Entertainment Roundup: Davido to launch scholarship program | Adekunle Gold considering legal action against bloggers | More Stories

Entertainment Roundup

Here are some stories from yesterday and others that unraveled while you slept – and are now buzzing this morning in today’s Entertainment Roundup.

Entertainment Roundup

Davido to set up an educational scholarship program

Davido has announced plans to set up an education scholarship program.

Named after his late mum who was an educationist, the Veronica Adeleke Education Scholarship program will involve Davido sending people to school every year.

He plans to kick off the program with 4 students this year.

He made this known via an Instagram post on Tuesday. 

See what he posted;



Adekunle Gold considering legal action against bloggers

Yesterday we told you RMD might be slapping a corporate body with a legal suit for copyright infringement.

Well, Adekunle Gold might be turning to the law for justice after some bloggers who had no regard for his copyright uploaded his new Gold album for free on their websites.

The YBNL singer released his album on ITunes on Monday night a few days before the expected date and a concerned fan called the attention of the singer on twitter to the devious action taken by these bloggers, urging him to take legal action against them.

Adekunle then replied the fan saying his team are ‘on it’.

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Alibaba predicts a TeeBillz and Tiwa Savage reunion

Ace comedian, Alibaba firmly believes that things will soon return to normal between estranged celebrity couple – TeeBillz and Tiwa Savage.

Claiming he predicted Psquare’s reunion, the comic wrote in an Instagram post on Tuesday night that he also feels his prediction about TeeBillz and Tiwa will come to pass.



Koffi Olomide from DR Congo and dancers of the Quarter Latin group, perform 30 April 2005 at the Iba Mar Diop stadium in Dakar

Koffi Olomide sentence to one year in prison

Popular Congolese musician Koffi Olomide is going to be spending a year behind bars after he assaulted a lady at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Kenya over the weekend.

The singer was deported from the country with immediate effect and upon his return home, he was arrested, charged with assault and battery and sentenced to one year in prison, according to BBC.




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