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SAD: Mad-Melon of DanfoDrivers is Dead

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A veteran Nigerian entertainer and member of the music duo, Danfo Drivers, has died.

FR gathered that Omeofa Oghene aka “Mad Melon passed away on Wednesday night at a hospital in #Ajegunle, Lagos, after a battle with an undisclosed ailment.

Mad Melon on his sick bed

According to the management of the group in a statement, the artiste died on Wednesday night after a brief illness.

The statement said, “The management of Mad Melon and Mountain Black aka Danfo Drivers, wishes to announce to the general public the passing of Oghenemaro Emeofa aka Mad Melon.

“A true legend has fallen. May God grant his family, group mate (Mountain Black), well-wishers and friends the fortitude to bear the loss.”

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Burna Boy Acquires 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia (Photos)

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Fast rising Nigerian born star, Burna Boy has just acquired a 2013 Ferrari 458 Italia. It’s gray in colour with a red interior. The singer can be seen checking out his ride.

The excited Grammy-nominee  took to his social media page  to share the . He posted photos on his Instagram page, he also wrote on the photo text: ‘Ferrari 458 Italia SOLD!!!’

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Duncan Mighty Arrested Over Fraud Allegation – Police

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Police in Imo have said that musician, Duncan Mighty, was arrested on Saturday over allegation of fraud.

The Port Harcourt-based singer was initially rumoured to have been kidnapped by unknown gunmen.

However, Imo police spokesman, Godson Ikeokwu, said in a statement that Duncan Mighty was arrested following allegation of fraud.

“This followed a petition written by an upcoming rap artist M2, who claimed that the Imo State Government led by Owelle Rochas Okorocha, through the office of the SA oN , enter into a deal with Duncan Mighty to manage, promote, arrange collaboration with other top artiste and sign M2 under YOUNG WEALTH record label owned by Duncan Mighty, as a result an agreement was reached with a fee of ELEVEN MILLION NAIRA (N11,000,000) was paid to him, However, since collecting the payment he refused to fulfill his own part of the deal,” the statement said.

Duncan had in October raised alarm that his life was under threat over the deal.

The police spokesman, however, added: “Sequel to the petition, the artiste was arrested, and he affirmed the having such agreement and collecting the fund, but said he can only refund the money if the contract is terminated, he was then released on bail on self recognizance.

“Consequently, a letter was received by the representative of the former Governor, terminating the contract to enable him refund the money, and since then he absconded, and all efforts made to reach him proved abortive.

“In view of the above, a warrant of arrest was issued, that led to his arrest at the early hours of this morning.”

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