Di’Ja, Mavin artiste, has announced the birth of her second child, describing herself as the “happiest woman alive”.
Born Hadiza Blell, Di’Ja is a singer, visual artist and songwriter.
In an Instagram post on Monday, Di’Ja said her daughter was born on Friday.
She wrote: “Wow I now have two children now (a boy and a girl). Alhamdullilah. Ubangiji Allah sai Godiya.
I’m the happiest woman alive. God bless my husband, mother, father, and my brother and his family.. heck my whole family.
“My daughter came on 9th March 2018. Thanking everyone that has been there and been private with us.
Have to thank @paul_gambit for shooting me heavily pregnant on the way you are #gbadun you music video (some will go and watch it again.)
The singer also disclosed that she was pregnant while working on her EP, her first since signing to the Mavin Records label.
She wrote: “Thanks to the amazing styling of @funmi_fagbemi And @juongerald. My Mavin family for their undying support and helping a pregnant lady finish her EP #Aphrodija and most of all my amazing family full of friends and support system.
“To think I was in labour on the 8th of March while doing a photoshoot with @michaeltubescreations and didn’t know. Women are truly amazing. I cannot wait for what is in store. Allahu Akbar.”
After almost four years at Mavin, Di’Ja released her first project, a seven-track EP, in December 2017.
You can’t make it in Nollywood if you’re not a prostitute – Filmaker Pascal Atuma
Pascal Atuma, an actor and movie director, says one has to be “a prostitute or semi-prostitute” to be successful in the Nigerian movie industry.
Atuma said Nollywood is “controlled by pimps” and that upcoming actors and filmmakers should not be deceived by the glamorous lifestyles they see from the outside.
“If you are not a full time or semi-prostitute, you will not make it in Nollywood,” Atuma told TheCable Lifestyle.
“Our ladies are using what they have to get what they want. Even some of the guys who can use their a** are the ones making it in Nollywood.
“I am being very real here and they make it look as if they are doing well but they are not, they are suffering.
“Let’s stop deceiving the younger ones by keeping it real. We have to let the younger ones know how it is and what it is.”
The director of ‘My American Nurse’ dared anyone to challenge him on his comment, saying he’s ready to debate a contrary opinion.
He said: “ Pascal Atuma is my name and I am saying it the way it is and that’s the truth.
“If you want to challenge me on this, please come and do it on any national television in Nigeria or anywhere. I am even ready to pay for the challenge.
“The biggest boys in the industry know that I am saying the truth. I am saying the truth and there’s nothing anyone of them can do to affect my career, they can’t employ me.”
Apart from being an actor and director, Atuma is also a screenwriter and comedian.
As a director, he has helmed productions such as ‘Who Is the Man?’ and ‘Okoto the Messenger’.
He has starred in ‘Through the Glass’, ‘The Other Side of Love’, ‘Faithfulness’ and ‘Secret Past’.
New photo of Genevieve Nnaji will certainly put a smile on your face
You know how just seeing a really cute photo of someone you love or admire tickles you and you smile or chuckle? Yeah? that’s what this new photo of Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji is doing to us.
The lovely looked quite beautiful in a recent photo she shared on her Instagram page – donning a Louis Vuitton floral top paired with a burgundy jacket, the lovely had her hair plaited with wool and finished off with a couple of rings and a simple stud earring.
This lady defines class y’all! Such a beauty to behold!
“I was wrong and out of line” – Toyin Abraham addresses feud with Mercy Aigbe.
Nollywood actress, Toyin Aimakhu has yet again addressed the issue she had a while ago with fellow actress, Mercy Aigbe.
It should be recalled that the actress called the latter out some weeks back, claiming she caused her first marriage to end in divorce.
Addressing the issue, Toyin said it was a blip on her part and has since reached out to the mother of two.
Post Comment I am a product of grace. Even in my deepest moments of “mess-up” and deepest hole of hell, God found me and gave me a second chance and aligned my path with grace. Do I mess up sometimes? Yes. Like the Mercy Aigbe’s blip, it was an error in judgment on my part. I was wrong and way out of line. I’ve since reached out to Mercy and we have sorted our differences. today, we still had cause to communicate. I am truly sorry.. It is time to focus on the goal and move on to something better than the past and the present.
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