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Nigerian rapper T.I Blaze loses his mother

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T.I Blaze, Nigerian rapper who got a breakout single after featuring rapper, Olamide, on the remix of his hit song “Sometimes”,has lost his mother.

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Blaze shared news of his mother’s de@th on Instagram. He wrote;

My biggest motivation just left me without saying goodbye but life must go on to make her proud! Love you MOM

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Blaze shared news of his mother’s de@th on Instagram. He wrote;

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Paul Okoye, Popular singer well known as Rudeboy, has expressed outrage after the Nigerian female basketball team was kicked out of the World Cup.

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The International Basketball Federation, FIBA, announced the news on Thursday, June 2, and replaced them with Mali. The decision to withdraw Nigeria comes after President Buhari banned the country from participating in all international basketball competitions and activities for a period of two years.

After the Nigerian basketball team refused to confirm its participation in the World Cup, FIBA withdrew them from the competition and threatened to sanction Nigeria for their action. Reacting to this development, Rude Boy took to his Instastory to lambast the Minister of Sport for not doing anything to make sure the female basketball team make it to the World Cup. He added the corruption in Nigeria is getting out of hand and everyone should go get their PVCs.

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