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Gospel Singer Mercy Chinwo Welcomes First Child



Famous gospel singer Mercy Chinwo and her husband, pastor Blessed Uzochikwa, welcomed their first child together on Friday.

The singer made the disclosure in a post on her Instagram page.

Unveiling her bump in a music video featuring her husband, Mercy expressed gratitude to God for their new addition.

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She wrote: “Lord, we are grateful. We approach your throne with heartfelt songs of praise and thanksgiving. [You] filled our hearts with joy, our lips with testimonies, and our home with celebration. Indeed, you do this one.”

The singer, however, didn’t reveal the gender or the name of her child.

Chinwo and Uzochikwa got married in July 2022.




Nicki Minaj Drops ‘Pink Friday 2’ Album




Nicki Minaj has released her highly anticipated fifth studio album, “Pink Friday 2” is finally here. Pink Friday 2 is coming 13 years after the original

Out Friday, the 10-time Grammy nominee’s 41st birthday, “Pink Friday 2” is Minaj’s first full-length release since 2018’s “Queen.”

The 22-track release is stacked with features, including contributions from Drake, Lil Wayne, J. Cole, Lil Uzi Vert and Future among others.

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“This entire album will be the biggest gift I have ever given humanity thus far,” Minaj said in a recent livestream. “I have never in my life been so in love with something that I’m working on.”

… in 2010
The original “Pink Friday” was released in 2010, with her sophomore album, “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded,” following two years later.

The road to “Pink Friday 2” has been long. Fans suspected it was on the horizon when the rapper tweeted a simple three-character message, “PF2,” in the summer of 2020.

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But it wasn’t until this past June that Minaj announced the album title. The release date, originally slated for October 20, was pushed back twice, too.

In the days leading up to the December release of “Pink Friday 2,” Minaj’s loyal fans, called Barbz, inspired headlines when they created “Gag City,” a pink AI metropolis inspired by the album’s cover.

In September, Minaj hosted the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards and performed her latest single, the dreamy “Last Time I Saw You” before teasing a fiery new trap cut from “Pink Friday 2”.

“I ain’t nothing like you,” she rapped, “I’m on a whole other level.” NBC

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‘I’m Sorry,’ Oladips Apologises To Nigerians Over Fake Death News




Rapper Oladipupo Oladimeji, popularly known by his stage name Oladips, has apologised to Nigerians for the fake death news pulled by his management.

He expressed regret for “the confusion” and stressed that it was “never a prank,” noting that he was “very sick.”

In an interview with Naija FM in Lagos, Oladips said, “To Nigerians and my core followers, I will never play with people’s emotions like that. It was never a prank. I was sick sick. I am really sorry for the confusion, the false alarm and everything. I take full responsibility.

“I’ll make sure I’m surrounded by professionals going forward. Since I believe that’s where the issue originated. I’ve gone through a lot, like having my manager steal from me and wish me dead. I eventually reached the point where my manager was no longer with me. It was just me and my boys.

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“All I’m attempting to do at the moment is make sure the individuals I choose are professionals who understand what’s appropriate to do. No be person wey because he no hear from my mum, he feel like, ‘Ah! This guy don die.”

He claimed that his manager would not have put out such news if he was truly a professional.

“That is why I said I take full responsibility. So, I’m really sorry. Make una forgive me abeg.”


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Rapper Kodak Black Arrested For Cocaine Possession In Florida




Rapper Kodak Black has been taken into custody once more in South Florida, this time on suspicion of having cocaine, according to court documents.

Kodak Black, who goes by the name Bill Kapri, was reported by the Broward County jail as being detained on Thursday.

Plantation police accused him of possessing cocaine, tampering with evidence, and unlawfully stopping or parking his car, according to the jail records.

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The arrest occurred after officers from the Florida Highway Patrol allegedly saw a black Bentley SUV blocking a roadway.

The cops involved claimed that the vehicle’s window was halfway down when they found the “ZEZE” rapper asleep at the wheel and smelled the strong odor of cannabis omitting from inside.

Once awake and confronted by the officer, Kodak admitted there was weed in the SUV, but according to TMZ, the cop also noticed a Styrofoam cup that he believed contained an alcoholic beverage.

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It was at this moment that he told Kodak to exit the vehicle.

Recall Kodak was previously pardoned by Donald Trump on the last day of his presidency for a previous conviction on a weapons charge.

He was booked into jail in Fort Lauderdale on Friday and released on Saturday after a $75,000 bond was negotiated at a bail hearing, his lawyer Bradford Cohen told Rolling Stone.

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