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The Entertainment Industry Is Full Of Envy, Hate, Pride And Unwarranted Rudeness

Posted by on August 16, 20210

Paul Play

Paul Play Dairo

Veteran Nigerian singer, Paul Play Dairo, has lamented about the entertainment industry, stating that it is filled with hate and envy and unnecessary competition.

He opined that the industry at the moment is filled with envy, hate, pride, and unwarranted rudeness. He particularly took a swipe at entertainers who have problems with helping their colleagues publicize their work.

He said this wasn’t the case when he and other entertainers like 2face, Ruggedman, and others were strong in the industry.

His post reads;

”I TRIED TO KEEP QUIET but I got to say this . ThE ENTERTAINMENT industry is now full of ENVY, HATE, PRIDE and unwarranted RUDENESS.

How much will it really COST u to post your colleagues advert ? It doesn’t cost you anything , it’s not going to affect your brand or make your fans run away . I’ve been away from the game for quite a while but I’m sad to realise how terrible things have turned.

It’s like they PREFER TO HELP U WHEN YOURE DEAD . To post your picture and organize sbows to celebrate your passing. HOW MANY PEOPLE WERE THERE FOR THE CELEBRITIES WHO PASSED when they were alive ?

I can recall vividly when we started this game . Though we has competition . STYL PLUS No dey pose for RUGGEDMAN , 2FACE no dey pose for PAUL PLAY, TONY TETUILA no dey pose EEDRIS . We always hang out at the show even at the after party .

NOW I HEAR our young CELEBRITIES don’t even wanna see eye to eye . It’s always a group of two of three when they do . I KNOW WHAT THIS IS ALL ABOUT : MONEY? But I’m wrong because every A lister is getting money . The real problem is what I will construct into a question :

WHERE IS THE LOVE ???

I’m happy how the industry has evolved and I’m happy for every single artist that has made it . But hey BE HUMBLE !!!”

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