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Big Igbo artists don’t help upcoming artists – Maria

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Big Igbo artists don’t help upcoming artists – Maria

The former lawmaker representing Afikpo North East Constituency in the Ebonyi State House of Assembly, Mrs. Maria Ude Nwachi, popularly known as ‘Afikpo Chick’, has stated that Big Igbo artists don’t help upcoming artists.

The Technical Assistant to the Vice President of Nigeria on New Media disclosed this on Monday on her Facebook page.

According to her, Big Igbo artists don’t carry the upcoming Igbo artists along like the Yoruba ones.

In her words, “Igbo big artist, you will STAGNATE without the talented young Igbo upcomers. If you see what’s in their head ehh. They can keep you going higher and staying on top. Help them, play with them, stop bigmanning them, dash them money, sort their bills out, hype them, dash them expensive chit, make them feel good about themselves.

Biko nu! Our Igbo young artists’ dey suffers, suffer don finish them, and those untapped talents are just wasting away, they need big brothers like you to move them high while you also tap from them. Stop doing class and levels for them. Stop.

See how these Yoruba big artists will be playing with upcoming artists. Hanging with them. Collaborating with them. Playing with them, dashing them money. Buying them expensive chits. They even carry some of the up comers to Oyibi land.
When they even get into wahala, one big Yoruba artist will be there to bail them out and make them even blow up more. Upcoming Igbo artists just be suffering heads. They have no one. Our big artists are so pompous like no one can even see them unless they are on their level. This is worrisome.
Igbo big artists cannot grow without these Igbo suffer-head upcoming artists. They must help them in order to help themselves too. These young talents are giving Davido, Wiz, Olamide, and co more blood in their game keeping them up there steady…
This is a win-win for all.
Thank you all, MUN.”

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“Being rich is not the birthright of men alone” – Linda Ikeji to ladies

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Nigerian celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji, has advised ladies, saying being rich is not the birthright of men alone.

On Thursday afternoon, she shared her definition of success as a woman on her Instagram page and shared how she believed women should view themselves.

Linda Ikeji wrote, “Dear young lady, I hear you! If that’s how you see life and want to live life, it’s your choice! To each his own. As for me, I’d rather be as rich as those men who must pay me for being beautiful. Being rich is not the birthright of men alone. I’d rather be their contemporary than waiting for their handouts.

I know many believe it’s a man’s world; maybe it is, but with fearlessness, strength, determination, and grace, women can dominate and thrive in it. So, instead of waiting for men’s charity, I’d rather start early to fight for my dreams, build my business(es), break boundaries, and if God allows, shatter tables.

I want to get to a point in my life where I can get myself anything I want that money can buy without having to beg or sleep with any man to get it. I want to go into a store, see a $60k Cartier watch that I love, and pay for it, instead of wondering which man I’ll call and plotting all the things I will say and do to get him to buy it for me.

I know that my greatest superpower as a woman is being financially independent, as this will give me the choice to live life on my own terms, date or marry whoever my heart wants and walk away when it no longer serves me, instead of being forced to stick with a man I can no longer stand because I can’t stand on my own.

I want when a man comes into my life, no matter how rich he is, for his money to be a bonus and not my only source of livelihood. And as he gives to me, which I will happily collect, I will give to him in return.

I want to dress as sexy as I like and enter any place without a man walking up to me and asking how much it will cost to take me home for the night because he knows who the F I is… a boss babe with her own business as rich as he is.. or maybe even richer! .

Seriously, I’d rather, if God forbid I end up with a deadbeat, be able to give my child(ren) the absolute best life without having to be at the mercy of a scornful & bitter ex.

With all humility, I refuse for the quality of my life to be dependent on the benevolence of men. I want the protection, power, and security that comes with having my own money. But like I said in the beginning, that’s just me! To each his own!.”

 

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Davido confirms news of upcoming wedding with Chioma Rowland

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Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido has confirmed the news of his upcoming wedding with the mother of his twins, Chioma Rowland.

Reports have it that Davido and Chioma are set to wed traditionally in the next two weeks, scheduled to take place at Eko Hotel, in Lagos on June 25, 2024.

Confirming the news in a video shared by UK-based Nigerian Pastor Tobi Adeboyega on Instagram on Tuesday, the excited groom-to-be, Davido invited his friends to join in the celebration of his upcoming wedding.

He said, “Guys, you have to come to Nigeria on the 25th [of June] for my wedding.”

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Skit maker, Layi Wasabi says he doesn’t believe in having girlfriend

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Layi Wasabi says he doesn't believe in having girlfriend

Nigerian comedian Layi Wasabi has explained why he thinks having a partner is more important than having a girlfriend.

While appearing on the most recent episode of the podcast “Is This Seat Taken?” hosted by actress Chinasa Anukam, he revealed this in an exclusive conversation.

If I am going to be in a meaningful relationship, Layi Wasabi told Chinasa, he would rather use the term “partnership” than “girlfriend.”

He said, “I don’t believe in the concept of a girlfriend. I believe in partnership. I don’t believe in that phase of girlfriends. I start with courtship. I have to see the wife in the person from the beginning.”

 

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