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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Are Officially Single Again as They Continue to Finalize Divorce

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are single again, more than two and a half years after she filed for divorce.

The former couple’s marriage is officially over, a judge ruled on Friday, ET confirms, after Pitt and Jolie requested a bifurcated judgment, which would allow their single status to be restored while they finalize their divorce. ET has reached out to Pitt and Jolie’s reps for comment.

Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt in September 2016, after two years of marriage and over a decade together. A tense custody battle over their six kids — 17-year-old Maddox, 15-year-old Pax, 14-year-old Zahara, 12-year-old Shiloh and 10-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne — ensued, but in November 2018 ET learned that the pair had worked out a custody agreement.

“A custody arrangement was agreed to weeks ago, and has been signed by both parties and the judge,” Jolie’s attorney, Samantha Bley DeJean, told ET in a statement at the time. “The agreement, which is based on the recommendations of the child custody evaluator, eliminates the need for a trial. The filing and details of the agreement are confidential to protect the best interests of the children.”

A source close to the matter told ET that Jolie was “pleased to be entering the next stage and relieved at the progress for the health of their family.”

Jolie recently stepped out with all six of her and Pitt’s children at a special screening ofThe Boy Who Harnessed the Wind at the Crosby Hotel in New York City in February. Watch below.

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Finally, Tuface, Blackface Settle Age Long Feud

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There are reports that the lingering feud between Blackface and former bandmate 2Face Idibia has come to an end after they both agreed to settle out of court.

According to blogger, Linda Ikeji, 2Face signed an undisclosed settlement agreement at the Ikeja High Court on Wednesday, November 27, 2019, and reportedly dropped his N50m defamation lawsuit against Blackface.

It also reports that Blackface agreed not to publicly call out 2Face while the ‘African Queen’ crooner agreed to work out an agreement that will enable Blackface to earn royalties.

It is no news that 2Face Idibia and BlackFace have been in a long tug war over the rights of 2Face Idibia’s hit single ‘African Queen.’ During an exclusive interview with Pulse a few months ago, Blackface gave the only condition before he would end his rift with his former bandmate.

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Future Awards: Burna Boy Wins 2019 Young Person of the Year

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Twenty-eight-year-old Nigerian rave of the moment in music and entertainment industry, Damini Ogulu, a.k.a Burna Boy, on Sunday emerged winner of the 2019 Young Person of the Year Future Awards.

The 2020 Grammy Award nominee got two awards as the Young Person of the Year and also the Prize for Music at the event held at the Balmoral Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Other winners during the gala night are Future Prize for Agriculture that went to Uka Eje — founder of the Thrive Agric that has funded over 15, 000 farmers across Nigeria.

For the Future Award Prize for Media, Samuel Ajiboye clinched the gong as a young entrepreneur and a Country Manager, Alpha and Jam — a company that has presence in four African countries.

Mr. Israel Adesanya, Nigeria’s World Champions in the Ultimate Fighting Championship mixed martial art, a kick boxer got the prize for Sport.

The Future Award for Education went to Olaseni Cole, who runs an empowerment programme aimed at preparing and equipping children with skills within the tech-space. The project has impacted over 3,000 children in Lagos and Ogun.

The Prize for Technology went to Zang Luka Bot, inventor of the Foot House, an interaction traditional mouse that allows people with upper limb disability to interface computer with their leg.

The Prize for Fashion went the way of Sandra Tuboboreni, CEO, TUBO, a multi-award winning global brand.

The Future Awards for Africa for Public Service got the way of Adetola Onayemi, an international lawyer, the head, Trade Remedies/Assistant Trade and investment in the Office of the Vice President.

The Future Award Prize for Arts went to Ken Nwadiogu, a multidisciplinary artist and contemporealist. He founded the fast growing Artland Contemporary Ltd.

The Future Award for Acting was won by Timini Egbuson, an actor in the MTV television series Shuga.

The Prize for Advocacy was won by 32-year-old Hamsat Lawal, who led a successful campaign in over 40 countries and specialises in practical issues related to climate change and others.

The Prize for Community Action was won by Isaac Success, founder, Dreams from the Slum, an empowerment initiative to reduce the number of out-of-school children in Nigeria.

The Prize for On Air Personality was won by Simi Drey Adejumo, a broadcaster with Beat FM.

The Prize for Film Making was won by Dare Olaitan for his efforts in the blockbuster film,Ojukokoro (Greed) and Knockout Blessing. He also clinched the 15th Africa Movie Academy Awards, AMAA.

The Future Award for Photography was won by Tolani Alli, the personal photographer to the Vice President. She has featured on BBC News, World Press and other international media houses.

The Award for Journalism was won by Shola Lawal, a freelance journalist covering social justice, development and creativity.

The Future Awards for Professional Service was won by Bukky Akomolafe, the Commercial Manager at Travelsstart, Africa’s largest online travel agency.

NAN reports that the Future Awards Africa has been termed the Nobel Prize for Young Africans and the most important youth awards by Forbes.

It is a set of prizes given annually to celebrate and accelerate innovation, creativity and enterprise among young Africans aged 18 to 31 and has produced over 150 winners and over 1,550 nominees since its first edition in 2006.

It is presented in conjunction with The Future Project, which has a mandate to build empowered citizens across Africa, through inclusive enterprise and active citizenship.

(NAN)

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Zlatan Ibile Replies School Fees Begging Fan – ‘Mesef No Finish School’

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Popular Nigerian singer Zlatan Ibile has replied a fan who sought help from him.

The singer who is known for his impeccable dance moves and songs waved the fan off after he requested for his assistance.

The fan had tweeted to him asking for help for admission fees as he recently just gained admission to Yabatech.

In reply to this, Zlatan swayed the fan as he hinted that, perhaps God didn’t want him to finish his education.

He also hinted that he didn’t finish and maybe the same fate awaits the fan seeking his help.

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