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IT’S A HUDDAH THING

By now we all know KOT lives and breathes memes especially when a socialite is involved. However as the world mourns the demise of boxing legend Mohammed Ali, Huddah chose to kill Jicho Pevu’s Mohammed Ali instead and wished his family well while declaring how she will miss his programme. While other quarters are refuting the tweet, online bigwigs insist it is a Huddah thing; brains and beauty just don’t mix in socialite-ville!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY OBINNA!

Celebrated comedian turned musician Obinna Ike Igwee is a year older. The entertainer turns 26 today and used his online platforms to give thanks to God and count his blessings. Obinna is best known for his over the top Instagram parties and more recently, the release of two hit gospel songs; Bolingo na Ngai and Superstar. XAccess wishes the funny man a happy birthday and many happy returns.

VICTORIA KIMANI A NO SHOW AT OWN PARTY

Celebrities never cease to amaze and Victoria Kimani seems to be at the mix of things. The Nigerian based singer was slated for an explosive party dubbed Victoria and friends at Cubano where King Kaka, P-Unit among other top celebs (her friends arguably) were to perform. However, Victoria never showed up and we are yet to hear from her reps. However King Kaka gave a sterling performance bringing the house down with his old and new hits.

 

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