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Xenophobia: Was Mandela A Celebrity Before He Started Fighting For His People? – Tuface Asks

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Iconic singer Innocent “2face” Idibia has taken to social media to share his thoughts on the xenophobic attack on Nigerians in South Africa.

Addressing people calling out celebrities for not speaking up, Tuface stated that one need not be a celebrity to  speak up.

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Not stopping there, he went on to call out the Nigerian government for their inaction despite all the attacks on the citizens in South Africa.

I no be celebrity spokeman but it’s absurd to me that we are not facing the root cause of all this madness by some stupid and backward thinking south Afrcans but rather channeling the anger towards hard working africans that are doing their normal business of entertainment. If U can speak up, thats cool but i don’t get why u have 2 start coursing and harassing people who haven’t. YOU DON’T KNOW THEIR PAINS. Was mandela a celebrity b4 he started fighting for his people?
How can we AFRICANS get out of this massive mess is what we should collectively start seriously tackling.
Lets all stop pretending that we don’t know we are still seriously mentally enslaved through politics, media and religion.
We are fighting each other and instead of finding the main solution we are fighting more. Many artist are tired of shouting “Africa unite” from bob Marley to fela and many other greats till date.
Xenophobia is unacceptable and we must deal with it from the source.
If u get mouth use am. Celebrity or not.

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I no be celebrity spokeman but it's absurd to me that we are not facing the root cause of all this madness by some stupid and backward thinking south Afrcans but rather channeling the anger towards hard working africans that are doing their normal business of entertainment. If U can speak up, thats cool but i don't get why u have 2 start coursing and harassing people who haven't. YOU DON'T KNOW THEIR PAINS. Was mandela a celebrity b4 he started fighting for his people? How can we AFRICANS get out of this massive mess is what we should collectively start seriously tackling. Lets all stop pretending that we don't know we are still seriously mentally enslaved through politics, media and religion. We are fighting each other and instead of finding the main solution we are fighting more. Many artist are tired of shouting "Africa unite" from bob Marley to fela and many other greats till date. Xenophobia is unacceptable and we must deal with it from the source. If u get mouth use am. Celebrity or not.

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Actress Ani Amatosero Says There Is SARS In Entertainment Industry

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Nollywood actress, Ani Amatosero, has opened a can of worms in the entertainment sector. The movie star states that there is also SARS in the industry. Therefore, her colleagues in the industry should put a stop to their unwholesome activities.

Taking to her Instagram page, she writes:

“SARS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR If you are a DIRECTOR, and you ask for sex before giving roles, you are worse than SARS. If you are a PRODUCER, and you owe your casts and crew and you refuse to pay, you are worse than SARS.

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If you are an ACTOR, and you scheme your way to hijack a role from your fellow actor, some will tell their marketer boyfriends names of people that will not be in the job, then your name is SARS.

If you are a PM/Director/Producer and you tell people to register under your company (after registering in AGN) and you don’t give them good jobs, you are Daddy/Mummy SARS. We need to also cleanse the ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR”

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‘I’m Sad All Over Again’ – Adekunle Gold Remembers Lekki Tollgate Shootings

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‘I’m Sad All Over Again’ – Adekunle Gold Remembers Lekki Tollgate Shootings
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Adekunle Gold

Popular Nigerian singer, Adekunle Gold has said that he is still sad over the tragedy that struck at Lekki Tollgate, Lagos in the penultimate week.

Information Nigeria recalls men dressed in military wear opened fire on #EndSARS demonstrators, who convened at the protest ground on Tuesday, October 20.

Taking to Twitter, the singer stated that he is unhappy because the Nigerian Government hasn’t been able to hold one person responsible for the unfortunate incident one week later.

In his words;

“One week since Lekki Massacre and NOT ONE PERSON has been held responsible for the senseless killings of our people! Nothing has happened! I’m sad all over again.”

Read Also: Adekunle Gold Reacts To Secret Camera Found At Lekki Tollgate

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Ciara Appreciates Husband, Russell Wilson For His Sweet Words On Her Birthday

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American singer, Ciara, has appreciated her husband, Russell Wilson, for his sweet words on her birthday. The pop star turned 35 on Sunday, October 25.

Wilson then took it upon himself to publicly shower her with words of affection as he took to his Twitter page to pen a long note of love to her, referring to her as the mother of his three children.

Not only did he do that, he also gave her a special birthday dinner.

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Ciara returned the gesture by appreciating the 31-year-old American footballer thus:

“So beautiful Thank you baby @DangeRussWilson for making my Birthday feel special and full of Love. I love you so much”

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