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ENTERTAINMENT

Burnaboy Receives Plaque For Selling Out London Stadium Of 80k Capacity

Popular and successful Afrobeats Superstar, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, popularly known as Burnaboy has generated several reactions and comments from the public, as receives plaque for selling out London Stadium of 80,000 capacity days ago, and this was one of the historical nights in the history of Afrobeats.

  2 days ago ago
Burnaboy Receives Plaque For Selling Out London Stadium Of 80k Capacity

SPORTS

How Tottenham could line up in 2023/2024 Season with Kane out & Maddison in

Tottenham finished the 2022/23 season 8th in the Premier League, which means the Spurs won't be participating in any European competitions. Nevertheless, Spurs are expected to have another busy summer as several players have been linked with a move away, while there are some whose contracts expire in the summer.

  7 days ago ago
How Tottenham could line up in 2023/2024 Season with Kane out & Maddison in

SPORTS

Current EPL Table Ahead Of The Tough Weekend Games As City Host Chelsea, while United Face B' Mouth

The Premier League returns this weekend, with Pep Guardiola's men preparing to host Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday evening just a few days after dumping Real Madrid out of the UEFA Champions League. The Cityzens are keen on breaking United's treble record and could do that if they beat Inter Milan and the Red Devils in the two finals that squat them.

  20 days ago ago
Current EPL Table Ahead Of The Tough Weekend Games As City Host Chelsea, while United Face B' Mouth

ENTERTAINMENT

Burna Boy Releases First Single of 2023 'Sittin' On Top Of The World'

The multiple award-winning singer, songwriter and performer Burna Boy confirmed that he would be releasing his first single of 2023 on the 2nd of June which is today, and the song would be a sample of Brandy's 1998 smashing hit 'Sittin' On Top Of The World.'

  5 days ago ago
Burna Boy Releases First Single of 2023
'Sittin' On Top Of The World'