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Terry G Claims Burna Boy is Bigger than Wizkid and Davido.

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Singer Terry G has claimed Burna Boy is a bigger artist than Wizkid and Davido.

According to him, Davido is the only “king” in Africa.

He added that Africans can’t relate with Wizkid’s songs because of his style of music, while Burna Boy, on the other hand, he said, is huge both in “Africa and international.”

The ‘Akpako Master’ featured as a guest in the latest episode of The Honest Bunch Podcast co-hosted by actor Chinedu Ani Emmanuel, aka Nedu, Husband Material, and Toun Cole.

Speaking in Pidgin, Terry G said, “The Wizkid vs Davido debate, to me, is lame. Davido is the king of Africa. He has African audience.

“He sings unapologetic African music. But Wizkid’s mindset is targeted at crossover. His music doesn’t really relate to us [Africans]. Burna Boy is the one with Africa and International. He is their king. Burna surpasses both of them.”

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Nigerians Rally Behind Onakoya’s Record-Breaking Chess Marathon

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Photos: Guinness World Record: Nigerians Cheer Onakoya As 58-Hour Chess Marathon Begins In New Yor

Nigerians abroad have come out to support renowned chess master, Tunde Onakoya, as he embarks on a mission to surpass the Guinness World Record for the longest chess marathon.

 

Onakoya announced the commencement of the marathon via his X account with the caption, “Game time.”

He also wrote, “We haven’t even started yet and Nigerians are already trooping in to camp out with me.”

Among those cheering Onakoya is Nigerian singer, Adekunle Kosoko, popularly known as Adekunle Gold.

 

The event, which is underway at New York City’s iconic Times Square, started at 10am on Wednesday, April 17, and is scheduled to end at 8pm on April 19.

Onakoya is set to engage in an intense chess marathon, aiming to play for 58 hours without a single defeat.

The current Guinness World Record, set by Hallvard Haug Flatebø and Sjur Ferkingstad of Norway on November 11, 2018, stands at 56 hours, 9 minutes, and 37 seconds.

 

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Ex-Husband Alleges Korra Obidi’s Infidelity During Pregnancy

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By Cynthia Abah

In a widely circulated video, Justin Dean, the former husband of Nigerian dancer Korra Obidi, has made startling allegations regarding Obidi’s conduct during her pregnancy. Dean claims that Obidi engaged in extramarital affairs while she was five months pregnant with their child, stating that she slept with another woman’s fiancé during a trip to Nigeria for a friend’s wedding. Expressing his distress over these revelations, Dean emphasizes the serious health risks involved, particularly the potential transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) during pregnancy.

These accusations come amidst ongoing speculation and reports surrounding the dissolution of Dean and Obidi’s marriage in 2022. Dean’s previous accusations of infidelity on Obidi’s part have resurfaced in light of these latest claims, further fueling public interest and debate. Obidi, known for her prominence in the Nigerian dance scene, has yet to publicly respond to Dean’s allegations. As the situation continues to unfold, the spotlight remains on the personal and private affairs of the former couple, highlighting the complexities and challenges of navigating relationships in the public eye.

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Davido Reacts to Cubana Chiefpriest’s Bail: “Never 6 Months!”

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By Cynthia Abah

Nigerian music sensation Davido has finally broken his silence following the news of his close friend and celebrity barman, Cubana Chiefpriest, being granted bail. Cubana Chiefpriest, whose real name is Pascal Okechukwu, was arraigned before a federal court in Lagos by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over allegations of naira abuse. Despite the legal proceedings, Cubana Chiefpriest maintained his innocence and pleaded not guilty. Now, with the news of his bail, he has returned to social media, marking his comeback with a post on Instagram.

In response to Cubana Chiefpriest’s release, Davido took to the comment section of Chiefpriest’s first post after his release. Davido’s comment, which has since stirred reactions online, conveyed his relief and disbelief at the prospect of not seeing his friend for an extended period. He expressed gratitude that Chiefpriest had avoided a potentially lengthy incarceration, emphasizing the bond between them with the statement, “Never 6 Months!”

While Davido’s comment garnered attention and sparked discussions online, some netizens speculated about the circumstances surrounding Chiefpriest’s release. There were claims that Davido’s influence may have played a role in securing Chiefpriest’s bail. Additionally, references were made to a leaked video showing Davido purportedly crying and pleading, suggesting parallels between that incident and Chiefpriest’s legal situation.

Despite the speculations and reactions, Davido’s comment highlighted the close relationship between the two celebrities and underscored his relief at Chiefpriest’s return to freedom. As Chiefpriest resumes his social media presence and moves forward from the legal ordeal, Davido’s supportive message serves as a testament to their enduring friendship in the face of challenges.

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