SHOCKING!! Video Of Popular Rapper And Actress Kissing And Smooching In Bed Goes Viral(Video)

A video of the AMG Business rapper, Samuel Frimpong aka Medikal and his new girlfriend, Fella Makafui kissing and smooching in bed has popped up on social media and it’s fast going viral.

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In the video, Medikal is lying with Fella Makafui under the sheets and it’s all romance. They could be seen giggling, kissing at all sort of places, smooching and doing all kinds of kinky stuff. Well, as expected, social media users have reacted widely to the video with many condemning and praising the two for their show of affection.

 

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A section of social media users has accused Medikal and Fella of doing all these just to tease and mock Medikal’s ex-girlfriend, Deborah Vanessa aka Sister Derby. Medikal was snatched from Sister Derby by Fella Makafui weeks ago and it has become a heated topic for discussion on social media since then.

Sister Derby has released a diss song for the two describing their affair as cockroaches love. Medikal has already countered with several diss freestyle and lately a full diss song. Archipalago called on Medikal because all his songs as a reply to Sister Derby’s ‘Kakalika Love’ diss song is just making him look like child. Archipelago sent an advised to the AMG rapper Medikal to stop that sh**t and move on.just yesterday, Medikal released another song titled ‘Open Letter’ in which he talked on how Sister Deborah used to insult Lydia Forson.

 

 

He also revealed a lot of unnecessary secrets. It’s at the back of this that Palago is advising him via his Snapchat account. After being evasive, dropping a hint with a diss song, rapper Medikal has finally confirmed his love journey with singer Sister Debbie has come to an end after a two-year ride.

According to him, they have gone their separate ways for a while now. And yes, he has started a new love ride with actress Fella Makafui of YOLO fame.

 

And Medikal says he will clear the air on his breakup with the self -acclaimed African Mermaid with a new song titled Ayekoo, which he plans to release on Saturday, November 10.

In an exclusive chat with Graphic Showbiz, Medikal (real name Samuel Adu Frimpong) said, “Everything you hear about me, Sister Debbie, Fella Makafui is true. Sister Debbie and I are no more together, although I do not want to go into details.

 

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Check Out The List Of Top 10 Artistes Performing At Felabration 2018

For the 2018 edition of Felabration, Davido and Tuface will lead a roll call of top 10 artists lined up for the music festival. The New Afrikan Shrine released an impressive artiste line up for the 2018 edition of the music festival themed Overtaking Overtake.

The 10 biggest artists have been billed to grace the New Afrikan Shrine stage for the 2018 Felabration at the New Afrikan Shrine on Agidingbi, Central Business District, Ikeja, Lagos. The annual event held in memory of the late Abami Eda, Fela Anikulapo Kuti hosted by his dynasty started on Monday, October 15 at its traditional home of the Afrikan Shrine.

  1. Davido

Davido is unarguably one of the biggest Nigerian music act at the moment and his presence at the AfriKan Shrine is expected to thrill guests and attendees of the 2018 Felabration. David Adedeji Adeleke better known by his stage name Davido, is a Popular Nigerian singer, songwriter and record producer. His 2011 single “Dami Duro” was well-received throughout Nigeria. Along with his elder brother Adewale Adeleke, Davido is the co-owner of HKN Music (a record label home to Sina Rambo, B. Red and DeeKay). He has produced songs for Naeto C, Skales, Tiwa Savage and Sauce Kid. In April 2012, he signed an endorsement deal with MTN Nigeria. The DMW Boss Davido would be at performing at the Felabration 2018.

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2.  Tuface

Tuface Idibia has assumed a position of Nigerian fantastic musician. He is known to have been influenced by Afrobeats to create music and become a big name in the industry.  Tuface is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, record producer and entrepreneur. Prior to July 2014, he went by the stage name 2face Idibia. He is one of the most decorated and successful Afro pop artists in Africa, and is also one of the most bankable artists in Africa.

Tubaba has received one MTV Europe Music Award, one World Music Award, five Headies Awards (Hip-hop award) and other multiple awards, the “African Queen” crooner would definitely wow the audience at the Felabration.

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3. Femi Kuti

Femi Kuti, the reigning king of Afrobeats, who was tutored by his father and Afrobeat creator, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, will be performing to thousands of attendees which was put at over 250,000 by Yeni Kuti, according to a 2017 report by PM Express.

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4.   Seun Kuti

Seun Kuti, an accomplished young Nigerian and son of Afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, would also be thrilling guests and attendees at the 2018 Felabration. Oluwaseun Kuti, commonly known as Seun Kuti, is a Nigerian Muscian and the youngest son of legendary afrobeat pioneer Fela kuti. Seun leads his father’s former band Egypt 80. He would be there to make the night an historical one.

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5. Adekunle Gold

Following his success at his London show,the award winning sensational singer Adekunle Gold will be bringing his unique style of music to fans and guests at the 2018 Felabration.

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6. Mayorkun

The first signee on Davido’s DMW has been thrilling fans across Nigeria and other parts of the world. As he looks forward to his Mayor of Lagos concert in December 2018, Mayorkun will be bringing his A-Game to fore. DMW act, Mayourkun has been making headlines ever since he released his single ‘Eleko’. … His currents songs, ‘Che Che’, ‘Bobo’, and collaborations are also on heavy rotation across the continent, thus making him highly sought after. … Real names Adewale Mayowa Emmanuel .

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7.  Timaya

Timaya has become a household name in the Nigerian entertainment industry and having him on the bill complements the magnitude of the event.

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8.   Wande Coal

Soulful musician, Wande Coal will be joining his colleagues as one of the biggest music acts lined up for the 2018 Felabration.

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9.   Falz

Rapper, actor and president of Sweet Boys Association, Falz will be joining the league of top Nigerian music acts to perform at the Felabration 2018. As expected, he will be bringing his humour filled personality to the stage.

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10.  Sir Shina Peters

Afro-Juju creator, Sir Shina Peters will be giving lovers of Juju music a feel of his star-filled music. Returning to Nigeria after a tour of the world to mark his 60th birthday, Shina Peters is expected to show young musicians how he became the ‘star.’

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Afrika Shrine play host to inaugural ShaKu Shaku concert

The Afrika Shrine will play host to a first of its kind event on the 13th of September, titles “Shaku Shaku night” featuring many of Nigeria’s prominent artistes.

The New Afrika Shrine is an open air entertainment centre located in Ikeja, Lagos State. It serves as the host location of the annual Felabration music festival. Currently managed by Femi Kuti (eldest son of Fela Kuti) and Yeni Anikulapo-Kuti, it is the replacement of the old Afrika Shrine created in 1970 by Fela Kuti until it was burnt down in 1977.

The New Afrika Shrine showcases photo galleries of Fela and music performances by Femi Kuti and Seun Kuti thus making it a tourist attraction.

Only July 3, 2018, French President Emmanuel Macron visited the Shrine and pre-launched the Season of African Cultures 2020 in France. Macron said he had visited the Shrine as a student in 2002.

It is to host the 1st of its kind event on the 13th of September titiles “shaku shaku night”.featuring artist like.

 

How 1 million people attended Fela’s funeral in 1997

This past Thursday, August 2, marked the twenty-first anniversary of the death of Africa’s most important musical icon, Fela Anikulapo Kuti. His influence on music lives on till date, and his direct impact on the lives of millions of fans and followers was immense.

News of his death began like a rumour until it was confirmed by his elder brother Professor Olikoye Ransome-Kuti: Fela had actually joined his ancestors. In the documentary Finding Fela, his two oldest children Yemi and Femi Kuti retell the story of the funeral day- August 11 1997.
According to Femi, the extended family wanted it to be a quiet affair, done in his residence with as little fanfare as possible because he died of AIDS. But Fela was larger than life: the children insisted that he should have a public lying-in-state at least. ‘I think the family believed he wasn’t loved anymore. Everybody thought nobody respects [sic] anymore. So it was just my sister and I saying, “this man is still loved”. I said we should lie him in state at this big stadium (Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos) because a million people would turn up.’

Along with the hearse, the family got there early; just after dawn. They placed Fela’s transparent casket- with him holding a huge wrap of cannabis (a final middle finger to the establishment he fought all his life).
‘6:30am we put his body down. Then we started hearing remarks: where are the million people. I said wait now’. By 7:30 am, people started trickling in. Soon the trickle became a steady stream and by noon, the whole place was filled with thousands of people who had come to take one final glance at their hero and pay their last respects. It is estimated that one million people were in the square that day. It was nothing less than what Fela deserved. The day went by fast and eventually, it was time to go bury the man. Yeni says in the documentary that they, as the immediate family, had satisfied the fans by presenting Fela to them.
Now was their time to bury their father. Between her, Femi and Fela’s long-term manager Rikki Stein, they made a decision to sneak the body out of the arena. On a signal, they picked the casket, placed it in the car and attempted to drive off. The crowd followed them and cut the car off as it got on the road.

Yeni continues: ‘The boys stood in front of the hearse and said “No way, you’re not going through the Third Mainland Bridge (which was the shorter route); we’re giving Fela a people’s burial.’

And thus the procession began, from the Tafawa Balewa Square on Lagos Island, through the city. The crowd trudged along, singing and chanting as they went on. The whole city was on pause for the Abami Eda. No less than 500,000 people were part of that walk from TBS to his house in Ikeja.

‘It took us seven hours- for a thirty-minute journey…we caused confusion in Lagos that day.’

Lemi Ghariokwu, artist and close Fela collaborator (he designed several of Fela’s cover art) concurs with Yeni. ‘It was magical. I came out to Ikorodu Road, I saw the people and I just cried.’

The crowd finally got to his residence for his internment. The house has now been remodelled into a museum. In the twenty-one years that he has been dead, there hasn’t been a musician with as much clout as he had, nor an icon that has been practically worshipped like he was.

Trek 97, as our friends at One WildCard describes it, was once in a lifetime event. It was a phenomenon that is unlikely to happen again. The sheer number of people who moved en masse with their hero to his final resting place would never be matched, let alone surpassed. Just like there would never be another Fela Anikulapo Kuti.