Olayode Juliana makes a fine bride as wedding pictures of hers makes its round online.
Juliana, who became popular after featuring in Jenifa’s Diary, teamed up with handsome Yoruba actor, Oladimeji Lateef on the set of a TV drama titled ‘Tomorrow Is Now’.
The duo got married in the yet to be released third season of the series and pictures of their white wedding have gone viral.
Some of her fans who didn’t study the pictures well thought she was actually taken and they were quick to drop congratulatory notes.
See more photos of the beautiful actress.
After news of Baba Suwe’s illness went round, Nollywood actors have been reacting to it in their own ways.
Some of the Baba Suwe’s colleagues are showing support for the actor who is down with chronic diabetes.
Actor, Yomi Fabiyi, said the veteran actor played a huge role in his life therefore he can never abandon him.
Yomi Fabiyi shared on Instagram,
“He is an entertainer, he is consistent for more than 2 decades. He paved the way for me to come into the movie industry, featured me first in a movie, fed me, gave me accomodation, gave me a platform, ride me in his car, learnt MC hussle from him etc HE IS AN ICON, LEGEND and a game changer.
I will stand by you no matter what. A child will fight, defend and protect his or her father solicited or unsolicited. I will never be an ingrate. Get well soon Presi”.
Nigerian singer and fashion designer, Mocheddah, has narrated how she suffered depression for 7 years.
Mocheddah has now launched her own Mental Health platform.
“My name is @mocheddah
I was diagnosed with clinical depression over 7 years ago .
I have come a long way with the help of my faith, therapy and medication.
I have developed a deep passion for spreading awareness on all things mental health …
This is a fun, open, no secret page, no judgements platform.
we also have in house therapists that can help answer questions.
we are a group of BRAVE magical individuals.
Welcome to “Just Be Brave NG”
@justbebraveng is my new baby .
It’s my mental health freedom page .
I found so much freedom when I came clean about my clinical depression,
I want so many other people to feel that freedom as well.. To live without fear.
To own our wounds
To forgive ourselves.
Am I scared ? A little
Am I nervous ? yes
Am I excited? Absofreakinlutely”
Mo Cheddah’s mental health issue has always been something she spoke about freely.
According to Mocheddah, she was scared to speak up at first over fears of being labelled crazy, but she did and has been on therapy for two years now. She concluded by stating that she is happy, strong and okay now.
21 Savage has spoken out about the memes trolled at him after his arrest by the United States Immigration.
Recall that Chris Brown also mocked the rapper with a meme he posted which caused a fall out between him and Offset.
In an interview with New York Times, said that the memes were inconsequential when placed at the backdrop of his problem with the US immigration.
“It’s like my worst nightmare, that’s why it’s always been trying to get corrected,” he said.
The rapper, who after his release admitted that some of the memes were funny, added that he had gone through worse situations than memes mocking him.
“It ain’t about the meme, it’s about the bigger picture. But I done been through way worse things in my life than somebody putting me on a meme.
“I been shot — what is a meme? A meme is nothing. That’s something on the internet that I can do like this [turns over phone] and never see again. I look at bullet scars every day, so it’s like, a meme, bro?”
The rapper who had said that he’ll fight to stay in the country, shared his ordeal.
“It’s like we gonna put you in jail and we gonna make you fight your case the slowest you can fight it so that you just want to go home,” he said.
“Nobody wants to sit in jail, especially if they don’t have the money to fight it and they ain’t been to court in three months.”