Nigerian filmmaker Kemi Adetiba and the casts of the newly produced movie ‘King of Boys 2’ (KOB) have been highly thrilled since its declaration to air on the popular online app visuals known as Netflix.
Sharing a photo of the advert on a billboard, she recounted how she fell sick seven months before the production of KOB 2 and had to work her ass off to make it work.
Speaking further, she mentioned filmmaking is not as easy as it seems to be on screen. However, without leaving any stone unturned, she appreciated all that have participated in making the movie a success.
If I’ve ever shown bravado on this app, please ignore. I CRIED ugly, happy tears this morning. I’m talking snorting dripping, happy tears. I then got on a twenty minute video call with @solasobowale and we both cried together. This is what dreams are made off. A lot of work has gone into this.
After almost dying last year, and moving straight from the hospital (after being sick for almost 7 months) to the KOB 2 set only six weeks later… This moment feels like a dream that almost didn’t happen. That the devil tried to steal.
Filmmaking is one of the hardest occupations. Don’t let anyone tell you different. Even the guy wrangling cables on set sees PEPPER. But moments like this make it all worth it.
I’m grateful to the ENTIRE KOB 2 production FAMILY. I love you guys more than you know. This is US!!
Thank you to the amazingly talented actors that gave us their talent to keep safe for them housed in a film. I pray we did you justice, and never let you down.
Our legal teams – @oalnigeria (Amaka Onyejianya) and @punukaattorneys (Isioma Idigbe-Agba)
And finally… Thank You, @naijaonnetflix @netflix for not only pushing us for greatness, but also teaching us so many things needed to elevate to the next level. Ben, Dorothy, Funmi, Sarah, Kirsty, Leo, Paul and so so many other members of the team that have dedicated all to make sure this title pushes out BIG.
Ladies and gentlemen… It’s officially the moment you’ve been waiting for… ARE YOU READY???? #LaburuIsComing
Activate your NETLFIX subscriptions NOW!!!!
“King Of Boys 2” is written, produced, and directed by Kemi Adetiba, starring Sola Sobowale, Remilekun “Reminisce” Safaru, iLLBliss, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Nse Ikpe Etim, Efa Iwara, Toni Tones, Jide Kosoko, Osas Ighodaro and more.
A clash between some military officers and union members and traders at the Aguiyi Ironsi International Trade Centre, in the Paramo area of Ladipo Market, Lagos State, on Tuesday had led to the death of one businessman, identified only as Felix, aka Tiger, and two other yet-to-be-identified traders.
According to reports, the clash happened after a military officer and his orderly visited the market on Tuesday to change the spare part he bought from a trader.
On their way out, some union members, who were at the entrance of the market, reportedly demanded payment of N200 from them for gate pass.
It was learnt that the request infuriated the military men and in the process, an argument ensued between them and the union members.
‘Never think you have to impress to be noticed’ Actress Debbie Shokoya educates people with low self-esteem
Yoruba star actress Debbie Shokoya has taken to social media to educate those with low self-esteem.
According to the actress, low self-esteem should not think they have to impress to be noticed or need to please people to be in their good book.
Sharing a video on Instagram, she has advised these sets of people to start believing in themselves, most importantly love themselves and discover their greatness in life.
Never Think You Are Not Enough!!👍
Never Think You Have To Impress To Be Noticed!!👍
Never Think You Need Someone To Believe In You Before You Get A Breakthrough!!👍
Never Think You Have To Be Silence, So As To Be Loved😊
Never Think You Have To Please People, Just To Be In Their Good Book!!😊
Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham has advised her fans and followers to be purposive about their lives, hoping that their dream will always be valid as long as they live.
In a post shared on Instagram, Toyin Abraham said a person should realise that the turning point that they have been waiting for is not for others to believe them, but they should believe in themselves.
Toyin Abraham adds that people should trust themselves more than they doubt themselves so that doubt will not rob them of the opportunities they need towards achieving their dreams.
According to Toyin Abraham, people should learn to persevere more when they feel the urge to quit and stay joyful.
She wrote: Today, I hope you pursue life...