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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by madjune: 9:02pm On May 31, 2019
Can anybody remember his bbm pin no?

Oya ping me, let's chat.

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by Redeakaa(m): 9:02pm On May 31, 2019
How have the mighty falling....

BBM came and now its gone
2go came and now its gone
Google+ came and now its gone
Eskimi came and now its gone

I hope we learn from this undecided

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by Iseoluwani: 9:02pm On May 31, 2019
nototribalist:
Am afraid what might happen to Nigeria soon, and I will explain why.

I remember when Nokia was reigning I can't believe 4-5 years later I would be able to buy BlackBerry Curve.

When I saw Android devices on foreign magazines I was wondering if I would have the chance to own one.
2-3 years later I bought one.

Then we heard that 4G LTE is coming I was wondering if I could afford to experience it, 2-3 years later people in my village are connected to the 4G LTE network.

Now we are hearing that 5G is coming hopefully in 2-3 years I will experience it.

Now why I said Nigeria might soon be in trouble, anything that has to do with technology comes so fast that Electric cars will soon replace fuel vehicles.

Just like a joke Nigeria is not taking into consideration that European countries are switching from fuel cars to Electric Power cars by 2025 that's like 5-6 years from now.

We are not the owners of Hyundai, Toyota, Honda and other car brands to say we can stop the manufacturing of electric cars.

By then the demand for crude oil will decline and that means oil might fall to $10-15 per barrel. That means we are falling into recession for life like Venezuela.

Nigeria must act fast and stop all these unnecessary politics cos if Honda and Toyota starts mass production of Electric cars Nigeria will be in trouble.

I regret been a Nigerian

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by Makz: 9:02pm On May 31, 2019
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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by doctore212(m): 9:03pm On May 31, 2019
And I just bought my blackberry curve today cry cry
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by onlyboyson(m): 9:03pm On May 31, 2019
Some gals lost there virginity back then to buy black berry JUST TO ACQUIRE BB PIN
NOTHING LAST 4EVA

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by BruncleZuma: 9:05pm On May 31, 2019
grin grin grin grin

The guy above know the matter...badt guys.
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by stanliwise(m): 9:05pm On May 31, 2019
nototribalist:
Am afraid what might happen to Nigeria soon, and I will explain why.

I remember when Nokia was reigning I can't believe 4-5 years later I would be able to buy BlackBerry Curve.

When I saw Android devices on foreign magazines I was wondering if I would have the chance to own one.
2-3 years later I bought one.

Then we heard that 4G LTE is coming I was wondering if I could afford to experience it, 2-3 years later people in my village are connected to the 4G LTE network.

Now we are hearing that 5G is coming hopefully in 2-3 years I will experience it.

Now why I said Nigeria might soon be in trouble, anything that has to do with technology comes so fast that Electric cars will soon replace fuel vehicles.

Just like a joke Nigeria is not taking into consideration that European countries are switching from fuel cars to Electric Power cars by 2025 that's like 5-6 years from now.

We are not the owners of Hyundai, Toyota, Honda and other car brands to say we can stop the manufacturing of electric cars.

By then the demand for crude oil will decline and that means oil might fall to $10-15 per barrel. That means we are falling into recession for life like Venezuela.

Nigeria must act fast and stop all these unnecessary politics cos if Honda and Toyota starts mass production of Electric cars Nigeria will be in trouble.
Out doom in Nigeria has been perceived tens of years before now but till today we have done little to nothing to fight it. The only way out is the waterloo to comes as soon as possible because before then nothing might change us, we are unrepentant.

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by TLION(m): 9:06pm On May 31, 2019
rman:
still the best messaging app in my opinion.

I hate the fact that peeps get to chat with you on whatsapp just by having your phone number
That's why you have block list�����you block their Ass off������

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by 18wheeler: 9:06pm On May 31, 2019
Research In Motion.
They didn’t move with the times.

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by Majesticniyi(m): 9:06pm On May 31, 2019
nototribalist:
Am afraid what might happen to Nigeria soon, and I will explain why.

I remember when Nokia was reigning I can't believe 4-5 years later I would be able to buy BlackBerry Curve.

When I saw Android devices on foreign magazines I was wondering if I would have the chance to own one.
2-3 years later I bought one.

Then we heard that 4G LTE is coming I was wondering if I could afford to experience it, 2-3 years later people in my village are connected to the 4G LTE network.

Now we are hearing that 5G is coming hopefully in 2-3 years I will experience it.

Now why I said Nigeria might soon be in trouble, anything that has to do with technology comes so fast that Electric cars will soon replace fuel vehicles.

Just like a joke Nigeria is not taking into consideration that European countries are switching from fuel cars to Electric Power cars by 2025 that's like 5-6 years from now.

We are not the owners of Hyundai, Toyota, Honda and other car brands to say we can stop the manufacturing of electric cars.

By then the demand for crude oil will decline and that means oil might fall to $10-15 per barrel. That means we are falling into recession for life like Venezuela.

Nigeria must act fast and stop all these unnecessary politics cos if Honda and Toyota starts mass production of Electric cars Nigeria will be in trouble.




Dont worry, we wont have electricity to power the cars grin

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by emmanuelpopson(m): 9:07pm On May 31, 2019
nototribalist:
Am afraid what might happen to Nigeria soon, and I will explain why.

I remember when Nokia was reigning I can't believe 4-5 years later I would be able to buy BlackBerry Curve.

When I saw Android devices on foreign magazines I was wondering if I would have the chance to own one.
2-3 years later I bought one.

Then we heard that 4G LTE is coming I was wondering if I could afford to experience it, 2-3 years later people in my village are connected to the 4G LTE network.

Now we are hearing that 5G is coming hopefully in 2-3 years I will experience it.

Now why I said Nigeria might soon be in trouble, anything that has to do with technology comes so fast that Electric cars will soon replace fuel vehicles.

Just like a joke Nigeria is not taking into consideration that European countries are switching from fuel cars to Electric Power cars by 2025 that's like 5-6 years from now.

We are not the owners of Hyundai, Toyota, Honda and other car brands to say we can stop the manufacturing of electric cars.

By then the demand for crude oil will decline and that means oil might fall to $10-15 per barrel. That means we are falling into recession for life like Venezuela.

Nigeria must act fast and stop all these unnecessary politics cos if Honda and Toyota starts mass production of Electric cars Nigeria will be in trouble.

this had been more in the pipelines since.. you should find a way to key into this bro...
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by Nobody: 9:08pm On May 31, 2019
And that Year, Frank Edwards Randomly picked out a girl(Naija University student) at one of his concerts and asked her what she would want him to do for her...she practically shouted "BlackBerry"..Just imagine her Life now.

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by XKZ(m): 9:08pm On May 31, 2019
It doesn't have to be goodbye. Say hello to BBMe, an end-to-end encrypted messaging platform that you can trust to keep your personal information and conversations private.

https://www.blackberry.com/us/en/products/messaging/bbm-enterprise/bbme

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by DREAMZZZ(m): 9:08pm On May 31, 2019
some girls no need buy dem sef just flash torch 2 for their face....dem don spread toto

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by dingbang(m): 9:08pm On May 31, 2019
grin
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by XKZ(m): 9:09pm On May 31, 2019
XKZ:
It doesn't have to be goodbye. Say hello to BBMe, an end-to-end encrypted messaging platform that you can trust to keep your personal information and conversations private.

https://www.blackberry.com/us/en/products/messaging/bbm-enterprise/bbme


https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bbm.enterprise&hl=en

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by AHCB: 9:10pm On May 31, 2019
Wow. What a time I had with BBM. It was the bomb.
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by ultimatekint(m): 9:13pm On May 31, 2019
OkpaAkuEriEri:
Afonnnjjjaas gals sel viriginity n fork ritualist DAT year 4 BlackBerry.
DAT y tinuke sell her moda sowin machine 2 buy bold2
oloriburuku

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by Kirinwa: 9:13pm On May 31, 2019
trapQ:
No business can reign supreme forever just as no leader (except Christ) can rule forever. Everything under the sun that has a beginning must have an end.

R.I.P Blackburrish according to Eniola Badmus grin

Hippo is your role model?
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by shakyum: 9:14pm On May 31, 2019
No blackberry no love

That mod that banned me ehn. Lemme say my mind
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by Gkemz(m): 9:14pm On May 31, 2019
It died long ago with blackberry.
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by OkpaAkuEriEri(m): 9:14pm On May 31, 2019
ultimatekint:
oloriburuku
MPA GI ya na nnenne MPA gi
Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by sukerefakere(m): 9:16pm On May 31, 2019
Olawunmi that year


kiss
Her honey pot suffereth

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by officialJP(m): 9:17pm On May 31, 2019
Mak i live my life the way i want to jor, cause ur benz today will be my taxi tomorrow, so don't impress me nd me too won't feel depressed over things of the world again, lesson learned

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Re: Blackberry Messenger (BBM) Dies Today, Goodbye Blackberry Messenger by Nobody: 9:18pm On May 31, 2019
No wahala so far I can get back my money. So far those babes can get back their virginity.... blackberry can go to hell ....

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