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Linda Ikeji introduces her son and finally reveals the identity of her “baby daddy”, but is a child custody battle ahead?

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Citing the need to be transparent for the “young girls who look up to (her)”, Nigerian celebrity gossip blogger Linda Ikeji took to her blog within the past 24 hours to reveal images of her toddler son and share the identity of his father, Sholaye Jeremi. She did not stop there. In what can best be described as an exposé,  she also revealed …

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Tana Adelana on her Fall in the Television Industry, and What it Took to Get Back Up

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Christaina Nkem Adelana popularly known as Tana Adelana is currently one of the most sought-after actresses in Nollywood. In fact, a few days ago, she won the Best of Nollywood Best Actress Awards for her role in the movie ‘Body Language.’ But before her current rise, Tana was a popular television host until she lost it all and sank deep …

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Mo Cheddah on her Rise & Fall in the Music Industry, Legal battles, Depression & Finding Self

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Mo Cheddah’s interview with DANG MONOLOGUE where she finally opens up about her entrance into the music industry, her rise to the top of the charts, the fame, her fall out with her label, the legal battles, being black-listed, going broke to the point of having to take public transportation (buses), and dealing with the depression that ensued was interesting …

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Tiwa Savage’s ‘One Video’: For a happy song, why do most in her MV look so sad?

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Tiwa Savage has had a successful year, amidst a lot of controversies especially with her appearance as the featured love interest in Wizkid’s music video (MV) ‘Fever.’  Tiwa’s appearance in that video made no sense at all but that is a story for a different day. What I am curious about is her latest music video ‘One’. The song is …

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Oscars 2019: What’s the point of Kevin Hart saying he won’t apologize for decade old​ tweets, stepping down, but apologizing after all?

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By now you must have heard the drama surrounding Kevin Hart. He was asked to host the 2019 Oscars. He agreed. However, someone dug his old tweets from almost a decade ago that used derogatory/offensive words (albeit in a comedic and societal climate where it used to be okay) against members of the LGBTQ community.  Kevin Hart, on his own …