So on Saturday, (one guy like that) a filmmaker I later found out came out and accused the producers of “The Wedding Party” of deliberately excluding the northerners from the production of the blockbuster.
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This guy in my own opinion is the definition of a bad belle somebody.
I understand his worries but like Uheu said the movie is a private sector driven initiative and not a national cake project.
Like Fatima Sheu pointed out the movie was not supposed to be a federal character movie.
The movie centers around the marriage between two major tribes in Nigeria. The Yoruba family of Dotun and the Igbó of Dozie, was a third person supposed to get married?.
And I wonder whether it’s the kannywood that banned an actress for hugging a man in a music video that Kemi Adebita would have gone to go and pick an actress that will probably have to kiss a fellow actor or twerk for the camera.
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Then they will come down again and say that Nollywood is trying to corrupt their culture.
I want to believe this guy said what he said just because he had to say something. “If people are not talking about you then you’re nobody” or probably just because he wanted a fifteen seconds fame to put his name back in the media.
Anyway, northern inclusion or not the wedding party was and is still hit
Ikan toh bá wò anybody lọ lè fi ẹnu wọn su.