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I pray my daughter don’t go through what I do with different women – Rapper Meek Mills

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American rapper, Meek Mill has sparked reactions from fans following a post he made via his Instagram account.

The father of three appeared to have drew inspiration from the lyrics of a song by a colleague, Lil Durk.

In the lyrics which accompanied Mill’s caption, the rapper prayed for his unborn daughter not to go through the same experiences he had with women and some men.

“I pray my daughter don’t go thru what I do with different women “and I’m talking about “different niggas”

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‘Davido is more important to the music industry than Wizkid.’

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A Nigerian man sparked a conversation between fans of two music industry favourites on social media recently.



According to Brian, in a post which he shared on Twitter, Davido was more important to the industry than his colleague, Wizkid.

Even though he did not state the yardstick for measurement, fans of both singers trooped out to defend their faves.

He wrote:

“Davido is more important to the music industry than Wizkid.”

See his tweet below:

Fans of both singers took to the comment section to express their opinion about the revelation.

See some comments below;

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“Still feels like yesterday” – Read Stella Damasus’ Tribute to Jaiye Aboderin 16 Years After His Sad Passing

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Nollywood veteran Stella Damasus and her daughter Izzy Belle are remembering and paying tribute to their late husband and father Jaiyejeje Aboderin 16 years after his death.


The mother and daughter shared photos of themselves wearing matching outfits with Jaiye’s photo, and poured out their hearts in the caption.

According to Stella Damascus,

It’s been 16 years since we lost my hubby JAIYEJEJE ABODERIN. Still feels like yesterday. I wasn’t sure I could bring myself to write this but I need to. Our daughters are 21 and 18 now, all grown up. They decided to do something different this year to honor him. We all miss him and talk about him daily. Jay is not the kind of man that you forget. I smile each time I remember or talk about him because that’s what he represented to all who knew him. He brought joy, happiness, comfort and support to all. I cry sometimes because I wish he could have spent more time with us. But God knows best. Anyone who has lost a spouse will understand what I mean. JAY will never be forgotten. His legacy lives on. No matter where we go or who we become, he will always be in our hearts. Rest in peace Obim. #RIP #jaiyejejeAboderin

Izzy Belle wrote,

16 years ago today, I lost someone very important to me. At the time, I didn’t fully understand the concept of death and didn’t realize that my father wasn’t coming back from heaven. This really affected me in my later years, and every December, it felt like I lost him over again. But in these same years, I heard many more wonderful stories about him and how much he was celebrated, especially after he passed away. I finally understood why God couldn’t wait to take him up to heaven; because he wasn’t just an extremely amazing human being. He was an angel. So this year, we celebrate the life of my late father. Daddy, you will forever be in our hearts. Rest in perfect peace. 🙏🏽🙏🏽❤️❤️💕💕 #rip #daddy

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Davido shows off his cooking skills as he joins his sister in the kitchen

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Nigerian singer, Davido has proven that apart from making music he is also a good chef as he uses late mom’s recipe in the kitchen.


Davido shows off his cooking skills


The self-styled Omo Baba Olowo was recently a guest on his older sister’s cooking show, Diary of An Inner Fat Girl, during which they did a lot of catching up.

Davido said when his sister informed him that he was coming on the show, the only recipe that came to his mind was one that his late mom used to make.

According to the singer, his mom used to make ‘plantain and cut-cut stew’ and he really loved it.

In the video, the FEM crooner could be seen working his way around croaker fish as he was assisted by his sister who monitored the seasoning process.

Speaking during the cooking show, he used the opportunity to also reveal that he does not really enjoy spicy food just like his dad.

Sharing the video on Instagram, an excited Sharon appreciated God for giving her the opportunity to do what she loves and also thanked her superstar brother for joining her despite his busy schedule.

In her words, “I’m so grateful to God that I get to do what I love and I get to share these moments with the people I love. My brother @davido took time out of his schedule to join me on the new episode of Diary of An Inner Fat Girl.”

Below is a short Instagram video;

You can watch the full YouTube video below:

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