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Tuesday, January 01, 2019

Veteran Actor RMD Asks Minding Blowing Question Concerning Those Who Spend What They Do Not Earn...

Nollywood actor Richard Mofe Damijo has broken this table oooooh.....









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  1. Baba shook the table big time

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    1. Is there any particular gain when faking it, whoever is faking it should keep-On who cares not my biz.. I have FAITH And I Live in REALITY..

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    2. Can u imagine I was writing up up am waiting for this post anyways
      My RESPECT for u just went off d roof sir. At least an elder with content has spoken.
      The pain is,some of them lose there way,there world while faking this shyt. Best advice

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    3. RMD should please let us hear word. Is it not by fking Marwa's wife that he had his breakthrough? Is it acting that gave him his political appointment? We love RMD but he should easy on the new generation actors. Whatsoever they are doing now to climb, he has done it and more.

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    4. Hello Mercy Aigbe and Toke Makinwa. Are you there?

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  2. Words of wisdom from a veteran actor.

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    1. RMD himself is guilty of this....... Davido too is on this table. E.g. “I just bought a new key and it’s about to land” ......then, “whatever is my father’s IS MINES!!! 😂😂...... Then we all get evidence that “pupsy” actually rented it with his friends few months before, it’s not even for him so how can it be for you, player?🤣🤣🤣

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  3. I saw this on his page. Most entertainers that liked this post are guilty of what RMD said. #smh

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    1. They are all hypocrites. Even Monalisa?

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    2. Anon 14:56,eheeeee? What did monalisa do?
      You are just in a haste to tarnish someone's image.


      ~~~Gee-z

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    3. Shut it. She’s a hypocrite because she does what he wrote there.

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  4. He couldn't have said it any better.
    God's word is sure in my life.

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  5. He's one of the realest entertainers

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    1. Loooool realest whaaat?
      Ok so I’ll just shush here and let him wallow in his quote. Sha know he is also on the same table he just crashed . If you doubt me, ask the team in charge of his brand ambassadorial image 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
      SM and it’s gimmicks

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  6. This a nice and insightful write up

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  7. I have a question - when he was a Commissioner in Delta State and he was spending large and Iyawo was buying big and loud jewellery, was it from his salary? Was it money he earned?

    Or, is it because he’s now out of government he can judge others?

    I like RMD but he who comes into equity must come with clean hands.

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    1. Hahahaha
      I even remember wen LIB wrote he bought a house

      Chaiiiii he almost kill her

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  8. I never liked that saying 'fake it till you make it'. Faith it till you make is my new saying now

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  9. I have said it again and again, if you fake it till you make it, you will wake up one day faking it even if you have made it cos your brain is already used to faking it. Thank you RMD. 'Faith it' is the word for the season.

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  10. In Nigeria's business world, there is something you call "packaging'. If you don't arrange yourself well, your clients will term you "hungry". It is not about faking it. A client will be happy to give contract to a man with his office at Lekki Phase 1 and drives a Range Rover than a man with his office at Mushin and drives a Toyota Tercel. Even though the man in Mushin is more experienced and qualified. Fans don't appreciate struggling actors or actresses, they prefer the actors with better packages. In as much as I don't support living a fake life, sometimes you need packaging to move to the next ladder!

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    1. 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

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    2. This is exactly the strategy Davido and most celebrities use.... Nigerians will readily listen to whatever music these set of people churn out than give a ‘poor’ up kming artiste a chance.

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    3. Na everytime u type your comment u must make mistake?wetin dey worry u calm down iphie na new year we dey so

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    4. This is another angle to the matter.

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    5. And you are right. I cant fake it but I dont judge those who do. In Lagos, it works. It works like a matchstick to a candle.

      My grandville outpatient neighbour drives an old range, with burst balloons that she cant even repair. Hasnt paid her electricity bills and has been cut off for weeks, almost got arrested for giving landlord a dud cheque for her rents. She went to the village for christmas and was screaming on phone that she went to Asia for 3 days for every flat to hear.

      Imagine my shock when a high school classmate drove to mine one day and told me he knows ome big babe that lives in my apartment building. That she os this n that and bla bla bla. I laughed my head off!! And told him thats what fits you Lagos boys. He even told me she is American. I wanted to die!! Very local babe wey no even go school with horrible silly accent. And this ajebor boy has chopped her scam gist finish.

      That's just how Lagos works 🤷🏽‍♀️

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    6. Anon 15:01, you are used to working with greedy, corrupt clients who are more into milking the company from kick backs than actually getting the jobs done. No serious clients look at your so called 'packaging' over experienced vendors with proven track records. Our problems starts with us justifying stupid things and standards that are below per in the name of everyone does it. Your example is not the usual...it is not even common, it is a myth propagated by lazy hungry minds to justify their failings and refusal to hustle. Go out there and prove your worth and true businesses will open their doors for you.

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  11. They like the quote but are all guilty! Fake people!

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  12. Most Nigerian celebs are as guilty as sin when it comes to "Make-Believe" lifestyle, not just celebs, it cuts both ways....
    A person loses a job put lies to neighbours that he/she is on leave.
    A marriage engagement is broken but she tells her friends its just delayed abit.
    A visa is denied after the announcement ure done with Nigeria, but u keep saying its delayed... etc, its a "faking it"... it doesnt have to a house or a car.
    Its the fear of judginas and world people!
    Imagine one known celeb for big spending falls to grace and is seen in keke, the headline news will get him/her depressed instantly! So it has to be faked, dont blame them entirely, some are to be blamed sha

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  13. Social media will not kill people,one madam relationship expert will advice you today not to look at social media riches,tomorrow she will brag. God help us oh

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    1. Is it not that local thing forming dirty celebrity nonsense. It is the young generations listening and following her I blame. Yeye blessing

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  14. But how can they afford the houses and cars if they don't make that much?!. He should just advice against a wasteful lifestyle... U can't fake something out of nothing, except na borrow pose

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  15. Some of these entertainers like show off, that is why people are focusing their eye on them.must you post your car or houses on social media? We don't even know those that are making money genuinely now all because of social media validation.

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  16. When you feel you are in completion with people then you will continue to fake it. For those that want to fake.

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  17. Shey oro niyen?

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  18. As long as the politicians are looting the treasury and flaunting their ostentatious lifestyle in our faces without consequences, only a very tiny minority of the populace will have the discipline and self-control to refrain from copying them by looking for wealth at all cost and faking it if they can't get it. It is a systemic rot that is brought upon us by those supposed to be the guardians of our values but instead have totally destroyed .

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  19. He who comes to equity....... let him come with clean hands oooooooo..... 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  20. He who comes to equity....... let him come with clean hands oooooooo..... 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  21. Ashewo RMD, see you talking. Should I list all the women you entertained in return for high yielding returns? I beg pack for one corner. This is like a married pastor who is sleeping with the married choir mistress, preaching against adultery

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  22. Ashewo RMD, see you talking. Should I list all the women you entertained in return for high yielding returns? I beg pack for one corner. This is like a married pastor who is sleeping with the married choir mistress, preaching against adultery

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    1. Are you finding him? Was it not his relationship with Marwa's wife that made the then military administrator to divorce his wife? Was it not the woman that made him shine in politics? RMD is a repented Gigolo so he should easy on younger generation. I agree he should pack well.

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  23. leave them na, shey when them broke you go dey there?

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