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Rave News Digest: Megan Thee Stallion To Host SNL, Tems And Waje To Collaborate, Mbappe + More

Rave News Digest: Megan Thee Stallion To Host SNL, Tems And Waje To Collaborate, Mbappe + More

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Megan Thee Stallion set to host Saturday Night Live, Tems and Waje signal potential collaboration, KFC apologizes to Mbappe. Stay in the know with our Rave News Digest, which summarizes five of the hottest global news you need to catch up on, saving you time and energy. Consider it your daily news fix. 

1. Megan Thee Stallion set to host Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live is about to get hotter as Megan Thee Stallion, Willow, and Kendrick Lamar are set to make appearances in the 48th season of the long-running comedy show. Lamar is set to be a musical guest for the season premiere on October 1, Mike Teller (Whiplash, Top Gun) as the host, with Willow making an appearance on October 8 as a musical guest with Brendan Gleeson (The Tragedy Of Macbeth) as the host.

The Houston Hottie will have double duty as she is set to perform as a musical guest and host on October 15. The “Traumazine” artist took to social media to rave about her upcoming appearance.

2. Waje & Tems excite fans with potential collaboration

Nigerian singer and songwriter Waje has sparked excitement in fans after tweeting that she would love to work with international Nigerian sensation Tems. On September 19, Waje took to her Twitter account to share her thoughts on how it would be dreamy to have her and Tems on a track together. “Imagine @temsbaby and I on track. Please guys whisper to her,” Waje tweeted.

Fans who have listened to both artists instantly began to tweet about how good the collaboration would be while drawing Tems’ attention to the tweet. It turns out that the thought of a collaboration with Waje also appears exciting to Tems. In her reply to Waje, the Essence co-hitmaker asked the veteran vocalist to check her DM in what appeared like a readiness to collaborate. “Check yah dmss Sisss,” Tems tweeted in a post that has sparked excitement.

3. South Africa: Nasty C announces partnership with video game Call of Duty

 
 
 
 
 
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Rapper Nasty C has partnered with an American mobile gaming publisher called Call of Duty. Taking to his Instagram timeline recently, the rapper announced his exciting news with his followers by sharing a screenshot of a statement confirming the partnership. “This is only the start of what’s gonna be an epic journey! Grateful,” he wrote.

In the statement, Carry1st CEO Cordel Robbin-Coker expressed his excitement to be partnering with Call of Duty and with all the players who have created a relationship with the game. “We’re excited to partner with Call of Duty: Mobile to highlight the hugely popular gaming experience to both players that already love the game and new recruits experiencing it for the first time!” he said.

Meanwhile, Nasty C was excited about being able to usher in a new generation of gamers. “I’ve been a gamer all my life and it’s amazing to partner with Carry1st and Call of Duty: Mobile to hype my favorite game in SA. I’m excited to show off Call of Duty: Mobile to the next generation of players across the country.”

4. Tanzania ends 20-year wait for Oscars award entry

 
 
 
 
 
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A Tanzanian film has been shortlisted for an Oscar award, ending the country’s two-decade wait for an entry into the awards. “Vuta N’kuvute”—Swahili for tug of war—has been shortlisted in the 95th Academy Awards’ Best International Film category. Released in Swahili and with a majority black cast, the film tells the story of a young Indian-Zanzibari girl whose romance thrives on the back of a political revolt in the dying days of British imperial rule.

“The future for Tanzanian cinema is finally in our hands. A wave of Swahili filmmakers grows with pride, intellect, and audacity every day,” Amil Shivji, a co-producer of the film, posted on Instagram. In September 2021, Vuta N’kuvute made history as the first Tanzanian feature film to be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Tanzania’s first entry to the Oscars awards was “Maangazi: The Ancient One,” in 2002.

5. KFC apologizes for executive’s threat to Mbappe and France national team

KFC France has released a statement explaining regret over threats to stop sponsoring the French national team. The company issued a statement, backtracking on the idea of pulling out as sponsors of the French national team after Kylian Mbappe refused to take part in a marketing campaign. “KFC France regrets the words that were spoken yesterday,” the company said in a statement to Reuters. “These are personal opinions, but in no way reflect the position of the company. Partnership with the French Football Federation has always been a source of pride for us.”

Alain Beral, vice-president of KFC France, initially stated that the company would stop sponsoring the national team with Mbappe refusing to produce promotional content. But, the company has now played down such claims. Meanwhile, the national team has told Mbappe they will amend their advertising and image rights policies after he protested.

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