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United Arab Emirates Bans Silento Due To Missed Shows

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Silento, the teen African-American rapper behind the 2015 hit, “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae),” will be spending more time in the United Arab Emirates than expected.

According to the NWI Times, after allegedly skipping out on two scheduled shows, Silento was ordered by a UAE court to pay $85,000 to local promoter Abdel Halim.

The promoter, who says the musician simply “didn’t show up,” is hoping to recoup his lost expenses, which include performance fees and travel costs.

Last week, as a result of the money owed, a travel ban was placed on the Atlanta rhymer, and a judge has ordered him to surrender his passport to the court until the matter is resolved.

Silento was reportedly scheduled to perform in both Al Ain and Abu Dhabi in mid-February, although a legal rep for the rapper says he “did not cancel any shows at all.”

To help with financial assistance, a GoFundMe was created by a Lithonia, Georgia-based user named Bandit’Kid Smilley to bring Silento back to the States. The campaign aims to raise $100,000 for the rapper.

Although a number of Hip Hop artists have had no problems traveling to and from the United Arab Emirates for the occasional show/appearance, one musician, in particular, spent nearly two months in a Dubai jail during a trip to the plush city.

In 2014, DJ Esco spent 56 days in a Dubai jail after being caught with marijuana while at the Abu Dhabi airport. The deejay had been traveling with Future as part of his European tour.

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Entertainment: Top 5 Trending Stories Of The Week

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InformationNigeria Top 5 trending stories of the week

Below is a recap of some of the trending stories that you might have missed during the course of the week.

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Wizkid, Burna Boy, Davido, Rema, Others ominated for 2020 MOBO Awards (Full List)

Wizkid, Burna Boy, Davido, Rema, Others ominated for 2020 MOBO Awards (Full List)

Wizkid, Burna Boy, Davido, Rema

Seven Nigerian artistes, including Burna Boy, Wizkid and Tiwa Savage have made the UK’s MOBO Awards 2020 nomination list.

Burna Boy Snags 2021 Grammy Nomination

Burna Boy

Burna Boy

Afro-fusion Nigerian artist, Burna Boy, has received another nomination at the 63rd Grammys scheduled to hold in January 2021.

Davido Gifts Fan N1M For Creating A Video On His 28th Birthday

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Davido

Nigerian musician, David Adeleke, professionally known as Davido, has rewarded a lucky fan with the sum of one million naira for creating a video of his hit songs on his 28th birthday, November 21, 2020.

BBNaija’s Kiddwaya, Erica Arrive In Sierra Leone; Susan Waya Asks Fans To Pray For Them

BBNaija’s Erica, Kiddwaya Throw Jabs At Each Other On Twitter

Erica, Kiddwaya

Ex-BBNaija housemate, Kiddwaya and Erica arrived in Sierra Leone on Friday for the eviction party of the country’s reality TV show, Housemate Salone.

Alleged Abortion: ‘I Am Not A Murderer’ -Ultimate Love Star, Rosie Says In Touching Video

Rosie and Kachi

Rosie and Kachi

Ultimate Love reality star, Rosemary Afuwape, popularly known as Rosie, has left her fans reeling after she bared it all in a touching video.

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‘It Made Me Understand That I Wasn’t Respected’ – Reekado Banks Finally Speaks On Wizkid’s Insult

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Reekado Banks at HotFm

Nigerian singer, Reekado Banks has finally opened up on how he felt after his colleague, Wizkid publicly humiliated him on social media a few weeks ago.

Information Nigeria recalls that Wizkid slammed the singer after he took to his Twitter page to promote a song they both worked while the #EndSARS protests was still on-going.

The ‘Joro’ crooner called his colleague a fool and also told him to delete his post down.

Reekado Banks, however, did not respond and he yanked off the song from his album tracklist.

Speaking on the issue for the first time officially, the singer said during an interview on HOT 93.3 FM in Lagos that he felt very disrespected.

Read Also: Reekado Banks Trashes His Song With Wizkid After He Called Him A Fool

In his words;

“It made me understand that I wasn’t respected as much as I thought som it’s like I dey my lane then”, he told the host.

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‘Not Everyone Who Dies Is A Good Person’ – Kemi Olunloyo

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‘You Are Practicing Witchcraft If You Attend Church Vigils’ - Journalist Kemi Olunloyo

Controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has stated that she has refused to mourn some people who died in 2020 for the fact that they were terrible people when they were alive.

Taking to her official Twitter page, the self-proclaimed investigative journalist says that it is not compulsory to respect the dead if the said dead was not a good person when alive.

Read AlsoCNN stole my Investigation On Lekki Tollgate Shooting”: Kemi Olunloyo

In her words:

“Stop that stupid line. ‘Respect the dead’. FOR WHAT? They didn’t ask for ur respect. 90% of dead people were removed by God for a reason. This 2020, some of the worst people in my life DIED. God fought for me while they made my life miserable. I’m not mourning them Everybody dies”

See her tweet below:

Olunloyo’s tweet

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