Entertainment Roundup: Paul Obazele says gay, lesbian producers rule Nollywood; Nigerian Gospel singer, St. Chika breaks World Record | More stories

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

Wizkid, Skales reunite at One Africa Music Fest


Wizkid and Skales seem to have reunited at the just concluded One Africa Music Fest in London.

You will recall that the Nigerian singers used to be close label mates under Empire Mates Entertainment (EME) until they both left the label and had their differences.

Skales took to his Instagram page to share a snap of the two of them.

Wizkid also shares his excitement:


Paul Obazele says gay, lesbian producers rule Nollywood

The Nollywood actor said this during an interview with Punch.

Obazele said, “I would not lie, we have gay producers and lesbians in the Nigerian entertainment industry and they are the people in control.

“Why are we hiding it? When I was president of the Association of Movie Producers, I was against them. Why are we pretending that it does not happen? The same way it happens in Nollywood is the same way it happens in the medical field and other fields.

“The truth be told, it happens across the board. If you mention the names of some producers, I would gladly tell you if they are gay or not; they cannot do anything to me.

“If they bring a war to me, I would take it to their doorsteps. I do not give into gossips but I have got to a place in my life when some unsolicited pieces of information come to me.

“They must tell me. I am an elder in this industry and that is why I said if you mention names, I would tell you if the person is gay or not. It does not elude us; it happens within our rank and file.


Nigerian Gospel singer, St. Chika breaks World Record

Nigerian gospel singer St. Chika has broken the Guinness World Record for the Longest Officially Released Song with his new single titled Power In The Name Of The Lord.

The former record in that category stands at 3 hours, 26 minutes, 22 seconds long by Dominican Republic rapper Henry G.

St. Chika began recording the song on Sunday, May 20 and finished on Thursday, May 24, 2018. The song lasts 4 hours, 2 minutes and 4 seconds.


Lost Voice Guy wins Britain’s Got Talent final 2018

Lost Voice Guy has taken out the title of Britain’s Got Talent on Sunday evening.

Lee Ridley, 37, beat out 10 other acts to claim the top spot at the Hammersmith Apollo on June 3.

All four judges, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams were all floored by their finale performance.

Lost Voice Guy will now be performing for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show, as well as £250,000.

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