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Afro Diaspora Influential Awards set for July 2019

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VVIPs Sons Presents The Afro Diaspora Influential Awards 2019, Theme Recognising and rewarding the most outstanding Africans in the Diaspora scheduled on July 27th 2019 at Good Morning Hotel, Malmo . The event celebrates the most influential Africans in the Diaspora, a fashion show with show cases from reknown fashion designers Joe Malaika and Alecool and dont miss the after party too

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The idea is to mainly inspire the youth to work hard to achieve their dreams as well as the whole African community to get more involved in society as well as not forget their roots and values, reward those that have done well and encourage them to work harder. Also to bring the African community together as one, motivate them and encourage them.

Baraka sebise, ceo and founder of vvipsons. Born in Congo and raised in Uganda, moved to Sweden in 2013. Holds a bachelors degree in Human Resource management ,has worked in a metal industry and currently employed at a high specialized rehabilitation clinic for patients suffering from backbone injuries which has given him a great experience of seeing the phrase “from grass to grace” become a reality by putting in the effort to achieve the goals.

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Salvador Checks Apass and Ykee Benda over twitter brawl

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By Consolate Namyalo

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If you do not know about yesterday’s tweef between musicians Ykee Benda and Apass ,you are definitely living on another planet.

The two artists got into it after an exchange related to Fik Fameica’s flopped concert escalated into a battle of words between the two, pitting their fans against each other. The exchange kept going for a while, as twitter spectators had the time of their life laughing at all the banter.

Comedian Salvado doing what he does best- comedy.

Comedian Salvador however came through to challenge the two artists, asking them to give Fik Fameica respect for going all out and having the courage to put on a concert, telling them that until they put on their own concerts they should look at Fik as a teacher they need to learn from.

“My message to @IAmApass and @YkeeBenda  … until both of you do a major show… please give credit to @FFameica for going all out.. right now he is the teacher … esp you my kid bro A Pas … tusigale nga tuli bakakamu.. Do a show and let the masses judge.”

We hope this quells the situation.

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Full Figure, Evelyn Lagu exchange bitterly over Chris Johnz

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By Staff Writer 

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Faded singer Full Figure is at war again and this time with fellow singer Evelyn Lagu whom she has been exchanging words with for a week now

It is rumored that these two are fighting over man who has been juggling them and it’s non other than Luwero Soldja Chris Johnz

Sources have it that Chris Johnz has been hitting on both artists and when they learnt about it, they started beefing and exchanging words.

According to our sources, what sparked off the war was Chris Johnz going in studio with Lagu a thing he had declined doing for Full Figure

 

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Maleek Berry thrills revelers at Blankets and Wine

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Maleek Berry at Blankets and Wine

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Sunday’s Blankets and Wine event was the last of 2018, and for the thousands of fans in attendance, perhaps a case of saving the best for last. The year’s final installment of the picnic-style music festival featured British-Nigerian star Maleek Berry as the headline act, and the record producer and artiste would go on to present Ugandan Afro-beat music fans with the perfect Christmas gift.

Appearing on stage minutes after 8pm at the Lugogo Cricket Oval, the West African entertainer immediately had fans “in the zone” with teasers of some of his finest songs such Kontrol, as well as a host of other tracks he has worked on with prominent artistes including Wizkid, Davido, Wale, Fuse ODG, Runtown and Iyanya among others.

For revelers who had begun strolling through the gates as early as 2pm, this was well worth the wait. As the Tusker Malt flowed, so did the food and fun, with mats and blankets set out and fans making merry as they enjoyed performances by Mr. Mankwa, Farouq Farouq, Tamba and songstress Irene Ntale, who formed the cast of local artistes lined up to curtain raise for the main performer of the day—Maleek Berry.

When the British-Nigerian’s turn came, he did not disappoint. Exuding energy, his electric performance instantly had revelers singing and dancing along to songs like Kontrol, Been Calling and The Matter, many of which were sampled off his latest Afro-beat album, “Last Daze of Summer.” For those who had turned up at the Cricket Oval for one last Blankets and Wine show for 2018, this was a Christmas gift presented early.

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