

When I take a look at what is happening to my fellow African-Americans: We are still being lynched and murder through the means of police brutality and white racist gun owners who often times are found not guilty, that is even if they get charged first. We make up approximately 12 percent of the American population but make up over 50% of the prison population. We are the poorest people financially as a whole in this country owning approximately around 1% percent of the nation’s wealth as a group. Then, we still have to face racial discrimination, prejudice, and profiling in all areas of people activity. Now we are being killed in our own churches by racists? We need to wake up Black community!!! Racism white supremacy has declared war on us, particularly the black man! We are being SLAUGHTERED by the masses now! How many more INNOCENT black lives are we going to lose to racism white supremacy? I am convinced it is safe nowhere in this country for black males now! Police brutality has gotten so bad, as a Black man, I know if I am ever just in the presences of a White police officer, I am in the middle of a life or death situation hands down. The question is what do we do about this genocide towards our community?

#BlacklivesMatter

#BlacklivesMatter

It is going to take more than just PRAYER my fellow African-Americans! That is why the Black church has become so ineffective now; too many of us are SO HEAVENLY MINDED that we are NO EARTHLY GOOD! The book of James in the Bible states faith without works is dead! We as black people need to come together spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically, and most importantly financially and build our own BLACK economy! We need to have our own businesses, organizations, and institutions solely Black owned and operated! But in order to do that we will have to put aside all these petty differences we have with one another and work together as a team and see each other as allies: not enemies!

Then we will have the POWER and INFLUENCE to PUNISH those who even THINK about trying to harm us in any way! We can then ameliorate our lives of our people educationally, health wise, living condition wise, and politically! We need POWER in our community to protect ourselves and MAKE things happen in our favor! ‪#‎BLACKLIVESMATTER‬!!

Mental Surgery before Plastic Surgery..

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“Boys think girls are like books, If the cover doesn’t catch their eye they won’t bother to read what’s inside.”
― Marilyn Monroe

“Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart.”
― Kahlil Gibran

“The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mole, but true beauty in a Woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she knows.”
― Audrey Hepburn

“The best part of beauty is that which no picture can express.”
― P.C. CastBetrayed

“There is nothing more beautiful than someone who goes out of their way to make life beautiful for others.”
― Mandy HaleThe Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass

“Outer beauty attracts, but inner beauty captivates.”
― Kate AngellSqueeze Play

“Beauty shouldn’t be about changing yourself to achieve an ideal or be more socially acceptable. Real beauty, the interesting, truly pleasing kind, is about honoring the beauty within you and without you. It’s about knowing that someone else’s definition of pretty has no hold over you.”
― Golda Poretsky

You may not look so favourably on your outward appearance, but when God looks at you, He sees His beautiful daughter. While God cares deeply about our own personal struggles with our outward appearances, whatever they may be, He cares even more for you. Your outward appearance does not change God’s acceptance of you, and it certainly does not change the way He feels about you.”
Corallie Buchanan, Watch Out! Godly Women on the Loose

“A pure heart is superlatively rare and even more attractive.”
J.S.B. Morse, Now and at the Hour of Our Death

“Whole life is a search for beauty. But, when the beauty is found inside, the search ends and a beautiful journey begins.”
Harshit Walia

“If people were more concerned with how they looked on the inside, then on the outside, the world would be a nicer place to exist.”
David Walsh

“A great figure or physique is nice, but it’s self-confidence that makes someone really sexy.”
Vivica Fox

“True beauty could be discovered only by one who mentally complete the incomplete.”
Okakura Kakuzō, The Book of Tea

“Beauty is not who you are on the outside, it is the wisdom and time you gave away to save another struggling soul, like you.”
Shannon L. Alder

“What do you whisper to yourself?
Speak and declare positive words to yourself.
You are created for specific mission.
You are special person.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Beautiful Quotes

“Outer beauty is like a decade; it doesn’t last forever. While inner beauty stays permanent like an ocean. By all means, hold strong to your inner beauty.”
Edmond Mbiaka

“3 Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as elaborate hairstyles and the wearing of gold jewelry or fine clothes. Rather, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.”- 1 Peter 3:3-4