Author: African Celebs

MC Hammer Schools Terry Crews and Silicon Valley Elites on Hip Hop and the Streets

 ‘Stand up for what is right even if it means standing alone.’ – Suzy Kassem In a leaked audio from the invite-only app Clubhouse Dinner Party by Felicia Horowitz, wife of Silicon Valley billionaire Ben Horowitz to celebrate Hip Hop and Technology, the discussion seemed to be going in the wrong direction, when MC hammer stepped in to set the record straight. When Terry Crews started to make fun of Suge Knight, Hammer quickly pointed that Suge defied the odds and built a $250 Million company in the hood, and not to denigrate him, especially in a discussion that...

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Africans In China: Coronavirus Discrimination..

Over the years, China and Africa have remained in great alliance politically and economically. As a result of the association between them, both parties have benefitted from its partnership through  education, trade and many more. However, this Covid-19 pandemic which officially surfaced in Wuhan, China and spread through more than 160 countries worldwide has created a lot of controversies and pain for lots of innocent Africans in China. China, had the highest recording cases during the early days of this virus and has now reportedly able to manage the situation and work around it through their total lockdowns. The...

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Mpumi ”Msakazi” Mlambo unlocks Channel O’s Lockdown House Party

Mpumi Mlambo is an Award-winning radio personality who is affectionately known as Msakazi by Power FM listeners is highly gracing our television screens. Msakazi, who is an aspiring young media mogul that looks up to black women such as Oprah bagged herself a television MC on one of Channel O’s famous music shows, the Lockdown House Party which airs on Friday and Saturday nights. ”I want to be an African version of Oprah and own my own media production company, produce amazing African content and create opportunities for young talented people. I want them to know and understand that...

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African Celebrities Who Inspire Us: Stephanie Linus

TBT: Filmmaker & Entrepreneur, Nollywood Actress, Brand Ambassador (Multiple) Stephanie Linus SNEPCo/NNPC Partners With Extended Hands Foundation To Bring Free Medical Surgery To Women Suffering From Obstetric Fistula In Sokoto A total of 25 women formerly living with Vesico Vaginal Fistula (VVF) have received free repair surgeries, giving them a chance to live normal lives again. This life-changing event was carried out courtesy of a recent Extended Hands Foundation’s pool effort in Sokoto state sponsored by SNEPCo/NNPC.   Since its inception, the goal of the Extended Hands Foundation founded by star actress and producer Stephanie Linus, has been to...

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REBELLION AND FASHION IN ONE PLACE: THE WOMEN OF HERERO.

One ethnic group that struggled a lot during the colonial period is the Herero inhabiting mainly Namibia. During the Bantu movement, they migrated to today’s Namibia where they lived through herding and agriculture. The 18th and 19th centuries saw them battling with Nama groups of South Africa and German colonialists. Sadly, most Herero people were wiped out during these times. Now, as an attribution their ancestors being slaughtered, the surviving women of Herero are dressing in a distinctive style that resembles the traditional costumes. The question that comes to mind is; what was the chain of events that led...

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