Wizkid's 'Fever' Video Hits 2 Million Views On YouTube Under 48 Hours

Wizkid's 'Fever' video had recorded a whopping 2,536,547 views as fans turn the heat on Tiwa Savage.

Starboy Wizkid has reached 2 million views on YouTube for his new trending music video titled ‘Fever’, staring Tiwa Savage. The highly controversial clip was released at about 5 am on October 24 and at about 11: 23 pm on October 25, it climbed up to 2million views, five hours short of 48 hours. Since the video dropped, it’s got the whole of Nigeria internet buzzing, following the appearance of Tiwa Savage on the video who stars as Wizzy’s love interest. Both singers have been accused as lovers by fans and critics, even though they have come out severally to deny any affair. Please watch the video and drop your comment on our facebook page freshfactsonline

Legendary Actor, Sadiq Daba Honoured With 'Shield Of Nollywood' Title

Legendary Nigerian movie star, Sadiq Daba, has been honoured by the authorities of the nation's film industry with the titled of "Shield of Nollywood."

Veteran Nigerian actor, Sadiq Daba, has been honoured as ‘Garkuwan Nollywood’, Hausa for ‘Shield of Nollywood’, by stakeholders in the movie industry. NAN reports that the actor received the honour at the 2018 Nollywood New Yam Festival Awards held in Abuja recently. Emeka Rollas, national president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), described Daba as an inspiration to the industry. “He is indeed a shield in the industry as his wealth of experience and consistency has contributed greatly to Nollywood,” he said. “Honour, they say, should be given to whom honour is due, and that is what the organizers of this award have done to this veteran entertainer.” Daba expressed appreciation for the award, saying: “I am humbled to be honoured today, and I will sincerely work towards defending the interest of actors and filmmakers to build a stronger Nollywood.” NAN reports that Stephanie Apel, a Tiv-born filmmaker, was awarded the ‘Shanpepe of Nollywood’ (shining star) for using films to address societal issues and grooming young talents in the process. Patricia Akpamgbo, was honoured as the ‘Agbalakaibeya of Nollywood’, and Mariam Habila, a Kaduna-born actress, was named the ‘Nollywood Face of Culture’ for always using the motion picture to showcase Nigeria’s culture.
2face Idibia's Youngest Brother Gets Set To Wed, Releases Stunning Pre-Wedding Photos
Charles Idibia, a young man who happens to be the youngest brother of legendary singer, 2Face Idibia, is set to wed the love of his life, Rosemarie. The happy news was announced by an excited Annie Idibia, the wife of 2face, who took to Instagram to tell the world about the impending wedding. Announcing the wedding, Annie Idibia explained that she can't wait to witness the event. She wrote: "Wow wowzaaaaaaaa..So Excited!!!!! Youngest Idibia Brother Is Taken Oooooooooooo !!! "Can’t wait can’t wait!!!! Latest Mrs Idibia Coming throughhhhhhh @charlybrave @rosemarie__1" The couple also confirmed this by individually posting photos from their pre-wedding shoot on their Instagram pages and professing undying love for each other.

Jacket Worn By Michael Jackson During His 'Bad' Tour Goes Up For Auction

The iconic jacket which was worn by legendary musician, Michael Jackson during his 'Bad' tour, has gone up for auction.

According to a Reuters report, Michael Jackson’s black “Bad” jacket that the singer wore on his first solo tour is going up for auction in November and could fetch up to $100,000. Julien’s Auctions said on Friday that the jacket, which Jackson signed on the back with a silver permanent marker, was worn throughout the singer’s “Bad” world concert tour from 1987-89. The jacket, with multiple zippers, straps and buckles, is one of the late singer’s most iconic costume pieces alongside his red and black leather “Thriller” music video jacket that sold for $1.8 million at auction in 2011. Jackson has become one of the most collectible celebrities since his sudden death in 2009 in Los Angeles at age 50 from an accidental overdose of an anesthetic he was using as a sleep aid. The “Bad” jacket is being sold by Texas businessman and philanthropist Milton Verret along with almost 100 other items from his large rock ‘n roll memorabilia collection. Verret also owns the “Thriller” jacket, which he takes around children’s hospitals, but is not putting that item up for auction. The Nov. 10 auction at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, New York, will also feature electric guitars played by Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, and U2 band members The Edge and Bono. The various guitars are expected to fetch between $20,000 - $50,000 apiece. Part of the auction proceeds will go to the MusicCares charity arm of Grammy Award organizers the Recording Academy that provides health and other services to musicians. “It’s tough for musicians and artists today and this auction presents another opportunity to give back to the music community,” Verret said in a statement.

Ooni Of Ife Spotted Attending His Wife, Prophetess Naomi's Church (Photos +Video)

The Ooni of Ife has been caught on camera attending his new Queen, Prophetess Naomi's church recently
Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife, has accompanied his wife, Prophetess Naomi, to church. The respected monarch followed his wife to the 7th year thanksgiving anniversary of her church, En-Heralds ministry yesterday. The service took place in Akure, Ondo state. The Queen looked regal in her blue and white ensemble, a clear difference from the Ooni's former wife, Olori Wuraola who was always wearing white while their marriage lasted. updated 12 minutes ago