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Moment Singer Burna Boy Found Out About Mohbad’s Death During An IG Live Session (Video)



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A video currently circulating on the internet shows the moment African giant, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, learns of the death of his colleague, Mohbad.

Keep in mind that the talented and promising singer died on Tuesday, September 12th, and his death shocked the entire entertainment industry.

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Apparently, Burna Boy was unaware of the tragedy and was conducting a live session on Instagram on the same day when his viewers started leaving messages about Mohbad’s death in the comment section.

The African giant was momentarily confused and surprised as he tried to process the news while smoking a joint before calling one of his staff to show him the news.


The viral video has sparked mixed opinions on social media, with many internet users commenting on Burna Boy’s reaction to the news.

Read some comments as you scroll,

@badmanJUDAS_ wrote: “Despite the Odogwu levels, See as him face change. That’s how you should feel when someone dies”

@iamuxigen wrote: “Emotions all over his face, omo d matter sef shock me, I had to take a moment to look well.
We come to the world, struggle to make it only to die in the end.”

@obajemujnr wrote: “Na Mohbad puff” His face switched up immediately. 💔😔

@moe4dem wrote: “Bro this death shocked everyone…E pain me…That boy went through a lot”

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“Avoid Zobo” – Women Share Their Shocking Experiences After Drinking Zobo During Pregnancy




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Zobo Health Impact

Nigerian celebrity chef, Tolani, better known as Chef T or “Diary of a Kitchen Lover”, has spoken about her experience of drinking Zobo while pregnant and the negative impact it had on her health.

The chef, who recently gave birth to her long-awaited first child after years of trying, shared that she ended up in the hospital after consuming the popular hibiscus leaf drink.

Following her revelation, the celebrity chef issued a warning to pregnant women, urging them to avoid consuming Zobo if possible, based on her personal ordeal.

Her story resonated with other women who also came forward to share their own heartbreaking experiences of miscarriages after consuming Zobo during pregnancies.

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The experiences shared by these women on their respective social media pages highlighted the potential risks of consuming Zobo during pregnancy.

The drink, often recommended for its health benefits and great taste, is popular with many, but these stories serve as a cautionary tale for expectant mothers.

Although more research is needed to fully understand the specific effects of Zobo on pregnancy, these personal accounts demonstrate the importance of being careful and informed about the foods and drinks consumed during pregnancy.

Her brave revelation and the other stories from other women have sparked discussions about Zobo’s potential impact on maternal health.

Pregnant women are now advised to consult healthcare professionals to ensure their dietary habits are good for their well-being and that of their unborn children.

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“If We Had Paid Attention To The Lyrics, We Would Have Seen Signs From Mohbad” – Patoranking Speaks (Video)




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Patoranking On Mohbad’s Lyrics

Nigerian reggae-dancehall singer and songwriter, Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie aka Patoranking, stirs emotions by saying that the late Mohbad’s signs could have been noticed if people had paid attention to his lyrics.

During his interview, Patoranking was asked about Nigerian music and how he contributes to humanity via his songs instead of living a glamorous life and neglecting his people like some artistes.

“If we had paid attention to the lyrics, we would have seen signs from Mohbad” - Patoranking

Reacting, the superstar singer and songwriter emphasized his connection to the streets and urged people to pay attention to song lyrics.

The singer used Mohbad as an example, he suggested that if people had paid more attention to his lyrics, they might have noticed signs in Mohbad’s music.

In his words;

“If we had paid attention to the lyrics, we would have seen signs from Mohbad.”

Following the songwriter’s statement, concerned social media users flooded the comments section to respond to his remarks.

See some reactions below: 

@MAYORWATT01 wrote: “This is sad we just wanna dance to beat we no too Dey listen to lyrics again facts.”

@SimonEwoh wrote: “Make everybody rest abeg, what really matters is justice for mohbad family. Imole as found peace.”

@IamBlaccode wrote: “Music has a way of speaking truths hidden in melodies, how may Nigerians learn to read lyrics when the beat is there to make the craze. Mohbad’s lyrics have been dropping clues all along, weaving stories of life’s ups and downs. Maybe this will make Nigerians learn to read lyrics.”

@DRDammy4 wrote: “Abegi enough of this lies, we all have been listening to oladips lyrics b4 now even some of his live chat and that he is in some deep shit but nobody cares. Na business as usual, had it been he died completely same thing would ve been said again now he survived did anybody care?”

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“Time Don Reach To Tell Your Vibrator Wetin You Need For December” – Sabinus Tells Doyin




Sabinus Shades Doyin

Sabinus Shades Doyin

Popular Nigerian comedian, Sabinus subtly shades Big Brother Naija star, Doyin and others who are crazy about patronizing vibrators ahead of the Christmas festivities.

Recall that a few days ago, Doyin drew reactions on the internet after she claimed that vibrators are better in bed than most men, while many women agreed with her.


Sabinus sends her a remainder in a new post through the microblogging platform, X, as the 25th of December known for Christmas festivity approaches.

According to the content creator, Doyin and those who prefer a vibrator to a man should do well by themselves by asking the sex toy for a Christmas gift instead of bothering a man.

He wrote;

“Oya time don reach to tell your vibrator Wetin you need for December o,” 

"Time don reach to tell your vibrator wetin you need for December " - Sabinus

The post sparked a wave of humorous reactions from many people who agreed with him, while others, like Doyin, simply looked the other way.

Reactions to Sabinus’ advice to vibrator lovers before Christmas

@WeirdBrain6 wrote: “Catch your sub in peace; don’t cry 😂”

@inc051 wrote: “I don’t need a man I’ve my vibrator oya bill the vibrator make we see.🤣 😂 🤣 😂.”

@Gizmojigs wrote: “😂😂😂 this one loud o, investor Sabinus God bless you for this message. Especially those haters of men(feminists) that have collections of vibrators I posted about the other day.”

@iamKrynz wrote: “Vibrator wey she go still carry go another man house go charge?”


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