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Rapper AKA and Zinhle split saga gets ugly

Since releasing a statement about his amicable split with DJ Zinhle, AKA has spoken out about the scandalous claims made about the reason he split with the mother of his one-month-old child.
More details have emerged about the shock split between AKA and Zinhle which was announced last week Tuesday.
According to Sunday Sun, Zinhle found out about AKA's cheating ways when she found smses exchanged between him and Bonang Matheba. The two are said to have started seeing each other behind Zinhle's back.
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Safaree Samuels gets rid of Nicki Minaj tattoo

With their very public breakup, Safaree Samuels and Nicki Minaj have had the press and the internet sobbing about the ending of their 12-year relationship. If Nicki shortly after her breakup started dating fellow rapper Meek Mill (the latter might be the reason of their separation), Safaree had a very hard time dealing with it and spilled some tea on social media and interviews about Nicki’s betrayal and lack of loyalty. Read more about Safaree Samuels gets rid of Nicki Minaj tattoo

Lewis Hamilton joins Rihanna's friendzone

From New-York to Barbados, Rihanna and Lewis Hamilton have been seen together on multiple occasions. At such a point, that they made the internet go nuts. Nevertheless, the Formula One champion has decided to clear the air.
Indeed, during an interview with E! Lewis Hamilton spoke about his relationship with the “BBHMM” songstress: “You know, I’ve known Ri for a long time,” he says. “We’ve been friends for a while. We get to hang out every now and again. Otherwise, we’re just good friends.”
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'Idols' judge more fun than most contestants

Somizi Mhlongo continues to breathe life into Idols SA and last night's first live performance was no exception.
The Pretoria State Theatre hosted an underwhelming number of people for the first show featuring the top 16 male contestants. But the sharp-tongued "Somgaga" was easily one of the biggest entertainers on the night.
Joining him were fellow judges Unathi Msengana, Gareth Cliff and Randall Abrahams.
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Fashion police

Picture 1: Lethal
Oh no, my friend, you almost pulled it off nicely but unfortunately almost does not count in fashion. We know you’re trying to embrace your culture but you tried too hard. Go get a refund from the person who dressed you.

Picture 2: Lethal
And this is the definition of getting ready for sleep at the same time as wanting to be in the public eye. The shirt, the hat, the skirt and the sleepers obviously are colour blocking at the highest level but I call this a conflict of interest. Read more about Fashion police

MultiChoice Africa celebrates magical television

The star-studded guest list read like the who's who of Africa's entertainment and media in Africa at the event dubbed 'Night of a Thousand Stars' saw all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, Bollywood and Nollywood come to life on the island paradise, as guests that include Genevieve Nnaji, Rita Dominic, Desmond Elliot and Ramsey Nuoah were given the full movie-star treatment. Flavour, Stonebwoy and The Mavins kept the guests on their feet with their popular hits while the night's MCs IK and Eku kept the glamorous proceedings running smoothly. Read more about MultiChoice Africa celebrates magical television

The Dogg in Respect My Hustle

Album Review with Kenya Kambowe
Album title: Respect My Hustle
Artist: Mbwaluth “The Dogg” Morocy
Producer: Mbwaluth “The Dogg” Morocy
Rating: 4.5
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Namibia still to hear the best of Adora

Local songbird, Lilani Kisting well known by her stage name, Adora says Namibian music lovers who already love her super cool vocal sounds are in for a surprise when she unleashes her debut album soon.
The 25-year-old up and coming Namibian solo artist is busy on her fifth track for her debut album which she hopes to release and says her fans will be blown away by the tracks.
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Nono to release Dreams

Petrus Iilongo, well known as Nono, will soon drop his second album titled Enjodhi (meaning ‘dreams’) following the success of his debut album, Time to Rise which won him an award last year.
The Shaambo talented artist says his fans should be ready for his upcoming album which is to be released at a date to be announced.
Nono said he recorded 12 tracks for his long-awaited album and no single has been released yet from it. He said the album is a surprise package for his fans who will love what it holds and which showcases the outcome of his hard work.
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AfricAvenir presents: ‘My Father’s Son’

After co-presenting the Namibian premiere back in 2010, AfricAvenir, in collaboration with the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC), once again presents Joel Haikali’s first feature “My Father’s Son” on September 09.
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