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“I Messaged Him [First]” Says Brunella Oscar, Williams Uchemba’s Fianceé

– “I heard a voice saying, ‘This is my husband’’
– “I messaged him but I was not expecting a reply”

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Actor and Comedian, Williams Uchemba soon-to-be-wedded wife, Brunella Oscar has revealed in an exclusive interview with media page Wedding Digest Naija (@weddingdigestnaija on IG) how she met her fiance.

Speaking to the media page, she revealed it was an evening of November 22nd 2016 to be precise, she was scrolling down her Facebook page when she came across a motivational speaker’s type of video but it was Williams Uchemba who was advising youths to always do positive things (just like his usual self).

She made known that 30 seconds into the 15 minutes video, she got a revelation in a voice form confirming unto her that Williams is her husband. Ecstatic at this epiphany, she took the bold step of sending a DM first via FB Messenger same evening.

Although the account was a “fan page”, Brunella Oscar said she didn’t think it twice before sending the DM and to her surprise she did get a reply message from Williams himself the following day and conversation ensued, well, the rest is history.

William Uchemba announced the wedding date on his Instagram account to be 21st of November 2020 while their engagement ceremony held yesterday (November 15).

Photo from Williams Uchemba and Brunella Oscar engagement // PC: Williams Uchemba (Instagram)

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“That virus is definitely from hell” – Cee-C opens up about her Covid-19 experience

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25 years old Cynthia Nwadiora, well known as Cee-C opens up about her encounter with the deadly Covid-19 disease and pandemic she tested positive to, January of this year.

The BBNaija 2018 1st Runner-up on her Instagram page spoke on her battle with the ever-spreading Corona Virus, she said quite aptly: “Covid-19 did a real number on me this January.”

Going further she described her experience with Covid-19 as going through “hell”, “that virus is definitely from hell”, Cee-C exclaims.

Since leaving the Big Brother Naija house, Cee-C is known for her modelling gigs and as a fashion enthusiast, although she studied Law as a degree in Madonna University, Okija.

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Naira Marley features on Abramsoul and C Blvck ‘Pump Your Parry’ ‘G-mix’ (music video)

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Marlian Music president, Naira Marley hands out assists on Abramsoul and C Blvck ‘Pump Your Parry’ Street-Hop ‘G-mix’.

Pump Your Parry is said to mean “feed your mind”, “eat good” and “live healthy” especially for those who want to associate themselves as ‘Marlians’ – stans and fans of Naira Marley.

The song features lyrics insinuating people become wise mentally, financially and street wise before trying to live the ‘Marlian way’ as it being sung in Yourba from start to finish.

It is produced by DrumPhase who laced the beat and instrumental with tight and bouncy beat, the typical Street-Hop style. Pump Your Parry is released under Marlian Music and Bredus Records.

You can watch the video below:

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Master KG says he didn’t teach Burna Boy how to speak Zulu for ‘Jerusalema’

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South African music superstar, Master KG in an interview with Nigerian news agency, Punch Nigeria, talks about the recording process for the smash hit single – Jerusalema remix – with Burna Boy.

He told Punch Nigeria that Burna Boy was not paid to feature on Jerusalema remix, according to him, Burna Boy was already aware of the original version of the song and liked it, so it was easy to reach out to him for a feature.

Master KG says: “I did not pay Burna Boy to feature on the song, Jerusalema . . . According to what I heard, the song was one of his favourite songs as well. It was so easy to make it work and make the collaboration a success. So, there was no payment for the feature . . . It was not something he did for money instead he did it because it comes from his heart.”

He also revealed Burna Boy did not seek his assistance in learning how to speak Zulu language nor how to pronounce the words, in fact, Burna Boy had sent the song to him before he realised Burna Boy actually spoke his (Master KG’s) language on the track.

Speaking to Punch Nigeria, he says: “I remember the first time I heard his verse, he sang in Zulu language and I was shocked. I asked him where he learnt the Zulu language from but he just said, ‘don’t worry about that. How do you feel about the song?’ It was amazing. A lot of people think that he asked me how to pronounce the words but he never did that.” He also added he chose to work with the “African Giant” because “Burna Boy is one of the best in Africa.”

You can read the full interview HERE.

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