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Crying R. Kelly says “this is not me” amidst troubling sexual allegations

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Kelly speaks out after he was indicted on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse – The singer was charged of sexual abuse against four women – Robert Kelly denied the charges, claiming that he did not do any of the crime he was accused of –

It was gathered that Kelly could face 70 years in prison if he gets convicted on all 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse Popular American R&B singer, Robert Kelly known as R. Kelly, who was charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse on Friday, February 22, has finally spoken out in an interview with Gayle King of CBS News. Legit.ng had earlier reported that the popular R&B singer is expected to appear in court on Friday, March 8.

He was indicted on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against four victims. In the interview, R. Kelly had denied all allegations against him. The singer who was emotional during the interview tearfully denied sleeping with underage girls, physically or emotionally abusing women.

He said: “Quit playing, I didn’t do this stuff. This is not me. I’m fighting for my f*****g life.” R. Kelly had told King that there was no reason for him to do any of the crimes he was charged with. The singer said with everything in his past he would not do something like that. In 2008, the singer who had been charged with child pornography was acquitted. R. Kelly stated that the old charges and the new ones are all false. He said: “Not true, whether they’re old rumors, new rumors, future rumors…Not true.”

On photos shared from the interview on King’s Instagram, it could be seen that the singer was being held back by an unidentified man as he emotionally shared his thoughts.

According to DailyMail, the singer could face 70 years in maximum prison if he is convicted on all charges. He would be given seven years for each of the 10 counts of sexual abuse

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Followers of televangelist TB Joshua on edge as 27th March prophesy deadline for coronavirus looms

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Followers of televangelist TB Joshua on edge as 27th March prophesy deadline for coronavirus looms 

The Nigerian prophet and general overseer of the Synagogue Church of all nations Prophet TB Joshua during one of his services said the deadly coronavirus ravaging the world will disappear just as it came by March 27th 2020

Another Nigerian based televangelists Apostle Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries also told his followers that God told him the virus will disappear just as it came but didn’t attach a deadline to it 

The coronavirus however seem to be getting worst around the globe both in terms of numbers of infected cases and dead rates

Many continue to die around the world and African countries are increasingly infected with WHO officials warning  millions could die in the continent if nothing urgent is done to help.

But this would not be  the first time prophet TB Joshua’s prophesy fails to come true should the 27 March deadline fails to end the virus around the globe.

During the heated US elections between Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump, the revered man of God with millions of followers across the globe said he saw a woman emerging as the winner  of the race.

It would later turnout Trump won the election even though his followers consoled themselves with the fact that Hilary Clinton won the popular vote

It remains highly unlikely that the deadly coronavirus will suddenly disappear between now and tomorrow morning.

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Music legend Manu Dibango dies of coronavirus in Paris-France

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After haven’t been killed on social media on many occasions, Cameroonim super star and music legend Manu Dibango has finally died due to coronavirus at the age of 86

A message from his official Facebook account reads

Dear family, dear friends, dear fans,

A voice raises from far away…

It is with deep sadness that we announce you the loss of Manu Dibango, our Papy Groove, who passed away on 24th of March 2020, at 86 years old, further to covid 19.

His funeral service will be held in strict privacy, and a tribute to his memory will be organized when possible.

Emmanuel N’Djoké Dibango is a Cameroonian musician and songwriter who plays saxophone and vibraphone. He developed a musical style fusing jazz, funk, and traditional Cameroonian music.

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Camair Diva Daphne shines at the biggest music award in Africa [Full list of winners]

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The 2019 African Muzik Magazine Awards(AFRIMMA) took place over the weekend in Dallas, Texas and Cameroon’s music diva Daphne shines brightest as the singer won the best female musician in Central Africa.

The  Calee singer was the only Cameroonian to back home an award in a night which saw famous names in the continents music industry smiling home with recognition and more money in the bank

The awards show hosted a lot of the biggest and brightest new African talent, with the likes of Fally Ipupa, 2Baba, Zlatan Rema, and many more in attendance.

The big winners at the 2019 AFRIMMAs include Nigeria’s Zlatan, who took home the Best Newcomer award and the Song of the Yearaward for “Killin Dem” alongside Burna Boy. Burna Boy also won the Artist of the Yearaward.

For the Best East African Male and Femaleawards, Tanzania’s Ommy Dimpoz and Kenya’s Akothee won big. In the Best Male Southern Africa categories, Master KG took home a trophy, while Fally Ipupa won for Best Male Central Africa.

Late Ivorian star DJ Arafat received a post-humous honor for Best Francophone, while Togo’s Toofan won Best African Group. Phynowon Best Rap Act and his fellow countryman Rema won Video of the Year.

Additionally, 2Baba was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

AFRIMMA is not to be confused with the Nigerian-based All Africa Music Awards(AFRIMA), which is a separate event.

See the full list of 2019 AFRIMMA winners below.

Best Female East Africa – Akothee

Best Collaboration – Burna Boy x Zlatan – Killing Dem

Afrimma Video of The Year – Rema – Dumebi

Best Lusophone – Nelson Freitas

Best New Act – Zlatan

Best Rap Act – Phyno

Best African Group – Toofan

Best Video Director – Sasha Vybz

Best Male Southern Africa – MasterKG

Best Francophone – DJ Arafat

Song of The Year – Burna Boy x Zlatan – Killin Dem

Best Male Central Africa – Fally Ipupa

Best Male East Africa – Ommy Dimpoz

Artist of The Year – Burna Boy

RADIO/TV PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR – Willy Tuva

Transformational Leadership Award – Governor Hassan Ali Joho

AFRIMMA COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP AWARD – Rep. Helen Giddings

AFRIMMA COMMUNITY IMPACT AWARD – Prince Ned Nwoko

Best Female West Africa – Aya Nakamura

Best Female Central Africa – Daphne

Best Female Southern Africa – Sho Madjozi

Crossing Boundaries with Music Award – Davido

Best Gospel Artist – Mercy Chinwo

Best Dj Africa – Dj Man Renas

Best African Dj USA – Dj Poison Ivy

Music Producer of The Year – Kel-P

Best African Dancer – Izzie Odigie

Best Live Act – Diamond Platnumz

Best Male West Africa – Burna Boy

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