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“I Only Cry When I Think Of Gambo” – Burna Boy

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Grammy Award Winner, Burna Boy made Twitter users teary and emotional following his tweet.

The talented artist took to Twitter to reveal the special someone that always makes him cry. According to Burna, he only cries when he thinks about his late best friend, Gabriel Serenkuma ‘Gambo’ or his tweets.

“No Love I Only cry when I think about Gambo or look at his Last tweets”

 

Burna boy never seizes to forget Gambo as he always tweets and sings about Gambo, who died in 2015.

Losing someone is always difficult to handle and some of Burna’s followers could relate to his pain.

Here are some of their reactions

 

 

 

 

 

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Lyta’s Baby Mama, Kemi Drags His Manager, Shigh, Shares Full Details Why Olamide Dropped Lyta

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Lyta’s Baby Mama, Kemi has returned with a new episode of ‘Dragging Lyta’ and her guest appearance this week is his manager, Shigh (Seyi)

As usual, Kemi kindly took her followers down memory lane as she recounted how Lyta cried to her on various occasions about his struggling career and the part his manager played in it.

According to Kemi, Seyi hindered Lyta’s progress and made him miss dope opportunities that would have skyrocketed his Success 4 years ago.

She disclosed that Shigh is the main reason why YBNL boss, Olamide dropped Lyta in 2018 and Duro Music refused to sign him too because of Shigh.

She aggressively dragged Shigh for always shamming Lyta and allegedly bullying him to do what she wants. She added that Shigh threatened Lyta when he told Shigh that he wanted to drop her and get another her manager.

According to Kemi, Shigh told Lyta that he will never make it in the music industry without her help especially after her role in Naira Marley signing him in 2020.

She sent a direct message to her baby daddy, that though she still hates him, but she will stand up and fight his battles for him.

See her posts below

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Azealia Banks Calls Nicki Minaj “Fat, Tolerable With A Percocet Addiction”

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As popular as Nicki Minaj is in the music industry, she also has her fair share of haters who would stop at nothing to drag her all the way down, and it appears one of them is her colleague, Azealia Banks.

Azealia Banks has a history of criticizing several rappers over the years, as she has gone after the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, and other highly successful women in the music industry.

However, Azealia has always made it a personal mission to criticize Nicki, in particular, are there are no clear indications as to why this is.

The American rapper recently commented on a Tweet that suggested that she could have been a contemporary version of Nicki Minaj. She then slammed Nicki Minaj, stating that she would much rather be free of drugs and unhinged.

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Nicki is yet to respond to any of these, but Banks’ comment has sure sprung a gazillion reactions from fans of the rap Queen.

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Top Nollywood actor Benjamin Joseph, Us-based singer Nana Adwoa to release new song (I will praise)

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Top Nollywood actor Benjamin Joseph, Us-based singer Nana Adwoa to release new song (I will praise)

One of Nigeria’s finest and Multi award-winning actor, Singer, voice over artist and television presenter, Joseph Benjamin set to release his long awaited audio track ‘I will praise’. He described the song as ‘a direct call to heaven through praise’ and was recorded in collaboration with US-based gospel Minister, Nana Adwoa.

Joseph has long sourced for fame through entertainment right from an early age. He, however, kicked off his career officially as an actor by taking on a role in the movie titled, “Crossroads” in 1995. Shortly after, he began to pursue a full-time career in modeling and acting for television commercials in the print ads industry of Nigeria.

His quest to assert a full presence in the entertainment industry led him to begin venturing into other dimensions. He took the role of the (“Banker”) in the popular TV show (“Deal or No Deal”). While working on the show, his desire to express himself only intensified as his love for music began to develop.

He has so far, enjoyed a successful career winning several local and international awards alongside other recognitions.

His love for music and passion for God has seen him stand for truth and also express it through his morally driven lifestyle and music. He debuted his music in 2016, with two singles. So in Love (A song that expresses his love for God)Joy (A song of encouragement and hope) His Most recent single ‘I pour my love on you’ is currently making waves across the nation.

While reminiscing on the inspiration behind the song, he said:’ I got this song in the heat of the pandemic. I thought about a song that will be a source of encouragement and also a praise to God for what he has done. So when this came, I immediately knew this was it and I also wanted it to be a collaboration”.

On his collaboration with talented Ghanaian Us-based singer, Nana Adwoa, he added, ‘I wanted to do something a little different from just being specifically Nigerian. I wanted a song that will appeal to not just Nigerians. Moreso, I am very connected to the Ghanaian Community, my wife is Ghanaian. Nigerians also share almost similar values and sound in music with Ghanaians. So it just sat right in a good place to make it somewhat of a West African collaboration”.

Benjamin added much of his talent to this new single and will be hoping to inspire his loving fans across Africa and the world when it drops on 11th June on all online music stores, distributed by Prime Music partners.

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