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Why You Should Celebrate Your Achievements – DJ Cuppy

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By Cynthia Abah

Nigerian disk jockey Florence Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, has urged her fans to always celebrate their achievements.

Cuppy, known for frequently sharing her accomplishments on social media, emphasized that celebrating one’s achievements is essential for building confidence and maintaining motivation.

The music star, who recently revealed her plans to pursue a fourth degree, shared this advice on X (formerly Twitter) on Tuesday.

She wrote, “Be proud of yourself and be your biggest cheerleader. Make sure you celebrate your achievements to build confidence AND stay motivated!! #CuppyOnAMission.”

DJ Cuppy’s message highlights the importance of self-recognition and the positive impact it can have on personal growth and perseverance.

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There’ll be No ‘All Stars Reunion’ – Mercy Eke

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By Cynthia Abah

Big Brother Naija star Mercy Eke has confirmed there will be no reunion show for the recent ‘All Stars’ edition, which saw Ilebaye win the grand prize of 120 million Naira. Mercy, addressing her fans during an Instagram live session, advised them to stop expecting a reunion for this season, stating clearly, “Stop dreaming, there will be no ‘All Stars reunion.”

This marks the first time the organizers have decided against holding a reunion after a season that brought together various reality stars. Mercy did not provide specific reasons for the cancellation.

Meanwhile, Multichoice, the show’s organizers, have announced auditions for the upcoming ninth season of Big Brother Naija, starting on March 27, 2024, at 8:00 pm, featuring a unique twist. Contestants will audition in pairs, which can include close friends, family members, romantic partners, or any other combination representing a “dynamic duo.”

This new audition format aims to bring a fresh dynamic to the popular reality show, ensuring an engaging and entertaining experience for both participants and viewers.

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Rema Declines to Pick Best Jollof Rice Country

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By Oratokhai Jesusemen O.

Nigerian singer Rema humorously sidestepped the question of which country makes the best jollof rice during an interview at the Louis Vuitton S/S Mens2025 show in Paris, France, on June 19, 2024.

In a video shared on Instagram by The People Gallery, Rema, showcasing his outfit, named LV, quipped about his attire, including a varsity jacket he had opted not to wear.

When asked by the host to name someone as talented as him, Rema playfully replied with “Black is safe.”

Expressing his love for jollof rice when prodded about his favorite food, Rema avoided getting into the debate over which African country prepares the best jollof rice, stating amidst laughter, “You know, that’s one discussion I really don’t want to have. The jollof rice battle is one I don’t want to be a part of.”

The conversation continued with inquiries about his current favorite song (“Charm” by Rema himself) and his star sign (Taurus, born on May 1).

The event also featured interviews with other African music stars like Burna Boy, Wizkid, Tems, Uncle Waffles, and Adekunle Gold. Social media buzzed with videos capturing the camaraderie among these artists at the prestigious fashion event, including Rema exchanging pleasantries with Jacob & Co-owner Jacob Arabo.

Rema’s humorous refusal to engage in the jollof rice debate showcased his focus on music and his ability to navigate lighthearted conversations with charm and wit.

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Wizkid Lays Alleged Rift with Don Jazzy to Rest, Calls Him an Amazing Human

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By Oratokhai Jesusemen O.

Social media was recently abuzz after Wizkid referred to Don Jazzy as an influencer while replying to an alleged diss comment from Mavin Records signee Ladipoe. Rapper Ladipoe had posted that Afrobeats stars were experiencing their own “Afrobeats is dead era,” similar to the “hip hop is dead era” that Nigerian hip hop had gone through.

Wizkid previously commented that “hip hop was dead,” which sparked criticism and reactions from Nigerian rappers, leading to diss records aimed at the Grammy winner by Oladips and Zila Oaks.

Ladipoe’s comments were perceived by some fans as targeted at Wizkid, and during an online interactive session with fans, Wizkid’s attention was brought to it. Wizkid responded to Ladipoe’s statement by saying he couldn’t engage with a rapper signed to an influencer, a comment that drew criticism for being disrespectful to Mavin Records boss Don Jazzy.

In a recent tweet, Wizkid has dispelled any speculations of a rift with Don Jazzy, referring to the legendary producer and label boss as an “amazing human.” This statement from Wizkid appears to lay any potential tension to rest, highlighting the respect and admiration he holds for Don Jazzy.

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