Kenyan music star and Chocolate City signee Victoria Kimani is currently dating South African based Nigerian Stanley Obiamalu who runs SOS media productions. The pair, who began dating earlier this year have been inseparable since then.
Sources reveal that Stanley recently threwVictoria an over the top black tie birthday party attended by close friends in Johannesburg. See photos from the birthday below:
33-years-old Nollywood Actress, Ebube Nwagbo, has revealed she is scared of marriage following the high cases of divorce in the industry.
The Anambra State-born actress told ‘Star Gist’ in an interview:
“I am scared of marriage, we see divorce everyday. Although no one goes into marriage believing she would soon jump out of it. I strongly believe that before a couple considers divorce, they must have put in their best to make it work, all to no avail. Marriage in the limelight is not easy, even those outside it are not surviving easily.
For me, before I take the decision, it just has to be right. “Marriage is always going to be at the right time, and don’t ask me when is the right time. I’m single but I’m not searching, Why would I? Well, I am seeing somebody, but starting my own family I can’t say for now. But I will do that at the right time. I don’t like doing something and later jump out of it. I take my time to do whatsoever I want to do making sure it is the right decision.
I have learnt a lot from other people’s mistake and that has helped me a lot. Being in a relationship alone is not easy not to mention marriage, I just want to do it right to avoid regret. So I am treading carefully”.
1. A fake guy will demand for sex. A real guy will also demand for sex. But a fake guy will quit the relationship if you refuse to have sex with him, while a real guy will not quit even if you don’t give him sex.
2. A fake guy shows love and care. A real guy also shows love and care. But watch out! A fake guy will stop to be caring if you commit any offence, but a real guy never stops being caring no matter your offence. 3. A real guy will not like to leave you no matter the situation. 4. A real guy that truly loves you will always apologise even if it is not his fault. 5. Fake guys pamper ladies. Real guys also pamper ladies too. But if a guy pampers you to the extreme, hmm don’t trust him. In most cases, fake guys pampers ladies more than the real guys.
6. When a guy uses too many sweet words all the time, be careful. He may be fake. Real guys that truly love u will use few sweet words. 7. A real guy that truly loves you will be very concerned about your problems. He will always show much concern about the causes and solutions to your problems. But a fake guy only shows more concern about his own problems. 8. A real guy will spend money on you. Fake guy will also spend money on you. But a fake guy will not give you much money unless you have sex with him. No sex, no money. Fake love.
9. A fake guy will promise to marry you. A real guy will also promise to marry you. But a real guy will always discuss with you about how to build a successful marriage. 10. A real guy can kneel down and even shed tears to beg you never to lose him. A fake guy who does not love you will not do that. Think Twice!!!
For Award-winning Nollywood Actress, Director and Producer Omoni Oboli, life hasn’t been a bed of roses as she almost packed her bags when she returned to Nollywood years ago. The actress who decided to take a break from acting in 1996 to complete her studies and to give birth to three boys returned to Nollywood in 2009 only to see there was practically no place for her in the industry.
The delectable actress had to show doggedness and resilience in a bid to show the industry that quitting is not on the menu for her ‘’ I did Figurine and Anchor Baby shortly after I came back, the two movies made weighty impacts in the then returning cinema culture’’Omoni recounts.
Despite the fact that she was making a re-entry into the industry, she turned down scripts that didn’t align with her ideals
‘’I decided to take the more difficult but surer route to where I wanted, which is the route of ‘only good quality jobs’. I decided with my husband and team then that if the movie production did not spark my interest in terms of a good storyline and high production value, I won’t do it. It cost me a lot as I wasn’t doing as many jobs as many of my colleagues then. Often, even when the money offered was very attractive, I turned down roles because the movie production was not what I wanted’’.
The A-list actress whose last three movies Being Mrs Elliot, The First Lady and Wives on Strike have made box office hits with the last one becoming the third highest grossing Nollywood movie of all time at the cinema now has a new work on the horizon titled Okafor’s Law.
Okafor’s Law though yet-to-be-released recently got nominated at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), one of the top 5 film festivals in the world.
Speaking on the nomination, the amiable actress said
‘’ The selection of Okafor’s Law, which is my most ambitious movie ever as an actress, producer and director, at TIFF makes me emotional and nostalgic. I remember the many nights and days of sacrifices, going the extra mile and not getting enough credit. The TIFF selection is a form of validation for my work and I am grateful to God’’.
She went on to thank the cast and crew of Okafor’s Law and with an emotion-laden show of gratitude, she said
‘’I say a huge thank you to the entire cast and crew of Okafor’s Law. Words fail me in this moment, but I deeply appreciate all of them for giving me their best so that this movie turned out the way it is. If I have another chance to do this again, I will certainly do it again with this cast and crew’’.