Singer Duncan Mighty suggested he would probably be in prison by now if he didn’t get the chance to marry his wife and mother of one kids, Vivien Okechukwu.
See what he wrote below
Queen Bey broke the internet with her baby bump announcement and pictures
and has now released a poem about her twins where she also appeared to dedicate them to Yoruba goddesses Osun and Yemoja.
The poem which is titled I Have Three Hearts was written by popular Somalian poet Warsan Shire.
The Queen Bey is about to be a mother to twins!!!
American singer, songwriter and actress, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter is pregnant with twins.
The Halo singer who is currently heavy, shared news that The Carter family is going to be increased by two via an Instapost;
We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. – The Carters
Beyoncé and her hubby, hip-hop demi-god, Jay-Z had in January 7, 2012 welcomed their first bundle of joy, Blue Ivy Carter who I currently 5 years old.
2Face Releases Official Statement On New Date For Protest by 360metrosports: 4:03pm
2baba (formerly 2face Idibia) has rescheduled the 5th Feb protest against Nigeria’s Federal Government to 6th Feb 2017.
The official statement on the postponement goes thus:
Hello my fellow Nigerians…
Since the idea of a nationwide march was first mentioned, the need for urgent solutions to the challenges facing Nigerians has become very clear. The people have hoped for a better Nigeria since 1999 but things are not getting any better for the majority. We are still where we are – poor and desperate. I will be no longer be quiet.
I want to thank EiE, The 2face Foundation, numerous colleagues and countless fellow Nigerians for stepping up to partner with me. I am just a musician with a point of view and the ear of my fans.
I have dedicated my time and resources to peace building, voter education towards peaceful elections and youth engagement in governance in Nigeria. This time around, my partners, colleagues and I have come together to present a platform for real Nigerians to communicate their real pains to government at all levels in a peaceful and articulate manner with a view to getting lasting solutions to our problems.
This march is about demanding that all saboteurs of good government policies should hands off.
This march is about encouraging positive minded Nigerians to continue to work without intimidation.
We have a system that is clearly designed not to work for the majority.
What is this march not about?
It is not a platform for politicians of any party to manipulate. I know you will still spin it but for one second leave your battles aside and just listen to people without trying to score cheap political points against one another. It is not a point scoring exercise. It is certainly not personal.
It is not an organized labour platform. With all due respect to our comrades who have done much for Nigeria, this march is for the unrepresented.
It is not a ‘my religion or tribe is better than yours’ matter. All our blood is red.
I, Innocent Idibia, am a living example of a Nigerian who owes their success to Nigerians of every tribe and religion. None ask what religion or tribe I am before supporting me. I am grateful.
Therefore, it is with every sense of humility that I say that with this march, I want:
All Nigerians’ lives MUST matter. My religion, ethnicity or what part of the country I live shouldn’t determine the type of protection I get from my government.
According to the Constitution, ‘the security and welfare of the people shall be the primary purpose of government.’
To develop beyond oil, we have to invest in our human capital. Every child must have access to quality education. If our teachers are not paid, how will we raise the next generation to lead the country and run our businesses?
Health is wealth. People die daily from lack of basic, affordable health care. We can definitely do better.
Government needs to make it easier to generate power at the state and local government level so everything is not tied to the center. We need electricity to be productive. The cost of generating our own power is crippling.
Poor education plus a struggling economy means a lot of people are unemployed. Unemployed people are hungry and angry.
6) High cost of living
Food, transportation, medicine, everything is 3 times, 4 times more expensive but our salaries haven’t increased. What do we do
7) Social Justice
According to the Constitution, ‘The Federal Republic of Nigeria shall be a State based on the principles of democracy and social justice.’
There cannot be one set of rules for the poor and another set for the rich.
The best way to kill corruption is to increase transparency. Government finances and contracts must be open and available to all. Who got the money, to do what and by when?
9) Cost of government
Our governance is TOO expensive – federal, state, local – cars, housing, allowances. We must reduce the cost of maintaining our public officials
I stand with Nigeria. There is enough in Nigeria for all of us to ‘chop belleful’. Enough is enough. We must put Nigeria first and keep all the greedy & selfish people away from leadership.
Call to Action
Between now and Monday, February 6, I ask you to share via videos, Facebook, Twitter, blogs, SMS to 0902-355-5335. How are these issues affecting you? What are your daily struggles? How is it doing you? No matter what part of the world you are, I encourage you to share your stories. And join me on Monday in Surulere or online
Use any of the hashtags #IStandWith2Baba #IStandWithNigeria #OneVoiceNigeria on social media.
We will take all the reports and send them to our elected representatives as ONE VOICE of Nigerians across party, ethnic and religious lines – as they hear real people talk about real issues.
On Monday, February 6, meet me at the National Stadium at 8AM and we’ll walk to the National Theatre – 2 national icons that epitomize our decline – as we state clearly and peacefully that #IStandWithNigeria and Nigeria must work for all of us and all of us must work for Nigeria.
American music producer Pharrell welcomes 3 babies into his family
Pharrell’s wife Helen Lasichanh has given birth to triplets. A rep for the couple confirmed the news to Vanity Fair.
Pharrell, 43, and Lasichanh, 36, have one other child, their eight-year-old son Rocket.
Things are about to get a lot busier around the Williams-Lasichanh household. Pharrell will likely scale back his musical output in the coming years to focus on his family. His biggest project of 2016 was producing the “Hidden Figures” soundtrack.
Rapper Yung6ix was in time to rescue his cleaner from being lynched by area boys who aught him after he stole millions in property and cash from the musician.
He was let go because he promised to return everything he stole.
Watch video below
Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has joined the elite group of musicians who have made it onto the Billboard charts.
The Billboard charts tabulate the relative weekly popularity of singles or albums in the United States and elsewhere.
An album on which the ‘Run Go’ act is featured is number two on the Billboard Reggae chart. He is featured on the song A.B.C which is off Jereme Morgan’s Transition album released in January 2017.
Jereme is the song of Gramps Morgan (of Legendary Reggae group Morgan Heritage) and a Grammy winning artiste.
The 17-track album Transition was released on January 6, 2017. It features Stonebwoy, Gramps Morgan, Jo Mersa Marley, Agent Sasco. Toian and J Boog. It was released by Dada Son Entertainment and produced by Jereme and his father.
“I consider everyone featured on my album family. My uncle Peetah also helped with the co-writing process on my album,” says Jereme of the album.
“This album represents the current phase in my life, transitioning into becoming a man. I’ve been working on this album for the past three years, handpicking each sound down to the melodies of each record. Music and the artist should be one, and if the beat doesn’t connect to me, I’m on to the next track. So, that’s how I picked the tracks for the album.“
Another beef is probably in the kitchen!!!!
It seems like after hearing the rumors of his ex Selena Gomez dating The Weekend Justin aint feeling the Starboy singer. When asked how he felt about The Weeknd by TMZ reporters Justin replied he is corny and his music is WACK!
Check the video below
American singer and songwriter Ne-Yo is working on a new album, and to get the fans ready he has shared a behind-the-scenes look at a recent recording session he had with fellow R&B singer/songwriter Eric Bellinger.
Taking to his Instagram on Wednesday night, Ne-Yo posted a one-minute clip with the caption: “The process…. Much love to my dude @ericbellinger Thanx for adding to the sauce boi boi!! This album is going to be special. I promise. 💀❤️🎼 🔥🔥🔥 PATIENCE. IT’S COMING.”
For the first time in his career, the “Sexy Love” singer is working with a handful of other songwriters to enhance the process and give him a fresh take. Speaking about his decision to do so, Ne-Yo explained: “It’s not that I can’t do it myself, I can definitely do it myself, but this time I decided to bring in some folks to expand on what I already had … That’s what its about, it’s about expanding it’s about evolution, while at the same time staying true to who you are.”
Ne-Yo and Eric Bellinger have been building their working relationship more recently, but Eric is credited for penning the title song “Think Like A Man” which Ne-Yo sang along with Jennifer Hudson, for the soundtrack to the 2012 comedy Think Like A Man.