Popular Nollywood actress, Destiny Etiko, recently quizzed her colleague, Jerry Williams, who gave her a lustful look on the set of a new movie.
The curvaceous thespian had taken to her Instagram page to share photos of herself and Jerry taken on set.
However, in the photos, Jerry, who was holding Etiko’s hand, appeared distracted and was focusing on her huge derriere.
Sharing the photos on her Instagram page, Etiko questioned her colleague, Jerry, demanding to know what he was staring at.
“Bros wetin you dey look oo..” She asked.
In other news, media personality, Emmanuel Ugolee, has urged people to stop judging a woman’s attitude based on her relationship status.
Emmanuel took to his Instagram page to address individuals who believed that married women are the ones with excellent character and unmarried women are the ones with terrible character.
According to him, being single was not a punishment for having a bad attitude and that being married was not a reward for having a good attitude.
“One of the most commonly believed notions right here.How unfortunate then it will be, to on an umbrella note “yimu” at that guy who got divorced at 42 and say he was “too irresponsible to handle marriage” or to the lady divorced at 39 and say for sure “no man can live with her type”.
Meanwhile in reality, the 42 year old had a promiscuous wife and the 39 year old, an abusive husband.
On the contrary, A late homecoming, wife bashing, addicted to gambling and no providing guy is at least still a husband they’ll argue. So he gets the pass on “Responsibility”. Same goes for woman who makes the home h*ll but works out a cohabitation plan with her spouse. She gets to keep the “Responsible” tag too. And would be quick to remind you, “its Mrs K please” when you dare make the tittle omission while addressing her.
The power of marriage to protect in this regard is a mirage. So if you use it for that plastic cover, its only a matter of time, the heat called reality would melt it away. If you are also guilty as charged for labeling people based on the marriage status and not their real character, we change that today. Do not forget that one person cannot make a marriage work. Just what if you have labeled wrongly the one who tried the hardest to make it work?
Shout out to all those who have truly stuck it out in marriage because of the true reflection and impact of their characters and sense of responsibility. But please never again label a single person whose story you do not know.”