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DopeNation Gets Featured On The BBC | WATCH

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DopeNation, Ghanaian music group and Lynx Entertainment signee who recently added a new worldwide jam to our playlist have been featured on the BBC.

The “Zanku” hitmakers speaking on BBC Pidgin they spoke about their musical journey from how they had to struggle through into becoming producers and how far they have come.

The music group has also been behind the Production of great music from major mainstream artists such as Shatta Wale, Eazzy, Paddy Kojo, the Late Ebony and more.

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Pappy Kojo Turns A Perfect Actor After Months Of Quarantine In Italy; Watch How He Nailed Mimicking Shatta Wale On TikTok | WATCH

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You Can’t Be On Social Media If You Don’t Have Tolerance : Dela Seada Of Miss Malaika Fame | WATCH

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Social media influencer, Dela Seade of Miss Malaika fame, appeared on Leah Brown’s Queen In the Making workshop, where she addressed matters around the impact of social media in beauty pageantry shows.

According to Mz Dela, one of the key things anyone needs to have to be on social media is tolerance. During the online workshop targeted at young girls with interest in becoming beauty pageants, she explained there are keyboard warriors who’ll deflate your confidence with trolling comments and if you don’t have the strength for it, you’ll give up.

She says it’s like spiritual warfare to deal with trolls and her tactics were to ignore them.

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White Community Kneel Before Black Community To Beg For Forgiveness For Years Of Racism | WATCH

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A video shared online shows the moment White people went on their knees to beg Black people for forgiveness for all the years of racism they have suffered.

Houstonians gathered Sunday, May 31, at Cuney Homes in the Third Ward to pray for the family of George Floyd following his murder.

During the prayer, the White people in attendance knelt down and asked for forgiveness for years of racism.

The Black community accepted the apology and joined them in prayer.

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