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Adeniyi Johnson reacts as blogger set to unveil dirty secrets about his wife (Video)

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Nollywood actor and producer Adeniyi Johnson has broken silence on a post shared online by a controversial blogger threatening to unveil his wife’s secrets.

The controversial Instagram blogger Gist Lovers threatened to disclose Adeniyi Johnson’s wife, Seyi Edun’s secrets.

The blogger shared Seyi Edun’s photo on her page using her signature style to announce that a big secret is about to be disclosed.

She wrote: Hello tueh tueh
I come in peace, details later
igi ewedu oni wo pawa ooo

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Reacting to this update, Adeniyi Johnson took to his Instagram page to share a video of himself addressing the photo of his wife that has gone viral on the internet.

The actor condemned those who tagged and messaged him about the post, stating they are all looking for his marital downfall, which will never happen.

Adeniyi Johnson urged his haters to concentrate on their life rather than trying to interfere in other people’s affairs.

Kemi Filani recalls that Adeniyi Jonshon shocked many by publicly apologizing to his wife, Seyi Edun, on social media.

Although the actor the not disclose the worrying issue between them, he only stated that he was sorry to disappoint his wife and family.

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He said, “Goodmorning everyone. Alot of people have called and told me not to put my mouth in what is going on online. I am sorry to disappoint alot of my people, my friends and family that I am doing this especially my wife. I apologize for coming online to do this but I have to do this. I have to interfere because it is in my hands that the solution is”.

 

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Why vitamin N is a prerequisite for success [Video]

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Vitamin N, which means the ability to say No to yourself is very essential for success. The reason is stated in the video below:

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Chioma Nnadi makes history as first black female head of British Vogue

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Fashion editor and podcaster Chioma Nnadi has been named as the new head of editorial content at British Vogue, becoming the first black female head of the industry-leading fashion publication.

The 44-year-old is set to succeed Edward Enninful as the editor of British Vogue but her title will be Head of Editorial Content, unlike previous editors who were described as Editor-in-Chief.

Nnadi posted on Instagram: “I’m so thrilled to announce that I’m the new head of editorial content for @britishvogue. Huge thanks to Anna Wintour, @edward_enninful, and Roger Lynch for giving me this opportunity.

“I’m truly honoured and so excited to be coming home. Stay tuned!”

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As editor of New York-based Vogue.com, with recent cover stories have featured stars such as Rihanna, Cara Delevingne and Erykah Badu, Nnadi spent 13 years as a writer and news director for Vogue, and also co-hosts the publication’s podcast, The Run-Through.

“As someone who was born and raised in London, the energy of the city — its boundary-pushing style and creative scene — has shaped the way I look at the world,” Nnadi said in a statement on Monday, in the middle of London Fashion Week.

“Now, more than ever, it feels like a moment to look beyond borders while also celebrating the broad scope of what it means to be British,” she added of her return to her hometown.

“I’m looking forward to engaging a loyal and inspired digital community that is energised by our access, point of view, and storytelling.”

Anna Wintour, Vogue’s chief content officer and global editorial director, who inspired Meryl Streep’s character in the film The Devil Wears Prada, said Nnadi was “beloved among her colleagues” and “an editor and writer with an impeccable reputation — both here and in the fashion industry at large”.

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Enninful will remain as an editorial adviser to the UK title but move into a newly-created job next year aimed at growing the brand globally.

Born to a Nigerian father and Swiss-German mother, Nnadi worked at magazines Trace and The Fader as well as Evening Standard’s features desk before joining Vogue in 2010.

Her new job will commence from October 9.

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When Nollywood Celebrates FilmHouse Czar, Moses Babatope @ 40

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All roads led to The Podium events place in Lekki, Lagos, on the night of Friday August 25th when the cream de la cream in the movies and media industry trooped out to celebrate one of their own.

It was the 40th anniversary of the gentleman that family and friends call Muyiwa but whom the generality of the creative and technical stakeholders in Nollywood simply cherish as Moses Babatope.

It’s impossible not to acknowledge the immense contribution of this suave, debonair and business savvy gentleman in Nigerian cinema since he returned to the country from the United Kingdom where he was was educated in Banking and Finance for his first degree and International Finance for his Master’s.

Several friends, colleagues abd well-wishers spoke glowingly of his passion for the industry, his humility and generosity, since his days as a young film buff that assisted in getting many Nollywood films screened at Odeon Cinena, in Surrey Quays, London.

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They also applaud his exemplary career as co-helmsman at FilmOne/FilmHouse/Imax group.

The birthday dinner was sumptuous. The documentary clip about the celebrant was revealing. Music was awesome and the afterparty was as classy as it was sassy.

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