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Singer Rose May Alaba Urge Female Singers to Support Each Other More

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Singer Rose May Alaba Urge Female Singers to Support Each Other More

Rose May Alaba, an Austrian-Nigerian singer, has spoken out for more female artist collaboration.

More often than not, she pointed out, female artists work in collaboration with men artists.

Alaba recently stated, “Female artists should support each other way more,” on the Hip TV program Trending.

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Female artists should support each other way more.

“We always have collaborations with men but what about collaborating with each other? Collaborating with each other would even help us more. Well, it may take time because female artists are only just starting to get recognition.

“Personally, I think men collaborate more because they are more open than women. We should try and change that by complementing each other,” She continued.

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Why I Wept – ID Cabasa On Olamide’s Departure From His Record Label

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Veteran music executive and record producer Olumide Ogunade, better known by his stage name ID Cabasa, recently shared the story of Olamide, a former signee of his label Coded Tunes, quitting.

Cabasa revealed during his appearance on the “Afrobeats Podcast” that he cried while Olamide was leaving.

He claimed that, despite his best efforts to convince Olamide to stay, he was granted permission to depart.

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He expressed, “Olamide was 13 years old when I met him. He came to my studio with a friend who wanted to feature him on a song. His friend was not good musically. Olamide was quiet and unassuming. I gave him a beat, and he did 16 bars that changed everything. Olamide became more like a son to me.

“When he was about to leave my record label, we sat down to discuss it. It was painful to me. It wasn’t the pain of not wanting him to progress; it was the pain of seeing someone you love leave. I cried.

“I said, ‘Olamide, you should’ve waited o!’ He said, ‘Bros, I want to do something, and I’m sure, by your code, we might not be able to do some of them.’ We didn’t have a fight. I gave him my full blessings.”

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My Wife and Her Friends Attacked And Flogged Me at Home – Oritsefemi

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My Wife and Her Friends Attacked And Flogged Me at Home – Oritsefemi

During their marriage breakdown, well-known musician Oritsefemi has claimed that his wife, Nabila Fash, called her friends over to their house so they could beat him up.

He claimed that the women, who were perhaps twenty in number, physically and verbally attacked him.

This was revealed by the “Double Wahala” hitmaker in an open conversation with media figure Chude Jideonwo.

Oritsefemi claimed that he had bad luck in marriages, citing his first wife’s separation from him after he had sponsored her to move to Dubai.

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“My wife [Nabila Fash] asked her friends to come and beat me up in my house. I said, ‘Look at me o; a whole me, lion na he women dey pursue.’ They were about 20. They dealt with me. I’m not lying,” he said.

It should be noted that Oritsefemi and Nabila Fash’s marriage fell apart in 2022 after Fash accused the singer of constant infidelity.

Due to adultery and domestic abuse, Fash formally filed for divorce from Oritsefemi in October 2022.

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Mohbad’s Father Reacts After Hearing Autopsy The Report

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Mr. Joseph Aloba, the father of Mohbad, breaks down in tears on Tiktok during the public presentation of the pathologist’s report on his son’s death.

The pathologist eventually addressed the issue after more than seven months of waiting for the autopsy results.

Sadly, he disclosed that the body had already begun to disintegrate before the autopsy started, making it impossible to determine the cause of death.

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Mohbad’s father was present to hear

the release, but he left the room because he could not stand to watch how the process was being performed.

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