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Ok, so this may be news to lots of people, but truth be told, it was somehow expected. Weeks ago fast rising Nigeria's Nicki minaj, Cynthia Morgan kissed fellow artiste Burna Boy deeply on the set of her video for a new song, which she recorded with Burna Boy. 

Words making round the internet is that Cynthia Morgan's secret Boyfriend, an artiste base in Abuja, Lezleesingz is so so mad with the Pink Hair Queen for kissing Burna Boy for more than 2minutes on set. 

6 days ago she even confesssed to Vanguard Nigeria:  Kiss I gave Burna Boy was real - Cynthia Morgan - Vanguard

 Sources at the set of the video shoot said, Lezleesingz got very angry on set when the director kept asking for a retake of the kissing scene, he couldn't vent his anger on the set of the shoot, because Cynthia's Boss Jude Okoye was there also and everybody was enjoying the shoot, so he simply walked away. Since then, insiders say he has not been picking Cynthia's calls, quoting the guy felt embarrassed and jealous. 

He has also given Cynthia the condition that they either flaunt their relationship publicly which is against her Label's wish or squash the relationship. It's obvious the condition got Cynthia as her tweet few days after says a whole lot about problem in paradise.

The British Council is inviting the general public to On Mass, a special jazz performance that is part of UK/Nigeria 2015–16, a major season of arts work. The event, a partnership with Call to Create, will feature a unique jazz performance by The Art Ensemble of Lagos and the MUSON Jazz ensemble in collaboration with Vidal Montgomery and Wayne Francis II from the UK. 

The 'Call to Create' network was established by the Roundhouse, UK, to showcase the talents of young artists and to encourage collaborations between established and emerging artists around the world. "One of the ways of showing the fusion of cultures is music,” said Ojoma Ochai, Director of Arts, British Council Nigeria. "On Mass will showcase the beauty of blending the cultures of Nigeria and the UK through jazz." The event is on Thursday, September 10, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm at Agip Hall, Muson center 8/9 Marina, Onikan, Lagos. 

 To attend the event, log on to to register. 

 About the UK/Nigeria 2015-16 season UK/Nigeria 2015–16 is a major season of arts in Nigeria aimed at building new audiences, creating new collaborations and strengthening relationships between the UK and Nigeria. Programmed in association with a host of partners, it features more than 30 projects and more than 80 events in art, fashion, design, theatre, dance, music, literature and film throughout Nigeria and includes showcases of Nigerian arts and creative industries in the UK. UK/Nigeria 2015–16 has a focus on creating access to art, new digital work, innovation, art in public spaces and working with young people. 

Partnerships between Nigerian and British artists, institutions and organisations will be at the heart of the season which aims to develop skills and capacity across the creative industries. The programme will run until April 2016 creating new connections in arts, education, innovation, trade and investment.

Waje and multi Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter Bono were spotted together at a campaign activation in Nigeria, where the Nigerian afro-reggae soul diva joined the U2 frontman for a session for ONE. 

Bono is a renowned philanthropist who was named person of the year in 2005 and has since then received various forms of recognition for humanitarian works. The most recent of these being the Strong Girl campaign, which Waje is an ambassador for and headlines the themesong ‘’Strong Girl”

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