British Gay singer, Sam Smith has revealed that he is feminine in many ways, especially in relation to his sex life.
The Grammy award winner sat for a candid interview with Jameela Jamil on ‘I Weigh Interview series,’ where he discussed what a ‘non-binary’ and ‘genderqueer’ identity meant to him.
Sam Smith admitted during the interview that he has regularly questioned if he wants a sex change.
‘You do not identify in a gender. You are just you. You are your own special creation. That is how I take it. I am not male or female. I think I float somewhere in between – somewhat on the spectrum.’
‘I’ve always had a bit of a war in my body and my mind… I do think like a woman in my head at times.
‘I’ve sometimes sat there and questioned, do I want a sex change? It’s something I still think about, but I don’t think it is,’ he explained.
Sam also revealed he has always been ‘very free’ when it comes to thinking about his sexuality.
‘I’ve tried to change that into my thoughts on gender… when I move, when I have sex with men, it’s very feminine. I’m feminine in many ways – and I’ve resented that,’ he stated.
Love Island reality star, Mike Thalassitis, has died aged 26. The reality television star and semi-professional footballer died on Friday, his management confirmed.
Mike Thalassitis found fame on the 2017 series of the ITV show.
Prior to competing on Love Island in 2017, Thalassitis was a semi-professional soccer player in England. He also appeared on the British reality show Celebs Go Dating.
According to the BBC, Thalassitis was previously in a relationship with The Only Way Is Essex star and country singer Megan McKenna. The pair were together for seven months before calling it quits last year.
Several reality TV stars posted tributes to Thalassitis. The Only Way Is Essex star Ferne McCann wrote: ”
So so so so sad. Mike you absolute gent. I have no words.”
She added: “My heart and soul and love goes out to his friends & family. Too young. RIP.”
Montana Brown, who also appeared on Love Island in 2017, told the BBC:
“Mike was so misunderstood – on television he was known as playing the ladies and everyone had this perception that he was this classic lad that didn’t have feelings.
“I can honestly say, Mike was thoughtful, caring, and so fiercely loyal to his friends and family and really would do anything for them.
“I am absolutely in shock of the news. In fact I don’t even quite believe it yet as I spoke to him yesterday.”
Nollywood actor, Funsho Adeolu has said in a recent interview that he is not a sex symbol.
The actor is called ‘Finest’ among colleagues in the industry and has recently been sharing his gym activities on social media thereby earning himself a new status especially with female fans.
Well, in a recent interview, Funsho Adeolu has however insists that his intention is not to wow women as he remains a responsible husband to his wife. He said;
“It is nothing new. I have always been doing those exercises; just that I don’t upload videos of them on social media. It has been my daily lifestyle for some time now. Everybody has to keep fit, regardless of age.”
Adding that he does not consider himself a sex symbol, the actor said;
“Yes, they call me Finest but it doesn’t make me feel anyhow. It doesn’t make me a sex symbol. Everybody who knows me knows I’m responsible to my wife and children.”
Popular American beat maker, Swizz Beatz has sympathized with victims of the building which collapsed on the Lagos Island few days ago.
In a message he shared via his Instagram page, Swizz Beatz sent blessings and love to the families of the victims.
“Sending love and blessings to the families , children & teachers in #nigeria #Lagos”
Other Nigerian celebrities have also shown love to the victims of the tragic incident.
The likes of Small Doctor, Tiwa Savage have visited the victims at the Lagos hospital where they are currently receiving treatments.
According to an official report by the Lagos State Government, 20 children and adults died in the Lagos collapsed building.
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