Here’s everything you missed in entertainment yesterday and others that unravelled while you slept – and are still buzzing today.
Another Nigerian actor says politics is already a thought
Segun Arinze, 53, said on “Star Chat” on Legit.ng, “for politics keep your fingers crossed because that’s something I’ll be thinking about… I may not be running for political office or elective office, I may be working at the background but I know for sure that I’ll be definitely involved in politics and if it comes into the issue of running for elective office then why not.”
You will want to see how Davido reacted to Peruzzi’s leaked bedroom video
Davido posted a mock-snap saying, “Welcome to the club bro…don’t let these girls sleepover bro, I told you.”
This is coming a few hours after a video of Peruzzi being recorded by one Tobi Jacobs entered our timelines.
Well, he had suffered a similar fate.
Harvey Attorney says ‘many of these women have lied’
Weinstein’s attorney, Ben Brafman blasted the Manhattan D.A.’s office Wednesday, arguing that prosecutors brought a flawed case in haste due to public pressure.
Brafman sent a letter to Judge James Burke, who is scheduled to hear a motion to dismiss the case next week. In it, he responded to Assistant D.A. Kevin Wilson, who accused Brafman last week of seeking to try the case in the press. Brafman argued that the New York Police Department had used the media to publicly clamour for Weinstein’s arrest, and had subjected him to a public perp walk.
Brafman has released email exchanges between Weinstein and the two women whose allegations are the subject of the criminal case saying, “for the most part, these extraordinary emails suggest, beyond question, that many of these women have lied in making their complaints against Mr Weinstein.”
‘Aquaman’ sets pre-sales record
“Aquaman” has set a pre-sales record for Atom Tickets, topping “Deadpool 2,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” and “Black Panther.”
“Clearly, ‘Aquaman’ has captured the attention of movie fans with its larger-than-life adventure that must be seen on the big screen,” Atom Tickets co-founder and chairman Matthew Bakal said.