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Kevin Hart in trouble, Celine Dion returns, YCee attacks label boss and many more this week

By GuardianLife
20 September 2019   |   7:00 pm
One of the most mind-blowing moments would be seeing Chis Brown dressed in Nigerian attire at Davido’s coming wedding. Ycee has called out the owner of his former record label, Tinny Entertainment for refusing to acknowledge or pay artistes- past and present on his label what they deserve, even after continually generating profit from their hard work. Model, Montia Sabbag, the woman who appeared in an intimate video with Kevin Hart that was used in an attempt to extort the comedian in 2017, is currently suing the star for $60 million (₦21 billion). Guardian Life’s weekly recap designed to keep you informed and updated about the biggest entertainment news stories this week.

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