Here are some stories from yesterday and others that unravelled while you slept – and are now buzzing this morning in today’s Entertainment Roundup.
I was kidnapped, not arrested – Nollywood actor, Kalu Ikeagwu
Nollywood actor, Kalu Ikeagwu has debunked rumours that he was arrested for robbery and murder.
Ikeagwu said he was kidnapped by “earring wearing men posing as policemen.”
The actor said he was whisked away and was not allowed the enter the police station or write a statement, as the purported policemen kept changing the allegations from robbery to fraud and then murder.
Jay Z wins N2b lawsuit over Roc-A-Fella logo
Jay Z has won a lawsuit filed against him and his former partner, Damon Dash by a New York designer, Dwayne Walker, which would have seen the rapper cough out $7m (N2b).
The designer had claimed that he designed the artwork for the Roc-A-Fella logo in 1995.
Jay Z and his associates however denied Walker’s claim, saying that the logo was designed by an in-house art director.
The judge, however strike out the suit, citing inadequate evidences.
Nollywood actor, Kenneth Okonkwo gets a doctorate degree
Nollywood actor, Kenneth Okonkwo has been awarded a doctorate degree, adding to his already impressive academic qualifications.
The actor who is also a lawyer was presented his award of Professional Fellowship Doctorate in Abuja by the President of the Institute of Chartered Economists of Nigeria.
Okonkwo is also a motivational speaker and politician.
Kevin Hart tops Forbes highest-paid comedians list
Kevin Hart is the highest paid comedian in the world, according to the latest list of highest paid comedians by Forbes.
According to Forbes, Hart earned a reported $87.5 million between June 1, 2015 and June 1, 2016.
His earnings come from featuring in blockbuster comic movies like Ride Along, The Wedding Ringer and Central Intelligence.
Hart is also touring cities in the US, organizing sell-out in stadiums and arenas.