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Corazon Entertainment Outdoors “The Street 4 Eat” Foundation

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Corazon Entertainment, Ghanaian record label, and Management firm which is interested in building talented artists and making them into worldwide stars is on a new project.

In a partnership with Believe in the boys movement, the Management of Corazon Entertainment is proud to announce another firm step taken in order to bring smiles unto the faces of less fortunate, needy and poor.

On December 26th, 2019 they embarked on a feed the street project which was a great initiative as they celebrated Chrismas for the poor and needy on the streets of Kumasi.

They have then decided to continue this good initiative as they are proud to announce the "The Street 4 Eat" Foundation.

According to the CEOs, Mr. Sackey and Mr. Immanuel, this initiative was brought up by the whole Management, artists and more in order to make sure the street is fed before they put up anything for their own benefits.

They have also called on unto investors, companies, helping hands and more to come to join this initiative to always put a smile on the needy and poor.

Watch their first event of "The Street 4 Eat" Foundation.

Connect with Corazon Entertainment on these outlets below.
Call: 0246004989/ 0543364717

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I Found Love And I’m Enjoying My Life : Vanessa Mdee Reveals Why She’s Been Off The Music Scene Since She Started Dating Rotimi

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Tanzanian music star, Vanessa Mdee has revealed why she’s been off the music scene since she started dating Nigerian-born American actor and singer, Rotimi.

In a 2-minutes video she shared on Instagram, Vanessa stated that asides finding love, she decided to take a break from music after being in the industry for 13 years.

The music star also told her followers to find time for themselves, realign themselves, pray, reconnect with God and take care of their family and loved ones.

I found love and I

Vanessa said;

“Honestly in have been in the music industry for 13 years I have never taken a break, So I finally found some time for me, to do what Vee likes, to do what Vee wants to do, to chill, I found Love, beautiful Love and I’m so happy, I’m enjoying my life. So I just wanna take time to enjoy life.

“I have now time to work on my podcast and thank you so much for supporting my season one. Season two is going to be even greater, I’m going to answer all your questions, because there has been a lot of concerns, when is your next song coming out, all that is gonna be answered. I wanna thank you for your love and continued supported. I just wanna advise you too to find time for yourself, realign yourself, pray, reconnect with God and take care of your family and your loved ones.”

Here is the video below.

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Rapper YNW Melly, 20, Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Prison

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American rapper, YNW Melly, has contracted Coronavirus while in Florida’s Broward County Jail.

The news was shared posted to his Twitter and Instagram accounts with the rapper now planning to file a motion for restricted release.

“Melly has tested positive for COVID-19 while awaiting his trial in Broward County Jail. He’ll be filing a motion for restricted release in hopes of better care due to any jails not being prepared to treat this new virus. He hopes for your support and to recover soon,” the accounts wrote.

The 20-year-old rapper, whose real name is Jamell Demons, is still awaiting trial at the Broward County Jail for the double murder charges, to which he plead not guilty. He faces life in prison or the death penalty if convicted.

In addition to Melly having coronavirus, rappers Slim Thug, Scarface, and DJ Webstar have also been diagnosed with the disease.

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Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Released From Jail Over Coronavirus Fears

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American rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine was released early Thursday afternoon into house arrest over fears that his chronic asthma puts him in the high-risk category of contracting Coronavirus.

“He’s out and he’s very happy to be released,” his defense attorney, Lance Lazzaro, told NBC News after Judge Paul A. Engelmayer granted his motion for compassionate release.

Citing safety concerns, Lazzaro declined to reveal where Tekashi would stay for the final four months of his two-year sentence.

The 23-year-old rapper, whose real name is Daniel Hernandez, had been serving a 24-month sentence after pleading guilty to nine charges including conspiracy to murder and armed robbery at an upstate New York prison. He has already served 13 months of his two-year sentence, and was due to be released in August 2020.

The decision to release him to home confinement comes as New York City is battling the spread of the coronavirus, including in prisons and jails with at least 180 cases of coronavirus already confirmed at several jails in the City.

According to NME, 6ix9ine will serve his first four months of home incarceration with supervision, which will be enforced by GPS monitoring. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, he will have to stay at his residence unless he asks permission from the probation department to seek medical treatment or talk with his lawyer.

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