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NBC Bans Davido, 9ice and Olamide songs

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Just after National Broadcasting Commission has Ban Olamide “wo” and other from been played on airwaves the Nigerian indigenous rapper Olamide Adedeji, has said that he never intended to cause harm to music fans with the song.

The rapper, popularly called Olamide, on Tuesday tweeted:

“No intentions of promoting tobacco to get people killed. I love my people, I love my country. One love, one Nigeria.”

The NBC, on Tuesday, placed a ban on works by three of Nigeria’s top level music artistes for an alleged violation of its rules and regulations.

It named Olamide’s Wo and Wavi Level; a remix of Davido’s If and 9ice’s Living Things as the culprits in a current list of banned songs and music videos that it released to the public.

Although the commission did not give specific reasons for banning the songs, the decision may have been influenced by a recent reaction from the Federal Ministry of Health to the music video of Olamide’s new song.

Last Friday, in a message posted on Twitter, the ministry kicked against the video of Wo, released a few days ago and described the content as contravening the Tobacco Control Act of 2015.

The Ministry of Health also noted that the video contained scenes showing youths of different ages openly smoking substances believed to be either cigarettes or narcotics and concluded that such scenes could encourage second-hand smoking among underage children anywhere in the country.

However, this is the third time that the NBC has brought down its hammer on a popular song by Olamide.

The last time was 2016, when two other songs by the rapper were slammed for what the commission described as “obscene and indecent” lyrics.

Also, before the ban on 9ice’s Living Things, the song had been fingered as the subject of a statement by fellow rapper Falz, which urged Nigerian musicians in general to be mindful of the kind of messages that they passed to the public in their songs.

Falz had appeared to be genuinely concerned about the impact of such messages on the youth. He pointed out that artistes who saw nothing wrong about glorifying Internet fraud, drugs and other anti-social behavior were not doing the society any good.

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Peter Okoye Threaten to sue show promoter for using his photo to make his twin brother’s show sell

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One of the Twin brother of PSquare, Peter Okoye has called out an Angolan show promoter who used his photo to promote his brother Paul Okoye’s show.

The show promoters shared a photo of P-Square, both Peter and Paul, to promote the show even though the group is defunct and it was only Paul performing.

Peter found this out and called them out while also shading his twin brother, Paul for needing his image to sell his show.

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How my nude live video with MC Galaxy affected me – Etinosa

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Recall months ago Etinosa nude went viral…

Nollywood actress and comedian, Etinosa Idemudia is also a social media influencer, film maker and internet celebrity. The beautiful and playful engineer-turned-actress became the topic of social media discussion recently after a video of her going fully nak¢d on singer, MC Galaxy’s InstaLive feed filtered into the internet.

In this interview, Etinosa whose marriage to a military personnel crashed due to domestic violence shares her lessons, challenges, mistakes, love life and plans.

How has life been generally?

Life has been filled with ups and downs, challenges and victories. Life has been good to me. My life has been filled with the grace of God and a lot of miracles. My life is a testimony, right from my birth to my travails. And of course, my present career has been nothing but a miracle.

What are you working on at the moment?

I’m actually working on two projects at the moment. One is ‘Charlie Charlie’ by Charles Uwagbai. The other is ‘Game Up’ directed by Okechukwu Oku aka ‘The Oracle’. ‘Charlie Charlie’ is an action-comedy that seeks to create awareness on immigration malpractices, money laundering, human trafficking and so on. “Game up” is about a very notorious couple who scam people for a living, until they also ended up getting scammed.

How would you sum up the journey so far?

The journey has not been without its challenges. I would say it has been very fast, which is like a miracle, like I said earlier. Every journey is in stages, from the lows to the highs, probably with some hiccups on the way, especially if the journey is in Nigeria, with bad roads (Laughs), you’ll experience gallops here and there. I thank God for grace and that success is not a destination.

It is a continuous journey and my journey keeps getting better and better. I wouldn’t really say there’s been any setbacks, I would say mostly lessons learnt. In terms of challenges, pushing and promoting a brand is not usually very easy in Nigeria, because so many parameters are set for you to just fail. Unfortunately, bad news and unfortunate events sell more and are promoted more. Negativity is given more push. Pushing a brand can be really challenging, but with the grace of God we are able to pull through.

When did the big break come for you?

That would definitely be the release of my movie “The Washerman” in August last year. It completely changed my life. It changed my career status and promoted me so greatly. I would say the release of “The Washerman” did that magic for me.

What has fame robbed you of?

Fame has robbed me of the chance or the room to play and be myself freely in public and even in private. Because of fame, sometimes I want to dance in a public place and my friends will remind me to “package”. Now I have to think about how my actions would be misconstrued and so I just respect myself and not dance. Normally, I like to be free, to play and interact with people, even those I don’t know from anywhere in a controlled environment.

What’s the worst rumour you’ve heard about yourself?

That would have to be me hearing that when I was in the university, I had series of abortions and I was like Haaa! How?! (Laughs) Till now I have never had an abortion. That rumour was too crazy, because you know “In every rumour, there’s an atom of truth”. But there was no atom of truth in that at all. Sometimes, I sit down and ask myself who sat down to construct this kind of story. Some people are jobless oo…

Any regrets?

I don’t have any regrets. I only have lessons learned. I feel everything that has happened to me in life was destined to happen. They were pre-arranged towards a certain purpose. I don’t regret anything. If I were to go back in time, I don’t think I would change anything. I would probably change my bank account balance (Laughs).

What are lessons learnt from your failed marriage?

Character, attitude, behaviour, habits that come around to ruin a marriage, don’t just come from nowhere in a marriage. They’ve always been there. We’ve always known that this person was like this. We all see the signs before we get married, but I don’t know if it’s pressure or the butterflies in the tummy, that makes us overlook them and be like “Let me just manage this one”. You keep managing and then, one day, you wake up and realise that you are about to die, you can no longer manage and you want to leave.

The lesson here is : You see the traits in a person before getting married to that person. You know yourself, what you can take, what you don’t want and what can kill you. If you see those traits, it’s best to walk away before it gets ugly, while everybody is still in love and friendly with each other. “Find your level/square-root”! Don’t go and force yourself when you’re seeing the bad characters/things and ugly pictures of that person and still believe you’ll make it work. No, you’ll just kill yourself or end up with a shattered marriage. “A stitch in time saves nine”. My own is, you walk out in time saves your body.

Are you in talking terms with your ex-husband?

No, I’m not in talking terms with him.

Are you in a relationship at the moment?

I’m dating at the moment. I won’t call it a relationship, but yes, I’m dating.

Regarding the controversial nude live video with MC Galaxy, how were you able to handle it and move on from the scandal?

With the support of friends and family, I put aside all the noise around me and negative backlash and I focused on my work. Thankfully, I’m a very busy person, I have a lot of things to keep me busy and not things to remind me of who I was, but who I am. Circumstances around you should never ever define you. Irrespective of what has happened, I’m still who I am. I’m still a great person, a star and a content producer. So I focused on doing just that, doing my work and minding my business.

How did it affect you personally and your career in general?

Emotionally, yes it affected me. Psychologically, maybe, yes. It had positive and negative effects, mostly positive and I’m happy about that.

Do you still share a cordial relationship with MC Galaxy?

May 2nd was his birthday. We are in touch and I wish him well. We are good, we are friends. No bad blood.

Moving on, what’s next for you?

Like I said, Charlie Charlie is going to be released in the cinemas hopefully in September, so I’m working very hard with Charles Uwagbai to make sure this comes through. I’m also working on my TV series which has been on the down-low as well. Also, there are a couple of brands I represent and work with closely right now for promotion and that’s what is going to be taking most of my time from here on.

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“Why pitch me against Tiwa Savage?”- Yemi Alade asks furiously

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The war between Tiwa Savage an Yemi Alade is not yet over as…

In a chat with Showtime, afro-pop music singer, Yemi Alade, said she still finds it difficult to understand why the public pitches Tiwa Savage and herself against each other.

“Whatever makes them sleep well at night. I’ll never comprehend why the public likes to pitch successful people against one another, we are all winning, and that’s what is important. But like I said, whatever makes them sleep well at night”, she said.

She rubbished claims that Tiwa has penetrated the African music scene more than she has.

“Every female in the Nigerian music industry is doing great and I’m glad for the chance and opportunity to take our music places”, she noted.

Speaking on her recent music project with international music act, Rick Ross, she said; “I saw an opportunity and I grabbed it. It was an amazing experience. Rick Ross is a nice person and an inspiration; I admire his work ethics. We both represent a premium brand. We felt it would be nice to come together and do something iconic.”

The Effizie Music Group signed singer who has surprisingly steered clear of messy scandals and controversies ever since her debut on the Nigerian music scene, shared the secret behind this feat.  “I know who I’m, where I come from and I surround myself with amazing people”, she said

Recall that in July 2018, Yemi Alade, refused to defend Tiwa Savage when a radio presenter described Tiwa as a crap musician, it fuelled an already viral speculations that the female singers were secretly battling each other for supremacy.

To worsen matters, the ‘Johnny’ crooner later rated herself equal to Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, Davido, Olamide and other A’list music acts.

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