One person has reportedly sustained injuries after Nigerian hip-hop star, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido and his men allegedly got into a fight with some people in a club in Dubai, UAE.
According to reports, David’s crew, known as the ’30 billion gang’ reportedly got into a fight at a club in Dubai, UAE over the weekend.
From videos that have now gone viral, some men said to be Davido team members engaged in a brawl, breaking bottles at the club after the artiste ‘felt oppressed’.
Eyewitnesses claimed the ‘Dubai guys’ got to the club and ordered a lot of expensive drinks after which Davido got in and ordered just one Azul and Don Julio.
An eyewitness said patrons bought more drinks and brought out their phones to record the musician but the club’s bouncer approached them and asked them to stop recording, saying Davido didn’t like it.
“Davido only ordered one Azul and Don Julio whereas the people I went with already ordered Moet, Azul and others, that was where the problem started. Bouncers came to meet us and asked us to stop making videos. Is Davido the owner of the club? Is his father the owner of the club?” one of the members of the other camp asked.
An argument ensued and a fight broke out between Davido’s crew and the patrons. One of the patrons allegedly collapsed after a bottle was smashed on his head.
The police intervened but some of the ladies thereafter created a scene outside the club as they claimed Davido’s men seized their phones for recording the fight.
A lady said, “You know Dubai boys love buying drinks so Davido felt oppressed. There was a guy that was making a video of Davido and Davido asked the bouncer to collect the phone from the guy. The young man said he had done nothing wrong that why will Davido ask for his phone to be seized, that was how he got angry and started throwing bottles, his boys started throwing glass cups, it was not a small issue. A young man even fainted there.”
One of the ladies identified as Bianca was heard hurling insults at the musician saying she was not going to go until she retrieved her phone.
Others accused Davido of being arrogant and capitalising on the fact that he was a celebrity.
Over the weekend, Davido donated the sum of N250 million to orphanages across Nigeria.
The music artiste, who asked his friends to send him money for his birthday, thereafter received about N200 million from Nigerians, including billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola.
He announced on Friday that he was donating the N250 million to orphanages to help give children in those places a good life.
According to Davido, who made a personal donation of N50 million to the cause, giving and helping people around him was one of his biggest joys in life.
BBNaija: Beauty apologizes to fans, makes promises
Beauty Tukura, disqualified Big Brother Naija, BBNaija season 7 housemate, has apologised to her fans.
She apologized for her irrational behavior which led to her untimely exit from the ‘Level up’ edition of the reality Tv show.
Recall that Beauty was disqualified on Sunday after receiving three strikes for disobeying the rules of BBNaija.
Beauty joined the likes of Tacha, Khloe, Erica who were disqualified from BBNaija for unruly attitude.
In a short video, Beauty thanked those who supported her through her short stay in the house despite her shortcomings.
Beauty said: “To everyone who’s been riding with me or supporting me, thank you.
“I’m so sorry I left like this. Alcohol got the best of me. Beauty will do better.”
Nicki Minaj to receive Video Vanguard Award at 2022 MTV Video Music Awards
Another musical milestone is on the way for Nicki Minaj.
The Queens-bred rapper will be honored with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at this month’s MTV Video Music Awards in Newark and will perform at the show, organizers announced Monday.
Minaj, a 10-time Grammy nominee who’s sold more than 100 million records, is the second female rapper selected for the Video Vanguard Award, following 2019 recipient Missy Elliott. The award recognizes an artist’s career contributions to the music industry.
“Nicki has broken barriers for women in hip-hop with her versatility and creative artistry,” Viacom executive Bruce Gillmer said Monday.
“She has shifted the music industry and cemented her status as a global superstar with her crossover appeal, genre-defying style and continuing to be unapologetically ‘Nicki.’ ”
Minaj — whose hits include “Super Bass,” “Anaconda” and “Starships” — is a five-time winner at the VMAs, most recently receiving the trophy for best power anthem for “Hot Girl Summer” in 2019.
Her nomination in the best hip hop category for “Do We Have a Problem?” at this year’s ceremony is the 17th VMAs nod of her career.
The show will take place Aug. 28 at the Prudential Center. Minaj, 39, was born in Trinidad and Tobago but moved to New York during her youth and attended Manhattan’s famed Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School.
The Video Vanguard Award was introduced at the very first VMAs ceremony in 1984, with past recipients including the Beatles, Madonna, Jackson, LL Cool J, Beyoncé, Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez. It was last awarded in 2019.
Minaj said days before the 2021 VMAs ceremony that she had to back out of a performance, tweeting, “I’ll explain why another day. But I love those guys at MTV … Next year we there baby.”
She tweeted a few days later, “I was prepping for vmas then i shot a video & guess who got COVID?”
Top nominees at the 2022 VMAs include rappers Jack Harlow, Kendrick Lamar and Lil Nas X, who are each finalists for seven awards.
Latin music superstars Anitta and J Balvin and the pop rock band Panic! at the Disco are among the scheduled performers at the ceremony, which will air live on MTV and sister networks such as VH1, Comedy Central and BET beginning at 8 p.m. EDT.
BBNaija: What Groovy said about Beauty’s disqualification
Big Brother Naija, BBNaija season 7 housemate, Groovy has reacted to the disqualification of lover, Beauty.
Recall that Beauty was disqualified some minutes to the Sunday live eviction show after she got double strike for provocation and violence.
The beauty queen got into trouble after she threw her wig and glasses at Groovy after the Saturday Night Party.
Her disqualification is the first this season, barely two weeks into the reality Tv show.
When asked how he feels about Beauty’s disqualification, Groovy speaking to Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, said he’s shocked and sad about the decision.
He said: “I’m sad, it’s not something I’m happy about, I’m shocked about Beauty’s eviction, the last thing I wanted was for her to leave the house.”
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