Linda Ikeji is Africa’s biggest celebrity blogger averaging an estimated income of $900,000 per year. She was recently accused of infringing on the intellectual property rights of others and now, Google has shut down her site. What next? Also, one of Africa’s most popular pastors is in the hot seat. Pastor TB Joshua ‘s building collapsed leaving a 115 people injured, 84 of them dead. Is he criminally liable? We discuss these and more on The Africa Music Law.com show with Ms. Uduak, with a special guest appearance.
Inside this Episode:
1. Google Shuts Down LindaIkeji.blogspot.com, what next?
2. Ini Edo divorces, her ex-in laws threaten to expose her alleged cheating ways, does she have any legal recourse?
3. Tiwa Savage’s rumored divorce and domestic violence situation with T-Billz.
4. Amber Rose’s Divorce from Wiz Khalifa, what happens to child custody and visitation issues?
5. Chris Brown’s mom and girlfriend are worried about his gang affiliation with the ‘Bloods’ what does this mean for Chris and his career?
6. Is TB Joshua civilly and criminally liable for his collapsed building that killed 115 people?
7. Did Akon really perform in a balloon/bubble to avoid getting Ebola?
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