‘The hate is too much’, Actress Nkechi Blessing cries over being insulted and disrespected
Controversial Nollywood actress Nkechi Blessing has cried out over how celebrities are being abused and disrespected in Nigeria.
In a video making the rounds on social media, the actress said Nigerians need to travel abroad to see and learn how celebrities are appreciated.
According to the actress, many Nigerians, instead of appreciating these celebrities who put smiles on their faces, would rather make fun and mockery and thereafter storm the international stars social media page to praise them.
Nkechi Blessing, who express displeasure over the act, said Nigerians take every little chance to insult and disrespect celebrities.
She added that until every individual decides to change attitude, everything will start working again because the hate is too much.
In her words: Let me say this thing that has been bordering me, Nigerians you all need to travel abroad to see how they appreciate our work, how they appreciate us being an entertainer be it in the movie or music, anything entertainment but you people back home instead of celebrating people who bring smiles to your face, you rather call them yeyebrities.
It is well but you people go on the page of international stars and praise them but once it comes to one of your own in Nigeria, you take any chance to insult, abuse and disrespect them no wahala, the problems is in you people’s hand. I think when we change our attitude as an individual, the country will start working again. but no the hate is just too much.
KFN recalls that Nkechi Blessing recently opened up on why she did not post her wedding photos on social media.
The 32-year-old claimed to have been married to her politician boyfriend, Opeyemi, but she prefers to show her man excess love privately and not on social media.
Nkechi added that anyone interested in seeing celebrities relationship on social media should check her colleague’s page because her relationship is not for entertainment.
According to controversial, she does not plan to entertain social media users with updates about her marriage, hence deciding to keep her marriage private.
Speaking further, the curvy actress said her aim to to have a successful marriage and not a wedding.
Kenneth Omeruo and his Spanish club Leganes, on Sunday failed to secure promotion to LaLiga, after they lost 2-1 at home to Rayo Vallecano.
Bebe scored twice in the second half, while Alvaro Garcia also got on the scoresheet, to ensure the Cucumber Growers lost 3-0 in the play-off’s first leg at the Estadio de Vallecas.
Heading into the second leg, they needed to overturn their three-goal deficit to stand a chance of returning to Spain’s elite division.
However, they ended up on the losing side despite taking an early lead against Andoni Iraola’s team.
Moroccan forward Yacine Qasmi was handed a starter’s role by the visitors, albeit, he was substituted in the 58th minute for Martin.
It was indeed a Black Sunday in Nigerian following the death of two popular clergies, Prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations and General Superintendent of Redemption Ministries, Worldwide, Reverend Stephen Akinola.
The death of the 68 years old clergy comes less than 24 hours after TB Joshua died in Lagos after a church program.
Sources gathered that the fiery preacher was in Abuja for his second kidney transplant operation when he died in the early hours of Sunday.
Reverend Stephen Akinola had reportedly spent several months in India for the same transplant, but it was unsuccessful.
Kemifilani brings to you some of the things you may need to know about the popular Port Harcourt based pastor.
Genk striker, Paul Onuachu, is set to end Nigeria’s long wait for the Ebony Shoe.
The Super Eagles star is the big favourite to succeed Dieumerci Mbokani as the winner of the prize, the top award given yearly to the best player of African origin playing in Belgium.
Onuachu will become the first Nigerian since Celestine Babayaro in 1996 to claim the honours.
It will also end Nigeria’s 25-year wait for a trophy that once seems like the country’s birthright.
Daniel ‘Da Bull’ Amokachi, then starring in the colours of Club Brugge, was the first player to win the Ebony Shoe, which was instituted in 1992.
The power-playing forward reclaimed the best African player award two years…
Source: Kemi Filani News
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