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Police frees Naira Marley, Sam Larry after meeting bail conditions



The Lagos State Police Command on Friday released singer Azeez Fashola popularly known as Naira Marley and Balogun Samson known as Sam Larry after the duo met their bail conditions.

This was made known by the state Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin on Friday in a terse statement saying, “Naira Marley and Sammy Larry, having met their bail conditions, have been released.”

Hundeyin, a Superintendent of Police, made this known on Friday afternoon after the artiste and the socialite perfected their bail conditions granted by a Lagos State Magistrates’ Court.

The magistrate, on Monday, November 6 granted the duo bail in the sum of N20m with three responsible duties.

“As part of the bail conditions, the defendants are to surrender their passports and make weekly appearances at the State Criminal Investigation Department,” the court ruled.

They were arrested as part of an investigation into Mohbad’s death after videos of assault against the late singer surfaced online.


WurlD reveals why he gave Davido his song ‘Blow My Mind’




Sadiq Onifade, the Nigerian singer better known as WurlD, has revealed why he gave the song ‘Blow My Mind’ to Davido.

In a recent interview with Ghana’s 3Music TV, Wurld said he initially intended to keep the song for himself but later decided to pass it on to Davido due to time constraints.

He said he was busy promoting ‘Love Is Contagious’, his second extended play (EP), and could not find suitable features for the track.

Wurld also expressed excitement with the success of the collaboration between Davido and Chris Brown, the US singer.

“It was not planned. I was in Lagos promoting my project, ‘Love Is Contagious’,” he said.

“It was even one of those things I did not plan for because I was going to use the song myself.

“I wanted to get some features on the record, but I was promoting a new project, and I did not have time.

“I did not have a use for ‘Blow My Mind’ at that time. Davido and Chris Brown, it is just a beautiful thing to lend my art with another artiste and at the same time see how well the song is done.”

Released in 2019, ‘Blow My Mind’ appeared as the 15th track on ‘A Good Time’, Davido’s second studio album.

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Mr Real reveals why he declined Davido’s offer to fund ‘Legbegbe’ video




Mr Real, the Nigerian singer, has revealed why he rejected Davido’s offer to fund the video shoot for his hit track ‘Legbegbe’.

In a recent episode of the Terms and Conditions podcast, Mr Real said Idowest, his colleague, fabricated stories about him to 30BG, Davido’s crew.

He said Idowest and Obadice, another colleague, visited him at a hotel and told him that Davido was interested in funding their music video.

He added that he had to turn down the offer because he suspected they had “ulterior motives”.

“This guy [Idowest] has gone to 30BG and said something I did not say,” he said in a mixture of pidgin and English.

“Do you know how I found out? That time I was looking for funds for video for ‘Legbegbe’. He and Obadice came that day I was in a hotel and said Davido wanted to shoot ‘Legbegbe’ video for us.

“After they come to talk, I come talk say I no want make anybody shoot the video for me. Say me I dey find money to shoot video and I go soon shoot the video. And the reason why was because I had already seen the green snake, I had already seen the whole thing he was doing.

“On a norm, how Davido go say he want shoot video for me I no go accept? But as a soji guy, me I come look am say una wey wan dey run me street already, una wan come complete am with the video thing wey be say na only one scene I go show.”

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‘You didn’t promote my album but shared fake news of my death’ — Oladips slams Tunde Ednut




Oladips, the rapper, has called out Tunde Ednut, the celebrity blogger, for posting fake news about his death — despite refusing to promote ‘Superhero Adugbo’, his latest album.

On November 15, Oladips’ management announced that the rapper had passed away.

The management also released the rapper’s 17-track album.

Shortly after, there were however rumours suggesting that the rapper had faked his death to gain clout.

On November 23, the rapper also shared a “proof of life” video on his Instagram page.

But in a now-viral video, Oladips said he messaged Ednut to inquire about the process of promoting his album.

The rapper said he was willing to pay a reasonable fee.

Oladips said Ednut did not reply to his WhatsApp messages. He added that he was surprised when he noticed the blogger posted fake news about his death.

“I just want to talk about something that happened yesterday,” he said.

“I messaged Tunde Ednut on WhatsApp yesterday that I wanted to promote my album, and he should give me a reasonable price. I did not hear from him again and we were talking before. When it got to that part (music promotion), he did not say anything.

“But when they said I died for three days you posted it for free…

“You can use me for likes and comments and whatever you want to use me for, post my album too.”

Abdulrasheed Opeyemi, the personal assistant of Oladips, recently claimed the rapper was dead for three days.

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Bodex F. Hungbo, SPMIIM is a multiple award-winning Nigerian Digital Media Practitioner, Digital Strategist, PR consultant, Brand and Event Expert, Tv Presenter, Tier-A Blogger/Influencer, and a top cobbler in Nigeria.

She has widespread experiences across different professions and skills, which includes experiences in; Marketing, Media, Broadcasting, Brand and Event Management, Administration and Management with prior stints at MTN, NAPIMS-NNPC, GLOBAL FLEET OIL AND GAS, LTV, Silverbird and a host of others

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