Category Archives: Interviews

My Biggest Down In Life Was When My Marriage Crashed – Faithia Williams

Popular Nollywood actress, Faithia Williams formerly known as Faithia Balogun shook the internet when the talented actress dropped her ex-spouse’ name. The two who are top actors in the industry went their separate ways a while back. The mother of two have shared that her biggest down in life was when her marriage crashed. In…

Read more

It’s Hard To Find A Girl That Is Understanding; Some Don’t Have Sense” – Ric Hassani

Speaking to Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on Rubbin Minds, Nigerian pop act Ric Hassani has revealed that The girls in his past relationship are responsible for his inability to have a love life. Hassani, now 28 years old made reference to some bad romance in the past which he blamed on the failure of his partners to be supportive…

Read more

Tiwa Savage Talks New Beginnings, Music Industry & Inspiration In New Interview

In a male-dominated industry, Tiwa Savage is paving the way for artists to be referred to as artists not based on their genders but on impact. Tiwa talks to Guardian Life Magazine about her goal as an artist, why she decided to move back home and who inspired her. Read excerpts from the interview below: On moving back home…

Read more

Having Casual Sex Without Emotion Is Not Cheating – IK Ogbonna

Nollywood Actor IK Ogbonna in a recent Interview with Broadway TV, talks about Infidelity, Marriage and his new movie “Excess Luggage” In the Interview he stressed on the topic of cheating in marriage saying ” Having Casual Sex Without Emotion is not Cheating” Watch full interview below       Leave your views in comments…

Read more

AY Makun Reveals How Recession Impacted His Business In A Chat With CNN

On CNN’s ‘Marketplace Africa’, host Zain Asher sits down with comedian and CEO of Corporate World Entertainment Ay Makun to explore some of the obstacles faced by independent producers in Nollywood. The Nigerian film industry is experiencing a significant increase in investments and popularity. Makun explains that this is the result of Nigerians realising that…

Read more

Gabrielle Union Is The Beautiful Cover Star For The Cut Magazine’s Latest Issue

Gabrielle Union is the latest cover star for The Cut Magazine’s latest edition. The ‘Being Mary Jane’  star gets candid in her interview as she talks about her explosive, tell-all book, “We Are Going to Need More Wine” her husband, Dwayne Wade, her infertility issues and a whole lot more. Read excerpts from her interview below: On…

Read more

Angelina Jolie Is All Smiles As She Covers Harper’s Bazaar’s 150th Anniversary Issue!

The 42-year-old Angelina Jolie is seen posing in a stunning backless white dress in a wildlife sanctuary in Namibia, surrounded by three leopards. In another shot for the magazine she is grinning broadly while looking utterly flawless as she pens an open letter to Namibia, in which she discusses her thoughts on women’s rights today and our responsibility toward…

Read more

Wana Udobang Talks To Award Winning Photographer Uche Okpa Iroha On Web Series “Culture Diaries”

Following a few weeks break to promote her Poetry Album- In Memory of Forgetting and its visual accompaniments, Wana Udobang has released the latest installment of her ongoing interview series- Culture Diaries. This week on her couch is the award winning photographer and artist, Uche Okpa Iroha At the start of the interview Iroha speaks candidly…

Read more

Miranda Kerr & Her Cute Pup Teddy Cover Harper’s Bazaar Australia November Issue

Supermodel Miranda Kerr is a multiple Harper’s BAZAAR Australia cover girl, and it doesn’t take a genius to see why. Aside from the obvious—the barely-aged-a-day beauty—Miranda encapsulates everything a BAZAAR cover star should be. She’s a model with longevity, having worked 20 years in the industry, but she’s also a savvy businesswoman, having parlayed her fashion chops into a hugely successful natural beauty…

Read more

“Most Men Are Sexist”, South African Multi-Millionaire Wendy Appelbaum On “Against The Odds”

From standing up to her business magnate father in the boardroom over issues of gender disparity, Wendy Appelbaum has always been a fierce advocate for women empowerment and ensuring that women achieve their rightful place in the corporate world. The journey has not always been easy but through it all, Wendy maintains her unflinching optimism for…

Read more