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Read Ruggedman’s Open Letter To Blackface

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Ruggedman writes an open letter to Blackface, calls him a

My dear @blackfacenaija I greet you. I saw your little interview on @pulsenigeria247 and decided to take a little time off to answer your call. I have been doing my best in setting good examples for young cats and I feel great seeing them doing good. It’s sad I have to write this,but they will understand.

I am and will always be a fan of your one and only album “Ghetto Child” that had some conscious tracks in it. By the way, i am sure you are not blind and can see that Nigeria is still not as great as we want. So why aren’t you singing everyday about it like you said you expected me to keep doing about artists copying?

Every time I read about you on social media you are complaining and ranting. If your people around you wont tell you the truth i will.  You are begining to look like a sad, jelouse,washed up artist who can’t keep up with his fellow artists. Like you can’t make music anymore.

An example is the fact you claim you wrote certain songs @official2baba allegedly stole.
A grown man would hit the studio and record more of such songs like 2baba, myself, @soundsultan , the great @daddyshowkey , @realafricanchina and  @oritsefemi have been doing and prove to the world you wrote them. But you turn town crier at any opportunity you get in front of a camera. I dont want to believe that complaining on interviews and calling artists names is your only hold on relivance.

You should be smart enough to see that the media are manipulating you for content and turning you into a laughing stock. My brother you are too talented and too old for all this.
You are now a veteran upcoming artist bro. Putting my name in your interview was a wrong move.

So my sincere advice to you is face the fact that @official2baba is not your dad and owes you nothing. Let the man drink water and drop cup.If you had proof of your claims you would have gone to court all these years.

The fact that you are old in the game doesn’t make you an analyst.
Not every old man is wise and the even the wise ones know when and how to talk.
My brother if you hit the studios as much as you rant, I know one good song would have come out.

This is the last time I will talk to you on these matters.God bless.

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Timi Dakolo Moves On From Wife’s Rape Scandal?

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Timi Dakolo appears to have moved on from the mess of the rape scandal between his wife and Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.

Deciding to start the New Year on a positive note, the singer has been thinking more of his music career.

In a recent Twitter post, he unveiled his love for Hausa, adding that he would appreciate being taught the language to do a love song in the dialect.

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He tweeted: “Who is going to teach me the Hausa language, I want to write and sing a love song in Hausa. The language sweet.”

Soon after the tweet, his Hausa fans on the social media platform suggested a collaboration with Jeremiah Gyan, suggesting that a collaboration between the duo will be to a masterpiece.

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The ‘Let It Shine’ singer who has proven himself as a world-class vocalist dropping hits such as ‘Iyawo Mi’, ‘Great Nation among others has however been silent on the possibility.

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Lagos Government Refute Claims Of Destroying Fela, Awo’s Statue

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…We Hold Our Heroes In High Regard, Govt Insists

Lagos State Government has described as false, the news making the rounds in some quarters of the social media, claiming that it has destroyed the statues of Nigerian music legend and social crusader, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and the late politician, Chief Obafemi Awolowo – both erected at the roundabout on Allen Avenue in Ikeja.

Speaking to journalists on Thursday, the State’s Commissioner for Transportation, Dr. Frederic Oladeinde who debunked the social media story said contrary to the malicious claims being spread by ill informed individuals, the statues were removed for the purpose of development.

Oladeinde said the need to carry out Junction improvements in some identified locations necessitated the removal of street furniture, statues of very notable personalities, art works and billboards.

The Commissioner noted that Lagos State Government holds the nation’s heroes in very high esteem and would not do anything to bring down the exalted heights they have attained during their lifetime directly or indirectly.

He said: “the Babajide Sanwo-Olu administration, in a bid to finding a lasting solution to traffic gridlocks in the State, identified about sixty congestion points and have started work to improve traffic experience in five major locations.

Oladeinde said the government duly informed and consulted the Fela Anikulapo-Kuti family before the action was taken, noting that the whole process is for the benefit of Lagos residents.

The Commissioner said the Fela statue will be relocated to the roundabout between Allen Avenue and Opebi-Toyin Street.

“We are in the process of erecting the beautiful work of art, depicting Fela Anikulapo-Kuti at the Opebi-Toyin street junction. The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture is also working on a befitting location to erect the old Obafemi Awolowo statue,” he said.

 

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How I Became Special Adviser To Ben Ayade-Ubi Franklin

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Made Men Music Group boss, Ubi Franklin, has announced his appointment as Special Adviser on Tourism to Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade.

Ubi unveiled the appointment on Wednesday, January 15, via social media, adding that he was honoured “to be deemed fit” to serve in the position.

He also said: “More so, I am most delighted to be functioning in the tourism sector, one sector which is dear to my heart and one which I believe I fit into appropriately considering my background in the entertainment industry.

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“I thank God for His grace upon my life. I thank Governor Benedict Ayade for giving me this golden opportunity to serve. I thank my family, friends and well-wishers for all the support and encouragement.

“On behalf of myself and my family, I promise to work diligently and efficiently with all necessary stakeholders in ensuring that Cross River State returns to the summit of the world’s tourism index.”

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