He shared the controversial photo of Ebuka from the big brother house
that got people talking and also shared his Agbada photo that broke the
Nigerian internet few days ago.
According to him; What does it take to get you attention? Read below….
“I am very proud of Ebuka Obi Uchendu. Ironically, not entirely
for the same reasons he is becoming a serial world record internet
In fact the contrast between both the reasons is the reason I write this.
Have you met the young man in person? The air around him leaves
him helplessly likeable. Humbly strange for someone who knows many find
his look striking. Ebuka is violently intelligent and his sense of humor
is hardly rivaled. The character behind the 6 foot plus hunk is even
I saw a post once on IG where someone was asking God to give him a
friend like whoever had that Banky proposal picture taken & kept
the secret for that long. I said lucky me, he was my friend for a few
months but has been my brother for 11years. Ebuka, my no1 confidant
Lets say not all may get a chance to see this personal side to him so what about his public professional performance?
With a masters degree, Ebuka has been outstanding in every genre.
Remarkable columnist for Thisday newspaper & TV host. As
monstrously successful a host as IK had been with the BB franchise, not
one tweet from the public insinuated he was missed when Ebuka came thru.
With all of his hard work, I haven’t read a single article
praising the young man for his successes and labour. They have neither
been itemised or hailed as a source of inspiration.
But alas! He has shown again for the second time what it takes to
make the world go gaga for you. First by wrongfully parking his organ
and now by wearing one attire
Is this what it takes to get your attention dear youth world of
mine? How many more people go completely unnoticed with amazing feats
achieved because of what we worry about the most
The best Debola got for making Obama rise to his feet was a few
tweets from his close friends. Does Kemi Adetigba need a mans attire to
get acknowledged for what she’s done in the mans world? Common people
I am certain that in 50yrs when our grand kids recount the legends
of our generation, Ebuka would not wish to be remembered as the one that
wore the Agbada. That’s no Wole Soyinka status
Worry about outdoing him b4 you worry about his tailors number dear youngster-