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I Made Obibini Famous This Year – Amerado Brags



I quit replying the diss song to work on my Ep - Amerado

 I’m Very Happy Obibini Had A Bit OF Exposure This Year Through Me

  •  I won the beef
  • I quit replying the diss song to work on my Ep
  • I don’t think anyone will be disappointed in my team and I
  • I’m now a mature person and ready for the bigger battles

Amerado Burner, the young Ghanaian rapper with the most anticipated and trending Extended Play ; Patience Ep which has over 2 million+ streams across all platforms has finally spoken on his lyrical beef with Obibini.

The lyrical beef between the two amazing Ghanaian music stars was triggered by a line in Amerado’s highly anticipated freestyle on Tim Westwood.

Watch : Amerado spitting bars on Tim Westwood which eventually triggered the beef : FullSizeRender

Amerado Burner, during an interview on Luv Fm, on the 11th of November, with one of Ghana’s great Djs  and a media personnel Dj Ruben, handled issues concerning his lyrical beef with Obibini and clarified why he never replied Obibini’s  second diss song after the release  of “ the throne “

According to Amerado,there was no way he was going to come back with a second diss song simply because, his diss song; the throne has three verses and each verse had a unique message and target.

The first verse do focus on attacking his opponent. And the second verse also was made to be centered on broadcasting the hard work of Kumasi based artists, and Amerado as a the new rap king to charter house and all the award schemes.The third verse was also designed to advise his colleague rappers to stand firm and hold on to the rap music.

Amerado added that, it was an intentional decision which was taken by his team; to quit replying the diss song and focus on something beneficial even though a lot of fans expected his reply to Obibini’s second diss song.

“People were expecting me to come back and they were disappointed, now each and every soul that was disappointed will be proud of me for being quiet and putting in this kind of amazing works for the Patience Ep”  said Amerado

Furthermore, the Ghanaian rap star also disclosed that, he is now mature and ready for the bigger battles. He then explained why and how he won the lyrical beef against Obibini.   

  “ we have codes in battle, I have been a battle rapper, we have the rules, say it how people will understand it. No time for decoding, we cannot be deep. I’m a monster with wordplays and stuff but enough limited, because I feel like if it is a beef I have to hit you hard” Amerado enunciated .

Amerado ended the interview by firstly applauding Obibini’s unique style of rap, and concluded by bigging himself up of which he said, he is very happy Obibini had a bit of exposure through him.

Watch : Amerado I’m very happy Obibini had a bit of exposure through me last year: FullSizeRender



Jaden Smith finally launches sustainable luggage line, which was five years in the making




Jaden Smith has launched his latest, long-awaited venture – a range of high-end suitcases made from post-consumer plastic waste. Called the Harper Collective, it aims to help usher in a new era of sustainable travel.

Five years in the making, Harper Collective is the brainchild of Smith – an actor, musician, environmental activist and son of actor Will Smith – and ex-merchandise director of Selfridges Sebastian Manes.

Together, the pair set out to create a line of lightweight, durable cases from reclaimed plastic waste, which not only tackles the issue of plastic, but is good-looking enough to appeal to a discerning clientele.

The cabin-sized case by Harper Collective. Photo: Harper Collective

The pair admit that there were “numerous mistakes along the way”, but they have now revealed pieces that are stylish with a utilitarian design. They are offered in four sizes – cabin, medium, large and trunk – in black and dark green, with black or silver hardware.

Founders Jaden Smith and Sebastian Manes. Photo: Harper Collective

Working in conjunction with a German plastic specialist company Epsotech, each suitcase is moulded from strong, lightweight Sea Plastic polymer HDPE, which uses 70 per cent post-consumer waste, while the remaining third is virgin plastic.

This marks the first time this new formula of plastic has been used for suitcases, and Manes said that every step had to be tested and double-checked.

“We started with 98 per cent recycled plastic, but found we could not effectively mould it into an effective end-product,” says Manes. “Developing the product has taken five years.”


The case lining is quilted, recycled nylon by Barbour. Photo: Harper CollectiveThe case lining is quilted, recycled nylon by Barbour. Photo: Harper Collective

The use of virgin plastic seems to fly in the face of what the company is setting out to do – which is to reduce the use of new plastic, and instead rework some of the estimated 6.3 billion metric tonnes that litter the planet. However, Smith and Manes are quick to acknowledge that this is still a work in progress.

“We understand that perfection is not always attainable in manufacturing,” they say. “But we believe in continuous improvement and innovation to produce better and more sustainable products for our customers.”

Despite the use of virgin plastic, Manes says the final product still sits within the company’s main objectives. “This material mix supports Harper

Collective’s promise that all materials are recyclable at the end of the luggage’s lifetime,” he adds.

This is far from Smith’s first foray into socially conscious business. At age 12, after witnessing plastic waste in the sea, he launched the social enterprise Just, using only replenishable rainwater bottled in packaging made from 88 per cent plant materials. He also worked with New Balance to create the Jaden 574 trainer, made using surplus materials, and also co-founded MSFTS, a sustainable streetwear brand.

He opened the I Love You food truck, selling only vegan food with the premise that anyone homeless could eat for free, while others not only had to pay, but would be charged over the odds “to pay for the person behind you,” he explained to Variety. In 2021 he also enlisted his famous family to launch Hey Humans, a vegan beauty line.

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Will Smith Visits Botswana And Promises ‘More To Come’ From Trip To Africa




American Hollywood star Will Smith  visited Botswana for the first time.

On Monday( June 19 ), Will smith shared a snippet of his travel on Twitter. “My first time in Botswana… WOW!! More to come. As long as @JasDavis_ don’t keep overheating our cameras” he captioned .

In the snippet, Smith 54, landed before going on safari.

“What if we get inspired and we want to ride an elephant?” he asks the ranger.

“No, you can’t ride an elephant,” he says, moments after Smith makes a heroes pose with the sun setting in the background.

Photo: Will smith in Botswana

“Shoot your own footage, Jas,” he says later on to Davis, who it appears is in charge of managing the actor’s social media, as he continues to capture all that Africa has to offer.

Will smith visited  Okavango Delta, a world  heritage sites in Botswana.

Will smith was very happy as he captured all that Africa offered. However, it’s unclear what he shot in Botswana.

Botswana, known for its vast landscapes, abundant wildlife, and warm hospitality.

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Andell From “The Parkers” and “Moesha” Died in Real Life From Cancer at Age 48




Yvette Wilson was an immensely talented actress and comedian who made a significant impact on the entertainment industry during her career. Born in Los Angeles, California, Wilson began her journey in the 1990s, gaining recognition for her role as Andell Wilkerson on the hit sitcom “Moesha.”

Her memorable performance on the show led to her role in the spin-off series, “The Parkers,” where she continued to captivate audiences with her comedic timing and infectious energy. Wilson’s versatile talent allowed her to effortlessly transition between television and film, appearing in popular movies like “House Party 2” and “Friday.” With her vibrant personality and undeniable charm, Wilson left an indelible mark on the entertainment world.

Tragically, Wilson’s life was cut short when she passed away in June 2012 at the age of 48. She had been battling cervical cancer, and her untimely death left her fans and colleagues devastated. Her legacy, however, lives on through her unforgettable performances, reminding us of all the talent and the joy she brought to millions of viewers.

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