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A singer and songwriter, Harrysong a.k.a Mr. Songz, has denied an alleged interview with Yes Magazine where he stated his parents are siblings.
The interview was published on April 22.
Harrysong called his statements in the interview appalling and noted that interview itself was fabricated.
In a statement signed by his media aide, the artiste said, “I have not granted any magazine an interview in the last 12 months where I spoke about my late parents so I find it worrisome, disheartening that a magazine would manufacture a story like such. It is disturbing”.
However, Yes Magazine is insisting that the interview with Harrysong was first published in 2012 and not ‘recently’ as claimed by the singer and some blogs.
Actress, Lupita Nyong’o named most beautiful woman by People magazine
Kenya’s movie star, Lupita Nyong’o, has been named the most beautiful woman by People magazine alongside Kerri Russell, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Mindy Kaling, Pink, Amber Heard, Gabrielle Union, Molly Sims, Stacy Keibler and Kerry Washington.
The Oscar award winning ’12 years a slave’ actress, who spoke with the magazine said: ‘It was exciting and just a major, major compliment, I was happy for all the girls who would see me on it and feel a little more seen.’
She also commented on how it helped her believe in her beauty, saying: ‘Subconsciously you start to appreciate those things more than what you possess. My mother always said I was beautiful, and I finally believed her at some point.’
People magazine’s full list will be released later this week, even as the top ten has already been revealed online.
Lupita Nyong’o also shared her baby picture – telling fans how she grew into a beautiful lady.
‘Tempting Fate’, a Kevstel Group Production in collaboration with Kevin Nwankwor film, is a story of two very different brothers. Ramsey Nouah, as Ugo Okoye, plays the role of an armed robber while his brother, Edu Okoye, a musician, is about to bag a jail term for his brother’s sin.
The movie is billed for cinema debut in August.
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