Angry Wizkid Allegedly Smashed A Microphone To Pieces At The Ghana Music Awards Soundcheck
The 17th edition of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards prior held last Saturday May 7 2016 at the Accra International Conference Centre in Ghana.
Just like most award shows, organizers of the awards show put up an itinerary for the performing artists to have their last sound check but the unforeseen happened as the eventual winner of the Best African Artist, Wizkid, smashed and broke a microphone minutes after starting his sound check.
According to Nydjlive, Wizkid, who got to the venue on time for sound check was delayed for almost two hours due to reasons yet to be explained by the organizers. Keeping his cool and maintaining his composure, he +waited patiently till he could mount the stage for his sound check.
However, he was angered minutes into his performance as the director for the sound check through Wizkid’s representatives asked him to end his sound check since the time for the main event was drawing closer.
This is said to have angered him so much that he allegedly smashed the microphone he had in his hand on the floor, breaking it into pieces. As though that was not enough, he expressed his frustration throwing some unprintable words at the director.
He also asked if it was his fault that sound check did not start as scheduled.
The operatives of Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of Lagos State Police Command, has nabbed a member of syndicate specializing in trans-border crime, stealing vehicles in Lagos and moving them to Ogun and neighbouring countries to sell and recovered eight stolen vehicles from them.
The operatives of RRS, who were working on a reported case of stolen Toyota Corolla from where it was parked in Ikeja Business District, Lagos, tracked the vehicle on Thursday night to a compound in Kobape, Abeokuta, belonging to a car dealer.
According to the report, It was gathered that the Toyota Corolla, grey, 2004 model with registration number, KRD 759, belonging to Mrs. Olaitan Lawal, was removed from the car park during a church programme at Ikeja, at about 6:00 pm on Thursday before it was found around 1:00 a.m. on Friday.
According to the owner of the car, “I took my car to the church and I parked it at the space designated for parking. After the church service, I went back to pick my car to go home, …
Popular Nigerian radio presenter Freeze will never seize to surprise his fans on a daily basis. Aside passing both negative and positive comments about issues affecting the country and some notable figures, the oap has come to show his fans another side of him that they are not aware of.
Over the weekend, the Freeze visited Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s hometown Epe. During his visit he decided to make a quick stop at the Epe fish market to buy crocodile meat. While at the market, Freeze did a short video of his outing and posted it on Instagram and invited some of his friends to come taste it saying: “Went to gov. @akinwunmiambode town Epe to visit the #EpeFishMarket and decided to try some #CrocodileMeat available in the market. Would you like to try some? @louieduke @rollyajomiwe @rangeroverdoctor @fineboy_racing @kaylahoniwo @f.aouad @def4real @djexclusive83 @iambolar and @themanmannie7 dinner starts at 9pm.” See post and pictures below:
This post is adapted from 10 Reasons Jesus Came to Die, a short-form tract based on the best-selling book, Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Dieby John Piper.
1. To destroy hostility between races.
The suspicion, prejudice, and demeaning attitudes between Jews and non-Jews in Bible times were as serious as the racial, ethnic, and national hostilities today. Yet Jesus “has broken down . . . the dividing wall of hostility . . . making peace . . . through the cross” (Ephesians 2:14–16). God sent his Son into the world as the only means of saving sinners and reconciling races.
2. To give marriage its deepest meaning.
God’s design was never for marriages to be miserable, yet many are. That’s what sin does . . . it makes us treat each other badly. Jesus died to change that. He knew that his suffering would make the deepest meaning of marriage plain. That’s why the Bible says, “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her” (Ephesians 5:25).
God’s design for…