Genevieve Nnaji Celebrates 45th Birthday, Shares Lovely Photos/Video

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Nollywood icon, Genevieve Nnaji has celebrated her 45th birthday with family and friends.

The star who has been living outside the country for some years now took to her Instagram page to share lovely photos and video.

Recall that the star turned 45 on Saturday, and didn’t waste any time to enjoy a good time with her family members.

She took to her social media page to post lovely photos and video having a good time.

She wrote:

“Thank you so much for your love and prayers. Because of you I can go farther. 📌

I love you dearly. 🥰😘❤️❤️❤️❤️”

In other news, Etinosa Idemudia, a renowned Nollywood actress, recently shared valuable insights regarding the significance of heeding advice and avoiding excessive comparison, particularly in the early stages of one’s career.

During her appearance on Arise TV, the actress emphasized the importance of staying true to one’s voice rather than succumbing to the multitude of opinions.

She recounted an anecdote wherein she was advised to emulate actress Adesua Etomi and adopt a more ‘serious’ demeanor, forsaking her unique ‘razz, Benin’ accents.

In Etinosa Idemudia’s words:

“See, my people, in life, just listen to your spirit. Too many advice can cause problems for you in life. When I was getting a lot of attention in Nollywood, some filmmakers were telling me things like ‘why are you doing comedy?’, ‘why are you doing skits?’, ‘you look like Adesua, be doing roles like Adesua.

You need to be packaged, you need to behave well.’ That time, I was doing that my Benin accent, and they were like why are you doing razz things? You’re too fine to do comedy.

Then they mentioned some female comedy people that it fits them, but me, I need to start doing photoshoot and packaging, that I should not ‘mumu’ myself.

So that caused a lot of confusion and conflict in my head back then, trying to figure out should I package and speak English? Or should I keep on doing my razz accent?

So I stopped for a while. I said I was not going to do skits again. I’m just going to be doing serious Nollywood.

I would even have some of my colleagues at that time who I’d want to put in my skits that would tell me ‘no, I want to be a serious actor. I’m not doing skit. I don’t want any producer to think I’m not serious in life.’

But look at 2024, look at those same people. All those ones that adviced me against it are now doing skits.

Hypocrisy! So when you’re growing, don’t listen to any person o! Just follow your God given destiny and pray to God for your own ideas.

Now, I’m doing my skits, I’m doing my serious films, and I’m doing everything I want to do. I’m telling my stories my own way with no distractions.

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