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Rave News Digest: Rapper Eve Welcomes First Child, Olamide Threatens To Release Fireboy’s Album, New FIFA Africa Rankings + More

Rave News Digest: Rapper Eve Welcomes First Child, Olamide Threatens To Release Fireboy’s Album, New FIFA Africa Rankings + More

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Rapper Eve welcomes first child, Olamide threatens to release Fireboy’s album, FIFA releases new African rankings. 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.

Here is a rundown of five of the hottest news stories…

1. American rapper Eve welcomes first child

 
 
 
 
 
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American rapper, Eve Jihan Cooper has welcomed her first child with her husband Maximillion Cooper. The music star took to her Instagram page on Thursday, February 10, where she shared a photo of her newborn son. “Our Beautiful boy was born Feb 1st, 2022 💙 Wilde Wolf Fife Alexander Somers Cooper 💙 Words can’t describe this feeling ✨✨✨,” she captioned the photo.

The “Ruff Ryder” rapper first announced that she was expecting a baby last year. Eve and Maximillion started dating in 2010. By 2013, the couple got engaged and tied the knot the following year. Cooper has four children from his former marriage with Julie Brangstrup.

Congratulation to the couple on their bundle of joy.

2. Nigeria: Olamide threatens to release Fireboy’s new album

On February 9, Nigerian singer, Olamide jokingly threatened to release his artist, Fireboy DML’s upcoming third studio album. In a tweet, he wrote that, “I’ve had fireboy 3rd album with me since October 2021 and I’m tired of listening to it alone.. if you have his number, kindly call him n let him know I’m gonna leak it if he no pick next single n let’s drop album.”

Fireboy replied that, “Next single next month! third album before summer!” Olamide then quoted with, “Okay now … Oya now .. let’s goooo….” Already, Fireboy has “Peru” from the album. He has also revealed that the album will feature Nigerian songtress, Asa.

3. South Africa: Media personality and actress Kuli Roberts has died

Actress and TV personality Kuli Roberts has died. The 49-year-old star passed away on Wednesday evening. Her family confirmed the news in a statement on Thursday afternoon. A close friend told the press she spoke to the star on Wednesday and she seemed “drowsy.” Details around Kuli’s death, including the cause, have not been confirmed. Kuli won over Africa’s hearts in a career spanning several decades.

She is survived by her two children, her beloved grandchild, her parents and three siblings.

Our condolences go out to those she left behind.

4. Zimbabwe warns of six coming cyclones

The government in Zimbabwe has warned that six cyclones may hit the country during the current rainy season. July Moyo, the local government minister, said measures had been put in place to warn and protect lives and property. Lessons had been learnt from previous cyclones that had affected the southern African nation, he said. The meteorological department had predicted the cyclones would make landfall, but their strength could not be confirmed, he added. Rapper eve first child

Zimbabwe, which is about midway through its rainy season, was affected by Tropical Storm Ana last month, though a subsequent tropical cyclone that hit Mauritius and Madagascar – Batsirai – did not cross over into mainland Africa.

5. New African FIFA rankings revealed

Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal and Ghana suffered contrasting fortunes according to the February rankings released by the Federation of International Football Association on Thursday. The ratings for the month under review was strongly impacted by the recently concluded Africa Cup of Nations staged in Cameroon. Despite winning all their group matches, three-time African kings Super Eagles crashed out in the Round of 16 after a 1-0 defeat to Tunisia. Even at that, they climbed to third on the continent and occupy 32nd spot globally after amassing 1509 points.

For Ghana’s Black Stars – who failed in their bid to land a fifth AFCON crown after crashing out in the group stage – dropped to 11th place in Africa and 61st in the world. South Africa’s Bafana Bafana missed out on the biennial African football showpiece, yet they still retain their 13th place in Africa and no. 68 in the world. Another AFCON absentee Kenya moved southward to be ranked as the 23rd best football playing nation in Africa and no. 103 globally.

Reigning African champions Senegal are ranked first in Africa and 18th in the world with 1587 points, while Morocco’s Atlas Lions – who crashed out in the quarter-final – remain 28th globally and second in Africa after accruing 1547 points. AFCON 2021 hosts Cameroon are 38th in the world, while reigning African champions and FIFA Arab Cup kings Algeria are now ranked 43rd globally and seventh on the continent.

Seven-time African champions Egypt finished second after losing to the Lions of Teranga on penalties. They soared to fourth spot in Africa and are rated number 34 in the world. Mali, Cote d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso are some of the countries that benefitted from the recently completed championship as they are ranked eighth, ninth and tenth respectively on the continent. Rapper eve first child

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Our Week Day News Digest brings you a summary of five of the hottest news topics across the world––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 2022. 


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