Watch Tyga Feed Kylie Jenner On Snapchat PDA

Not too long ago, Kylie Jenner had the responsibility of making sure bacon was readily available for her model sister Kendall during New York Fashion Week. Kylie called herself a bacon distributor and pulled off the task with grace. Now, Kylie has found herself on the other side of the food spectrum. Instead of bacon, she’s eating pasta. The pasta distributor is Tyga. And yes, the whole thing played out on Snapchat.

I really can’t wait to see what these two do/eat/snap next. In the mean time, please enjoy this video of Kylie singing your favorite TLC song beside someone who may or may not be Tyga.

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Nigeria Spends N3.50 Daily To Feed One Prisoner- LEDAP

The Nigerian government spends a meagre N3.50k to feed an inmate in Nigerian prisons each day, the Legal Defence and Assistance Project has said.

Speaking at a round table for media and civil society organizations in Lagos, Thursday, Chino Obiagwu said that the current cost was increased by the new Comptroller-General of Prisons from the previous N2.10k per prisoner.

The round table was themed ‘Moving Nigeria Towards the Abolition of the Death Penalty.’

“The truth is that many prisoners supplement their meals because all kinds of businesses and activities go on inside the prisons,” said Mr. Obiagwu, National Coordinator, LEDAP.

“If you allow Nigerian prisoners to survive on their ration, they will all die.”

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Woman Dressed Like Man For More Than 40 Years To Provide For Family, Awarded “Woman Breadwinner” (See Photo)

For more than four decades, Egyptian mother Sisa Abu Daooh dressed as a man to provide for her family. Last week, she was awarded the “woman breadwinner” award by the authorities in her hometown of Luxor and was congratulated in person by the Egyptian president.

Abu Daooh, 65, was celebrated on Sunday in a ceremony at the Egyptian presidential palace, where she met President Abdel-Fattah El-Sissi and received a prize of about $6,500, Agence France Presse reports. Wearing a traditional male robe and turban while receiving the award, Abu Daooh was praised by the president as “an exemplary working woman.”


Abu Daooh was pregnant with her daughter Houda when her husband passed away in the 1970s, leaving her as the sole breadwinner of the family, Al-Arabiya reported. Abu Daooh quickly found that in a traditional Egyptian society at the time, few jobs were available to illiterate women, and it proved much easier to find work dressed as a man. She took up jobs in brick making and shoe shining, but altered her appearance to avoid being harassed.

“As to protect myself from men and the harshness of their looks and being targeted by them due to traditions, I decided to be a man … and dressed in their clothes and worked alongside them in other villages where no one knows me,” she told the network.

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