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Popular Rapper – We #EndSARS Shall Return After The Curfew

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Popular Nigerian Rapper-We Shall Return After The Curfew

Popular Nigerian rapper and activist, Folarin Falana professionally known by his music name as Falz has assured the Lagos State government that the peaceful #EndSARS protest will resume after the curfew is lifted.

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He said this in reaction to the curfew imposed on the Lagos State by the State Governor, Bababjide Sanwo-Olu that starts from 4pm on October 20.

Falz took to Twitter to speak about protesters resolve to bounce back after the curfew is over and lambasted the government for using certain strategies to discount the protesters demands.

According to him, the peaceful #EndSARS protest will bounce back as this is just half time and he said this in a video and in a tweet.

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Desmond Ovbiagele’s ‘The Milkmaid’ Emerges as Nigeria’s Official Oscar Submission for 2021

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Nigeria's Official Selection Committee (For the Academy Awards® IFF Submissions) has confirmed Desmond Ovbiagele's 'The Milkmaid' as Nigeria's official 2021 submission.

Nigeria’s Official Selection Committee (For the Academy Awards® IFF Submissions) has confirmed Desmond Ovbiagele’s ‘The Milkmaid’ as Nigeria’s official 2021 submission.

The selection committee confirmed this on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 while revealing that it beat three other films in the final voting stage.

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Contending films include ‘Ibi’ (The Birth), ‘Voiceless’, ‘Eyimofe’, ‘Sanitation Day’ and the Mo Abudu produced ‘Oloture’.

‘The Milkmaid’ explores the harsh reality of insurgency in Northern Nigeria using the story of two Fulani sisters, Aisha and Zainab who get kidnapped by insurgents. It stars Anthonieta Kalunta, Maryam Booth, and Gambo Usman Kona.

Already a trendsetter, ‘The Milkmaid’ has eight nominations at this year’s Africa Movie Academy Awards including the Best film category.

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Popular Twitter influencer, Motaraa shared a video of her mocking a child

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Popular Twitter influencer, Motaraa shared a video of her mocking a child who was begging her for money for food.

The influencer was seen in the video mocking the child with the drink she was sipping and this caused many to call her out.

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As a result of the video she posted, she has lost her endorsement with Brothers keeper, the maker of the fearless energy drink she held in the video.
The drink company released a statement to inform the public that she was no longer a member of the company and would not continue as their Public Relations Officer(PRO) as what she did was ‘dehumanizing and degrading’.
She has since apologized for her actions.

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Drake: Grammys are losing their relevance

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Drake Is The Latest Artist To Question The Relevance The Grammys’

The popular Canadian pop star, Drake openly supports his colleague, The Weeknd over his comment about the Grammy Awards.

Drake posted a message of support for The Weeknd on his Instagram story.

Drake’s message came after The Weeknd alleges that “the Grammys remain corrupt” after getting shut out of 2021 Grammy nominations that were announced on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, The Weeknd tweeted, “The Grammys remain corrupt. You owe me, my fans and the industry transparency.”

Drake wrote, “I think we should stop allowing ourselves to be shocked every year by the disconnect between impactful music and these awards and just accept that what once was the highest form of recognition may no longer matter to the artists that exist now and the ones that come after. It’s like a relative you keep expecting to fix up but they just can’t change their ways,”.

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The pop star emphasized that he was among many music fans who expected The Weeknd’s colossal 2020 album, After Hours, which featured songs like, “Heartless” and “Blinding Lights,” to be a major awards contender.

In his (Drake) post, some artists who were ignored by the Academy, like Popcaan, Lil Baby, the late Pop and PartyNextDoor Smoke were tagged. Drake also added, “Too many missing names to even name,”.

Drake’s message was reposted by The Weeknd, Nicki Minaj and others on their own Instagram pages. Nicki had also shared her own frustrations about the Grammys this week.

The Recording Academy interim president and CEO Harvey Mason Jr. released a statement later that day in response to The Weeknd’s remarks.

 

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