Entertainment Roundup: Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya has passed on; Adekunle Gold unveils new band, The 79th Element | More stories

Here are the biggest stories from yesterday and others that unraveled while you slept and are still buzzing on Entertainment Roundup this Thursday morning.

Nollywood actress, Moji Olaiya is dead

The Nollywood actress popular for her roles in numerous Yoruba movies and Wale Adenuga’s ‘No Pain, No Gain’ has passed on at the age of 42.

Moji Olaiya reportedly died of a heart attack two months after she welcomed a baby in Canada.

She was the daughter of veteran musician, Victor Olaiya.


Adekunle Gold unveils new band, 79th Element

Award-winning singer, Adekunle Gold has unveiled a major addition to his act.

The Pick Up singer took to Instagram to reveal the band, 79th Element and also briefly touched on the inspiration behind it.

79th Element comprises of a drummer, keyboardist, two guitarists and backup singers, including Adekunle Gold’s sister, Adekunbi Kosoko.


Chris Brown awarded by YouTube for hitting 10 million subscribers

Controversial singer, Chris Brown has been honoured with a YouTube Diamond Play Button.

The honor is given to YouTube channels with 10 million subscribers, a number which Brown recently hit.

Breezy joins the list of artists, Rihanna, Eminem, Taylor Swift, Wiz Khalifa and Nicki Minaj who have received the award.

He received a letter from YouTube CEO, Susan Wojcicki officially inducting him into the Diamond Club.


Falz the bahd guy appears on Arsenal TV

The rapper who recently performed at the One Africa Music Fest in London is clearly still in town.

Falz was a guest on the fan-dedicated YouTube football channel, Arsenal TV just after a match between the team and Sunderland.

Falz stuck to his hilarious character for which he is most loved as he gave his opinion on the game alongside other guests.


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