Written by Ere-ebi AGEDAH

Okpamen campaigns against prostitution in new movie, ‘Night Hustlers’ Jaybytee set to redefine dancehall music, Ruby Rose congratulates new Batwoman,As a Calabar girl, men want me to be their porn star –Inem Peter,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why I was the odd one out of 14 siblings – Omawumi

Singer-songwriter, Omawumi, has revealed a startling detail about herself, her family and why she thinks she was the odd one of 1 children.

In the episode, #WithChude, founded by Chude Jideonwo, the singer shared what has worked for her in the pursuit of true happiness and her journey through single motherhood into a consciously decided marriage.

“My father has 14 children, I am the twelfth child, I was the only one as at that time to get pregnant out of wedlock,” she said. “I conceived three months after we [my husband and I] met."

“I asked him, ‘Are you ready to marry?’ and he said he wasn't.”

Inspired by the lifestyle of Charlie Boy and Denrele, Omawumi reveals how she has lived her life exactly how she feels is best regardless of the opinion of others.

Reflecting on the past in a thought experiment initiated by Chude, she discloses how she'll advise her younger self if she could, not to limit herself and to take advantage of every opportunity.

“I’m just living, some people don’t remember to live. Living isn’t necessarily enjoyment and enjoyment doesn’t necessarily mean happiness.”

She confessed that while single motherhood didn't tax her a lot, her children like it better now that she is married to their father.

 

As a Calabar girl, men want me to be their porn star –Inem Peter

For beautiful and fair-complexioned actress, Inem Peter, known for her sexy photos on Instagram, Calabar girls are not only good in bed; they are also fantastic cooks.

According to the screen diva, she’s disappointed at how men perceive her whenever she introduces herself at functions.

“Each time I say I am a Calabar girl, most men want me to cook for them or be their personal porn star. It is very annoying. I am tired of hearing that a Calabar girl is only good in bed and kitchen. When you tell someone where you come from and the only thing they think about is sex and kitchen, it is annoying. All I know is aside the fact that we are loving, hardworking and intelligent, Calabar or Akwa Ibom girls are specially created. They are blessed, they take good care of their man more than any other tribe,” she told Inside Nollywood.

Speaking on her new movie, Colours of Deceit, which is about to hit Africa Magic channel, the curvy actress says it is an original and different story. “I have experienced deceit but it’s not something I want to talk more about, as it has to do with my past relationship. Trust me, men are very deceitful. The movie is star-studded. It wasn’t easy at all but God got me. He gave me the perfect cast and crew. I even had an accident while making the movie but I didn’t stop, everyone encouraged and supported me. We pulled through and everything came out 101%.”

 

Ruby Rose congratulates new Batwoman

Ruby Rose lavished praise on her Batwoman replacement Javicia Leslie as she reacted to the casting news on Instagram.

Following the announcement that the God Friended Me star will succeed Ruby on the show, playing a new misfit character named Ryan Wilder, the Australian actress took to social media on Wednesday to share her excitement.

"OMG!! This is amazing!!" Ruby, who quit the show after just one season, wrote alongside a picture of Javicia. "I am so glad Batwoman will be played by an amazing Black woman. I want to congratulate Javicia Leslie on taking over the bat cape. You are walking into an amazing cast and crew. I can’t wait to watch season 2 you are going to be amazing!!”

Meanwhile, Javicia shared a Deadline article about her casting on her own Instagram page, and wrote: "For all of the little Black girls dreaming to be a superhero one day... it’s possible!"

 

Jaybytee set to redefine dancehall music

The Nigeria music industry is set to explode once again amidst Covid-19 Pandemic as another fast-rising dancehall singer and songwriter, Obiajulu Kachikwuru Okeyokafor, better known as Jaybytee is out with his dancehall music.

The vibes according to industry observers is in a class of its own, as no such quality of lyrics and production is found anywhere in the country at the moment.

According to the wonder boy from the East of Nigeria whose music is currently rocking the nation’s airwave and sending music lovers frenzy, he is “out to redefine the dancehall music.”

Born on January 21, 1994 and raised in different parts of Eastern Nigeria, Jaybytee, an indigene of Anambra State started his music career doing underground collaborations with other up and coming artists while in the seminary where he was enrolled by his father with the hope of becoming a reverend father.

His parents later moved to Lagos after he graduated from the seminary. In 2011, he did a song titled “Kolo” with Kidco and in 2016, he did another song titled “Thank you Lord” ft reggae dancehall artiste, S.B Mogom which gained massive airplay around the world.

His recent song titled, “Wayo” ft Wale Kwame is now a club bang and delight to music lovers around the world.

Jaybytee whose passion for music knows no bounds is no doubt one of the most talented emerging stars in the African continent.

 

Okpamen campaigns against prostitution in new movie, ‘Night Hustlers’

Nollywood actress, Sharon Okpamen is set to raise awareness on the dangers and risks of prostitution with her new movie entitled Night Hustlers (Avbosagiedemu).

The movie is due to be released by her Sharonny Productions for streaming on YouTube to lovers of Nollywood movies across the world.

Shot in Benin, Edo State, Night Hustlers is billed to hit the movie-loving public on July 11th.

Unlike a number of her movies that were presented in her Bini dialect, Sharon Okpamen opted to present her latest flick in Pidgin English.

With over 100 movies to her credit, Sharon has positioned herself as a cultural ambassador through the lens of her movies. She has been at the vanguard of projection of the rich Edo culture through cinematic experiences.

‘Night Hustlers’, her latest movie project parades a slew of top South-South Nigeria-based actors such as Amenze Okpunu, Shine Francis Osemwengie, Degbuehi Oviahon, Jeffery Omoruyi, Festina Peters Izevbizua, Oflex Osabuohen, Maris Iyamu, Shantel Aiwekhoe, Patience Izzy Omoruyi, Idahosa Itohan Angela, Itohan Igbinidun, Esther Ifueko Osaro, Aisosa Evbenaye, and Julius Iyamu.

The movie weaves round the wayward life of a group of young female prostitution ring leaders capturing their experiences of intrigues, backstabbing and betrayal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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