17 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery Disasters

Hello my good readers.I bring to you another great post.So in recent times,i used to ask myself if it is good to have plastic surgeries or not.Although some do have it and look nice,others do and it doesn’t go well for them.Even to think of it,why will someone try changing the beautiful looks given to them naturally.And some said due to health situations and others said just to look more elegant and fashionable.Below are some celebs who had it  and saw something else.Look at the pictures and judge for yourself. You can then comment telling me if is good or not.Acube2o13 wanted you to judge for yourselves.

Amanda Le-pore is a 44-year-old transgender model and recording artist. Her repeated anti-aging attempts left her looking like this.

Guns N’ Roses’ 50-year-old frontman Axl Rose reportedly got cheek implants and a facelift.

Former French First Lady Carla Bruni’s puffy face is reportedly the result of Botox.

“Splash” actress Daryl Hannah, 51, denies ever having plastic surgery and says it makes people “look like Muppets.” But her lips and cheeks look fuller.

The Duchess of Alba, who is Spanish royalty, has reportedly had repeated Botox injections. In 2011, the 57-year-old married a man 24 years her junior.

Reality star Heidi Montag, 25, had 10 procedures in one day, including a facelift and nose job. She now says she regrets the procedures.

Former Playboy playmate Shauna Sand’s lip injections have totally changed the appearance of her face.

34-year-old British glamour model Katie Price has gone through extensive surgery, including a nose job and lip injections.

Actor Mickey Rourke is one of the few actors to admit to having plastic surgery. He said he went to the “wrong guy” to fix his boxing injuries back in the ’90s.

Television actress Nikki Cox was reported to undergo cheek and lip implants at just 34-years-old.

Paul Stanley from Kiss apparently had a nose job to give his profile more definition. He is also reported to have had a face lift.

Pete Burns is best known as the singer from the hit “You Spin Me Round (Like A Record).” He made a documentary about his plastic surgery nightmare.

Fashion Icon Donatella Versace’s looks have changed drastically in the past 10 years.

Soap opera actress Joan Van Ark, best known from “Dallas” and “Knot’s Landing,” shocked attendees of a charity event she attended looking completely different.

Finnish escort Johanna Tukiainen, who shot to fame after a sex scandal with the country’s foreign minister, has undergone numerous procedures in recent years.

Italy’s Michaela Romanini used to be considered one of the most beautiful women in the country. Now she’s unrecognizable.

Former beauty queen and television presenter Bruna Felisberto reportedly had a nose job and cheek implants.

BEST WAY…!!!

So I kept asking myself questions like..”Why..?…How…??…When..??…What…???…and I remember words like…shall,will,want,..etc.Am writing all these to let you know that..:”when there is a will there is a way..””And never look down upon yourself no matter the situation.”Never say never” and also never tell yourself I can’t…always be like(..”Let me try”..)….Am kwame whiz but today I was your counselor.Goodbye and thanks for reading…..”ADIOS”….:)

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just for laughs

We Are Not Dead!⁠

Two little boys stole a bag of mangoes from their neighbor and decided to go to a calm place to share the loot.

One of them suggested the nearby cemetery. As they were jumping the big gate to enter the cemetery, 2 mangoes fell out of the bag behind the gate but they didn’t bother to pick them since they had enough in the bag.

Few minuets latter a drunkard on his way from a local bar passes near the cemetery gate and heard a voice: “One for me, one for you.”One for me, one for you.”

He immediately sobers up and runs as fast as he can to the local priest.

“Father father please come with me, come and witness God & Satan sharing corpse at the cemetery.”

They both ran back to the cemetery gate and the voice continued: “One for me, one for you, one for me, one for you, one for me, one for you…

Suddenly the voice stop counting and says: “Hey, What about the two at the gate?”

The priest and the drunkard took to their heels shouting, “We are not dead yet… we are not dead yet… we are not dead yet..

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just for laughs

An Army Officer was deployed to Afghanistan. While he was there he received a letter from his girlfriend. In the letter she explained that she wants to break up as she is in love with someone else and wanted nothing further to do with him. To add injury to the insult, she said she wanted pictures of herself back.

So the Officer does what any squared away Officer would do. He went around to his buddies and collected all the unwanted photos of women he could find.

He then mailed about 25 pictures to his girlfriend with the following note: ‘I’m sorry I can’t remember which one you are, but please take the one that belongs to you and send the rest back. Thank you.

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MTV EMA AWARDS 2013 NOMINATIONS

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Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis lead the nominations for the 2013 MTVEMA with five nods apiece. 

JT secured nominations for Best Male, Best Live, Best Video for Mirrors and Best Look while first-time EMA nominees Macklemore & Ryan Lewis compete for Best New, Best Song forThrift Shop, Best Hip Hip and Best World Stage. The two acts only go head-to-head for the accolade of Best US Act.
 
 
Justin BieberLady GagaMiley Cyrus and Robin Thicke aren’t far behind having all been nominated for four EMAs.
 
Meanwhile, Calvin HarrisEllie GouldingOlly MursOne DirectionRudimental all vie for this year’s Best UK & Ireland Act.
 
Lady Gaga and Miley Cyrus will go head to head for the Best Female title, and both will vie against Robin Thicke for Best Video. Gaga is also up for Best Look and Biggest Fans, while Cyrus has secured additional nods for Best Pop and Best US Act.  
 
 
Thicke’s other nominations are for Best Song for Blurred Lines (ft. T.I. & Pharrell), Best US Act and Best World Stage for his performance in Malaysia earlier this month.  Perennial EMA nominee Justin Bieber is once again nominated for Best Pop, Best Male, Biggest Fans and Best Canadian Act. 
 
Other notable EMA nominees include Taylor SwiftBruno MarsGreen Day, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Daft Punk, Rudimental, Icona Pop and One Direction, who are each up for three EMA nominations (with 1D’s Harry Styles also nabbing a nod for Best Look). 
 
Artists with two EMA nods include Rihanna, Katy Perry, Eminem, Jay Z, Bastille, Imagine Dragons, The Killers, Paramore, Rita Ora, Drake, Afrojack, Avicii, Calvin Harris and Iggy Azalea. 
 
Any Anchorman fans shouldn’t miss the 2013 EMA Nomination Special Hosted By Ron Burgundy today at 4.30pm on MTV HITS where San Diego’s finest will deliver the news on this year’s EMA nominations in his unique and hilarious way.
 
The 2013 MTV EMA will be shown on MTV 9pm on Sunday November 10 broadcast live from Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome.
 
Beginning today, you can vote for EMA categories at www.mtvema.com. Voting closes on Friday November 8.
 
Full 2013 MTV EMA Nominations:
 
BEST SONG
Bruno Mars – “Locked Out Of Heaven”
Daft Punk – “Get Lucky” (Ft. Pharrell Williams)
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – “Thrift Shop” (Ft. Wanz)
Rihanna – “Diamonds”
Robin Thicke – “Blurred Lines” (Ft. T.I. & Pharrell)
 
BEST POP
Justin Bieber
Katy Perry
Miley Cyrus
One Direction
Taylor Swift
 
BEST FEMALE
Katy Perry
Lady Gaga
Miley Cyrus
Selena Gomez
Taylor Swift
 
BEST MALE
Bruno Mars
Eminem
Jay Z
Justin Bieber
Justin Timberlake
 
BEST LIVE
Beyoncé 
Green Day
Justin Timberlake
P!nk
Taylor Swift
 
BEST NEW
Bastille
Icona Pop
Imagine Dragons
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Rudimental
 
BEST VIDEO
Justin Timberlake – “Mirrors”
Lady Gaga – “Applause”
Miley Cyrus – “Wrecking Ball”
Robin Thicke – “Blurred Lines” (ft. T.I. & Pharrell)
Thirty Seconds To Mars – “Up In The Air”
 
BEST ROCK
Black Sabbath
Green Day
Kings Of Leon
Queens Of The Stone Age
The Killers 
 
BEST ALTERNATIVE
Arctic Monkeys
Fall Out Boy
Franz Ferdinand
Paramore
Thirty Seconds To Mars
 
BEST HIP HOP
Drake
Eminem
Jay Z
Kanye West
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
 
BEST ELECTRONIC
Afrojack
Avicii
Calvin Harris
Daft Punk
Skrillex
 
BIGGEST FANS
Tokio Hotel
Thirty Seconds To Mars
One Direction
Justin Bieber
Lady Gaga
 
BEST LOOK
Harry Styles
Justin Timberlake
Lady Gaga
Rihanna
Rita Ora
 
BEST PUSH
Karmin (October 2012)
Rudimental (November 2012)
Imagine Dragons (January 2013)
A$AP Rocky (February 2013)
Bastille (March 2013)
Austin Mahone (April 2013)
Bridgit Mendler (May 2013)
Tom Odell (June 2013)
Iggy Azalea (July 2013)
Icona Pop (August 2013)
twenty one pilots (September 2013)
 
BEST WORLD STAGE (WS)
Alicia Keys – WS Manchester 2012 (aired Dec. 7th)
fun. – WS Rock Am Ring 2013 (taped June 7th)
Garbage – WS Mexico 2012 (aired Dec. 21st)
Green Day – WS Rock Am Ring 2013 (taped June 9th)
Jason Mraz – WS Live In Myanmar 2012 (taped Dec. 16th)
Jessie J – WS Malta 2013 (taped 26th June)
Linkin Park – WS Mexico 2012 (aired Oct. 26th)
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – WS Wireless 2013 (taped 13th July) 
No Doubt – WS Frankfurt 2012 (aired Dec. 28th)
Paramore – WS Rock Am Ring 2013 (taped 7th June)
Rita Ora – WS Malta 2013 (taped June 26th)
Robin Thicke – WS Malaysia 2013 (taped 8th September)
Snoop Lion – WS Durban 2013 (taped May 18th)
The Black Keys – WS NY Webster City Hall 2012 (aired Oct. 12th) 
The Killers – WS Big Day Out 2013 (taped Jan 18th) 
 
BEST UK & IRELAND ACT
Calvin Harris
Ellie Goulding
Olly Murs
One Direction
Rudimental
 

BEST AFRICAN ACT (winner goes on to compete in Worldwide Act category)

Fuse ODG 

LCNVL

Mafikizolo

P-Square

Wizkid

 

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TOP 100 UNIVERSITIES IN AFRICA

top 100 of everything and anything

top 100 of everything and anything

2013 WORLD UNIVERSITY WEB RANKING

Top Top 100 Universities and Colleges in Africa by the 4icu.org University Web Ranking   https://acube2o13.wordpress.com/2013/09/19/top-10-universities-in-africa/ ‎

1  University of South Africa
South Africa
2  University of Cape Town
South Africa
3  Universiteit Stellenbosch
South Africa
4  University of Dar es Salaam
Tanzania
5  University of KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
6  University of Pretoria
South Africa
7  Cairo University
Egypt
8  University of the Witwatersrand
South Africa
9  University of the Western Cape
South Africa
10  Obafemi Awolowo University
Nigeria
11  Makerere University
Uganda
12  University of Botswana
Botswana
13  Mansoura University
Egypt
14  Rhodes University
South Africa
15  Alexandria University
Egypt
16  The American University in Cairo
Egypt
17  Zagazig University
Egypt
18  University of Johannesburg
South Africa
19  Assiut University
Egypt
20  University of Nairobi
Kenya
21  Université Cheikh Anta Diop
Senegal
22  University of Zambia
Zambia
23  North-West University
South Africa
24  University of Lagos
Nigeria
25  Tanta University
Egypt
26  University of Ghana
Ghana
27  Université de Ouagadougou
Burkina Faso
28  Université Mohammed V – Agdal
Morocco
29  Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
South Africa
30  Cape Peninsula University of Technology
South Africa
31  Université d’Antananarivo
Madagascar
32  Ain Shams University
Egypt
33  University of Ibadan
Nigeria
34  Kenyatta University
Kenya
35  University of Namibia
Namibia
36  Universiteit van die Vrystaat
South Africa
37  University of Nigeria
Nigeria
38  The German University in Cairo
Egypt
39  University of Limpopo
South Africa
40  Université de la Reunion
Reunion
41  University of Khartoum
Sudan
42  Benha University
Egypt
43  Universidade Eduardo Mondlane
Mozambique
44  Helwan University
Egypt
45  École Nationale d’Architecture
Morocco
46  University of Fort Hare
South Africa
47  Université Nationale du Rwanda
Rwanda
48  Al Akhawayn University
Morocco
49  Université Catholique de l’Afrique de l’Ouest
Benin
50  Tshwane University of Technology
South Africa
51  Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
Kenya
52  Minia University
Egypt
53  Addis Ababa University
Ethiopia
54  Fayoum University
Egypt
55  Moi University
Kenya
56  University of Ilorin
Nigeria
57  October 6 University
Egypt
58  South Valley University
Egypt
59  Sokoine University of Agriculture
Tanzania
60  Université Mouloud Maameri de Tizi Ouzou
Algeria
61  Université Mohammed V – Souissi
Morocco
62  Al-Azhar University
Egypt
63  Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Ghana
64  Misurata University
Libya
65  Minoufiya University
Egypt
66  Université d’Oran
Algeria
67  Université Hassan II – Mohammedia
Morocco
68  Polytechnic of Namibia
Namibia
69  Université d’Alger
Algeria
70  University of Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
71  University of Cape Coast
Ghana
72  The British University in Egypt
Egypt
73  Université de Tunis El Manar
Tunisia
74  University of Zululand
South Africa
75  University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
Nigeria
76  University of Malawi
Malawi
77  Université Cadi Ayyad
Morocco
78  Université Mentouri de Constantine
Algeria
79  Suez Canal University
Egypt
80  Université de Yaoundé I
Cameroon
81  Egerton University
Kenya
82  University of Swaziland
Swaziland
83  Kafr el-Sheikh University
Egypt
84  Université Ibn Tofail
Morocco
85  Université de la Manouba
Tunisia
86  Université Hassan II – Casablanca
Morocco
87  Covenant University
Nigeria
88  University of Benin
Nigeria
89  École Nationale Supérieure en Informatique
Algeria
90  Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediène
Algeria
91  Durban University of Technology
South Africa
92  Strathmore University
Kenya
93  Ahmadu Bello University
Nigeria
94  Université Ibnou Zohr
Morocco
95  Universidade de Cabo Verde
Cape Verde
96  Sudan University of Science and Technology
Sudan
97  University of Mauritius
Mauritius
98  Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences
Tanzania
99  Gulu University
Uganda
100  Vaal University of Technology
South Africa

source…. https://acube2o13.wordpress.com/2013/09/19/top-10-universities-in-africa/ ‎

7 WONDERS OF AFRICA

Africa is the continent where the human history began. It is also the second largest continent of the world with 30,272,922 square kilometers. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Indian Ocean to the southeast, the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Suez Canal to the northeast. There are human vestiges of agriculture and cattle in Africa that dates from 6000 BC. Some of the most ancient examples of plants domestication were founded in both, Ethiopia and Western Africa.

Generally, the climate of Africa varies from tropical to sub-arctic on its highest peaks; including the desert in the northern half, while it is able to find both savanna plains and dense jungle regions in the central and southern areas. For this reason, Africa has the privilege to refuge the largest combination of density, wild animal populations and diversity including carnivores, herbivores, jungle creatures and aquatic life. It is estimate there are over a thousand, and even over two thousand languages in Africa, most of them are of African origin, however some are also of European or Asian origin. This influence have become Africa in the most multilingual continent in the world, so that, it is not rare to find most of the individuals speak fluently multiple languages.

Some of the oldest civilizations of Africa were Egypt and Phoenicia. Later, the north of Africa was occupied by the Roman Empire and after by the Arabian Islamic Caliphate. In the XIX century most territories of Africa were invaded by the colonial armies from the most powerful European countries like England, France, Spain, Germany, Italy and Belgium. However, nowadays Africa has 910 844 133 inhabitants, 53 countries, ; but it is also a continent that hides amazing treasures and cultures. From Egypt to South Africa, you can find an endless number of impressive natural sites and monuments, including beautiful mountains, exuberant wild life in natural reserves, amazing water falls and much more. Unfortunately for long time, and until now, most African marvels were hidden because of either ravages of time, nature or repressive governments.

Africa is known as the fathers of civilization.Most beautiful countries were built by help of african due to the slave trade.All the strong and interlligent men were captured by the colonial masters and  they were  made to work overseas.Therefore most great and beautiful cities and countries were built by african slaves.Africa is also known for is richness in minerals such as gold,diamonds,bauxites etc.Africa is indeed a great continent.A continent full of tourist attractions.Africa is indeed a blessed continenet.

These seven wonders are just a sneak peek of how great and wonderful Africa is.

  1. Victoria Falls

    The Victoria Falls is one of the best spectacular natural wonders of the world, also called “Mosi-oa-Tunya” constitutes the largest curtain of water in the world into the Zambezi Gorge with its 1708 meters wide.

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    victoria falls

     
  2. The Lighthouse of Alexandria

    This wonder was located in the island of Pharos in front to the coastline of Alexandria. The Lighthouse served to guide the sailors and it was one of the highest buildings of the world.lighthouse-alexandriath

  3. Great Pyramid of Giza

    The Great Pyramid of Giza , also called Khufu’s Pyramid or the Pyramid of Khufu, and Pyramid of Cheops, is the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza Necropolis.

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    the pyramid

  4. Kom el Shoqafa Catacombs

    The Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa is a multi level labyrinth featuring dozens of chambers adorned with sculpted pillars, statues and other Romano Egyptian religious symbols, burial niches and sarcophagi.catacombs-of-komth

  5. Karnak Temple

    The religious complex of Karnak at Luxor was the most important religious center in Egypt while Thebes was the capital of the Empire, its wonderful temples and sculptures are one of the greatest wonders of the planet.karnakth

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    Cairo Citadel

    The Saladin Citadel of Cairo is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Egypt with the Muqattan hill, Mosque of Muhammad Ali and wonderful Islamic structures.cairo-citadelth

kwame whiz…will bring you more…about africa

Forbes Top 10 Richest Africa Artistes

top 10 of everything and anything

AKON

 

  • (1) Akon- Senegalese-American top the list – Founder of Konvict Music, gave bigger platforms to other African artistes such as P-Square and Wizkid .
  • DON JAZZY

    DON JAZZY

(2) Don Jazzy- Ranks as Best African and Nigeria Music Producer. CEO of Marvin Records, Samsung, Loya Milk and MTN as Brand Ambassador, Influential producer. He has produced Songs for D’Banj, Kanye West, Beyonce and American Rap Mogul Jay Z.

  • P-Square

    P-Square

(3) P-Square- Ranked as Best African Music Group. Featured on Forbes Magazine for Africa twice, sold out concert, and presidential guest in at least 5 African countries. They also fly a private jet.

  • D Banj

    D Banj

     

  • (4) D’banj- CEO of DB Records, Music Artiste. International music brand, GOOD Music, Def Jam, Mercury deal, Sony Entertainment Music distribution deal.
  • wizkid

    wizkid

     

  • (5) Wizkid- Music Artiste. EME artiste, Starboy CEO, affiliation with Disturbing London, international collaboration with Wale and others, perform twice on stage with American Pop Singer Chris Brown, and he is the highest paid Pepsi ambassador in Africa. He is also an ambassador for MTN.
  • 2 face

    2 face

     

  • (6) 2Face Idibia- Music Artiste. Produces 10 million discs and has at least 7 million digital sale. He is a UN Ambassador for Youth and Peace, associated with Guinness, Haven Homes, Airtel Worldwide and philanthropist – Tuface Idibia Foundation.
  • Anselmo Ralph

    Anselmo Ralph

     

  • (7) Anselmo Ralph- Music Artiste, Samsung and Coca Cola Ambassador. Known as the ‘Angolan Prince’, he owns a perfume line, clothing label, a multimillion dollar tour bus, and he is a Sony Music African artiste.
  • SARKODIE

    SARKODIE

     

  • (8) Sarkodie- Ghanaian Rapper. Presidential youth ambassador in Ghana, owns Sark clothing, and he is a Samsung and Fan Milk ambassador in Ghana.2012 BET award winner.Known as the fastest rapper in Africa.He also brought about the azonto tune.
  • ice prince

    ice prince

     

  • (9) Ice Prince- Music Artiste. Multiple award winning rapper, Has received six million downloads, owns two studios, One Foundation member, Plug N Play Ambassador, Zamani Foundation.Also the 2013 BET award winner.

BANKY W

 

  • (10) Banky W- Music Artiste. Co owner EME, Samsung Ambassador, Philanthropist, multiple award R&B and Soul winner.

 

Source: all Africa ,Forbes