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Nikki Bella reveals she only slept in same bed as John Cena just 30 days out of six months before split



John Cena And Nikki Bella

Nikki Bella has revealed she only slept in the same bed as John Cena just 30 days out of six months before the pair’s shock split.

The WWE star, who was due to wed Cena earlier this month, made the confession on an upcoming episode of E!’s Total Bellas.

Nikki, 34, shared: “What’s hard at times that people don’t realise about my relationship is I’m alone a lot.

“I’m alone in these big, beautiful homes.”

The new season of the reality show sees the former couple move to San Diego, but despite just moving into a brand new, plush home, the pair rarely get to enjoy it together.

Nikki added: “Honestly, John and I have shared our bed together maybe 30 days total, out of six months.”

Later, Nikki’s twin Brie and sister-in-law talk about how motherhood has changed them, and it prompts Nikki to think about how lonely her life will be without a family of her own.

“Hearing Brie and Lauren, JJ and Bryan all talk about their family stuff and their kids, it makes it sink in a little bit more of lonely it will be and how lonely it gets,” she goes on.

It was previously claimed the pair split because Cena didn’t want to have kids.

However, the WWE legend since made a huge U-turn and declared on live TV this week that he did, in fact, want to marry Nikki and settle down and have a family.

“It’s up and it’s down. I’ve always been honest with you guys, but I also don’t want to ruin your viewers morning by giving a bowl of sadness soup,” he told Today Show hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.

“It’s been incredibly reflective, which is amazing, but it is very difficult. I had my heart broken out of nowhere – or for me, it was out of nowhere.”

He continued: “And anyone who has experienced that knows that it comes with a series of bad feelings.”

“For anyone out there speculating on what I am doing with my life now, I still love Nicole. I still would love to marry Nicole. I still would love to have a family with Nicole.”

“There was an unfortunate set of circumstances where our relationship ended.”

Cena also insisted that he is not loving the single life and is grieving the end of his relationship.

“There has been a lot of speculation recently about me being seen in public, and everybody is thinking like, ‘Oh, John Cena is enjoying the single life.’ No, I was supposed to be married and having a honeymoon over these two weeks. It is the first time in 15 years that I have taken a vacation,” Cena said.

“I am in my house alone surrounded by these emotionally strong memories, and every day from 6 to 9, I get out of the house and talk to strangers [for] social interaction.”

“I don’t want anybody else, I love Nicole. And I’m really trying to support her in finding whatever it is that she wants that made this fall apart in the first place,” he said.

“I don’t have any other hopes other than that maybe one day we can work it out.”

The WWE stars, who had been together six years, were due to marry on May 5 – a year after John got down on one knee during Wrestlemania 33.

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More PHOTOS Of Ronaldinho’s Two Beautiful Fiancees




According to reports in Brazil, Brazilian football legend Ronaldinho, 38, is reportedly engaged to two beautiful women, and he’s set to tie the knot in August with the pair Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza.

The Former World Player of the Year proposed to the ladies in January last year and gave them both engagement rings, according to Brazilian columnist Leo Dias.

The pair who are said to be friends has been living with the former Barcelona star since December at his £5million Rio de Janeiro mansion, according to reports.

The women receive an “allowance” of around £1,500 from the footballer for upkeeps.

The wedding is expected to hold at a private ceremony inside the Santa Monica condominium, in the upmarket Barra da Tijuca district in Rio.

See Photos below!!!

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Anas hurt, BBC disappointed; Sefa Kayi breached confidentiality : Baako




The mentor of Anas Aremeyaw Anas, Mr Abdul Malik Kweku Baako, has explained the circumstances that led to the breach of confidentiality between President Akufo-Addo and Anas and led to the reporting of Kwesi Nyantakyi to the police ahead of the outdoor of the documentary on sports corruption. According to him, it was agreed that the Presidency would have responded to the exposé on the part that concerns President Akufo-Addo a day before or on the day the documentary was to be shown, however, that was not done.

Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ latest work on sports corruption expected to be shown on June 6, 2018, is a joint project between Tigereye and the BBC.

However, even before the documentary is shown, there has been a reaction with President Akufo-Addo reporting the Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi to the police for influence peddling and defrauding by false pretense using his [Akufo-Addo] name based on evidence captured in the documentary.

Nyantakyi saga: Presidency breached confidentiality – Baako Explaining the circumstances that led to the breach of confidentiality on Metro TV’s Good Morning television discussion programme Thursday, Mr Baako, the Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper said it was for ethical reasons that they couldn’t go and put out the documentary without giving President Akufo-Addo an opportunity to view and respond.

That, he said, would have been “criminally irresponsible so that opportunity was offered him [Akufo-Addo].

“We knew that the project was not complete and the time it would be outdoors to the public, the date had been stated as 6th June.”

“Let me be honest, the President [Akufo-Addo] watched some few minutes, about 5 minutes or so of the video project, those portions that concern the president.”

I had my own difficulty with how things have unfolded – Kweku Baako. Adding, Mr Baako said there was a certain confidentiality agreement that they had reached with the President, “I think people are reading so much into it, there was no formal written agreement, it was more or less a gentleman’s agreement between the two sides, the President on one side and the Tigereye cum BBC on the other side.”

He said the two sides agreed to let the president watch those portions that concern him and interview him for his reaction since it was all part of the investigative process, “and they graciously agreed, and it was also good for the other side so that nobody gets hints of what was coming.”

“It appears that what triggered the presidential intervention or response was that on Kwami Sefa Kayi’s show [Kokrokoo] on Tuesday he dropped a hint that the president had been mentioned, the vice president too had been mentioned and that gave the impression that we too were breaching that confidentiality because Kwami was perceived as being part of us, I [Baako] might have told Kwami so how did he get to know and why did he drop it?

“And then that particular disclosure was picked up by various people, social media ….as if that meant the president was guilty or implicated, so that triggered their response, very unfortunate, I’m disappointed but I understand. I debated, I protested, they made their case, I evaluated and I realized that well here is a situation you have a whole president, he had given his word, he will keep cool till the day or two before and then suddenly out there, its been said that he was mentioned, it’s a huge office and he has also got integrity, which for me is indestructible…, so they reacted and that reaction changed the dynamics.

“Indeed I can tell you that the BBC is disappointed that this happened. I was disappointed, Anas disappointed because none of us knew that there was going to be a response, I got to know after the event had taken place.”

Mr Baako added that Mr Sefa Kayi himself has conceded.

Showing Anas exposé to Akufo-Addo before public wrong – Alban Bagbin

“I read also and in this case, it is a very experienced politician Mr [Alban] Bagbin saying that it was wrong for the President to have viewed it before, incredible, absolutely incredible. If he [Bagbin] were to be in that situation, would he be happy if this thing was put out there before your response is solicited, would he be happy. Even the ethics alone compelled the investigators to give the President that option of watching and in any case, it was not as if he watched all the video,” Mr Kweku Baako said.

The emphasis is on football, this is about football corruption…it so happens that in the course of the investigations, the GFA boss is captured peddling influence to the extent of mentioning political people in the political establishment then the mixture of politics and football came in, otherwise the focus is on football.”

Mr Baako reiterated that letting the President see it and ask for his reaction is part of the investigative process and that if the president had not been mentioned nobody will go and give him the chance to watch anything, because it would be unnecessary, needless. And it is required, ethics of us to give him the chance… and I’m surprised that an experienced politician is canvassing the option that no, somebody who is mentioned in a negative way during an investigation should not be given the chance.

“I’m surprised that whatever it is, the matter has moved one stage relative to a personality, Mr Kwesi Nyantakyi. The many other characters and actors in that project whose time will come and if indeed the relevant authorities think that what they involved in amounted to some violation or infraction of the law,” he addeBC disappointed; Sefa Kayi breached confidentiality – Baako

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Kufuor is evil, Mahama a rogue : Rawlings jabs



Jerry John Rawlings

Former President Flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings has said former Presidents John Agyekum Kufuor and John Dramani Mahama who ruled the country after him were evil and corrupt leaders.

According to him, former President Kufuor is ‘evil’ and former President Mahama is a ‘rogue’ who destroyed the country.

He said, “I know with my integrity when I die, I will go to heaven but when I see these corrupt leaders, I will ask permission from God and flog them.

“If they don’t leave heaven for me, I will go and leave the heavens and join Satan in hell because I cannot stay in the same place with them,” Mr Rawlings stated.

Mr Rawlings made these statements when the chiefs and people of Mepe in the North Tongu Constituency in the Volta Region paid a courtesy call on him to officially invite him to the final funeral rites of Mamaga Awusi Sreku II, queen of the Mepe Traditional Area.

He said former President Kufuor came to sell some Ghanaian companies to foreigners and awarded himself with the Grand Order of The Star and Eagles of Ghana.

Mr Rawlings said former President Kufuor, during his time, also tried to sideline Ewes in the military, adding that it came to a time when the service was looking for senior officers and were enlisting 40 in every region.

He said “when it got to Volta Region they tried to substitute the well-known names with their own people, but when the list got to Burma Camp they did the right thing.”

He described former President Mahama as a rogue who superintended over corruption.

Mr Rawlings lamented that during former President Mahama’s era, he personally negotiated for a project to be established at Vorlor in the North Tongu area “but before I released, some party executives had shared the land among themselves.”

He said people from the Volta Region have faithfully voted for the National Democratic Congress on many occasions but they have nothing to be proud of because they live in poverty coupled with bad road network.

The chiefs and people of Mepe, who were hosted by the Member of Parliament for the North Tongu Constituency, Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, said the late Mamaga Awusi Sreku III was a great queen who ruled for over 63 years and described her as a big loss to the nation.

Mr Ablakwa said pre-burial rites would start on Friday, August 17, with interment on Saturday, August 18, at the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Mepe and thanksgiving service on August 19 in the same church.

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