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Video Of Regina Daniels Jamming To Shatta Wale’s ‘Taking Over’ Song Goes Viral; Fans React [Watch]

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Video Of Regina Daniels Jamming To Shatta Wale’s ‘Taking Over’ Song Goes Viral; Fans React [Watch]

Young actress and billionaire’s wife, Regina Daniels has stunned fans in Ghana and Nigeria with a video of her jamming to Shatta Wale’s Taking over song.

In the video sighted on Instagram, the actress was seen cruising in town with a friend.

Regina Daniels surprised many people with her lyrical prowess with the way she was able to lip-synch the words of the song.

In spite of the fact that the words used in the song were mainly Ga, she managed to sing effortlessly as she sat behind the steering wheel.

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Her fans who have been elated by her other side have massively reacted to the video.

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Top 5 Most Awarded African Musicians, Check Out Sarkodie’s Position So Shocking

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Music is plays a very important role in the living of Africa, the sweet melodies and the sounds.

Africans have long debated on who is the best and most awarded in the music industry.

Checkout the 5 Most Awarded Musicians in Africa.

5. Diamond Platnumz – 64 Awards Won

Naseeb Abdul Juma, popularly known by his stage name Diamond Platnumz, is a Tanzanian bongo flava recording artist and dancer from Tanzania. He has had several hit songs including “Number One” which he featured Nigerian artiste Davido.

Diamond Platnumz is known for his collaborations with top musicians all over the world and nicknamed by fans “The African Usher ” due to his dancing skills.

4. Tuface – 74 Awards Won

Tuface is one of the most versatile and talented musician in the Nigerian music industry. He was once Nigeria’s and Africa’s most awarded artiste.

Born Innocent Ujah Idibia in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria,he is popularly known by his stage name 2Face. Tuface 2Face Idibia is a singer, songwriter, record producer and entrepreneur.

Innocent Ujah Idibia adopted the stage name “2Face” (Tuface) in 1996,according to him the reason for this is that he was trying to demarcate my personal life with my business life.

2baba is one of the most decorated Afro pop artists in Africa. In this article we will take a look at some of the awards won by Tuface 2Face Idibia.

 

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3. Wizkid-Award79

Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid, Wizzy, Big Wiz, Machala or Starboy, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter.

Wizkid is a very popular African artist from Nigeria, with a lot of Accolades. He was ranked 5th on Forbes and Channel O’s 2013 list of the Top 10 Richest/Bankable African Artists.

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In February 2014, Wizkid became the first ever Nigerian musician to have over 1 million followers on Twitter.

Moreover, he became the first Afrobeats artist to appeared in the 2018 Guinness World Records for his contribution to Drake’s hit song “One Dance”. One of the top musicians in africa.

2.Sarkodie – 103 Awards

Michael Owusu Addo, professionally known as Sarkodie, is a Ghanaian hip hop recording artist and entrepreneur from Tema.

He won the Best International Act: Africa category at the 2012 BET Awards, and was nominated in the same category at the 2014 BET Awards. In 2015, Sarkodie was ranked the 19th most Influential Ghanaian by e.tv Ghana.

He is considered one of the major proponents of the Azonto genre and dance. Sarkodie is often named as one of Africa’s greatest hip hop artists.

1.Davido – 110 Awards

David Adedeji Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, is a Nigerian-American singer, songwriter, and record producer. Davido rose to fame after releasing “Dami Duro”, the second single from his debut studio album Omo Baba Olowo. In 2012, Davido won the Next Rated award at The Headies.

Davido is a Nigerian recording artist. As of December 2017, he has received a total of 109 awards from about 150 nominations. Many believe Davido to be one of Africa’s biggest artist of the moment.

 

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The Nominations Are In! Here’s Every African Artiste Nominated For An AFRIMA 2021 Award

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The nominations for the 2021 All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA), which will be held in Lagos, Nigeria, from November 19 to 21, have been announced.

The award event will honour some of Africa’s finest music artists, producers, and cultural influences, and will showcase the beauty of African music and artistry.

More than 400 songs from diverse artists have been nominated in 30 continental and 10 regional categories. South African pop duo Blaq Diamond, leads the nominations with eight for their song “SummerYoMuthi.” South African artist Focalistic received seven nominations, followed by Wizkid with six nod

Burna Boy(Nigeria), Davido(Nigeria), and Wizkid(Nigeria) were nominated for the ‘Best Male Artistes from West Africa’, alongside Djodje (Cape Verde), Iba One (Mali), KiDi (Ghana), MHD (Guinea), Nelson Freitas (Cape Verde) and Stonebwoy (Ghana).

The Best Female Artist from West Africa are Niniola(Nigeria), Tems(Nigeria), Teni (Nigeria), Yemi Alade(Nigeria), and Tiwa Savage (Nigerian)  alongside Nakamura (Mali), Djelykaba Bintou (Guinea), Gyakie (Ghana), Josey (Ivory Coast), Manamba Kanté (Guinea), and Soraia Ramos (Cape Verde).

See the full list below:

Regional categories

Best Female Artist in Central Africa

Anna Joyce (Angola)
Blanche Bailly (Cameroon)
Charlotte Dipanda (Cameroon)
Edmazia Mayembe (Angola)
Eyango (Cameroon)
Mimi (Cameroon)
Rebo (DR Congo)
Perola (Angola)
Shan’L (Gabon)
T’neeya (Cameroon)

Best Male Artist in Central Africa

C4 Pedro (Angola)
Calema (Sao Tome and Principe)
Fally Ipupa (DR Congo)
Ferre Gola (DR Congo)
GIMS (DR Congo)
Inoss’B (DR Congo)
Koffi Olomide (Congo Republic)
Locko (Cameroon)
Rui Orlando (Angola)
Salatiel & Rutshelle Guillaume (Cameroon)

Best Female Artist in Eastern Africa

Afrie (Uganda)
Karun ( Kenya)
Merry Zerabruk (Eritrea)
Nandy (Tanzania)
Nikita Kering (Kenya)
Rema Namakula, DJ Harold & Chike (Uganda)
Rosa Ree (Tanzania)
Spiece Diana (Tanzania)
Xenia (Kenya)
Zuchu (Tanzania)

Best Male Artist in Eastern Africa

Bensoul (Kenya)
Darassa (Tanzania)
Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
Eddy Kenzo (Uganda)
Harmonize (Tanzania)
Lij Mic (Ethiopia)
Meddy (Rwanda)
Nviiri The Storyteller (Kenya)
Rayvanny (Tanzania)
Sauti Sol (Kenya)

Best Female Artist in North Africa

Abir (Morocco)
Emel Mathlouthi (Tunisia)
Haidy Moussa (Egypt)
Jaylan (Morroco)
Latifa (Tunisia)
Manal (Morocco)
Nada (Morocco)
Salma Rachid (Morocco)
Ruby (Egypt)
Samira Said (Egypt)

Best Male Artist in North Africa

Amr Diab (Egypt)
Dizzy Dros (Morocco)
DJ Moh Green (Algeria)
Hamza El Fadly (Morocco)
Klay BBJ (Tunisia)
L7OR (Morocco)
Mohamed Ramadan ft. Maitre Gims (Egypt)
Muslim (Morocco)
Soolking (Algeria)
Zouhair Bahaoui (Morocco)

Best Female Artist in South Africa

Busiswa (South Africa)
Cleo Ice Queen (Zambia)
DJ Zinhle (South Africa)
Kamo Mphela (South Africa)
Kelly Khumalo (South Africa)
Makhadzi (South Africa)
Nomcebo Zikode (South Africa)
Sha Sha (Zimbabwe)
Shekinah (South Africa)
Tamy Moyo (Zimbabwe)
Zanda Zakuza (South Africa)

Best Male Artist in Southern Africa

Blaq Diamond (South Africa)
Casper Nyovest (South Africa)
DJ Tarico (Mozambique)
Focalistic (South Africa)
Jah Prayzah (Zimbabwe)
Major League DJz (South Africa)
Mapara A Jazz (South Africa)
Mi Casa (South Africa)
Mr JazziQ (South Africa)
Nasty C (South Africa)
Sun-El Musician (South Africa)

Best Female Artist in Western Africa

Aya Nakamura (Mali)
Djelykaba Bintou (Guinea)
Gyakie (Ghana)
Josey (Ivory Coast)
Manamba Kanté (Guinea)
Niniola (Nigeria)
Soraia Ramos (Cape Verde)
Tems (Nigeria)
Teni (Nigeria)
Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)
Yemi Alade (Nigeria)

Best Male Artist in West Africa

Burna Boy ( Nigeria)
Davido (Nigeria)
Djodje (Cape Verde)
Iba One ( Mali)
KiDi (Ghana)
MHD (Guinea)
Nelson Freitas (Cape Verde)
Stonebwoy (Ghana)
Wizkid (Nigeria)

Continental categories

African Fans’ Favourite

‘Dieu Merci’ by Dadju ft. Tiskola
‘Outside’ by Buju
‘Gcina Impilo Yam’ by DJ Cleo
‘Peru’ by Fireboy DML
‘Jennifer’ by Guchi
‘Tigini’ by Kikimoteleba
‘Jerusalema Remix’ by Master KG ft. Nomcebo Zikode and Burna Boy
‘KPK’ by Rexxie ft. Mohbad

Album of the Year

Aya by Aya Nakamura (Mali)
Twice As Tall by Burna Boy (Nigeria)
A Better Time by Davido (Nigeria)
Tokooos II by Fally Ipupa (DRC)
Mon Empire by Iba One (Mali)
Mansa by MHD (Guinea)
Fleur Froide by Tayc (Cameroon)
Celia by Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)
Made In Lagos by Wizkid (Nigeria)

Artist of the Year

Aya Nakamura (Mali)
Blaq Diamond (South Africa)
Burna Boy (Nigeria)
Davido (Nigeria)
Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
Fally Ipupa (DR Congo)
Focalistic (South Africa)
Makhadzi (South Africa)
MHD (Guinea)
Omah Lay (Nigeria)
Wizkid (Nigeria)

Best African Acts in the Diaspora (Male)

Abir ( Morocco/US)
Aya Nakamura (Mali/France)
Ms Banks (Nigeria/ UK)
Naomi Achu (Cameroon/ US)
Nata (Sierra Leone/ US)
Rimon (Eritrea/ Netherlands)
Shaybo (Nigeria/UK)

Best African Acts in the Diaspora (Female)

Nelson Freitas (Cape Verde/ Portugal)
Dave (Nigeria/UK)
Double S (Uganda/UK)
Headie One (Ghana/UK)
Jae5 (Ghana/UK)
MHD (Guinea/ France)
Rotimi (Nigeria/US)
Tayc (Cameroon/France)
Tion Wayne (Nigeria/UK)

Best African Collaboration

‘Cash App’ by Bella Shmurda ft. Zlatan and Lincoln (Nigeria)
‘Kua Buaru’ by Calema ft. Pérola, Soraia Ramos and Manecas Costa (Sao Tome and Principe,Angola, Cape Verde & Giunea Bissau)
‘Waah’ by Diamond Platnumz ft. Koffi Olomide (Tanzania and DR Congo)
‘Yaba Buluku (Remix)’ by DJ Tarico ft. Burnaboy, Preck and Nelson (Mozambique and Nigeria)
‘Ke Star (Remix)’ by Focalistic & Davido ft. Vigro Deep (South Africa & Nigeria)
‘Forever (Remix)’ by Gyakie ft. Omah Lay (Ghana and Nigeria)
‘Feeling’ by Ladipoe ft. Buju (Nigeria)
‘Ya habibi’ by Mohamed Ramadan ft. Maitre Gim (Egypt and DR Congo)
‘Number One’ by Nandy ft. Joeboy (Tanzania and Nigeria)
‘Où est le mariage’ by Shan’L ft. Fally Ipupa (Gabon and DR Congo)
‘Essence’ by Wizkid ft. Tems (Nigeria)

Best African DJ

DJ Moh Green (Algeria)
Black Coffee(South Africa)
DJ Cuppy (Nigeria)
DJ Impossible (Angola)
DJ Kaywise (Nigeria)
DJ Mix Premier (Ivory Coast)
DJ Sinyorita (Tanzania)
DJ Sly (Ghana)
DJ Spinall (Nigeria)
Major League DJz (South Africa)

Best Artist, Duo or Band

Ajebo Hustlers ft. Omah Lay (Nigeria)
B2C (Kampala Boys) ft. Lutalo (Uganda)
Blaq Diamond (South Africa)
Calema ft. Pérola, Soraia Ramos & Manecas Costa (Sao Tome and Principe)
Cavemen (Nigeria)
Chelsy & Nsoki (Angola)
Mi Casa (South Africa)
Sauti Sol ft. Bensoul, Nviiri The Storyteller, Xenia & NHP
The Isomers (Nigeria)
Toofan (Togo)

Best African Rapper or Lyricist

A-Q (Nigeria)
Dip Doundou Guiss (Senegal)
Elow’n (Ivory Coast)
Khaligraph Jones (Kenya)
Ko-C (Cameroon)
Ladipoe (Nigeria)
Nasty C (South Africa)
Nata (Sierra Leone)
Sarkodie (Ghana)
Vector (Nigeria)

Best African Video

‘Berna Reloaded’ by Flavour ft. Fally Ipupa & Diamond Platnumz. Director: Dammy Twitch
‘Waah’ by Diamond Platnumz ft. Koffi Olomide. Director: Director Kenny
‘Djodje’ by Bella. Director: Kwanda Lima
‘Ya Habibi’ by Maitre Gims & Mohammed Ramadan. Director: Ya Habibi (Maitre Gims & Mohammed Ramadan)
‘Kobolé’ by King Alasko. Director: Steven Awuku
‘Show Body’ by Kuami Eugene ft. Falz. Director: Rex
‘Abule’ by Patoranking. Director: Prior Gold
‘Nairobi’ by Bensoul ft. Sauti Sol, Nviiri the Storyteller, Mejja. Director: Roadman
‘Paloma’ by Mr P ft. Singah. Director: Unlimited LA

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Best Artist, Duo or Group in African RnB & Soul

Adekunle Gold ft. Lucky Daye – ‘Sinner’
Aya Nakamura ft. Stormzy – ‘Plus Jamais’
Djodje- ‘Tempo Sabi’
Elaine – ‘Right Now’
Gyakie ft. Omah Lay – ‘Forever’
Nikita Kering – ‘Ex’
Oxlade – ‘Ojuju’
Tems – ‘Damages’
T’neeya – ‘Dark Twisted Fantasy’
Wizkid ft. Tems – ‘Essence’

Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Reggae, Ragga & Dancehall

A2 Di Fulani – ‘Te Tewto’
Bebe Cool – ‘Make a Wish’
EXQ ft. Tock Vibes – ‘Wakatemba’
Mykey Shewa – ‘Fendata’
Natty O – ‘Safe’
Patoranking – ‘Abule’
Rosa Ree – ‘That Gal’
Ruger – ‘Bounce’
Stonebwoy ft. Davido – ‘Activate’

Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Dance or Choreography

‘Waah’ by Diamond Platnumz ft. Koffi Olomide
‘Corner Der’ by DWP Academy, Dancegod Lloyd and AfroBeast
‘Berna Reloaded’ by Flavour ft. Fally Ipupa and Diamond Platnumz
‘Ke Star (Remix)’ by Focalistic & Davido ft. Vigro Deep
‘Meme’ by Innoss’B
‘Kelebe’ by Rayvanny
‘Mbote’ by ‘Rebo’
‘Dancina’ by Yemi Alade
‘Chara Dance’ by Safarel Obiang

Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Hip Hop

‘Breathe’ by A-Q
Second Sermon by Blaq Sherif
‘Bling’ by Blaqbonez ft. Amaarae and Buju
‘Ye x4’ by Blxckie ft Nasty C
‘Nokuthula’ by Cassper Nyovest ft. Busiswa and Legendary P
‘History’ by Cheque ft. Fireboy DML
President Du Rap publique’ by Ko-C
‘Satan’ by Rosa Ree
‘Early Momo’ by Vector ft. GoodGirl LA
‘Sore (Remix) by Yaw TOG ft. Stormzy and Kwesi Arthur

Best Artist, Duo Or Group in African Jazz

‘Kalakuta’ by Bokani Dyer
‘Eulogy for Biafra’ by Franck Biyong
‘Dance’ by Hornsphere
‘Tara Tara’ by Jimmy Dludlu
‘Free Your Mind’ by Made Kuti
‘God Save the Queen’ by Olu
‘Dikeledi’ by Thandi Ntuli
‘Beautiful’ by Thandi Ntuli
‘Umdali’ by Zoe Modiga

Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Rock

‘Kelewele’ by Dark Suburb
‘Peace in Limbe’ by Franck Biyong
‘Structures’ by Rash
‘Furukazi’ by Tetu Shani
‘Beat Time’ by The Isomers

Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Traditional

‘Nini’ by Ayeah Leonnette
‘Osondu’ by Cavemen
‘Cultural Praise Vol.1’ by Kcee and Okwesili Eze Group
‘Amen’ by Kid Tini ft. Sbahle
‘Ade Ori Okin’ by K1 De Ultimate
‘Doubting Thomas’ by Larry Gaaga ft. Umu Obiligbo and Davido
‘Nobody’ by Malome Vector
‘Yawokebetina’ by Meselu Fantahuh
‘Semba Original’ by Paulo Flores
‘God Will Make A Way’ by Shanah
‘Africa’ by Shivanah
‘Hamida’ by Yonas Maynas

Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Contemporary

‘Fada’ by Sooking
‘Ngayi’ by Borgia ft. Jack Inga
‘Running to You’ by Chike ft. Simi
‘Regarde Moi’ by Ferre Gola
‘Lie’ by Kizz Daniel
‘Au Mariage de ma Gon’ by Locko
‘Monalisa’ by Lojay and Sarz
‘Ndoto’ by Majoos ft. Koffi Olomide
‘Atansiyo’ ft. Platini P
‘Good Girl’ by Salatiel ft. Rutshelle Guillaume

Best Artist, Duo or Group In African Electro

‘Natural Love’ by Wally Seck
‘Siyathandana’ by Casper Nyovest ft. Abidhoza
‘Xola Moya Wam’ by Nomcebo Zikode ft. Master KG
‘Yaba Buluku(Remix)’ by DJ Tarico ft. Burnaboy, Preck and Nelson
‘Nkulunkulu’ by Kamo Mphela
‘Murahu’ by Makhadzi ft. Mr Brown
‘Coming’ by Naira Marley ft. Busiswa
‘Ke Star (Remix)’ by Focalistic & Davido ft. Vigro Deep
‘Addicted’ by Niniola
‘John Vuli Gate’ by Mapara A Jazz ft. Ntosh Gazi and Colano

Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Pop

‘Yacht’ by Abir
‘Cash App’ by Bella Shmurda ft. Zlatan and Lincoln
‘SummerYoMuthi’ by Blaq Diamond
‘LA Patronne’ by Djelykaba Bintou
‘Education’ by Iba One ft. Oumou Sangare
‘Show Me’ by Joeboy
‘Touch It’ by KiDi
‘Au Mariage de ma Go’ by Locko
‘In My Maserati (Remix)’ by Olakira ft. Davido
‘Godly’ by Omah Lay
‘Bounce’ by Rema

Best Female Artist in African Inspirational Music

Ada Ehi (Nigeria)
Afrie (Uganda)
Eden (Ivory Coast)
Kamo Mphela (South Africa)
Montess (Cameroon)
Nata (Sierra Leone)
Noel Nderitu (Kenya)
Ruth Asong (Cameroon)
Diana Hamilton (Ghana)
Kelly Khumalo (South Africa)

Best Male Artist in African Inspirational Music

Ali Mukhwana (Kenya)
Ashs The Best (Senegal)
Azaya (Guinea)
Blaq Diamond (South Africa)
Ferre Gola (DR Congo)
Iba One (Mali)
Icha Kavons (DR Congo)
Icha Kavons (Cameroon)
Patoranking (Nigeria)
Sjava (South Africa)
TZY Panchak (Cameroon)

Best Global Act

Faouzia (Canada)
Drake (Canada)
Doja Cat (US)
H.E.R (US)
Bruno Mars (US)
Ed Sheeran (UK)
Olivio Rodrigo (US)
Beyoncé

Breakout Artist of the Year

Aveiro Djess (Cameroon)
Bells Shmurda (Nigeria)
Blaq Diamond (South Africa)
Djelykaba Bintou (Guinea)
Focalistic (South Africa)
Omah Lay (Nigeria)
Remy Adan (Ivory Coast)
Tems (Nigeria)
Yaw Tog (Ghana)
Zochu (Tanzania)

Most Promising African Artist

Ayra Starr (Nigeria)
Blxckie (South Africa)
Buju (Nigeria)
Ckay (Nigeria)
El Grande Toto (Morocco)
Iss 814 (Senegal)
Lojay (Nigeria)
Rebo (DR Congo)
Ruger (Nigeria)
Xenia Manasseh (Kenya)

Producer of the Year

Blaq Dimond (South Africa)
DJ Tarico (Mozambique)
Kolber Prod (Ivory Coast)
Legendury Beatz (Nigeria)
Lizer Classic (Tanzania)
Napji (Nigeria)
Olakira (Nigeria)
P Prime (Nigeria)
Telz (Nigeria)
Vigro Deep (South Africa)

Song of the Year

‘SummerYoMuthi’ by Blaq Diamond
‘Fem’ by Davido
‘Waah’ by Diamond Platnumz ft. Koffi Olomide
‘Yaba Buluku(Remix)’ by DJ Tarico ft. Burnaboy, Preck and Nelson
‘Ke Star (Remix)’ by Focalistic & Davido ft. Vigro Deep
‘In My Maserati (Remix)’ by Olakira ft. Davido
‘Infinity’ by Olamide ft. Omah Lay
‘Abule’ by Patoranking
‘Number One’ by Rayvanny ft. Zuchu
‘Le Gout De’ by Remy Adan
‘Essence’ by Wizkid ft. Tems

Songwriter of the Year

Nikita Kering (Kenya)
Nasty C (South Africa)
Adekunle Gold, Lucky Daye and Marcel Akunwata (Nigeria)
Bensoul (Kenya)
Iba One (Mali)
Kelly Khumalo (South Africa)
Tiwa Savage, Mystro and Vitoralli (Nigeria)
Fally Ipupa, Julio Masidi, The Guest and Dadju Nsungula (DR Congo)
Vector, BY LINX and GoodGirl LA (Nigeria)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Confusion Everywhere: Wizkid Fans Struggle For Jacket Ownership Hours After His New York Concert (Watch)

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A great confusion has erupted amongst some Wizkid fans who attended his New York Concert recently.

The buzzing Nigerian superstar’s jacket which landed in the crowd has left some struggle each other to claim ownership of it.

In a video sighted by GhArticles.com, some fans are seen pulling the jacket as none of them is willing to give up the jacket for one of them to have it.

In a two short videos, second one had them still pulling the jacket to claim ownership after hours of struggling, at this point they looked very tired as they sat down holding tightly to the ‘poor’ jacket.

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GhArticles.com cannot confirm the video is true not but it has found itself on TikTok which means its a funny video from some diehard Wizkid fans who wants to show how much they love their him.

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