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Actress Dorcas Fapson slams designer who dragged her over unpaid AMVCA dress

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Nollywood actress and disc jockey, Dorcas Shola Fapson has knocked a designer who dragged her online over an unpaid debt.

The media personality had ordered for a dress for the AMVCA 8th edition at the last hour and had paid half of the money.

Unfortunately, Dorcas wasn’t impressed with the dress, though she wore it to the AMVCA and took several pictures with it.

The actress refused sticking to the end of her bargain as she blocked all form of contacts with the designer when he requested for his balance.

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Infuriated by her action, he took to his Instagram page to drag the disc jockey.

He claimed that Dorcas Shola-Fapson didn’t pay for fabrics nor for services and yet didn’t want to pay for the materials. He wrote in a lengthy post:

“DSF!! Please pay me my money!! You didn’t pay for fabrics nor for my service and you are not there posting me? What did I do wrong? For helping a celebrity that didn’t have much on her but wanted to go for AMVCA?? Dsf you blocked me after reaching out to you for my balance, you paid 200k for a fabric of 470k which you saw with your eyes before I bought for it. You reached out on Thursday for an event happening on Saturday, you paid on Friday, in a day, Dsf??

I pulled out a dress, for you without paying a dime, after event you didn’t pay me, in less than 24 hours, I made that dress, when I even got to the hotel your friends said I should apologize and send text for coming late when you were even the one that paid late, I still apologised as per work relationship. After the event, you told your p.a to bring the cloth to you, that the photographer wants to take pictures again, I was wondering cause we already took pictures.

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You used your nails to make holes on the dress, cause I got home to see. No fittings or anything and you’re saying you won’t pay me for an outfit you wore? If you didn’t like it why did you wear it please? You even poses for pictures and videos that same night. Now you went to your page to post a picture with a silly caption after I reached out for my balance cause you don’t want to pay my money. Dsf the person that won best dressed didn’t wear a 200k dress excuse me?!! If it was that way like 59 people go chop the award!!

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Designers and stylists in the house? Please haven’t I failed you by making a dress without payment this lady right here didn’t even pay on full for the fabric, I used my money to balance up just so she can quickly get the dress, till now she hasn’t paid!! Dsf you could have explained you don’t have much but wanted to attend the AMVCA so bad cause I didn’t hear them call your name to present award yesterday? I didn’t bath or change my outfit just go make you happy and you still did this!! Trying to spoil my brand, I have worked with celebrities and I have never had issues with any. Fear God!! You texted me first cause you liked my work, now to pay you say you no like work again, all the way from Abuja haba!”.

Dorcas Fapson who wouldn’t allow her name be dragged in the mud fired back. See her numerous posts below:

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“Child cruelty” – Toke Makinwa criticiSes tribal marks practice

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"Child cruelty" - Toke Makinwa criticiSes tribal marks practice

Media personality Toke Makinwa has strongly condemned the traditional practice of using tribal marks for identification, calling it a form of cruelty inflicted on children without their consent.

Makinwa expressed her views in a series of posts on her X account on Sunday.

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Reflecting on a recent encounter with an influencer who had tribal marks, Makinwa shared her thoughts on the practice.

She wrote, “Today I saw a beautiful influencer with tribal marks, and it made me think about the cruelty that culture brought upon us. Marking a child without their consent as a means of identification is evil. I know our parents didn’t know any better, but damnnnn!!!!”

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In her subsequent posts, Makinwa emphasised her admiration for the beauty of people with tribal marks, but her concern remains the lack of consent in the practice.

“Thank God it’s abolished now. My grandma had tribal marks too. Some on her face and her arms. I wonder what life was like for her when she was younger, though I’m sure many people around her had the same. But thank God it’s cancelled now,” she continued.

In response to criticism from some X users, Makinwa clarified that her disapproval stems from the absence of consent, not the beauty of the marks.

“It’s not about the beauty or lack thereof, but the lack of consent”.

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Charles Inojie: #MakeWeHalla movement shows it’s time to change culture of silence around domestic violence in Nigeria

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 Nollywood actor and director Charles Inojie has opened up what inspired he and actor Ali Nuhu to create the #MakeWeHalla movement against domestic violence.

In a recent interview with Wazobia FM, Inojie noted that he wanted to use his platform to change the culture of silence around domestic violence, and he realized that the way to do it was to make noise.

“When we all keep quiet, the abuser, perpetrator of this act of abuse seems confident to do more. But when we speak up and against the abuse without being violent, it sends a signal to the perpetrator that he should desist.”

Inojie continued, “This evokes what prompted myself and Ali to decide to join our voices for this matter. We thought about it and arrived at the fact that we all are guilty if we continue to keep quiet, and watch domestic abuse happen around us. “Make We Halla” is actually a call to action to everybody around to say “if you see something that is bad, speak out and do not keep quiet.”

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Ali Nuhu and Inojie recently teamed up in a viral video, “Make We Halla”, that has continued to make waves on social media. In the video, the two friends start banging on their plates in a restaurant in an attempt to call out the domestic violence they witness. Other patrons join in on the halla in a moving display of solidarity, and the violence stops.

The two film stars have gone a step further to start the #MakeWeHalla challenge that has seen celebrities like Wumi Toriola, Kiki Bakare, and Tosin Olaniyan, and many other fans jump on the #MakeWeHalla train and lend their voice.

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Explaining the challenge during his interview, Inojie said, “We’ve been overwhelmed by how much support we’ve seen in this movement. It just shows how much we need this conversation. People have spoken up, shared their stories, and most importantly, committed to “Halla” whenever they see domestic violence.”

He continued, “The #MakeWeHalla challenge for everyone is very easy. Just go Tiktok or Instagram. Almost everybody is now on Tiktok, almost everybody is on Instagram. Take your phone. It’s easy. No rules, just halla your way. Anyhow, you deem fit to add your voice in raising awareness against domestic violence is welcome. Halla, talk am. Or if you feel like “I am someone that is shy’, you can go to the videos already uploaded -whether my own oo, or Ali’s own – you can duet. Just post with the hashtag #MakeWeHalla. And the beautiful thing is that joining in the challenge to create more awareness even gets you a reward. The best Halla video will collect brand new iphone 12..”

Going further, he said, “The hashtag is very important so that we can see the video. The hashtag is #MakeWeHalla. If you like, tag Ali or tag myself and for the prize we have, the middle of May will be the finale.”

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When asked about his motivations for “Make We Halla”, Inojie also revealed how an incident he witnessed as a young man further changed his mindset about the need to always speak up when domestic violence is witnessed.

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“By myself, as a little boy, I have seen one who, till today, lost one eye to domestic violence. That time, many of us could have done something in that same compound but we felt like we were concerned about it, because they are a couple and they will sort themselves out. So, all of those things are what we refer to as silent bystanders, passive. People just say “Wetin concern me?” or ignore and move on with their lives and in little time, major damage would have been caused. This has led to several innocent children losing their mothers and some becoming orphans. Hence, we say no to domestic violence, it shouldn’t thrive in our midst or our society. Let’s see a way, a movement to call people to action saying don’t keep quiet when you see domestic violence, no matter where it happens, no matter who it happens to, speak out but not in a violent way. Let’s Make We Halla!”, Inojie encouraged.

Links to #MakeWeHalla Challenge entries:

https://www.instagram.com/reel/C5bzgAhqf5w/?igsh=MXZ6Y2d0dmdjcHpwdg%3D%3D

https://www.tiktok.com/@jire_ogunleye/video/7361394106943245573?lang=en

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Meet Segun Ogedengbe, a versatile Nigerian actor and producer

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Segun Daniel Ogedengbe is a versatile Nigerian actor, movie producer, and skit maker with a rich portfolio of work in the entertainment industry.

Born on August 22, 1996, he is a graduate of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

As a producer, Segun has spearheaded the creation of several acclaimed movies, including “Omo Jeje,” “Oba Korope,” “Agbara Eje,” “Ayo (The Scores),” and “Emi Ni.” In addition to his work behind the scenes, he has showcased his acting talent in films such as “Peregun,” “EMILOJU,” and “Labalaba,” among others.

Segun’s creativity extends to skit making, where he has produced engaging content such as “Idan,” “The Herbalist,” and “Trap,” featuring popular actors like Okele and Solaibi Gaji. Collaborating with other versatile Nollywood actors.

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Meet Segun Ogedengbe, a versatile Nigerian actor and producer

Meet Segun Ogedengbe, a versatile Nigerian actor and producer

Meet Segun Ogedengbe, a versatile Nigerian actor and producer

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