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How I stopped some actresses from doing cosmetic surgery —Gloria Young

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Veteran actress, Gloria Young, is of the opinion that women who undergo cosmetic surgery to achieve a curvy look do so to impress others.

In an interview with Saturday Beats, she said, “They are trying to impress others. I don’t understand what they mean by ‘they are doing it for themselves’. If a woman loves herself, she will stick to what God gave to her and make the best out of it. Dress appropriately. I have actually stopped a few of my colleagues from ‘going under the knife’. It is totally wrong. It will become a habit which will be hard to stop. Also, it is money going down the drain which could be used for something else. There are many hungry people out there, yet these women are using that money to give themselves extra butt. That is their business anyway.”

Responding to a question on actresses who ‘work’ on their bodies to boost their careers, Young said, “I have always been a big person and it has never stopped me from working. I am still working on my weight because of my health. I may be getting more elderly women’s roles now but it is because I am not a small girl. In this day and age, people must realise that there are roles for everybody. But, we are in the glamour age where everyone wants to look slim.

“The camera has to like the actress, including the producers and directors. So, it may seem like they prefer slimmer people. However, one also needs to be talented to stay up there (in their career). It is not just about looks but also what one can deliver.”

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Speaking on the criticisms that some entertainers have got for campaigning for politicians in the forthcoming elections, the actress said, “I really don’t want to talk about politics. I feel if I veer towards a particular side, I have a social responsibility to my fans. The only thing I can say to people who watch me and love my work is that they should get their permanent voter’s cards, and be sure of who they are voting for.”

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Filmmaker Daniel Ademinokan enters third marriage with Tope Oshin

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In a private ceremony that has stirred a buzz in the entertainment industry, acclaimed filmmaker Daniel Ademinokan has exchanged vows for the third time, taking Tope Oshin as his bride. The renowned movie director, who was previously married to actress Doris Simon and later to another well-known actress, Stella Damasus, has embarked on a new chapter in his romantic journey.

Ademinokan’s initial marriage to Doris Simon marked a significant chapter in his personal life, followed by a subsequent union with Stella Damasus. The latter marriage, however, concluded in 2020, bringing an end to their six years union.

The latest development comes amidst a flurry of congratulatory messages from well-wishers within the entertainment sphere. Daniel Ademinokan and Tope Oshin have managed to keep details of their relationship discreet, heightening anticipation and intrigue surrounding their newly formed marital alliance.

As fans and industry insiders extend their best wishes to the couple, the spotlight on Daniel Ademinokan’s personal life continues to captivate audiences, making his matrimonial journey a topic of interest and discussion within the entertainment community.

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[Video] Did you know that cars are never turned off at the coldest city in the world?

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Did you know that cars are never turned off at the coldest city in the world?

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Pastor Kingsley warns against desperate marriage decision

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Nigerian cleric and relationship coach, Pastor Kingsley Okonkwo has revealed that some women place their marriage above God.

Okonkwo, who is famous for his opinions on relationships and marriages, revealed that some women’s utmost priority is marriage to the extent that it is placed even above God and their wellbeing.

He emphasised that personal fulfillment in marriage can only come when a woman first discover delight in her single life.

Using the biblical account of Esau, Pastor Kingsley warned against desperate decisions.

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He wrote:

“Some women place marriage above God, above their own well-being and even that of their unborn children.

“Anything done in desperation never births something good …ask Esau. Ladies one of the major steps to being happily married is being happily single.”

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