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Rave News Digest: Davido And Chioma Stun In Pre-Wedding Photos, Netflix To Release Simone Biles’ Documentary, Sha’Carri Richardson + More

Rave News Digest: Davido And Chioma Stun In Pre-Wedding Photos, Netflix To Release Simone Biles’ Documentary, Sha’Carri Richardson + More

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Davido and Chioma stun in pre-wedding photos #chivido2024, Netflix to release Simone Biles’ documentary ahead of Olympics, Sha’Carri Richardson makes Olympics with fastest 100m of the year. Stay in the know with our Rave News Digest, which summarizes five of the hottest global news stories you need to catch up on, saving you time and energy. Consider it your daily news fix.

1. Davido and Chioma stun in pre-wedding photos #chivido2024

Nigerian singer Davido and his partner, Chef Chioma Rowland, have unveiled their stunning pre-wedding photos, and the internet is abuzz. The couple, fondly known as #Chivido, is set to tie the knot sometime this year, and the hashtag #Chivido2024 is already trending.

In the photos, Davido and Chioma are dressed to impress in luxurious outfits, channeling pure royalty in every frame. This is a much-anticipated event for fans who have been following the couple’s love story for years. With Davido’s superstar status and Chioma’s culinary fame, their wedding is bound to be a grand affair.

2. Netflix to release Simone Biles’ documentary ahead of Olympics

Streaming giant Netflix is set to release a four-part documentary series titled “Simone Biles Rising” on July 17, just days before the Paris 2024 Olympics. The series will provide an intimate look at the gymnastics superstar’s journey over the last four years, including her headline-grabbing decision to prioritize mental health and withdraw from several events at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

The trailer for the series, which has already garnered significant buzz online, showcases Biles’ emotional vulnerability as she reflects on the challenges she faced in Tokyo. It also highlights her dedication to training and her unwavering support system. “She’s the greatest in the world,” Netflix said in a press release describing the production. “But she’s also human.”

3. Ladipoe to represent Nigeria at the 2024 Hennessy Cypher

Nigerian rap sensation Ladipoe is gearing up to take center stage at the highly anticipated Hennessy Cypher 2024. The news has sent shivers down the spines of fans across the country, eager to witness the lyrical prowess Ladipoe will unleash. This is a well-deserved feat for the rapper. Having already impressed audiences with his performance alongside Vector, Blaqbonez, and Zlatan in the 2023 edition celebrating Hennessy’s 50th anniversary, his return to the Cypher signifies his undeniable talent and influence in the Nigerian rap scene.

While details about the 2024 Cypher are still under wraps, one thing is certain: Ladipoe is sure to deliver a show-stopping verse. With his signature blend of smooth wordplay and witty lyricism, the “Feeling” hitmaker is known for leaving audiences wanting more.

4. Nelly and Ashanti reportedly married six months ago

Music fans might be surprised to learn that Nelly and Ashanti are reportedly husband and wife, and have been for the past six months. According to TMZ, which viewed public records, the couple obtained a marriage license on December 27, 2023.

The news comes after the couple announced their engagement and pregnancy in April of this year. While whispers of a wedding swirled, details remained under wraps. The documents reportedly show St. Louis County, Missouri, Nelly’s hometown, as the location where their union became official.

5. Sha’Carri Richardson makes Olympics with fastest 100m of the year

Sha’Carri Richardson has secured her place at this summer’s Olympics in Paris by winning the women’s 100m at the US trials. The 24-year-old world champion claimed victory in 10.71 seconds, which is the fastest time in the world this year, to qualify for her first Games. Richardson won the 100m at the US trials three years ago but did not compete at the Tokyo Games after testing positive for marijuana. “I feel honoured,” she said. “I feel every chapter I’ve been through in my life designed and prepared me for this moment. I cannot wait to go to Paris and represent.”

Slow out of the blocks, Richardson accelerated to take the lead about 50m in before surging to victory, with Melissa Jefferson second in 10.80 and Twanisha Terry third in 10.89. All three women are set to race for Team USA in Paris. Richardson won gold at the 2023 World Championships in Budapest with a championship record of 10.65 to claim her first major title. She will be hoping to add Olympic gold to that victory, but she has not set a target time she wants to achieve in Paris.

Featured Image: @davido/Instagram


Our Weekday News Digest summarizes five of the hottest news topics worldwide–including celebrity news from Hollywood to Nollywood, the latest trending global headlines from American reports to top African news today, and the best sports stories in 2024.


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