Possibly Nigeria’s Bey and Jay, power couple things.
According to LIB, 33 years old D’Banj and Nigerian screen goddess Genevieve Nnaji, 34, are back in love again, two years after they first called it quits.
You recall the two lovebirds have been spotted at events together recently.
D’Banj and Genevieve had dated on and off from 2009 to 2011 before Genevieve called off the relationship because of D’banj’s commitment issues.
Genny is reportedly, currently staying at D’banj’s Lekki home, and they are already talking marriage.
Production has wrapped in London on the British drama “Farming,” starring Kate Beckinsale, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Damson Idris, Variety has learned exclusively.
Nigerian-British writer and director Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje helmed from his own screenplay based on his autobiographical story of the same name.
The script was developed in the Sundance Film Institute and chronicles Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s own coming-of-age story growing up fostered by a white working class family in the U. Idris, star of John Singleton’s FX series “Snowfall,” plays the lead.
Beckinsale plays his foster mother and Mbatha-Raw portrays a benevolent teacher who offers him one last chance at redemption. Han Way Films is handling international sales and distribution, and is selling the movie at the American Film Market in Santa Monica, Calif. Kenya Moore really does have and “African Prince” and she is in Nigeria with him right now. Back in March of 2013 I posted a blog about Kenya Moore and a Nigerian singer being very chummy at an event in Houston, Texas. Grab a tall glass of something and let Tamara Tattles spill all the tea for you.My blog was quoted by some Nigerian blogs and I remember reading their comments about D’Banj (what the hell do you shout out in bed when that is your man’s name? I’m just curious) who is apparently quite the ladies man, or Kokomaster as the Nigerian women refer to him.In fact, D’Banj’s lyrics are the source of the slang terms “Koko” and “Kokolette” loosely referring to a woman who is good in bed.Anyway, I have spent TWO DAYS trying to find a post that I know existed but no longer does.Perhaps it was lost somehow when I moved from Blogger to Word Press?Of perhaps there is some mysterious conspiracy involved.But I distinctly remember arguing with some Nigerian women who did not want to believe that D’Banj and Kenya were in a relationship.D’Banj is wildly popular in Nigeria and perhaps they have been keeping their relationship on the down low to avoid upsetting his fans.