The week has ended and we have compiled a list of all the entertainment highlights of the week for you. What other fun way to get into the weekend groove than to bring to your remembrance the entertainment gist of the week?
Below is the recap of all that trended on Nigeria’s Entertainment scene: Earlier this week, the chat Nse Ikpe-Etim had with Chude Jideonwo trended on social media. In the chat, the Nollywood star expressed how inadequate she felt when she learned of her inability to give birth to a child. It would be recalled that in 2019, the actress revealed her inability to conceive children. The actress had to remove her womb because she was diagnosed with Adenomyosis. Ikpe-Etim got married in 2013 to her hubby Clifford Sule.
A new collaboration between Nigerian artiste Davido and Chris Brown is on the way. A snippet of the unreleased song was heard in a video shared on Instagram by Nigerian music producer Ayoola Oladapo Agboola (popularly known as KDDO or Kiddominant).
Davido celebrated his daughter Hailey Adeleke in grand style on her fifth birthday. The party was attended by close friends and family members of the music star and Hailey’s mum, Amanda.
The Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) hosted an opening night gala on Saturday, 7th May 2022. The night gala officially kicked off the 8-day lineup of activities for the week.
Nollywood actress Genevieve Nnaji deleted all the photos on her Instagram page earlier this week. The action left her over eight million followers on Instagram worried. Prior to deleting all her Instagram photos, the actress had unfollowed everyone on the social media platform.
Nigerian music star Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems, has become the first Nigerian artist in history to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. She currently has two songs on Billboard’s Top 10 list.
Nigerian singer, songwriter, and music director, Ckay, becomes the first Nigerian singer to amass over a billion Spotify streams with a single song. Ckay has accomplished a lot in the last year, from his global hit song ‘Love Nwantiti ‘Ah Ah Ah‘ which has made the Nigerian singer the first African artist to reach 30 million monthly Spotify listeners.Featured Image Source: MyNigeria
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