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Michael Jackson’s nephew to star in singer’s biopic

Michael Jackson’s nephew to star in singer’s biopic

American actor, Jaafar Jackson, will be playing the role of his uncle and legendary popstar, Michael Jackson, in the singer’s upcoming biopic. This was announced by the film’s movie director, Antoine Fuqua, who shared a picture of Jaafar’s transformation via Instagram on Monday. “Proud to announce @jaafarjackson as Michael—the motion picture event that explores the...

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8th AFRIMA: Dakar agog as Tiwa Savage, Psquare, others excite fans

8th AFRIMA: Dakar agog as Tiwa Savage, Psquare, others excite fans

Nigerian Singer and Songwriter, Tiwa Savage, sensational singers, P Square and other African artists on Saturday set Dakar on fire as they performed to the excitement of their fans. During a white party organised to herald the 8th edition of the All-Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), Savage appraised the Senegalese women, saying they were indeed beautiful...

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Veteran actress Ireti Doyle confirms separation from Patrick Doyle, explains why she still bears Doyle despite the divorce

Veteran actress Ireti Doyle confirms separation from Patrick Doyle, explains why she still bears Doyle despite the divorce

Nollywood actress, Ireti Doyle has confirmed her divorce from veteran broadcaster and actor, Patrick Doyle. Ireti and Patrick went their separate ways after over 19 years of marriage. In a recent interview with media personality, Chude Jideonwo, the actress said she is no longer married to Mr Doyle. “We are officially divorced” she confirmed The 55-year-old went...

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‘I didn’t insult Igbo’ – Brymo

‘I didn’t insult Igbo’ – Brymo

Nigerian singer, Brymo has tendered an apology for insulting Nigerians of Igbo extraction. Recall that over 8000 people have called for the disqualification of Brymo from the 8th All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) over his contentious remarks about the Igbo tribe. According to the petition, not receiving the honour will send the musician a clear...

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I’m sorry, Brymo apologises for Igbo presidency tweets

I’m sorry, Brymo apologises for Igbo presidency tweets

Singer, Olawale BrymO, has apologised over his tweets on the possibility of south-easterners producing a Nigerian president. This comes after thousands of Nigerians signed a petition to stop the singer from winning the All Africa Music Award where he was nominated in the ‘Songwriter of the Year’ category. The singer had been under fire for...