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FG to turn Fela’s Ancestral Home to Museum

The Federal Government has revealed plans to turn the ancestral home of afrobeat legend and activist Fela Anikulapo-Kuti into a museum. The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, said this while visiting the musician’s ancestral home in Ogun State, along with Governor Ibikunle Amosun, Punch reports. Mohammed said Fela will …

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Guatemala’s Hector Trujillo Sentenced To Eight Months In Prison

A former judge who led Guatemala’s football federation has become the first person sentenced in the U.S. in the FIFA world football corruption scandal, getting eight months in prison. Hector Trujillo, 63, was sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Brooklyn. He had pleaded guilty to wire fraud and conspiracy in …

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2 Chainz Announces New Album

 2 Chainz has revealed he’s gearing up to drop a new album just four months after releasing his last full-length LP. The ATL veteran took to Instagram on Tuesday morning (October 24) to reveal that the yet-untitled project is on its way. In June, 2 Chainz released his fourth studio album, Pretty Girls …

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West Brom’s Craig Dawson out for two months with knee injury

West Bromwich Albion defender Craig Dawson will miss up to eight weeks of action but does not require surgery for a knee injury sustained in the team’s 1-0 loss at Southampton last week, the club said on Thursday. The 27-year-old was substituted two minutes from time at St Mary’s Stadium …

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Eminem Wins “Lose Yourself” Lawsuit Over New Zealand Political Ad Ripoff

Eminem and his publisher Eight Mile Style have found a favorable outcome in their copyright infringement case against the New Zealand National Party. According to ABC, a court has found that a song used by the New Zealand National Party (titled “Eminem Esque”) as part of its 2014 election campaign was similar enough …

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Rangers sack manager Pedro Caixinha after seven months in charge

Rangers have sacked manager Pedro Caixinha following the 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock at Ibrox on Wednesday, a result that leaves them eight points behind Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic. Caixinha was appointed in March and won 14 of his 26 games. He was dismissed after the Ibrox club’s board held an …

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Ne-Yo and Wife Announce They Are Expecting Their 2nd Child

R&B star Ne-Yo and wife Crystal Smith are expecting their second child. The couple – who already have one-year-old son Shaffer Jr. – announced the exciting news on Instagram on Wednesday, each posting a cute photo of themselves cuddling up. The caption read: ‘Guess who’s having another baby?’ in big …

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Suge Knight Reportedly Drops Lawsuit Against Chris Brown

Although former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight is currently awaiting trial on murder charges, up until this week, the one-time music exec was still waging a separate legal war with Chris Brown. Knight filed a lawsuit against Brown in 2016, years after a club shooting in 2014 that led to him getting shot …

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Oritsefemi Is Getting Married In November; Announces Price Of Aseobi

MSN Gang henchman and Double Wahala singer, Oritsefemi has announced that he would be officially tying the knot come November 25th, 2017. The singer took to his gram page to share with photo of himself and his fiancée,Nabila tagging it; It’s #ON 25 November, 2017. Oritsefemi & Nabila will be having …

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Rock and roll legend ‘Fats Domino’ dies aged 89

Fats Domino, one of the most influential rock and roll performers of the 1950s and 60s, has died aged 89. The American rock and roll artist was best known for his songs Ain’t That A Shame and Blueberry Hill. The New Orleans singer sold more than 65 million records, outselling …

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