Nigerian singer, Burna Boy has been embroiled in an alleged relationship scuffle after he has been alleged to have snubbed his British rapper girlfriend, Stefflon Don for another American model.
Burna Boy, has been in a relationship with Stefflon Don since 2019, with the knowledge of the public after the two met in Ghana.
According to Instagram blogger Gistlovers, Delicia Cordon is the name of the new chic of Burna Boy and she is famed for having romantic encounters with practically most wealthy and famous person, including boxing champion Floyd Mayweather.
As it stands now, not much is known about the two if the rumorsIn will be proved in the future.
The blogger wrote: “Hello tueh tueh,Meet our latest catch, mama Na very popular £Scort wey don do all the rich rich famous people, may-weather sef Dey her list, Biko wetin go happen to Aunty steflon like this?? I come in peace oo, igi ewedu oni wo pawa ooo”
In other words, Davido has opened up on the things he felt on the inside when he was celebrated by his friends on his birthday with the outpouring of love.
Davido described how he reacted when donations from friends and colleagues began to pour in.
He made his submission when he appeared on the podcast with Temisan Emmanuel’s TeaWithTay latest edition.
He revealed that the N200 million gift request was not premeditated in any means, contrary to popular belief.
Davido said he was having a haircut on his balcony when he started asking his close friends to donate N1 million as a birthday present. Soon afterwards, he claimed that he duplicated the intended message for his buddies and placed it on Twitter, and the rest is history.
When the donations surpassed N60 million, Davido said he was “swamped.”
“How many Nigerians do you want to put in prison” – Jaruma reacts after she was arrested by Ned Nwoko (Video)
Popular aphrodisiac seller, Jaruma, has tackled billionaire businessman and politician, Ned Nwoko, after he got her arrested.
Abuja police acting on the order of Ned Nwoko and his 6th wife, Regina Daniels, arrested Jaruma on Friday, January 21st, 2021.
The Kanyamata seller who has regained her freedom, took to social media to tackle Ned and Regina.
She stated that Ned Nwoko is fond of intimidating people and silencing them with the police.
According to her, she was arrested for subsequently dragging Regina Daniels on social media over the N10 million she paid her to influence her products which was not well carried out.
She, therefore, asked how many Nigerian youths Ned want to put in prison.
Her words in part,
“I don’t understand how someone will abuse you and then you abuse the person back and the person will now use Nigerian police to bully and intimidate the person… You will take someone’s land they will complain you will send Nigerian police to put the person in prison… I paid 10 million nairas for a job that wasn’t done and I complained, boom, my own too land on my head…How many Nigerian youths do you want to be put in prison?”.
Watch the video below,
Don Jazzy Didn’t Want to Work With Me Last Year – D’Banj
The Nigerian artiste who goes by the affectionate moniker Kokomaster explained that Don Jazzy postponed the all important project to this year so they invest much time and quality into it.
When asked if there is any chance of him still collaborating with Don Jazzy, he responded;
“If we are paid big money. Somebody wanted to pay us last year (2021) but it was Don Jazzy that moved it. He won’t like that I said it was him but that is the truth. We are all connected in a group and they said we would do Mo’Hits Reunion but I was out of the country then.
But, Don Jazzy later said we should move it to 2022, so that we would do it bigger. So, it is Don Jazzy you should ask. We are (still) friends.”
He disclosed that in the meantime, he would drop new tracks while he waits for his project with Jazzy.
“Music is forever going to be in me. We grew up not having anybody to look up to but now in the industry, there are people to look up to. I won’t say music is not profitable. But, having the luxury lifestyle that one wants goes beyond music alone,” D’Banj said.