Fast rising Nigerian singer cum beauty entrepreneur, Annjay Chioma in a recent interview shared her unforgettable betrayal by a close friend.
“As an entertainer, I have had good and bad moments but I thank God I didn’t let some people’s negativity stop me from moving. In industry where few people wants you prosper and many doesn’t want your success. Many years ago when Morgan entertainment boss, Chief Emeka wanted to sign me to his label, someone close to me went there and tried to tarnish my image, with the notion to destroy Annjay’s success. I felt so hurt but I thank God for my life now. The same guy sees me at events and we exchange pleasantries. He can never be close to me again because I can’t forget that heartbreaking betrayal. After that ugly encounter, I stopped having friends in the industry. The Nigerian entertainment industry is something else oh but still fun,” she recalled.
On the changes she would love to see in the entertainment sector, the Ebonyi State born singer said: “It is so sad that majority of Nigerians love wack songs, but with good beats. They don’t care what the musician is singing, as long as it’s a danceable beat. So, if you’re doing good songs, Nigerians wouldn’t look your way, unless you join the trend to sing unpleasant and moral deficient lyrics. How ever, we need more ever green songs like that of Tuface Idibia, Sound Sultan, Onyeka Onwenu and the likes.”