Nollywood producer humiliates actress for refusing him sex for movie role

Last week, there was a story floating around concerning Arsenal Bruno, who got a public embarrassment from an up and coming actress, over failure by the movie producer to fulfill his side of his sex for movie role promised the actress.

Another source has again revealed to that the same movie producer, Arsenal Bruno is in another mess with another up and coming actress, who this time, was humiliated for not giving in for the sex for movie role gimmicks of the producer.

According to the gist, Bruno gathered top artistes like Annie Macaulay, Tonto Dikeh, Yul Edochie and some budding artistes for a movie shoot in Enugu. He lodged the upcomers at Prince Palace Hotel, Ukporkiti, Enugu, where we learnt this movie producer used as his slaughter house of the naive and desperate wannabe actresses.

Our source revealed to us that Bruno had a problem with one of the girls who refused to open legs for him. As we were told, Bruno asked this Benin City, Edo State-based budding actress named Keshi Thomas to sleep with him before she could get a juicy role in the movie. But as a way of rejecting the offer, Keshi was said to have told Bruno that she was menstruating, which fell into the deaf ears of Bruno as he was said to have insisted on sleeping with Keshi even if she was ‘on’.

When the actress didn’t give in to Bruno insistence, our source revealed that Bruno reduced her role in the movie into a minor. He then later told Keshi that she would be responsible for her hotel and feeding bills while on that set. The source further informed us that Bruno told the hotel manager to throw the actress out of the hotel if she is unable to pay the hotel bills.

When Keshi couldn’t bear the humiliation being meted out on her, she left the movie set.

As at press time, we learnt that every other acts have left the movie set as Bruno could not pay hotel bills of those he lodged at the hotel. Our source later informed us that Bruno even ran away from the movie set and left the director, Bassey Ubong to be detained by the hotel management to clear the bills.

We then learnt that the bill was cleared by one Nollywood big-wig, who is very close to the governor of Enugu state. Yul Edochie, Tonto Dikeh and others have since left the movie set for other movie productions.

Source: Nigeria Films


(BET AWARDS) Full list of winners

Full list of winners at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards:

Best Hip Hop Video: “HYFR” – Drake f/ Lil Wayne

Reese’s Perfect Combo Award (Best Collabo): “Mercy” – Kanye West f/ Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz

Best Live Performer: The Throne (Jay-Z & Kanye West)

Lyricist of the Year: Kendrick Lamar

Hip Hop Video Director of the Year: Hype Williams

DJ of the Year: DJ Khaled

Producer of the Year: Kanye West

MVP of the Year: Rick Ross

Track of the Year: “Ni**as In Paris” – Produced by Kanye West, Hit-Boy and Mike Dean (The Throne – Jay-Z & Kanye West)

CD of the Year: Watch The Throne – The Throne (Jay-Z & Kanye West)

Rookie of The Year: 2 Chainz

Hustler of The Year: Jay-Z

Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip Hop Style): Kanye West

Best Club Banger: “Ni**as In Paris” – The Throne (Jay-Z & Kanye West)

Best Mixtape: “Dreamchasers2? – Meek Mill

Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse: 2 Chainz –
“Mercy” (Kanye West f/ Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz)

Impact Track: “Daughters” – Nas

People’s Champ Award Powered by Verizon: 2 Chainz f/ Drake – “No Lie”

Best Hip Hop Online Site: World Star Hip Hop

MI Appointed United Nations Goodwill Ambassador

The serious ones among Nigerian entertainers are really doing well for themselves on many fronts. MI, Africa Rapper No 1, has joined the likes Jackie Chan, Angelina Jolie, Celine Dion, etc. as a United Nations Ambassador.

At an event in Abuja recently the Chocolate City artiste was appointed a UNODC Ambassador on Smuggling of Migrants.

His role as a UN ambassador will be to lend his prominent voice in speaking strongly against the menace of smuggling and related matters. 

Congrats to him


Dbanj condemns UNIPORT student massacre in Nigeria

They were my brothers…and yours.
Four days ago, I woke up to yet another unspeakable tragedy.

Four young men, all undergraduates, brimming with great dreams, unfulfilled aspirations and a promising future were killed. To express the depth of my pain and shock at their murder is impossible. And understanding how events could have degenerated to this level is truthfully beyond me.

Lloyd, Ugo, Tekana and Chidiaka

Four promising young men whose lives were interwoven in one way or the other with yours and mine.

I mourn deeply with the families of these young men because this is OUR collective loss. They were our colleagues, our classmates, our neighbors, our brothers… our friends.

We are NOT a nation of barbarians. We CAN follow due processes and procedures. We MUST fight together as ONE NATION to ensure that Justice as a whole is served, and as a PROCESS, is duly followed-ALWAYS.

We can only try to make meaning of this senseless tragedy by ensuring that this WILL not happen again, by affirming that the pursuit of justice does not in any way entitle any of us to the willful elimination of other people’s lives and by ensuring that we, as youths, do not destroy the honorable mantle placed on us as the future of our nation, by eliminating our present.

Aluu 4 and Mubi 40, Rest In Perfect Peace.
God Bless Nigeria

Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo
UN Youth Ambassador for