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WAJE and Toke Makinwa, two great buddies, apart from being beautiful women, share something else in common: a knack for great gist.

Both women, sometime ago, were on Instagram Live, talking to each other of love and its nature, and the conversation fell into a very delicate part – amidst the funny anecdotes by the media personality Toke – about finding a right man.

At points hilarious, it was no doubt an insightful conversation all through. And that’s why you should see the video of them talking; who knows, you could learn a thing or two.

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Ed Sheeran ‘wants to buy out’ owners of three houses that sit on the edge of his £3.7m estate

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Ed Sheeran is said to be ‘desperate’ to complete his £3.7million estate by buying three more homes to add to the already palatial home

The Shape of You singer, 29, wants to purchase the homes to “neaten up” his estate because their gardens encroach on his land, according to The Sun.

He has slowly been accumulating the land around his palatial home in his hometown of Framlingham, Suffolk, turning it into what has become known locally as ‘Sheeranville’.

Ed owns five of the properties on the land, which with all the buildings is thought to be worth around £3.7million.

But two bungalows and a larger two-storey home with huge gardens are in the middle of his estate.

The hitmaker, whose worth is thought to be around £200million, is said to be “desperate” to complete his estate.

It’s claimed he has let his three neighbours know that he would like first refusal if they do decide to sell.

A source told the site: “The homeowners know that Ed will give them the best price if and when they decide to move on.

“The homes are right in the middle of Ed’s land on the main road, so it will just neaten everything up if he can get his hands on all three over the coming years.”

The source added: “The gardens of the homes jut into the middle of fields owned by Ed and mean that he must take the long way round if he wants to visit a lake on at the far edge of his property.”

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Chelsea cling on to win at Palace, Welbeck lifts Watford

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Chelsea moved up to third in the Premier League

Frank Lampard’s men edged closer to sealing a place in next season’s Champions League as a seventh win in eight games takes them two points ahead of Leicester, who travel to Arsenal later on Tuesday, and opened up a five-point lead on fifth-placed Manchester United.

The Blues were fortunate when opening the scoring at Selhurst Park as former Chelsea captain Gary Cahill fell to the ground clutching his hamstring to allow Willian to tee up Olivier Giroud for his fourth goal in six games.

Chelsea have already stated their intent to move up a level next season and challenge Liverpool and Manchester City for the title with the signings of Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech.

Their arrival could have put Christian Pulisic’s place in the team under threat, but after an injury-disrupted start to his first season in England, the American is beginning to flourish.

Pulisic’s form has led to comparisons with Eden Hazard, the man he replaced at Stamford Bridge, and the Belgian would have been proud of Chelsea’s second as the 21-year-old skipped past Joel Ward and hammered in off the inside of the near post.

Read Also; Vardy’s late strike earns Leicester point at Arsenal

Chelsea looked to have sealed the three points again when substitutes Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham combined for the latter to restore a two-goal cushion 19 minutes from time.

Palace were back in the game when a brilliant move culminated in Patrick van Aanholt squaring for Christian Benteke to tap in just his second goal of the season.

Questions remain over whether the Chelsea defence will be strong enough to maintain a title challenge next season.

At the other end of the table, Welbeck’s first Premier League goal for Watford was as valuable as it was spectacular as the Hornets came from behind to secure their first win since ending Liverpool’s long unbeaten run in February.

The 2-1 defeat pushes Norwich ever closer to the drop as the Canaries are now 10 points adrift of safety with four games remaining.

Emiliano Buendia gave Daniel Farke’s men a dream start by curling past Ben Foster.

Like so much of his career, Welbeck’s first season at Watford has been blighted by injury. The former Manchester United and Arsenal forward showed his class by adjusting his body to hook home Ismaila Sarr’s deflected cross.

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Lazio suffer title blow at Lecce as Patric sent off for biting

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Lazio’s Serie A title dream suffered another setback on Tuesday with a shock 2-1 defeat.

The capital club, who lost 3-0 to Milan at the weekend, were only one point behind defending champions Juve when the Italian top flight resumed last month following the coronavirus lockdown.

Maurizio Sarri’s Juve have the chance to take a giant step closer to a ninth straight Serie A title later on Tuesday.

Defender Patric added to Lazio’s problems in injury time as he was dismissed for biting Lecce’s Giulio Donati.

Lecce ended a six-match losing streak in dramatic fashion to climb out of the relegation zone, one point clear of 18th-placed Genoa, who host Napoli on Wednesday.

Lazio were without strikers Ciro Immobile and Felipe Caicedo through suspension against Milan, but despite the pair’s return they struggled to create many clear-cut chances.

The away side got the better of a dramatic start to the match though, as Lecce midfielder Marco Mancosu saw his stunning long-range strike in only the third minute ruled out by VAR for a handball earlier in the move, before Lazio took the lead a minute later.

Lecce goalkeeper Gabriel mishit a clearance under pressure from Immobile, and although he saved Marco Parolo’s initial effort, Caicedo was on hand to slot in the rebound.

But the hosts continued to threaten and grabbed a deserved equaliser on the half-hour mark when Senegalese forward Khouma Babacar nodded home Filippo Falco’s cross.

Lazio survived a massive scare on the stroke of half-time as Lecce were awarded a penalty for a controversial handball against Patric, but Mancosu spooned his spot-kick over the crossbar.

Read Also ; Vardy’s late strike earns Leicester point at Arsenal

Visiting coach Simone Inzaghi threw on Sergej Milinkovic-Savic as one of three changes at half-time in a desperate bid to keep Lazio’s title hopes alive, only for them to fall behind shortly after the break.

Mancosu saw another effort from outside the box deflected over, but Lecce centre-back Fabio Lucioni headed in the resulting corner to give the home team a shock lead.

Lazio almost slipped further behind, but again Mancosu was denied a goal by a brilliant Thomas Strakosha save from point-blank range.

The second-placed outfit managed to exert some late pressure, but substitute Bobby Adekanye’s header was tipped over by Gabriel.

Patric’s moment of madness came in the third minute of added time when he bit Donati on the arm and could now face a lengthy ban, especially with the strict Covid-19 regulations in place.

There was still time for Gabriel to save from Milinkovic-Savic and for Caicedo to have a penalty appeal turned down, but Lecce held on.

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