A fashion designer meets a notorious area boy when her car breaks down in his hood and what seems to be a distressing situation turns out to be a blessing but also goes completely sideways.
“Picture Perfect” is a romantic comedy featuring Mary Remmy Njoku, Bolanle Ninalowo, former Big Brother Naija Housemate Bisola Aiyeola and more. It was directed by Tope Alake and written and produced by Biodun Stephen.
Second runner up at the just-concluded Big Brother Naija 2017, Tokunbo Idowu popularly known as TBoss has finally come forward to put the endless debates about the ugly incident with Kemen in the big brother house to rest. In a new video she posted on her Instagram page, TBoss thanks all those who have stood for her throughout her stay in the house as well as supported her even as the debate on the circumstances surrounding Kemen’s disqualification refused to die down. She stated that henceforth, she would not give anyone the chance to trivialize or undermine what happened to her on that fateful day.
Watch the video below:
Photo Credit: Instagram – @officialtboss_
Nigerian comedian Ayo Makun popularly known as AY was the target of a barrage of angry comments following his joke at his “AY Live” show last Sunday which a lot of people felt was in support of rape. Speaking in an interview with Hip TV, AY apologized to TBoss and her family reiterating that he did not mean to inflict pain on anyone neither is he in support of rape in any form. He however insisted that Kemen should be forgiven as he has asked for it.
Watch the video below:
Photo Credit: Instagram – @aycomedian
Comedian AY has been the focus of comments on social media for making a joke out of the sexual assault on #BBNaija’s TBoss by a fellow housemate Kemen.
Earlier today AY issued an apology to TBoss saying it wasn’t his intention to make her feel that uncomfortable as he has a wife and a daughter and will never support any action that will promote rape or sexual assault.
Comedian, I Go Dye has now taken to Instagram page to say a few words about the matter, saying the idea of comedy is to create humor out of tragedy, he also said he wonders why people go out of their way to make an issue when there’s none instead of focusing on the challenges that need our immediate [...]
Yesterday, Goldie, a sister to former Big Brother Naija Housemate TBoss slammed the organisers of the show for giving another Housemate Kemen, who was disqualified, the same benefits as those who “respected the game”.
See the tweets that have now been deleted:
Kemen was disqualified after he was seen on camera, groping TBoss in her sleep.
Kemen, after his disqualification, apologised to TBoss for the act, adding that he overplayed the game.
The story was posted on Instagram by @yhettessblog, and Kemen left a comment under the post saying: “She is free to do whatever pleases her”.
Former Big Brother Naija Housemates Miyonse, Kemen, Coco Ice, Uriel and Gifty are the cover stars for House of Maliq‘s latest edition.
Check out the fab photos below.
Credit Photography by – @Studioq_nigeria Styled by –@missmaliq Accessories – @dope_accessories_lekki Gify’s dress – @Tirfashionhouse Uriel &Cocoice dress- @Ejiroamostafiri Miyonse costumes- @st_calypsowears Miyonse shoes- @Raybuckle Uriel’s Makeup by – @Omalichamakeover Cocoice Makeup- @Creativefingersmakeover Gifty’s Makeup – Eucheysignatures Graphics – Malik Zenishia Zainab Directed by– Malik Zenishia Zainab
Last night the first Big Brother Naija eviction party held at the No Chill Lounge in Lekki, Lagos.
The former BBNaija housemates – Somadina, Miyonse, Uriel, Ese, Jon and CocoIce were in attendance alongside Ayo Makun, Noble Igwe, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Mawuli Gavor and more.
See photos below.
Azuka Ogujiuba‘s Media Hub Room sat down with controversial Big Brother Naija housemate Kemen for an interview.
During the interview, Kemen revealed a LOT! From the story behind the name “Kemen” to his secret intolerance for pain and as expected, more details on the incident with TBoss in the Big Brother Naija house.
While he apologized, It seems as though Kemen is not fully aligned with the present narrative on the issue.