Here’s everything you missed in entertainment yesterday and others that unravelled while you slept – and are still buzzing today.
Yul Edochie says “there’s no love anywhere, not only in Nollywood”
“They say there’s no love in Nollywood. I laugh. Brethren there’s no love anywhere, not only in Nollywood. The world is tough, it’s a jungle out here. My advice: Don’t wait for anyone to love you, love yourself, help yourself. Work hard, pray & do what’s right in the sight of God,” he tweeted.
Kehinde Bankole to feature as lead actor in ‘Queen Moremi the musical’
Kehinde Bankole has been chosen to act as Queen Moremi in the stage play – produced by House of Oduduwa Foundation and Bolanle Austen Peters.
‘Queen Moremi the musical’ also features Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Bimbo Manuel, Kunle Afolayan, Gbenga Titiloye, Bam Bam, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Femi Branch, Kehinde Bankole, Rotimi Adelegan, Deyemi Okanlawon and Ayoola Ayolola.
We now know who the father of Linda Ikeji’s son is…
She released her son’s – Jayce – photos on Instagram and the identity of the father – Sholaye Jeremi.
However, she says he is a closed chapter in her life now.
Some news for Friday yeah?
Kanye rekindles beef with Drake
Kanye West tweeted a screenshot of a text message he received alleging that Drake was looking to clear “Say What’s Real,” a Kanye-sampling song from 2009’s So Far Gone.
It’s unclear why Drake was supposedly seeking the sample clearance. Kanye then wrote a series of tweets demanding an apology from Drake, thus reigniting their feud from earlier this year.
In his initial series of tweets, Kanye referenced an apparent diss from Drake that leaked earlier this year and Drake’s supposed role in the incident at Pusha-T’s Toronto show. Shortly after, Kanye tweeted that Drake called, adding, “Mission accomplished.” He added that he will not clear the sample.
Then later, Kanye started again with what would ultimately amount to dozens of individual tweets aimed at Drake.