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Explore latest entertainment news roundup - February 4 to February 11, 2024

Explore latest entertainment news roundup - February 4 to Fe

Discover the latest Entertainment News collection, featuring the most interesting stories collected by AllNews from the previous week. Stay up-to-date with the buzz-worthy events and exciting developments in the world of entertainment.

Burna Boy loses all four Grammy nominations

Burna Boy

Sensational Nigerian music act, Damini Ogulu, aka Burna Boy, has lost out on all four of his nominations at the 66th Grammy Award ceremony.

The artiste’s song ‘Alone’ lost to the trio of Zakir Hussain, Bela Fleck and Edgar Myer’s song ‘Pashto’ which won the Global Music Performance category. Read more here.

Actress Lizzy Anjorin caught using fake transfer to purchase gold [Video]

Nigerian actress Elizabeth Aishat Anjorin has been caught in Lagos Island using fake transfer to purchase gold. 

A trending video of the actress trapped in the situation after being discovered in the act has been making rounds on social media. Read more here.

Grammys: Davido loses out on all three nominations


Superstar Nigerian Afrobeats singer, Davido continues his search for his first Grammy Award after losing out on all three nominations at the 66th Grammy Awards.

Davido was nominated in three categories: Best Global Music Performance, Best Global Music Album and Best African Music Performance but lost all three on Sunday night. Read more here.

I can't date club guy - Grammy winner Tyla reveals

Davido's Grammy competitor, Tyla has disclosed real reasons she is still single.

During an interview with Power 96.5 FM, she revealed that she is single because she wants to focus on her music career in the meantime. Read more here.

Dwayne Johnson responds to allegation of being booed for reneging on pledge

Hollywood star and former wrestler Dwayne Johnson has reacted to a video showing how he was allegedly booed over what was called failure to make good on his promise to the Maui fire victims.

Johnson, who spoke via his official X handle on Sunday, referred to the post as "toxic, false clickbait garbage" and added that it was uploaded for attention. Read more here.

These are a few of this week's most recent news in entertainment. For more information on the most recent news in Nigeria and across the world, visit www.allnews.ng.

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