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“Abortion is murder” – Odumodu Black informs Phyna, others



Odumodu Black

Fast-rising musician, , opened up about his views on abortion in a recent interview with Zero Conditions. In a straightforward manner, he asserted that abortion is, without sugarcoating it, murder.

According to him, the human body doesn't belong to individuals but to God. Therefore, it should be used to serve and worship Him. Going against this, he emphasized, should prompt a quick plea for forgiveness rather than claiming rights.

However, not everyone agrees with Odumodu's stance. Some argue that abortion is more of a mistake than a deliberate act of murder. They believe that individuals may be forced into such decisions due to challenging circumstances, making it a complex issue.

This isn't the first time has stirred controversy. In November, he faced backlash for a song that objectified women, implying that their financial abilities were tied to engaging in sexual activities. This sparked criticism from many females who condemned his derogatory comments.

Moreover, on the 8th of November, Odumodu Black revealed in an interview that he shot a music video just a day after his father's death. Despite mourning, he emphasized the pragmatic aspect of life, acknowledging that it moves on regardless.

Adding to the timeline, in early December, Odumodu Black playfully jabbed at Davido for referring to Dele Momodou as his “boy.” The musician didn't mince words, calling Davido a fool for using such a term.

Odumodu Black's journey in the public eye has been marked by controversies and bold statements, shaping his image as an artist who doesn't shy away from expressing his opinions, even when they stir the pot.

In other news Ini Edo opens up about being unmarried at 41 years old.

The actress revealed why she is still single in an interview with Toke Makinwa for her podcast, Toke Moments: she wants to be with someone who truly loves her.

Ini Edo emphasized that she is more interested in a partner who can provide safety and respect than she is in a luxurious relationship.

She said that she needs a man to be able to give her both genuine respect and protective energy. Ini stressed the distinction between being willing to commit to someone and just loving them, even as she acknowledged the existence of love.

For her, it goes beyond financial status and is more about one's ability to navigate and handle life's challenges. It is also worth noting that in an earlier interview, she addressed why men are afraid of successful women.

In her words;

“I am still single because I just want somebody that would really love me. That's all. I'm not asking for too much.

“Not like I don't see love. Loving somebody and being loved are two different things. You can love someone but you are not ready to be committed. Maybe this is why I'm still single: I can't be in a toxic relationship.

“If you cannot give me that protective energy that allows me to respect you… I cannot be with a man that I don't respect. If you cannot earn my respect, then we cannot be together. Because what's the point?

“When it gets to the point when I start to disrespect you, that means you have brought yourself down to a point where I begin to talk back at you. Sometimes, it's not even about having money. It's about how you are able to love and manage situations and the people around you. Kindness!”.


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I’m the most handsome pastor in Africa – Yul Edochie declares



I'm the most handsome pastor in Africa - Yul Edochie declares

, Nigerian actor who became a pastor, has proclaimed himself to be the most attractive pastor in Africa.

Yul confirmed his self-declared status on Instagram last month by posting a pre-birthday picture, following the launch of his online ministry, The Salvation Ministry.

Addressing predictions about his church, he humorously stated, “Most handsome Pastor in Africa. Dem say na women go full my church.” The declaration adds a touch of confidence to his newfound role in ministry, following his revelation of accepting the call of God.

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“Ghana Is More Calm And Spacious” – Davido On Why Nigerians Like To Visit Ghana All The Time




The popular Nigerian artist has provided fascinating insights into the cultural distinctions between Ghana and Nigeria, illuminating the reasons why many people identify more with the former.

compared Ghana to California and Nigeria to New York, drawing comparisons between the two well-known American states and West African countries.

Ghana is a popular destination for people looking for a more tranquil and laid-back culture and plenty of holiday alternatives, he said, highlighting the country's charms.

“Due to the lack of population and space, people travel to Ghana more frequently. In a conversation, Davido said, “There is more vacation time.”

But Davido also recognized that Nigeria has a distinct dynamic that combines good and bad elements.

“But if you are trying to eat everything in one, you want to see the bad part, the great part, and everything. Go to Lagos. Everything is in that Lagos,” he added.



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“This is so sad” – Davido loses all 3 nominations at the 66th Grammy Awards



Davido replies troll who wished for his demise

Superstar Afrobeats singer Adeleke professionally known as is one of the trending conversations online as he lost all his 3 nominations at the 2024 Grammy Awards

Despite being nominated in three categories—Best African Music Performance, Best Global Music Performance, and Best Global Album Performance — Nigerian music sensation Davido was unable to win his first Grammy.

Regretfully, he was unable to win in any of the 66th Grammy Awards' categories.

Davido faced stiff competition as Tyla's “Water” won Best African Music, Edgar Meyer & Zakir Hussain Featuring Rakesh Chaurasia's “Pashto” won Best Global Music Performance, and Shakti's “The Moment” took home the Best Global Album title.

South African Tyla's hit song  “Water” won the Best African Performance. Winning ahead of Asake, Burna Boy, Davido and Ayra Starr.

Also Burna Boy lost all his 4 nominations.  Best Global Music and Best Global Music Performance last year, this year, bagged four nominations for ‘Sitting On Top of the World' (Best Melodic Rap), ‘I Told Them' (Best Global Music Album), ‘Alone' (Best Global Music Performance) and ‘City Boys' (Best African Music Performance).

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