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Tuesday 13 December 2011
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A man at Lekki has Killed his fiancee for accepting male friends on Facebook. The two lovers were said to have fixed their wedding for the 17th of this month and are putting final touches to the wedding preparations before the devil struck .
When the man was interogatted, he couldn't say anything he just kept saying it is the devil's work.T he man was sober as he said it is the hand work of his detractors. Really whether it is the devil or not this is Jealously of the highest order.
Friday 14 October 2011
1. How has it been for you so far...let’s talk about the ups and downs....it’s been a year....how do you feel?
Eazzy: At the moment I feel fulfilled, there have been ups and downs though but that’s certainly a necessity. I’d be happy to share my peaks but it might take forever..to cut it short let me say GOD has been good to me!
2. Why are you still single or is there something you are not telling us?
Eazzy: LoL. Something like? haha. I haven’t focused on that aspect of my life yet..but whilst concentrating on my career am keeping a close eye on all guys..LoL!
Labels: PICOM INTERVIEWS 2
Ghanaian screen badboy Majid Michel who was out and about in the areas of Manhattan, USA has finally open up about the rumour which recently emerged that, he was somehow poisoned on set while shooting the movie ‘Somewhere In Africa’.
PR seized the opportunity to ask Majid Michel about his role in ‘Somewhere In Africa’, his upcoming projects, his social networking presence among other things.
On his role in the movie ‘Somewhere In Africa’, Majid Michel said ‘I played a double role in the movie. I played the commander- Lieutenant Yusuf Mumbasa who is the main character and also a journalist who worked undercover. This was quite challenging as the two roles were very different.”
Majid Michel told PR that “I found it really challenging especially with the makeup which was used to change the colour of my skin in most of the scenes.
This was quite difficult with the hot weather. Also we had to change our accents as the producer wanted it in such a way that you would not know where in Africa the movie took place, that is why it is called Somewhere In Africa” he said.
Surely, you know we will not let Majid escape the question; Is the movie ‘Somewhere In Africa’ a ripp-off of the South African movie Sarafina as some of our readers having been saying.
By: Picom Radio
Labels: PICOM INTERVIEWS