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June 14, 2019 Mercy Aigbe, Frank Donga, Wale Ojo Return to the Big Screen in Another Father’s Day

Mercy Aigbe, Frank Donga, Wale Ojo Return to the Big Screen in Another Father’s Day







Another Father’s Day is an independent sequel to the movie Happy Father’s Day. The family comedy which seeks to sensitize parents on the need to balance their work life with family.

Directed by Bukola Ogunsola, the movie stars Mercy Aigbe, Wale Ojo, Simi Adejumo, Frank Donga, Cynthia “Cee-C” Nwadiora, Samuel “Broda Shaggi” Perry, Juliana Olayode, Mercy Chinwo, Salako “SLK” Oluwaponmile, Samuel Robinson, Tubosun Aiyedehin and a host of others.

In the sequel, Another Father's Day, the family seems to be going through growing pains, which lands them in the same position they found themselves in the first film. Acting alongside Aigbe and Ojo are Cee-C (Big Brother Nigeria), Julianna Oyedele (Jenifa's Diary) Frank Donga and others.

Another Father’s Day will be available in cinemas on June 14.

Produced by Revelation Pictures and distributed by Silverbird Distribution, “Another Father’s Day’’ is set for release on the 14th of June, 2019.

 

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June 13, 2019 A$ton Matthews & Doeman Link Up On “Big Tymin”

A$ton Matthews & Doeman Link Up On “Big Tymin”

It feels like a hot minute since we’ve heard new heat from A$ton Matthews. The last time he was featured on HNHH was when we debuted his single, “Shootout” with Rucci & Saviii 3rd back in January. Since then, it feels like he’s been pretty quiet but he’s returned with some new music recently. Alongside Doeman, A$ton Matthews comes through with his Cash Money inspired single, “Big Tymin.” Over a dark instrumental, the two rappers flex their lyrical prowess. “Started off hustlin’/ Ended up ballin’/ Hunnids on hunnas/ Yeah, we really big tymin,” Matthews raps on the hook. Doeman pulls for the second verse, delivering an impressive effort on the verse.

It’s another solid collaboration by the two rappers. Hopefully, this is a sign that they have new music on the way.

Quotable Lyrics
I’m live from the City Of Syrup
Where bitches all thick and they flippin’ the curb
Charge a brick for a verse without flippin’ a bird
Break a motherfucker jaw, make him kiss on the curb

June 12, 2019 Bun B Tells Talib Kweli Story About Smoking Weed With Notorious B.I.G.

Bun B Tells Talib Kweli Story About Smoking Weed With Notorious B.I.G.

He told Talib Kweli that the encounter made him respect Biggie more.

UPROXX has a brand new series titled People’s Party, a show hosted by Talib Kweli. Viewers will tune in weekly to watch the Black Star emcee chop it up with influential figures as they discuss topics including culture, hip hop, and politics. On the world premiere of the series, UGK’s Bun B sat down with Kweli as the two hip hop legends covered an array of subjects during their hourlong chat. A highlight from the interview—and there were many—was a story that Bun shared about when he and the late Pimp C first met Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace.

“He was like, ‘I f*ck with y’all,’” Bun said. “We said, ‘We f*ck with you, too.’ I said, ‘We finna go outside and smoke if you wanna smoke.’ He’s like, ‘Yeah, cool I’ll come. I’ll smoke.'” The three men got into the car with Pimp C in the driver’s seat, Bun in the passenger, and Big in the back. There was more room in the front, so Bun thought he would be nice and offer up the front seat. “He was like, ‘Nah, I’m gonna chill in the back.’”


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Bun said he also tried to get Big to close the door so that they could hotbox the car, but he didn’t want to.“He’s like, ‘Nah, I need the air. I gotta keep the door open.’” Bun added, “It wasn’t until later that I realized that he didn’t want to sit in the front seat because he didn’t want anybody sitting behind him. He didn’t want the door closed in case he needed to bounce because he didn’t know us like that. I had even more respect for him as a man outside of the music. Like, okay, I see that man moves in a real way out there.”

“He was just a very, very good rapper,” Bun stated. “There’s a lot of people who are going to make rap music and rap songs, but a lot of us aren’t going to be that good. Only a few us will be really great at it. He’s one of the few guys that was really great at it. You know that dude was different.”

Check out what else Bun had to say about his career and the recent attempted home invasion robbery he and his wife were involved in that almost turned deadly, below.

June 10, 2019 FBI Confirm They’ve Analyzed “Big Foot” Hair

FBI Confirm They’ve Analyzed “Big Foot” Hair

It definitely wasn’t what they thought it was.

People have been trying to prove that Big Foot exists for ages, and according to newly released documents from the FBI, the government agency actually looked into it at one point. According to NBC News, a man from Oregan pressed the GBI to test hair and tissue samples that he believed could belong to Bigfoot. 


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“The FBI has analyzed hair in connection with the search for Sasquatch, aka ‘Bigfoot,’” an internal FBI memo from February 1977 states.

The Oregan man, 93-year-old Peter Byrne, said that he’s still on the hunt to prove the existence of the creature. “It’s a great challenge,” Byrne said about his decades-long search for the Yeti. Byrne’s gone on three lengthy searches for the Yeti in Nepal in the 1950s but no dice. After moving back to the States in the 60s, he directed “The Bigfoot Information Center and Exhibition” in Oregon where — with the backing of some wealthy men — he would try to come up with conclusive evidence of Big Foot. 

The newly released documents confirmed communication between the FBI and Byrne, although he downplayed that he did. 

“The FBI has analyzed hair in connection with the search for Sasquatch, aka ‘Bigfoot,’” the agency wrote. “It was concluded as a result of these examinations that the hairs are of a deer family origin. The hair sample you submitted is being returned as an enclosure in this letter.”

Byrne explained in his letter to the FBI in the 70s that the hair wasn’t able to be identified and that the FBI needed to examine in in order to confirm that this could be Bigfoot’s hair.

“We do not often come across hair which we are unable to identify,” he wrote. “Will you kindly set the record straight, once and for all, inform us if the FBI has examined hair which might be that of a Bigfoot, when this took place, and if it did take place what the results of the analysis were…Please understand that our research here is serious.”