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

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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


N’Golo Kanté tightens Chelsea’s grip on top four with winner at Crystal Palace

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N’Golo Kanté tightens Chelsea’s grip on top four with winner at Crystal Palace

Chelsea goalscorer N’Golo Kante celebrates with Ross Barkley and Eden Hazard Chelsea goalscorer N’Golo Kante celebrates with Ross Barkley and Eden Hazard. 
The scoreline may give the impression Chelsea squeezed out a second successive win in their travels but, in reality, Maurizio Sarri’s team may not enjoy too many away victories as comfortable as this. 
One flash of quality was all it took to claim the spoils across south London and open up a five point gap from fifth place. Crystal Palace failed to muster a single shot on target all afternoon. They never discovered whether the visitors were fragile or not.
This had been desperately humdrum until N’Golo Kanté, his head coach’s half-time instructions presumably still ringing in his ears, injected some impetus early in the second half. 
Chelsea had been probing, David Luiz sizing up his options in possession inside Palace’s half, when the France midfielder took i…

Lil Wayne calls JAY-Z a “real friend” for helping him pay off back taxes

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Lil Wayne calls JAY-Z a “real friend” for helping him pay off back taxes "There's people like JAY-Z. He helped me when I was really, really, really down. Really, really, really down"
Lil Wayne and JAY-Z weren’t always friendly. For years, the pair traded diss tracks. That eventually changed, however, and the rap luminaries now consider themselves friends as well as peers. In fact Wayne took a moment during his Sunday night show in Chicago to thank Hova for his generosity.
“There’s people like JAY-Z. He helped me when I was really, really, really down. Really, really, really down,” Wayne said onstage (via USA Today). “Jay don’t want me to tell nobody. That man helped me with my taxes. He’s a real friend, y’all.”
Wayne is likely referring to the $7.72 million in back taxes the rapper owed years ago. He paid it back in 2012, and as we now know it was apparently with the help of the Jigga Man.
Wayne also took a moment in Chicago to shout out producer Swizz Beats. “There’s people …