It’s Mon-yay! We might be the only ones who get excited about Mondays and that’s because we get to bring you up to speed on everything you missed in entertainment through the weekend. Plus the ones that unraveled while you slept through Sunday night.
Justin Timberlake to perform at the 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show
In a hilarious announcement featuring Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake has announced he will be performing at the halftime show of the 2018 Super Bowl.
I DO have the time. Half the time…#PepsiHalftime #SBLII @Pepsi @NFL @JimmyFallon @FallonTonight pic.twitter.com/4Z4Dz29l3X
— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) October 23, 2017
This comes 14 years after his first Super Bowl outing where he performed alongside Janet Jackson and gave the world that infamous moment that signaled the beginning of the end of Janet Jackson’s career.
After Timberlake ripped the cloth off Janet Jackson exposing her boobs to the world while they performed, Jackson got banned from the Super Bowl stage.
Anyone else wondering what Timberlake has up his sleeve this time.
The Super Bowl will hold on 4 February 2018 in Minneapolis.
Toyin Abraham loses dad
Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham has announced the passing of her father.
She took to Instagram to share a collage of his pictures with the caption “GOODNIGHT DADDY??????”
Hey rappers! MI says “fix up your life”
Don’t we all need to fix up our lives?
But this is a call to those who find themselves in the rap genre in Nigeria.
Choc city rapper, MI Abaga released a new single “You rappers should fix up your life” where he addresses the criticisms that have recently followed rappers who have resorted to “singing just to get popular”.
MI accuses rappers of “underperforming” and making it impossible for him to retire because no one is worthy taking his place.
Listen to MI’s rant here:
Then MI is trying to get Nas to fix up…
Or pay a million dollars in damages for breaching a contract.
Yes, Chocolate City has filed a lawsuit in New York state Supreme Court against American rapper, Nas for failing to deliver on a verse that would have ended up on a collaborative track between he and MI in 2013.
Of course it never happened as Nas didn’t meet up to expectations on the verse after receiving $50,000 in payment.
According to the suit, Nas was to name drop some of these topics on the verse, “M.I, Chocolate City, Nigeria, Queens, New York, Mandela, Trayvon Martin, and the struggles of Africans and African Americans” but did not.
The delivered content was returned so Nas could fix it up but 4 years after, no word has been heard from the rapper.
Choc city is also asking for a $50,000 refund.
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