Following the controversy surrounding her exit from the
Big Brother Africa house, Bimpe Susan Harvey, popularly known as
issued a press statement where she apologized to all Nigerians for her
‘shameful’ misconduct in the Big Brother Star Game house.
The statement reads:
want to tell Nigerians that I am so sorry. I am human just like
everyone. I am an extremely emotional person. Everybody has two sides.
What we entertainers represent on stage is different from who we are off
stage. And I didn’t go into the Big Brother StarGame with any strategy…
went in there as an individual and just to be my real self. And that’s
what Africa saw. I didn’t go into that house as Goldie, the performer; I
was in there as Susan. Fortunately, my teeming fans got to see the
human side of me and not the woman they see on stage.
I wear my
heart on my sleeve. I am brought up to be loyal and be truthful to
everyone. I am not the type that plot or play schism. So, when I.K.
showed me the nomination last Sunday, the discovery was shocking and my
knees went weak. Every other guy had like 8, 6 and 5 nominations, but I
had just two. And I was the one to leave. I felt betrayed when I
discovered one of the persons that nominated me for eviction.
are loving, caring and religious people. We have high moral standards.
And all these qualities I tried to exhibit while in the Big Brother
You had about 50 cameras to watch you but I had only two
eyes and two ears and I believed in what I saw. But when I heard
everything he had said, I was sad, but I realise that he went into the
house to play a game. I have learnt my lesson and I am stronger for it”.
Ghanaian President Dr. John Evans Fifii Atta Mills has been reported
dead by local radio stations in Ghana. The cause of his dead is not yet
known. I will bring you details of same as I receive them from
Dr. John Evans Fifii Atta Mills (21 July 1944 – 25 July 2012) is the
third and immediate past President of the Fourth Republic of Ghana.
was inaugurated on 7 January 2009, having defeated the ruling party
candidate Nana Akufo-Addo in the 2008 election. He was Vice-President
from 1997 to 2001 under President Jerry Rawlings, and stood
unsuccessfully in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections as the
candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Nollywood actor, Emeka Ike, has said he's leaving Nollywood temporarily
to strategies. Speaking to an Encomium reporter exclusively on Sunday
July 22nd, the actor said:
"I have not quit Nollywood in the real sense
of the word. What I did was to withdraw all my movies from the market,
and I mean all the movies that are related with Emeka Ike…and the
reason is not far fetched. I am angry with what is going on in the
industry. My conscience would not allow me to go on with the decay in
the industry. So, I feel that was the best thing to do, to dissociate
myself from the problem and stand out! So, henceforth, any Nollywood
movie would not involve Emeka Ike. Rather, I want to market all my
movies on the label of Emeka Ike Production. If you want to...
Midnight crew in those days
Check out the new Midnight crew photo…Me likey…they look so African and beautiful.
The updated photo on their fb wall
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