Oluwaseun Fagbemi

Groups You May Also Like

People Who Liked
People Who Favourited
People Who Followed

Posts

  • Power couple, Beyonce and Jay-Z, were among the top celebrities that were honored at the 2019 NAACP Image Awards, which took place at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Saturday night.

    Beyonce took the Entertainer of the Year award, while her husband went home with the NAACP President's Award.

    After the award ceremony, the mother of three took to Instagram to share photos of herself and husband posing before they attended the award ceremony.
  • Kizz Daniel goes completely blonde in new photo

    Yaaay or Nay?

    Comment Below.....
      • Share on afrosky.com
        Share On Facebook
        Share On Google Plus
        Share On Twitter
        More
        Share
      • 0 | 0
  • 'What’s the difference between these SARS guys and armed robbers and assassins? - Falz The Bahd Guy asks
      • Share on afrosky.com
        Share On Facebook
        Share On Google Plus
        Share On Twitter
        More
        Share
      • 0 | 0
  • Celebrities around the World have taken to their respective social media accounts to mourn Grammy-nominated rapper, Nipsey Hussle, who was shot and killed on Sunday evening.

    The 33- year-old father of two was shot alongside two other victims outside of his store called The Marathon Clothing in South Los Angeles. He was pronounced dead on arrival at a hospital while the two other victims remain in serious condition.

    In response to news of his shocking death, Nipsey Hussle’s fans including his celebrities friends like, Rihanna, Drake, J.Cole, Meek Mill, Lebron James, Snoop Dogg, Chance The Rapper, Pharrell Williams, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, SZA, Micheal Jordan among many others have taken to social media to pay tribute to him.
      • Share on afrosky.com
        Share On Facebook
        Share On Google Plus
        Share On Twitter
        More
        Share
      • 0 | 0
  • Oluwaseun  Fagbemi
    Mar 29 · · From iPhone
    Jussie Smollett may have just been checkmated by the City of Chicago, and it could cost him his "Empire" job.

    The City is now demanding he pay $130k for the overtime required to investigate the now-infamous "attack." A City official sent Jussie a demand letter, but his people have already rejected the request, saying the only person owed anything is Jussie -- as in, an apology from the Mayor and Police Superintendent.

    This has now set up a courtroom showdown, and sources connected to the Mayor tell TMZ ... they will absolutely file a civil case to get the money. Under the law, the City can actually collect 3 times the actual amount owed as a penalty -- meaning around $390,000.


    If Jussie fights it in court, his "attack" case will be fully litigated. A judge will have to decide if the attack was fake before deciding whether Jussie is required to pay. What's more, the judge would only have to rule that it's more likely than not -- 51/49 percent -- that Jussie faked the attack. That's ...  more
  • LOS ANGELES, CA – D.L. Hughley was at the Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday (March 26) when he was asked about the Dr. Dre USC controversy. The Aftermath Entertainment CEO felt the heat after he bragged about his daughter Truly Young getting into the University of Southern California with “no jail time,” a jab at the recent college admissions cheating scandal.

    After Dre was called out for making a $70 million donation to the school in 2013, he ultimately deleted his celebratory Instagram post. Hughley doesn’t see anything wrong with Dre’s donation.

    “USC’s one of the finest schools in the land,” he told TMZ. “It’s nothing like the college cheating scandal. He didn’t pay anybody to take his daughter’s tests. He didn’t pay people to say she was on the team. She ain’t rowing. He gave $70 million. If you give $70 million, your kids’ kids should be able to go to that school. Anybody named Dr. Pepper should go there. Anyone that has doctor in their n...  more
      • Share on afrosky.com
        Share On Facebook
        Share On Google Plus
        Share On Twitter
        More
        Share
      • 0 | 0