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HUNTER’S GAME IS COMING TO THE SCREEN

Hi guys! Some of you probably remember Hunter’s Game written by Ogechi Nwobia on her blog in 2016. Well, we’ve got exciting news. Ogechi is taking Hunter’s Game to screen! Hunter’s Game is being made into a series, but for now, a pilot is set to be released and it ...

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Surviving A World With People Like R. Kelly

I watched the ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ series yesterday. All six episodes of them. And I am traumatized. I dreamt about the man. I went to pee in the night twice and returned to continue dreaming about him, right into this morning. That guy is a soul snatcher. Ever wondered why ...

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I Expected Better From Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Than A Bitter Divorce Battle

It was supposed to be the love story of the new millennium — up there with Romeo and Juliet. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were the caring, sharing, rainbow family that was going to last forever and ever. Except they didn’t. Somewhere down the line, this relationship buckled, fractured and ...

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TRADITION AND THAT THING AROUND YOUR NECK

Many years ago, when I was still in secondary school, we were watching a Nollywood movie—my family and I. So, in the fashion most common to Nollywood movies, the girl got pregnant. To a child that has no knowledge of the science behind conception, it would have seemed as though ...

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SIX MINUTES OF INSECURITY

“Why do you feel this way?” “You think he may be competition?” “Do you think you are not good enough?” “Have you suddenly developed inferiority complex?” “Is that jealousy in you?” “Or is it that you do not want to be left…again?” These questions ran through my mind, but I ...

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Five Powerful Opinions Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Expressed On The Daily Show Interview

As with her interview with Hillary Clinton, when I finally watched Chimamanda’s Daily Show interview with Trevor Noah, I found it very delightful. Interesting, funny even, and very, very illuminating. Say what you will about Chimamanda Adichie, but she’s not wasteful with her opinions. And the world she aspires for ...

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EVERYTHING ABOUT YAHOO FRAUD WILL KILL YOU

I was finishing up a report when he walked into my office this evening, panic clearly written on his face. He was close to tears. His strides betrayed the distraughtness that wrung his soul. The distraughtness I’d come to recognize so well. I knew exactly what was wrong as soon ...

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Generational Curses, Foundational Curses

There is no Nigerian GO, pastor, priest, prophet, reverend, bishop, MOG that has not hammered on this. Telling you your poverty or your condition is because your great, great, great, great grandfather killed a virgin, and then backing it up with biblical quotations like Exodus 34:7 and Numbers 14:18 where ...

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Questioning Ryan Murphy’s Bid To Tell The Story About Harvey Weinstein’s Victims

It has been reported that prolific showrunner Ryan Murphy is mulling over the idea of a new show about Hollywood predators, tentatively called Consent—but is this really Murphy’s story to tell? The out gay showrunner is known for his loud, lurid ideas. He’s a hit-maker, and for the last decade, ...

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The #MetGala Story We Want Hollywood To Tell

So you remember that time when Twitter generated the possible motion picture storyline starring Rihanna and Lupita Nyong’o? Well, Twitter is sure starting to take this movie pitching career seriously. While most of the Catholic world is spouting butthurt indignation about cultural appropriation over the Met Gala’s 2018 theme, Heavenly ...

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