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Roy Clark, the legendary country music singer and host of the country music variety show “Hee Haw,” has died at the age of 85,

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Roy Clark, the legendary country music singer and host of the country music variety show “Hee Haw,” has died at the age of 85, TMZ reports.

A rep for the Grammy Award-winning singer confirmed that Clark passed away Thursday morning (Nov. 15) at his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

As for Clark’s cause of death, his rep said he had recently gotten sick with pneumonia and ultimately passed due to complications from the illness.

Clark was one of the first artists to land singles on both the pop and country charts … and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2009. Roy played the guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, harmonica and many other instruments.

Roy Clark—who played the guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, harmonica and many other instruments—held the honor of being one of the first artists in music history to land singles on both the pop and the country charts.

He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2009.

Clark’s country music variety show “Hee Haw” aired for 24 years, making it one of the longest syndicated TV shows in history. Clark often had musical guests on the show, including Johnny Cash, Garth Brooks and Loretta Lynn, just to name a few.

Roy Clark is survived by his wife of 61 years, Barbara, and their five children. According to TMZ, there will be a memorial to honor him in Tulsa, where Roy has lived since 1974, in the coming days.

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Join the movement if you are not happy about your welfare – Tuface

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Nigerian singer, Tuface Idibia has taken to Twitter to ask all security agencies in the country to join the ongoing protests for a better Nigeria if they are not pleased with their welfare.

‘Police!! Military!!! and all security agencies!! If una no happy about una welfare make una join this movement for a better Naija. Una no is slave,’ he wrote in a tweet.

#EndSARS: Join the movement for a better Nigeria if you are not happy about your welfare - Tuface tells all security agencies in the country.?

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Stefflon Don tells #EndSARS protesters in London, Protesting on a Monday will make more sense

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Stefflon Don has adviced #EndSARS protesters in London to postpone their protest till Monday when offices are open.

 

Stefflon Don in her Instagram post stated that it will make much sense if the protest is held on Monday October 12, as the Nigerian High Commission will be closed on Sunday October 11.

She wrote;

Protesting on a Monday will make more sense and not on Sunday - Stefflon Don tells #EndSARS protesters in London

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Paul Okoye shares screenshots of death threats he received from a Kenyan woman

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Singer Paul Okoye has shared screenshots of threatening messages he received from a Kenyan woman on social media.

 

The lady who identified herself as Morah from Kenya, had written to Paul via her ”mother’s Instagram account”, asking him to sponsor her to study in the U.S. and also to send her on vacation in the same country.

 

After Paul did not respond to her absurd request, the lady who says she’ll be turning 22 in July, began sending him nasty messages. In one of them, she threatened to kill him.

 

See screenshots of the messages she sent below.

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