“I’m obsessed with Flavour” – Tiwa Savage cries out, singer reacts

"I’m obsessed with Flavour" – Tiwa Savage cries out, singer reacts

Tiwa Savage, a well-known Nigerian singer, has spoken out about her crush on Flavour as she discloses she is obsessed with him. Taking to Instagram, the mother of one revealed being fascinated with Flavour, asking the public if he will be performing at any upcoming events in Lagos. The 43-year-old, who admires Flavour’s music and flair, couldn’t get enough of it and is now begging for more. In her words,

"I’m obsessed with Flavour" – Tiwa Savage cries out, singer reacts

Tiwa Savage, Nigerian artist. source: Google “Pls is @2niteflavour performing anywhere else in Lagos. It’s an obsession at this point. “ In reaction to Tiwa’s statement, Flavour simply reposted it on his Instagram story.

Indomie Special Chicken Flavour is not registered by NAFDAC — DG

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Indomie Special Chicken Flavour is not registered by NAFDAC — DG

Director-General of the National Agency for Food, Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) Prof Mojisola Adeyeye, has disclosed that ‘Indomie Special Chicken flavour’ is not registered for by the agency for sale in Nigeria. Adeyeye disclosed this while announcing that the agency has commenced sampling and analysis of other Indomie noodles flavours including their seasonings for the presence of cancer-causing ethylene oxide, which was allegedly discovered by Taiwanese and Malaysian authorities. Indomie Special Chicken Flavour is not registered by NAFDAC — DG The NAFDAC DG assured Nigerians of a thorough investigation of the products both at factory and market levels. The statement read; “Indomie instant noodles products and other brands of noodles registered by NAFDAC for sale in the Nigerian market are manufactured in Nigeria and are only granted NAFDAC registration status following a strict regulatory regime covering all aspects of Good Manufacturing Practice. “The Management of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, NAFDAC is aware of the recall of Indomie Instant Noodles ‘Special Chicken Flavour’ by the Ministries of Health in Malaysia and Taiwan on account of the alleged presence of ethylene oxide, a compound associated with an increased risk of cancer.

Indomie Special Chicken Flavour is not registered by NAFDAC — DG

“NAFDAC, as a responsible and responsive regulator, is taking swift actions to carry out random sampling and analysis of Indomie noodles (including the seasoning) for the presence of ethylene oxide, as well as extending the investigation to other brands of instant noodles offered for sale to Nigerians. “We use this medium to assure the public that a thorough investigation of the products will be conducted both at the factory and market levels and our findings will be communicated. “The public is also hereby informed that the implicated Indomie Instant Noodles ‘Special Chicken Flavour’ is not registered by NAFDAC for sale in Nigeria.”

He’s all grown – Fans reacts to heartwarming video of Flavour and adopted son

He's all grown - Fans reacts to heartwarming video of Flavour and adopted son

Nigerian artist Flavour has melted the heart of many after he shared a video reuniting with his adopted son, Semah.

Recall that Flavour adopted the visually impaired Liberian singer whom he featured in one of his popular songs titled, ‘Most High’. The viral video of Semah has shown how grown the young boy has become over the years.
In the video shared online, Flavour and his son, Semah were seen hugging each other while Semah kept touching Flavour’s face. Semah has seen shading tears as a sign that he misses Flavour.
Read some comments from social media users below…
@Amakaofficial: I just wish God can just do a miracle and restore his sight🥺the love is deep ❤️
@Emmanyra: This is beautiful. God bless you and he is such a big boy now ❤️🙏🏾
@Yegwu: Made my eyes water I’m not going to lie😥
@chisomsop: See me crying like a bby …. If u have ur sight honestly u don’t know what God has done in ur life …. When I had my both almost gone I know what I suffered bfor God helped me …. Watching this boy always bring tears down…. @2niteflavour May God continue to bless you so much
@Lasmaureen: The way he feels his face at intervals. This GOD!

 

“Oyibo woman see fine man, she lose guard” – Reactions as American woman discovers she’s been scammed by impostor posing as Flavour (Video)

"Oyibo woman see fine man, she lose guard" – Reactions as American woman discovers she's been scammed by impostor posing as Flavour (Video)

An American lady has been left speechless after discovering that she has been chatting with an impostor.
Apparently, the American lady identified as Kimberly had been chatting with a guy for days who had been pretending to be the popular singer, Flavour.

Kimberly however, didn’t know she was being duped until she was invited to the MTV’s Catfish show.

Flavour was hosted on the show and was asked whether he had been chatting with Kimberly for some time now, but the singer denied knowing her.
The singer who was surprised by the question related how some other fans had been duped the same way, with some walking up to him after a show and asking him whether he still remembers them.
Netizens who have seen the video expressed their sympathies for Kimberly, while they commented on her countenance which showed her intense admiration for the singer.

Watch the video below:

Flavour reportedly gets N1.2bn for his biopic on Amazon Prime; Nigerians react

Flavour reportedly gets N1.2bn for his biopic on Amazon Prime; Nigerians react

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Nigerian highlife musician, Chinedu Okoli a.k.a Flavour N’Abania, has reportedly received $3M (N1.2bn) as advance payment for his biopic on Amazon Prime Video.
Further emerging reports suggest that Amazon Prime is set to kick off production of the singer’s documentary, which makes him the first African to enjoy such largesse.

Reacting to the feat, netizens wondered why the music star has refused to announce it on any of his social media channels.

Confirming the story, a Twitter user wrote; “A Nigerian musician received $3m as advance payment for his biopic on Amazon Prime. Guess who the musician is?”
@Igbo Facts wrote: “Top Igbo Highlife musician, Chinedu Okoli, popularly known as Flavour N’Abania received $3M as advance payment for his biopic on Amazon Prime Video. It makes him the first African to enjoy such largesse. Undoubtedly, this will globally open more doors for Igbo finest musicians.”

Worthy of mention, a biopic (short for “biographical picture”) is a type of motion picture that tells the life story of a non-fictional, real person.

Flavour Reportedly Ties Knot With First Baby Mama

 

 

Nigerian singer, Chinedu Izuchukwu Okoli popularly known as “Flavour” has reportedly tied the knot with his first baby mama, Sandra Okagbue.

 

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The couple started dating in 2014 and became famous for their on and off relationship and now it is being reported that they got married. According to On-Air personality, Blossom Martins, the music star, and Okagbue got married at a private ceremony that took place in Onitsha on Monday, August 3, 2020.

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The report stated that the wedding was held in discreet, devoid of the usual flamboyance associated with celebrities. However, the singer hasn’t confirmed the story and neither has Sandra. The singer and former beauty queen are parents to two daughters.

Mohamed Salah Is Crowned CAF African Footballer Of The Year

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Egyptian Footballer, Mohamed Salah, Emerges African Player of the Year 2017 at the CAF Awards yesterday. The 25-year old, who plays for English side Liverpool picked the topmost prize at the Aiteo CAF Awards Gala 2017, held at the International Conference Centre in Accra, Ghana.

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