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I know how she died – Self-styled Nigerian investigative journalist reacts to the death of Nicole Thea

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Self-styled nigeria investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has reacted to sudden death of YouTube star, Nicole Thea.

Kemi Olunloyo in an Instagram post blamed the late  Nicole Thea, who died with her unborn son, as the cause of her own death.

Nicole Thea died at the age of 24. The London-based influencer’s family confirmed the news on Sunday in an Instagram post, stating that Thea’s unborn son had also died.

“To all Nicole’s friends and supporters it is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Nicole and her son she and Boga named Reign sadly passed away on Saturday morning,” the statement read.
The message explained that Thea had pre-scheduled “a few YouTube videos” to upload on her channel before her death, and that her  partner, Global Boga, (whose real name is Jeffery Frimpong), had “made the decision to allow them to be aired.”
The family asked for privacy, saying “our hearts are truly broken and we are struggling to cope with what has happened.”
The cause of Thea’s death is not yet known. The former dancer was around eight months pregnant.
Kemi Olunloyo post suggests that she blamed Thea death mainly on the fact that the YouTuber was showing her pregnancy online too much. She said:

“For me it’s a personal opinion: How come so many showing their pregnant belly on this app always lose their baby and now her life? NICOLE IS DEAD!! Pregnant ladies, I believe in this destruction juju.

Stop exposing your personal pregnancy life on social media. Not everyone is happy for you. This young pregnant media personality lost her life and the baby. Her family wants privacy while most of you want to know what killed her.

This is where I come in but you now see why Investigative Journalism with no funding ends. I know how she died. It will come out later from them. “A month full of sadness, health gone and life ended” the opposite of her caption. Lord plssss watch over us. May she rest in peace”

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#WELLNESSKEMI For me it's a personal opinion: How come so many showing their pregnant belly on this app always lose their baby and now her life? NICOLE IS DEAD!! Pregnant ladies I believe in this destruction juju. Stop exposing your personal pregnancy life on social media. Not everyone is happy for you. This young pregnant media personality lost her life and the baby. Her family wants privacy while most of you want to know what killed her. This is where I come in but you now see why Investigative Journalism with no funding ends. I know how she died. It will come out later from them. "A month full of sadness, health gone and life ended" the opposite of her caption. Lord plssss watch over us. May she rest in peace💔💔💔🇬🇭 #kemitalksmemorial #DrKemiOlunloyo #kemitalkswellness🏥⚕💉

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Meanwhile, Fans reacted to her opinion as regards Nicole’s death;

One Cdorfobia: “I said the same thing. Stop copying all these white folks, they don’t have witches and wizards in their family. Always remember you’re from the midst of black people, people with black minds. RIP to her”

One Iyeowuna: “Exposing ur innocent babe to dis wicked world??? they think most barren women have only health issues? There is more to it. God help us”

One Toheeb: “it’s high time we stop copying the western way, we are Africans and we have culture, exposing pregnant belly online doesn’t make any sense… anyway I know some people will say it’s superstition but I have said what I said anyway, RIP to the dead”

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Nigerian rapper A-Q bags two nominations at the AFRIMAs

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Multi-award winning rapper Gilbert Bani known as A-Q in the music circles, has scooped up two nominations at the 2021 All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMAs). A-Q has been honored with nominations for Best African Rapper/Lyricist as well as Best Artist Duo or Group in African Hip Hop with Chike.

Celebrating musical excellence and creativity across the continent, the All African Music Awards will once again exhibit the multi-faceted and rich cultural diversity of African music.

“Thank you to everyone that has voted and will vote, Let us bring this home,” expresses A-Q.

Stream/Download GOLDEN here:  https://africori.to/golden

A-Q’s latest offering Golden was released in May 2021 this to a critical claim and followed in the step of his 2020 album God’s Engineering.

With his highly impeccable penmanship and hunger to continually push the envelope a lot can be expected from A-Q going forward. With another project earmarked to drop in the last quarter of the year.

To vote for A-Q visit http://afrima.org . Voting ends November 20th 

Connect with A-Q:

Facebook:  A-Q Nigeria’s most creative rapper (https://www.facebook.com/ThisisAQ/)

Twitter: @thisisAQ

Instagram: @thisisaq

YouTube: https://youtu.be/EOqvtqkO9Hc

Album: https://africori.to/golden

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Mona4Real wins ‘Uncovered Artist’ of the Year, her first award for music

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Mona Montrage aka Hajia4Real/ Mona4Real has received her first music award at the just ended Ghana Music Awards UK. She won the nod for Uncovered Artist of The Year.

Even though she came to the music scene not long ago, Hajia4Real has proven she is in to stay. She has so far released 4 songs and it has more than 100k views on YouTube and all music platforms.

Performing at the Ghana Music UK awards were acts like Medikal, Irene Logan, Jackie, Kofi Jamar, Hajia4Real and many more.

Hajia4Real surprised the audience with her  stage performance. For someone who is still young in the music industry, she really did well to win hearts.

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When someone dies, you now hear the wicked, hypocrite DJs playing his songs — Roo Dube vex over Nana Ampadu’s death

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Reggae artiste, Roo Dube has lambasted Ghanaian DJ’s with the accusation that they only wait for Ghanaian musicians to die before they celebrate them.

According to him, the passing of the legendary highlife musician Nana Kwame Ampadu saw almost all DJs who did not play his songs when he was alive now abusively play his songs on radio stations.

“When the artiste dies, switch to all radio stations in Ghana. You will hear of the music of the deceased.

“You mark this, if the confirmation comes that Nana Ampadu is dead, all radio stations will play his songs tomorrow. If Ghana was to be another country, the music of Nana Ampadu should be able to feed his son and grandchildren for all their lives. But it is not the case in Ghana,” Roo Dube lamented in an interview with Modernghana Entertainment.

The Reggae artist insists that radio stations and DJs in Ghana are so wicked and should even be partially blamed for the death of some of the old musicians.

“These stations don’t care about us the musicians. Ghanaian DJ’s are very wicked. If they continuously played the music of old musicians, it could even encourage people to go and donate to our musicians who may be in need of money or support one way or the other,” he stated.

Expecting radio stations in the country to play songs of Nana Ampadu on Wednesday in his memory, Roo Dube says if he was a family member of the deceased, he would have sued the radio stations playing his songs.

He stressed that it’s about time Ghanaian stations and DJs followed in the steps of Nigeria by prioritizing local music over foreign music.

He said rarely will one hear of Ghanaian music on radio stations when he or she travels to Nigeria or any other part of the world, but it is not the same in Ghana.

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Nollywood actress Halima Abubakar receives Special Award at TGAEA

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Celebrated Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar over the weekend stormed Ghana to grace the 3rd edition of the Time Ghana Arts and Entertainment Awards (TGAEA), held at the Miklin Hotel in Accra.

The Event held on Friday, September 24, by Konamah Entertainment, saw the Nigerian actress together with other receive some honour.

Halima together with Rev. Abbeam Ampomah Danso, Maame Africa Tourism they received the Special Awards for their wonderful contribution to the creative arts in Africa.

Upon receiving the award, Halima expressed his profound gratitudes to the organisers for the honour.

According to her what was bestowed on her was humbling, and wishes to be on the stage again.

The night saw many individuals who have played instrumental role in the growth of the creative arts honoured for their selfless contributions.
Halima Kano who hails from Kogi state in Nigeria, had her sojourn to Nollywood started in 2001 when she played a minor role in Rejected. Her first lead role was in Gangster Paradise.

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Takoradi “Missing Pregnant Woman” granted GH¢50,000 bail after pleading not guilty

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Twenty-eight-year-old Josephine Panyin Mensah has pleaded not guilty after being arraigned before a Takoradi Harbour Circuit Court A on Monday, September 27 and has been granted a GH¢50,000 bail with two sureties. (more…)

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Man arrested with 656 ATM cards at Kotoka International Airport

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The National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) has arrested a 42-year-old man for possessing 656 ATM cards at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA). (more…)

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