Forbes' recently released list of the world's wealthiest women with Liliane Bettencourt of France claiming the No. 1 spot yet again. According to Forbes, Bettencourt has a net worth of $39.5 billion making her the richest woman in the world. Nearly all her wealth comes from owing a third of the cosmetic company L'Oreal, which her father founded in 1907. The French heiress is followed by Alice Walton, the only daughter of Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart. Walton, who boasts a whopping $33.8 billion, retains her No. 2 spot from 2016, though her wealth has grown by $1.5 billion this year. Jacqueline Mars, the granddaughter of the famed candy maker Frank Mars, comes in at No. 3 at $27 billion the same ranking she held last year. See the full list below.... 1. Liliane Bettencourt Net worth: $39.5 billion 2. Alice Walton Net worth: $33.8 billion 3. Jacqueline Mars Net worth: $27 billion 4. Maria Franca Fissolo
Toolz Oniru Demuren has taken to her social media platforms to announce that she and her husband Tunde Demuren are expectant of their first child.
The couple who tied the knot in 2016 are presently celebrating with Tunde’s best friend Banky Wellington and today is the perfect day to debut their blessed bump. Congratulations to the couple.
Almost 2 years after breaking into the limelight, collaborating with the biggest of artistes both in and out of Nigeria, Tinny Entertainment’s mafia – Ycee finally defied all odds by dropping his very first body of work – “The First Wave” EP. Pheewww! That took so long, we almost thought this day will never come.
Thankfully, it’s worth the wait as the EP consisting of 8 dope tracks projects Ycee in another dimension, offering a project that cuts across all genres an ages, while still maintaining his identity with such artistic finesse and mastery.
Guest appearances on this fantastic body of work includes: Falz, Maleek Berry, Seyi Shay and South Africa’s Kly with production credits by Maleek Berry, Adey, Karma, Twoseven, Ganjabeats and Thai.
This project will blow your mind!