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Bob Manuel Udokwu and Tourism Queen, Sharon Anya Conferred Chieftaincy Titles

During the just concluded annual Eri Festival in Anambra State, Nollywood actor, Bob-Manuel Udoku and current Miss Tourism, Nigeria, Queen Anya were honoured with...

Drone crash causes Hollywood electricity blackout

Police are hunting for a drone operator who caused an electricity blackout in West Hollywood, California.The aircraft had knocked a powerline to the ground.

New Video Alert: Karma ft. Olamide – Islander

Nigerian rapper, Olumide Harding recently released the music video to his latest single 'Islander' featuring Olamide. Harding is also known as 'Karma'.

BET Awards 2015: Diddy, Lil Kim, Others, Celebrate Bad Boy Records At 20

Lil Kim joined Diddy, Mase,Faith Evans and 112 for a Bad Boy Records reunion performance at the BET Awards,Sunday,where the group performed a number of hits

Here's The Bit*h That Has Rihanna's Money

Our suspicions were confirmed Sunday night (June 28), when Rihanna debuted the trailer for her new video “Bitch Better Have My Money " . . .

2015 BET Awards Winner’s List

Music fans from all over gathered around the television to watch the 2015 BET Awards on Sunday night (June 28); with performance from Chris Brown, Diddy...

Eurosport Wins Olympic TV Rights For Europe

The European television rights for the Olympic Games have been awarded to Eurosport and its parent channel in a 1.3bn euros (£922m) deal . . .

Chibok Girls 'Forced To Join Nigeria's Boko Haram'

Two-hundred-and-nineteen schoolgirls from Chibok, are still missing, more than a year after they were kidnapped from their school in northern Nigeria . . .

Bobbi Kristina Brown Gets Visit From Family

Family members of Bobbi Kristina Brown floated in and out of an Atlanta-area hospice care facility Thursday where the young woman was recently moved to.

Record Heat Expected For Northwest, Aready Parched By Drought

Summer is wasting no time and continued Saturday to bake the Northwest, threatening a second day of record-setting 100-degree-plus temperatures. . .