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Nick Cannon Reportedly Refuses To Divorce Mariah Carey



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Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon

Mariah Carey wants a divorce and wants it badly, but Nick Cannon will not cooperate … TMZ has learned.

Sources connected with the former couple tell TMZ … Mariah has been trying to get Nick to sign off for nearly a year, but he just won’t do it and won’t say why. The couple separated in August 2014 and Nick filed in December of that year.

As we reported, in December 2014 Nick and Mariah struck a property settlement agreement and they agreed to joint custody.

We’re told all of the issues have long been settled, yet Nick repeatedly has declined to sign the papers that would make the divorce official.

Our sources say Nick — even though he wanted out of the marriage — still loves Mariah and doesn’t want to officially let her go. He also doesn’t want Mariah to marry her fiance, James Packer.

Our sources say Mariah is frustrated and not flattered at all. She wants out … and now.

Source: TMZ.com

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Photos: Singer Faymous pays visits to late Radio, blessed mother



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By Reporter

Many could have forgotten about thr kate singer Mowzey Radio but fast rising Faymous is not among. Faymous of the Kigwo fame over the weekend paid a visit to the home of the late singer Radio and paid his last respects.

Faymous also had a chat woth the late’s mother and also aided her home with house hold items and some upkeep.

We captured some of the moments here

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PHOTOS: Rappers Fresh Kid and Felista to study online thanks to Rajiv Ruparelia



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By Staff Writer

The COVID 19 pandemic has been a pain for many if not all. Businesses are suffering, ordinary people too, and so is most of the world. This also includes children that need to go to school and get educated to build their future but they just cannot because of the pandemic.

With online education, some kids can keep up with school using the internet and this is what has happened to young rappers Fresh Kid and Felista.

Rajiv Ruparelia Managing Director of Kampala Parents has today donated 2 Tablet computers to young music artistes Fresh Kid and Felista to help them study their classes online from Kampala Parents through Zoom communications.

The two Kids are funded by Ruparelia Foundation for their education.

Rajiv Ruparelia the Director of Kampala Parents said that he believes this will help the youngsters learn and also serve as an example to parents to embrace technology.

We believe this can be an example to parents who are now affected by the COVID19 Pandemic. This is to call upon them to embrace such technology through such gadgets. This way, our kids will go a continue with their education because we don’t know when COVID-19 will go away.

Rajiv Ruparelia

All the best to the young rappers. We wish them the best in their education.

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What you must know about Bobi Wine’s successful ‘Freedom Online Concert’ live on Lake Victoria



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By BigEyeUg Team

Many musicians are not shy about expressing their political opinions nor are politicians shy about courting favor of the musical elite.  Without surprise, popular artists make lots of news, and when a popular artiste says or does something political it tends usually goes viral especially when what they say goes against expectations. Bobi Wine who is both a musician and a politician is on another game altogether. He showed this at his second lockdown concert, dubbed; ‘Freedom Online Concert’.

The main talk around town now is about his ‘Freedom Online Concert’ that went down on Sunday 28th courtesy of Freedom Foundation Africa.

Similarly, to his recently concluded ‘Ensasage mu quarantine’ concert, the virtually-produced concert was phenomenal and entertaining to watch.

His sound production was a cut above the ordinally as Solid Band’s Charlie Mugerwa gave it his all like it was the case in the first online concert.

Bobi Wine at Freedom Concert

When it comes to the visual aspect, Bobi Wine’s longtime videographer, Kim XP rendered extreme commitment as never before.

The video was alluring and constantly finer throughout despite it being an out-door and daytime event.

It being a politically themed event, Bobi Wine serenaded with his top songs that preach and advocate for freedom in the country.

He was in company of Solid Band that lit-up Bobi Wine and lines with its live music instruments along .

The crew also comprised of singer Aziz Azion executed his guitar skills that prioritized the show with such a groovy live sound.

Prominent saxophonist, Joseph Sax was also on-board as he blended the music with elite pitches from his saxophone.

The Piano/keyboard was solely dominated by legendary Ugandan music producers, Paddy Man and Tonny Houls who unleashed magical touches on Bobi’s tracks.

On advancing, Bobi Wine was joined by music partner, Nubian Li and fellow musicians; King Saha and Dr, Hilderman, comedian Patriko Mujuuka and talent manager Solomon Kayemba and they mashed-up with the ‘Tuliyambala Engule’ song.

To the digital statistics, Bobi Wine this time round gathered an average of 20,000 live viewers on his Facebook page in the 2 hours show, a figure that is less by over 10,000 viewers to his recent concluded concert which had 30,000 viewers.

Freedom Foundation Africa (FNF in Africa) is the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom, an independent German organization that is committed to promoting liberal policy and politics around the world in the form of human rights, the rule of law, democracy, innovation, digitalization and free trade.

It is responsible for organizing campaigns, media events, seminars, workshops, study tours, cultural happenings and training courses.

They have activities in many countries in the region such as Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Guinea, Kenya, Mali, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda, Senegal, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia.

The foundation prioritizes human rights including freedom expression, freedom of the press, violence against women, capital punishment, children’s rights and LGBTQI+ rights.

They believe that Africa has to be free from corruption, free from red-tape, in order to be #FreeToAdvance.

All in all, it was a successful online concert that one ought to watch anytime.

If you missed it, you can watch it here. We will keep you posted.

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Burna Boy & Sha Sha Shine At The 2020 BET Awards, See Full List of Winners



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The 2020 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards were handed out Sunday night, with Nigeria’s Burna Boy and Zimbabwean Sha Sha bagging the trophies for the ‘International Act’ and ‘Best New International Act’ respectively for Africa.

The ‘On the low’singer beat his contenders such as Stormzy, Dave, both UK based, Ninho andS.Pri Noir(France), Sho Madjozi (South Africa) and Innoss’B (DRC).

This is the second time Burna Boy is winning the award in a row.

Also ‘Amapiano’ Star Sha Sha was up against; Rema from Nigeria, Celeste from the United Kingdom, Young T and Bugsey from the United Kingdom, Hatik from France and Stacy from France.

Nigeria’s Burna Boy

Comedian and insecure actress Amanda Seales hosted the annual show, which organizers thisyear said “expanded its footprint to go beyond the confines of atraditional stage show in response to safety precautions in light of theCOVID-19 pandemic, marking a first for the network.”

After apowerful remix by Public Enemy of 1989’s “Fight the Power” — withupdated lyrics and a slew of other artists — kicked off the show, Sealesdelivered a brief monologue that addressed racism.

The annualawards show celebrates creative expression and Black excellence across music,film, television, sports and philanthropy.

During theshow, Beyoncé was honored with the Humanitarian Award, which she dedicated tothe Black Lives Matter protestors.

“Yourvoices are being heard and you’re proving to our ancestors that their struggleswere not in vain,” the singer said during her acceptance speech.

Heading intoSunday night, Drake led the nominations with six nods, followed by Megan TheeStallion and Roddy Ricch with five each. Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Brown, Lizzo andDaBaby follow with four nominations apiece.

Winners in the21 categories were selected by BET’s Voting Academy, which is made up of fansand an esteemed group of entertainment professionals.

A slew of performers and stars appeared, including Alicia Keys, Chloe x Halle, DaBaby, D Smoke, Jennifer Hudson, John Legend, Jonathan McReynolds, Kane Brown, Lil Wayne, Megan Thee Stallion, Roddy Ricch, SiR, Summer Walker, Usher and Wayne Brady.

Zimbabwe’s Sha Sha

Manyperformances addressed the killings of Black men and women while in policecustody, the Black Lives Matter movement and the protests over police violence.

DaBaby andRoddy Ricch’s performance of “Rockstar” opened with a close-up ofDaBaby with his face against the pavement, rapping the new BLM intro to”Rockstar.”

As the cameraslowly pulled back, it revealed a police officer with his knee on DaBaby’sneck, a reference to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May after apolice officer knelt on his neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds despite hisrepeated pleas.

Keys’performance of “Perfect Way to Die” featured her singing at a pianoon an empty street. It ended with the camera pulling back to show a list of thenames of the Black men and women who have been killed while in police custodywritten on the pavement.

Someperformances also referenced the coronavirus pandemic, incorporating COVID-19into lyrics or masks into the performance.

In addition,Lil Wayne paid tribute to Kobe Bryant, while Wayne Brady honored Little Richard.Both the NBA star and singing legend died this year.

A list ofwinners follows;

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist



Jhene Aiko


Lizzo (WINNER)

Summer Walker

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist

Anderson .Paak

Chris Brown (WINNER)



The Weeknd


Best Group

Chloe x Halle

City Girls




Migos (WINNER)

Best Collaboration

Chris Brown Ft. Drake, “No Guidance” (WINNER)

DJ Khaled ft.Nipsey Hussle & John Legend, “Higher”

Future ft.Drake, “Life Is Good”

H.E.R. ft. YG,”Slide”

Megan TheeStallion ft. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign, “Hot Girl Summer”

Wale ft.Jeremih, “On Chill”

Best Male Hip Hop Artist




Lil Baby

Roddy Ricch

Travis Scott

Best Female Hip Hop Artist

Cardi B

Doja Cat


Megan Thee Stallion (WINNER)

Nicki Minaj


Video of the Year

Chris Brown Ft.Drake, “No Guidance”


DJ Khaled ft. Nipsey Hussle & John Legend, “Higher” (WINNER)

Doja Cat,”Say So”

Megan TheeStallion ft. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign, “Hot Girl Summer”

Roddy Ricch,”The Box”

Video Director of the Year

Benny Boom

Cole Bennett

Dave Meyers

Director X

Eif Rivera

Teyana “Spike Tee” Taylor (WINNER)

Best New Artist


Lil Nas X

Pop Smoke

Roddy Ricch (WINNER)

Summer Walker

YBN Cordae

Album of the Year

Cuz I Love You,Lizzo

Fever, MeganThee Stallion

Homecoming: TheLive Album, Beyoncé

I Used to KnowHer, H.E.R.

Kirk, DaBaby

Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, Roddy Ricch (WINNER)

Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational

Fred Hammond,”Alright”

John P. Kee ft.Zacardi Cortez, “I Made It Out”

Kanye West,”Follow God”

Kirk Franklin, “Just for Me” (WINNER)

PJ Morton ft.Le’Andria Johnson & Mary Mary, “All In His Pain”

The ClarkSisters, “Victory”

Best Actress

Angela Bassett

Cynthia Erivo

Issa Rae (WINNER)

Regina King

Tracee EllisRoss


Best Actor

Billy Porter

Eddie Murphy

Forest Whitaker

Jamie Foxx

Michael B. Jordan (WINNER)

Omari Hardwick

Young Stars Award

Alex Hibbert

Asante Blackk

Jahi Di’AlloWinston

Marsai Martin (WINNER)

Miles Brown

Storm Reid

Best Movie

Bad Boys forLife

Dolemite Is MyName


Homecoming: AFilm by Beyoncé

Just Mercy

Queen & Slim (WINNER)

Sportswoman ofthe Year

Ajeé Wilson


Coco Gauff

Naomi Osaka

Serena Williams

Simone Biles(WINNER)

Sportsman of the Year


Kawhi Leonard

LeBron James (WINNER)

Odell BeckhamJr.

Patrick MahomesII

Stephen Curry


Alicia Keys,”Underdog”

Beyoncé ft. Blue Ivy, WizKid & Saint Jhn, “Brown Skin Girl” (WINNER)

Ciara ft.Lupita Nyong’o, Ester Dean, City Girls & La La, “Melanin”

Layton Greene,”I Choose”

Lizzo ft. MissyElliott, “Tempo”

Rapsody ft. PJMorgan, “Afeni”

Viewers Choice Award

Chris Brown Ft.Drake, “No Guidance”


Future ft.Drake, “Life Is Good”

Megan Thee Stallion ft. Nicki Minaj, “Hot Girl Summer” (WINNER)

Roddy Ricch,”The Box”

The Weeknd,”Heartless”

Best International Act

Burna Boy (Nigeria) (WINNER)

Innoss’B (DRC)

Sho Madjozi (S.Africa)

Dave (U.K.)

Stormzy (U.K.)

Ninho (France)

S.Pri Noir(France)

Viewers Choice: Best New International Act

Rema (Nigeria)

SHA SHA (Zimbabwe) (WINNER)

Celeste (U.K.)

Young T &Bugsey (U.K.)

Hatik (France)

Stacy (France)

Congratulationsto all winners!

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