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Adrien Broner vs Manny Pacquiao Announced For January

Manny Pacquiao will make his return to the United States this January to defend his secondary welterweight world title against Adrien Broner. The fight has been rumored since last month but today it was formally announced at a news conference in New York, that Pacquiao vs Broner will take place on January 19 …

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Philippe Coutinho returns to Barcelona training ahead of Atletico Madrid clash

Barcelona confirmed on Tuesday that Philippe Coutinho has returned to training ahead of Saturday’s clash with Atletico Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano. The Brazilian has been out of action with a thigh problem and hasn’t featured since the 1-1 draw with Inter Milan in the Champions League. Coutinho was originally ruled out …

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Taylor Swift’s Signs With Universal, Changes The Way All Artists Get Paid

Taylor Swift announced today that she would be signing a multi-year deal with Universal Music Group, which means a departure from Big Machine, who has represented her since 2006 when she first came out with music. The move in itself is not that remarkable but for the fact that Swift is …

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6ix9ine reportedly Denied Bail After Offering To Surrender His Passport & $1 Million

In his short career, Tekashi 6ix9ine has swivelled himself out of many potentially harmful situations. His legal past is troubling and he’s also been targeted by kidnappers and robbers before narrowly making his way out. After his most recent arrest, he’s pretty much neck-high in hot water as he attempts to do all …

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UI International School Shut Down Indefinitely As Hijab Controversy Deepens

The University of Ibadan International School has been shut down indefinitely on Monday, November 19, following the lingering crisis over the wearing of hijab by female Muslim pupils in the school. A statement posted on the main gate of the school said that the school had been shut down until …

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Snoop Dogg Pays Tribute To Dr. Dre During Walk Of Fame Star Ceremony

To be honest, it feels like Snoop Dogg should’ve gotten a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame years ago, but the rapper was finally honored for his contributions earlier today on Hollywood Blvd. The West Coast rappers’ shared a little speech during his ceremony which included a special, heartfelt shout out …

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Goodluck Jonathan Accuses Barrack Obama Of Interfering In 2015 Elections

While his book launch is still ongoing, it has been gathered that former President Goodluck Jonathan accused former US President, Barack Obama of interfering in 2015 elections in his book titled ‘My Transition Hours’. According to Goodluck Jonathan, Obama sent his secretary of state, John Kerry, and made a video …

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Alchemist Announces New “Bread” EP Release Date

Alchemist has been a busy man of late. Aside from touring as Eminem’s DJ, producing an entire album with Freddie Gibbs & Curren$y, and grounding the game’s contemporary soundscape with some iconic grit, Uncle Alc has officially announced a new EP by the name of Bread. The producer took to Twitter to make it official, though he proceeded …

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LA Galaxy’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic Reportedly Agrees to €2M AC Milan Offer

Los Angeles Galaxy striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reportedly agreed a €2 million deal that will take him back to AC Milan. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (h/t Calciomercato.com, Marca), Ibrahimovic has accepted the offer of a six-month contract, which will also include the option of a yearlong extension. It is said the striker is now waiting on …

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Reportedly Faces Life In Prison In Racketeering & Firearms Indictment

Tekashi 6ix9ine just can’t keep himself out of trouble, even though he’s been trying. A few days after firing his whole team, the Brooklyn rapper, along with five other individuals, including former manager Kifano “Shotti” Jordan, were arrested on racketeering and firearms charges earlier today. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like things are …

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