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Side dudes worse than side chicks – Shan George

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Actress Shan George has argued side dudes are more problematic than side chicks.

In a recent post by the 51-year-old veteran on social media, she noted people keep lashing out at side chicks when in reality side dudes bring drama that is a whole lot worse.

George explained that the pressure which the side dudes assert has the ability to break their partners’ marriages faster than a side chick would have ever thought up.

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The bi-racial film producer wrote: “People yabbing side chicks, when actually na side dudes wahala worse pass. Their by force fit break person marriage faster than a side chick even thinks about such. Phewww, God save us.”

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“After Snakes, Beware Of Bisexual Nollywood Actors” – Cossy Orjiakor

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Nollywood actress, Cossy Orjiakor, has advised her followers to be wary of bisexual Nollywood men.

Newsbreak.ng reports that the busty video vixen issued this caution in a recent Instagram post.

Bisexual men feel sexual attraction towards both males and females, or to more than one gender.

“After snakes beware of bisexual Nollywood men … they see you as competition and will run you down to gain favours with the men,” Orjiakor wrote.

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“They kill you with their words.. they mess with ur income… they mess with relationships u adore .., but then you will come back a woman king .., create the jobs…Fuck them all.

“I met him on set once…Dr Paul’s set …he called me a prostitute at my back thou … he made another girl cry .. he messed with my friend too. He is a loser.

“A married man that can’t can identify as bisexual, the 2nd time I saw him in a party … I talked about my chieftancy title Iya lode of Baruwa and he can’t imagine how I can get such title. The hate is real. Not from a girl but a man not well trained by his mama. Not sad because of Arinze. But because…….Right now…..I call myself King Cossy…. Deal with it…. Fk ‘em all.”

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Nigerian Singer Shot Dead In Anambra

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Slami Ifeanyi

Slami Ifeanyi, a Nigerian Singer and songwriter,  has been shot dead in Umubere in Akwa, capital of Anambra State.

It was gathered that the Anambra-based singer was shot dead by yet-to-identified gunmen.

According to reports, the 31-year-old former Mr. Anambra Universe was driving in his newly acquired vehicle when he was attacked and killed.

A close friend of the singer who spoke about the incident alleged that the attack against the singer was targeted.

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“He was driving his new car which he bought just two weeks ago when it happened. Although we don’t know why he was attacked it looks like a targeted attack,” he said.

Slami was a Nigerian music artiste who was known for his extraordinary sound, infusion of Afro Pop, High life & RnB, which he used to amuse his audience.

Asides from singing, Slami was a model, actor, and founder of the SLAMI EMPIRE, which organized ANAMBRA GOT TALENT.

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Genevieve Nnaji Makes First Public Appearance Months After Mental Health Rumours

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Popular Nollywood diva, Genevieve Nnaji

Popular Nollywood diva, Genevieve Nnaji has made her first public appearance in months ever since rumours went around that the thespian was battling with mental health issues.

In May, it could be recalled that rumours had sparked on the internet that the actress was battling with mental health issues after she had deleted all her posts and unfollowed all accounts on her verified Instagram account. Meanwhile, the actress team later debunked the claims.

The iconic actress was spotted at the 2022 edition of the Creative African Nexus in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire where she spoke to diplomats about the importance of development in Africa’s film industries.

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The event which was held on Saturday 26th of November saw prominent individuals in attendance including English actor and singer Idris Elba; Novelist Chimamanda Adichie as well as Senator Ben Murray-Bruce.

Genevieve is one of the most prominent Nigerian actresses who has gained recognition in Africa and beyond. The thespian played a leading role in the popular movie “Lionheart” which was the first Netflix film from Nigeria and also the first movie submitted for the Oscars, unfortunately, the movie was later disqualified for having most of its dialogue in English.

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