Showing posts with label Etcetera. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Etcetera. Show all posts

Saturday, May 2, 2015

“Music Career” – 1.LIE, 2.LIE and 3.LIE!' - Etcetera calls out Burna Boy in new article

Singer Etcetera and these his He comes for them again in new article. See the article below...
Ladies and gentlemen, you are welcome to the new game in town. For better or for worse, our music “industry” is embracing a new form of art.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Mr President, please leave entertainers alone' - Etcetera writes

Once again, Nollywood and President Jonathan are disconnected from the priorities of Nigerians. Millions are hungry and the country is headed off a cliff and what we get is the President having weekly dinner with celebs at Eko Hotel. Mr. President should know that all entertainers in the country won’t amount to a spoon of water in the bucket of our population. I agree that our entertainers judging by recent behaviour are now seen as hungry men and women with insatiable appetite, but Mr. President, the larger part of the society are equally hungry and should be fed as well.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

How long will Nigerians remain fools? - By Etcetera

In Nigeria, there are three classes of people: The Masses, The Politicians, and The Rich. The masses are the puppets, the politicians the hand that controls the puppets and the rich the hand that controls the politicians. The politicians have the system totally rigged in their favour.
They have made it compulsory for the masses to vote from a list selected by them knowing that as blind as the masses are, they may never realise they can actually have a choice. In the upcoming presidential election, the masses have been given no choice but to choose between two candidates forced upon them by the politicians.

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Etcetera writes an open letter to Pastor Chris Oyakhilome -

 Etcetera writes open letter to Christ Embassy head pastor Chris Oyakhilome. Read below
Greetings in the name of the lord. I hope this letter finds you in the best of spirit and health. I write to you, in the same form that Paul wrote to the Ephesians expressing his advice and counsel to the followers of Jesus Christ. If I had 1,000 tongues, I could not thank God enough for your role in winning souls for the kingdom. I bless God for revealing through you the divine plans of Jesus Christ for us. Through you, a lot of people have experienced Jesus in person.

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Our resolutions for Naija celebs in 2015 - by Etcetera

In his first article in the new year, singer turned columnist Etcetera comes for 2face (yes, 2face, asks him to get a vocal coach...imagine!), Omotola, Tonto, Stephanie Okerere and others. Read below...

Every January, resolutions are made with conviction, only to be dropped like a hot akarasometime before February as unattainable, or just plain boring. All through last year, we watched our celebrities and critiqued their behaviour. Maybe we shouldn’t have. Maybe we should let them make their own mistakes. Or maybe we should assess celebrity behaviour in 2014 and determine which celebrities could use some suggestions for their New Year’s Resolutions to make 2015 a great year. And that’s just what we’ve done. So Don Jazzy, Cossy, Omosexy and others, listen up.

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Is Wizkid on ice again? - Etcetera

People won't let Wizkid hear word with this his 'In My Bed' Singer turned writer Etcetera also thrashes it. Read below...
Six weeks ago, I was in Benin City to support a friend who was getting married that weekend. We drove down to Ugbowo campus of UNIBEN, laughing along the way at bini guys and the way they pronounce certain words. We got stuck in an unusual traffic jam and my friend who was driving, took the opportunity to reply his pings, pausing only to turn up the radio when Wizkid’s “In My Bed” came on. A few seconds later, he increased the volume even more. I accepted that since I was in his car, I had to endure his choice of songs. So I listened, trying to figure out why he was interested in that particular song.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

"I feel sorry for Goodluck Jonathan" - Etcetera

Mr. Etcetera...
I think I am the most criticised President in the whole world, but I want to tell this audience that before I leave, I will be the most praised President,” said President Goodluck Jonathan at the opening of the 52nd Annual General Meeting of the Nigerian Bar Association at the International Conference Centre in Abuja.
Hey guys, I guess you know that pointing fingers is not my style, hahaha, just as I know that it will be difficult to find a single Nigerian who hasn’t pointed fingers at President Goodluck Jonathan since he became President. But really, can so many fingers be pointed at a single individual all at the same time? Some people have gone to the extent of saying that since Jonathan took office, everything has gone to hell in a handbasket. Others have held him responsible for everything that has gone wrong in the country, from the tear in their pants to the economy.

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Thank God entertainers lost their primaries - Etcetera writes

Singer turned writer Etcetera takes the entertainers who tried to venture into politics recently to the cleaners in this article...not nice but it's an interesting read. Read below...
My dear entertainers who just lost out in your quest for public office, can you please gbe enu e soun so that we can concentrate on the election at hand? Despite your claims, we all know the reasons why you sought public office in the first place. So many Nigerians have hurt their knees in praying to God to rid this nation of political miscreants and people with selfish motives in seeking public offices. So the fact that you all lost your primaries is a gargantuan sign that the system does not see you as worthy representatives of the Nigerian youths.

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Lekki husbands (I) - By Etcetera

Hey Alfred’
‘Yes! Who be this?’
‘Ahan, you no get my number again? Na Frank dey talk.’
‘Hey Franko my guy.’
‘Alfred nawa oo, I don call you taya. Wetin happen wey you no gree pick my calls?’
‘Frank abeg no vex, I been dey inside one shop for “The Palms.”
‘Shuoo, person wey dey inside shop no dey pick calls again? Abi you dey with babe? Talk true.’
‘Frank abeg free me. No be babe mata dey do me now.’


Saturday, October 25, 2014

Etcetera comes for celebs who bleach in new article

 If you're a celeb...and you bleach your skin...erm, this is for you! Hehe. But I feel what anyone wants to do with their body is their business...but read Etcetera's article below and tell us what you think...
The Association of Bleaching Celebrities of Nigeria wishes to use this medium to inform the public that the inexcusable attitude of some of its members to their fans has been brought to its attention.
It has also been said that some members of this esteemed organisation have embarrassingly refused to shake hands with their fans and in some of these cases, the aggrieved fans are said to have been little kids. On behalf of all celebrity bleachers, we the ABNC kindly ask for your forgiveness.
You loved us when we were black and we sincerely ask you not to love us any less even now that we are light skinned.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Etcetera writes about his colleagues in new article, Confessions of an entertainer

Singer turned columnist Etcetera apparently has no love for most of his colleagues...he's shading the heck out of them in this new article. Lol. He called some of them liars for claiming to have what they don't and he went for Seyi Shay's jugular. Read for yourselves below... 

Bless me father for I have sinned. My last confession was two days ago. Father, I am an entertainer and I have been lying to my fans for many years. Really? Tell me about these lies my son. Father, where do I start from? The lies are so many that I don’t know where to start. Go ahead son, you start from anywhere, the Lord is listening.