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Friday, 18 March 2016

Nigerian-born blogger Angie Nwandu makes TIME's Most Influential People on the Internet.

TIME magazine has recognised Nigerian-born American blogger Angie Nwandu, among the 30 most influential people on the Internet.
The 25-year-old who is behind the celebrity gossip site, "The Shade Room’" (TSR) came 20th, ahead of Kim Kardashian, Drake, Tess Holiday, Peter Bouckart, among others.
According to the international magazine, Nwandu, within two years, transformed TSR, an Instagram account and blog, to a flourishing media empire.
"As more and more of our own daily interactions happen online, so, too, does celebrity drama. And Nwandu, 25, has made it her business to capture it.
"Two years ago, she started TSR an Instagram account and blog that aims to be like Page Six for celebrities on social media: a chronicle of who likes whose posts, who comments on whose photos, and who starts following (or better yet, unfollowing) each other.
"Since then, TSR has become a burgeoning media empire, replete with its own tipsters, staff (there are now four full-time employees), and advertisers—all of whom serve an audience of 3.9 million. And counting’" the magazine said.
Also listed among the 30 most influential personalities are, International football maestro, Cristiano Ronaldo and US presidential hopeful, Donald Trump.

24 comments:

Linda NwaGod said...

Congratulations 2 her



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Peter Dumore said...

First to comment!!


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Davido's driver said...

When will davido mk time mag? Baba abeg answer our call

Psalmuelle aka Samstone. said...

WOW. So good to hear. Lindaway, u're next!

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Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Congrats

Edem victor said...

Power moves!


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cynthia kama said...

Wow, nice.



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Debbie Chelsea said...

Kool

Anon said...

Great!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Congrats to her. Linda take note!

Vivian Reginalds said...

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Richard Afon Yinkå said...

Congrats to her



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kayode odusanya said...

Nice. Reading this girl's story made me remember Necole Bitchie. She was the Linda Ikeji of Yankee blogging world, and I always looked up to her before I even discovered Linda's blog. Then one day last year, she said she had had enough of blogging, and walked away from it all. At the height of her success, she discontinued her blog (necolebitchie.com) and went into another business line. She shocked me and a lot of people.



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Jamila Shaibu said...

Good for her...



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favour ezeh said...

She fine.

Chizzy Liz said...

****************sorry oo*********wetin Kim dey do untop d list ??????? Asim kam kam juo ********** which people she dey influence ??????

Anonymous said...

If the list excludes Linda Ikeji,it cannot be correct

Ogbewe Godfrey said...

Congratulations to her, Linda baby you are the first, another person are fake, believe me.

Bertila Clu said...

Smilin......my congratulationz babes!

Eric Nesty aka LIB'S FINEST said...

Congrats.


#FINEST

Eeyore said...

This mama mmadu is 25? Hian. Na wah ooooooooo

chyyy said...

Okay ooo

Anonymous said...

But i don't know her. If she really is influential, I should know her name at least. Believe me, i'might that socially aware

victor okonkwo said...

Linda u still be local naah, with time na forbe go testify for u I pray, amen

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