Actress Liz Anjorin, who converted to Islam from Christianity years ago, has spoken on the challenges faced in the movie industry which has pushed her into the business world so as to have a back up plan.
Speaking in an interview, Liz Anjorin stated that she makes her money off hard work, debunking the rumors that her source of wealth is a sugar daddy
“I decided to put in more hard work and create multiple streams of income after realising that the movie industry will soon collapse.
‘‘Nobody wants to go broke and it is that fear that brought out the creativity in me and pushed me into business”
“Piracy is affecting the industry so much while the lack of proper investment is also another issue threatening the sector.
“While other people go from one party to another to enjoy themselves, I am busy at work, thinking of how to make a success of my life.
“I work very hard to earn my money. I go through a lot of stress every day but people just think that I just sleep and all these things come to me on a silver platter.
“The talk of having a sugar daddy is annoying because there is nothing like that. The truth is that God is the only sugar daddy I have.
“Some people will just sit down and say I get support from some politicians but in Nigeria of today; nobody will constantly give you money except you work with your two hands. But some individuals will just sit somewhere and concoct all sorts of lies about me.”
On her faceoff with Ronke Oshodi-Oke, Liz Anjorin said that it was nothing personal, adding that she only tried to let her colleague know that people were free to express themselves the way they wanted.
“I made my point and I used it as a signal to others that they should leave my job for me.
The most painful thing you can say to a very hard working person is to look for their trouble. An average hustler is aggressive in nature. A real hustler doesn’t eat, I hardly eat. I wake up 5:00am every day.
“I feel your colleague should be your family. If you have issues with anybody, you can call them and discuss them. It’s just a normal disagreement that can happen between two people. Through her statement, I realised that she was pained. I don’t believe in talking down on someone because the person spends his or her money.”
An international top model who recently took to maing a controversial post, for likes on social media, appears to have received far more than she expected as people backlash her incessantly
Jelica Ljubicic, a popular model is reported to have posted a selfie next to her dead father’s body in hospital for likes.
Upon sharing the offensive post, she penned down a message which read;
‘We have fought as much as we can, but it is not our will. We don’t decide how long we will live. ‘He left us in the 67th year of life. Thank you for everything, I am grateful for being your daughter, and having you as my father. ‘Thank you for bringing us to the right path. Rest in peace, you will always stay in our hearts.’
In reaction to what she had done, a social media user pointed out a quite important...
In an interview with Saturday Beats, Nigerian veteran singer Salawa Abeni revealed that she still gets advances from men despite her turning 57 recently.
She however said she has learnt to treat such men with respect while turning them down.
Salawa Abeni said, “Men still pester me for love but I am always very careful with them even though you cannot know which one is good or bad from mere appearance .
“I mentioned it in one of my songs that if I laugh too much, they will call me a prostitute , if I frown too much, they will say I am proud. But it is good to be very diplomatic with them and not to be rude to them . ”...
Mavin Records artiste, Korede Bello has been applauded by Twitter users for what may be described as an epic clapback or an emotional response to someone who tried to shame him.
Twitter user, @king_adze won thousands of retweets when he wrote, "Basically the highlight of Korede Bello's career is that after "God win", his village people later won" but the singer may have got the last laugh when he replied, "Lol let’s not give my village people the criedit. Only God gives hits. So hopefully He’ll give me another one you guys would love soon".
Lol let’s not give my village people the criedit. Only God gives hits. So hopefully He’ll give me another one you guys would love soon https://t.co/nVGMUbjHPI
— Korayday (@koredebello) July 20, 2018
Korede Bello's 2015 single, Godwin earned him a MTV Africa Music Award...