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Ali Kiba meet up with Yvonne Chaka Chaka sparks rumours of collaboration

15534858_1827024934208555_1237355442045190144_nTanzanian singer and superstar Ali Kiba was on a recent trip to South Africa where he was reportedly set to perform at the Mkhaya Migrants Awards. After meeting up with living legend, singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka and a social media post that read ‘’It was a great honor and pleasure to meet Mama Yvonne Chaka Chaka who I have loved and admired all my life. Thank you for hosting us and sharing your memories, advice and guidance. I am truly grateful and looking forward to our project #KingKiba,” the internet is abuzz with collaboration rumours. Yvonne Chaka Chaka later added fuel to the flames by posting a picture of the two singing together with the caption, “Mom and the boys @officialalikiba was good working with you.”

Kim Kardashian makes X-Rated return to Instagram



After going incognito for the past 10 weeks, socialite Kim Kardashian has made a tentative but striking return on the app just in time to hawk some merchandise for the holiday season. The official KIMOJI Instagram account got an update through a video of –presumably Kim’s—a backside twerking on the app, accompanying this was a picture of a body in a red bra and underwear set and cleavage on full display. The reality star was also spotted at friend, Shelli Azoff’s Christmas get-together at The Forum in LA, later in the day as she made her foray into public life once again. This come two months after the Paris robbery that made international headlines in October.

Trump may take 2016 ‘King of Petty’ award for Twitter tech summit snub



US President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday held a tech summit where all of Silicon Valley’s biggest names met to discuss matters affecting the tech industry, notably absent was Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. It has been revealed that the reason behind the move was due to a botched emoji deal between Trump’s campaign team and Twitter. The custom emoji would include the hashtag #CROOKEDHILLARY which would have come into play during the October 9 Presidential debate.  Dorsey claimed that the emoji would have caused legal trouble adding, “We believe that political advertising merits a level of disclosure and transparency that branded political emojis do not meet, and we ultimately decided not to permit this particular format for any political advertising.”



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