Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s long-awaited action flick, “Bad Boys for Life” officially hits theatres today! Remember to get your tickets here
— Bad Boys (@BadBoys) January 16, 2020
#BadBoysforLife was a BLAST!! If you’re an @BadBoys fan, this film is speaking your language. Great humor, thrilling action sequences, fast cars, shootouts a plenty, a glittering Miami, crazy and dangerous villains and a shoot ’em up finale that is 🔥. Go see this one, friends! pic.twitter.com/nMNZMM5k8E
— John Rocha (@TheRochaSays) January 15, 2020
Okay #BadBoysForLife was fucking incredible! This wasn’t no cash grab! The ability to continue the franchise in such a fun and compelling story was amazing! Martin Lawrence and Will Smith will always remain BAD BOYS FOR LIFE! Definitely a MUST SEE! pic.twitter.com/s9qVGdINGB
— Christian Mason (@CReelProduction) January 17, 2020
Eliud Kipchoge has been nominated at the coveted Laureus World Sports Awards for “Sportsman of the Year” category. The marathon runner was nominated alongside Lewis Hamilton, Lionel Messi, Tiger Woods and Rafael Nadal. Congrats King Choge!
Laureus World Sportsman of The Year Award Nominees
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— Zoezi Sports (@ZoeziSports) January 16, 2020
Congratulations to World marathon record holder Eliud Kipchoge for being nominated in a six-man shortlist for the 2019 Laureus Sportsman of the year award alongside Barcelona’s reigning Balon d’Or winner Lionel Messi, Tiger Woods, Rafael Nadal Lewis Hamilton and Marc Márquez. pic.twitter.com/0T4CtykFEj
— Hon Alinur Mohamed🇰🇪 (@HonAlinur) January 16, 2020
— MugamboWaAfrica (@MugamboWaAfrica) January 16, 2020
UB40’s “The Real Labour of Love” tour will be touching base in Nairobi, February 1st. This, after controversy from the other half of the group who have refuted the taking place of such an event. The group’s lead singer Ali Campbell left the group sometime back , took in Astro under the name “UB40 Featuring Ali Campbell and Astro”. The original group (whose lead is now Duncan Campbell) are also using “UB40”.
In a statement, Ali and Astro had this to say, “Our Kenyan fans should expect nothing short of a good time from us. We promise to make Valentine’s month worth every penny. We are looking forward to entertaining our fans doing what we love best and have been doing for the last 40 years.” The original group refuted this in a tweet, “This event has nothing to do with UB40! Ali and Astro left UB40 a long time ago…. Please remove your post!”
Here are the ticket prices:
— LincolnsKE🇰🇪™️ (@LincolnsKE) January 17, 2020
This event has nothing to do with UB40! Ali and Astro left UB40 a long time ago…. Please remove your post!
— UB40 (@UB40OFFICIAL) January 7, 2020
— allAfrica.com (@allafrica) January 8, 2020
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