AMVCA At 5 May Just Be A Catastrophe Waiting To Happen

Did you know that the 2017 AMVCA is holding this Saturday, March 4th, 2017? Yes, I can guess that maybe you did not know.

Following the nominations that received a lot of questioning and raised eyebrows, little or nothing has been said about the AMVCA. The AMVCA is like a holy grail when compared to the hilarious folly of BON and AMAA awards. So it was surprising that this year, we are yet to see the media buzz usually associated with the award show.

The date of the show was announced not long ago and for the first time in 5 years, the tickets to the show would be sold. Well, I guess even the recession came knocking at their doorsteps.

The hosts for the award was recently announced. The show will again be hosted by Ik Osakioduwa and South African media personality Minnie Dlamini and there will be an after-party that will kick off after the award.

Ik is sensational but let’s be honest. Minnie is just a fine face, she bored us out last year, so we hope this year there would be a difference.

One of the heinous crimes we believe the AMVCA commits is that some of the categories are left for people to vote. Yes, most awards have been deserving, let’s hope this year’s crappy nomination list doesn’t far from expectations.

And we also hope our celebrities can pay for the ticket and also their wardrobe. The red carpet, after all, is one of the best highlights of the show.

Constance Onyeji - Jarret

Constance is a free spirit who roams the world with a paint brush and colors. She loves to read, is purpose driven and passionate about girl-child empowerment and Children with development disorders and is currently developing projects to help this cause. She enjoys a mind stimulating conversation and is always ready to eat fried yam and egg sauce.

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