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This Life Has No Manual’- Olamide Urges Kogbagidi To Forgive As Portable Tenders Apology

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This comes after Kogbagidi reportedly threw Portable out of his house for calling out dancer, Poco Lee and accused him of theft, an act he condemned as he described it as ‘unruly and professional’.

Olamide jumped into the issue and pleaded with Kogbagidi to forgive Portable as he pointed out that life does not have a manual.

Reacting on Instagram, Olamide wrote: “Kogbagidi this life no get manual as we de live na so we learn. Forgive am.”

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Captured by Kemi Filani news, Portable had on Tuesday accused Pocolee of collecting some of the money given to him by singer Wizkid during his performance at the Livespot X Festival on Sunday, December 19.

Olamide was the one that showed me to the world, international almighty promoter, Wizkid blessed me, three thousand dollars was what Wizkid used to bless me, Pocolee was the one who picked the money, he is a dancer o, we were both dancing, I was singing and dancing he was dancing too, he was the one that picked the money, now where is my money, out of three thousand dollars, it was 100 dollar I was sprayed, out of 3thousand dollars he gave me only 6 hundred dollars,” he said in parts.

In his apology, Portable said: “My sincere apologies goes out to my benefactors @olamide @poco_lee and @kogbagidi . I am in the learning process , I know better now . Kindly forgive me and pardon the street in me . Much love and appreciation to all my fans , words cannot express my feelings right now . Thanks for the intervention and words of comfort. Now I know am not in this journey alone . Love you guys . I will never let you down again. Expect more from your boy . Zeh nation”.

Source:NaijaOnPoint.com.ng

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“How many Nigerians do you want to put in prison” – Jaruma reacts after she was arrested by Ned Nwoko (Video)

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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.

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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,

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“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?”.

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Don Jazzy Didn’t Want to Work With Me Last Year – D’Banj

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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.

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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.

SOURCE: www.NaijaOnPoint.com.ng

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