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BEING BRUNO (Episode 7)

Previously on BEING BRUNO… * PAST There is a place where people go to when they feel like they have nowhere else to go. When they feel like humans have

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SIX – 3

The heavy bass pulsed through the living room as I stepped to the beat of Nelly’s Cluck, Cluck. The blue lights in Derin’s living room gave the room a club-like

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SIX – 2

When my desk phone rang around 10 am that morning, I’d sighed with relief. The report on the Sport Conference from the week before, where I’d represented my radio station,

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BEING BRUNO (Episode 6)

Previously on BEING BRUNO… * PAST If your life is represented on a bar chart, with the years that had gone by lined up on the y-axis, and how happy

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SIX

The red pulpy liquid splashed and settled on my groin region. I felt the wet, cool watermelon/coconut smoothie soak my cream-coloured khaki pants and my briefs. A trickle found its

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BEING BRUNO (Episode 5)

Previously on BEING BRUNO: Bruno is still dealing with discovering that he is HIV Positive, and has only told his aunt, Nnedi. But then his mother knows – Nnedi betrayed

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A Crossover Here Comes

If you’ve been a fan of Vhar’s fictional series, then you are family with the different characters in his series, 890 and Pure Black Grey. You know how 890’s Morris

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PURE BLACK GREY (Episode 11)

Biodun Olusesi, the Commissioner of Police for Lagos State, didn’t allow the silence to settle as he looked at the three detectives in front of him, from one to the

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PURE BLACK GREY (Episode 10)

My first thought as I finally came to was that death felt nothing like I’d imagined. Next, as my senses slowly came back to me, I realized that death had

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WHORE Of BABYLON (Episode 17)

I bite down hard on my lip, feeling my blood pulse underneath the skin as I pull the sling bag over my head and throw it to an unknown part