Julius “Da Genius’ Agwu‘s new interview has got everyone talking.
You’ll never understand unless you’ve been there before; where all
the odds are working against you, just because you dare to be
different…to test all your actions with God’s living word.
The ace Nigerian comedian, bares his mind in a 6 minute interview,
where he came after some celebs in the entertainment industry.
In a candid interview with TVC Entertainment, he lashes out on the evils of the entertainment industry and disloyal friends.
He spoke about how the devil stopped his books, CDs and albums from
selling well in the market. He said the devil “tied the mouth” of some
of entertainers including Basketmouth, Timaya, Duncan Mighty and Teju Babyface from giving him credit and looking out for him as the one who gave them their first opportunities in Lagos.
The Nigerian comedian went on to talk about meeting Banky W in New York, D’banj and Don Jazzy in London and how he adviced them to relocate to Nigeria to advance their careers as they’ll be likely valued more back home.
“The devil’s primary target is entertainers.
A lot of musicians are now comfortable with releasing one single and
then releasing two single mothers as the devil has put in their head
that getting married will decrease their female fan base.
” Look at me, I’m always celebrating my wife.”
Mr. Agwu confessed that Azuh Arinze and Okey Bakassi are his true friends, while others are his colleagues since most of them are very disloyal.
He also talks about his new project by the name; CEO, (Christian Entertainers Outreach) as he believes the devil wants to steal the Nigerian entertainment industry.
Julius Agwu who had a brain tumor surgery in May is talking from experience and isn’t afraid to name names.
Watch the video below:
Some residents of Adio, Ekimogun streets and Kehinde Lane in the
Bariga area of Lagos State have started fleeing their homes after
robbers kept attacking them repeatedly.
Punch Newspaper reports that
Adio residents were attacked three times last week, Ekimogun Street had
two visits and Kehinde Lane was invaded once.
During the raid of
Ekimogun, a newly-wed woman who just moved into the house with her
husband was raped while her husband was forced to watch.
The security guard of a nursery and primary school on Adio Street was bound by his hands and feet and beaten up severely.
frequency of the attacks and the inability of the police to address the
scourge forced some of the residents to form local vigilantes to ward