Nollywood actress, Angela Okorie is unhappy with Big brother Naija star, Tacha, for lacking the spirit of appreciation, especially because of her attitude to her after she had helped her while she was in the house.
Angela thinks it’s wrong for Tacha not to show gratitude to her, stating that she supported the housemate unconditionally while she was in the Big Brother Naija house.
But Angela seems to be wrong, we recall that Tacha expressed gratitude to the actress and others, the likes of Peter Okoye, Bobrisky, Jaruma, after she was disqualified from the reality TV show.
But Angela claims Tacha doesn’t reply to her messages for days when she writes to her.
She said that sometimes when Tacha replies, she directs her to her manager.
Calling Tacha out, Angela said Tacha’s action has made her understand why Jaruma, her biggest supporter, unfollowed her.
She went on to accuse Tacha of having a bad character.
The actress wrote:
“This Right Here keeps me going. What Ever I do for people I don’t expect A pay Back And that is why God Keeps blessing me But as a human being, I think I deserve Gratitude.
“Some people I helped like Tacha can’t even say Thank you for giving her my platform To push her Brand As a matter of fact she ignores me, When I write her It takes 2 days to reply me Or she directs me to her manager What an Ungrateful personality Tacha it took you 2 weeks to call me after you Left Big brother house, That was After @hairess_gallery told u to call to at least say thank you,
“Now I understand why Jaruma unfollowed you. Tacha, I told you to post her picture publicly and Say Thank you to her for all she did for you, Cos is not easy to spend money on who doesn’t Know u , Gratitude is important I told you that “A good character will keep you in the industry for a long time” But a bad character will make u lose everything I was the First public face to post ur picture when you entered big brother house,
“This alone can make me not to help anybody again, But you know what??? I will keep helping people. Cos this is part of my work on Earth. Called you for a shoot. And I was shocked u said u will post it for free. Forgetting I post u on my page 2/47 without u paying a Dine
“I pleaded with my lovely fans on a daily basis to keep Voting for you until you win. I lost lots of fans cos of you. Some even wrote me messages threatening me
For supporting you, I told them I saw something different they can’t see in you. Even when everyone was against you. I supported you till the end and also gave them to support you,
“Gratitude is very important. Gratitude is a Must. Does it mean if you were Angela Okorie. You won’t give me the same opportunity I gave you???? Desist from being. Ungrateful to people wh. Helped you when u were a nobody. Else it will Ruin You forever. NB: Gratitude is everything. Morning world. #Epaindem.”
Lagos asks court to dismiss suit challenging Funke Akindele’s conviction
The Lagos State Government has asked the Federal High Court in Lagos to dismiss a suit challenging the conviction of actress, Funke Akindele, her husband, Abdul Rasheed Bello, and 236 others.
Akindele, alias Jenifa, Bello and the others were arrested for violating the state’s lockdown and social distancing order to check the spread of COVID-19.
She and Bello, in particular, were convicted on April 6, 2020, by an Ogba Magistrates’ Court, days after they held a crowded house birthday party in violation of the social distancing order.
They were sentenced to 14-day community service after pleading guilty.
But a Lagos-based lawyer, Olukoya Ogungbeje, approached the court, challenging the constitutionality of the Lagos State Infectious Diseases (Emergency Prevention) Regulations 2020 pursuant to which Akindele, her husband and 236 other residents were convicted and sentenced.
Ogungbeje prayed the court to declare that;
“The purported arrest, arraignment, trial, conviction and sentence of person/Nigerian citizens under the Lagos State Infectious Diseases (Emergency Prevention) Regulations 2020 for an alleged offence unknown to law and violation of same, which cannot be grounds for criminal liability is a nullity.”
At the proceedings in the matter before Justice Maureen Onyetenu, the government, through its counsel, Jonathan Ogunsanya, said it had filed a preliminary objection, praying the court to dismiss Ogungbeje’s suit for lacking in merit.
But Ogungbeje’s counsel, Fatai Adebanjo, requested for time to reply to the preliminary objection.
As a result, Justice Onyetenu adjourned hearing till July 21.
Davido, Wizkid, other stars will struggle to collaborate with me soon – Dami J
Double Six Entertainment music act, Damilare Johnson, known in showbiz as Dami J, has boasted that Wizkid, Davido and other beg stars will beg him for collaborations soon.
Dami J, whose debut album is in the works, believes that he is the new big thing coming on the Nigerian music scene.
“Although I adore the sounds of Davido, Wizkid, and other raving stars, they will all struggle to collaborate with me pretty soon,” Dammy J boasts.
According to the graduate of Bowen University, leading musicians who have willingly offered to feature on his forthcoming body of work gives him the confidence that he’s doing something right.
Born in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Johnson’s passion for music has been from childhood, just like many before him. Music was his first love but his education inevitably had to come first.
To him, primary school came and finished like a flash – with tiny recollection of memories. Secondary school was more vivid as he had off-and-on moments with music but he says it was nothing serious as his typical African parents prioritised his academic education.
University, however, presented ‘Dami Johnson’ an opportunity to explore his musical potentials as this was the only time he had a semblance of independence albeit stifled by a ton of rules and regulations of the institution. He was admitted into Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State, to study Mass Communication. Johnson says the admission compelled him to have two ultimate goals – graduate with good grades and to hone his musical skill and be known for it amongst his peers.
The first goal was to make his parents happy. The second was for his own happiness. He graduated and his music resonated beyond the lecture halls of Bowen University, it warmed the hearts of his contemporaries.
Fast-forward to present day. After officially launching his music career in 2018, Johnson, now known by a new stage name ‘Dammy J’, has been signed to a record label, Time Town.
He has gone ahead to release two potentially hit singles ‘Chimney’ and ‘Elebolo’.
The official video for ‘Chimney’ which features ace comedians ‘Brodda Shaggi’ and ‘Officer Woos’, is due for release by the end of July 2020.
Olu Jacobs stuns at 78
Veteran Nigerian actor, Oludotun Baiyewu Jacobs aka Olu Jacobs remains golden at 78 on the movie scene.
The actor who has been off-the-screen for a while turns 78-year-old today, Saturday, July 11.
Jacobs has many things to be thankful for after he was rumoured to have died.
To prove he is active, the veteran has been using his unique talent to intrigue and delight the public.
With his unique humour, Jacobs takes time to engage fans on Instagram by sharing motivational content.
In an interview with The Nation in 2015, the iconic actor once said that he enjoys acting.
“I enjoy what I do very much. And I have still got the physical power. My staying power has been my energy, both physical and mental, as well as the passion for the job. Also, there are still uncle and grand-dad characters to play.”
Having starred in over 150 Nollywood movies and several internationally, fans are yet to get enough of the sterling actor on the screens.
For his brilliance, Jacobs has won several awards including African Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in Leading Role in 2007, Industry Merit Award for outstanding achievements in acting at the 2013 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.
AMAA conferred its Lifetime Achievement Awards on him in 2016.
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