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Drones On The Runway And Other Stories That Made Our Week

This week came with a lot of heart fluttering dramatics from the fashion runways to men going overboard in a romantic way to language. Here are the stories that made our week:

Drones Meets Runway

Dolce and Gabbana drone handbag. Photo credit:

Dolce and Gabbana are well ahead in the technology game. This week, all fashion enthusiast attention was on the fashion brand this week In Milan partly because of their bags but the dramatic suave of replacing models with drones. Is this a subtle message to models and the world?

Science Student Video

Olamide. Photo credit: Leadership Newspapers

Shaku Shaku master, Olamide, released the video of the much controversial Science Student. The creative video, which lasts 7 minutes, has received positive and negative reviews with some describing it as a failed attempt to dispel its “alleged” original meaning: the promotion of drugs.

Alexis Romantic Ohanian

Serena Williams billboard. Photo credit: Adweek

It turns out venture capitalists have game too. Serena Williams’s husband pulled a beautiful surprise on his wife to welcome her back to tennis after the birth of their daughter, Alexis Jr. He put up four billboards along Palm Springs where she is due to attend the BN Open starting later this week, with the words “G.M.O.A.T – Greatest Momma Of All Time”.  Each billboard was adorned with their adorable daughter.

Nigerians And British Accent

Abuja. Photo credit: Getty

The revelation by NAN that residents of the Federal Capital City, Abuja, pay extra amounts for their children to learn “phonee” as it is popularly called, came as a surprise to many Nigerians. Some parents who pay extra defended themselves by saying that the British accent makes their children sound more polished unlike the “standard English” they have been exposed to.

Kendrick Lamar In Black Panther?

Kendrick Lamar. Photo credit: Genius

The last has not been heard of Black Panther. Kendrick Lamar, the rapper behind the soundtrack for the blockbuster, Black Panther, has shown an interest in playing a cameo in the sequel of the movie. He said this during his interview with Claro Amfo on BBC Radio 1. When Amfo asked what role he felt intrigued by and would want to play, he mentioned a role similar to that of the villain, Killmonger, played by Michael B. Jordan, describing him as “a villain who was loved and misunderstood.”