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Nigerian Veteran Actress Dies At Age 64

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Nigerian Veteran Actress Dies At Age 64

Veteran Nigerian actress Rachel Oniga has been confirmed dead by family members.

Not long after rumors of the veteran actress’ death circulated on social, her family came out with a statement confirming her death and also putting to bed rumors of her death.

In a statement signed by Rachel’s sister, it was revealed that she died from a heart-related issue, an aliment she battled with for a short period before she passed.

Soon after the family of Rachel Oniga announced that the veteran actress had died from health complications at the age of 64, celebrities took to Instagram to mourn the legendary star.

Check out some of the moving posts below;

 

 

 

Rest In power to the best who ever did it!!!

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Social Media Reacts To Big Brother Mzansi’s Nude Scenes

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Social Media Reacts To Big Brother Mzansi's Nude Scenes

Despite being under the same production, scenes from BBMzani are unedited, including showcasing the nudity of the competitors.

Bathroom scenes dubbed ‘Shower Hour’ and private diaries are all telecasted; this, netizens have likened to a mini porn show.

The latest season has divided fans across the continent, with South Africans and Nigerians, in particular, have been at each other’s throats.

While comparing the differences, South Africans have argued their content is more eye-catching and worth viewing, unlike the Nigerians who hide behind secret rooms to ‘devour’ themselves.

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Tackling the argument from the cultural and religious perspective, a majority of viewers have called on the production to censor the nudity part.

Some have described it as outrageous, provocative and a bad representation of Africa as a continent.

However, their demands are yet to be met as the latest scenes captured the contestants, both male and females naked in various parts of the house.

This is expected to go on for the next few weeks until a winner finally emerges.

 

 

 

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Bobrisky’s Bedroom Photo Goes Wrong As His ‘Balls’ Pops Up; Fans React [SEE PHOTO]

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I Can't Ki$$ A Guy With Smelly Bad Breath - Bobrisky Reveals

Idris Okuneye, the popular Nigerian socialite and crossdresser known as Bobrisky, has received conflicting reactions after releasing a p0rnographic selfie of himself on Snapchat.

Nigerians claim to have seen his Bobrisky’s balls after zooming into a photo of the crossdresser captioned: She doesn’t stand up from bed for anything less than 5million daily.”

Reacting to the photo, a Twitter user identified as @Babatunde wrote; No be balls I dey see so abi na eyes dey pain me this midnight.

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Akon Sued $4m

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Akon’s former business partner, Devyne Stephens, has filed a lawsuit against the singer.

Devyne Stephens has accused the “Don’t Matter” artiste of stiffing him out of $750,000 from a 2018 settlement agreement and $3 million in royalties, Page Six reports.

Stephens, a music executive who previously worked with Destiny’s Child, Usher, Jay-Z, Toni Braxton, and TLC, claims he and Akon reached a pact four years ago in which he would receive $3.25 million over the span of four years. The singer allegedly failed to pay the final installment of $750,000.

This is the latest development in what has become a contentious relationship between Akon and Stephens, who accused his former business partner of spending “the better part of a decade” finding ways to avoid giving him the money that’s contractually owed to him. “Akon has spent the better part of a decade frustrating Stephens’ attempts to obtain large amounts of money which Akon unambiguously promised in contracts to pay Stephens,” court documents state.

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Stephens alleges that Akon believes he shouldn’t be required to pay 20 percent because he’s now working for BMG Records. Stephens countered with the accusation that the singer intentionally breached his contract with Atlantic, and argued that BMG “by any objective metric, is a ‘major’ record label.”

The court claims Akon has taken the stance that he’s currently not on a “major” label, to which Stephens responded, “He is wrong.”

Akon came under fire last year when he told TMZ that the “famous and the rich go through more issues than the poor,” a statement he later stood behind, saying he was speaking from his own personal experience.“

“I’m having more problems successfully dealing with all that comes with success than I had when I was poor,” he said. “I was actually happier when I was poor.”

 

 

 

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