Last week was eventful in showbiz. TheCable Lifestyle examines the top entertainment stories that got tongues wagging in the past seven days.
KWAM 1 DENIES REPORT OF MARITAL CRISIS
The spotlight beamed on Kwam 1, the Fuji singer, last week, after a video of him rejecting a kiss from his new wife at his 66th birthday party went viral.
The incident triggered claims on social media that the lovebirds were having marital issues.
The singer, however, denied the rumour in a statement by Kunle Rasheed, his spokesperson.
Kwam 1 wondered why some people thrive on negative stories. He added that the rumour is plotted by haters who don’t want to see “us happy”.
AGAIN, DESMOND ELLIOT APOLOGISES TO THE YOUTH
The popular actor-turned-politician for the second time extended an olive branch to the Nigerian youth over some controversial comments he made in 2020.
The lawmaker had declared that he “is a product of political godfatherism” — a remark that was utterly frowned upon by the youth.
Following the #EndSARS protest, a video of him referring to activists as “children” at the Lagos state assembly surfaced online and provoked widespread criticism among the youth.
But in a recent interview, the politician tendered an apology to the youth, adding that “the hatred is too much”.
Elliot further clarified that he didn’t refer to the collective youth as “children”.
He said he was referring to teenagers who insulted the speaker in the house of Assembly.
In October 2020, Elliot apologised to the Nigerians whose toes he stepped on with his comments.
COSTA TITCH PASSES ON
Costa Titch, the South African artiste, on Saturday, slumped and died while performing on stage in Johannesburg.
During the performance, Titch slumped twice. When he fell the first time, one of his aides shouldered him up. He was, however, rushed off the stage after the second fall.
The cause of his death is however yet to be known.
TIGER WOODS’ EX SUES HIM FOR $30M
Erica Herman, the ex-lover of Tiger Woods, sued him over a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) she claimed she was “forced to sign.”
She argued that she is now entitled to 30 million dollars in compensation following their split.
Last week, court documents showed Woods was accused of unlawfully locking Herman out of their shared Florida home.
Herman also alleged they had an “oral agreement” that meant she could live at the mansion for eleven years, of which she had five years remaining when they ended their romance.
The tennis legend, however, denied the allegations.
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