A lot has happened this past weekend since we last briefed you on the things that occurred recently in the Nigerian entertainment industry. Here is the weekend recap, in case you missed these things.
- Johnny Drille reveals shocking details about his love life
- Ex-BBN housemate Leo Dasilva ties the knot with the bride in Kaduna State
- Women are supposed to complement men – Tolani Baj shares controversial view on feminism
- Actor Charles Inojie shares insight into his childhood
Johnny Drille reveals shocking details about his love life
Talented Nigerian singer John Ighodaro (Johnny Drille) shocked his fans when he confessed that his first girlfriend turned out to be his wife.
In a tale full of love, laughter and determination, the How Are You (My Friend) singer explained how his first love, Rina Tahini, eventually became his wife.
“The first time I saw her was at one of my shows in 2018. She was sitting in the front row next to a white woman,” he said in a podcast with actress Iyabo Ojo.
“I knew I was going to marry her. And I told her I was going to marry her. For me, it was deep conviction. Many people will not believe this, but she was my first girlfriend. I never had a girlfriend before her.”
Ex-BBN housemate Leo Dasilva ties the knot with the bride in Kaduna State
Leo Dasilva, one of the most sought-after bachelors in the Big Brother reality show, has broken the hearts of many as videos of his wedding emerge on the internet.
The entrepreneur has often kept his private life private and had barely been involved in any controversy, and it was shocking to know that he tied the knot with his bride in Kaduna State.
Leo is very opinionated about Nigerian politics, as he was one of the guest speakers at the 2022 NEC.
Women are supposed to complement men – Tolani Baj shares controversial view on feminism
Ex-BBN housemate and influencer Tolani Baj shared her opinion on feminism on her podcast with co-host Moet Abebe and guest host Yhemolee.
In the Bahd and Boujee podcast, Tolani believed men and women should not be considered equal.
“I feel like women are not supposed to compete with men; they are just supposed to complement them,” her view on feminism was received terribly by netizens.
“That’s why I can’t say I’m a feminist because I can’t see how a man will be doing gra-gra, and as a woman, I’ll be doing gra-gra too,” she said.
Actor Charles Inojie shares insight into his childhood
My step-mom asked my father to make a choice between her and me— 🐬 @𝗼𝗻𝗲𝗷𝗼𝗯𝗹𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗯𝗼𝘆 (@OneJoblessBoy) November 12, 2023
– Charles Inojie pic.twitter.com/nP73cq4OgP
On the WithChude show, Nollywood actor Charles Inojie took Chude Jideonwo on a nostalgic trip as he revealed that his stepmother once asked his father to choose between him (Charles) and her.
On the show, Charles claimed he’d only lived with his father for eight months, and within that time frame, he’d gotten in trouble with his stepmother till she asked him to choose between her and his son.
Charles said that his father sent him out of his home without thinking twice, and since then, he’d been hustling on the street.
The director and actor said he bore no ill thoughts toward his father, but they’d never stayed together since that day.
Ayomitide Adeyinka is a content writer, crypto journalist and editor with a Bsc in Political Science. He is also an egalitarian.