The action packed week started unveiling on Tuesday, rumours emerged that Bobrisky is HIV positive and when we called him, he profusely denied the allegations, jokingly adding, ‘did they see HIV in my eyes ni?’ – LOL!
Bobrisky has HIV keh?
The Snapchat king was reported to be battling the killer virus, and has allegedly been placed on anti-retroviral medication since September 2015.
On the same day, a news release issued on Tuesday and broadcast on Hip TV, organisers of The Headies announced the nominees list for the 2016 edition, a month after calling for entries, and 10 months after the previous edition that was supposed to hold in 2015 but later held on New Year’s Day.
The list, spread over 21 categories, covered different genres of Nigerian music and sees July 2015 to June 2016 as its year in review.
Fans are still grooving to Tekno’s hit songs despite only getting a ‘Next Rated’ nomination. Credit: IG
Tekno’s hit song, ‘Pana’ wasn’t nominated for failing to fall under the year in review, whereas, Tiwa Savage’s ‘Bad’ video was acknowledged despite being released outside the review period.
YBNL act Adekunle Gold got five nominations, while only Koker made the list out of about a dozen artistes at Chocolate City.
Ycee and Mr 2kay on their part fumed because of the exclusion of ‘Omo Alhaji’ and ‘Who No Like Better Thing’ respectively.
Davido’s act Mayorkun (2nd right), who’s popular for his debut song, ‘Eleko’, wasn’t even nominated. Credit: Giphy
Some of the biggest artistes missing on this year’s list include 2face, 9ice, P-Square, and Don Jazzy.
Some music lovers were happy with the list, while others were left dejected.
Davido’s act Mayorkun, who’s popular for his debut song ‘Eleko’ wasn’t even nominated.
About 53% of white women supported Trump over Hillary.
The shock of Mayorkun’s absence was nothing compared to the outcome of the 2016 US presidential elections.
Republican candidate Donald Trump was elected president on November 8, 2016, defeating Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, and will take office on January 20, 2017.
Data released show that about 53% of white women supported Trump over Hillary while 46% of eligible voters did not exercise their franchise.
His victory has led to protests across America, while citizens, Muslims, and some entertainers who have criticised the racism and sexism they say the president-elect has propagated before and during his campaign, await how his time at the White House unfolds.
TB Joshua critisized for false prophecy on 2016 US election.
Miles away in Nigeria, one of Africa’s most popular religious figure, T. B. Joshua was bore the brunt of criticism for his false prophecy that Clinton would win the US election.
A very thrilling week indeed, Abi?