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Saturday, May 27, 2023

Actor Pete Edochie Responds To Criticism About His Handshake With The Ooni Of Ife..



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  1. "Nigeria Has Igbo Problem. Nigerians will probably achieve consensus on no other matter than their common resentment of the Igbo."

    ~ Chinua Achebe

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    1. Gbam, the only thing uniting this country is the hate against Igbo's. Everything we do is poison to them
      In my next life I'll still come to this world as an igbo

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    2. Lol. Most of ya'll are the same no matter how educated. Same ol victimhood game that no longer works. You'll engage in tribalism for years and once the people say no, enough is enough and give you a taste of your medicine just once, you now start crying of victimization. You are hardly on good terms with any tribe in Nigeria. Heck you aren't even on good terms with yourselves but the rest of Nigerians are the problem. Talmbout Nigeria has Igbo problem mtscheww

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    3. 'The only thing uniting this country is the hate against Igbo's'. What a an insensitive statement.

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    4. It is Nigeria a country with over 300 tribes that has an Igbo problem, it is not the Igbos that have a problem with over 300 tribes in Nigeria and that is why as you say the over 300 tribes have a common resentment of the Igbo. So sad that Igbos are not listening to why a lot of people not just tribes in Nigeria but outside Nigeria all have this common resentment of Igbos you have pointed out.

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    5. Anon 11:41 are you refuting or emphasising Teejay's POV? Pick one side and stick to it.

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    6. That anony say even Nigerians abroad have issues with igbos. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€. I live in America, and been there for almost 20years. Pls tell me which state, and the people and let me point out your lies. Eesah Dey there Dey yarn rubbish like say we nor no say the word Igbo Dey give am nightmare, let alone the tribe and people. Keep hating people God has blessed and favored. Na your hate, but na our success and God’s peace and guidance.

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    7. Nigerians still elected Igbos even in their states for posts, but simple land Nigerians can buy in Southeast, just because they are not Igbos yet you guys claim to be victims. Igbos should take a deeper look into their affairs, and tell them selves the truth

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    8. For clarification for those saying a titled man, etc. The Oonirisha is NOT a "titled man", He is the one that "titles" men. According to Yoruba tradition, he represents God on earth.
      Pete's and Femi's greetings may be overlooked because of the forum. In more formal settings, they're expected to bow before the Oonirisha.

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    9. 18:57 he represent god but he was bowing to a white man? Make una dey play.
      In whatever settings, even if Pete finds himself in the onnis palace he will NEVER bow to him. Know this and rest easy

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    10. Anony 18:32...you can lieeeee.πŸ₯ΊπŸ˜’
      Nigerians can't buy land in the SouthEast abi?
      May God help you.

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    11. @19.39 He may represent God even in heaven to his people not to everyone. Don't force your beliefs on others. Pete Edochie is also guided by his beliefs, their titled chiefs only bow to their own chief maker, after Ooni is not his king. Its all these emilokun attitude that continues to put us in one chance.

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  2. I can see where yul got his infamous character from apple no dey fall far from e tree

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    1. Nawaoh, so him shaking the "infamous" Ooni makes him a wife snatcher or am i missing something?

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    2. Yes, you clearly missed everything!

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    3. How does this response show that he has a bad character?

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    4. You can see what? You can't see nada.

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    5. Exactly what came to mind. God forbid a family like this for my kids. Terrible humans.

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  3. He shouldn't have responded

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    1. Milkshake na here them go see you

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    2. He may not be the one handling that social media account.

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    3. Exactly, inferiority complex.

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    4. Oh please! His silence is even going to be an issue for you, so please keep your unsolicited opinion to yourself.

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    5. Thanks sis

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  4. This is just part of the Gbas-Gbos between Yoruba and Igbos for the next 8 years. Normally, this handshake matter shouldn't be an Issue, but Yorubas are playing the offensive early in the match. They are showing our brothers from the East who runs this game. They can't afford to be on the defensive. It's no longer business as usual. We told you that Yorubas are not going to sit back and watch ya'll desecrate thier tribe, leaders, and everything they hold dear the way you did to Northerners for the past 8 years. The battle line has been drawn. Some people just met their match. This game go too sweet die πŸ˜€. We Northerners are spectators for the next eight years. Lets go there! 🀷‍♂️

    🚢‍♂️🚢‍♂️

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    1. Go and sit down empty vessel. A man of his age and size should postrate to whom exactly? Is he one of oni's subject? You are very daft. Let's assume he visited his kingdom that would have been a different ball game altogether. Tell me what will be the case of Tinubu when they meet? Please use logic and leave local trouble

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    2. This is sickening. How do we really move forward as a nation if you continue with thus non value adding narratives

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  5. When you pay people money to defend rubbish. Election don finish. Tribal war continues. Those that are paying this people better stop because 🚢🚢🚢🚢🚢

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  6. When I was watching the video, and I saw where they ushered Sir Pete towards the Oni. In my mind, I begged God not to let Sir Pete prostrate to the Oni. And thank God he didn't. I don't know much about other people's culture, but I do know that Pete is a titled holder, hence the red cap. If you watch the video well, you'd see that the Oni was happy, just excited to see Sir Pete and others. He was even the one who stretched out his hand for a hand shake but Sir Pete rather gave him that their special hand shake. To me, that's respect on the Oni enough.. But this is Nigeria. Soo








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  7. You people think he’s the one run that account? πŸ˜‚ probably yul running it.

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    1. For your mind now, you made sense ba?

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    2. Me watching Milkshake jump up and down this post responding to every comment that talks bad of Sir Pete. Hip for hypocrite 😎

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    3. @anon 13:14,don't mind that "hip""vijumilk😁😁.

      O wa lara won!!mtcheeewwww

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    4. Anon 13:14 not just Pete, he has deep is seated hate against the Igbo's, anything post talking negative or bad about us, you will see him jumping up and down.

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    5. Anon 13:11 yes I made sense! If he was interviewed I’ll believe it but that he went on instagram viewed Someone’s story, agreed with it and reposted on his own story is a lie. He’s not the one, someone is handling that page.

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    6. Lol
      Keep up with your masturbation
      I said everything that i said
      Periodt!

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  8. Normally, a respectable titled Igbo chief doesn't bow to anyone younger.

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  9. Even if he is not a titled man, this is a general function. He did not go to his place, they should let this man be.

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  10. The video I saw, the Ooni was excited to see Chief Pete Edochie and stretched out his hands eagerly, and Pete greeted him the Igbo way. Anyone that has a problem with that is a wicked human being. The two men did not. Besides, there are photos of Otedola, a yoruba man shaking the ooni with hands, and oops, they have no problem with that one. Hypocrites!

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    1. Simple.

      The Summary is in the name.
      An Ogbuefi doesn't bow before a man.

      Wonder what the argument is.

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  12. This handshake hullabaloo over nothing sha made me go and watch Billionaires Club 1&2 as someone in KOK's comments mentioned and mheeeen! These Nollywood veterans finished work. I could watch, rewatch and overwatch that movie for a whole month and not get tired. Patience Ozokwor killed her role too and Sola Sobowale delivered even in an Igbo setting. Dem dey act abeg no be all these ones wey believe say acting na to open chest and waist down dey speak with confused accent.

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  13. Pete doesn't handle his social media page.

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  14. Pete Edochie won't even bow to an IG we, but y'all hoped he'd bow for Ooni? For? Because? Didn't femi otedola a yoruba man that shares same culture as y'all crying biggots give y'all s ooni a handshake too? Don't y'all bigots feel he's the one that disrespected y'alls culture and should be dragged? You people are sick o, An Igbo royalty shouldn't respect his culture so y'all bitter vultures would be pleased? Dreamers.

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    1. Even tinubu's son was dragging their onnis bear bear bear, no they did not see that one

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  15. Out of curiosity, how would he have greeted the King of England?

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    1. He'll greet King Charles standing.

      Check other Ogbuefis and pictures of their visits to Buckingham Palace.

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  16. He is not the one running the account.

    KING XOXO MYSTERY

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