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‘I was drunk…’ Jordyn Woods admits Tristan kissed her on the lips

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Jordyn Woods has admitted that Tristan Thompson kissed her on the lips but confidently declared that she is not the reason for his split with Khloe Kardashian.

The 21-year-old star appeared on a highly-anticipated episode of Jada Pinkett Smith’s Red Table Talk on Facebook Watch on Friday to give her side of the story.

She admitted that she had gone to a party at the 27-year-old basketball player’s house and that he did kiss her on the lips.

Jordyn said:

He did kiss me… no passion, no nothing on the way out he just kissed me.

Jordyn sympathized with Khloe and all that she’s had to deal with involving the ‘turmoil’ in her relationship with Tristan and public perception.

However, Jordyn remained firm in saying that she was not the reason the power couple ultimately split.

 

During the Red Table Talk, Jordyn addressed prior reports that she was blackout drunk when the hook-up happened.

She maintained that there was alcohol involved and she was drunk but still conscious.

Jordyn explained:

I was not tipsy, I was drunk but I was not beyond the point of recollection. I know where I was.

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The Life Of Kylie star said that she was leaving the party around 7 am in the morning as she saw that the sun was coming up and that she understands the negative perceptions people would have about that.

This is how Khloe is handling heartbreak after Tristan cheated on her

She explained:

This is where the story gets tricky because I feel like I can’t point fingers and I can’t say “you did this or you did this” because I allowed myself to be in that position.

Jordyn also said that she never slept with Tristan.

The drama has seemingly ruined things with her BFF Kylie Jenner as Jordyn suggested she is no longer friends with the 21-year-old lip kit mogul.

Daily Mail.



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Why Ringtone rejected Azziad´s proposal despite promising him 7 children

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Barely weeks after controversial artist, Ringtone Apoko made headlines of a possible relationship with Azziad Nasenya, he has come out to say the TikTok queen does not meet the threshold of his ideal woman.

Ringtone has to be one of the few gospel artists in Kenya who has been single for so long and still not bothered that age might catch up.

When asked, the gospel artist says he is yet to meet a woman ideal to be his lawfully-wedded wife.

Just when we thought Azziad – having agreed to feature in his new track Zoea Mawe – would fit as one of the few ladies Ringtone would not be embarrassed to be spotted in public with, it turns out to be wrong.

Affluent gospel artist, Ringtone Apoko

Up and close with celebrated radio personality, Jalang´o, Alex Apoko admitted that Azziad has every characteristic a man would admire, but there is something she lacks – spirituality.

Also read: How Ringtone bought his multi-million mansion in Runda through President Uhuru Kenyatta (Video)

You will be shocked at what made Azziad get knocked off Ringtone´s list.

Azziad is beautiful and intelligent but I can´t date her because she does not pray 7 times a day and does not speak in tongues. However, she told me she is ready to bear 7 children. She still has a couple of things to achieve for her to suit the kind of ´wife material´ I desire.

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Content creator and dancer, Azziad Nasenya

Well, I am also not sure about the agreement on 7 children but let´s leave it at that.

Wedding Zari

Referring to his disappointing proposal to Diamond´s ex, Zari Hassan, Ringtone denied that he intended to marry her – he was instead misquoted.

I never wanted to marry Zari. But seeing the way Diamond broke her heart, I decided that as an evangelist, I should encourage her. I told her; ´I as Ringtone, I love you so much like Jesus loves you´. I was trying to help her with my Range rover since she said she loves the luxury German ride. But the media misinterpreted my intentions for her.

Ringtone proposes to Zari

Before revealing:

I am not a virgin. Before I became saved, I had committed sins.


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Hustle Gang: After getting fired, I found success making leather soccer balls

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For years ago, Stephen Kabagi alias Mr Balls had a job which he lost when a leather company he worked for closed shop.

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BY THE BOOK: Jacob Aliet

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By VIVIAN ODONGO

Jacob Aliet is the author of Shoreline Origins, Magnolia Flower, First Encounters, The Photographer, and Levant Church which is his latest work of fiction. When he’s not writing, he works part time as an IT project manager, business analyst and Trainer. Apart from fiction books, Jacob has written several newspaper articles and has been published in academic journals. With the evolution of technology and social media, Jacob says the internet cannot be ignored when it comes to book publishing and selling. He shares his story with Nation.co.ke

Hardly do we find people in IT sector writing novels. What inspired you to be a writer?

It is a dream I have nurtured since I was 17 after reading Robert Ludlum’s Road to Gandolfo. I read that book and I told myself I would like to one day fuel people’s imaginations the way he fueled mine, and create beautiful characters the way Ludlum did in that book. I have since read hundred if not thousands of books that further fueled my desire to write. I always say IT is what I do for a living but writing is my work.

Among the five novels you’ve written, which one is your favourite and why?

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My favourite is Shoreline because it begins in a rural setting, which is full of beauty and wonderment. The heroine’s story is an unlikely story, just like mine and she emerges as a surprise from the depths of darkness. It also has a lot of potential and its sequel is coming out in September this year.

What type of issues do you intend to address with your novels?

First is to tell a good, engaging and entertaining story. As I tell a good story, I also want to address issues of love, family, religion, fear, hope, determination, courage and the power of possibility. I have a Science Fiction book scheduled for 2021 which will blend the paranormal and artificial intelligence. At some point, I also want to write religious fiction which is an area I have a lot of expertise in.

How do you balance between being a family man, your job, and writing?

I go to bed early and wake up early. I stopped watching television and ensure that I use all the time I have towards my work. I strive to get a balance – it is not easy. Fortunately, I am home every day so I get to spend some time with my wife and kids.

Who is your favorite Kenyan author, and why?

Meja Mwangi. Carcase for Hounds made a big impression on me. The way he portrayed the Mau Mau fighters, how he described the struggle General Haraka had with his injury and later the fever when the wound got infected. I also loved Binyavanga Wainaina, particularly Discovering Home. Hot on their heels is Ngugi Wa Thiongo.

Why do you opt for self-publishing instead of working with a publishing house?

First it’s because of my content. My readers are mainly young adults and older people. The Kenyan publishing industry heavily favours educational books, so from the get go; they look askance at my work. Secondly, the disruptive power of the internet has reached the publishing industry, whether the publishing houses realise it or not. With social media, I can reach readers far and wide.

Your latest book, ‘Levant Church’ is an intriguing title. What drove you to write the book?

I was in the middle of writing Shoreline Evolution when I came across a drawing of a mermaid by Haitian artist Kendy Joseph. I wrote a short post about it on Facebook and it caught fire immediately. This was the spark that inspired me to create the antagonist, the demoness called Anita. For the storyline, I thought of the situation today in our society where we have self-styled prophets who purport to perform miracles to draw people to their churches.  I pushed it further and have such a pastor engage in occultist rituals and how he struggles with the unforeseen consequences of crossing lines.

What’s your advice to young, upcoming authors about publishing and book selling?

They should never give up on their writing dream and putting their work out there. When people read your work, you get feedback and stay grounded.  Readers hook you to the networks you need.

Also, your work will be rejected. Don’t let that discourage you. Stephen King was rejected.  Back in 1995, J.K. Rowling wrote a synopsis of the first “Harry Potter” book to send to publishers, and it was flatly rejected. It’s the name of the game. When your time comes, if you stay the course and keep getting better at your work, you will also get the accolades you feel you deserve.

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