Nollywood Actress Genevieve Nnaji, has gotten a reply to respond to some of the recent outbursts of her colleague, Ini Edo. Genevieve Nnaji break the iceberg when she mentioned that she felt insecure about her beauty and feared that one day she would grow old. she further that stressed this was the reasons why she adopted a inclusive good-looking schedule, and that she hoped to keep wrinkles at yap to some extent.
The exposure was pulled-out up by the competitor Ini Edo, when she said both Genevieve and Omotola were aged and that they would never be able to holdup the beginning of the unavoidable wrinkles. After the common exchange of words among the three foremost ladies, Omotola also shatterproof the fear of ageing, she was planning to go abroad for plastic surgery to improve the size of her breast.
Ini Edo was on hand again to hark back Omotola that breasts could not be magnified at will like car tires and that there was a bound to what a woman could do to battle nature. Now Genevieve is so earshot of Ini Edo runing her mouth that she has sent her a word of advice.
“Ini Edo just got married and she’s already having problems with her husband because she’s not around to cook his meals and keep him company. If Ini is good at advising people, she should start by advising herself. She should stop all the cross border talking about age and go home to cook for her husband. That is what is important”.
Nollywood reporter, Marigold Madueke, said Ini Edo has herself to blame. “I wish these Nollywood superstars would mind their own business for a change. Failing that, I wish they would talk about each other without getting involved in each other’s family business but I guess that once the box is opened, anybody has the license to talk about anything.
“If Ini Edo can breakout and strike Omotola and Genevieve with charges of being old ladies, then that mean Genevieve can also scrap back and ask Ini to go and cook for her husband.
Maybe when Ini edo gets annoyed by these statements, she would hold back herself too but we all know that it’s not going to happen. So let me think on the statement and say that when you have the job of being top actress, it is difficult to perform several marital tasks. Your schedule won’t permit it so there’s no way Ini Edo is going to be able to do that.” Sarah Ofolabi of Film Essence disagrees: Ini Edo only has herself to blame. That is why they say that if you live in a glass house, don’t throw stones.
Clara Oduntun, editor of Cinema Today, said it is attractive that Genevieve should select Ini Edo’s marriage as objective. “It has been said in Nollywood that with Omotola already married, Genevieve had wanted to marry before Ini Edo. Unfortunately, Ini got ahead of Genevieve so there’s still some competition on the matter.“Genevieve had a daughter when she was 16 and she’s been waiting for marriage to legitimize everything. Ini Edo got married, but as far as Genevieve is concerned, she is not putting her superlative effort into the relationship.
Thus, when Genevieve decides to poke Ini Edo, the latter’s marriage would be ideal for target practice. At the same time, it is an acknowledgement that Ini Edo has hit gold by getting married and that she had better start spending some priceless time with her family. The news editor of film Nigeria, Victoria Sandton said the three women are oblivious to what people think about their words and actions.“Their rivalry overwhelms them to such an extent that they fail to recognize boundaries and no one seem to know to when lines are crossed. Ini Edo will wade into Genevieve’s private business easily as Genevieve wades into hers. And it is only a matter of time before Omotola follow suit.
The attractive thing is that as job opportunities continue to get smaller in Nollywood, their rivalry continues to glow bright and that is most likely because it is one of the magnets that make Nollywood what it is.However, Genevieve has touched on a theme that is very dear to Ini Edo and we are waiting for the brawny emotion that will convoy Ini’s response.”
Ini Edo “Both Genevieve and Omotola are old – that try as they could, they would never be able to delay the onset of the inevitable wrinkles”