Former Big Brother Naija housemate and second runner up of the Reality TV Show, Tokunbo Idowu better known as TBoss, has revealed that she doesn’t know why people so much hate her. According to the piercing fanatic, she also doesn’t care to know why.
Speaking in an interview at Cool FM’s studio, the former BBN housemate revealed that the “hatred” started from the house and also got to viewers at home. “I had no idea, it was after I came out of the house that I knew how hated I was.
“I think that hatred for me started from the house and it spread from the house outside.”
“I felt that some people didn’t like me in the house and I addressed that a few times. I came out and found out that many more people didn’t like me. I don’t seem to know why or care why” she said.
Nicki Minaj’s Brother, Jelani Maraj Sentenced To 25 Years In Prison For Raping His Stepdaughter
Nicki Minaj’s brother, Jelani Maraj has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for repeatedly raping his 11-year-old stepdaughter.
Jelani who was handed his jail sentence by Judge Robert McDonald in a New York court on Monday, January 27, was found guilty of predatory sexual assault against a child and endangering the welfare of a child.
Though Nicki Minaj’s brother repeatedly denied the allegations, claiming the story was concocted to extort his famous younger sister, his stepdaughter took the stand in a 2017 trial to narrate how he raped her in their Baldwin home while he was married to her mother.
He was sentenced to 25 years in prison, two years after a jury handed down the guilty verdict for the sexual abuse which began in 2015.
VIDEO: Angelique Kidjo Dedicates Grammy Award To Burna Boy
Legendary singer, Angelique Kidjo on Sunday night beat Burna Boy and a host of others to win the Best World Music Album at the 62nd Grammy Awards that held in Staples Center, Los Angeles.
Angelique Kidjo didn’t only just receive the award but graciously dedicated it to Burna Boy in recognition of the hard work the Nigerian artiste put in over the last year.
“This is for Burna Boy, [he] is among those young artists [who] came from Africa [who] are changing the way our continent is perceived, and the way African music has been the bed rock for every [type] of music,” she remarked.
Watch the video below:
Although Burna Boy did not win, Angelique Kidjo dedicated the Award to him!
— UCHEKUSH 🇳🇬 (@UcheofLagos) January 26, 2020
Burna Boy Loses Grammy Award To Angelique Kidjo
The hopes of thousands of Nigerian music fans for a second Grammy for the country this year have been dashed as Angelique Kidjo has beaten Burna Boy to the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary World Music Album.
Burna Boy had been nominated in the category for his acclaimed album ‘African Giant’.
Although he was up against seasoned Angelique Kidjo, Nathalie Joachim with Spektral Quartet, Bokanté & Metropole Orkest Conducted By Jules Buckley and, Altin Gün, many fans were certain this would be his year.
It wasn’t to be as the Recording Academy opted to hand Kidjo her fourth Best Contemporary World Music Album gong for her album “Celia”.
Congrats Best World Music Album winner – ‘Celia’ @angeliquekidjo
— Recording Academy / GRAMMYs (@RecordingAcad) January 26, 2020
A win for Burna would have made it the second time a Nigerian would be returning home with the Grammy plaque.
Best World Music Album Nominees
“Gece” — Altin Gün
“Celia” — Angelique Kidjo (Winner)
“What Heat” — Bokanté & Metropole Orkest; Jules Buckley
“African Giant” — Burna Boy
“Fanm D’ayiti” — Nathalie Joachim with Spektral Quartet