Ghanaian dancehall singer, Shatta Wale has revealed that he will kiss Jay-Z and polish his shoes if he ever meets him.
The singer who recently appeared on Beyonce’s The Lion King: The Gift album also spoke on how he got the gig. According to him, he use to sample her work in the past.
“I have used her beats for some of my songs and I listen to her a lot…. The day I will meet Beyonce Ghana will not sleep for like two days, I will make noise all over the place.
He went on to reveal how he will express his excitement when he meets Jay-Z.
“As for her husband Jay Z I will kiss him when I meet him and probably polish his shoes… Ghanaians Should wait and see what would happen When I Join Beyonce on her World Tour”.
Shatta Wale has been in the kissing game for long. Just this year, he missed fellow Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy, during the squashing of the beef between them.
Mr. Eazi has complained on how expensive data is in Nigeria when compared to what it is in the United States of America. The singer made this known while speaking during a radio station interview.
In the interview, Mr Eazi revealed that in his apartment in London, he uses an unlimited data. While in Nigeria he only uses 10GB or 20GB.
One of the interviewers asked saying " why is it so expensive, is it because they only want certain people on it?"
Eazi responded, "i think that's going to far, i think it is just business, because they can." The interviewer responded, "but they are tripping people off. Like.. people don't have money and we are going to steal from them."...
The Coalition of Northern Group, CNG, has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari will be held responsible of Fulani herdsmen suffer any attack in Southern Nigeria.
This was after President Buhari assured Fulani herdsmen of their safety saying they have the right to move freely in any part of the country.
Welcoming the president's assurance, the group's spokesman, Abdul-Aziz Suleman stated that they still have not forgotten the fact that the lives of herdsmen in the south are at stake.
“CNG wholeheartedly welcomes the assurance given by Mr. President and his government to protect and guarantee the safety of all Nigerians anywhere they are including the threatened herdsmen in the South.
“We, however, wish to remind Mr. President and the government that Northerners...
Some angry Nigerians are attacking award winning Nigerian singer, Tuface Idibia, after he endorsed a provoking post criticising the bible.
The drama started when Ikhide Ikheloa, popularly known as Pa Ikhide, criticized Africans for still believing in the Bible and the 'White man's God.'
The literary critic said the Bible "is a great work of fiction" and "a tool of oppression created by feuding brothers to oppress women, children, and the vulnerable."
Taking to his Instagram page, 2face shared a screenshot of the post and then wrote: 'Africa Wake up#openyourmind #openyoureyes #ONELOVERELIGION Emancipate yourself from mental slavery.'