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Nigerian Rapper Yung6ix robbed in the U.S

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Nigerian hip-hop artist Onome Onokohwomo, also known as Yung6ix has shared a video clip of how his car was robbed in the United States of America.

According to music star, the robbery incident took place as he was moving to a new apartment.

He went on to share the CCTV footage from the crime scene.

“My car got robbed. Had my whole life in that car. My laptop with my new album and mixtape. about $5,000 – $7,000 cash, Black Magic 6k camera, 4 iPhones my ps5 and studio recording equipment while I was moving into my new apartment,” he wrote on Instagram.

Yung6ix is a Nigerian rapper. He rose to prominence in 2010 after he did a cover for rapper Ice Prince’s hit single ‘Oleku.

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‘Na God’ – Funke Akindele celebrates her latest achievement

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One of Nigeria’s most successful actresses, Funke Akindele has announced her latest achievement and as expected, congratulations are in order already.

According to the Omo Ghetto crooner, she was announced as the most popular actress by Thenetng.

Speaking about this achievement, the mother of two said she owed the popularity to God, her hard work and her fans

Taking to her official Instagram page to celebrate, Funke wrote;

“Na God, hard work and my fans bring this popularity!! Chai!! I’m blessed. Thank you @thenetng
Oya #jenifans let’s keep keeping on o!!! #shemustbeobeyed is #comingsoon from #sceneoneproductions #funkeakindele #funkeakindelebello #mostpopularactress #contentcreator #filmmaker #actress #mamaibeji #iyawojjcskillz”

Reacting to this;

@officiallolo1 wrote “Congratulations tribes woman mi”

@iam_alesh wrote “Yassssssssssss congratulations ma”

@iteledicon01 wrote “Congratulations Bosslady”

@mustiphasholagbade wrote “Congratulations auntie mi. More”

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‘Your knees no dey pain you?’ – Fans react to Toyin Abraham’s show of respect to elders

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Fans react to Toyin Abraham’s show of respect to elders

Fans of Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham have reacted to how she is always so quick to kneel down to her elderly ones to show them some respect.

This comes after the mother of one shared a video where she had a meeting with some people in Lagos and in the video, Toyin was seen kneeling down to greet all the elderly people she came across.

Captioning the video, the Alakada crooner wrote;

“A huge thanks to Baba wa Baale Ikota and my Ikota family… Thanks a lot for allowing us shoot in Ikota without any issue(mi o ri iru e ri)no stress,no wahala,no fight,just pure love from my Ikota family… Eshey modupe and lastly to my godparent for making it possible @tayofak @bashwale Thanks for always”

Reacting to Toyin’s display of elderly ones,

@april_esi wrote “Your kind of respect for people is something I must learn from you”

@chiming_surprises wrote “Your knee no far from ground”

@topsyshado1 wrote “U are well trained Mummy Ire.”

@wunmitrends wrote “This woman knee isnt far from the ground chai”

@i_am_candydessie wrote “The way you Dey knee down knee no Dey pain you ni”

@akinyomboadefunke wrote “She can knee down for africa”

@adeyemiasenuga wrote “As in see respect see as she Dey kneel down for everyone”

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Actress Ronke Oshodi-Oke pays condolence visit to Prophet T.B Joshua’s family

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Actress Ronke Oshodi-Oke pays condolence visit to Prophet T.B Joshua’s family

Nollywood actress Ronke Oshodi-Oke has paid a condolence visit to the family of the late founder of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations, Prophet T.B Joshua.

The prophet was reported dead on Sunday, 7th of June while heading to the hospital. And since then, Nigerian celebrities, politicians and citizens have mourned the 57-year-old clergy.

Taking to her Instagram page, Ronke Oshodi-Oke shared photos of her visit, which captured the moment she was signing the condolence register.

The actress bid a farewell to the popular clergy and wrote: Good night Daddy, till we meet and part no more. odaro sir.

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