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J-lo dumps ‘Ben 10’ choreographer boyfriend Casper

Jennifer Lopez 47 and Casper Smart 29 are over as a couple. “It wasn’t anything dramatic and they were on good terms, it just came to a natural end,” a source has said. “They will remain friends and they see each other, but they are not together.”

Lopez and Smart started dating in late 2011 but were said to have split up in June 2014. In May 2015, JLo gave him a shout-out on Instagram, fanning the flames on rumors that had been circulating since March that they were once again an item. Days later, when Ellen DeGeneres asked if she was single, she replied, “I’m kind of not, and I kind of am.”

2baba, Sauti sol release inspirational ‘OyaComeMakeWeGo’

Nigerian legendary superstar 2baba Idibia is in collaboration with Kenya’s number one all boy band Sauti sol in an inspiring music video dubbed ‘Oya Come Make We Go’. This music video tells a story of dreaming, believing, working and eventually achieving. Just 24 hours after its official release and publishing on Youtube, the video has registered over 10,000 views with fans hailing the good message in the song as well as the inspirational video.

Nandy defends Mr. Blue pick for ‘nagusa gusa’ remix

Beautiful Tanzanian songbird Nandy has defended her pick of bad boy of rap Mr. Blue for her remix of ‘nagusa gusa’. The sassy singer says she wanted a different feel for the song and was optimistic Mr. Blue was the right man for the job. ‘He made me proud, just like I thought he would, he brought the impact and feeling that I had envisioned,’ she said. The duo are currently working on the video to the song which is expected to be released soon.

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