Media personality, Uti Nwachukwu recently had this interesting interview with Ynaija ‘s Wilfred Okiche, see excerpts below:
Everyone has their first time, what was your first time on television like?
You mean when I got disvirgined? I was a bundle of nerves. My first
try was the Next Movie Star but that wasn’t so bad because it was more
local. But for Big Brother Africa, I was shaking up until the moment
that we went up the stage but once I got up there, it was like this is
where I am meant to be. The minute I stop getting nervous before a big
show or before my movie is released, then maybe it is time to stop
because it is a sign of a need to better myself.
Lets say Big Brother Africa did not happen, what would you be doing?
I don’t know honestly. I guess I would still be where I am today but I
would have had to work a lot harder to prove myself. BBA was a divine
intervention and I am forever grateful for that. I am a spiritual person
and I always trust in the lord to make it happen for me.
Alright, you were going to tell us about your first sexual experience
It was the most awkward moment, I didn’t know what to do. This was SS
2, I was 15 I think. I had no clue what I was doing, had no idea about
the motions, I had problems finding where to put what and even after
finding it, I did not know how to move, it was a disaster and my partner
even complained about it. I was so embarrassed.
Doesn’t sound romantic…
There was nothing romantic about my first sexual encounter, no candle
lights, no whispers of I love you, it was a one night stand which was
horrible. After that day I went to watch some adult movies and by the
second time I was a champion.
And the partner?
I am happy I never saw her again till this day and I never want to see her in my life because it was really bad.
There are those who say reality shows are a lazy way of becoming a celebrity.
Lazy? Let them go and be locked up for 90 days with a camera tracing
your every move. There is so much to prove. If they focus a camera on
you for just 2 days, people will probably hate you forever. It is hard
work, your whole life on television for 90 days. Non-stop. Haba!