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Davido’s marriage not ‘better’ example – says Burna Boy

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Davido’s marriage not ‘better’ example - says Burna Boy

Nigerian singer, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy has taken a swipe at his colleague, Davido, saying his marriage is not a good example.

The ‘Higher’ crooner stated this while responding to a fan who urged him to emulate the embattled singer and get married soon.

Davido is currently embroiled in a child custody battle with his first baby mama, Sophia Momodu.

The DMW boss had on Friday night called out his baby mama, Sophia, for citing the death of his son, Ifeanyi, who drowned in a swimming pool accident at his Lagos mansion, in her counter suit.

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Following his outburst, his colleague, Dammy Krane mocked him, saying he now knows the pain his late friend, Tagbo’s mother felt when his son whom he accused Davido of contributing to his death, died.

Burna Boy waded in, asking Dammy Krane to pull down his posts on Davido but he ignored him.

The Grammy-winning singer then wrote on his X page: “‘Odogwu too wise’ who no hear go feel.”

Taking to the comment section, an X user with the handle, @BadLieutenant urged Burna Boy to emulate his colleague, Davido by getting married.

The user wrote, “Burna Boy, you should start planning for your future by getting married and starting a family. OBO has already set an example. You’re over 33 now, and you need to understand that you’re not getting any younger.”

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Burna Boy replied, “Baba make I just dey as I dey abeg, u nor see wetin him dey face like dis?”

Another user @RealDreylo then wrote, “You can’t even answer a question like a reasonable person. LOL. Just big head and plenty beards”

Burna Boy responded, “Ok. But between me and you, Shey na betta example the guy use?”

A user, @SunOfOba then asked Burna Boy, “Adekunle Gold na better example?” to which the singer replied, “Ehen! Na wetin we dey pray for be that bros.”

Davido recently tied the knot with his longtime partner, Chioma Rowland, at a glamorous wedding ceremony in Lagos.

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Actress Regina Daniels drums support for creation of Anioma State

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Actress Regina Daniels drums support for creation of Anioma State

Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels has drummed support for the creation of Anioma State from Delta State.

A bill for that purpose is currently before the Senate and is being sponsored by Senator Ned Nwoko.

Daniels, in a video on her Instagram page on Friday said “I lend my voice to support the recently sponsored bill by my husband and our distinguished Senator for the creation of Anioma State.

“The creation of Anioma State is long overdue. The 50years struggle of our ancestors must not be in vain. This is the time to make it happen.”

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According to Daniels, Anioma is indeed an endowed culture, as it possessed the classical characteristic of oneness, a shared history, robust culture, language, tradition and features that set the people apart from other local governments in Delta State, yet, uniquely connecting us to the South Eastern States.

“As a true daughter of Anioma, I am immensely proud of the recent sponsored bill for the creation of Anioma State by my beloved husband and our distinguished Senator Ned Munir Nwoko.

“I believe the passage of this bill will heed the clarion call for the creation of the sixth state in the Southeast a long standing injustice. Anioma is the most viable state with a very huge land mass,” she said.

Daniels added that Anioma is blessed with all the natural resources to flourish and strive as a state, saying it goes without saying that the creation of Anioma State would promote fair distribution of “our natural resources and enhance our legislative representative for our people.”

“I humbly appeal to all stakeholders, the Anioma traditional rulers council, the socio-cultural groups, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the Anioma residents to set aside differences and unite in the cause.

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“This is a historic opportunity to bring equity, peace and justice to our people. Thank you so much. People of Anioma I greet you again. Thank you,” Daniels stated.

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“How I handle negative public criticisms” – Yemi Alade

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Renowned Nigerian singer Yemi Alade has shared insights into her approach to navigating the entertainment industry without being drawn into controversies.

The singer of ‘Johnny’ emphasized that she maintains a resilient stance against public opinion.

During the unveiling of her new album, ‘Rebel Queen,’ at a listening party in Lagos, Alade elaborated on how she deals with negative criticism:

“I don’t dwell on it too much. I focus on living my life fully because it’s the only one I have.”

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Alade added, “Whenever I encounter something that doesn’t resonate with me, I simply turn away and continue moving forward. Everyone is entitled to their opinions.”

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“Secretly helping family equals cheating in marriage” – Actress Mercy Gold

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Nollywood actress Mercy Gold Eberechi has shared a new perspective on what constitutes cheating in a marriage.

The rising star, through her Instagram page, stated that women assisting their families without their husband’s consent is also a form of cheating.

Gold emphasized that this is especially true if the husband has paid the bride price in full.

“Assisting your family secretly without your husband’s consent is also cheating in marriage if he paid your bride price in full,” she wrote.

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The post sparked various reactions from her followers:

Ugoeze_01 commented, “No son of a man will hold me back from helping my family because I am the breadwinner.”

Luchi Hairline responded, “Na wa o, what’s this now?”

Jnk Foods, Nwanyi Afiafemi stated, “It is not a gender thing. Both parties should be open about it, simple.”

Ijeoma wrote, “Daughter of Jezebel, look at her eyes.”

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Ig Fbb added, “Way too many rules in this marriage thing. Way too many rules for something that often doesn’t even work.”

Lanoire Ofe questioned, “And what about men who secretly give to their family without informing their wife?”

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