Popular Ivorian musician, Houon Ange Didier, popularly known as DJ Arafat is dead.
The 33-year-old died on Monday at about 8am following a bike accident Sunday night in Abidjan, Côte D’Ivoire.
According to reports, his motorcycle was hit by a car driven by a journalist from Radio Côte d’Ivoire.
DJ Arafat was reportedly unconscious while being rushed to the hospital before he died on Monday.
According to BBC Afrique, he was a highly celebrated and accomplished Coupe Decale Artist.
He won the Best Francophone Award at the 2015 MAMAs and was nominated for Best African Act at the 2015 MTV EMA.
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In May 2019, DJ Arafat’s Moto Moto hit 1 million YouTube views in less than 24 hours.
Music superstar Davido took to his twitter and Instagram pages to pay tributes to the late artiste.
He simply wrote: “RIP Yorobo. I love you”.
Buga returns with ‘It has been Baba all the way’
Popular musician, Jesse King (a.k.a Buga), without doubt, is a proudly Nigerian artiste that is poised in projecting the image of his fatherland positively, mostly through Nigeria’s traditional culture to the world.
The effort, which has become a brand for the revered musician as continue to make him a sought after indigenous musician in the industry; his works, which preaches morals, educate people, as well as full of entertainment, as warmed him into the hearts of his fans.
As a result of this development, Buga as he is fondly called by his fans is currently elated for the success he has recorded so far in the industry, coupled with the support he has enjoyed from his fans over the years.
According to Buga the successful career and the love from his esteemed fans over the years could be best described as a rare grace.
However, there is something new about the Buga crooner. Guess what! He has launched himself back to the forefront of the industry with a new work.
Buga said: “It has been God and my fans that have made my dream come through. This is why I have decided to show my profound appreciation through my new work entitled: “It has been Baba all the way”.
“I feel great and full of thanks in my heart. It has been Baba all the way since the beginning of my career and I bless the name of the Lord. It has been awesome time with my loving fans. Now that I am back, it is going to be a new beginning and fresh Buga with full enjoyment,” he added
The new work which could be described as an indication for the comeback of the artiste into the mainstream will be released today.
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10 things to know about 2019 BBNaija winner, Mercy Eke
Mercy Eke yesterday night emerged winner of the Big Brother Naija reality show, season 4 tagged Pepper Dem.
Mercy, 26, who is the first female winner of the show went home with the coveted 60million ultimate prize. Here are 10 things to note about Mercy.
1. She is a video vixen and a businesswoman from Imo State.
2. Popular nicknames – Lamborghini, Queen of Highlights.
3. Closest allies in Brother’s House – Diane and Ike
4. Born September 1993.
5. The first-ever female winner of BBNAIJA.
6. First-ever joint Head of House (HOH) with fellow Housemate, Ike.
7. First-ever joint diary session with Biggie.
8. She emerged winner of the 2019 BBNaija 2019 Season with 41.77% votes after four attempts.
9. She plans to start her own fashion brand.
10. For the emerging winner of the show, Mercy went home with a cheque of N30m. She will also receive various gifts and incentives valued at N30m. They include an all-expense-paid trip to Dubai for two, a Sport Utility Vehicle from Innoson Motors, a Scanfrost electronic makeover, a year supply of Pepsi Cola, one year supply of Munch It and Indomie noodles and VIP tickets to watch the European Champions League final.
Mercy Wins BBNaija Season 4
Mercy has finally emerged as the winner of the Big Brother Naija reality show 2019 for season 4.
Host of the show, Ebuka-Obi Uchendu, announced the winner on Sunday evening to wild cheers from excited supporters.
Down from 26 housemates, the keenly contested competition tagged #PepperDem race saw Mercy, Seyi, Omashola and Frodd reach the finals as they battled for the grand price of 60 million Naira.
It had been an intriguing and eventful 90 days as each housemate served their own dose of ‘pepper’.
From the occasional fights, drama and controversy, to the tasking arena games, Friday night parties, celebrity visits and surprise evictions, the show most definitely served up enough pepper and spice that constantly sparked conversations among Nigerians, especially on social media.