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Eight Years of Being In the Industry Wasn’t an Easy Journey –Outlaw Zamani

Eight Years of Being In the Industry Wasn’t an Easy Journey –Outlaw Zamani

Ghanaian up-and-Coming dancehall artist known in the entertainment industry as Outlaw Zamani on his recent on celebrity Chitchat show told the presenter how things were tough for him during his Eight years of being in the Music Industry.
He further explain how he sometimes walk after performance from Ablekuma to Dansoman with his team since he do not have money to book car for himself and his team.
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Outlaw Zamani who is known in the the entertainment Industry told the presenter during the interview session where he got the name Zamani from.

Watch the full interview Here

Facts About Lil Wayne (Carter)

Given Name: Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. Aliases        -        Lil Tunechi, Shrimp Daddy, etc. Date of Birth:Sep 27, 1982 - Age 36 HometownHollygrove, New Orleans, Louisiana Label:                   Cash Money / Young Money / Universal  Ad-Lib              Tunechi! / Young Moolah, baby!

CHILDREN: Reginae Carter, Neal Carter, Dwayne Carter III, Cameron Carter.
WIFE:            Antonia Wright 2004-2006 DISEASE:      CANCER
NET                150 millions USD
Lil Wayne needs no introduction. Since entering the rap game at the tender age of nine, he’s become of the most successful emcees to ever do it, being the male artist with the most entries on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, period (having recently surpassed Elvis Presley).

Throughout his prolific 19-year career, the former Hot Boy / B.G. has collaborated with the likes of Birdman (of course), 2 Chainz, DJ Drama, Juelz Santana, 

The Game, Chris Brown, …

Hackers Sell Bundle 81,000 Message to Criminals 3rd Party

Hackers Sell Bundle  81,000 Message to Criminals  3rd Party 
According to the BBC, hackers gained access to a rumored 120 million Facebook accounts, of which they've reportedly put private messages from about 81,000 handles, up for sale on the black market. Although the BBC was quick to report on the "breach of confidentiality," they also suggest the final numbers might be misleading.

Facebook says that although personal data for each user doesn't appear to have been compromised, they were able to find a probable access point for the intrusion: fraudulent "browser extensions."

"We have contacted browser-makers to ensure that known malicious extensions are no longer available to download in their stores," said Facebook executive Guy Rosen. "We have also contacted law enforcement and have worked with local authorities to remove the website that displayed information from Facebook accounts."

This mass intrusion is made interesting because it&#…