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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Actress Liz Anjorin Denies Granting Interview Saying She Cannot Marry A Poor Man

Controversial actress Lizzy Anjorin has denied granting any interview where she said she cannot marry a poor man and asks them to step forward with evidence that she did.....
 







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    1. Please did this lady grow up in abject poverty? Why is she this loud and tasteless with her fashion especially the jewelry?

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  2. Na wa oh..What is this peahen of a woman always disturbing the peace...

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  3. But it's not a crime to say you don't want to marry a poor man, me I DON'T want to marry a POOR man.

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    1. It's not a crime but in Nigeria you have to keep your hypergamous plans to yourself or you will be called a gold digger by lazy babied men and the women that love to settle for them. You will also scare away rich suitors. You have to be subtle about such things

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  4. Her English is terrible. Must you speak English? It is headache inducing.

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    1. She will soon say it is Toyin.

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  6. These her picture look somehow

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    1. Your "these" sound somehow.

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    2. English language no easy o

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  7. Nawa, this IBON is tooo much πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  8. Finally gotten my blog id.. Yippee! Fellow Bvs pls welcome

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    1. Your name reminds me of that cartoon in Jimjam...

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    2. Peppa!!! Reminds me of Alex in the movie "if loving you is wrong"

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  9. English is hard for Yoruba actors and actresses

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    1. See as she be like Egungun masquerade 🀣

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    2. No other local language corrupts spoken English like Yoruba. It affects the accent, the tenses, the general command of English for most. My love for yorubas and the language destroyed my English expression. It was a real war for me till I made a habit not to speak Yoruba unless it is very necessary.

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    3. Na wa for you o saphire. I speak Yoruba very well and have started watching Yoruba films again and my English is immaculate. It depends on upbringing. If you were brought up in an English speaking household no amount of Yoruba speaking can change that. I learned a lot of Yoruba from yorubawood.

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  10. OK.....

    Poor men take note;you can shoot your shot now!

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  11. Someone has told this lady the naked truth
    that she will retire from the shelves.
    So she has come up with denials.
    Try another joke.

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  12. When her lips are so loose how will they not misquote her?

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  13. When her lips are so loose how will they not misquote her? Seems like something she can say sha

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  14. Liar! She has said it on her Instagram page and did a video to support it.

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  15. Enter your comment...okay

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  16. Why does she always have a lot of things on her body.. from the head gear down to very large and loud jewelries. Nawa oo.
    Aunty own your shii and stop denying!

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