Media personality and relationship expert, Blessing Okoro has revealed a childhood fantasy she used to have about veteran Nigerian singer 2face Idibia.
The relationship expert disclosed via a post on social media that she thought she would marry 2face when she grows up.
She explained that as a youngster she often told herself that she will end up becoming the singer’s wife when she was growm, but she now understands the difference between loving the talents of singers in the music industry and their personalities.
Blessing CEO stated that 2face is still one of the most talented singers the Nigerian music industry has ever produced, adding that his song, “African Queen”, can never go out of fashion.
‘I Do Not Trust The Nigerian Judicial System’
Popular Nigerian comedian, Bright Okpocha, aka Basketmouth, has said that he refused to sue a company despite not getting a property he paid for because he does not trust the Nigerian judicial system.
The comedian revealed during an interview with Sunday Scoop that he is not a fan of the country’s judicial system.
He stated that he has since moved on and bought another property.
Basketmouth said, “I am not a big fan of the judicial system in Nigeria because of the processes involved. Unfortunately, I don’t trust it. I pushed as much as I could but the guy is someone I respect a lot, and along the line, we became platonic friends. I bought another property and moved on three years after. I kept asking about it but they had a court issue. They told me that they would give me another house, but that hasn’t happened till now.
“I got upset and I was going to call him out but his brother became a king, and out of respect for their family’s name, I backed out.
“I later found a better construction company and I have been dealing with them since.”
He also spoke on entertainers who are paid for gigs and fail to show up.
He said: “When I hear stories like that, I feel disgusted because comedy is not a regular job. One has time to craft one’s content, and even if another event comes up, one can attend both if one plans one’s time well. When a client books one and one does not show up, one has not only disappointed them, one has also been unprofessional.”