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Entertainment CEO Returns Night Life To Benin, Invites Peruzzi



The Chief Executive Officer of Tarex, Mr. Lucky Ohimai, says he is willing to revive the night life that was once enjoyed in Edo State.

He said this while addressing journalists ahead of his forthcoming event slated for 29 September at Tarex Lounge, Benin City.

Ohimai said the state was once famous for night life and suddenly, all these have become a history.

He said most notable artistes in the entertainment industry discovered their talents and were subsequently groomed to stardom from Edo State.

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While stating the reasons for the hosting of the event, Ohimai said that it was a thing of joy to put smiles on the faces of Nigerians .

He said in order to ease and take away their minds from the stress of life, has decided to put up a show, where a popular Nigerian guest artiste, Tobechukwu Victor Okoh, also known as Peruzzi, will be on ground to thrill them (audience).

He added that, this is, his little contribution to the hospitality business in the country.

According to him “I am glad with what I am doing. Entertainment is in my DNA.

“I just want to make people happy, I just want to take this boredom away from the Nigerian youths because I know that they are passing through a lot at this time.

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“I started first by bringing Eltee Skills, 2 face, Crayon, Mayorkun and now Peruzzi to the state.

“It is my desire to invite more artistes to the state and be a leading event planner in Nigeria .

Also speaking, the event consultant/promoter who doubles as the CEO Surprised Pub and Cafe, Mr. Matthew Oshodin, commended Mr. Ohimai for coming up with such a concept of revamping night life in the state.

He said the event is coming up at the right time adding that, this can help the citizens of the state to heave a sign of relief.

Oshodin said that the hospitality business has created a lot of jobs and have taken millions of youths off the streets in the recent times.


‘Christ Lives In Me,’ Daddy Yankee Quits Music To Evangelize Jesus




Famous reggaeton star Ramón Ayala, aka Daddy Yankee, has officially retired from music.

The Puerto Rican singer and rapper announced this on stage during the final day of his farewell tour, La Meta, in Puerto Rico over the weekend.

He said he now hopes to “evangelize the world” and live for Jesus.

In a video message shared via his Instagram page, ‘The King Of Reggaeton’ said that a part of him felt empty and he had been trying to fill a void in his life for a long time that no one could fill.

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In his message, the ‘Despacito’ crooner cited a Bible verse; “I was able to travel the world for years winning many awards, applause and praise, but I realized something that the Bible says, ‘what good is it for a man to gain the whole world if he forfeits his soul?’”

He added: “One story is over and a new story is going to begin, a new beginning.”

Daddy Yankee began his career in 1994 and is regarded as one of the pioneers of the reggaeton genre.

He retired at the age of 46.

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Better To Be Egoistic Than To Be Too Humble – Asake On People Taken Him For Granted [VIDEO]




Famous singer Ahmed Ololade, aka Asake, has recalled how some people once took him “for granted” because he was “too humble.”

In a video making the rounds on social media, Asake, while chatting with a group of friends, stated that it is better to be egoistic than to be “too humble,” as he emphasised that excessive humility often brings disrespect.

Speaking from experience, Asake said that when someone is egoistic, people feel the person is inaccessible and place more value on the person.

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He said: “To me, humility is like a waste of time. People don’t appreciate it. At the end of the day, life is about your perception. That is how I think. It’s my world.

“I’ve been around people, that I tried to let them say who I am but they didn’t appreciate it. As an artiste, if you come to somewhere, if you’re humble, they will take you for granted. But if you have ego, they feel like you’re not accessible so they will like you more. People would rather see what you’re doing than you showing them humility. So, just do what you need to do.”


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Portable Walks Runway At British Fashion Awards [VIDEO]




Controversial Nigerian singer Habeeb Okikiola, aka Portable, graced the runway of the 2023 British Fashion Awards at the Royal Albert Hall, London, on Monday.

The ‘Zazu’ crooner accompanied British-Nigerian Grime rapper Skepta to the event.

Portable strutted behind Skepta and other members of his BBK crew amid pomp and pageantry.

Hollywood stars Anne Hathaway and Gwyneth Paltrow were among the attendees.

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Big winners of the night included Jonathan Anderson for Designer of the Year; Sarah Burton for the Special Recognition Award, and Martine Rose for British Menswear Designer of the Year. Singer Sam Smith was the recipient of the Cultural Innovator Award, while British-Ghanaian actress and writer Michaela Coel took the gong for the Pandora Leader of Change.

Video of Portable walking the runway:


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