Davido Disappointed In Kogbagidi For Having Fun With Bobrisky

Nigerian Male Barbie, Bobrisky shared seductive video of himself twerking and having fun with Nigerian big boy Kogbagidi while being sprayed N500 notes.

While some of us are not surprised at the actions of Bobrisky and his male friend, Davido who apparently knows him personally, expressed his disappointment on snap.

Kogbagidi is said to be a popular show promoter. Kogbagidi in the video stri*ped to his boxers, and his manhood was “erected” while Bobrisky twerked on him.

In all these, Bobrisky should be rest assured that Davido see all his snaps, if not he’d not have seen this.

 

 

Davido In Money Palava Barely A Month After Making Half A Billion Naira

Davido might just have spent too much money than he thought he had with this latest development. Of recent the Nigerian music Star who had a very successful 2017 has been talking about been broke.

Recall that a few weeks ago he had hinted on social media that if he ever gets broke, he was going to follow his father’s steps in business.

Well we didn’t see that coming especially after the announcement he made about making half a billion from his show last year December.

This announcement however made him look like “big fish” to the Lagos state Government who dragged him to court over tax related issues.

Moving on to the latest gist, Omo Baba Olowo has threatened to expose all his debtors if they refused to pay up.

 

 

Davido Brings Good Fortune To Mohits

A few days ago, the defunct Mohitts group led by Don Jazzy and D’banj reunited at Davido’s 30 Billion concert in Lagos.

Their reunion made it the first time the full squad (Don Jazzy, Dbanj, Kayswitch, Ikechukwu, Wande Coal, Dr Sid and D’prince) will perform on stage since they broke up in 2012.

Their reunion has also had a ripple effect that catapulted their joint album ‘Curriculum Vitae’ that was released in 2006 to re-enter the Nigerian Apple Music Charts at number 33.

This definitely is the start of something good, especially for those whose music can’t seem to become hits ever again.

 

 

Davido Shows Respect To In-law, Dele Momodu

If you have no idea that there has been a never ending beef between Dele Momodu and Davido, then you shouldn’t read further.

In 2015 the musician had a fall out with veteran writer and Editor-In-Chief of Ovation Magazine, Dele Momodu.

This started after Davido had a child with Dele Momodu’s niece, Sophia which led to their long term beef and resulted in Davido calling out Dele Momodu in some of his songs.

The heavy weights finally buried their differences during this year’s Ovation Red Carol event that took place at the Eko Hotel and Suites on Sunday 17th December when Davido graced the stage.

Wizkid, Davido, Joshua Winners At Africa’s Future Awards

Wizkid, Davido, the undefeated heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, ace comedian, Kenny Blaq and Nancy Isime, emeged some of the winners at The Future Awards Africa 2017 held in Lagos on Saturday.

Below is the full list of all the winners and their profiles :

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Winner: Olamide Bada (27)

After qualifying as a British solicitor specializing in industry law across several platforms, she set about the task of helming the consolidation of startup businesses in Nigeria.

Bada has set the tone for Black Friday events in Nigeria, planning and organising the Jumia’s 2015 Black Friday giveaway. Her superb handling earned her strong praise and proved that she was relentless even in stressful situations.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR COMEDY

Winner: Otolorin Kehinde ‘Kenny Blaq’ Peter (25)

Kenny Blaq is unanimously regarded as Nigeria’s most in-demand comedian due to his sold-out shows globally.

His anecdotal style, peppered with excellent music, which Blaq performs himself, speaks to his discipline as an artist, his impeccable comedic timing and his respect for his audience, particularly the women therein. He proves there is a way to do comedy without resorting to grotesquery.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ART & CULTURE

Winner: Ayobami Adebayo (29)

Adebayo’s work has been reviewed by several publications such as Vogue, Guardian UK, The New York Times, The Financial Times, Essence, Guardian Life, Chicago Tribune, and The Wall Street Journal. She is the recipient of fellowships and support from institutions including Ox-Bow School of Art, Ledig House, Sinthian Cultural Institute and Hedgebrook.

With translation rights acquired in 13 countries and a loyal following, Adebayo has become a bright new voice for contemporary fiction out of Nigeria and voice for women everywhere.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR EDUCATION; ENDOWED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX

Winner: Samson Abioye (late)/ Oluyemi Oluwaseun Imole / Akanji Abayomi Gideon (26/29/23)

Pass.Ng, a web, desktop and mobile based CBT examination prep and testing platform created by Late Samson Abioye, Oluyemi Imole and Akanji Gideon has bridged the gap by addressing education through computer literacy.

Pass.ng originally started testing only for JAMB but several other tests have been added. As of August 2017, over 80 million tests have been taken on the platform. The exponential growth of the company attracted like Facebook, Wechat, Airtel, MTN and 9mobile in different capacities. In 2017, pass.ng helped 400 students from Makoko prepare for their exams and 230 of those students were successful in the UTME examination.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR JOURNALISM

Winner: Eromo Egbejule (27)

Eromo Egbejule has become somewhat synonymous with in-depth, exhaustive journalism in Nigeria, a feat in a country run over with copy and paste gossip bloggers regurgitating unverified gossip for a quick payout. He is unafraid to travel into the heart of conflict for a story but is just as much at ease chasing down the history behind illusive Nigerian vinyl records.

In 2016, his article “Streams of Fortune: How Indigenous Firms are Working to Make Music Streaming Mainstream in Nigeria” was nominated for the Maggie Eales Young Journalist Award at the 2015 CNN Africa Journalist Award, underlining just how much ground Egbejule had covered for 26 year old journalist operating primarily out of Nigeria.

THE EDWIN GEORGE PRIZE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY

Winner: Yagazie Eguare (30)

Her journey into photography started at The Future Enterprise Support Scheme (TFESS) and since then, her career into the photography industry is admirable. Since Eguare started professionally documenting weddings as a Wedding documentary and portrait photographer in 2013, she has grown exponentially, photographing 100 weddings in 200 plus weeks and rebranding to better suit her new image as an in-demand photographer.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ADVOCACY

Winner: Ayodeji Osowobi (27)

Speaking up on rape was somewhat a taboo until three years ago when Ayodeji decided to change the narrative and create a platform where victims of rape could speak up and receive help. Stand to End Rape Initiative, a not-for-profit organisation creating awareness and changing community perception on sexual violence and providing psycho-social support to victims.

With her personal funds, her organisation has assisted over 250 victims with medical, post-traumatic, legal aid and empowerment assistance. Stand to End Rape Initiative is undoubtedly the most recognised and significant youth arm working to advance end gender-based violence in Nigeria. Ayodeji has worked in over 40 communities across Nigeria speaking against FGM, rape, teenage pregnancy and working with stakeholders to end the scourge.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR NEW MEDIA

Winner: Femi ‘Kraks’ Bakre (24)

Along with his team, Kraks TV became both loved and vilified, but ultimately inescapable. Bakre seeks to replicate this incredible success in other new media platforms through a private diversification programme that sees the company move towards the app ecosystem.

In the last one year, Kraks TV has moved from just an online media platform, and grown into a Digital Marketing Agency, started our e-Radio, e-food channels and now have a full Ltd company with a growing workforce and clientele. Kraks has also established a UK arm in a bid to connect Africa and Europe through comedy.

FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ACTING

Winner: Sambasa Nzeribe (29)

Sambasa was a model while studying Creative arts at the University of Lagos, before he finally transitioned full time into acting. He made his debut in the multiple award-winning movie ‘A Mile from Home’, produced and directed by Eric Aghimien.

In 2016, he won the Best Supporting Actor AMVCA 2016; also winning Best Supporting Actor Nigeria Entertainment Award 2016 in New York, and in 2017 the prestigious AMVCA in the Best Actor Drama Movie/Series for his role in “Slow Country”.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE IN PUBLIC SERVICE

Winner: Dada Olabisi Mary (29)

Dada Olabisi Mary’s job as a nurse at the Catholic Charitas Foundation of Nigeria, St. Dominic Catholic Hospital Chapter has challenged this notion for her and proven to herself that there are depths of service that only true empathy can plumb.

Her work with expecting mothers has also proven challenging but rewarding and being able to offer early diagnosis to 55 women with history of hypertension and guide them towards safe deliveries one of the highlights of her year. Dada Olabisi Mary is a modern day Nightingale, and hopefully her bushel is never hidden.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR TECHNOLOGY

Winner: Chris Kwekowe (24)

In the years since KweKowe launched SlateCube the number of students who return to the platform eager to master the online courses have increased.

Kwekowe’s 3000 monthly visitors are only a start for him. His plan is to produce 1.2 million Africans whose education is greatly supplemented or provided as whole by Slatecube, and to that end the team has already organized up-skill conferences in Nairobi, Kenya and Gaborone, Botswana.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR AGRICULTURE

Winner: Adetola Adeleke (31)

Adetola Adeleke began the Green Fairy Farms in Epe in response to the dearth of technologically savvy farming practices and profitable agriculture in the Epe region. With Green House technology, the farm offers agropreneurs the ability to regulate the climate within their ‘glass’ houses and grow a variety of crops that otherwise would not thrive in certain climates.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR BEAUTY

Winner: Anita ‘Brows’ Adetoye (26)

Her time studying journalism in the University of Belfast and Media production at the Lewisham College provided her insight that she turned to her true passion, beauty. She was one of the first Nigerian beauty entrepreneur to properly harness the power of social media, turning to then new image sharing platform Instagram, to build a following.

She was one of the first Nigerian beauty entrepreneurs to champion a ‘signature’ style; her cutting edge approach to make up, specifically the often hard to pin-down on-trend brow, earned her the name Anita Brows and made her the go-to beauty expert for celebrities like Annie Idibia, Vimbai Muthinri and Stephanie Coker.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR FASHION AND DESIGN

Winner: Bisola ‘Ladybiba’ Adeniyi (25)

As a second generation designer introduced to the art by an aunt, Lady Biba started making clothes to fill a niche; the struggle to find work appropriate clothing that also flatters the silhouette of the weather while impressing her counterparts.

As a writer, he has taken her fashion related knowledge and her perseverance and shaken them up into a cocktail of success, and a brand that is basically scripture among young working women.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR MEDIA ENTERPRISE

Winner: Timilehin Bello (25)

Timilehin Bello’s company Media Panache Nigeria has a team of 10 PR experts and boasts a wide range of adulated clients both in the corporate and entertainment industry – some of the corporate clients include: Bank of Industry (BOI), Ribena, Billionaire Bet, The Velvet Expression, MTNF, St. Ives Hospital, Jumia Market, Jumia Food, WhoGoHost and Simplified Corporate Logistics.

In mid-January 2017, Timi’s company kicked off a campaign entitled ‘Inspire Youngsters’. The campaign was targeted at secondary schools in Lagos state and commenced with Christ the King International School situated at Gbagada; where a number of thought-provoking topics, including the appropriate use of social media were discussed by the CEO, Timilehin Bello.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE IN SPORTS

Winner: Anthony Joshua (28)

With roots in Sagamu, Lagos, Joshua’s family relocated and naturalised in the UK. Joshua began representing England as an amateur boxer competing in the super-heavyweight division and represented Britain at the 2012 Olympics where he won a gold medal.

In 2014 he went professional and began to compete in pro-boxing competitions, quickly rising up the ranks and winning the British regional heavyweight titles in 2015 and 2016. Joshua faced Charles Martin the world heavyweight champion on April 9th 2016, and won with a surprise knock out in the second round, making him the world heavyweight champion. He also beat world champion Vitaly Klitschko in a TKO, cementing his place as the world’s best active boxer. Joshua retired temporary in late 2016, before making a comeback in March 2017.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ON AIR PERSONALITY (VISUAL)

Winner: Nancy Isime (25)

Isime has quickly become one of the most readily recognizable faces on television, valued for her quick wit and her dexterity while drawing out her guests and getting them comfortable in front of a camera.

Such skills has become extra valuable when Isime has to work a camera either as an actress in one of the feature films she is attached to, or as an in-demand actress on the small screen.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR ON AIR PERSONALITY (AUDIO)

Winner: Tisan Jeremiah Bako (31)

Tisan Bako’s voice has become instantly recognizable to evening commuters who rely on him to provide them news, information, music and companionship as they return home from their diverse days and he has become so good at his job that he is often the only On-Air personality out of Northern Nigeria to be constantly rewarded for his excellent work as a presenter in National and International entertainment awards. He has been nominated thrice for the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit award in 2014 and 2015, winning once, and has been nominated for the Nigerian Entertainment Awards in 2015 and 2016 winning once as well.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR MUSIC

Winner: David ‘Davido’ Adeleke (25)

His first album “Omo Baba Olowo” quickly gained mainstream success and marked a significant turn in his career. In 2016, he became one of the new crop of Nigerian born musicians to sign lucrative record deals with international music labels.

Never one to be guided by fear, Davido cut ties with his label after a year and returned to Nigeria to rediscover his sound and audience in his old stomping grounds. His single “IF” catapulted him to realms of fame that no one thought possible and brought the international recognition he’d rejected the year before, but this time on this own terms.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR BUSINESS

Winner: Bisola Borha (31)

When she started her business Trendy Bee events in 2012, Borha had just left her position as an operational staff at Cotecna Destination Inspection. Working there had introduced her to the thrill of event planning and offered a network of vendors and associate industry professionals, a portfolio that came in handy when she established her own outfit.

In five short years, Borha’s Trendy Bee Elite Events has risen to become one of the most respected event management companies in the country managing events in Dubai, Vegas, London and Zanzibar.

THE FUTURE AWARDS AFRICA PRIZE FOR YOUNG PERSON OF THE YEAR

Winner: Ayodeji ‘Wizkid’ Balogun (27)

In 2016, Wizkid signed a major publishing deal with international music giant Sony RCA records, going further by recording the biggest song of 2016 alongside Canadian mega star Drake and Asian pop star Kyla. One Dance shattered billboard records and gave Wizkid his first Grammy nomination as well as several billboard awards.

Wizkid’s 2017 album under RCA records “Sounds from the Other Side” was well received by international music critics and charted favourably across the world. Building on that success he was recently nominated for Best International and Best African act at the 2017 Europe Music Awards, and he returned to Nigeria in November to receive the award for best male artist at the Africa wide Afrimma awards.

Davido Shades Wizkid Over Awards

The Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) dedicated to celebrate musical artistes for their contribution to the industry was held on Sunday 12th November.

Wizkid took home the highest number of awards, displacing his long time contemporary Davido. This has increased the none ending rivalry between the two.

Meanwhile, Davido won MTV Best Worldwide Act far away in London, the DMW Boss was lucky not to have been at the AFRIMA awards night, as he would have hidden his face in shame due to the 3 awards bagged by his worst competition Wizkid.

However Davido went online to thanks fans for their support asking “that one to keep his awards”. It is obvious this was for Wizkid and we trust that Daddy Yo who won the MTV Best Worldwide Act years ago to fire back his frog voiced rival.

 

Bobrisky Dumps Tunde Ednut For Davido

Nigerian SnapChat “Queen” has broken our hearts by dumping his sweetheart Tunde Endut for Davido. Bobrisky and Tunde Ednut would have won the best couple of the year had they remained in the relationship that kept us most entertained.

 

In the midst of so much drama between the duo, the climax was certainly when Bobrisky said the reason Tunde Ednut released unflattering images of him was because he had turned down his love advances.

 

Well it seems Bobrisky has moved on from Tunde and now has all the love for Davido. He announced on Snapchat that the ‘if’ hit maker is his new crush, while using his picture on his snap writing “My New Crush”

 

 

 

Davido Breaks silence, Releases Statement, CCTV Footage

Davido is probably going through one of the toughest times in his professional career as he was accused by actress Caroline Danjuma of killing a mutual friend Tagbo Umeike. He was still silent about the allegations when two of his friends were found dead in a garage at Banana Island, Lagos.

The Lagos State police command insinuated that they had a footage of Davido’s escort and another close friend, dropping the body of Tagbo in his car at the hospital, and that the Damiduro hit maker had been arrested.

This has forced the Nigerian music star to release a statement and also release CCTV footage at the club showing a very drunk Tagbo going into another vehicle from the singer.

He released an official statement, dissociating himself from the death of his close pal, Tagbo Umeike.

The singer, through his legal adviser, Norrison Quakers (SAN) said he was never arrested by the police, rather he made himself available for questioning.

Our client maintains that he has not in any way lied about what he knows about the unfortunate incident, neither has his statement to the police been incoherent as unfortunately being presented in the media,” the statement read.

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Davido releases CCTV from ShiSha lounge

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CCTV Reveals Davido Knows How Tagbo Died – Police Commissioner

Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Edgar Imohimi said on Wednesday that Nigerian music star, David Adeleke, aka Davido knew about the death of his friend, Umueke Tagbo.

Imohimi told journalists that Davido lied to the police that he did not know how Tagbo was taken to the Lagos General Hospital’s premises and died.

The Police Commissioner stated that Close Circuit Television (CCTV) footages from the hospital showed that Tagbo was brought in dead by Davido’s escort driver, Tunde Usutu and two of his friends, Agbeje Olaoye and Idris Busari, adding that his men abandoned the deceased inside his ash Toyota Camry LSD378EL on Davido’s directives.

He explained that on October 3, at about 9:20am, the Chief Security Officer (CSO) of General Hospital Lagos, Oparanti Moshood alerted the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Lion Building that an unidentified male was brought in dead (BID) in an Ash Toyota Camry Saloon car marked LSD378EL by two unidentified males.

According to him, the international passport found in the deceased’s car, the DPO gave his identity as Umueke Tagbo.

Afterwards, one Caroline Danjuma, an actress published that her boyfriend died in the company of Davido and friends.

“I called for a pre-investigation meeting in my conference room. In attendance were all parties including family, friends of the deceased; those of Davido; Caroline Danjuma; the DPO and investigating officers. The meeting confirmed that the deceased Tagbo Umueke on that day met and had drinks with friends at Shisha Bar amongst whom was Davido.

“The bar tender confirmed the deceased had as much as 40 tons of Tequila and exhibited signs of drunkenness. The CCTV footage also confirmed this. Davido had told the police he had left Shisha Bar for DNA Night Club in Victoria Island without the deceased and was only informed by mutual friends of his death while he was at DNA.

“However, investigation revealed that Davido’s white Toyota Hilux escort driver, Tunde Usutu, accompanied by one Agbeje Olaoye and one Idris Busari, both Davido’s friends, took the deceased to the General Hospital, Lagos and abandoned him in his vehicle on the instruction of Davido.

“ The CCTV footage at the hospital picked the escort vehicle and the entire activity. The vehicle was recovered from Davido’s residence at 7, Awoshika Street, Lekki Phase 1. This completely debunks Davido’s claim that he did not know how the deceased got to the General Hospital. The interim autopsy report stated that the victim died of Asphyxia.

“A case of sudden and unnatural death (SUD) was reported on October 7, at about 8pm by the CSO Banana Island, Ikoyi, to the DPO Ikoyi that two persons namely, Olugbemi Abiodun and Chime Amechina of Flat Bill, Ocean Parade, were found dead inside one white BMW Saloon car marked KJA631AY, at underground garage in the estate.

“Police operatives raced to the scene where the bodies of the victims were taken to LASUTH, Ikeja for joint medical examination to determine cause of death. Victims were found motionless and were confirmed dead by a medical doctor. Further search into the vehicle revealed that wrapped substances suspected to be weeds were recovered and might have been used by the victims,” he explained.

According to the Police Boss, liquid substances were found on their mouths and nostrils, adding that from investigation by policemen, there were no marks on their bodies.

According to him, the pathologist said there was need to carry out further investigation before concluding on the actual cause of the death.

He said the police still await the autopsy result.

‘Our Son Did Not Die of Drug Overdose’, DJ Olu’s Family Says

The family of late Olugbemiga Abiodun aka DJ Olu, has debunked rumour being peddling around by malicious elements that the popular disc jockey died as a result of drug overdose.

DJ Olu was found dead in his car alongside another young man, Chime Ameachi on Saturday, with speculation that he must have died of drug related attack.

In a statement released on Wednesday and signed by the deceased father’s Media and Public Affair, Prince Dapo Abiodun, Dennis Ogunaike, described those peddling the tales as devious elements who are been sponsored to malign the integrity of the family.

The statement however pleaded with the public to disregard drug insinuations saying that deceased is a well brought up man.

DJ Olu was a close associate of hip-hop musician, David Adeleke, aka Davido, while Chime was a member of Davido’s crew.

The family statement reads; “Our attention has been drawn to sections of the media peddling unfounded and unverified stories that the late Olugbemiga Abiodun, aka DJ Olu died of drug overdose.

“We wish to categorically inform members of the Public that this is out rightly untrue, unverified and malicious.

“These tales are being peddled by devious elements acting on the instructions of their paymasters to deliberately malign the integrity of the deceased, his family and his associates.

“ ‘DJ Olu’ as he is fondly called is a well brought up son of Prince Dapo Abiodun. He is a graduate of the prestigious University of Essex, in the United Kingdom and recently secured an admission to resume for his Masters’ Degree in Business Administration at Coventry University for the 2017/2018 Academic year.

“He is highly industrious and spent his time pursuing his dreams. He found his passion in Music, pursued same diligently as a ‘Disc Jockey’ and rose quickly to become a force to be reckoned with in the Nigerian Entertainment Industry to the envy of many. He equally had a large followership in the United Kingdom and the USA.

“He is the CEO of “DJ Olu Customs” a Car Supplies and Engineering Company with offices in Nigeria and the United Kingdom.

“That youths all over the world may be exuberant in their approach to life may not be over emphasized, but to collude with vicious individuals to make defamatory statements capable of preempting the outcome of the ongoing inquest into the exact cause of death is rather unprofessional, unfortunate and criminal punishable by law as defined under section 373 of the criminal code.

“The family of the deceased has already issued a statement confirming the tragic and regrettable demise of Olugbemiga urging members of the public to disregard these insinuations in sections of the media about the actual cause of his death stating that the official result of the autopsy conducted will be made available as soon as it is ready.

“Until then, we urge everyone to kindly continue to pray with the family and support them in every way possible.

Breaking: Autopsy Reveals Davido’s Friend Tagbo Died Of Suffocation

A recent development has revealed the result of the postmortem examination conducted on Umueke Tagbo, the late friend of the star artiste David Adeleke aka Davido revealed that he died of suffocation. This is contrary to the news that he died of too much of alcohol.

The Lagos State Acting Commissioner of Police, Edgar Imohimi, who confirmed the autopsy on Wednesday, stated that Tagbo was said to have taken 40 shots of Tequila at Shasha Bar in Lekki

He added that Davido had been reinvited for questioning.