The former Red Media partner and Future Awards Co-founder has died.
The sad incident happened on Friday, January 29, 2021.
The company she headed, AML Media, announced her death a few hours ago but her cause of death was not made known yet.
Emilia who was in her 30s, was a brand strategist and had worked with many brands, media and non-governmental establishment.
Emilia created AML Media 10 years ago after ending her partnership with Chude Jideonwo and Debola Williams of Red Media.
Mourning her, popular Nigerian poet cum performer, Wana Udobang wrote, “Emilia would spend the first 20mins of every conversation trying to convince me to become a nollywood actor, begging me that she would manage me and I would always laugh it off. We will miss you dearly Emilia Asim Ita.”
The challenge features women strip dancing to Doja Cat‘s 2019 song, Streets under red lights permitting viewers to see the silhouettes of their unclad bodied.
Some men, especially young men, are going absolutely nuts over it and some have joined the seductive challenge, while others featured their partners.
Nigerian reality star, Mercy Eke also joined the fray; and posted a video of her challenge on her social media pages.
However, via her verified Instagram page, Mercy Chinwo urged women to carry themselves with dignity and not follow every trend online like the Silhouette challenge.
Babatunde Bello aka DJ Babus, who is a popular Lagos based DJ has died of COVID-19 complications.
DJ Babus, died on Friday after a protracted battle with the disease.
The deceased was once Talent Manager at KnightHouse, The Creative Entertainment Company where popular acts like Mo Cheddah, Phenom rose to stardom.
DJ Babus graduated from the University of Baltimore in the United States in 2010 where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems and Technology Management.
He worked as Resident DJ at Four Points by Sheraton, Lagos between 2014 and 2015 and later Resident DJ at RSVP Restaurant and Lounge. He founded his own company known as Crates and Vinyl Entertainment.
The entertainer recently...
Paul Okoye, Aka Rudeboy, who is one part of defunct Music group, Psquare has shared never been told story of how the one time popular music group crashed.
The group which broke up some years ago, according to Rudeboy has been having issues for a very long time, even before Psquare was formed.
According to what he told Saturday Beats, “I actually started my career as a solo artiste and I had recorded quite a number of songs. My twin brother (Peter) also had a dance group which I was part of before but left after some time. He (Peter) was brought in (to form P-Square) to create a unique group that would be different from other groups in existence. I was singing while he would dance, and it was the idea of our elder...