December 4, 2022

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In one of our past pubications, Global News reported about a monosexual activity going on between one of Nigeria’s most celebrated media and entertainment personnel and one time winner of the Big Brother Africa who represented the most populated country in the black world. Recently, the ‘culprit’ was a guest on popular TV’s show Rubbin’ Minds, explained that the relationship was part of his passion of giving back to the society as he and his partner went everywhere but reneged that it was all in an effort to help him (his partner).

There had been rumours about the hidden motive of their relationship and he wondered why “many Nigerians” would complain that celebrities were not using their status to help others; and when they do, there would also be suspicion about them being in involved in amorous relationships.

“In Nigeria, a lot of people feel that you cannot give someone so much without getting something back in return; which is most likely sex,” he said.

He referred to the speculations as “very ridiculous, but of course it didn’t affect the relationship. We would sit back and laugh because me I know my friend, I know say him like woman well well, and he knows me as a very disciplined man but I like women.” said

The handsome dude further threw some light on his recent activities which includes music.

Although, he refused to rate himself as a musician, he noted that he grew up with his multiple talents, and has enjoyed the new experience because of the reaction it drew from many fans, as they were mostly shocked that he could sing.

Mr. U also put out some harsh words for his critics who have tagged him as fame conscious. He noted that he had no reason to allow anonymous comments affect him. He said: “My skill is to serve serious minded people, or in layman’s terms, people that have sense. I don’t work because I want to entertain daft or dull people.

“You have to be extremely mentally challenged to take an anonymous comment seriously. Serious people would actually come to you and I have not met any serious person that has abused me to say ‘why are you everywhere’?”

When asked to talk about his love life, he plainly said “There is someone in my life, but we have not given our relationship a name yet”

He recently opened up on his relationship with his rumoured gay partner and Actor whose first name started with A.

Mr. U who was a guest on the Channels TV’s rubbin’ minds show, explained that the relationship was part of his passion of giving back to the society as they went everywhere together so he could help give Mr. A the exposure his talents deserved.

There had been rumours about the hidden motive of their relationship and he wondered why “many Nigerians” would complain that celebrities were not using their status to help others; and when they do, there would also be suspicion about them being in involved in amorous relationships.

“In Nigeria, a lot of people feel that you cannot give someone so much without getting something back in return; which is most likely sex,” he said.

He referred to the speculations as “very ridiculous, but of course it didn’t affect the relationship. We would sit back and laugh because me I know my friend, I know say him like woman well well, and he knows me as a very disciplined man but I like women.”

Some call him Ugo Na Chonmma, others refer to him as Omoge to Rewa or the Hausa title kyakywar yarinya (gorgeous damsel).

The story of Mr. U will not only set the pace for blockbuster chart but is capable of re-orientating most struggling young lads out there. He is an ex-Big Brother winner and sometime in the past there had been very audible speculations about his sexuality. But that has in no way stopped the viciously ambitious young man from forging ahead. It is a known fact that most housemates and winners of both reality and talent shows become very irrelevant not too long after their rise to spontaneous stardom but for him, that is not the case as he has come in full blast into the world of entertainment.

From acting to presenting even to comedy shows, he’s calling the shots but it is in the area of style and fashion that his profile has witnessed the most astronomical rise. Local designers court him faster than Harry Winston does with Hollywood stars. There is no red carpet event that he does not attend looking glamorous and expensively trendy, give it to him, his swagger is unrivalled.

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