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Drake Joins The #EndSARS Campaign

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Drake is the latest international celebrity to lend his voice to the #EndSARS campaign which has gained global attention.

The Canadian rapper took to his Instagram story to re-share a post from Grace Ladoja calling for Nigerians in the UK to join an #EndSARS protest today at the Nigeria High Commission in London.

Canadian rapper, Drake joins the #EndSARS campaign?

Other International celebrities who have tweeted about the #EndSARS campaign are Diddy, Trey Songz, Big Sean, Chance The Rapper, Nasty C and many others.

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I Love DopeNation : DJ Mensah

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Dj Mensah, Ghanaian DJ and official DJ for rapper Sarkodie has praised DopeNation.

According to the DJ, he has been studying the moves of DopeNation for quite sometime now especially after seeing their first performance together.

He also revealed the multi-award winning group duo have been creating commercial music for sometime now but rap is still their first love.

He ended by saying, he really loves their bond.

See his tweet below.

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Wizkid Borrow Money To Launch ‘MadeInLagos’ Album? : Chats Leak

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According to the conversation, Wizkid wanted to borrow N20m from Davido but Davido is also out of funds.

According to the conversation, Wizkid wanted to borrow N20m from Davido but Davido is also out of funds.

The conversation came about as Wizkid was unable to launch the MadeInLagos album yesterday as it was planned.

Check out the conversation:

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Bulldog Reveals How 5-Five Used Juju To Blow In The Music Industry

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Entertainment pundit cum artiste manager, Bulldog has disclosed that his former artist known as Papi of 5-five fame used Voodoo(Juju) to blow in Ghana.

He explained that he still doesn’t understand how the music group became hit in Ghana right after Papi returned from Benin.

According to him, he was the one who trained Papi on how to rap and left him on the streets and went back to school but upon his return, he had taken the rapper to a different level.

Speaking on United Showbiz with Nana Ama Macbrown, the artiste manager emphasized that Papi went to Benin for spiritual backing.

He added that he’s ready to prove at the court of law should the relegated artist decide to sue him because he knows what he’s talking about.

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