Etcetera who recently called out popular rapper M.I, has come after other popular celebrities D'banj, Genevieve, Wizkid calling their show off wealth lies.
Artiste Etcetera who is popular for calling out celebrities from time to time and he is at it again.
He wrote again attacking Nigerian popstars D'banj, Wizkid, Genevieve Nnaji, Iyanya, Oritse Femi.
"Again, I’m going to go out on a limb here to talk on a subject that may not be very popular or nice to Nigerian celebs, especially the guilty ones. I have said it severally that just because someone is a celebrity doesn’t mean they are smart"
About D'banj: The residents of blogosphere boulevard were stunned when the news broke that D’banj got an eviction notice from his landlord and was also said to be highly indebted. Yes, it is hard to believe that someone of D’banj’s status could actually be thrown out of his house. But for those who knowthat the Nigerian entertainment industry is built on lies and more lies, it didn’t come as a surprise or a case of a cranky landlord. Entertainers are well rehearsed liars. They are not what they make you believe they are. Even the upcoming artist with just one song on radio issues a press release that they’ve bought a mansion in Lekki Phase One and a Range Sport SUV?
About Iyanya: Did you hear it on breaking news when Iyanya bought a house in his dreams? His management must have thought it was a fantastic promo strategy then. If only they knew that not far into the future, Iyanya would be dragged by his balls across the floor of the internet, and that his aggrieved brother would take to twitter to inform everyone that Iyanya had been evicted (not from Project shame) from his dream mansion.
Wizkid: Like it was revealed this week that Wizkid’s car hasn’t been paid for.
True, some naija musicians make a lot of money, but not the kind of money they want you to believe.
Oritsefemi: Does he look the part of a N200m house owner even with all his body cream? Yes, it is double wahala for deadi-bodi and the owner of deadi-bodi but won’t it be tripple wahala for Oritsefemi and his management when fans eventually discovered that the N200m mansion he purportedly bought some months back was actually bought in his dreams and not in the real world?
Genevieve: I shivered when I saw in some blogs over the week that Genevieve just bought a house in Ghana for a whopping $4m. This will go down as the grandmother of all lies told so far. Genny baybay, you should have asked yourself if there’s any house worth $4m in the whole of Ghana, except you bought the Ghana National Theatre which by the way may not be worth $4m.
These lies are getting dumber by the day. The worst thing that can happen to any man is believing his own lies.