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Jessie J says royals are ‘learning’ from Meghan fallout after William blasts racists

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Meghan Markle’s Instagram post about the comments made by Prince William concerning her looks and a perceived lack of racism in the British culture is being widely seized as a sign of reform in the upper echelons of society.

Some are calling this a turning point in the Prince’s relationship with the British media and public. Others say it shows just how out of touch he is with how people feel. Meghan herself has stayed silent on the subject, declining all interview requests. But the reaction she received throughout her journey with INSTAGRAM has been varied.

Some people believe she needed to lose her royal sense of style in order to grow as an artist. Others say she showed real courage in speaking out about racism and social inclusion in the media and entertainment industry.

I’m glad Meghan is stepping up. It’s what’s best for her and for the country. It’s not about who she calls her boyfriend (though I’m sure it’s unfortunate that his views got so stained over something as silly as a baby photoshoot). If anything, she’s showing that some people who have power can use it to help. If her friends think she shouldn’t fight back because she’s a princess (I don’t think she wants to be a princess) then they should think about letting her stay in her bubble and not telling her what to do.

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Kanye West reunites with Jay-Z on the new album, Donda

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The Gold Digger singer, 44, hosted a launch party for his new album, titled Donda after his late mother, at the sold-out Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.

Young Guru, a record producer and engineer who has worked with Jay-Z, revealed the verse was a last-minute addition, perhaps explaining why the launch party started almost two hours late.

He tweeted: “HOV did the verse today!!!! At 4 pm.”

But fans certainly think it’s been worth the wait and as well as Jay-Z, the album features contributions from hip hop stars including Pusha T, Lil Baby, and Travis Scott.

Kanye returned to the city he was born in and stunned the crowd as he wore a red puffer jacket, matching trousers, and orange shoes all of his own design. He also donned what appeared to be a brown rubber mask.

There was no formal introduction when he eventually took to the stage area as his album began playing.

And in a move that stunned everyone, Jay-Z made an appearance on the last song of the night as the pair appear to have buried the hatchet after years of tension.

Kanye first promised the release of Donda a year ago, but the project were hugely delayed.

The event, which was live-streamed, saw Kanye occasionally break out into a dance in the huge arena while he paced around to the music.

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Ndovu Kuu back on Youtube

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Singer Cristopher Thande, known as Krispah in the entertainment scene, has confirmed his hit track Ndovu Kuu is back on Youtube.

Bryanka had successfully managed to have the song temporarily deleted from the site after filing for a copyright complaint but it appears he has lost the battle.

The move to have the song temporarily removed elicited varied reactions, with another singer namely Khaligraph Jones, who features in it, attributing the decision to ‘jealousy’.

“It is unfortunate that we get to this level of jealousy from fellow artists. The copyright strikes are not legitimate; even Mejja was a victim of such circumstances, so it is something that is happening now in the industry,” Jones told Nairobi News in an earlier interview.

But Dexta has defended his actions stating that the song (Ndovu ni Kuu) was not only a copyright infringement to his music but also sheds a bad light on Kenyatta University’s brand due to its scathing lyrics. It is a shame that upcoming artists are now using copyright claims to get to the top rather than put in hard work,” papa Jones told Nairobi news.

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Pop Smoke’s tragic murder as a rapper is remembered on his 22nd birthday

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Pop Smoke, whose real name was Bashar Barakah Jackson, would have celebrated his 22nd birthday today, but his life was cut tragically short when he was murdered in February 2020.

The authorities, who were called to the scene by a friend of someone in the house, were made aware of the rented address being shared online and said at the time it “was an angle” they were looking at when investigating the murder.

At the time of his passing, Pop Smoke was one of the most prominent US drill artists, a style of music popular in the UK and in Chicago which often responds to violence.

The rapper was becoming prominent shortly before his death. His second mixtape, Meet the Woo 2, was released on February 7 and debuted at number 7 in the Billboard 200.

Only two weeks later on February 19, the rapper passed away.

Following Pop Smoke’s death, hip-hop star Safaree Samuels spoke about how emerging rappers need to be careful with making lavish displays of wealth on social media.

“I know some ppl might not be used to having a lot of money but try your best and refrain from showing it on social media… Won’t front like I didn’t go thru that phase but I learned from it.”

Another rapper called Blueface, who grew up in the Mid-City neighborhood of Los Angeles, issued a similar warning about safety.

““People think Cali/LA is beautiful sunny palm trees,” he wrote.

The album was executive-produced by 50 Cent and remained on the chart for 28 weeks, and still sits in the top 10 on the Billboard 200 over half a year after the initial release.

Meanwhile, the drill legend’s family recently collaborated with the Brooklyn Borough President and the Entertainers For Education Alliance – I Will Graduate organization to present a public service announcement on gun violence.

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