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Pere Egbi opens up about father’s absence from his childhood

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Big Brother Naija All Stars ex-housemate Pere Egbi has shared a touching story about his childhood,

revealing that his father left the family when he was just four years old.

In a recent interview with TV and radio personality Hero Daniels,

Pere spoke about how his father’s absence had a relatively minor impact on him,

as other male figures within the family took on the role of a father and effectively filled that position.

“I like to say I’m from Bayelsa State because my mum is from Bayelsa,” Pere said. “

My dad, however, is from Delta State. My father has never been a part of my life at all.”

Pere explained that his father left when he was four and his sister was three.

He said that his father had lived in America before he was born,

and had come back to Nigeria to marry his mother.

However, after the two separated, Pere was raised solely by his mother.

“I’m the first child and the only boy,” Pere said. “

My mum was the only one who did everything to make sure we had shelter, good education.

She paid our school fees from kindergarten to secondary school.

And then, I left Nigeria for the United States to do a nursing degree.”

Before pursuing his nursing degree, Pere joined the US military and served for six years.

He said that he grew up in Warri, Delta State, because that was where he was born.

Pere’s story is a reminder that even though children may not have their biological fathers in their lives,

there are other people who can step up and provide them with the love and support they need.

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“Twitter is not for the faint hearted. LMAO.” – Cuppy responds as troll scorns her for not having a man of her own despite fame

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Billionaire heiress, Cuppy responds as netizens blasts her for not having a man of her own despite being the most followed woman on Twitter NG.

The disc jockey took to to social media page to share the quadrennial

Twitter NG statistics on the most followed personalities in Nigeria. DJ Cuppy.

The data showed Cuppy to be the most followed Nigerian woman,

with Tiwa Savage coming a close second.

While some folks congratulated her for this achievement,

some threw jibes at her inability to keep a man.

One netizen, @Izy_BodyFitness said … “Having 6.23 million followers and not having a man is crazy”.

The troll’s remark appears to have stood out among other comments for the billionaire heiress.

She reposted it on her Instagram page and bemaoned the lack of empathy on the Twitter space.

Cuppy laughed at the joke and noted that the platform isn’t for the emotionally weak.

Her words … “Twitter is not for the faint hearted. LMAO.”

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“Some goodbyes set you free” – Jada P writes as Wizkid hangs out with Tiwa Savage

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popular singer, Wizkid’s baby mama, Jada P speaks on goodbyes after the musician was seen hanging out

and having fun with the Afrobeats queen, Tiwa Savage at a party in Lagos.

The Grammy award-winning singer has been making the rounds on social media


after he was seen having a swell time with his colleague, Tiwa Savage,

and many netizens gushed over their beautiful friendship. Jada

However, amid the trend, Jada P took to her Twitter page to

speak on goodbyes and problems which never last forever.

Some netizens have suggested that she’s making reference to the trending videos.

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Why Genevieve Nnaji towed away from me and others – Kate Henshaw

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Nollywood icon, Kate Henshaw gives details of her recent reconnection with her former colleague, Genevieve Nnaji,

shedding light on the reason she towed away from everyone.

She made this known during an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo

when questioned about the status of her longstanding friendship with Genevieve Nnaji.

In her response, Kate Henshaw acknowledged that she and

Genevieve had experienced minor differences in recent years.

However, she specifically emphasized her primary concern,

which revolved around Genevieve’s tendency to distance herself from her and their mutual colleagues.

Kate further revealed that the rekindling of their connection occurred on the set of a Netflix

production while describing Genevieve as approachable and welcoming,

marking a positive shift after years of being apart.

Kate concluded by likening her to the Nollywood equivalent of Angelina Jolie,

an American actor who, like Genevieve,

tends to navigate the industry independently and avoid attachment to people.

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