Entertainment Roundup: Banky W and Adesua Etomi’s star-studded wedding; $20m herpes suit against Usher dismissed | More stories

Catch up on the biggest entertainment news from the weekend, which are still buzzing this Monday morning.

#BAAD2017: Banky W and Adesua Etomi’s star-studded wedding

It is easily and unarguably the wedding of the year.

The wedding between Banky W and his actress beau, Adesua Etomi was the talk of the weekend attracting the biggest names from different industries.

Music stars, actresses, politicians, popular clerics were present at the ceremony.

Some of those who attended include Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Skales, CDQ, Masterkraft, MI, Lynxx, Tony Rapu, Abdulmumin Jibrin, Debola Williams among others.

Accuser drops $20m herpes suit against Usher

Laura Helm, a woman who accused singer Usher Raymond of infecting her with herpes has dropped the $20m lawsuit against him.

Helm had asked that the court award her $20 million after she alleged that Usher had unprotected sex with her and gave her herpes.

According to TMZ, Helm, however, told someone over the phone that she had only protected sex with the superstar.

Helm’s lawyer had withdrawn from the case while her new attorney has filed that the case be dismissed.

Was the fight between Wizkid and David’s team caused by Tekno?

New reports have emerged about what led to the right between Wizkid and Daviso’s team at the One Africa Music Fest in Dubai.

Reports have stated that the cause of the fracas had to do with Tekno and Wizkid’s manager Sunday Are.

It was reported that after Tekno’s performance, he approached Wizkid and his entourage backstage.

He was said to have stretched his hand towards Sunday Are but the veteran talent manager punched him for showing disrespect.

Davido later took to Twitter to express his support for Tekno.

#TeeDkd17: Actor Daniel K Daniel gets married to his sweetheart

Actor Daniel K Daniel got married to his sweetheart, beauty blogger Tina during the weekend.

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