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Here Are The Highlights Of The Week

If there is one word to describe the week, strange is it. This week, some of the most intriguing and controversial events that would remain etched in the minds of many for a long time to come occurred. Here is a rundown of the week:

A Don-Jazzy West production?

Ace Nigerian music producer and owner of Mavin Records Don Jazzy in an Instagram post has revealed that he co-produced America rapper, Kanye West’s song Lift off which had music heavyweights, Beyonce and Jay-Z on it. Sharing a video of West vibing to the song, the Mavin Record boss captioned the post,“Co-produced on this track. But Kanye’s genius is giving it some extra juice.” This of course, got the likes of Mavin records queen, Tiwa Savage to celebrate her music boss in a hearty way. More collaborations we pray. Can we get an Amen?

One selfie for the zoo (or not)

Wait for it! A woman from the North-American state of Arizona was attacked by a jaguar at a zoo after she attempted to get a photo with the animal. The Wildlife World Zoo in Litchfield Park, Arizona confirmed the reports of an attack on Twitter, stating that the unnamed woman sustained “non-life threatening injuries to their arm.” When people on social media got curious as to how the woman got injured, the zoo stated that she climbed over a barrier intending to get a photo. She has since been taken to the hospital.


Johnny Depp the survivor

Johnny Depp has become the centre of the world after his ex-wife testified to physically violating him. For a long time, the world labelled him an abuser. To prove his innocence, he slammed a $50 million defamation suit against her and produced 87 surveillance camera videos showing her violating him. Remember the video shows his cut finger? She did it. What is more? His infamous black eye picture was his punishment for not coming back on time on her 30th birthday. The truth will always prevail.

Iyanya versus Ubi Franklin

Iyanya and Ubi Franklin | Instagram

Nigerian music star, Iyanya who made some damning allegations against his former business partner, Ubi Franklin yesterday has now revealed more details. This is coming after Franklin fired back at Iyanya and branded the “Kukere” crooner a liar. Franklin had released documents to back up his claim showing that the documents carried Iyanya’s name (something Iyanya had denied). Reacting to this, Iyanya claims that the real deal at Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has his name missing and Franklin’s brothers’ names were replaced with his. He further went on to allege that songstress, Emma Nyra was the one who coined the Triple MMMG.

Jackson the ring bearer

(FILES) US pop star Michael Jackson waves to photographers during a press conference in Paris on March 19, 1996. Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 after suffering a cardiac arrest, sending shockwaves sweeping across the world and tributes pouring in for the tortured music icon revered as the “King of Pop.” AFP PHOTO / VINCENT AMALVY (Photo credit should read VINCENT AMALVY/AFP/Getty Images)

The late King of Pop, Michael Jackson is currently in the eye of the storm after a controversial documentary, “Leaving Neverland” was released by HBO. The documentary alleges the multiple award-winning singer sexually abused two boys, Wade Robson and James Safechuck. Now a CCTV footage of the late singer allegedly shopping for wedding rings with a child while wearing a strange disguise has surfaced online. The footage is from 1989. He was allegedly “shopping for a wedding ring. He says he plans to marry Sheryl Crow – one of his backup singers,” a news footage said.

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