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Rihanna’s home in Hollywood broken into… 2nd Time This Year

Rihanna’s  house was broken into again this week — the second time someone unlawfully entered this year. Police responded to RiRi’s Hollywood Hills home late Tuesday night after an alarm went off around 10:30 PM PT. According to KCBS … neighbors told police they saw the suspects fleeing in a silver vehicle after the alarm […]

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Robyn "Rihanna" Fenty

Robyn “Rihanna” Fenty

Rihanna’s  house was broken into again this week — the second time someone unlawfully entered this year.

Police responded to RiRi’s Hollywood Hills home late Tuesday night after an alarm went off around 10:30 PM PT. According to KCBS … neighbors told police they saw the suspects fleeing in a silver vehicle after the alarm was triggered. It’s unclear if anything was taken from inside — police say it also doesn’t appear that Rihanna was home at the time of the incident.

This is the second break-in and third time police have responded to Rihanna’s home in force this year — all over a 4-month time span.

Her house was burglarized in May, when a man had spent the night. He allegedly told cops he was waiting to have sex with the singer. The suspect was charged with felony stalking and burglary shortly after.

And, you’ll recall … cops swarmed Rihanna’s house just last month after her alarm was accidentally triggered. It was a massive presence then … just like it was Tuesday.

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Looks like her alarm system got it right this time around. Time to follow in Kendall’s footsteps, Ri?

Source: TMZ

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I was going through some hard times – Camidoh addresses fan concerns over his marijuana use

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Ghanaian singer Camidoh has addressed fan concerns about a video circulating online that shows him smoking weed (marijuana). (more…)

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I wasn’t discovered by Dr Pounds or Castro – Kofi Kinaata

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Celebrated Ghanaian songwriter and rapper, Martin King Arthur best known as Kofi Kinaata has expressed gratitude to individuals who supported his music career but says none of them discovered him. (more…)

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I didn’t compose ‘Go High’ for NPP; They paid for copyright and used it – Philipa Baafi

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During the 2008 general elections, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) favored her hit song Go High. However, Ghanaian gospel musician, Philipa Baafi has clarified that the song was not created specifically for the political party. (more…)

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Team Eternity Ghana accused of copyright infringement over hit song “Defe Defe”

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Ghanaian gospel collective Team Eternity Ghana has been accused of copyright infringement by veteran producer Kwame Mickey, who alleges that their hit song “Defe Defe” samples a track by one of his artists. (more…)

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Afronitaa and Abigail receive hero’s welcome after Britain’s Got Talent success

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Ghana celebrated with immense pride as dance stars Afronitaa and Abigail received a hero’s welcome at Kotoka International Airport in Accra. (more…)

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Mr Eazi explores business and education collaboration in Rwanda

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Mr Eazi and Chantal Kagame (CEO, MTN Mobile Money Rwanda)
Mr Eazi and Chantal Kagame (CEO, MTN Mobile Money Rwanda)

Acclaimed Afrobeats artist and entrepreneur, Mr Eazi, recently visited Rwanda, engaging in several significant events and meetings.

A highlight of his visit was attending the NBA Basketball Africa League (BAL) finals between Al Ahly ly and Petro De Luanda (Champions). This event showcased the best of African basketball talent, and Mr Eazi’s presence underscored his support for the continent’s sports growth and development.

Beyond the BAL finals, Mr Eazi visited various Rwandan companies for his Choplife Gaming company. He explored potential partnerships and collaborations to expand his entrepreneurial ventures and increase his impact on African youth and the creative industry.

A key part of his visit involved meeting with the Ministry of Sports. This discussion with Minister Aurore Munyangaju, focused on potential collaborations for sports development and creating more opportunities for young people.

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Chantal Kagame (CEO, MTN Mobile Money Rwanda), Mr Eazi (CEO, Choplife Gaming), Aurore Mimosa Munyangaju (Minister of Sports, Rwanda)

Mr Eazi also engaged with the education sector to discuss potential collaborations with the Choplife Foundation. These partnerships aim to leverage Mr Eazi’s ongoing commitment to providing resources, opportunities, and platforms for deserving students in the region.

Additionally, Mr Eazi visited MTN Momo and Airtel Money, Choplife Gaming’s biggest partners in the country.

This visit is another chapter in Mr Eazi’s ongoing commitment to fostering African business and highlighting the continent’s potential.

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