American reality TV star, Kourtney Kardashian, has legally married her drummer boyfriend, Travis Barker.
The couple tied the knot at the downtown courthouse in Santa Barbara, California, on Sunday, Daily Mail reported.
This comes a few weeks after the couple had a private wedding ceremony in a Las Vegas chapel.
TMZ reported that the couple walked into the chapel around 1:30am on April 4, 2022, and presented their marriage licence to the chapel owner who also served as witness.
The couple did not allow the venue to take pictures as they employed a personal photographer and security.
They exchanged vows with a few of their loved ones and their security present including her maternal grandmother, Mary Jo ‘MJ’ Campbell and Barker’s father, Randy.
Neither Kourtney’s famous sisters nor her kids were spotted at the wedding or the celebration after.
While this is Kourtney’s first marriage, she has three children with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick.
This will be Barker’s third marriage after his marriage with Melissa Kennedy ended in 2002, lasting less than a year.
He also parted ways with ex Shanna Moakler in 2008 after four years of marriage and two children.
New endorsement deal excites Tiwa Savage
New endorsement deal with a popular smartphone brand has left Nigerian songstress Tiwa Savage excited.
The 42-year-old singer and mother of one took to her Instagram account to announce her newest endorsement deal in a video.
Explaining the video, she wrote, “This one is highly approved by the No 1 ABG, Your girl is on board with one of the coolest brands ever – Tecno. Show some love to my newest family. I am so excited.”
Savage is currently on a tour of cities in the United States of America to promote her ‘Water and Garri’ EP.
Elon Musk’s child, 18, granted name and gender change
Elon Musk’s 18-year-old child has been granted a name and gender change, officially making her Vivian Jenna Wilson.
According to court documents on Thursday, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge approved the petition and asked for a new birth certificate to be issued by the state to reflect the changes.
Vivian chose to remove Musk as her last name, opting for Wilson, which is her mother Justine’s maiden name.
On Tuesday, it was revealed that Vivian – who was given the moniker Xavier Alexander Musk at birth – filed the petition back in April, shortly after her 18th birthday.
The teen listed her name change reason as “gender identity and the fact that I no longer live with or wish to be related to my biological father [Elon] in any way, shape or form.”
Musk, 50, previously claimed he supported transgender issues. However, he came under fire in 2020 for criticizing the use of preferred pronouns.
“I absolutely support trans, but all these pronouns are an esthetic nightmare,” he tweeted at the time, adding, “Pronouns suck.”
On the other hand, mom Justine expressed how proud she was that Vivian was living authentically, quoting her on Twitter.
“‘I had a weird childhood,’ my 18-year-old said to me,” Wilson, 49, wrote after news of Vivian’s gender and name change petition began circulating online.
She then continued the conversation, quoting the child as saying, “I can’t believe I’m as normal-seeming as I am.”
Wilson then told the teen, “I’m very proud of you,” to which Vivian replied, “I’m proud of myself!”
In addition to Vivian, Musk shares the teen’s 18-year-old twin brother, Griffin, with ex-wife Justine, along with 16-year-old triplets Kai, Saxon and Damian.
The SpaceX founder also has two children with ex-girlfriend Grimes — son X AE A-XII, 2, and daughter Exa Dark Sideræl, 6 months.
Yoruba actor, Baba Atoli is dead
Yoruba actor, Olaniyi Raji, also known as Baba Atoli, is dead.
The death of the veteran actor was announced by his colleague, Foluke Daramola in a post on Instagram on Thursday.
Daramola shared the deceased photo with the caption: “Sad we lost Baba Atoli. Such a shame.”
Friends and family of Baba Atoli also took to social media to mourn him.
Before his death, Baba Atoli begged for financial support following an illness.
In a video posted on Youtube, Baba Atoli called on the national president of the Theatre Arts and Motion Picture Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN), Bolaji Amusan, popularly known as Mr Latin, and the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu for support.
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