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BBNaija: Chomzy Sets Level Two House On Fire After Dance With Groovy

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BBNaija: Chomzy has set Level Two house on fire after dancing with Groovy.

News ToGo reports that Big Brother Naija Level One housemate, Chomzy, set the Level Two house on fire on Saturday.

The BBNaija Season Seven is divided into two Houses- Level 1 and 2 and both houses only meet during the Monday Head of House game and Saturday night’s party.

It all started when Groovy, Beauty’s lover, danced with Chomzy and this led to a serious argument between both lovers.

The fight worsened and got every other housemate, Amaka, Phyna, Kess, Cyph, Ilebaye involved. Kess advised Groove to “end this type of relationship. You can’t continue like this. Is this how you want to leave your life?”

Phyna felt that Beauty is “insecure.”

And this infuriated Beauty who was held back from hitting Phyna.

Almost all the housemates tried but failed to convince Beauty to understand the fact that Chomzy “is full of life and dances with everyone” in the party.

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Davido’s Reaction When Gov Adeleke Entered The Venue Ahead Of His Wedding Left Many Surprised (VIDEO)

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Famous Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, aka has reacted in excitement as he praised Osun State Governor Ademola Adeleke.

News ToGo reports that the popular singer who was elegantly dressed hailed Adeleke as the future president of Nigeria.

This remark came during a meeting between the two ahead of Davido’s highly anticipated wedding with his lover, Chioma.

In a video clip, Davido, preparing for his wedding, prostrated and greeted the Governor calling him “Future President.” Davido is set to marry his longtime girlfriend today.

Davido actively supported Governor Adeleke, who is his uncle, during the last governorship election in Osun State. Currently, Adeleke is serving his first term as the Governor of Osun State.

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Introducing the Latest Hit Song “Ifeoma” by Joseph Uzoka Chuks, Known as Ikewhiteangel

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Introducing the Latest Hit Song "Ifeoma" by Joseph Uzoka Chuks, Known as Ikewhiteangel

Celebrated artist and musician, Joseph Uzoka Chuks, widely recognized as Ikewhiteangel, is back with a sensational new track titled “Ifeoma.”

News ToGo reports that following the incredible success of his previous hit song, “Crazy,” which took the music scene by storm in Uganda, Tanzania, and numerous other African countries, Ikewhiteangel is ready to captivate audiences once again.

“Ifeoma” is an irresistible anthem that delves into the intensity of an unrequited love for a girl, as the artist expresses his earnest yearning to move beyond the boundaries of a mere friendship. With its infectious beats and captivating melodies, this track is set to become an instant crowd-pleaser.

Produced by the talented duo of Joebizzness and KenBaze, the song boasts a seamless fusion of captivating rhythms and heartfelt lyrics that resonate deeply with listeners. The combination of Ikewhiteangel’s soulful vocals and the distinctive production style makes “Ifeoma” a musical masterpiece.

In an industry that demands constant innovation, ikewhiteangel stands out as an artist who consistently delivers exceptional performances and creates music that touches the hearts of his fans. Drawing inspiration from his own experiences and the world around him, he has crafted yet another remarkable hit that is bound to enthrall both existing fans and newcomers.

With the release of “Ifeoma,” Ikewhiteangel invites music enthusiasts to immerse themselves in a journey filled with love, passion, and longing. This track showcases his versatility as an artist and his ability to connect with audiences on a profound level.

To experience the magic of “Ifeoma,” make sure to listen on all major streaming platforms. Follow Ikewhiteangel on social media for updates and exclusive content.

Listen Here: https://songwhip.com/ikewhiteangel/ifeoma

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Davido Sends Message To Rema After He Cancelled All His Coming Shows

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Nigerian award-winning singer, Davido, has expressed concern for his colleague, Daniel Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, over the choice of taking a break from music.

News ToGo reports that Rema, in a terse statement via his Instagram page on Wednesday, canceled all engagements for December to focus on his health, noting that during his years of touring, he had ignored his health and it was time to recuperate.

He wrote, “Breaks my heart to say that I won’t be performing anywhere this December. Been years of touring I’ve ignored my health & I need time to recuperate. 2024 we go again love.”

Reacting, Davido, in a post via Instagram, applauded Rema for exceeding expectations and making Africa proud, acknowledging the challenges of their profession.

He wrote: “The job ain’t easy…physically and mentally!! You’ve done Africa and the world proud beyond expectations. Get some rest king @heisrema come back stronger.”

Meanwhile, Rema has addressed allegations of using ‘satanic/Illuminati’ symbols while performing on stage at his headline concert at London’s 02 Arena on November 14, 2023.

Rema sold out the 20,000-capacity 02 Arena, joining his senior colleagues, Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy, and Asake, as the only Africans to sell out the world’s busiest music arena.

Rema’s entrance to the stage involved riding a horse while clothed in a black robe and adorned with a red mask.

He made a second entrance riding a bat with red eyes, and these choices, along with the overall design of the concert stage, led some fans to conclude that Rema was promoting ‘Illuminati’ in his art.

Reacting via his X (formerly Twitter) handle, the Edo-born superstar explained that Edo culture inspired his choice of imagery.

According to the singer, the artificial horse he rode on stage with was a replica of a Benin artifact, and his mask was a replica of the famous Queen Idia mask.

He added that the artificial bat he rode on stage during his second appearance was a homage to the bats that fly in the Edo night sky.

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