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This is actually one of her WORST films! She's had better roles and in the trailer she seems like she's dialed her lines in; although that could be due to a very poor scriot. Not the Genevieve Nnaji we've become used to. I get that she wants to get her work on the international stage but this is not the one.
Exactly. Where is the African Tyler Perry?! He didn't listen to mainstream Hollywood he went out and bought his OWN studio and out out his own product. I don't agree with everything he has produced on celluloid but I definitely respect his work ethic, determination and refusal to be pigeon-holed. Africa is a vast Continent surely there are enough producers and directors who can come together to build a studio?
As we celebrate Africans that are doing great thing in the world let celebrate
Ezeanyika Anthony Chibuzor a Nigerian pencil artist based in the United Kingdom! Anthony unique artworks include drawing of currency notes and producing the same look and feel in magnified details but perfectly done!
Anthony discovered his gift in 2012 when his cousin challenged him to draw a cartoon character surprisely he got a replication of what they challenged him to draw,
Anthony has been drawing for over five years and making some spell binding artworks and making quite a stir in the community. So far he has drawn (197) all the country currencies note around the world.
Global Currency Project is designed to acknowledge all the currency notes in the world through pencil drawing, this means through exhibitions different people can identify with their currency to bring unity of different culture and their history.
The project can only grow with support. Support to bring awareness of history and different cultures.
2nakechi, your caption is misleading, this is not the first African film Netflix has acquired, Catching Feelings by Pearl Thusi was the first African movie to be purchased by Netflix. Please be factual
This one will seriously pain some people,these people who don't want to see anything good come out from igbo land , but who God bless, if it was anything bad from some of our igbo brother's, you would have seen how they will line up their hateful comments ,bashing innocent people , but jealousy and hate no go gree them near this one
She is a great legend of Nigerian female actors as a Cameroonian I must say I pray for her to continue her great job and impact her great experience to many of our young girls. When ever I look at my daughter I see Genevieve in her I know one day she be just like her God bless you my sister chosa chosa
This woman has sold out and not one of Africa’s own any longer, as there’s no way one can achieve this level of fame, (especially being African) without selling their soul, and this behaviour is rampant in the entertainment industry ie Hollywood is full of them folks!
She’s now a weaponised-mole to infiltrate & promote their hidden agenda of distraction-illusion via indoctrination, brainwashing & manipulation of any unsuspecting naive, gullible and ignorant Africans!
Netflix = white supremacy & global imperialism!
Yeah so now foreigners i.e white people can make even more money off of our own products smh. Black panther made white people billions now they're even more confident in making money off of us yippee, hurray, huzzah.
So sad we Africans don't have Vision. Wasn't Iroko TV, founded by Jason Njoku and partner sold to Netflix? Iroko was gonna be a giant of online streaming (Netflix of Africa), in Africa, but they sold the company to Netflix. It was not like the company was under distress. Mentally we never believe in ourselves unless we involve outsiders. Think "Black First", yee Africans.
Genevieve, Nollywood's rose. Got to be honest, not happy it was picked up by Netflix with their agendas but still...nice one. It's funny, I'm trying to get a film production startup that lends equipment and personnel for cinema standard films in Africa since it is ridiculously unaffordable on the continent. At least it allows us tell our own stories. I think John Boyega is trying to do something similar...
That will be a major business brother! Locate your company either in Lagos, Abuja or in Enugu State which are production hubs for their movies. And if you are American, they will adore you. They lack capital and expertise that's all. I wonder what black people in Hollywood are wauting for. Lack of vision kills our people
It's good but would be happier if Netflix was not own by white people cause in the end we just contributing to whites pocket...we need our own, because there will be more lions heart and the future and we can't let white capitalize on our art!✊🏿
Nigeria always taking Africa to the world, but it pain's me when ever i see some African countries talking rubbish about Nigeria, Ghanaians respect Nigeria because you are not in the same level with us
+Blessing Ashanti and not all Nigerian people are scammers. What do you expect from the overpopulated nation in d whole continent. Where we have people who are hardworking and intelligent, we also have people that are scammers. I won't say we don't have our bad behaviours but u can't overlook the great things about Nigeria.
+Blessing Ashanti Like wise Nigeria, If u don't know something then don't say it. U probably haven't been to Nigeria or u have been to one place in Nigeria and u are judging them. Nigeria woman are not fake.
+Esperanza lol if you walk around Ghana you will mostly see natural hair or very short natural hair. It is a fact that most women in Ghana are indeed natural and embracing their natural hair. That's the way they prefer it so FOH lol.
90% of nollywood movie is reality of people daily live and hardships. If you looking for Hollywood pictures of male transgender Nollywood is not a good place for you...Poor quality or good nollywood make impact on people.
Hollywood is 98% fictional, emotional with no salt.
Tu51ndBl4d3 Lol the fool shows himself again, didn’t you say you were done? Lol I say tu’bab because it’s what you are, you’re doing exactly what they do, going around pretending to be black or know about black culture while making a complete ass of themselves. Take your ignorance somewhere else your comment wasn’t asked for, but you felt the need to tell black people “their stories couldn’t be told western type format” like Westerns are solely Americans you’re the fucking retard bro, don’t get mad at me. Also how the fuck do you pop in someones thread will bullshit, and tell them to google it? Bitch it’s on you to provide evidence to support you stupid ass outburst, not me. So try again! Maybe before you call someone white you should look at the fact that only one of us has a profile picture or videos, and only one of us is playing the ‘anonymous troll’ game 😂 how pathetic. You’re the only white one here, tu’bab!
Are you a pokemon? Stop saying tubab you demonic white creature. You argue like a little wench, CAN YOU NOT READ?
me: "an epic about nigerian orishas"
you: "you not know the kingdom of ile-ife was in nigeria?"
No I had no idea, that's why I said nigerian in my post you retard. Did I say don't tell african stories, what everyone is trying to get your dense block of stupidity to understand is we can tell stories, we don't need to tell "westerns" GO AND LEARN WHAT THAT IS YOU FLAMING RETARD. That is why I said an epic. go, learn, stop being stupid, google is free.
+Kairaba Musa Sukai We have SOOOO MANY great stories from The Continent throughout the Diaspora. I love the genre of Folk Tales/Fantasy and just in this category it is overflowing! I am a reader, so I don't need movies. But for those that love movies, we have the stories. Take care & keep the facts coming 🙌💪
Bootylicious - natural hair lovin - darker skin promoting African descent cast with African language actually being used! The USA & the world needs more shows like this! YAS! I'll definitely be tuning in!
I'm really curious, what do you mean by trojan horse? African descendants created big booty culture world wide. Hell, the word "bootylicious" & "booty" are ebonics words. Or are you talking about something else.
+Iffeyn Exactly! As usual uneducated black people are acting like we've been gifted something when self-financed home grown African movies have been around for decades! This is simply a Netflix Original so it will get more airplay.
You do realise there are already home grown Nigerian movies on NETFLIX right? The Wedding Party; Fifty; Road to Yesterday; Falling to name but a few. I'm of Jamaican origins and British-born and even I know that. This is not the first Naija film it's the first Netflix ORIGINAL movie out of Nigeria. Big news just for the name and financing behind it.
+Lady de Aude As you SHOULD be proud! Who is telling you NOT to be? Giggle...calm down. Btw, I am AA & I have always been proud of my ancestry. I wasn't raised any other way. And you, as I have stated before, need to talk to a few more AA before you presume to speak on our Ancestors. I also don't use the term "Pure Blood" as if I would refer to a human like that. So sad & derisive.
+Lady de Aude 1.Who is competing? 2. I will assume that you know a lot of AA to make that assumption 3. Do you know the history of AA or are you making wild & unfounded guesses 4. Why do you feel the need to disparage AA? I think you need to reassess Hon. Look around you and learn. Peace to you