EN: Tiwa Savage Ties Knot In Star Studded Dubai Wedding, Jeta Amata Debuts 3 Films

Tiwa and TunjiNews of a-list artiste, Tiwa Savage’s Dubai white wedding to Tunji Balogun is top story on Entertainment News, as the love birds said ‘I Do’ over the weekend.

Tiwa and Tunji, both decked out in beautiful wedding attires exchanged their vows in an outdoor ceremony, which was followed by a lavish reception and an after-party at the Armani Hotel in Burj Khalifa.

Nigerian super stars, including the mavin records crew led by Don’Jazzy, Eku Edewor, Toke Makinwa, Toolz, Dj Xclusive, Kaffy, N6, Designers Bridget Awosika, Toju Foyeh, Eme Boss, Banky W, Tunde Demuren, Seyi Shay, Lola Omotayo-Okoye, and many others, graced the occasion.

Also, top Nigerian acts including 2face, mi, Kcee and rapper Phyno headlined the trek concert in Orlu, Imo State over the weekend. The concert provided high octave performances from the artistes including a collaboration of heavyweights MI and 2face.

In Nollywood, Nigerian movie maker, Jeta Amata in conjunction with the United States government has debuted three films from the forthcoming TV series, dawn in the creeks, which tells the story of some Niger Delta youths as they strive to create Nollywood movies to promote non-violent transformation in the region.

The TV series, dawn in the creeks, aims at forging a legacy of peace and transformation, in the Niger Delta.

Don Jazzy confirms breakup with Dbanj

Music producer and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MO’ Hits records, Michael Collins popular know as Don Jazzy on Saturday confirmed reports that he has broken up with award winning singer-songwriter Dbanj.

Don Jazzy who confirmed the breakup via twitter said that he has been away for a while and that some of the rumours making round about him and Dbanj were “sad and true”

“It is with a heavy heart that I announce the end of a long Era and the beginning of a new One,” he tweeted.

The Mo’Hit boss said that despite the departure of his most prized performer, he hope to keep churning out good music to his fans.

“The way forward now is to make sure I keep bringing you guys more of the beautiful music y’all love to dance to,” he said.

He said that the proceeds from his production catalogues will be donated to five Charity Organisations.