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DAMN! If Idris Elba has taught us anything, it’s that British black men are the definition of hotness. Today, I’d like you to drool over the very beautiful Rob Evans, a British boxer turned haute model with a body and face that prove this pretty boy couldn’t have lost too many fights. He’s a fit and fine brother that we’re hoping to see much, MUCH more of, and I’m sure after you look through this gallery, you’ll be feeling the same way. Enjoy!
On my father’s side, my family is Nigerian. So many times, you can find me trying to claim a lot of other people as Nigerian, because in my mind, I like to pretend I’m an expert in these things (totally not). But it always trips me out when I find out that certain celebrities are Nigerian. Nowadays, it seems we’re everywhere! It’s usually obvious when you hear that someone’s name starts with a Ade-, Olu- or Temi-, but the following individuals, running around going by stage names and what not, have at some time or another, illuded my Nigerian senses. But now that I know, I thought I’d share. No worries, I’m probably going to come up with a list of Ghanaians, Jamaicans and a whole lot more soon enough. Enjoy!
(Wall Street Journal) — After a day of ceremony and dinner with Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday, U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron prepared for discussions Wednesday that will take up the economy, military action in Libya and other foreign-policy concerns. The two leaders spent time informally on Tuesday, among other things teaming up to play ping-pong against students at a London grade school. On Wednesday, they will hold formal talks, and Mr. Obama will deliver a speech to both houses of Parliament. In both the talks and his public address, Mr. Obama is expected to highlight the U.K.’s key role in his foreign policy agenda, as well as to discuss the global economy, Afghanistan and the “Arab Spring.” U.S. officials said Mr. Obama would endorse the spirit of Mr. Cameron’s approach to deficit reduction, while stopping short of categorically supporting his proposals, which, like the Republican plan in the U.S. Congress, have drawn sharp criticism from the left.