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THIS NEEDS TO END! Stop comparing music artistes, we are all working, Simi tells fans

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Xtreme music songbird, Simi, has asked fans to stop comparing music artistes stating that they are all working.

Simi said comparing music stars is like there’s only room for one or two women to prosper when there’s space for all to shine.

She said this in reaction to a Twitter post asking people to choose whom they preferred between Teni and herself.

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But Simi replied, saying the trend should end with 2018.

She added that “you can listen to all this amazing music at the same”.

“Guys this is 2019. This needs to end. We all working, we can all shine.

“Harmless fun, but doing this all the time be like there’s only room for one or two women to prosper when there’s space for all of us.”

“You can listen to all this amazing music at the same gaddem time.”

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Singer suffers heart attack while performing on Facebook live, keeps singing

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A popular singer from Angus, Scotland, Alan Mowatt, is recovering after suffering a heart attack during a live lockdown charity performance, before taking the mic again.

Mowatt was singing on the live-stream event for the United Kingdom National Health Service when he had a heart attack but he only took a two-minute break, had a glass of water and kept on with his performance.

The 61-year-old singer is now recovering in a hospital, the Mirror UK reports.

Mowatt and his wife, Val have been staging “Live in Our Living Room” Facebook music sessions from home over the past two months to raise money for the NHS.

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He was midway through the Friday night two-hour show when he suddenly fell ill but only stopped for a two-minute break, had a glass of water and then kept on singing. But as soon as the Facebook Live feed ended he was rushed by ambulance to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.

Mowatt is undergoing further tests in the hospital with the possibility of a bypass surgery being carried out. The couple say they have been overwhelmed by the kindness of well-wishers.

Alan Mowatt and Val’s weekly performance is part of an Arbroath effort led by fellow entertainer Danny Laverty which has raised thousands of pounds for the NHS.

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The Mirror reports that the couple had just finished a duet of Moon River when Mowatt felt unwell but came back on the screen within minutes.

“I knew something was wrong and even made a joke about him passing out on me, but after a couple of minutes he said he was fine to carry on,” said Val.

Yet to realise the seriousness of the problem he had encountered, Alan immediately returned to top form with the opening line of “How lucky can one guy be?” from Dean Martin hit, Ain’t That A Kick In The Head.

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Val said:

“We called NHS 24 after the show and they immediately thought he’d had a heart attack. NHS Tayside certainly came up trumps, which he joked was actually a bit ironic since we’ve been singing to raise money for the NHS during the pandemic.

“It’s been very stressful and we are waiting to find out the outcome of lots more tests, but it has meant so much to see all the support for Alan and that has really helped us.”

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Covid-19 vaccine will stop people from entering heaven, Kanye West

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Kanye West is ‘extremely cautious’ about a possible coronavirus vaccine, believing it could stop people getting into heaven.

The 42-year-old rapper has revealed that he had Covid-19 back in February, experiencing chills and ‘shaking in the bed.’

However, his experience hasn’t changed his mind about a vaccine, as the star, who is running for president, thinks that a possible vaccine is ‘the mark of the beast’.

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In an interview with Forbes, West said:

“It’s so many of our children that are being vaccinated and paralysed…

“So when they say the way we’re going to fix COVID is with a vaccine, I’m extremely cautious. That’s the mark of the beast.

“They want to put chips inside of us, they want to do all kinds of things, to make it where we can’t cross the gates of heaven.

“I’m sorry when I say they, the humans that have the Devil inside them.

“And the sad thing is that the saddest thing is that we all won’t make it to heaven, that there’ll be some of us that do not make it.”

And when asked about a cure, Kanye said:

“It’s all about God.

“We need to stop doing things that make God mad.”

Elsewhere in the interview, the father-of-four, husband to Kim Kardashian, confirmed that he is pro-life ‘because I’m following the word of the bible.’

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Naira Marley to open restaurant so people can eat free meals always

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Nigerian singer, Azeez Fashola, professionally known as Naira Marley, has announced his intention to give back to his fans and well-wishers in the society.

The controversial singer said he wants to launch a non-profit restaurant which will serve people at all times. He said the restaurant will be organized in such a way that people will feel free to come in and eat whenever they want.

“I wanna open a non-profitable charity kinda thing where people can just come to eat at any time and also help them for any other things they need help with,” he wrote.

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