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Fashion / Re: POST HERE | ALL Modeling-Related Information! by 9jageek: 3:27pm On Jan 18
Interested in becoming a model this 2021? Network with other models, join circles, find casting calls and showcase your talent to the world with the right tools.

Join https://woodlig.com

Fashion / Re: Modelling Tips For 2021 by 9jageek: 2:53pm On Jan 18
You can join a circle here https://woodlig.com
Namkbank:
How can I join a modeling team
Fashion / Modelling Tips For 2021 by 9jageek: 3:45pm On Jan 11
Celebrities / Apps For Aspiring Celebrities by 9jageek: 3:19pm On Dec 09, 2020
The Journey to becoming a celebrity can be a long one. It is a long way from being an artist or actor to becoming a celebrity in the entertainment industry.
Here is a list of creativity and networking apps to help you navigate to stardom.

1. Woodlig - Lig of Stars https://woodlig.com

A Worldwide app that just launched in Africa, targeting Nollywood and other African entertainment markets.
Their app here https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.woodlighub


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XjWwa9a-nI

2. Backstage - https://www.backstage.com/

Like the name says, this is Hollywood's backstage
Their app is here https://apps.apple.com/us/app/backstage-casting/id1215380527

3. StarNow - https://www.starnow.com/

European and Indian markets

Their app is here https://apps.apple.com/us/app/starnow-audition-finder/id456147847

Please contribute more of these apps below and explain the industries they are suitable for wink
TV/Movies / Re: Amazing Action Movie Of Naija Lagos Boys ( Video ) by 9jageek: 12:04am On Oct 08, 2020
Nigerians are talented actors!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1F9XHY-OiM
TV/Movies / Re: Acting Classes In Lagos, Accommodation Provided by 9jageek: 3:53pm On Oct 07, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1F9XHY-OiM

The guys at www.woodlig.com are all about acting and making it in the movie industry.
TV/Movies / Re: Free Acting Classes / Community In Ajah Lekki (acting Anonymous) by 9jageek: 3:46pm On Oct 07, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1F9XHY-OiM

www.woodlig.com is all about acting and breaking into the movie industry

TV/Movies / 9 Acting Tips For Beginners (video) by 9jageek: 12:35pm On Oct 03, 2020

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Celebrities / Re: I Went Into Acting Without Knowing How To Act — Baaj Adebule by 9jageek: 3:58pm On Dec 06, 2019
You can join a program to polish your acting talent https://7thpicture.com

Celebrities / Re: How Swanky Jka, The 'living In Bondage Breaking Free' Star Rose To Stardom by 9jageek: 9:44pm On Dec 05, 2019
With https://7thpicture.com you too can rise to STARDOM.

Celebrities / Re: What Talent Shows Give One The Chance To Become A Star? by 9jageek: 6:08pm On Dec 05, 2019
Do not miss the opportunity to be part of the next talent show that will put you in the spotlight >>> https://7thpicture.com/talent_show

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Celebrities / Re: What Talent Shows Give One The Chance To Become A Star? by 9jageek: 11:27am On Dec 04, 2019

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Celebrities / Re: Fans Excited As Bbnaija Mike Edwards Makes Acting Debut In Nollywood Movie by 9jageek: 11:14am On Nov 29, 2019
Reality shows are the quickest way to get into acting! You can join an upcoming reality show https://7thpicture.com/reality_show

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TV/Movies / Re: What Made Breaking Bad So Good? by 9jageek: 11:36am On Nov 27, 2019
The have a very good opening scene for the pilot program, then it gets slow. But by the end of the episode when it all made sense, I had to watch the whole thing.

They open up by making you think, "how did they get here?"

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Fashion / Re: Miss Intercontinental Nigeria Holds Auditions Across States Ahead Of Finals by 9jageek: 11:10pm On Nov 18, 2019
shocked

Celebrities / Re: What Is The Quickest Route To Fame? by 9jageek: 10:24pm On Nov 18, 2019
Hustle hard, believe and don't give up. Not quick but guaranteed! cool
Celebrities / Re: Why Are Only Celebrities Picked As Brand Ambassadors? by 9jageek: 12:46pm On Nov 13, 2019
internationalman:
bet9ja will make me their brand ambassador very soon when I win the 40m they are owing me

I want to place a bet9ja bet that they will not pay you that money. Who is game?
Celebrities / Why Are Only Celebrities Picked As Brand Ambassadors? by 9jageek: 11:39am On Nov 13, 2019
Newly crowned BBNaija winner Mercy and her ex-housemate and "rival" Tacha have now hit celebrity status since the competition ended. Now they get paid to PARTY cool and get brands to sponsor their expensive lifestyles shocked This makes me wonder if one can become a brand ambassador without actually becoming a celebrity first like proposed in the 7th Picture Ambassador Programme https://7thpicture.com/ambassador

The program wants to identify your talent first and your ability to create a following, and then will push you to celebrity status while promoting international brands.

Celebrities / Re: How Does One Aspire To Become A Celebrity? by 9jageek: 4:43pm On Nov 08, 2019
AdeniyiJoshua:
To aspire, I think is not a problem. Anyone can aspire to be a celebrity. I aspire to be a well known thought leader in my area of expertise. My aspiration to be that person is as easy as I right now desire a grilled full goat meat spiced with all sorts and a full crate of Heineken grin. I have the desire, but to get a hold of that in actuality is where the stress is ... cry

The aspiration is not really a big deal. Becoming what I aspire to be is where the problem and hassle lie.

To become a star, there is much work to be done from the angle of self development and self presentation (Which one could call branding) ... and much more complicated celebrity intricacies, being in the social limelight, throwing oneself out in the right way, creativity, establishing right connections and relationships, harnessing the right platforms to showcase talents... some of which have been rightly mentioned already.

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Awesome point!
Celebrities / Re: How Does One Aspire To Become A Celebrity? by 9jageek: 10:58am On Nov 08, 2019
Personal branding matters a lot. Some are good at getting the attention even if they don't have any talent. Look at Kim Kardashian.

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Celebrities / Re: Bbnaija Made BILLIONS! Can We Develop Indigenous Shows To Replace Bigbrother? by 9jageek: 3:15pm On Oct 07, 2019
Nbote:
No we can't... D ones dat were even more competitive and inspirational somehow died a natural death (Gulder Ultimate search)

What other programs apart from Guilder ultimate search?
Celebrities / Re: Bbnaija Made BILLIONS! Can We Develop Indigenous Shows To Replace Bigbrother? by 9jageek: 3:14pm On Oct 07, 2019
Ladylite:



The only shows that can compete with BB9ja are shows that contain no privacy, sex, and unruly behavior....

Shows that will damage the character of youths in the society...

People these days will never celebrate good shows that promote character, career skills, etc

This is accurate!
Celebrities / Bbnaija Made BILLIONS! Can We Develop Indigenous Shows To Replace Bigbrother? by 9jageek: 2:45pm On Oct 07, 2019
undecided My reaction looking at the whopping numbers reported in income by Bigbrother Nigeria.

240 million votes at 30 Naira per vote, raking in north of 7 billion Naira. The show of course creates Nigerian celebrities but my observation is that, Big Brother is an international brand. If BBNaija can generate this amount, then the Nigerian market can develop its own reality shows and competitions. Multichoice is also not a Nigerian company.

We should seriously look at our own home bred programs coming up like The www.7thPicture.com and may be we will finally take control of our entertainment industry, especially TV shows.
Celebrities / n by 9jageek: 9:52pm On Aug 17, 2016
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Business / Re: How I Shorted The Naira. (forex Strategy). by 9jageek: 3:01am On Feb 19, 2016
Interesting stuff. But don't let Baba hear you bruv grin

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TV/Movies / Re: New York Times Special On Nollywood by 9jageek: 2:13am On Feb 19, 2016
The International community is taking a keen interest on Nollywood and Nollywood businesses. I was shocked to see http://9flix.com featured on an international news outlet. shocked

Phones / Re: Top Nigerian App You Should Have On Your Phone by 9jageek: 9:01pm On Feb 06, 2016
My favourite is this Nollywood films app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ww9flix
Politics / Re: 5 Modern Day Unthinkable Things That Helped Win World War II. by 9jageek: 6:16pm On Nov 21, 2015
True.. There are always ugly sacrifices in order to win.
EUROBOMBER:
In our own case Nigeria had to use starvation.

War is not a christmas party.
Politics / 5 Modern Day Unthinkable Things That Helped Win World War II. by 9jageek: 5:15pm On Nov 21, 2015
World War II was a deadly conflict, it killed millions of soldiers and innocent civilians. It was a war that had to be won at all costs. Some of the tactics employed are unthinkable in this modern day but they were what needed to be done in order for the allies to come out victorious over the axis.

1. Countless Human Sacrifice in the Front Lines: The Soviet's red army lost more than 10 million men in the eastern front. It was the necessary cost of stopping Hitler's troops march to Moscow with powerful weapons like the German machine guns and the Panzer tank. Endless ground troops were sent to face the advanced German weaponry. They were basically marched into a slaughter.

2. City Infernoes: A number of cities were completely set ablaze with air raids and fire fights when they were contended by opposing troops. Including Italian cities, the German city of Harmburg and the Russian cities of Kursk and Stalingrad. Thousands of civilians burnt in the blazes.

In modern day, Unless for military and communication targets, Cities are not indiscriminately targeted in warfare.

3. Poor Working Conditions in Weapons Assembly Lines: In the assembly lines of war hardwares in the US, workers worked very long hours in order to out manufacture and out supply the Germans in weaponry to the front lines. When the workers tried to unionize and strike, President Roosevelt threatened to enlist them in the army unless they returned to work.

4. The cost to animal rights: I'm not sure if there's an existing estimate on the number of horses killed during the war in Europe. The Soviet used specially trained dogs to deliver IEDs on a suicide mission to moving German vehicles.

5. Use of the Atomic Bomb: The US used the atomic bomb, twice, in order to take Japan out of the war. Atomic warfare is unthinkable today as it may lead to a full blown Global destruction.

The World today has many rules to conventional warfare that classify so many things as war crimes including the use of chemical or biological weapons. In the day of politically strong workers unions, PETA and the Hague, can desperate wars be won?

Source: Naijastartups http://naijastartups..com.ng/2015/08/3-things-that-helped-win-world-war-ii.html

TV/Movies / Re: When Nollywood Wants To Film A Mermaid Scene by 9jageek: 3:39pm On Nov 21, 2015
hahahahahahha

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