Media personality, Daddy Freeze has reacted after Big Brother Naija star, Bella took to social media to brag about her beauty.

The 25-year-old reality TV star had taken to her Twitter handle to share a video of herself raving about her good looks.

In the video, Bella spoke about the amount of work and resources that go into maintaining her beauty. She attributed her beauty to her good genes and said that it costs a lot of money.

“It’s not easy to look this beautiful. It costs money and good genes”, she said. Watch the video here.

In response, Daddy Freeze posed a question to Bella, asking if there were other values she possessed apart from her beauty. He noted that while beauty is awesome, it can become a nuisance if one does not have value.

“True…. But asides the beauty are there other ‘values’ you have. Beauty is awesome without value it’s nuisance”, He wrote.

See his comment below,

In other news, Nigerian singer and music executive David Adeleke, professionally known as Davido, has shared how he started his singing career.

The 30 BG boss who headlined the American business magazine Forbes’ 30 under 30 Africa Summit that was held in Gaborone a few days ago revealed during a chat with the publication that his initial career aspiration was to become a producer.

According to Davido, his older cousin was the musician in the family, while he was into the technical aspect of things.

However, he later discovered that he was very good at singing, which led him to pursue a career in music.

“I used to be a producer. I have always wanted to be like in the background of things. So, I used to have an older cousin, he was like the musician of the family. I’m the last born of my family.

“But then I was very good with like computers, tech, stuff like that. So, when he told me he does music, I quickly went to go and learn how to record music from YouTube. I bought a computer, programme and everything, so I started learning on YouTube. Then I started recording artists.

“One of my cousins that always with me every time in the studio, he noticed that if you are an artist and I’m recording you. He noticed that if the artist made a mistake, I’m like ‘Nah, don’t sing it like that, sing it like this. Sing it this way, it will catch their ears more this way.

“So, over time doing that, I was like ‘Yo! I’m better than everybody that I’m recording’ I was like ‘You know, maybe I should record a song’. The first song I ever recorded, blew up”, he said.

Leave a Reply