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Yoruba actor and friend of the embattled star, Baba Ijesha, who is facing numerous charges which include sexual harassment of a minor, Yomi Fabiyi, with the production of a controversial movie titled Oko Iyabo, may have taken pettiness to a ridiculous height.
Fabiyi has been facing off with female actor Iya Ojo since Baba Ijesha’s travails began. The duo has been fighting dirty on and off Social Media but while Ojo may have sheathed her sword, boom came in this movie that has set the Yoruba sector of Nollywood on fire, literally.
Fabiyi, a lawyer, so they said, nor try at all! Man dey behave like a woman? Iyabo Ojo come display maturity pass am? Haba! And the umbrella body of actors seems to be playing the ostrich with its perceived support for Fabiyi, Baba Ijesha over Ojo.
As things stand, nobody can or appears to have the willpower to pull Yomi Fabiyi back from this deep end he is headed. Well, perhaps the Censors board would apply the necessary sanctions to pull the plug on that movie which was aimed to deride Iyabo Ojo.
What Edmund Spice Does At The Moment
GUESS you still remember who Edmund Spice is. Well, in case you don’t, it was that dude who took the Nigerian music scene by storm in the 90s with a pop remix of Tracy Chapman’s Baby Can I Hold You Tonight?
Across the country, the Edo State-born singer was toast of concerts, dance floors and all. Then, suddenly, his career dipped. And with it, his fortune, so bros had to activate Plan B-fiam, he relocated to the US and he has since been there.
For some time now, Spice has turned himself into an unsolicited relationship counselor. Every day, he uses his Facebook Timeline to post motivational materials to help manage relationships.
In fact, the bros take the ‘job’ so seriously; it reminds one of a Ronaldo playing at the World Cup final.
Anyway, if one road close, another one go open. To God be the glory as dem dey take dey end every Nollywood movie.
What Is Happening To Elder O
T4T Was driving his tuke tuke around Ijesha, Surulere, Lagos, recently and there was this Toyota Siena standing gidigba in his front like Olumo Rock. Who come be dis wey dey drive Siena like who dey drive Mercedes Benz G Wagon (bulletproof) na. Go, the person nor gree go, park well make others go, whoosai. The driver was cruising.
Well, other motorists piled up behind this ‘big boy’ (wey dey drive Siena), had no choice but to go at the person’s pace, which was ridiculously slow for a Lagos driving.
Finally, and to the glory of God, the Siena pulled over and when T4T drove past, lo and behold, it was comedian Elder O! So, na Elder O dey drive Siena like Otedola wey dey drive e Rolls Royce so? Na wa o! If na North Korea Elder O do wetin e do so, trust that their president, he would have ordered him flogged 400 strokes of the cane in a place like the National Stadium, Surulere, before a capacity crowd to teach other motorists a lesson. Thank God say we nor dey North Korea.
That Yoruba Movie Okan Dudu…
AND so T4T was watching a Yoruba movie titled Okan Dudu during the week. In fact, let me just use this medium to beg the person or persons handling the subtitling of Yoruba movies. If you guys continue to like and I get angry, what happened in 1923, will repeat itself.
How can the actor say in Yoruba that someone else is just a noisemaker and the subtitle read. “Empty barren of water makes the loudest noise”. T4T was like, ‘barren’ of water?
Initially, one thought it was just a typo until the same line was repeated twice. No na! Stop na! Don’t let what happened in 1923 repeat itself o.
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