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Sheyi Shay opens up on issues with Tiwa Savage

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Nigerian Idol judge, Sheyi Shay has spread out on her current issues with Tiwa Savage in a Lagos salon.

The popular singer explained the drama that ensued between herself and Tiwa on Tuesday.

Seyi Shay told the Pulse that she’s still surprised at her colleague’s reaction and cannot believe Tiwa’s action stemmed from Kizz Daniel’s ‘Fvck you’ challenge song that went viral and which she (Shay) took part in.

Sheyi Shay explained that she had greeted Tiwa when she (Shay) entered the salon and to which Tiwa responded warmly until the drama began 20 minutes later.

“I walked into the salon, I saw Tiwa and I could feel the tension and I decided to get up because I could see people looking at her and looking at me and I won’t allow people to feed on what is not.

Tiwa Savage, Seyi Shay fight dirty inside Lagos salon.

“So, I got up and tapped her on her shoulder and said hi, she was under the drier, she said oh hi, how are you and we exchanged pleasantries and I went back to my side where I was having a conversation with the shop owner.

“And 20 minutes later, Tiwa came and the drama started. I was so confused and I just said okay and she kept shouting calling me a bitch and talking about the Fvck you challenge.

“We had met before and even taken pictures and she didn’t for once act like that, so I don’t want to believe it was the Fvck you challenge.”

Tiwa had during the incident hurled obscenities at Sheyi Shay.

She said she had not forgotten what Sheyi and Victoria Kimani had done to her in the past.

Recall that two years ago, Sheyi Shay and Victoria released their covers of Kizz Daniel’s hit song, ‘F**k You’, where they had both dissed Tiwa.

In her lyrics, Seyi Shay said, “You know I’m not Savage, I pay my bills.”

Victoria Kimani, on her part, accused Tiwa of prostitution and blocking her from a show.

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“Nigerian pastors are fraudsters” – Singer, Samklef says, reconciles with Daddy Freeze

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Nigerian Singer, Samklef and Daddy Freeze have ended their squabble 3 years after they mercilessly dragged and blocked each other on social media.

Recall that in 2018, Samklef and Daddy Freeze disagreed over religion.

Trouble started when Freeze criticized a report about the healing of a mentally challenged man at an RCCG church.

Samklef, who was displeased with his critics against men of God, slammed Freeze, telling him that his constant criticism of the church was getting boring.

The exchange heated up, with Freeze telling Samklef his career was dead which led to the singer calling him a “fake ass oyinbo” and his followers “mumu Satan followers”.

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Following the development, they later blocked and unfollowed each other on all their social media platforms.

However, Samklef took to his Instagram account on Sunday to reach out to Daddy Freeze, stating that he can now see “clearly”.

He said most religious leaders are “419” and Freeze was right all along.

“I was blind and ignorant but now I understand and can see clearly.

“Everything Daddy Freeze has been saying is the truth. 90 percent of the so called Nigerian men of God are fraudsters.

“It’s your faith that makes you whole so they collect money for miracles that happens through you.

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“Daddy Freeze is the John the baptist of this generation. I can finally see,” he wrote.

In his response, Freeze acknowledged his acceptance and admitted he should have been patient with Samklef at the time.

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Sound Sultan was kind, lived an exemplary life – Buhari

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President Muhammadu Buhari has extended his condolences to the Fasasi family on the death of Olanrewaju Fasasi, popularly known as Sound Sultan.

Buhari mourned the passing of the 44-year-old artiste in a statement on Monday by his spokesman, Femi Adesina.

The Nigerian leader described Sound Sultan’s demise as a loss to the music industry and Nigeria.

Buhari said the rapper, singer, songwriter and actor, “lived an exemplary life and achieved several milestones in his career”.

The President said he contributed greatly to the development of music and entertainment through his artistic genius, creativity and talent, which has inspired many.

He affirmed that Sound Suntan was kind, generous, and deeply passionate about issues in the country, which was reflected in his music and art.

“As an avid basketball fan, he made telling contributions to the development of local basketball in the country,” the statement added.

Buhari prayed for the repose of the soul of the departed and comfort for his family, friends and associates.

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T.B Joshua: Are you true Christians – Daddy Freeze questions top pastors over funeral turnout

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Popular On-Air Personality, OAP, Daddy Freeze, has slammed top Nigerian pastors for not attending the funeral of the founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, Late Prophet T.B. Joshua.

The deceased clergyman died on June 5 and was buried on Friday, July 9.

We had reported that top pastors, church owners and religious leaders in Nigeria were conspicuously missing during the burial of the late Prophet.

It was also observed that the only notable clergyman who attended his funeral was the chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria CAN, Lagos state chapter, Rt. Rev. S.T.V Adegbite.

Reacting, Freeze in a video via his social media account expressed his disappointment in top Nigerian pastors who failed to identify with the deceased prophet even in death.

He stated that no matter what may have transpired among them when he was alive, they should have had a forgiving heart and attended his funeral.

“Prophet T.B Joshua has been laid to rest. May his soul rest in peace.

“However, the turnout of Christians especially top Nigerian pastors who attended this man’s funeral makes me worry.

“If we truly are Christians, every church should have sent a delegation.

“I must say I am so disappointed in all these pastors because they have not shown a legacy of love. So, none of them could fly their private jets and attend the funeral?

“If you ask me and you expect me to be honest, I am entirely disappointed in all the big daddies that we have.

“If they behave like this, how are we the children going to behave? You people have turned gods of men.

“I’m sure they don’t understand the gravity of their actions, especially these ones we call our daddies,” he said.

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