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‘I grew up looking up to Nigerian rappers’ – Nasty C

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Nasty C, the renowned South African hip-hop artist, whose real name is Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, has shared that he drew inspiration from a diverse array of rap artists, including many from Nigeria and the Ghanaian talent, Sarkodie. He also acknowledged the influence of fellow South African rap icons like the late AKA and Cassper Nyovest.

During a podcast interview with Afrozons, the 26-year-old artist mentioned, “My influences in African hip-hop, in no particular order, include M.I, Sarkodie, Olamide, Phyno, AKA, Cassper Nyovest, Naeto C… There are so many.”

Nasty C, often referred to as the “Coolest Kid in Africa,” has achieved significant commercial success in the rap scene on the continent. His collaborations with various Nigerian artists, such as Burna Boy, Runtown, and Davido, have further solidified his standing in the industry.

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Naira Abuse: If you’ve video of me spraying money, forgive me – Portable begs EFCC

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Controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola, aka Portable, has pleaded with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to forgive him if they have any evidence against him abusing the Naira.

He said it was never his intention to mutilate the Naira, stressing that he only sprays money to help the masses.

Speaking in a recent Instagram live session, Portable noted that he respects constituted authority.

He said, “After God na government. I’m not mutilating the naira. I only help a lot of people. If you see me spraying money please forgive me.”

DAILY POST reports that the EFCC is set to arraign popular socialite, Pascal Okechukwu, aka Cubana Chief Priest for Naira abuse, days after crossdresser Bobrisky was sent to prison for similar offence.

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‘Junior Pope was provided life jacket but rejected it because it was dirty’ – Movie producer, Adanma Luke

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Adanma Luke, the producer of the movie Junior Pope was shooting before he drowned has claimed that the later actor was given a life jacket but rejected it.

DAILY POST reports that Luke has been under heavy fire following the death of actor Junior Pope and three others after their boat capsized on the Anam River in Anambra State while returning from the location of her movie, ‘The Other Side Of Life.’

Breaking her silence since the incident, Luke Adanma claimed that Junior Pope was provided with a life jacket but rejected it because it was dirty.

Speaking in a video message shared via her Instagram account, she said: “My director was on life jacket, Emeka the DOP was also on life jacket. There was still one life jacket available, I don’t know who took it.

“My producer manager said they saw life jackets hanging and they took them. He said he even asked the late Friday to take one to Junior Pope but Junior Pope said it was dirty so he didn’t take it.

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“Those with life jackets survived the boat mishap. And they also told me that when they were in the water trying to survive, Junior Pope was also there asking, ‘Is everybody okay? Hope everybody is fine?’ They said they even threw a gallon to him to use and hold himself which he was holding but all of a sudden they didn’t see him again.

“It was when they came out that they noticed that he was no longer there. They said divers came and reduced some of them while other divers were still there trying to rescue others.

“I said what could have caused this accident? They said they don’t know but TC was standing on the speed boat rigging bell.”

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Movie producer, Adanma Luke says life jacket was provided for Junior Pope and others.

So why didn’t they use it? pic.twitter.com/q4w63eqVIH

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— Dami’ Adenuga (@DAMIADENUGA) April 13, 2024

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BREAKING: Bobrisky Sentenced To Six Months Imprisonment

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Idris Olanrewaju Okuneye, also known as Bobrisky, a well-known cross-dresser, has been handed a six-month prison sentence without the possibility of paying a fine. This verdict comes after Bobrisky was brought before the Federal High Court in Lagos by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on charges related to the misuse of the Nigerian currency.

Bobrisky admitted guilt to the first four charges concerning Naira misuse, while the remaining charges, related to money laundering, were dismissed by the EFCC’s request.

However, Justice Abimbola Awogboro, in a ruling delivered today, April 12th, 2024, sentenced Bobrisky to six months in a correctional facility, with no option for fine.

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