Erica and Laycon fans have already begun to react in their diverse ways to what is going down on Laycon’s new reality TV show.
Erica and Laycon Fans React to I Am Laycon
Yesterday marked the beginning of Laycon’s new reality TV show on Showmax; I Am Laycon. Reactions from Erica and Laycon fans have begun to trail the first episodes that were released, and one of the scenes that really got people talking was where Laycon moved to halt his brother from mentioning Erica’s name.
Erica’s fans, the Elites, have not taken lightly to this and how Erica was portrayed on the show. Other people believe that Laycon and Erica might have already settled their issues and have become friends. In contrast, people on the outside keep perpetuating a fight that probably isn’t actually happening.
Erica has just revealed that she recorded a trendy sound that most people are familiar with. She told that she voiced the “It’s STG” label for the producer. She said she did it in 2015.
Veteran Nollywood actor, Pete Edochie has endorsed his son’s aspirations, Yul Edochie to contest for President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 2023.
Zlatan Ibile’s baby mama, Davita, has sent a word out to her ‘haters’ that they cannot separate her and her baby’s father, Zlatan because the baby is the glue that binds them together.
Israel DMW has apologized to DJ Cuppy for his statements regarding the Gelato, Zlatan saga. He said that he acted based on what he had heard and he would not do it again. Davido, Zlatan and others have reacted by making fun of the man who handles Davido’s logistics.
The Occupy Lekki Toll Gate protesters have been warned by the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, that the security agencies will not pull any punches when dealing with any protester who might want to cause any havoc.
Toyin Abraham’s husband, Kolawole Ajeyemi, took to his Instagram to celebrate and congratulate his wife on acquiring a new Brabus tuned Mercedes G-Wagon.
Moyo Lawal took to her Instagram page to share how she received an outrageous electricity bill from the electricity company. She lamented that she does not run a factory or industry in her house, but was still charged as high as 700 thousand naira for her bill.
UNICEF has said that COVID-19 will still be around in the world for at least another 2 years.
China has banned the BBC from their country, citing a breach of broadcasting regulations with a particular report. This came just a couple of days after the CGTN, China’s foremost broadcaster was also banned in the UK.
Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike, has promised Rivers United football club the sum of 20 million naira if they can defeat Enyimba football club of Aba in their CAF Confederations Cup playoff game billed for Sunday.
The Tokyo Olympics boss has resigned after he made a statement some time ago that was considered sexist and there were lots of calls for him to step down from his position.