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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Superwozzy – Fayele

Superwozzy – Fayele

New International label Ekz Dynasty Records out to take over the music industry as thier fore artiste Oluwamayurkun Isaac popularly known as Super Wozzy drops another hit Fayele…
The “akobi dagrin” crooner and FUTA best rapper who got signed after he won Best song of the year at the Ondo State Music Award (2016) makes his official entry into the music scene with this banger…..
The song was produced by Brayne Zee and mixed by Spyrit Mix,it has a very rich lyrical feel and groovy feel,the indigenous rapper about to change the rap game as he comes with all the fire in sangos breath……Download and Enjoy


After the successful release of kpokpodikpo, By FRESHMYKO of one waterside recodz crooner is back with another mad tune titles malisa.. its a combination of afro and pop infusion that we leave you rocking the floor. Anticipate, follow closely..Friday 23rd June. Waterside RECORDZ. Music is LIFE

VIDEO: Wale ft. J Balvin – Colombia Heights (Te Llamo)

VIDEO: Wale ft. J Balvin – Colombia Heights (Te Llamo)

Off Wale‘s latest album – SHINE – comes the visuals to the song “Colombia Heights (Te Llamo)” featuring Colombian reggaeton star, J Balvin.

Watch it below.

Photos from the wedding of popular gospel artist, Joe Praiz

Top gospel artiste, Joseph Omo Ebhodaghe, popularly known as Joe Praize, got married to his beautiful woman Joana, yesterday, June 17th, 2017.

The couple who got engaged in May 2017, had their wedding ceremony at Christ Embassy Church, Ikeja. Popular gospel artistes Sammy Okposo, Frank Edwards, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, amongst others were in attendance. More photos and an audio telephone conversation between the couple on their wedding day after the cut.

Early morning Telephone conversation with My Wife ( to be ) on our Wedding Day. #weddingmorning #jojo1717 #joepraizewedding

Un post condiviso da Joe praize Specially Anointed (@joepraize_de_emperor) in data:

See how grown and stunning T.I's daughter is

Dejjah Harris, rapper T.I's first child turned 16 years old yesterday June 17th. Happy birthday to her..

Missing children

Please whoever knows their parents should contact the Ikotun Police Station. Thank you. As shared by IG user...Jennifer Iriri.

Beyoncé and Jay Z welcome twins

According to E! News, multiple sources close to the Carter household have confirmed that she has given birth to her twins with husband, Jay Z in L.A. More details later! Congratulations to Jay Z, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy

Jay Z plans to bail out dads for Father's day, blasts the US criminal justice system in explosive op-ed

Legendary American hip-pop artiste, Jay Z, who recently became the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and just became a new dad of twins, has revealed that he would help out fathers who are in jail because they can't afford bail, in celebration of Father’s day which is today.
Jay Z made this known in a powerful op-ed which was first sighted by TIME. In the extensive and explosive piece, the rapper criticized the United State’s criminal justice for wrongful convictions. Read the full Op-ed after the cut...

Seventeen years ago I made a song, "Guilty Until Proven Innocent." I flipped the Latin phrase that is considered the bedrock principle of our criminal justice system, ei incumbit probatio qui dicit (the burden of proof is on the one who declares, not on one who denies). If you're from neighborhoods like the Brooklyn one I grew up in, if you're unable to afford a private attorney, then you can be disappeared into our jail system simply because you can't afford bail. Millions of people are separated from their families for months at a time — not because they are convicted of committing a crime, but because they are accused of committing a crime.
Scholars like Ruthie Gilmore, filmmakers like Ava Duvernay, and formerly incarcerated people like Glenn Martin have all done work to expose the many injustices of the industry of our prison system. Gilmore's pioneering book, The Golden Gulag, Duvernay's documentary 13th and Martin's campaign to close Rikers focus on the socioeconomic, constitutional and racially driven practices and polices that make the U.S. the most incarcerated nation in the world.
But when I helped produce this year's docuseries, Time: The Kalief Browder Story, I became obsessed with the injustice of the profitable bail bond industry. Kalief's family was too poor to post bond when he was accused of stealing a backpack. He was sentenced to a kind of purgatory before he ever went to trial.
The three years he spent in solitary confinement on Rikers ultimately created irreversible damage that lead to his death at 22. Sandra Bland was also forced to post bail after her minor traffic infraction in Prairie View, Texas, led to a false charge of assaulting a public servant (the officer who arrested her was later charged with perjury regarding the arrest). She was placed in a local jail in a pre-incarcerated state. Again, she was never convicted of a crime. On any given day over 400,000 people, convicted of no crime, are held in jail because they cannot afford to buy their freedom.
When black and brown people are over-policed and arrested and accused of crimes at higher rates than others, and then forced to pay for their freedom before they ever see trial, big bail companies prosper. This pre-incarceration conundrum is devastating to families. One in 9 black children has an incarcerated parent. Families are forced to take on more debt, often in predatory lending schemes created by bail bond insurers. Or their loved ones linger in jails, sometimes for months—a consequence of nationwide backlogs. Every year $9 billion dollars are wasted incarcerating people who've not been convicted of a crime, and insurance companies, who have taken over our bail system, go to the bank.
Last month for Mother's Day, organizations like Southerners on New Ground and Color of Change did a major fundraising drive to bail out 100 mothers for Mother's Day. Color of Change's exposè on the for-profit bail industry provides deeper strategy behind this smart and inspiring action. This Father's Day, I'm supporting those same organizations to bail out fathers who can't afford the due process our democracy promises. As a father with a growing family, it's the least I can do, but philanthropy is not a long fix, we have to get rid of these inhumane practices altogether. We can't fix our broken criminal justice system until we take on the exploitative bail industry.

Pharmacist who stole almost £5k worth of prescription drugs has been jailed for 12-months

38 years old Niren Patel, a pharmacist who stole almost £5,000 worth of prescription drugs which he then sold on the street has been jailed. Patel appeared at the Snaresbrook Crown Court where he pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud by abuse of a position of trust, possession with intent to supply a Class B drug and five counts of possession to supply a Class C drug.
He was sentenced on Friday, June 18, 2017 to a total of 12 months imprisonment.

Before his arrest, Patel’s employer, Day Lewis Pharmacy in Hornchurch, made a report of theft to the police. Analysis of stock records and drugs purchased by Patel, who also worked at Hedgemans Pharmacy in Dagenham, revealed he had created fraudulent orders for almost £5,000 worth of prescription medicine.

In his police interview, Patel admitted he had sold the drugs, including Genotropin, a growth hormone used by bodybuilders, to a member of the public on the street. Other drugs sold by Patel included the Class B drug Dexamfetamine, which is used for weight loss and to improve academic performance, and Class C drugs such as Xanax, Zolpidem and Diazepam.

Here are some of the messages Michelle Carter sent to her boyfriend Conrad Roy encouraging him to kill himself

Conrad Roy III, a teen from .Massachusetts, was found dead in his car parked in a supermarket parking lot in Fairhaven, Massachusetts on July 13th 2014. Afterwards, text messages from his girlfriend were discovered on his phone and all of them were of her encouraging him to end his life (read here).

Michelle Carter has now been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Conrad. Thousand of the text messages sent by Michelle, who was 17 at the time, to Conrad were entered into evidence in the trial and the judge saw them as a reason to convict her. A few of the text messages sent shortly before the suicide were released. On July 9th 2014 the pair sent a lot of text messages to each other as they planned the suicide.
"I could just do it in my driveway. But slight chance I'm found." he wrote to her on July 9.
"Don't do it in your driveway? You'll easily be found," She responded.
On July 11, Michelle told Conrad that his family will understand and accept why that he had to take his life. She wrote:
"I think your parents know you're in a really bad place. I'm not saying they want you to do it but I honestly feel like they can accept it. They know there's nothing they can do. They've tried helping, everyone's tried. But there's a point that comes where there isn't anything anyone can do to save you, not even yourself, and you've hit that point and I think your parents know you've hit that point. You said your mom saw the suicide thing on your computer and she didn't say anything. I think she knows it's on your mind, and she's prepared for it."

On July 12, which was the day he died, at 9:52 a.m., Michelle wrote to Conrad:
"You're so hesitant because you keep overthinking it and pushing it off. You just need to do it Conrad. The more you push it off, the more it will eat at you."
That same day, at 9;53 a.m., she wrote:
"You're ready and prepared. All you have to do is turn the generator on and you be free and happy. No more pushing it off, no more waiting."
At 5:14 p.m., Conrad wrote to Michelle,: "Idkk I'm stressin,"

At 5:15 p.m., she replied:
"You're fine it's gonna be okay. You just gotta do it babe, you can't think about it."
During his final moments, Conrad became hesitant again and texted Michelle at 6:09 p.m., saying:
"I know I'm overthinking, I've been overthinking for a while now.
At 6:11, Michelle responded: "I know, you just have to do it like you said." At 6:19, she wrote again: "Are you gonna do it now."

At 6:20, Michelle wrote to Conrad: "Okay. You can do this."

Conrad's body was found the next day, On July 13th. The immediate cause of his death was listed as acute carbon monoxide intoxication. Turns out Conrad put a running gas powered water pump in his car then wound up the windows. Immediately after it became clear Conrad was dead, Michelle sent a message to one of their friends, telling of how she had encouraged him to go through with the suicide.
"I was on the phone with him and he got out of the car because it was working and he got scared and I f****** told him to get back in Sam," Michelle sent to one of her friends, Samantha Boardman, after Conrad's death.

The judge who convicted Michelle said her actions were "wanton and reckless", hence the guilty verdict. She will be sentenced on August 3 2017.
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