American Legendary Music Superstar, Snoop Dogg is causing such hullabaloo all over social media, even mainstream media, all because of doing the same thing he has been doing for almost his entire life – a music video!
Snoop Dogg happens to have pointed and shot a [toy] gun at a clown dressed as America’s President, Donald Trump in a new music video for “Lavender.”
The 70th British Academy Film Awards, commonly known as the BAFTAs, were held on 12 February 2017 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, to honor the best British and international contributions to film in 2016.
Rapper and TV host, Nick Cannon last week wowed his fans when he confessed his undying love for R & B Superstar, Beyonce Knowles that was never reciprocated despite his many efforts to be seen by the Queen Bey.
On his Instagram account, Nick Cannon posted a throwback – which was a picture of himself and the gorgeous songstress.
Captioning the picture against a Throw Back Thursday hashtag, Cannon went ahead and mused over having been friend-zoned albeit he’d done everything in his power to catch Beyonce’s eye.
He wrote: “Even in the ’90s I was always shooting my shot!!!” Beyoncé was looking at me like ‘Little Boy Please!!'”
“In my teenage days I used to stalk Destiny’s Child! LOL Poppa Knowles was not feeling me at all!!”
On Tuesday, January 24, nominations for this year’s edition of the Academy Awards were revealed and “La La Land” predictably dominated the Oscar nominations tally, with up to 14 spots, including actor, actress, director and picture.
This will be the 89th Academy Awards ceremony, which will be presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).
At the rear of last year’s announcement of the imminent return of popular MTV Series, MTV Shuga has taken on even more dynamic talent for the upcoming season in South Africa, which will be known as MTV Shuga: Down South.
Kwesta, Seyi Shay, Given Stuurman, Ayanda Makayi, Stephanie Sandows, Winnie Ntshaba and Samkelisiwe Makhoba are the latest names to dive into the new Mzansi edition.