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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Red carpet photos at the 2017 Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards

The Red carpet show for the 5th annual Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards (AMVCA) has begun and nominated celebrities and guests stepped out in style. Somkhele, Rita Dominic, Eku Edewor, Sika Osei, Toni Tones, Uche Jumbo, Timi Dakolo, IK Ogbonna, Ivie Okujaye, Uti Nwachukwu, Iyabo Ojo, Linda Ejiofor, Lolo, Toying Aimakhu, Zainab Balogun, Betty Irabor and more are pictured at the event. See more photos after the cut...

You won't believe who Drake is reportedly dating now! Mario Balotelli's ex-fiance, Fanny (photos)

Drake has moved on from JLo and is currently dating, or at least, having a fling with Fanny Neguesha, who came into limelight a few years ago when she got engaged to footballer Mario Balotelli. Some think Fanny is the most beautiful, exotic black woman in the world while others think she looks a little like a transgender. Fanny is half Africa, half Italian. See more photos after the cut...

Rapper, Too Short being investigated for rape

American rapper, Todd Anthony Shaw, who is simply known as Too Short, is being investigated in a rape case. According to a TMZ report, a woman whose name remains unknown, claims on November 1, 2016, she was at a residence in LA with the rapper, when he allegedly sexually attacked her.
She told the police that she was a virgin and gave no form of consent when the incident happened.
Sources close to Too Short told TMZ that the West Coast rapper never had sexual contact with the alleged victim. They said she was on his record label but was eventually dropped, which led to the made up allegation.
The sources also disclosed that the victim tried getting back to the label, and Short thinks this as a form of extortion. However, the rape case is still being investigated by the police.

Falz – Baby Boy

With “Wehdone Sir” still buzzing, Falz dishes out a new single.

Entitled “Baby Boy”, he retains Sess on the drums and as usual he infuses some comedy into his rap.

Falz is a baby boy for life!

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VIDEO: Litmus – Salamalaikum

As promised LITMUS Unlocks a new track titled ‘SALAMAILAKUN’ been produced by ‘SHAWBIT’.

The ‘Someday’ crooner known for his infectious club hits and contemporary music does not disappoint as usual with the world-class U.K based director ‘JUSTICE JOHN’ directing the visual for the fans.

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Morachi – Match Up Your Destiny

Morachi – Match Up Your Destiny

Morachi the multi talented artiste is out to redefine music with a sensational mix of afro Cuban flavour and Dancehall flow. His undisputed talent is attributed to his great love for music. Superstar Morachi is here to captivate the airwaves with this tune. Djs get ready to Match Up Your Destiny (MUYD).

Produced by @ilblackibeat.

Ghanaian president's daughter appointed to the Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture

Ghana's Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture, Catherin Afeku has appointed Gyankroma Akufo-Addo, daughter of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to the Creative Arts Council. Gyankroma was on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, inaugurated alongside two other new members at a ceremony which held in Accra. According to the minister, the three of them will select the rest of the Council’s members and also set up the right framework under the Ministry of Tourism, Art and Culture.

Rihanna stuns for Paper Magazine

Singer, Rihanna channeled punk glamour as she rocked spiked green hair and purple colour wig in New York City for Paper Magazine's 'Break The Rules' March issue. More photos after the cut...

Atletico Madrid confirm Fernando Torres is 'okay' after suffering from life threatening head clash

The former Chelsea, Liverpool and current Atletico Madrid striker is now in a stable condition after collapsing and losing consciousness during a clash of heads in Atletico Madrid's match with Deportivo La Coruna on Thursday night.

Torres, 32, fell face down on the pitch in the 85th minute after challenging for the ball with Deportivo's Alex Bergantinos and required urgent treatment which resulted in Torres being carried off the pitch on a stretcher with a neck brace.

His club, fearful that he may have developed a serious spine or head injury immediately rushed him to the Intensive care Unit, but this morning images of him leaving the hospital have flooded social media, with the club confirming he's now stable.

'Good news (1/2) @Torres has undergone a cranial and cervical CT. There are no alterations nor traumatic injuries'.. his club, Atletico Madrid tweeted.
'Good news (2/2)@Torres, conscious and lucid, he will spend the night in hospital for observation as per medical protocol.'
"He is stable and conscious," "He'll spend the night in hospital and undergo more tests Friday."

Under-18 rape victims can now be married off to rapists? New law shocks Human Rights groups

Under a new law called 'Child Marriage Restraint Bill 2017', passed in Bangladesh this week, parents can now marry off their children who are under 18 years of age under 'special circumstances'.

The new legislation was approved by a voice vote on Monday and gives parents the right to get a court order to allow their children under 18 years marry anyone if it is the best interests of the parents under 'special circumstances'.
According to the new law, there is no minimum age for when these 'special considerations or circumstances' can apply, nor any definition of what "best interests" could mean, but human rights groups are concerned the law could lead to rape victims or impregnated minors being married to their sex abusers.

"Many opportunists may try their luck in between the shortcomings of this law," Nur Khan Liton, a spokesman for the Child Rights Advocacy Coalition in Bangladesh, told CNN.
"It (talks) about parents' consent for the marriage. Where does it speak about the girl's interest?"
Human Rights Watch has criticized new law, calling it a "devastating step that encourages child marriage.", given that Bangladesh has the highest rate of child marriage in Asia.

"The focus now must be on containing the damage caused by Bangladesh legalizing child marriage," said Heather Barr, senior researcher on women's rights at Human Rights Watch.
"Nothing can change the fact that this is a destructive law. But carefully drafted regulations can mitigate some of the harm to girls."

Source: CNN
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