Self-acclaimed celebrity wife Desola Afod had a messy fight with a female troll who claimed to be pregnant for her husband.
The troll had taken a swipe at her actor husband, Kunle Afod, who is known for his cheating habit.
Mocking him, the troll claimed to be pregnant for him.
“Afod wey his dick no stay one place. We don born for ur husband”.
Desola, who was left furious at her comment, didn’t hesitate to lash out at her.
She dared the troll to use her original account to face her.
Desola vowed never to leave her husband.
“You don’t have to use a false account if you’re bold. Even if you do….. I won’t leave him”.
This isn’t the first time Desola would fight dirty with trolls.
Desola Afod knocked a troll who accused her husband of having an extramarital affair with a lady in Ibadan, Oyo state.
The troll wrote: “Why do you want to kill yourself for a man that does not LOVE you. Na only you dey love up and down. Which dirty Afod husband are you praising. That has another wife and in Ibadan and she is presently Pregnant and they both planning engagement soon you will hear the news”
Responding to the troll, Desola Afod revealed she would not leave her husband no matter the circumstances or his wrong deeds.
She wrote: Use your original account … make AFOD fuck your mama! Make every woman born for am … they will be slaves for my children and I won’t LEAVE HIM gan sef…I don’t need him to love me ..: as long as I do WE MOVE” she responded.
Desola Afod had blown hot at those spreading rumours about her marriage.
Desola Afod, who always described herself as a celebrity wife, didn’t hold back at lashing out at those wishing her marriage ill luck.
Her outburst came after faceless blogger, Gistlovers exposed the dirty things the self-acclaimed celebrity wife put up with to remain married.
Gistlover described her husband as a public toilet who was fond of sleeping with his film school students, which Desola was fully aware of.
Gistlover slammed Desola for shielding and covering her husband’s numerous affairs.
The blogger also spilt on how Desola snatched Kunle Afod from her friend at a birthday party.
The post reads,
“I never reach Kunle turn this one don dey throw shade wos wos wobi. Rutu aboko ku je ki Ori eh kope (make your head correct) your husband na public toilet even worse than Itele and him go face him warrant. All these your local caption won’t make any difference. Olorun ngbo. You wey dey do like werey wan die there. No be second wife you be ni. No be queen Oluwa born first born ni. No be for birthday you jam kunle ni. Na your friend him toast na you jump go collect number as you wan sha famz oko celeb of pikin no meet itan. Pikin go meet aroba dodo. Shey jeje ooo. You are shielding a man sleeping with his student just to give them roles this kind woman if you born girl and kunle put prick for the girl yansh you go cover am iku loma pa together forever. No be you I get issue with na Kunle. Stop doing like a razzo. Must you always show the Omo mushin in you. Take time oooo (Gentle warning). I come in peace”.
Reacting to it, Desola Afod shared a loved-up video with her husband.
Offering a sweet prayer for her haters, she wished them double of what they wished for her.
“May God give you double what you wish for me”.
Stamping her grounds to remain committed to her husband for life, Desola did a loved-up video peppering haters of her relationship.
The celebrity wife used the opportunity to make a lifetime promise to her man.
“I want a lifetime with you cos I’m better because of you. Thanks for being supportive Baba mi”.
We’ll bring Hollywood-standard movies, animation to Africa – Filmmaker, William Derek
Maxxuniversal, a leading Visual Effects (VFX) studio founded in Lagos, Nigeria, is making waves in the world of 3D animations, high-quality motion graphics, and special effects for movies and commercials. With a passion for excellence and a commitment to raising the bar in visual effects, Maxxuniversal is reshaping the landscape of the Nollywood industry.
In a recent interview, Derek, the visionary CEO and Lead VFX Supervisor/Compositor of Maxxuniversal, shed light on the company’s unique offerings and its significant contributions to the Nollywood industry. “At Maxxuniversal, we take pride in our reputation as a reliable and professional VFX studio, setting us apart from our competitors,” stated Derek.
When asked about the driving force behind becoming an entrepreneur, Derek affirmed, “It’s all about passion. We are fueled by the desire to bring Hollywood-standard movies and animation studios to Africa, setting new industry standards for visual effects.”
Derek emphasized Maxxuniversal’s collaborative efforts with larger studios and its substantial contributions to the Nollywood industry. “We have partnered with renowned studios and played a pivotal role as a VFX studio, making significant contributions to the Nollywood industry,” highlighted Derek.
Regarding the company’s unique standing in the market, Derek confidently asserted, “We stand at 5 out of 10 in terms of reliability and professionalism. Our portfolio speaks volumes about the quality of our work and our unwavering commitment to delivering top-notch visual effects.”
When discussing inspiration and creative processes, Derek shared, “Our inspiration lies in bringing Hollywood-standard movies and animation studios to Africa. We envision a future where Maxxuniversal is synonymous with excellence in visual effects, setting new industry standards.”
Maxxuniversal has cultivated partnerships with renowned studios such as Greoh Studios and FilmTrybe, contributing to the visual effects of notable projects like “Gang of Lagos,” “Brotherhood,” “Ponzi,” “Dwindle,” and “Soole.” The studio’s collaboration on prominent TV commercials further solidifies its impact on the industry.
Maxxuniversal continues to push boundaries and expand the horizons of visual effects in the Nollywood industry. With a focus on reliability, professionalism, and Hollywood-standard visual effects, the studio is poised to take the industry by storm and establish new benchmarks for excellence.
Enugu CP Assures On Security As Nollywood Producers Tour Film Facilities, Locations
The Commissioner of Police, Enugu State Command, Mr. Anayo Uzuegbu, has assured the Nollywood industry of security in line with Dr. Peter Mbah administration’s determination to make Enugu the premier destination for business, investment, tourism, and living.
The CP gave the assurance when Nollywood producers led by the Chairman of the Enugu State Tourism Board paid him a courtesy visit in the course of their tour of film-shooting facilities and locations in the state.
“I can assure you that the security concerns have been seriously dealt with due to the support given to the State Police Command and other security agencies by the current administration to rid Enugu State of criminal elements. That is the crackdown on crime and criminality you must have been reading in the papers.
“I was also opportune to launch the pilot scheme of the Distress Response Squad last August. The full complements of the DRS, which is being set up by the governor, will comprise well over hundred hi-tech patrol vehicles with security surveillance cameras capable of facial and number plate recognition. From the Command and Control Centre, which the government has almost completed, we will monitor the entire state and be able to deploy security resourses to preempt and solve crimes with ease at the speed of light”, he stated.
Also speaking when he took the Nollywood producers and the State Tourism Board on a tour of the facilities of the Enugu State Television (ETV), including the studios, the Managing Director of the Enugu State Broadcasting Service, ESBS, Mr. Ladi Akeredolu-Ale, assured of the readiness of the organisation to partner with the Nollywood through the provision of quality studios and sets for movie productions.
He said the Mbah administration was determined to turn around the facilities in line with the government’s policy to convert the state’s dormant assets to productive assets.
Meanwhile, the Executive Chairman of the State Tourism Board, Dame Rita Mbah, said the tour, which took the Nollywood producers to other locations like the Nike Lake Resort, Ezeagu cave, waterfall and lake, Enugu Unity Park, and the historic state secretariat complex, among others, was part of the build-up to not only restore the state’s position as the home of Nollywood, but also the Nigerian creative industry in line with Governor Mbah’s $30 billion economy target.
“We all know the worth of the Nollywood and the potential of the creative industry, which is one of the key sectors to drive this expected $30 billion growth target
“If you check the governor’s manifesto, he has plans to build the Enugu Films and Movies Academy for training and upskilling our people in various aspects of the film industry. He plans to build the Enugu Film City that will compete with the best in the world. That is how serious he is about this aspect of the creative industry.
“For a start, we want to ensure that Nollywood returns to their home, Enugu State; and they have seen our facilities and locations. They have seen government policies and programmes and what the governor is doing with infrastructure, security, and other enablers. They are highly impressed and encouraged”, she stated.
Pat On The Back As ‘Madam Koi-Koi’ Hits Netflix
By Sewedo Nupowaku
I would like to congratulate my friends and collaborators, Jay Franklyn Jituboh and Michael W. Ndiomu with their crew, including my kinsman, Saveo Viyon , on the premiere of their horror thriller, The Origin: Madam Koi-Koi, on Netflix, this very day of All Hallows Eve.
It has been, as they say, a long time coming.
I met Jay during the 2015 Lagos ComicCon and since then, he has helped found a daring, thriving audio-visual studio in the heart of Lagos. Mike, a feisty, fiercely motivated, thundering typhoon of a man, was an accomplished investment banker before deciding to join Nollywood. Where Jay persuades, Michael pulverizes. And between our grey-flecked, writer/director Tintin and our hard-going Niger-Delta Captain Haddock,, another blistering barnacle of a movie has been made, one that seeks, in it’s own way, to advance Nollywood’s current adventure in global recognition waters.
Madam Koi-Koi (or Lady Koi-Koi in some other parts of Africa) is an urban legend, up there with the satanically sniveling Bush Babies, luring unsuspecting, sympathetic victims into the woods with their hypnotic bawling or The Oni Gom’gom, a Yoruba Bogeyman, out to visit and victimize kids who dare to remain awake past their bedtimes. And then, there are the Karishika and Mami Wata stories.
The trans-continental story of Koi Koi is rather tragic but a popular version is one that revolves around an avenging ghost that announces its presence with the cold, creepy, clickety-clacking of her dainty shoes, the very ones she was murdered in. The story goes that she walks the earth, a violent, vigilante of vengeance, dishing out comeuppance to souls with evil motivation and machinations, and presumably, as she was a teacher when she was alive, haunt the halls of delinquent boarding school students.
I attended boarding school and as I watched the story unfold at the screening organized yesterday at the Filmhouse cinema at Landmark Centre,6 memories, both hilarious and harrowing, came flooding back. The movie itself explores how our society treats the weak and the vulnerable and how people will resort to unconventional and often unpredictable means to seek redress once constituted authority is unable to provide necessary justice. The cinematography is deliciously haunting, the score is well-appointed. Jude Chukwuka grounds the bizarre goings-on with his trademark gravitas, Ireti Doyle tries her valiant best with her Yoruba and the relative new comers shine. Especially Chuks Joseph. I believe the movie will rack up a lot of engagement across Africa for the antecedents of the subject alone, never mind the nostalgia factor that should bring in older folks with the younger demographic.
Speaking of nostalgia, younger viewers should6 be pleased to know that Nigerians used to have a healthy appetite for scary movies. From the sombre music and supernatural magic of Ogunde’s epics to the delightful dread of acclaimed television movies and series as Jimi Odumosu ‘s relentlessly bleak Evil Encounter to Tade Ogidan’s Reign of Abiku and NTA’s scarefests- Pot of Life, Lynx and Wily Wily, our producers did their best at horror thrillers. Alas, the real life horror of the country’s economy happened. And those sort of fare weren’t fun anymore.
But it seems the good times are gradually coming back. Horror movies are in Blum! At least, on Netflix, they continue to be in rude health at the moment. Jason Blum, James Wan, Mike Flanagan…all doing the Lord’s work. The Fall of the House of Usher, a superbly made ‘Nollywood’ series, has,6 been a particular standout, this year. And now, my boys here have joined the fray. Jay and Not-So-Silent Mike intend to create their own universe around these urban legends by crafting origin stories for them. The three of us have collaborated on a film story, going before the cameras shortly and it is very likely, the scary sequels might be next. We eatin’ good.
Go watch The Origin: Madam Koi-Koi now! The first part drops today and the explosive conclusion berths a week after. Let me know what you think. Happy Halloween. Heh.
**Nupowaku, a stakeholder in the film industry, is the Chuef Creative Officer at RevolutionnMedia
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