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Cardi B Went Off On A Reporter After Being Ambushed For An Interview.



The “Press” rapper had to get a Univision reporter all the way together after the woman ambushed her for an interview while she was walking into a New York City spa with her family.

In a clip of the moment, shared by Univision on YouTube Thursday (June 28), El Gordo y La Flacareporter Gelena Solano, is shown approaching Cardi, asking for an interview, as the rapper is getting out of her vehicle. However, Cardi wasn’t having it.

“Yeah, but do you see how I look?” she asked the reporter. “I have my daughter, I have my dad. I just don’t look decent. Come on, you’re a woman and you look good, you have on makeup. I don’t look good. My hair’s f**ked up. Don’t do that to me.”

Cardi then walked inside the spa. However, the reporter then began hounding the 26-year-old rapper’s father, which set Cardi off as she came back outside and went off the reporter for not only popping up on her at an inappropriate time but for also trying to put her dad on camera. “Don’t put my father on TV!” she said. “Because my dad don’t walk around with security.” While being restrained, the rapper added, “Don’t come to me with cameras without me knowing. That’s disrespectful. I’m with my child.”

Watch how it all went down below!

Cardi later addressed the incident on her Instagram Story, per People en Español. “Today, this woman, right, I’m literally taking my daughter out the car and as soon as I turn around, this woman put a camera in my face and she’s got a mic in my mouth,” she said. “I’m not going to call her a b*tch but I really want to call her a b*tch.”

Cardi added that while she loves the El Gordo y la Flaca show, she said, the way the reporter went about getting an interview was “not professional!”

“I’m literally getting off my car, the door is not even closed, and you see that I’m with my daughter and I’m with my dad and you put a camera. I turn around and there’s a camera and a mike in my mouth,” she continued. “You don’t know how to do your job! That’s not how it works when I’m with my child.”

“My parents, they don’t like to be on camera. Back in the day I always used to post my parents and it got to the point that certain people were stalking me and that freaked my parents out,” Cardi added, before noting that the woman then tried to get her father to speak on camera. “She got in my dad’s way. Now if my dad was to punch her or shove her out of the way, he would be wrong. That’s when I came and I started bucking at her because I just told you: I don’t want my f**king parents on camera!”

While Cardi said she went to the spa to enjoy a relaxing day with her family, she said she decided to go home and not get her scheduled massage after the confrontation.

The reporter later reacted to Cardi’s statements, telling People En Español, “I asked her how she was, how she was feeling, and thanked her for being part of the Dominican Republic and defending Dominicans and she tells me that she is in no condition to talk, that I’m a woman like her and she was with her dad and daughter.”

She claims she then put her microphone down and agreed to do what Cardi asked. “I am a lady and I wasn’t going to start arguing with her or anyone else in the street,” she continued. “We never filmed images of her daughter and if she felt attacked, then I apologize to her.”

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Samini Knows No Stopping, Out With ‘Burning’ EP



Samini is enjoying such an illustrious career, spanning almost 2 decades and he still wants to end the year on the high. A new single already on rotation, a mega concert billed for Christmas and now, a new EP in the mix.

Samini is a consummate artiste; highly revered among his peers and the entire music industry. Without a doubt, he’s also had a good run in the corporate space, arguably being the first artiste to land a major long-lasting endorsement deal with MTN and currently on another with FBN Bank.

With (7) seven successful albums and over 100 hit songs and collaborations, rocking the stages both local and international, with tons of awards to his credit, Samini is the undisputed king – for many!

He is ranked as one of the best live performers ever and there’s no argument about it. He knows how to get noticed by his audience with his unique style.

Going by the moniker, the contested tag of ‘King of African Dancehall’ – Samini has cemented that claim by producing some of the biggest chart-topping Reggae/Dancehall tunes over the years.

Known primarily for his proficiency in Reggae/Dancehall – Samini has been versatile since the start of his career – tinkering with other genres, from Hiplife to Highlife to Afrobeats.

On ‘Burning’, Samini enlists Loud City Music, Monie Beatz, and Finchy as producers with the legendary Kaywa as an arranger and mixer.

Efya, Kofi Kinaata, Medikal offered assistance in the 6-track Extended Playlist.

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Bediako The POET Premieres Debut Poem “The God”



Motivational Speaker turn Poet, Bediako The POET has premiered his debut poem “The God”.

Inspired by nature, live experiences and the word of God, Bediako The POET took up poetry as a means to share the word of God the masses in a new way.

“No one inspired me into poetry, but as a motivational speaker, I took poetry as a tool to express my thought about God and nature to people who love the word.

Link to Poem >

“We have millions of people to convey message of the almighty to but I chose poetry so that it will sound different and unique.” Bediako the Poet revealed.

The poem titled “The God” was recorded at Hard Time Recording Studio.

People who listen to this piece will be inspired, touched and wonder in awe as to how great our God is.

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Nigerian Canadian Singer & Songwriter Tomi Akanbi popularly & professionally known as Tome teamed up with hit record producing duo Legendury Beatz for her latest single which is an Amapiano hit titled ‘WAIT’.

The Single is the first song off her 12-track album: ‘No Long Talk’, which is set to be released early next year.

It’s been just over a year since Tome released her JUNO Award-winning Reggae single; “I Pray” which featured Jamaican superstar Sean Kingston, and she looks set to close this year out in style with this new Amapiano hit. The talented songstress crosses over successfully to the Amapiano sound & dominates the beat with her self assuredness, swagger & cheeky bravado on the delivery. Tome declares notably on The second bridge of the song that “even Aliko Dangote does not have my kind of money & even Otedola doesn’t have my kind of cash”, giving us a glimpse into Tome’s extremely lofty aspirations. 

The beat is distinguished by its high-pitched piano melodies, Kwaito basslines, and low tempo South African house rhythms blended with percussions which Tome glides on crisply with her vocals.

With Wait, Tome has delivered a masterpiece that the world can rock to not just during the end of the year festivities, but also into next year.

According to her, “She states that I want to dominate global sounds, Amapiano is a global sound; not just for now, but for the future. So I had to give it my best shot for the culture and to create something timeless with a life of its own that people in Africa and the World could vibe to”

Listen on your preferred Streaming Platform here. 

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