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BBNaija 2018: K-Brule fires back at Ben Bruce

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Big Brother Naija 2018 ex-housemate, K-Brule, has replied a comment about Nollywood by Ben Murray Bruce, Senator representing Bayelsa East.

On Twitter, Bruce, a media mogul, had advised the Nigerian film industry to take a cue from the success of box office record-breaking movie, Black Panther.

He wrote: “The movie #BlackPanther has just hit the $1 billion mark and is still growing. This is an almost entirely all Black movie.

“It shows the potential that Black movies have including and especially Nollywood movies.

“What Black Panther has done, Nollywood can and should do.”

Replying, K-Brule stated that Nollybwood was doing its best but needs support.

He tweeted: “No sir, they spent hundred of millions making it. Our country barely pays actors 10k a day.

“Help us fix our economy. Imagine we invest that 40 something million (dollars) found at Ikoyi in a movie?

“I’m sure the producers would still embezzle. I cry for my country”.

K-brule and Khloe had been disqualified after receiving three strikes for provocation.

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I can confidently say I hardly have sex — Popular actress

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Beautiful Nollywood Actress, Moyo Lawal has declared that she hardly go down with the opposite sex, and she can confidently say it anywhere, whereever she goes.
Taking to her page, she shared the below:
“Yet everyday , there is one new babymama
……….. ……… ……. ….. …….. ..,……. . Please nobody should just push me to really start to have a bad lifestyle ………. ……… ……. … ……… As if you can handle it , if I actually start to have a bad lifestyle ….mscheeeew ….. Awon hypocrites oshi …… …… …….. …… ….P.s for a grown woman that is as hot (pepper hot ) …….. as I am ….. I have an amazing decent lifestyle …. So let me rest …..#ML”
A Few months back, Moyo shared nude photos of herself on social media.. But she was immediately attacked and criticized by her fans on social media, and was quick to apologize.
While apologizing for letting some people down, she wrote:
“My apologies to everyone who felt, I let them down by ‘explaining and comparing’ but you see, I’m in a business of creating Illusions and it gladdens my professional heart that I do it so well, majority believes whatever illusion I create.
“But at the end of the day, am an African woman who hasn’t forgotten her culture, and one who surprising also happens to be very reserved and conservative at heart.
“So you see, it is only natural that you will see the struggle between both sides of me for as long as I remain an entertainer.
“Now this is not to say that I have any apologies about my work because the camera is my lover and I will do literally anything for him.
“However it is important to me that some people are able to understand ‘That Fact’ without getting carried away with the razzmatazz.”

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I spent 500 million on Linda Ikeji TV — Linda Ikeji Reveals

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Billionaire Blogger, Linda Ikeji, a few days ago launched her online TV, which has apparently, continued to grow by the day.
In a new interview with Business Insider, the soon to be mom, talked about building the online TV and all that it cost her.
Read excerpts from the interview below;
Business Insider (BI): You’ve finally launched your own streaming platform. How does this make you feel?
Linda Ikeji (LI): Seeing your dream come to reality is one of the best feelings in the world. I look at it and think to myself, “What? We finally did it.” This is something I have always wanted to do, probably since I was 11. I didn’t dream this big, I dreamt of working in TV either as a producer or a presenter. I just wanted to be in the media and TV space.
So, getting to this point where I can own an online TV platform is one of the best feelings in the world.
When we first launched, people bombarded our site, subscribing and commenting on shows I was part of 100 percent. It’s an amazing feeling to see people finally view what we have done and commend us like this.
BI: How many shows do you have on the platform?
LI: So far, we have 10 reality shows and 21 TV shows. More content is on the way. What we currently have is just one percent of what we want to produce. We just wanted to launch so people can see some of what we’ve produced so far.
Right now, some of my staff are already on different locations, producing more shows, because we plan to have much more.
BI: How long did it take to put the shows together?
LI: We’ve been working on these shows actively since June 2017. I had to understand that I was a novice producer but I am not a novice at putting things together. As a producer, I was learning on the job. So, we made some mistakes. We hired a few people who didn’t know what they were doing and we had to bring in more professionals. We have gotten it right now. But, that’s why it took us that long to put the shows together. There are over 35 shows. One year is not a bad time to produce that amount of content.
BI: Take us through the process of creating the platform.
LI: Thinking about what equipment to buy and what to replace was hectic, but I fully enjoyed the creative process. I like sitting down with my producers, going through ideas, and going over scripts – I wrote some of the scripts for the shows. I came up with 90% of the titles on the platform. I always argue with my head of programming. I say, “I don’t know how to carry cameras and lights, but when it comes to ideas, I am very creative.”
I think being a blogger for the last 11 years has helped me understand what people really want to watch. Using data from my blog, I see what people want to read and I see that the serious stuff is not as appealing to the youth as the mundane stuff, content about Bobrisky and the lighthearted things that will just make them laugh. They love drama, controversy, and gossip. So when you know who your target audience is, you create content for them.
However, I am not just creating content for young people. On the site, you have “I Survive,”which is for everybody. It’s a show about people who have survived the most heartbreaking moments and they are still standing. Even Betty Irabor is on one of the shows where she comes to inspire people going through all kinds of issues. We have “The Black Room,” which is a sexual show, so it’s not for children.
When you’re putting something together, you have to understand who your target audience is and I knew the people I was targeting. So, probably 70% of our content was targeted at young people and the other 30% for a more mature audience. I haven’t done anything for kids. I am thinking about it, I don’t know if I should, because a lot of the stuff coming is too x-rated to be on the same platform.
BI: How much did it cost you to set this up?
LI: About half a billion naira. We have so many equipment – that’s how we were able to do multiple shoots. We have a lot of cameramen, presenters, sound technicians.

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Olamide gives reasons why he can’t help humans for now

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Singer Olamide Adedeji AKA Baddosneh has got many people talking on social media with a post he just shared on his Instagram page.
Olamide shared a photo with a questionable caption ;
Oyinbo say Selfishness is the beggining of sledgehammer. A cheerful giver cannot have akojor. If not dangote go done share all him money give us to solve Nigeria problem, but human needs are endless. Taink You!
I de go hustle my own bah …. I done go
Some of his fans were surprised at these words and one said ; remember we rise by lifting others…
Olamide replied ; Arise o compatriot! My garri never rise finish abeg i go join that club later when i hammer

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