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Popular singers, Adekunle Gold, Simi getting married today

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Singers, Adekunle Gold and Simi are reportedly set to wed three weeks after their secret wedding introduction in Lagos.

The love birds had their ‘secret wedding introduction’ recently.

The gist which is currently trending on various social media platforms on Wednesday has it that the event will kick-off with the traditional marriage.

While their white wedding has been scheduled to hold on Jan. 10, with only 300 lucky invited guests billed to witness the epoch making event at Ilashe Beach.

In December 2018, the lovebirds became the talk of the town after Simi shared a photo of themselves kissing on stage during her big moment where she shared the stage with Adekunle Gold at her concert.

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Carmelo Anthony denies cheating again on wife Lala after he was pictured on a yacht with a mystery woman

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Carmelo Anthony wasn’t with wife Lala on her birthday, instead he was pictured with a mystery woman on a yacht in the South of France.

Lala’s birthday was on Tuesday, June 25. He sent her a birthday message on Instagram but hours later, photos of him with a voluptuous lady on a boat surfaced on the internet.

The mystery woman is not Carmelo’s alleged mistress who gave birth to his side baby. It was a mystery woman and this led to speculations that Carmelo was cheating again even after his wife forgave him for having a baby outside of their marriage.

Carmelo Anthony denies cheating again on wife Lala after he was pictured on a yacht with a mystery woman

But Carmelo, who split temporarily from Lala in 2018 because of infidelity on his part, has denied having an affair with the woman and said the lady was there with her husband. He said they were all there on a business retreat.

In a video shared by TMZ Sports, Carmelo, who married Lala in 2010, said: “Listen, I’m gonna address this one time and one time only. And I’m really only addressing it for my family. Keep my family out this, man. I’m over here trying to do my business retreat. I’m over here trying to have a good time. I’m on a boat with some friends. Them people are married, man. They ain’t got nothing to do with anything. Y’all trying to expose – y’all exposing somebody’s wife. Y’all exposing somebody’s kids to all that. like, c’mon.

“Leave that alone, man. That ain’t cool. Now, I got to deal with that. I got to deal with that with my son. I got to deal with that with my wife. That ain’t cool, man. That’s not cool at all. Let those people live, all them bloggers trying to put that out there, that shit is not cool at all. It’s not cool at all.”

Carmelo added that the woman was on the yacht with her husband, and he (Melo) was only on board as a friend. .

He continued: “Let that family be. They’re family. They’re married. Let them people be them people. Them people are some real discrete people. And y’all putting them people out there like that? They don’t need to be [out] in the world like that. They do their own thing.

He added: “Y’all doing too much. The only reason I’m addressing this is because this is affecting my family now. And y’all got me out here looking crazy. Usually, I don’t address this, but I had to address this. Can’t let this one slide, ‘cause this shit ain’t cool no more. Peace.”

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K1 Meets Kid Artist Restates Full Scholarship Promise

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…Former Minister hails the move

Fuji Music living legend, King Wasiu Ayinde Mashal, popularly known as K1 De Ultimate has met the the Representatives of Lagos government and African Church  Primary School, Meiran, over his promise to sponsor the education of Oluwatobi Ilelolawa, the 12 year-old Primary Six pupil of African Church  Primary School, Meiran, who sketched President Muhammadu Buhari’s portrait with pen without any alteration few days ago.

At the presentation of the kid artist to K1 at  Radisson Blu Hotel, Isaac John Street, GRA, Ikeja, the musician said he was committed to the sponsorship of the boy in line with the vision of his 26 year-old Foundation, which was established to help him contribute meaningfully to the society. The issue was brought to the attention of the Fuji icon few months ago by his publicist, Kunle Rasheed, following a Facebook broadcast by Editor, Brands and Marketing of THISDAY Newspapers.

While assuring the parents of the boy that he would henceforth shoulder all financial responsibilities to educate the boy, he urged them to  guide and monitor him very well: “As a young boy who is talented, I think the best thing people like us should do is to support him. By doing so, we are not only touching lives but helping the society to grow. I have always maintained that government alone cannot do it, hence the need for individuals and organisations who have the means to sow seeds that would promote development and touch lives by contributing to the society,” he said.

K1 described the boy as a raw talent that must  be guided, supported and not allowed to waste.”I was touched when the story was brought to my notice and I see it as one of those things one can do to impact the society.  Education is key to success and who knows the boy we are talking about may be a governor or President in the making. He may become another Ben Enwonwu, Bruce Onobrakepya, Wole Soyinka or an international artist of repute in the future. If the society fails to give him the needed support now, posterity will not forgive us. This is the time to lift a hand and groom a talent for posterity.”

Also speaking at the short event, immediate past Minister of Information, Lai Muhammed commended K1 for the gesture and urged other well meaning Nigerians to toe the line and support indigent pupils in the society.

Responding on behalf of Lagos State Ministry of Education,  the Education Secretary, Alimosho Local Government, Alhaja Airat Mojirade Alamu, expressed her gratitude to the Fuji Star, adding that his decision to help the boy would send a positive signal to other prominent people in the society on how to impact lives. The Education Secretary, who was represented by Mrs. Yetunde S. Alimi of School Support Services, however prayed that God will continue to bless K1 to be able to impact more lives.

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Nigerian Musicians Urged To Stop Endorsing Drug Abuse

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Nigerian musicians have been advised to stop glamourising and endorsing illicit drug abuse in whatever shape or form as role models that should show the way for others to follow.

Speaking recently in an interview, a popular Nigerian entertainment promoter Tunde oshinubosi, (La Face) stated that the nation was sitting on a keg of gun powder “if this crazy trend continues unabated.”

He said: “If we think the yahoo trend is bad, guess what, the looming drug epidemic, which will ruin the lives of our future leaders, will be catastrophic. “With drug abuse comes accelerated cases of social vices such as armed robbery, kidnapping, prostitution, fraud, cultism, banditary etc.

“The sweet codeine documentary is just a tip of the iceberg, today’s drug abuse wave cuts across gender, ethnic and religious divide. It is scary, as a parent, I fear for the future of the coming generation.

“The lukewarm attitude of the state and federal governments is mind blowing, I doubt if this madness will be tolerated even by our Ghanaian neighbours.”

La Face stated further that as major stakeholders in the music industry, Nigerian musicians must condemn the evil trend, adding that “let me burst your brain using a common phrase by youths today; an addict will do anything for a score.”

The promoter stressed that music should be about creativity, and not a platform to “glamourise illicit drug abuse, as creative minds, we should focus on lasting legacy.”

He opined that as a nation, Nigeria lost it from the beginning by creating a situation where everything goes, and that the nation must put a stop “to this madness called music.”

“Today, codeine, tramadol rophenol, diazepan etc are abused with reckless abandon. Addicts will automatically graduate into cocaine, heroine, meth etc.

“We already have a problem of massive unemployment with the looming drug epidemic.

“We welcome an unemployable youth populace coupled with poverty, Boko Haram banditary, kidnapping to name a few.

“As industry insiders, it is an open secret that over 90% of Nigerian secular artists do drugs. Should they then pass it on, destroying the future generation, please enough is enough,” La Face stated.

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