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“People think my family grow money on trees” – Real Madrid star David Alaba’s sister, Rose May says




An Austrian-Nigerian singer Rose May Alaba, has discussed the problems she faces as the sister of Real Madrid star David Alaba.

Rose May spoke exclusively with 88.5 UFM about her experiences and the myths surrounding her family.

According to Rose, people believe her family grows money on trees, and because her surname is related to a famous football player, they are seen as a bank.

Rose May underlined that finding genuine people has been difficult, as everyone believes they have everything.

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In her words:

“To be honest, the hustle is real. Everybody wants to make money. And I feel like once people hear my last name because it’s connected to a big soccer player which is my brother [David Alaba], they see us as a bank. They think we grow money on trees. But that is not the case.

“It’s hard to find genuine people who see the vision. And I feel like you always have to believe in yourself first for them to actually help you.”

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“He inherits steeze from his papa” – Reactions as Wizkid sends his first son Boluwatife to rapper Zlatan Ibile fashion store (Video)



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Mixed reactions have started trailing a new video of Wizkid’s first son Boluwatife Balogun appearance at rapper Zlatan Ibile’s fashion store.

In the clip making the rounds online, 13-year-old Wizkid’s son Boluwatife Balogun was seen shopping at the ZTTW fashion store alongside his mother Oluwanishola Ogudu.

Recall few weeks ago, Zlatan Ibile made headlines as he opened his ZTTW fashion store and by extension celebrities like Davido, Mayorkun, Dremo, Bella Shmurda, Odunlade Adekola, Pocolee, Ruger, Broda Shaggi and others were present to show him some love.

However, Wizkid who was not around during the exclusive opening of Zlatan’s fashion decided to pay back Zlatan who did amazingly well in their song ‘IDK.”

While other celebrities turns up by themselves, when it gets to Wizkid turn, he sent his first son, Boluwatife Balogun to do shopping for himself and was accompanied by his mother.

Boluwatife in the clip while at the Zlatan’s fashion store shows that his father is wealthy as he bought some t-shirts, and shoes and by extension captured the hearts of netizens with his steeze and composure.

Watch the video below;


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See reactions below;

derickrose28:May our children be so proud of our wealth openly😻❤️.

wofai.u: ❤Bolu inherit Steeze from him papa. Too much softness✨.

heis_ravense:He reach wizzy turn he send he son 😂😂😂😂.

official_leo_bibia: Wizkid and his family are 001.. they’re the only 001’s who do not “419” people.. 😍❤️.

carphy_flinks: Rich kid…..this one don dae use designers,them don use okrika swear for me😭.

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Mixed reactions as FG bans money ritual, ritual killing and smoking scenes in movies, musical videos and skits



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Shaibu Husseini, the Executive Director/CEO of the National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB), has announced that the Federal Government has approved the prohibition of depicting money rituals and glamorizing vices in Nigerian films.

Husseini disclosed this while speaking at a National Stakeholders Engagement on Smoke-Free Nollywood held in Enugu on Wednesday, May 22. The NFVCB boss emphasized that the prohibition of money rituals and glamorizing vices in Nigerian films has been approved by the Federal Government.

He said; “When my predecessor approached the former Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Muhammed on the need to make a subsidiary legislation to curtail the display of smoking in Nigerian movies, he saw the need to include money rituals. Others included in the regulation are ritual killings and glamourising other crimes in order to further sanitise the film industry.

Today, I am delighted to announce to you that the Minister of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, Hannatu Musawa, pursuant to section 65 of the NFVCB Act 2004 has approved the regulation.

The minister has approved the Prohibition of Money Ritual, Ritual Killing, Tobacco, Tobacco Products, Nicotine Product Promotion and Glamorisation display in Movies, Musical Videos and Skits” Regulations 2024.

We have also forwarded the approved copy to the Federal Ministry of Justice for Gazette.”

According to Husseini, besides the health implications, glamourising smoking in films poses a negative influence on teens and young adults who constitute the largest segment of Nigeria movie viewers. He said that the board was set to undertake detailed enlightenment programmes in secondary schools, tertiary institutions, local communities, faith groups and other institutions.

See reactions below;


saintavenue_ent1: Not a bad idea, but when them go ban looting public funds?

mz_bolajoko: But it is our reality, and the movies shows the bad end that comes with the rituals. How’s that a problem?.

obaksol: Oshey😂😂😂😂😂😂Hope they ban Looting of Citizens Funds too?

bright___:  Very good!! At least the illusion that money ritual can make you a billionaire overnight will reduce in our society.

iamninashai:  I think it’s a good move. Those movies portrait Nigeria and Africa in a bad light. Let’s be more creative and have better scenes.

princessdammy_:  Ban drug, corruption, money laundering, smoking, prostitution scenes too 😏.

iam_bmodel:  This federal government are always focused on things that are not important. So nah mountain Zion movies they want make we dey watch now?😏.

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Singer Slimcase flashes back on how Don Jazzy inspired him to be an influencer



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Notable singer Oluwafemi Oladapo, better known by his stage name Slimcase recounts how he was inspired by Don Jazzy to become a content producer and influencer.

Slimcase opened up on this while speaking in a recent interview with Lagos’ Naija FM.

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According to Slimcase, he didn’t make a clear-cut decision about becoming an influencer, rather he had found himself engaging in it.

Slimcase stated that he had studied how Don Jazzy had stayed relevant through the years, and got inspired to become an influencer.

He said:

“I didn’t decide to become a content creator/influencer. I just found myself doing it. As I was doing music and seeing trends online, I got inspired by Don Jazzy.

I looked at Don Jazzy’s way of life, from music to other things; how he has stayed relevant through the years and I was inspired. That has really helped me to hold my fans till the right music comes.”

Slimcase’s revelation is coming barely a week after Wizkid was bashed online for referring to Don Jazzy as an “influencer.”

Watch him speak below:


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