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I Am Now A Scapegoat For Representing The Street – Terry G

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Gabriel Oche Amanyi, aka Terry G, since hitting the spotlight has swam in his fair share of controversies.

In a new chat with Sunday Scoop, the singer said all the mistakes made were during his younger years and he has greatly learnt from them.

He said;

“I do not like controversies. I was only a victim of controversies. All that I have done in the past that made me controversial were mistakes anyone could commit. I am still paying the price for my past. I did certain things I can never do again. I was a young boy, who was just having fun and enjoying music. My past still haunts me as I speak to you, as I am being judged for those actions. I have done things I am not proud of.”

On photos of him smoking hemp, Terry said that life is now in his past as he can no longer be caught doing such.

He added,

“I am now a scapegoat all because I represented the streets and I was not afraid to show it. I sacrificed myself for the new generation of artistes. All I was being criticised for are those things artistes do freely now and no one talks about them.”
“I have many regrets, which I take as lessons in a way. If I had known better, I wouldn’t have done certain things.
“But I do not think what I sing or say determines who I am. One day, Nigerians will realise that art is different from reality. I made my mother love Patience Ozokwor because she had the impression that she was a wicked woman because of her roles in movies. I made my father love many musicians too. I made them understand that what they were doing was an art.
“Sooner than later, Nigerians will understand that the all the crazy things I do are just for the art; I am an actor. I am yet to do most of the things the new artistes do in their videos, yet people still see me as the most terrible person. In other countries, nobody makes an issue out of those things,” he said

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‘Being Bitter, Quarrelsome And Outrightly Foolish Does Not Make You A Feminist’ – Actress Queen Nwokoye

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‘Being Bitter, Quarrelsome And Outrightly Foolish Does Not Make You A Feminist’ - Actress Queen Nwokoye
Nollywood actress, Queen Nwokoye

Nollywood actress, Queen Nwokoye

Nigerian actress, Queen Nwokoye has said that being bitter, quarrelsome and outrightly foolish doesn’t make a person a ‘feminist.’

The film star made this remark after a lady took a swipe at men, who are complaining about the viral logo which she created for the #EndSARS movement.

The lady, @ireaderinokun tweeted;

“Men are so pained about this female symbol. I love to see it”

The actress re-quoted the tweet and she wrote;

“This is what I hate about these fake twitter feminists who obviously don’t know what feminism is all about. Being bitter,quarrelsome, hateful and outrightly foolish does not make you a feminist. It makes you a sick person. Bringing up gender war now is your agenda right?”

Read Also: Actress Queen Nwokoye welcomes her first daughter with husband (Photos)

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The actress’ tweet

The actress’ tweet

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Wizkid Spotted At His Babymama’s Birthday Party (Video)

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Wizkid Spotted At His Babymama’s Birthday Party (Video)
Jada Pollock and Wizkid

Jada Pollock and Wizkid

Popular Nigerian singer, Ayo Balogun, alias Wizkid, was recently spotted at his manager and third baby mama, Jada Pollock’s birthday party in London.

A video sighted on social media captured the moment Wizkid seemingly hid his face from the camera during the birthday celebration, which was well-attended by friends and family.

The ‘Joro’ crooner had intended to keep a low profile at the party.

According to reports, the singer has been living with Jada and their son, Zion for a while now.

However, it is not clear if the duo are still in a romantic relationship.

Read Also: God, pls help Nigeria” – Wizkid Tweets after Buhari’s speech

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https://twitter.com/itzbasito/status/1320087167549509632?s=20

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#EndSARS: ‘It’s Time To Strategize’, Samklef Tells Celebrities

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Nigerian record music producer, Samklef, has called on celebrities actively involved in the End SARS protests that it is time to strategize on the way forward. Some of the celebrities are Falz, Runtown, Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy.

The Imo native veteran music producer, whose real name is Samuel Oguachuba, made this call via his Twitter page. He added that the government has used their last strategy which is fear.

Read AlsoSamklef Nominates 2face Idibia As INEC Commissioner

His tweet reads:

“U are the voice we won this. They just used their last strategy which is fear now is time to strategize. @davido @burnaboy @wizkidayo @iRuntown @falzthebahdguy @YeleSowore @PeterPsquare @dj_switchaholic @AishaYesufu”

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