PHOTOS: David Beckham Crashes His N16m Range Rover

PHOTOS: David Beckham Crashes His N16m Range Rover

David Beckham suffered a car accident, as he pulled out of his Beverly Hills home in Los Angeles, USA.

The ex-England football captain, 38, was allegedly driving his black Range Rover Sport with his son Brooklyn, 14, in the front passenger seat when the collision reportedly occurred at 2.30 p.m. on October 25, 2013, Friday.

According to eyewitnesses, the former football star pulled out of his driveway and hit an oncoming car being driven by a woman.

David reportedly reversed back into his drive way and waited within his residence before police arrived to question him and the witnesses about the incident.

Damage was clearly visible on the white Acura 4×4, as well as David’s expensive Range Rover Sport, where the bumper was hanging off the front.

The former sports star bought this car in 2010 which is estimated to be worth N16m.

See some of the photos from the scene of the accident below:

PHOTOS: David Beckham Crashes His N16m Range Rover

PHOTOS: David Beckham Crashes His N16m Range Rover

PHOTOS: David Beckham Crashes His N16m Range Rover

PHOTOS: David Beckham Crashes His N16m Range Rover

PHOTOS: David Beckham Crashes His N16m Range Rover



”I am a mother”, I’ve Learnt From My Mistakes – Jackie Appiah


I am Jackie Appiah, a Ghanaian but was born in Canada in the early 80s. We moved back to Ghana in 1993.  I had a very happy childhood with lots of friends.

One of the biggest actresses in Ghana

I feel blessed and favoured. God has honoured me with this precious talent. He has made me known across the globe, and I have made people laugh and cry. I am happy to be in this profession and I am happy my people appreciate the work that I do, especially my fans.

Me and Nollywood

Nigeria is like my second home. I think the acceptance was buoyed by the fact that I won the best supporting actress at Africa Movie Academy Awards. I came back the following year,  got an award as the best actress in leading role and each time I came around, producers contacted me to take up roles in their movies and that was it.

First Nigerian movie

The first Nollywood movie I took part in was Sleepwalker, it was a joint collaboration between Ghana and Nigeria. It featured Genevieve Nnaji, Ramsey Noah, and Mercy Johnson to mention but a few.

Nollywood and Ghollywood

They are both growing in the right direction but I have noticed that life in Nollywood is more upbeat. For instance, whenever I am in Lagos, everything is moving fast! Nigerians are hasty when doing things while Ghanaians are laid back and relaxed. So, when I am in Nigeria, I double my speed and when I get back to Ghana, I relax again.

Journey into acting

I started acting at the age of 12 in my local church group. However, I became a professional actress when I starred in the TV series, Things We Do for Love. I have since evolved from that and learned a lot from everything around me including mistakes. As we grow older, a lot of things change and we mature in experience. I am a changed person, older, stronger, and wiser. My rise has been due to plenty of hard work and commitment to what I do. I always have it at the back of my mind that everything is possible. Impossibility does not exist in my dictionary. Sometimes, the best things happen when you just go with your instincts. I wouldn’t forget my team and crew, fellow actors and actresses who all contributed to where I am today. Above all, talent is a gift from God, who shows me the way and leads me to the light.


Being in the limelight was not something I was prepared for and it is not as easy as everyone thinks. I would say fame is the most difficult thing to control because your life is no longer private. The media is constantly on your trail and people think all sorts of things about you. These are things that are beyond your control, you can’t get a hang of them. Sometimes the tales are so terrible you just want to sit in your room and cry! Sometimes these stories get to you but over time I have learnt to ignore them.

Me and Michael Bobby Obodo

He is simply a colleague and there is no truth in the allegation that we are dating. It’s false! Because people see us together does not mean we are romantically inclined. It is just a figment of some people’s imagination. Some people are up to mischief. Controversies no longer get to me. I have outgrown many things.


That is my private live. I don’t go personal when granting interviews but I am a mother.


I just wear anything that looks good on me. I love to experiment and I like to wear designers.


I relax at home by watching movies I have done in the past.

–Punch Nigeria

[Music] : ice-prince ft Wizkid – Komotion + Kpako ft M.I & Jesse Jagz


Ice Prince Zamani had Just released his Second studio album titled Fire Of Zamani. The 18 tracker album is a
compilation of works from different genres, prominent artistes and producers such as Sunny Neji, Wale (MMG),
M.I, Chip, Ruby, Wizkid, French Montana, Jesse Jagz, Olamide, Sound Sultan, Burna Boy, Yung L, Jeremiah
Gyang, Shaydee, Morell, Chopstix, Don Jazzy, Sammy Gyang, J Sleek and E Kelly.
Here we Bring to you Komotion featuring Starboy Wizkid, and Kpako featuring M.I Abaga & Jesse Jagz…Download this while we Drop the Full Album soon

Kpako ft M.I & Jesse Jagz

Komotion ft wizkid

VIDEO: I never had issues with P-Square, I’m even one of Peter’s groomsmen for his wedding- May D speaks out.

May D sat down with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu of Rubbin’ Minds in an exclusive interview. May D talks about his music career, how he met P-Square and became friends with them, how they started working, together, and how they never had issues as rumored by social media. He said he is even one of Peter Okoye’s groomsmen for his upcoming wedding and that he would love to work with Don Jazzy.
Watch and enjoy the videos

D’banj Bumping And Grinding On Stage At Felabration (Photos)

I was just talking about the craziness that went down at the Felabration when I hadn’t even seen this photo yet.

If you still don’t know, the male individual rocking the girl on the ground is no other than ‘The Big Fish’, D’banj was in his element at the show and he wasn’t scared to show his fans his talents.


souirce: millsmusicent