Hip-hop musician, David Adeleke, a.k.a Davido, recently revealed that there is no money Osun State can make in the next 40 years that his father, Adedeji Adeleke, has not already made.
Fondly known as O.B.O (Omo Baba Olowo), Davido revealed that contrary to beliefs that he was away from the country to promote his music on the international scene, he had to leave the country for sometime due to the fillers he was getting that the government was after him.
The singer made this known at his album private listening event, Wednesday night, which held at Landmark Events, Victoria Island, where he disclosed that if he had chosen to stay things would not have gone smoothly for him as the government was beginning to track his activities.
The singer whose album, ‘A Good Time’, will be released in October while fielding questions from MTV Base TV host, Ehiz, said:
“With the whole politics thing it was first about family. Honestly, it was first about family. I was in Osun with my guys. We saw everything in plain sight. Let me tell you a story about my uncle. My uncle is the last born of the family. The original politician of the family is Serubawon, my father’s elder brother. He was the first governor of Osun State; came back then went for senate, you know when everybody in the state knows that this is the next governor and then we just woke up one day and they said he went to eat somewhere and he died. In Yoruba culture when somebody holds an office and he passes on, they either give the bride or the close relatives. The next in line is B-Red’s daddy and he is just a happy person.
He doesn’t like politics but when you lose your brother everybody knows what’s up. With that, they wanted to give my uncle automatically. A day to swearing him in as senator they said ‘no’, we want to do re-election; another guy has come up and my father doesn’t like problem so he said let’s go to the other party if we lose we pack our thing and go. The next day we did election my uncle cleared 16 out of 17 local government areas. He became a senator in just a week. His own journey to winning that governorship primary election was out of sight that was how we knew this was God.
It was painful and will tell everybody here that was the real reason I was not even in the country because of the politics. I have to watch what I say. If I was around it won’t be OK for me and my people. So, I had to be a man and stay away. We have Adeleke University, all the roads that lead there were done by my father. There’s no money Osun wants to make in the next 30 to 40 years that my father has not made. The way things turned out was crazy.”
Tonto Dikeh Speaks On Getting Pregnant Again
Controversial Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, has told her anonymous babe that it may just be the right time to get pregnant again.
Speaking in an Instagram post, she said childbirth took away all her impurities and as such she is very grateful for that.
Also, she added that she is now fighting a very stubborn pimple adding that it may just be wise to get pregnant now.
CHILD BIRTH TOOK AWAY ALL MY IMPURITIES, I WAS SUPER GRATEFUL FOR THAT..
NOW I’M BACK TO FIGHTING ONE VERY STUBBORN PIMPLE I THINK ITS TIME TO GET PREGNANT AGAIN
BABY ARE YOU READY?????
‘My B00bs Gets Me Much Attentions’ — Actress Peju Johnson
Endowed Nollywood actress, Peju Johnson has revealed her B**bs is the part of her body that gets her the most attention she needs, than other parts of her body, and she is never afraid to flaunt it.
Speaking to the Sun News, the light skinned actress who loves to flaunt her cleavages most of the time said her boobs gets great comments everywhere she goes, including social media.
“My boobs get me the most attention compared to other parts of my body because I get a lot of comment on them. However, I have never been sexually harassed on account of that except by guys who send images of their manhood to me on social media,” she said.
Rapper Juice Wrld Dies At 21 After ‘Suffering A Seizure’ At Airport
Popular Rapper Juice Wrld has died aged 21 after suffering a reported seizure at Chicago’s Midway airport Sunday morning.
The up and coming star was bleeding from the mouth when medics arrived, according to TMZ.
He is understood to have been conscious before being rushed to hospital, where he was declared dead.
A cause of death is not yet known.
Juice Wrld, real name Jarad A Higgins, is said to have fallen ill after landing into Chicago from California early Sunday morning.
He was walking through the airport when sources tell TMZ he suffered the seizure.
Juice Wrld had enjoyed hits with Lucid Dreams in 2018 and All Girls Are the Same.
He also featured on Travis Scott’s AstroWorld album.
His Juice Wrld stage name was said to have been inspired by the 1992 film, Juice, starring Tupac Shakur.
The rapper turned 21 only last week. On December 3 he tweeted his girlfriend Ally Lotti to say: ‘It’s us forever bb girl.’ He had earlier said he had had ‘one of the best birthdays ever.’
Following the news of his death fellow rapper Killy tweeted Sunday morning: ‘Rest In Peace Juice Wrld.’
Fans also paid tribute, calling him a ‘legend’ and ‘one of the most talented and influential artist of the generation’.
In October of this year rock band Yellowcard announced they were suing Juice WRLD for $15 million for copyright infringement.
They claimed he copied melodic elements of their 2006 song Holly Wood Died for his breakthrough 2018 single Lucid Dreams.
Lucid Dreams is actually structured prominently around a sample of Sting’s 1993 song Shape Of My Heart.
Source: Daily Mail UK