Popular Nigerian cross-dresser Bobrisky and Nina reunite at Sola Sobola’s birthday party. Bobrisky who was a staunch supporter of Nina while she was on the show, fell out with her for pitching her tent with his arch enemy, Toyin Lawani. This preceded a spat between the duo, which even led to one threatening to beat the hell out of the other.
Nina shared the photos on Instagram. That seems to be in the past now as they were all smiles at Sola Sobola’s birthday party a few weeks ago. The duo was pictured hugging and even posed together for photos.
It would be recalled that following Bobrisky’s rant in which he called ex Big Brother Naija housemate,Nina ungrateful and expressed regret at supporting her,Nina has penned a heartfelt thank you note to him. Bobrisky has been angry that she decided to oitch tent with his arch enemy,Toyin Lawani who he claims never supported her while in the house .
However,Nina said she is just building her life and wouldn’t want to be involved in their feud. She wrote:
“I’m generally a cheerful person. I’m usually full of love, life, and happiness. I open my eyes in the morning and feel excited to be alive. There was a time, though, when it wasn’t so easy in the big brother naija house When blinking and breathing and speaking all took so much effort that I thought I may as well give up: I was in a dark hole of sadness and anger and confusion. I didn’t think I was gonna make it, but you rooted for me
For the friend who stood by my side through the storm for you Bobrisky the person who could see through my darkness when I wasn’t able to.”
“For the beautiful soul who believed in transformation, who believed in healing, and time, and growth. Who never once judged me for my heartache, grief, and anguish ,naivety. Who, when the world gave up on me , gave me a piece of hope, a breath of fresh air, and a tiny scrap of faith that things might begin to change. For the friend who was delicate with their words and capable of pushing me forward. Who didn’t mind what people where saying against me in dark corner, who actually stood his ground to help me You endured and took alot of insult for my sake,You pulled me through an impossible tornado that I thought was going to eat me whole. You loved me at my worst. You never gave up on me. You saw through my opaque pain.”
“Dear friend, Thank you. But I’m trying to build up my life,I didn’t know you had all this difference with Toyin Lawani,but then again when i found out i said to myself..i shouldnt involve myself it’s between you two..
And am free with both of you..I hate having enemies…. I’m never ungrateful I have always been grateful for all you did for me and will always be.. I hope you see through my point and understand Thanks @bobrisky222”
Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.
Nigerian music producer, Michael Collins popularly known as Don Jazzy has admitted that DMW boss, David Adeleke also known Davido or OBO, is richer than him (Don Jazzy).
Don Jazzy, who’s viewed as one of richest musicians/producers in the Nigerian entertainment industry, made this known during a Question and Answer (Q&A) session with his fans via his official page on Instagram.
He also revealed how he found his newly-signed artiste, Rema, what attracts him to ladies and many more.
He also revealed how he was able to sustain Mavin Record with having issues with big artistes like D’bang, Dr Sid, Ikechukwu, D Prince and the rest.
When asked by one of his fans if he was richer than Davido, Don Jazzy pointedly said, “nope.”
The publicity generated by the arrested of Nigerian musician Afeez Fashola, a.k.a Naira Marley by operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has not only sparked an unending debate in the public dormain, it has also attracted a sepcial address by the boss of the anti graft agency, Mr. Ibrahim Magu.
WATCH: NAIRA MARLEY UNDER TIGHT SECURITY IN COURT WITH EFCC
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The EFCC acting Chairman, finally gave in to intense pressure by delivering an address on Wednesday, in an interactieve session with artistes, comedians and On-Air-Personalities in Abuja, regarding the arrest of Naira Marley.
According Magu, who once again reiterated that Naira Marley was in their custody for charges bordering on internet fraud, emphasized that the commission had no issue with any member of the entertainment sector of the country.
“I have said it in the past and I will also like to restate, that the EFCC does not go after an innocent person.
“Our mandate is to rid Nigeria of any form of economic and financial crimes, and internet fraud is not excluded,”
Magu also sought to partner with Nigerian artistes and comedians in the fight against corruption particularly internet fraud.
EFCC acting spokesman, Mr Tony Orilade quoted the chairman to have told the stakeholders in the entertainment industry that they had a part to play in discouraging criminality in the society.
He said, “You have a very wide reach, so lend us your voices. Please let your works propagate and promote integrity and the right values.
“I urge you to raise a collective slogan against all forms of criminality among our youths, condemn in strong terms, ostentatious living without credible sources of income, particularly the get-rich-at-all-cost syndrome among the youths.
“We need you to join hands with the EFCC in this fight against corruption because we need you more than ever before to change the negative narratives about our country being havens of internet fraudsters.
“I have always stressed that we cannot claim to have the monopoly of knowledge of how to fight corruption at the EFCC.
“We are, however, driven by the passion to explore all frontiers that will enable us to achieve a better society for our children yet unborn – an egalitarian society and one which we all can be proud of.”
He noted that the engagement with the members of the creative and entertainment industry was out of great concern due to the increasing cases of “yahoo-yahoo” among Nigerian youths.