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Davido, Black Panther and more win at 2018 BET Awards

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Screen Shot 2018 06 25 at 10.31.04 AM LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 24: Davido accepts Best International Act onstage at the 2018 BET Awards at Microsoft Theater on June 24, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images for BET/AFP[/caption] The winners of the 2018 BET Awards were revealed Sunday night in Los Angeles. Nigerian pop star Davido won Best International Act on Sunday at the BET Awards and urged greater collaborations between US and African musicians.

Davido, 25, thanked his listeners in Nigeria and said that Africa as a continent “has been so blessed.” Black Panther took the award for best movie, while SZA walked home with the best new artist award. Beyonce and Bruno Mars took home best R&B/pop artist honors, while Tiffany Haddish and Chadwick Boseman were named best actress and actor, respectively. In addition, R&B singer Anita Baker was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award, while six people were selected to receive the Humanitarian Award: Waffle House hero James Shaw Jr.; March for Our Lives speaker Naomi Wadler; National Student Walk-Out Day participant Justin Blackmon; journalist Shaun King; Parkland, Florida, hero Anthony Borges; and Mamoudou Gassama, the man who saved a 4-year-old by climbing a set of balconies like Spider-Man in Paris.

— Video of the year: Drake

— Best male R&B/pop artist: Bruno Mars

— Best female R&B/pop Artist: Beyonce

— Best male hip hop artist: Kendrick Lamar

— Best female hip hop artist: Cardi B

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— Best new artist: SZA

— Album of the year: “DAMN.” Kendrick Lamar

— Best group: Migos

— Best gospel/inspirational award: Lecrae featuring Tori Kelly

— Best collaboration: DJ Khaled, Rihanna and Bryson Tiller, “Wild Thoughts”

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— YoungStars award: Yara Shahidi

— Viewers’ choice award: Cardi B, “Bodak Yellow”

— Video director of the year: Ava DuVernay

— Best actor: Chadwick Boseman

— Best actress: Tiffany Haddish

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— Best movie: “Black Panther”

— Sportswoman of the year: Serena Williams

— Sportsman of the year: LeBron James

— Humanitarian award: Naomi Wadler, Mamoudou Gassama, Justin Blackman, Shaun King, Anthony Borges and James Shaw Jr.

— Lifetime achievement award: Anita Baker

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— Ultimate Icon Award: Debra Lee

— BET HER award: Mary J. Blige

— Best international act: Davido (Nigeria) ]]>

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I Will Soon Release A Campaign For Bawumia – Diana Asamoah

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Contemporary Ghanaian Gospel singer/songwriter, Diana Asamoah has hinted at releasing a campaign song for the newly elected Flagbearer of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr Mahamudu Bawumia. (more…)

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I Was Once A Pupil Teacher – Diana Asamoah Reveals 

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Ghanaian gospel music sensation, Diana Asamoah, has revealed that she was once a pupils teacher before venturing into music. (more…)

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Hunger forced me to record some songs I’m not proud of — Ofori Amponsah

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Famed Ghanaian Highlife musician, Ofori Amponsah has recently opened up about the struggles he faced in his career, revealing that hunger had compelled him to record songs he now regrets putting out.  (more…)

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Momo Agents To Limit Cash Withdrawals To GHC 1,000 Per Transaction From Dec 1

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As part of an effort to ensure fair compensation for dedicated agents, four mobile money agents associations in Ghana have decided to limit cashouts to GHS1,000 maximum per transaction. (more…)

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Lilwin shares results to dispel rumors of poor performance by his students in the 2023 B.E.C.E

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Award-winning Kumawood actor, Nkansah Lilwin has dismissed rumours about poor performance by students of his Great Minds International School in the 2023 Basic Education Certificate Examination (B.E.C.E). (more…)

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Only the strong will survive the mental battle on social media- Sarkodie

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, widely known as Sarkodie, has shared his perspective on the challenges celebrities and other individuals face by using social media platforms, specifically on the issue of cyberbullying. (more…)

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