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Here’s everything you missed in entertainment yesterday and others that unravelled while you slept – and are still buzzing today.

Universal Music Group unveils Burna Boy as the latest signing

Burna Boy (Instagram/burnaboygram)

In a post on their Instagram page on June 19, the international label wrote: ‘New Deal Alert… Proud to welcome Burna  Boy to the #UMPG family’.


Linda Ikeji says she’s interested in making special kind of Nollywood films

Linda Ikeji TV (Instagram/lindaikejitv)

In an interview with Business Insider, celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji says: “seeing your dream come to reality is one of the best feelings in the world.”

Then, when asked how much it cost to set up Linda Ikeji TV she says, “About half a billion naira.” Then adds, “I want to make movies completely different movies from what you have seen. My vision for our movies is totally different from what Nigeria currently produces, so I am not ready for movies now.”


Disney will fund Sky News for 15 years

Disney has offered to fund Sky News for 15 years and not sell the property without regulators’ permission, according to a statement from the U.K. Secretary for digital, culture, media and sport with revised merger conditions offered by 21st Century Fox, which is trying to acquire the British broadcaster for $15 million.

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