Dear Uti,

I’m a fan of Uti and I believe the truth needs to be told. I”m writing this because of Uti Nwachukwu attitude at the F.A.M.E event held at Oriental Hotel, he was to Host this event with a lady.

The event red carpet started at 5pm everyone was seated at the hall of the event waiting for Uti to arrive not until around 9pm he showed up.

He came late to the event, and mounted the stage without even a sign of remorse to show the audience and his fans for coming late.


Celebrities all over the world are loved and seen as icons because they depict peace and love.

Contrary to what is obtainable among some Nigerian celebrities, it seems that the fame has gotten into their heads so much that some of them abuse, shun or sometimes fight their fans, the people who made them.

The rationale behind celebrities especially in Nigeria getting into a fight with their fans, abandoning shows and being disrespectful to journalists is something entertainment pundits deem bizarre.

One question I ask these entertainers, presenters is that who made them popular? Without a medium which is the media, they are nobody.

A fan could see his favourite celebrity and want to go greet him/her, the next thing, the celebs puts up an attitude as if they came to beg for money.

A lot of entertainment critics believe that fame is not for sale but when it comes, it should be a blessing instead of a curse. Remember, the media made you and the same media can destroy you for good.

Yours Sincerely,

Ahmed Ayoade.

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