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Wizkid Claims Disney Owes Him $100M

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Nigerian singer Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, has claimed that Disney owes him a whooping $100M.

Though we could not verify if the claims were true, or Wizkid was simply joking on Twitter at the time of filing this report, he made the claims amidst the release of ‘Black Is King’ on Disney+.

Earlier today, Beyonce teased the video for ‘Brown Skin Girl.’ The BET Her Award-winning song featuring Wizkid, Saint JHN and Blue Ivy.

On November 11, 2019, news broke that Nigerian superstar and Beyonce had started shooting the music video for fan-favourite, ‘Brown Skin Girl.’ Shooting commenced on October 31, 2019.

On Instagram, Beyoncé shared that the film is meant to “celebrate the breadth and beauty of Black ancestry,” and acknowledged that its release takes on new significance in the current climate.

Taking to Twitter not quite long, Wizkid stated that Disney owes him a whopping $100 million.

He wrote; “Good day to wake up! Disney owe me $100M !!.

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Kuami Eugene Ought To Learn How To Talk : DopeNation

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Ghanaian musical duo and former Lynx Entertainment signees, Dope Nation has descended on colleague musician, Kuame Eugene for criticisms he made about them at the time they exited the record label.

According to Dope Nation, in an interview on Okay FM, when they left Lynx Entertainment, they received a call from Kuame Eugene, who told them that regardless of their exit, they were still brothers.

The duo made up of B2 and Twist stated that Kuame Eugene even requested a feature during the call and they okayed it.

They added that afterward, they were in the studio one day when someone called to draw their attention to an interview Kuame Eugene granted and made some remarks about their exit which they considered wicked.

Kuame Eugene is alleged to have said that he was happy that Dope Nation has left the Lynx Entertainment record label explaining that, something that is meant for four people will now be for only two (Kuame Eugene and Kidi).

The ‘Zanku’ hitmakers revealed that Richie is a mentor and they have learned a lot from him during their time together.

“Richie is like an icon, we dey learn a lot from am” B2 of Dope Nation stated.

Dope Nation, therefore, advised that Kuame Eugene should learn how to communicate well as they got very disappointed witnessing the remarks he made about them.

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Criss Waddle Acquires Bel Aqua Mineral Water

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Criss Waddle, Ghanaian rapper and CEO of AMG has allegedly bought the Bel Aqua Mineral Water company.

The Ghanaian business mogul has added to his numeral assets a mineral water company. He didn’t publicly announce his purchase but a close reveled.

During our checks, we have been able to confirm with a photo of Criss Waddle taking pictures with some Bel Aqua products.

As to the source of his wealth, he claims to own a real estate but many have refuted that and claim he is a scammer. He founded the AMG teams which are well known for their fraudulent history and luxurious lifestyle

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Gospel Singer, WegeiWor Blasts Tracey Boakye And Mzbel Over Silly Bangers On Social Media

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Ghanaian Gospel Singer/Lecturer, WegeiWor, has come out to condemn actions by Actress/Movie Producer, Tracey Boakye and Veteran Hiplife Singer, Mzbel, who were throwing unsavory words at each other.

Mzbel and Tracey Boakye were seen in respective videos on social platform Instagram castigating each other in insipid language over a supposed Croesus, and husband snatching allegations.

WegeiWor who found their actions in bad taste dropped a long critique. Below is a letter to Tracey Boakye and Mzbel by WegeiWor (unedited);

“I am the last person to put on a ‘High Moral’ gown and judge anybody in this world. But that doesn’t mean I would for any reason celebrate my own wrongs/ills not to talk of shameful acts by anybody. The point is I have no right to judge anyone’s sin but please do not expect me to celebrate stupidity and shamelessness.
Observing what’s currently being hailed on social media, concerning two ladies fighting over another woman’s husband, not only breaks my heart as a woman but makes me wish I could change my gender for a while( can’t be permanent though, bcos I love being a woman,lol).

I remember crying and hiding my face when I was teased as ‘somebody’s girlfriend’ as a growing girl. This was because in the society in which I grew up, a woman was raised to be proud of being somebody’s wife and not somebody’s girlfriend or concubine.

In the society in which I grew up, a bride was celebrated and hailed a day after her wedding for keeping her virginity.

Where I grew up, chastity was what made a young lady speak out boldly and confidently in public and not ‘glorified prostitution’. In fact, a young lady’s body was so sacred that it was expected that the force of gravity would have no power over her breast. ie Every young lady is supposed to have ‘standing breast’ until she’s married and breastfeeding.

Suddenly, we are living in a society where it is now ladies who kiss and tell and brag about how much wealth they’ve amassed by trading their ‘most lethal weapons’. When did we get here? There’s a sudden drop in our morality as a people and we should all go on our knees and cry for intervention before we become worse than ‘yaanom on other continents’.“

WegeiWor is currently promoting a new single “Kuzoku Duba” off her upcoming album. You can connect with her on social media via her handles below:

www.facebook.com/WegeiworMusic

www.instagram.com/Wegeiwormusic

www.twitter.com/wegeiwormusic

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