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You are Hungry Dirty B*stards — Car Dealer Slams Erica And Her Manager(Video)

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American based Nigerian car dealer, Chidi Mikes has responded to the accusation levelled against him by the management of disqualified BBNaija Lockdown housemate, Erica Nlewedim over failed promises.

Chidi Mikes, in a live chat with his media partner, explained his side of the story and how it transpired.

Chike Mikes live with his media partner

He revealed, that he was looking for a brand ambassador for his company; and the person must be a Big Brother participant so when he saw Erica, he really liked Erica and wanted her to be the one.

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He went on to say that, they invited Erica’s management and had a meeting with them, while Erica was still in the house and it was agreed in the contract that the sum of N2million and a car would be given to Erica during an Instagram live.

 

He continued, that though Erica was disqualified, he didn’t bulge and mentioned that Erica’s management failed to acknowledge their part of the deal on social media.

Chike Mikes, however,  stated that even if she refused to work with him, he would still be generous enough to gift her the sum of five hundred thousand naira.

As seen and heard in the live video, Chidi was hurling insults at Erica and her management, calling them hungry, dirty b*stards

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Source: www.seniorngr.com

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Over 500 Nigerians Request To Join Ben Murray-Bruce’s Film School In Nigeria In Partnership With Hollywood

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Nigerians have come out in a large number to request to join Ben Murray-Bruce’s Film School here in Nigeria which would be having partnerships with giants from America’s Hollywood.

Ben Murray Bruce, a former Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria had taken to his Facebook page to seek the opinions of Nigerians about their views on joining his proposed film school.

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As of the time of filing this report, the post had only stayed for less than 2 hours and has gotten much support from different youths, willing to join the academy as soon as it is established.

Though not everyone had supported the idea, some claimed it was better the Senator invest in the Health care sector rather than the Entertainment industry.

View the post and some reactions here:

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