After 78 days of dramatic activities in the Big Brother Naija (BBN) house, the lifestyle reality show came to an end, Sunday night, with Delta State contestant, Efe Ejeba winning the coveted prize of N25 million and a Kia Seranto SUV. Efe, an upcoming rapper and last man standing on the show beat fellow finalists – Bisola, TBoss, Debie-Rise and Marvis
American professional wrestler, Mark Calaway who is popularly known as 'The Undertaker' has retired from wrestling after spending nearly 30 years in the ring. After losing to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania on Sunday night, the 52-year-old legendary wrestler removed his signature hat, gloves, coat and then waved at the fans before leaving the ring.
For the fourth year running, R & B artiste and EME Records boss, Banky W, has maintained his status as a Ciroc brand ambassador while hip hop artiste Tekno and On-Air-Personality Toke Makinwa have joined him as brand ambassadors of the Ultra-Premium Vodka. The unveiling, held at Sky Lounge of the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island,
Actress Mercy Johnson was earlier this week appointed as the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello, on Entertainment, Arts and Culture. Her husband, Prince Okojie took to IG to give her his full support and to congratulate her on the new appointment.
Tension returned to the Big Brother Naija house as Monday’s fresh nominations put TBoss, Debie-Rise, Bally, and Marvis up for eviction, just less than 24 hours after the trio of Bally, TBoss and Debbie-Rise narrowly escaped eviction. The house also experienced a rare change in leadership as Bisola became victorious in this week’s head of house
Seventy eight days after the Big Brother Naija reality show started, muscle man Bassey Ekpeyong was evicted from the show on Sunday evening. Hugging the rest of the housemates perfunctorily, Bassey, dressed in a black apparel with yellow trimmings, made perhaps the swiftest exit from the house. Debie-Rise, Bassey, Bally and T-Boss had
HKN signed act, Adebayo Adeleke fondly called B Red, who is presently focused on releasing some singles to gain more ground on the musical scene, has revealed to The Nation that he has no issues with DMW record owner, Davido. B Red who admits he is not bothered about what people are saying said: “Aside from being a label mate, Davido