Prezzo's beau from the Big Brother house, and fast-rising Nigerian singer Goldie Harvey is dead. Details of her death are still sketchy but media reports say she passed on last night at Reddington Hospital, Victoria Island, Lagos in the arms of her close friend, Denrele.
Goldie had just returned to Nigeria from the U.S where she attended the Grammy Awards with her record label, Kennis Music boss, Kenny Ogungbe. Kenny St. Best, an artiste also under Kennis Music confirmed the news.
When I say Kenyans are just amazing, my Nigerian ting colleague Chimwani Obiajulu thinks I'm just too proud of this beautiful country and its people and begs to defer. I am now glad that this video helped shut his mouth.
Here is the full list of those who are crossing over, according to our source:
Rarely can Uncle Chim Tuna say that he is honestly envious of anyone. Rarely can Uncle Chim Tuna say that he is green with envy. I have everything i need and if i don't have it, i don't need it.
Kenya has birthed some really magnificent works of art. The kind that would effortlessly grab the attention of the entire continent, making Kenya proud in return.
So reports have been flying around that Size 8 is now the highest paid celebrity in Kenya. This stems from the numerous contracts she was awarded by various large corporate entities last year, from Safaricom to Royal Media Services.
Ladies and gents, frogs and toads, it's about that time! It's voting time and we at Ghafla are going to give you a say!
It now emerges that the song that the Uhuru-Ruto led coalition, Jubilee Alliance, has been pirated from Gidi Gidi and Maji Maji’s hit song, “Unbwogable”. Speaking to Ghafla! Gidi complained that the song used by the Jubilee Coalition is a copy of their 2002 hit song.
He argues that the song’s idea, flow and theme is a reproduction of “Unbwogable” that was used by NARC party as its theme song during the 2002 general elections. However, the Jubilee Coalition has maintained that the song is its origination production and does not sound in any way like “Unbwogable”. The Jubilee version was done by K-South rappers, Bamboo and Abbas.
Gidi Gidi and Maji Maji have threatened to take legal action against Jubilee Coalition adding that the only person with rights to the song is producer Ted Josiah.
This is not the first time that an artist is complaining that politicians are using their songs without their consent as barely a fortnight ago, GrandPa Records warned that it would be seeking legal redress if any politician used DNA’s hit songs without acquiring them in the right manner.
Listen to the song that Gidi and Maji claim that Jubilee Coalition bootlegged below;