Eedris Abdulkareem has reignited his long-running feud with Timaya. Recall in 2017, the Legendary Nigerian singer said Timaya wouldn’t have been successful if not for the confidence he gave him which helped shaped up his career.
Popular Nigerian actress, Cossy Ojiakor, has stated that it is unfortunate that people believe that prostitutes would not make heaven.Ojiakor during an interview with Saturday Beats, also disclosed that she has introduced prostitute to a man of God who owns a big church.
Eddie Murphy’s return as Prince Akeem Joffer in “Coming 2 America” (streaming now on Prime Video) brings the comedy franchise back to the fictional Zamunda, home to the royal family and its future heir.
Justin Bieber has announced his new album Justice. The follow-up to last year’s Changes is out on March 19. The record will include Bieber’s 2020 songs “Holy” (featuring Chance the Rapper), “Lonely” (featuring benny blanco), and “Anyone.” For the cover of the album, Justin Bieber wrote:
It is a beautiful day for Rihanna as her business which is two years old now has a total worth of a billion dollars. This comes after news that she will be putting the business on hold.
Talented fast rising Nigerian artiste, Abla Wani is out with her latest single titled “Lawless Town”. This is after the success of her debut single “Okay“.Abla Wani comes with a breath of fresh air in the Nigerian music industry as her versatility sets her apart with her unique sound and strong vocals which will definitely give her an edge.
Nigerian singer, Sanni Wasiu, popularly known as Lil frosh, has been remanded at the Ikoyi Correctional Centre, over the alleged assault on his girlfriend.
Popular showbiz promoter, Tunji Balogun, also known as TeeBill has taken to Instagram to sternly warn against disrespecting musical prowess of ex-wife, Tiwa Savage.
Nigerian megastar, Davido reminds us of his moniker, ‘Omo Baba Olowo’ or ‘OBO’ for short as he openly muses about turning his hands into cryptocurrency by opening up a bitcoin company.
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