Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing, who recently bought herself a white Toyota Venza has revealed the kind of man she can never get married to. In an interview with The Sun, the light-skinned actress said she would never touch a short man with a ten foot pole because she has a thing for tall, dark and handsome men.
“I would never marry a man who doesn’t trust me, because trust supersedes love. I also don’t want to be associated with a short man. I can’t marry any of such men. If you are short, then you’re not my type.” On what she looks out for in a man; I’ll go for a tall, dark and handsome guy with correct body build. My kind of man doesn’t have to be so rich, money is not love.”
A Nigerian lady has cried for justice after her face was battered by an army officer. Sharing pictures showing her badly bruised face, she narrated how the army officer's vehicle hit her family's car from behind. Surprisingly, the man demanded that they pay for damaging his car. When they refused, he landed a punch on the lady's face.
Read her narration below.
''A cry for justice, I and my family was attacked by an army officer who hit our car from behind and still demanded that we pay for his head lights that broke,this happened at about 9pm yesterday 23/06/2018 around area 1 round about, Abuja. When we refused to do his bid, he brought out knife and started chasing us around, during the whole chaos he landed me a punch on my eyes and pushed me to the ground and I dislocated my wrist. I am in serious...
Nollywood actor and film maker, Pascal Atuma has denied a report in which he said the only way one can make it in the movie industry in Nigeria is by engaging in prostitution. In an interview with TheCable, it is reported that Pascal Atuma revealed that ladies in the industry use what they have to get what they want.
“If you are not a full time or semi-prostitute, you will not make it in Nollywood,”
“Our ladies are using what they have to get what they want. Even some of the guys who can use their a** are the ones making it in Nollywood,” he said.
Nigerian singer, Davido has emerged best international act at the 2018 BET Awards beating Tiwa Savage, Cassper Nyovest and many others. Receiving his award, Davido used the opportunity to send condolences to D'banj whose son drowned in a swimming pool.
The show which was hosted by Jamie Foxx saw Beyonce getting crowned as the best female R&B/pop artist, with Cardi B winning best female hip hop artist. Legendary Anita Baker received the lifetime achievement award.
See full list of winners below.
Best Female R&B / Pop Artist Award