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Genevieve Nnaji: 30 Days Later

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Field Marshal

ABSOLUTE SUPREME RULER
#62
i really love everything about these young talented actrees,jenny you are doing the right thing.

generally, i am very impreesed and i really love everything about these young talented actrees.she is doing her best to make sure she comes out with flying colors in every movie she take part.jenny i really admires your character and i must confess that you are one in a million.lots of love,4rom darnell.

jenny is the most beautiful black queen in the nollywood industry,there is no comparetion with these young lady.
U see am? :confused:Which kain mixture be dis wans nah?:1087:
 

NTB

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#64
i really love everything about these young talented actrees,jenny you are doing the right thing.

generally, i am very impreesed and i really love everything about these young talented actrees.she is doing her best to make sure she comes out with flying colors in every movie she take part.jenny i really admires your character and i must confess that you are one in a million.lots of love,4rom darnell.

jenny is the most beautiful black queen in the nollywood industry,there is no comparetion with these young lady.

Another double Id on the move. Upon all the Genny threads na for this particular one you come post your first comment :teu26:
 

NTB

Well-Known Member
#67
I read the full interview. Genny that was really vintage you. You are just too o o much. You're welcome back from Babylon (but the wicked carried us away captivity .........). You are carried - quality not quantity. What's happening with your website?

So who is the wicked :confused:
 
#72
:roll...

Wonder...Wonder.....wonder wonder wonder.....Wonder wonder wonder wonder wonder

Make dem turn to wonderer!

:roll

RIP Fela....


Basket Mouth don come again oooo...

My dear paragon....n body is compairation your favourite actress okay...it is well
 

NTB

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#73
If all of una no commoth for this thread I will unleash 30 days of fastening on all of una including Genny.
 

Field Marshal

ABSOLUTE SUPREME RULER
#74
If all of una no commoth for this thread I will unleash 30 days of fastening on all of una including Genny.
Na so u dey always................. Abeg see nomba 4 for yonda! NA so so force u dey laiki! Or abi na Fasting u be wan tok, as in to abstain from food? :rolleyes:

Main Entry: fas·ten
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): fas·tened; fas·ten·ing
Etymology: Middle English fastnen, from Old English fæstnian to make fast; akin to Old High German festinōn to make fast, Old English fæst fast
Date: before 12th century
transitive verb
1 a: to attach especially by pinning, tying, or nailing b: to make fast and secure c: to fix firmly or securely d: to secure against opening
2: to fix or set steadily <fastened her attention on the main problem>
3: to take a firm grip with <the dog fastened its teeth in the shoe>
4 a: to attach (oneself) persistently and usually objectionably b: to place forcefully : impose <fastened the blame on the wrong person>
intransitive verb
1: to become fast or fixed
2 a: to take a firm grip or hold b: to focus attention
— fas·ten·er
 

NTB

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Na so u dey always................. Abeg see nomba 4 for yonda! NA so so force u dey laiki! Or abi na Fasting u be wan tok, as in to abstain from food? :rolleyes:

Main Entry: fas·ten
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): fas·tened; fas·ten·ing
Etymology: Middle English fastnen, from Old English fæstnian to make fast; akin to Old High German festinōn to make fast, Old English fæst fast
Date: before 12th century
transitive verb
1 a: to attach especially by pinning, tying, or nailing b: to make fast and secure c: to fix firmly or securely d: to secure against opening
2: to fix or set steadily <fastened her attention on the main problem>
3: to take a firm grip with <the dog fastened its teeth in the shoe>
4 a: to attach (oneself) persistently and usually objectionably b: to place forcefully : impose <fastened the blame on the wrong person>
intransitive verb
1: to become fast or fixed
2 a: to take a firm grip or hold b: to focus attention
— fas·ten·er
sharrap :teu26:
 

Sola

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#78
I think people are just scared to take the first step, to take risks. They’ll take risks when somebody else takes the risk. She was like “okay, we’ll take the risks”. We’ve been working partners ever since. She’s a fantastic lady. She’s strong. I thank God for the day I met her. I don’t know what I would have done without her. She’s done a lot in such a short period of time and that’s the truth. But there’s no way I would have settled for less. I’m sure if there was no Mildred, I would not have a manager today. I would probably be sleeping in my house somewhere in Lagos now. I’m glad I met her.
Wow, Genny on Mildred Okwo. I hope things are back to the way she spoke in this chat...
 
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