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It is improper for a woman to be jobless -Oge Okoye

Nollywood star, Oge Okoye, has kicked against women who prefer to be full housewives, saying it is not proper.

The actress said she likes women taking up jobs to cater for their family and said she is used to such lifestyle.

“I am used to it and I am a hard working girl. I don’t believe in women just sitting down there and doing nothing. I do my movie and take care of my kids as well. You don’t let your business image interfere with your home.”

Recalling her struggling days in the acting world, the actress disclosed that her late father never supported her because of his views about actors. “They didn’t really let me go, especially my father. He said acting was for the never do well but that was what I really wanted. But when he died in 2000, I decided to go ahead with it and my mum was in support,” she said.

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I’m not jealous of vector — MI Abaga

Over the weekend, rapper, Vector tha Viper was in the news after he did a freestyle rap for about two hours on a live radio.

The feat was cheered by many music pundits and followers and some others asked another rapper, MI Abaga on his opinion on Vector’s exploit. But MI Abaga claimed he writes better than Vector.

In his actual words, “Vector might be the best freestyler we have. I’m not bad either though. But I think I’m better writer than freestyler.”

While comments continued to pour in for Vector, MI Abaga has said he has no time to start a beef with his colleague.

He said, “I think people are so hungry for beef. Real beef is born of jealousy and unfortunately I have no one or reason to be jealous.”

 

Motherhood excites Nadia Buari

Ghanaian actress, Nadia Buari, has been shuttling from one movie location to another, but despite her busy schedules, she has not failed to play her role as a good mother to her children, which she welcomed not too long ago.

Nadia disclosed that she is very excite being a mother because she has now experienced the blessing attached to being a mum.

According to her, “My heart is so filled with gratitude. Motherhood is such a glorious blessing and I am very thankful for that. It is such a beautiful experience; it bliss, love and fulfilment of another level.”

The actress has been busy giving the best to her twin children; lavishing them with different items growing babies love.

 

I dress wild to get noticed — Carol Okere

Veteran Nollywood actress, Carol Okeke, has sounded it loud to those who care to listen that she is fully back into the profession that gave her fame and made her endeared to her acting prowess.

The actress had gone underground sometimes ago and her whereabouts became something of discuss in some quarters. She had gone missing in the scene due to a health challenge. But as you read this, she is back on her feet and is even running her boutique business located somewhere in Surulere, Lagos.

Carol explained that the illness that struck her made her to call it quit with alcohol. “I used to like scotch on the rocks and a little whiskey, but I stopped drinking, because of illness.”

In an interview Sun newspaper, the actress also said, “I dress wild. I like wild and shouting outfits that make me stand out at any occasion. I like standing out and being noticed at any occasion.”

 

My aspiration was to be a rap artist- DJ Jimmy Jatt

DJ Jimmy Jatt has been in the entertainment industry for over 26 years, he has been one of the major influence of the DJ culture in Nigeria. On this episode of My Africa Podcast, Jimmy takes us back in time to the beginning of his career.

Influenced by the music his parents listened to and his relationship with his brothers, the DJ revealed his ambitions as a teenager. He said: “My aspiration was to be a rap artist.

“I made a few demo tapes but I think my demo tapes came a bit early for Nigeria”, he added. 

The talent born as Jimmy Adewale Amu shares how he got his name and became a DJ on the show. Sit back and listen as DJ Jimmy Jatt takes you on a musical journey from the 80s to present.

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