Celebrities

This Generation Is Obsessed With Figure 8- Actress, Daniella Okeke

Popular Nollywood actress, Daniella Okeke, has taken to social media to share some piece of advice to her followers about seeking attention with their bodies. The screen diva, is unarguably known more for her voluptuous figure than for her acting skills and this, she continuously flaunts on social media unapologetically. While many people believe her eye-popping figure has earned her the attention of many, she has taken to her Instagram page to dish out some advice about people who believe physical looks are the only ways to grab attention Her post reads:  “This generation is obsessed with figure 8. You don’t have to be shaped like a coke bottle to catch attention. Your brain can catch anything, develop it.” See the post below:

Stop Being Harsh On Celebrities, We Are Humans Too – Nollywood Actress, Regina Daniels Pleads

Popular nollywood actress, Regina Daniels recently took to her Instagram page pleading to her fans and followers to stop hurting celebrities as she says they are human and they feel hurt too from the words spoken to them. In her post, she reminded the cyber-bullies of the fact that some of the celebrities might be going through pains in their homes, which no one might know of, but still the fans add more salt to their injury by trolling them every now and then. Read her post: Pls I took out one minute from my time to say this from my heart: Celebrities are human, we have feelings like every normal person, we struggled to make it in life, not everyone is born a star, its a gift from God, while some struggled and made it in life. I wasn’t born with a silver spoon, my mother and siblings stru...

Celebrities Suffer Depression Because Of Their Fake Lives – Kelly Hansome

Nigerian Singer, Kelly Hansome has revealed cause of recent series of depression stories from celebrities. Handsome speaking on his Instagram page said depression experienced by celebrities was the repercussion of their fake lives. He encouraged celebrities to stay true to themselves and live a sustainable life. He wrote: “Depression among artistes is becoming rampant. It is the repercussions of living a fake and unsustainable life, stay true to yourself. The entertainment industry has, in the past few days, been greeted with news of depression and suicidal thoughts”. Do you guys think Kelly Hansome is right to have said that  celebrities suffer depression because they live a fake life?  

Celebrities live fake lives because of fans – Nollywood Actor Saidi Balogun

NOLLYWOOD GIST: Movie producer and actor Saidi Balogun< has said that pressure to please fans has indeed pushed many celebrities into living fake lives. According to the experienced thespian, many entertainers, unable to withstand the subtle pressure, involve themselves in all sorts of unacceptable things just to keep up a good appearance. He pointed out that the only thing those in the movie industry owed fans was to always produce good works that address certain societal issues. Here’s what he said: “It is always better to be yourself. I am myself, I don’t believe in the saying that you are addressed the way you are dressed. I believe that people should be judged based on their intellectual prowess and not by their appearance. I can ride okada from Lagos to Ibadan. I belie...

5 Nollywood Actors and how far they have gone

Nollywood Community has put together this post about 5 Nollywood Actors and how far they have come. Pete Edochie, Kenneth Okonkwo, Ramsey Nouah, Richard Move Damijo, and Kanayo O Kanayo are featured in this post.

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