you talk about sex for role, it has to do with an individual. There’s
nowhere that it does not exist. In the entertainment industry, people do
a lot of funny things to get what they want.
I believe it is an individual thing. If you feel sex is what will take you up there, fine, go ahead.
But know that whatever takes you up there that is not God’s will, will
certainly crash. Definitely, when you are up there with God’s help,
nobody will pull you down.
Anything you get from an illicit affair does not end well.
did it get this bad in the movie industry and who is to be blamed
“Nobody is to be blamed. If producers ‘toast’ you, maybe it’s okay but
sometimes the girls are the ones ‘toasting’ the producers.
is to be blamed then? A man has the right to say ‘bring your body’; a
woman has the right to say ‘no’. It is a two-way thing. If it is rape,
it is a different thing.”
marriage to her popular actor husband, Prince Eke, broke up late last
year with the latter, accusing the artiste of infidelity and some other
issues. Muma, who had yet to talk about what transpired in her marriage,
eventually opened up to Saturday Beats about how her marriage broke up in an exclusive phone interview.
said, “It is exactly one year ago that I separated from my ex- husband.
18-year-old Mary Olaniyan, a student of the Adeyemi College of
Education, Ondo, has a lot to be thankful for.
escape from a forest she found herself after she became unconscious in a
cab she boarded in front of the school gate on September 1, 2017.
A widow, Mrs. Stella Ogheneovo, who was allegedly forced to drink the water used to wash her dead husband’s corpse by relatives of the deceased to prove her innocence about the death of her husband, Captain Johnbull Ogheneovo, has alerted police authorities over her plight.
The widow who alleged that the incident took place at Emervo in Isoko North Local government area of Delta state after her husband died intestate on 9,May 2017 at Warri, Delta State said she had petitioned the Assistant Inspector -General of Police, Zone 5, Benin, Mr. Muhammed Abubakar, through her counsel, Mr Olayiwola Afolabi. Her story In the petition, Mrs Ogheneovo alleged that when her husband died, she was invited by her husband’s relations to their family house at Emevor village and was forced to...