Catch the highlights of the latest episode of Big Brother Naija Pepper Dem Reunion Show.
Episode 10 of the ongoing Pepper Dem reunion show did not have the fireworks but what it missed in that section, it made up for with a long overdue moment.
In a not so surprising turn of event, show host, Ebuka introduced the past season's most controversial housemates- Mercy and Tacha.
As you may recall, the former housemates and their teeming fan base have made little to no attempt to hide that there is no love lost between them. But for good old Big Brother's sake, Mercy and Tacha tried to iron out their difference and the receipts will shock you!
Louisa Ejenavbo, a Graphics designer, is currently demanding payment for her designs which were used in 2019 box office king, 'Living In Bondage Breaking Free'.
In a trending Twitter thread, Ejenavbo revealed how she was contracted to work on production designs ranging from cult symbols to company logos, an Instagram page, blog page designs and custom license plates through an intermediary who was later sacked.
Davido's fiancee, Chioma Rowland has come out to react to the rumours of domestic violence in their relationship.
In a post shared via her Instagram page on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, the celebrity chef debunked all the rumours, insisting that there has never been any form of violence in their home.
"I know you guys absolutely love to spread all sorts of rumours and stories for your entertainment and I've known from Day 1 what to expect from blogs and the internet especially with myself and family being in the public space,' she wrote.
The graphics artist has since revealed that she has been contacted and compensated.
'Living In Bondage' sequel director, Ramsey Nouah has reacted to the recent production design theft allegations.
The first-time director took to his verified Instagram account on Wednesday to address the accusation, stating that he had been notified and that the issue bordered on miscommunication.
The airline had flown Naira Marley and his team to Abuja, where they performed at a concert in violation of the COVID-19 guidelines
Iwuajoku, in a letter dated June 15, 2020, and addressed to the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, apologised for the incident and claimed that he thought the aircraft was conveying a serving minister and his team.
He said he was shocked when he realised that it was Naira Marley and his team, who were conveyed by the aircraft.