Catch up on all the biggest stories from the weekend and others that unraveled while you slept – and are still buzzing this Monday.
Toyin Abraham admits she regrets her relationship with Seun Egbegbe
Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham was Ebuka Obi-Uchendu’s guest on live interview show, Rubbin’ Minds where she bared it all on her past.
Toyin Abraham who was in a relationship with the filmmaker and alleged fraudster, Seun Egbegbe tearfully revealed the pains that come with constantly being linked to the Egbegbe, even after years of parting ways with him.
Comedian, I Go Dye builds luxury mansion for mum
In an Instagram post celebrating his mother for her support and timeless love, stand-up comedian I Go Dye unveiled photos of a mansion he has successfully built for her.
The mansion which he calls Golden Eyes, a name he picked since childhood, is located in his hometown in Delta.
Time mismanagement mars a successful wrap for One Africa Music Fest
Major headliner, Jidenna was unable to perform at the 2017 London edition of Africa’s biggest music festival.
The show which was billed to start at 7pm had a delayed start and with a very long line of artistes to show, the event could not exactly go as planned as some artistes had to give rushed performances while for others, it was no show.
Owners of venue, SSE Arena pulled the plug on the show at the time that must have been specified and agreed upon with organisers, leaving Banky W in darkness on stage as he was set to perform one final song.
Jidenna addressed the situation in an instructive video shared on Instagram.
'If we truly believe it's our time, then we must be ON time' | Jidenna apologises for not performing at #oneafricamusicfestlondon From @jidenna – Cheers to the artists and organizers of #OneAfrica! I was supposed to perform 2night but the show was cut off as I waited backstage. I'm disappointed that London wasn't able to see me 2night. Regardless of whose to blame, to make this our time we must be on time #OneAfrica
Ludacris and Vanessa Hudgens to host 2017 Billboard Music Awards
For the fourth year in a row, rapper Ludacris will be hosting the Billboard Music Awards.
This time, he will be joined by first-time host, Vanessa Hudgens who is set to replace last year’s co-host, Ciara.
The 2017 Billboard Music Awards will hold next Sunday, 21 May at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas.