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Seun Kuti reveals reason he didn’t perform at 2019 Grammys

SeunkutiAfrobeat singer, Seun Kuti, on Monday, revealed why he didn’t perform at the 2019 Grammy Awards, which held on Sunday night.

On his Instagram handle, he shared a video of himself on the Grammys red carpet and said that he had a “ticket mix-up”, which meant, he missed his flight and was unable to rehearse, hence, his non-perfomance at the show as earlier announced.

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Seyi Hunter’s bombshell! I quit acting to learn about sex

Seyi HunterActress and Vlogger, Seyi Hunter, has said she took a break from the movie industry because she wanted to learn more about sex. She told Sunday Scoop, “I took a break from my movie career last year to learn more about sex education and therapy. I did some courses on Sex Education and Human Sexuality to make me a certified sex educator. However, I just produced a movie titled, The Return. I’m also currently working on another production and I have scripts lined up from other filmmakers. So, it’s already a busy year.”

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Tiwa Savage at 39: Anxiety over singer's silence on social media

Tiwa SavageFans of Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, have expressed concern over her sudden silence on social media as they wished her happy birthday.
The award winning singer, who turned 39 on Tuesday, last posted on social media in December last year, after a show in Calabar.
Some fans took to twitter to show their concern and wish her a happy birthday while others wondered why her industry friend, Wizkid, had not wished her well on his social platforms.

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Davido's 'Fall' is the longest-charting Nigerian single in Billboard history

Davido 300x187'Fall', the 2017 hit track of David 'Davido' Adeleke has become the longest-charting Nigerian single in Billboard history.
Billboard charts is a platform which tabulates the relative weekly popularity of songs and albums in the United States and elsewhere.
The song made its Billboard debut in 2018 and recently made history as the first-ever African music video to reach 100 million views on YouTube.

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