Friday, 24 May 2019

Zlatan's message to Naira Marley is the cutest you'd read today.

Zlatan has sent a very cute and emotional message to
his friend and colleague and we think it's the
cutest post you'd read today [NaijaExtra]

Zlatan has sent a very cute and emotional message to his friend and colleague and we think its the cutest post youd read today.

The singer took to his Instagram page on Thursday, May 23, 2019, where he shared a video and cute message dedicated to Naira Marley. According to him, it doesn't matter what people might say or do, he would continue to value their friendship.

"People can hate and judge! But can never change GOD’s plan concerning ones LIFE !!! If our creator should act with how powerful he his !! Non of us will be alive !! Despite our iniquities! Life for easy if to say he come with manual !! Nai am out here representing the street! Till whenever. I love you not because you my friend alone but because I was A MARLIAN BEFORE I STARTED MUSIC 🖤," he wrote.



By Odion Okonofua.
Full story at Pulse NG.



Thursday, 23 May 2019

Cassper's may be keen on a reality show but 'they don’t pay enough'

Rapper Cassper Nyovest has once again responded to
requests to do a reality show.
Image: Via Cassper Nyovest Instagram

They are going to have to make him super guaped to get him to spill tea.

While Mzansi gears up for the debut of Zodwa Wabantu's reality show, fans have once again come knocking at Cassper's door trying to convince him to shoot one.

The star has constantly been inundated with requests to shoot a reality show but dude never entertained the thought.

That was until this week when he was asked about the chances of him sharing his days with the camera and giving fans a more indepth glimpse of his life off stage.

Cassper conceded that he may be keen on the idea but they probably can't afford him.
You see, they would need to make him super guaped to get him to spill tea.




By Kyle Zeeman.
Full story at Times Live.


Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Did you spot this heartbreaking detail in Avengers: Endgame?

Photo credit: Marvel Studios

Avengers: Endgame might be crammed full of emotional revelations and character departures, but there's one heartbreaking detail that's only just been spotted.

As flagged by Reddit user 'WolfBrigadeII', it turns out Rocket Raccoon was sporting a touching tribute to his fallen comrade Peter Quill (aka Star-Lord), who up until the final battle sequence had been lost to Thanos' Infinity Snap.

As you can see from the above image, the militarised mammal spent some of the record-breaking movie wearing a nice red scarf.

But this doesn't actually belong to Rocket – as it was originally worn by Quill in Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2.
How touching, sweet rabbit.




By Dan Seddon.
Full story at Yahoo News.


Tuesday, 21 May 2019

5 burning questions 'Game of Thrones' didn't answer in the series finale.

Bran the Broken (Isaac Hempstead Wright) rules
over Westeros at the end of Game of Thrones.
(Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO)

Heading into the series finale of Game of Thrones, the biggest question showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss had to resolve was, “Who gets to sit on the Iron Throne?” (That query was so paramount, they even called the episode, “The Iron Throne.”) And that answer is… no one. But not in a Faceless Men kind of way

The Iron Throne will never have another occupant because it literally doesn’t exist anymore: In a moment of grief-fueled fury, Drogon destroyed the very thing his mother had fought so hard to win. And while Westeros won’t be without a ruler going forward — all hail King Bran the Broken — the symbol of royal power will have to evolve with the times. If good Maester Samwell has any say, maybe one day they’ll even have an Oval Office!


In the process of settling that particular story point, though, Benioff and Weiss neglected to address some of the questions raised by the finale, as well as several more that have built up in fans’ minds over the course of the past eight seasons. Here’s hoping George R.R. Martin decides to sew up one or more of these dangling plot threads if and when he finishes those last two books.

Who was the Night King, really?

Here’s the easy answer: He definitely isn’t Bran Stark! After the future king paid a mental visit to his zombie-raising royal counterpart in Season 6 — and acquired a scar for his troubles — the “Bran is the Night King” theory took root like House Stark’s weirwood. And even if you didn’t subscribe to that particular bit of fan speculation, there were plenty of other semi-plausible (or, at least, awesomely silly) explanations floating about. He’s one of the ancient Starks! No, he’s the Azor Ahai! No, wait! He’s Jon’s real father! Basically, fans were so starved for information about this supposedly unstoppable enemy, that they rushed in to fill the void left by Benioff and Weiss.



By Ethan Alter.
Full story at Yahoo News.



Monday, 20 May 2019

Love Island 2019 premiere date finally confirmed by ITV2.

Photo credit: ITV

Update: Love Island's return date has finally been officially confirmed.

Mark your calendars for the reality show's return on June 3 – as announced on ITV2's Twitter feed on Monday morning (May 20) along with the hashtag #DayDotIsComing.

Original story (May 2): Caroline Flack has accidentally revealed when Love Island is returning – and viewers don't have long to wait.

The presenter recently teased the new series by posting an Instagram Story of her filming promos in front of a green screen.

Caroline then let slip that Love Island will be back in just three weeks, after joking that her personal trainer has put her through "utter hell" in preparation for the show.

"I have just trained with Bradley Simmons and he put me through utter hell. Making me do weights that I should not be lifting but he says we only have three weeks before Love Island starts or for Love Island prep, so we've got to work hard," she said.





By Chris Edwards.
Full story at Yahoo News.



Friday, 17 May 2019

Mr. Eazi to launch 3 emPawa Africa platforms in July.

Mr Eazi to launch three emPawa platforms
on July 19, 2019. (Instagram/MrEazi)

The platforms will include a distribution arm, a publishing arm and a label services arm. 

After a stellar 2018, the Nigerian superstar artist has since performed alongside Burna Boy at Coachella 2019. Another highlight of the past 12 months for the singer is the project his started, emPawa Africa.

According Eazi, emPawa Africa is a “service provider” that should not be conflated with his label, Banku Music. But in the short time since its creation, emPawa has started a campaign to give $5,000 to 10 individuals/groups. On its YouTube page, the project has put up music more than seven acts across Africa.

Now, the singer has said he will officially launch other arms of the service provider on July 19, 2019. He made his proclamation on his Twitter account @MrEazi.

He wrote, “I said it, and I am doing it! Empawa Distribution, Empawa Publishing, Empawa Label Services all Launch JULY 19!!!! Jah be Praised.



By Motolani Alake.
Full story at Pulse NG.


Thursday, 16 May 2019

Rapping in an American accent is like wearing a weave: Ntsiki Mazwai.

Poet and TV host Ntsiki Mazwai always
sparks debate on Twitter with controversial topics.
Image: Ntsiki Mazwai via Instagram

Poet and TV show host Ntsiki Mazwai is never one to mince her words.

Just as the fire she set on her TL when she said Cassper and AKA "only rap about alcohol" was beginning to die down, she added fuel when she threw shade at African rappers who rap in "American accents".

Ntsiki's followers immediately connected the tweet to the aforementioned rappers but also added that the poet had no right to judge creatives as it's usually a case of each to his own.

Some defended the rappers they thought Ntsiki was targeting, while others defended the weave-wearers.






By Chrizelda Kekana.
Full story at Times Live.


Wednesday, 15 May 2019

'Avengers: Endgame' writers admit time-travel plot was so confusing they had to shoot new scenes to explain it.


Our whiteboard depicting time travel trails in 'Avengers: Endgame'

Warning: Major Avengers: Endgame spoilers below.

Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely learned about the power of Back to the Future firsthand.

After early test screenings for Avengers: Endgame, the sixth Marvel Cinematic Universe entry the power duo wrote, they found audiences were severely confused by their rules of time travel.

McFeely pointed to the scene in the film's climactic showdown when present-day Nebula (Karen Gillan) shoots the still-villainous, time-traveling version of herself who has arrived with Thanos (Josh Brolin) to wreak havoc. "Much of the audience was expecting that Nebula to disappear. And we're going, 'No, we told you, it doesn't work that way!' So we really needed to underline it," he explained.

"It's a testament to Back to the Future, that everyone who walks into a time-travel movie goes, 'Well, I know how this works.'"

Said Markus: "We would try to imply our rules lightly and people would go, 'So it's Back to the Future.' And we very much needed to be not to be Back to the Future or our movie doesn't make sense, no offense to Back to the Future."



By Kevin Polowy.
Full story at Yahoo News.