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How time flies! Life is really funny. When young people are young, they wish so dearly to get older because they crave independence and they believe that they’ll be financially secure and have the freedom to live wild. Older people want nothing more than to remain as vibrant and energetic as they were when they were young and so often reminisce on their youth and say, “Wow, I was really so young.”
"Chioma's dancing 🤣" The “entertainment industry” is an umbrella term for so many creative jobs. Under the “entertainment industry”, the music industry and the movie industry are the biggest industries. As related as these two industries are, it is very rare to find talent that crosses over – that is, musicians that go into acting seriously or actors that go into music seriously. But it does happen.
You'll never hear these songs the same way. The beauty of music and storytelling through song is that a lot of times, artistes can write songs about topics that are otherwise heavy and melancholic, but put over a nice beat and good melody, it can become something palatable to the average consumer.
Brace yourself for this one. Houses go up every single day around the world. Real estate is by far one of the most expensive and lucrative businesses in the world – very much so as well in Africa.
May their gentle souls rest in perfect peace. As 2020 winds down, people are beginning to take stock of all that they gained this year and unfortunately, all that they lost this year. Around the world, 2020 was a devastating year for many - the death rate was alarmingly high every single day. While some people lost loved ones to disease, others lost loved ones to accidents, and unfortunate incidents. However the loss happened, it is still a loss and every loss is tough. Very tough.
His first son is a carbon copy. There are not many actors in Nigeria, old or new, that are as respected, revered, and beloved as veteran Nigerian actor, Pete Edochie.
Who would have thought? Big Brother Naija is one of, if not, the biggest competition reality TV show in Nigeria. When something is a reality TV competition show where multiple people are competing for one incredibly huge prize money, it is expected that tensions will flare up, fights will happen, and everyone will see themselves as competition.
"I tried." At this point it is neither a surprise nor is it news that Nigerian actress, Ini Edo, was previously married to ex-husband Philip Ehiagwina from 2008 to 2014.