The Nigerian entertainment industry is blessed with lots of actresses who can interpret multiple roles in movies. Some of these entertainers have made fame in the Yoruba movie industries and have been recognized among Yoruba indigenous actresses. In this article, I will be sharing with you two Edo State-born celebrities who have achieved success in Yoruba Movies.
In 2010, Nigerian rap superstar, Olamide Adedeji also known as Olamide Badoo launched onto the the scene with his monster hit single, 'Eni Duro.' At the time, he was signed to ID Cabasa's record label, Coded Tunes Records. Under the label, he released his first album, 'Rapsodi.' The terms of his exit were amicable. Olamide branched out and founded his own record label, YBNL Nation (Y.B.N.L is an acronym for Yahoo Boy No Laptop, a tribute to how much money he makes) under which he released his subsequent alb
An up-rising Nigerian singer, Divine Ikubor, popular known by his stage name Rema has declared his idea about certain types of ladies. According to the Edo State-born 20-year-old singer, girls who talk too much and tweet much on social media are not his type of girls. Opera News gathered that the singer had said so in a live interview, where he noted that he is displeased with girls who spend much time tweeting, posting and gossiping on social media. Rema in his submission noted that such girls cou
Social media was agog over the weekend when actress Etinosa Idemudia decided to stir up some controversy. The controversial lady, from whatever condition she was in at the moment decided to come on her Instagram live feed to show off her smoking habit while using the bible as her ash-tray. From the video, the Edo State-born comedienne was smoking a substance that looked like marijuana. In the video, the actress said nobody can blame her mother for the way she chooses to live her life. She also declared the