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There are no roles that I cannot accept, Chioma Blessing

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After three years, actress and model Chioma Blessing has said no role is too big, small, or controversial for her to accept.

The indigene of Isiala Mbano LGA, Imo State and Entrepreneurship graduate says she gets excited whenever she gets roles and enjoys acting with other veterans who make her job easy.

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On her most challenging roles she says; “My major challenge is just to make out time for my movie career and business at the same time and to me, no role is most challenging but I can say acting the role of a wicked wife in one of my flicks is tough but I did it and it went well. There are no roles I cannot accept.”

Blessing, however, confessed that life as an actress is not easy as there are expectations, and acting as a career is demanding and stressful adding that she admires Genevieve Nnaji, and Regina Daniels and looking forward to the nearest future to working with Genevieve and Nancy Isime.

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“For the first time in my entire career, I felt free” – Yemi Alade gushes as she performs without makeup (Video)

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The Johnny crooner who performed yesterday in Belgium reflects on the internal freedom she felt performing without body and facial enhancement. yemi alade

Taking to Instagram, Yemi Alade, emphasized the liberation that came with such courage despite the fact that it came unplanned.

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“For the first time in my entire career, I went on stage with No makeup, Costum Attire, no pre-stage photo-up ! It wasn’t my plan in the beginning but I Have never felt so Uninhibited, musically unhinged! A freaking Rockstar! Thank you Brussels! I’m thirsty for more,” she wrote. yemi alade no makeup

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Are you a lesbian or ashewo – Actress Rahman Sadau gets queried over her leg chain

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Kannywood actress Rahama Sadau has been queried after she replied an internet troll who asked for explanation over the leg chain she wore.

A Twitter user identified as simply ‘Anonymous’, shared a photo of the actress posing with her colleague, Gabriel Afolayan.

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The user drew an arrow towards her leg and asked for explanation over the chain on her leg.

“Can someone help me explain’, he wrote.

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In no time, Rahman Sadau replied telling him that she is wearing an expensive real gold chain. ‘

“Hello Anonymous, that’s an expensive REAL GOLD hope that answers your question.” She wrote.

After she shared the post, other commenters reacted, while some claimed it is against the Islam religion, one queried her asking her if she is a lesbian or a prostitute as only such people wear leg chains.

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He dared me, the rest is history, Ogogo narrates fight with fan (Video)

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Veteran Nollywood actor, Taiwo Hassan, popularly known as Ogogo, has opened up on the circumstances that led to a fight between him and a fan on the streets of of Ilaro, Ogun state.

A video had gone viral online showing the actor engaging in a brawl with an unidentified man in the midst of a crowd, and afterwards getting into his car and driving away from the scene.

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In reacting to the incident, Ogogo took to his Instagram page on Friday, June 24, 2022, to tell his own side of the story.

The action man, who was once a boxer, said he visited his hometown of Ilaro for a project inspection when some unknown fans approached him and demanded for money.

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He said after parting with all the money he had on him, a greedy fan demanded for more and dragged his native attire ‘agbada’ in the process which resulted in his reaction.

Infuriated by the harassment, Ogogo engaged in a fisticuffs with the fan after he dared him to do his worst.

Narrating wha happened, the actor said, “Before bloggers pick this up, let me tell my side of the story and the truth.”

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He added, “I was in Ilaro, my own home town, for an inspection of a project, after which some unknown guys walked up to me for the normal appraisals. ‘We watch your movie’, ‘give up money, ‘We watched you all through our childhood’…All these as an actor we hear everyday.

“I offered all I had on me and one of them dragged me by my Agbada and demanded for an amount I can’t pay. I asked him to leave me, he said, ‘Do your worse’. The rest is story.”

“Do you pay anyone for doing your job? No. It’s our job too. Accept all we offer when we do. Remember, once a boxer, always a boxer,” he wrote.

Ogogo began his acting career in 1981, shortly after starting work as a mechanic. In 1994 he left his job at the water corporation to concentrate on acting.

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