BN Saturday Celebrity Interview: She’s Called “Vixen” For a Reason. Meet TV Presenter Yvonne Ekwere

Posted on Saturday, March 24th, 2012 at 2:28 PM

By Adeola Adeyemo

Whenever the young and intelligent Yvonne ‘Vixen’ Ekwere gets in front of a camera and she charms her audience easily. She started off her career as a TV presenter at an early age of 21 after being a co-host on a radio programme for a year. Now aged 25, she has matured in the profession and is the recipient of several awards including the Dynamix All Youths Awards- TV presenter of the year 2010, ELOY (Exquisite Lady Of the Year) Award- TV personality of the year- 2011 and FAB Award- TV personality of the year 2011. She is the Entertainment News producer and presenter of E-Weekly on Silverbird Television. But aside from TV, she is quite versatile and has done some modeling, stage presenting and music video appearances. She speaks to Adeola Adeyemo in this exclusive interview on various aspects of her life.

Having witnessed only a few photo shoots myself, the one I chanced upon at my meeting with Yvonne grabbed my attention and even though I had to wait more than a few minutes for her to strike different poses in front of an ever-demanding photographer, it was an interesting wait. With clothes, shoes, make-up and jewelry strewn all around the place, Yvonne was in her zone as she changed look after look to the delight of the photographer who kept clicking away. When she was through, the ‘Vixen’ and I sat down to chat and for someone who has conducted countless interviews herself, our conversation flowed easily.

Childhood, Growing Up & Self-Discovery
Did you grow up watching a lot of TV?
Obviously, as a child, every child would be glued to the TV either watching cartoons or watching those children shows, but I would not say I was a TV addict, I would say I was a radio addict because I love music. I can’t survive without music. I grew up listening to a lot of radio, listening to local radio stations. I would have my ear phones in my ear listening to my walkman for hours.

As a teenager, did you have any idea of what you wanted to accomplish?
I used to deceive myself into thinking that I wanted to be a lawyer. I was a rebel in high school. You couldn’t tell me sit down and I would sit down there, I would tell you why I don’t want to sit down. I used to argue a lot and I thought naturally I would make a good lawyer but I didn’t know what I wanted to be. I knew I was talented somehow because I used to teach dance, I had a choreography group where we would sneak out of class and I would teach them how to do different dance routines, so I thought I could be a dancer but I never had any idea I would do anything in showbiz.

You were a radio presenter before coming on to the TV screen. How did you get into radio?
There was this show called the dance party hosted by Wild Child now known as IK Osakioduwa. It was this hilarious, fun, exciting drive time radio show on Rhythm 93.7FM and I would always tune in every week to listen to him. One particular day, when I called into the show, he said I should come on the show that I had won a spot as a co-presenter. When I got on the show, I was nervous but I was just a natural talker; I would flow with him and engage the audience and the audience was impressed, he was impressed, and that is how I became his co-presenter alongside Chinedu Iroche. We did that for about a year from late 2007 to 2008.

How did you move on from radio to TV?
It was while I was on radio, a staff of Silverbird said “since you are this good on radio, there is an opening for a TV presenter so you should come out and try the audition”. I was reluctant about it because I had never been a TV person but after much persuasion, I went. At the audition, I was wack (for lack of a better word). I was the wackiest person in that hall that day, so I thought. But then I got a call later on to say I had gotten a job as a presenter for E Weekly and I was in disbelief, but I was excited. The rest like they say is history.

Did you go through any formal training before you presented your first TV show?
I did not go through any formal training.

What then did you study at the University?
I studied part-time History and International Relations at the Lagos State Universtiy, Lekki Campus. I didn’t necessarily like it that much because it was not my thing. At the time I was leaving high school, at Holy Child College, I wanted to study Creative Arts because I love to dance, I loved people looking at me, that is what I wanted to to, but because society and parents said you have to be a Doctor, or Engineer, or something like that, I opted for Law but it didn’t work out so I went in for History and International Relations.

Were there any presenters you remember watching when growing up that influenced you?
Oprah is a major source of inspiration to me. She has been through a lot and she still inspires people. She has been very instrumental to the success of a lot of people and she is a philanthropist.

The Big Screen
Tell us how you hosted your first TV show and how that felt?
It was nerve wracking. I didn’t know whether to look at the interviewee, or to look at the camera, or the producer. I had my little piece of paper with the questions written down and every now and then I would look at the piece of paper when the camera wasn’t on me and ask my questions. My first interviewee was the then Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria, Adaeze Igwe. I was nervous as hell but I went through it.

How old were you then?
I was 21.

What is the worst thing that could happen to you while presenting a show or interviewing someone?
On set, I am very spontaneous, anything could happen. I can decide to crawl on my head, I can decide to run around the red carpet but the worst thing that could happen is that while I’m doing that in my ‘theatrical mood’, the camera man is not filming, I would drop dead. And guess what, I’m not dead because that has happened before and I was very upset.

What happened then?
I was interviewing Tonto Dikeh. I was doing my thing, enjoying the interview, we were engaging each other. And when I was done, I did my sign out, said “thank you for watching, goodbye” and all of a sudden, the camera man said to me, “ can you take that all over again, I wasn’t recording”. First of all I froze, and then the next thing I saw around, I flung it.

For other people aspiring to become TV presenters, what would you say is the most important thing to consider?
The most important thing is to know why you want to become a TV Presenter.  If you do not have the natural God- given talent to speak to people and engage them in front of a camera, then I’m sorry, TV presenting is not for you. I also would advice anyone who wants to do that to be humble because the media would paint all sorts of pictures. It can misrepresent you but at the end of the day, if you are humble, the real you will reveal itself.

What has been the drive for you?
The drive so far has been being a source of inspiration to a lot of people. I have had people come up to me and say they love what I do and that inspires me to continue doing that.

When you feel down and you just have to present a show, how do you transmit positive energy despite your mood?
That is how I know I’m a good actress. I don’t know what magic the camera lenses have on me but once we start recording, I’m a different person regardless of what has happened. I always bear it in mind that there are thousands of people who are watching me so I don’t give them the opportunity to see me in a very bad light.

Looking into the Future
Do you ever get worried that you would one day lose your touch or maybe become boring to your viewers?
I never worry about that because I’m naturally gifted. Nobody can be like me. I’m not trying to sound arrogant but you are unique, and no matter how hard I try, I can’t be like you. So even if a new person comes on, nobody can do it really like you. The best connection is to be yourself. Those who like your personality because you are showing off the real you will like you anyway.

What new projects are you working on?
I’ve been approached to do a couple of roles in a few movies so I’m looking to start acting soon. But I’ve recorded a few songs and that is where my heart is drifting towards now, music.

From TV presenting to Music, why the drift?
Music has always been my first love. It is something that I’m going to try out now because I have the talent. I am a singer, I love to rap. My first rap song was written when I was 17 and I recorded it and it was produced by Freestyle of Trybesmen then. I easily could have become the Mo’Cheddah of that era but I never released it because I was nervous and I never want to hear it again because I know I sounded like crap.

When should we expect to have a taste of your musical abilities?
I have recorded a few collaborations that won’t be out anytime soon but definitely it would be out before the end of the year.

Which musicians did you work with?
(Laughs). I’m not going to tell you. You would have to wait.

What genre of music should we be expecting from you?
I’m very versatile. Expect urban reggae, soul, hip-hop, techno, but most of all expect good music.

You’re taking quite a big leap you know. Are you prepared for this?
It would be a big leap that I hope would work out but then again, it’s something I’ve always wanted to do. Before I started TV, I’d always pictured myself in front of a loud crowd, with a microphone, singing. It’s something I know would work out and I have a lot of friends in the industry who are willing to work with me so it shouldn’t be a problem.

Love, Family, Life
You are already a force to reckon with as far as media goes at what most Nigerians would refer to as a tender age. How did you achieve that?
I owe it all to God, I don’t have a logical explanation because I never planned to be where I am today. It’s just been God’s grace, not my doing because he has given me the talent and he has opened doors for me. I’m still in school. That in itself is tough but it’s a choice that I’ve made and I must continue.

Was there someone early on who gave you a big break in your career?
My big break was IK, because if he hadn’t put me on radio, nobody would know who I am. Maybe God would have sent somebody else but God sent him at that particular time and so I owe a huge chunk of my success to IK.

You have been an active voice for the NGO, BornTroWay. What inspired that?
It’s actually not my NGO. It is run by an Italian friend of mine. She is a humanitarian and I thought since I had the ability to speak to people as a TV presenter, why not try to help people. BornTroway is a local term for waste and I believe that no individual is useless regardless of your family background or social status. It is about going into marginalized areas in the country; the ghettos, trying to seek for youths who have talent and helping them to harness that talent.

How do you manage your love relationship under the glare of the media spotlight?
I keep my private life very private. I’m not in the Showbiz industry to show off. I’m not going to talk about him because I don’t want you guys looking out for him every time. But yes, I am seeing someone.

What is your family like?
We are entertainment inclined in my family and so I naturally drifted towards things like music, acting, making jewelery because I maked beaded jewelery too. My second cousin, Liz Benson is an actress. She has been a major source of inspiration to me. My grandparents were music enthusiasts. My mother, I think she was the one who pushed us all into music. She made five of my sisters form a musical group and we had our very first concert at the Muson Center in an era where there weren’t many shows. I performed for the very first time at the age of 7. I sang ‘Jesus loves me’. I’m the seventh child.

You once featured in Goldie’s video. What was your role in it?
The song is called “You Know It”. I was the girl who got her boyfriend snatched by Goldie and I was very upset in the video. I attempted to slap her but it never happened.

You have a very vivacious fashion style. Does it come from the demands of your job or is it a personal thing?
Style is personal for me. I’ve always been stylish one way or another. My mother and grandmother are very stylish women and I think I got style genes from my grandmother precisely.

What dictates your style?
My mood. I’m very versatile but at the end of the day, whatever I’m wearing has to be classy, very memorable and there has to be a touch of vintage because I like things from the past era a lot.

Are you a label person or a ‘whatever fits’ person?
Nope, I’m not a label person. Labels are just names of people who don’t know who I am; I’m making them richer by the day. But if the quality is not in tune with my standards, I will not wear it. Anything that fits my taste is fine by me.

Why do you choose to be known as ‘Vixen’?
I used to get a lot of good compliments about my eyes so when the opportunity came to give myself an alias, I thought I should give myself a name, I thought of a female fox, Vixen, which is a very sexy animal with intense eyes.

What is an average day like in the life of a TV Presenter?
It’s very glamorous so we are very eager to be away from all the cameras. It is sometimes chaotic; you have photo shoots, recordings, you have to be in studios for a voice over, you have to interview people, but at the end of the day, it’s a lot of fun.

Modeling is something you have been linked with. How did that come about?
I’ve modeled for two fashion brands, Zebra and Aduke. The owners are very good friends of mine so I decided to grant their requests to model their clothes.

How do you keep in shape?
Work keeps me in shape. I’m always up and about, long hours, I don’t sleep well, I don’t eat well, but then I try my best to do my own personal routines. I take long walks and I do dance burn outs.

What would someone find weird about you?
That I’m an introvert. When I’m done with all the glitz and glamour of showbiz, all I want to do is stay indoors. I don’t like too many people around me. This is ‘Vixen’ talking to you now. Once I’m done i’m ‘Yvonne’, another time I could be ‘Rasheeda’. Rasheeda is the razz one.

How lucrative is TV Presenting?
It has been lucrative in the sense that I’ve been awarded a few accolades. But with regards to finances, it’s not as lucrative as other professions in the industry. A TV presenter cannot earn the same as an actor, or a top model. But then again if you are the kind of talent that the industry wants, they will pay a leg and an arm for you to work with them. But you have to climb the ladder up.

Yvonne ‘Vixen’ Ekwere in Goldie’s Video

Yvonne ‘Vixen’ Ekwere in interview with Funmi Iyanda

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    • missglam March 24, 2012 at 3:06 PM

      Yvonne is a stylish woman….. go girl!!!!

    • christy March 24, 2012 at 3:18 PM

      Well said ,ds has been my dream too,going abt it has been my shortcoming,I ve always had stage fright.she s cute nd sassy.

    • Nma March 24, 2012 at 3:48 PM

      lol…she sounds crazy fun, funny, confident and candid. Nice interview.

    • G March 24, 2012 at 4:09 PM

      Quite arrogant! Shuuuuuush!! She’s not d first to b interviewd and d last time I checked, d “celebritie” in question wr all very welcoming, humble and sharp! Rubbish!!!

    • mekhi phifa March 24, 2012 at 5:10 PM

      Like seriously who cares I neva liked frm d 1st day I saw her on my big screen…lol. She is “2 in my presenter gets me on my last nerve”

    • Chi-ka March 24, 2012 at 5:17 PM

      Yvonne is 25? Wow! She does look older than her age. Even at that, kudos to her, she’s had a great career… :)

    • cathy March 24, 2012 at 6:18 PM

      i love my eyeneka swell

    • Addy March 24, 2012 at 6:22 PM

      i cant believe she is only 25? Her make up makes her look old!

    • my March 24, 2012 at 7:15 PM

      Her makeup artist needs to be SUED!!! She looks older than her age!

    • nikki March 24, 2012 at 8:55 PM

      ‘Don’t want you guys looking out for him everytime’? Lol! Who cares who your boyfriend is?! Are you Juliana Rancic or what? You have a great careeer but puh-lease get over yourself babes.

    • chinco March 24, 2012 at 9:50 PM

      Gosh!!! 25??? Thot she was like 35, looks a lot older. Anyway these pictures are nice.

    • christy March 24, 2012 at 10:16 PM

      Yea,totaly agree,nt jst d makeup even in Godie video,she luk okda than geneive who s above 30

    • Truth Teller March 24, 2012 at 10:28 PM

      @Addy, you got the words outta my brian. She’s just 25 and looking this mature???

    • Omogidi March 24, 2012 at 11:34 PM

      In essense vixen, u didn’t go to School?????

    • rita March 25, 2012 at 6:18 AM

      Piece of advice to her; She needs to stop receiving invitations to every damn event that she gets, i’m so freaking tired of seeing her face every where.

    • YEYEAREWA March 25, 2012 at 8:37 AM

      aww, and 2 fink yyvonne and i went 2 sculs close 2 one anoda… she was a tomboy… buh she has been a funny down 2 earth kinda gurl ryt frm high scul. kip it up doll. xoxo

    • R March 25, 2012 at 1:30 PM

      I agree with all the others above who have issues with her character. I have met Yvonne and she is ABSOLUTELY COCKY/ARROGANT (and I’m really speaking politely coz itz ‘bellanaija’)…

    • crantz March 25, 2012 at 3:33 PM

      i love her style…dark and lovely! but i would never thought shes just 25 :O wow! you rock girl http://crantzcouture.blogspot.com/

    • shanday March 25, 2012 at 5:59 PM

      Why d beef guys? Seriously smh

    • baby March 25, 2012 at 6:15 PM

      people can hate on this BN sha

    • queebeecee March 25, 2012 at 6:28 PM

      who?

    • remi March 25, 2012 at 6:34 PM

      She was a tomboy in high school and she was nice too. I hope she goes back to ber old self.

    • remi March 25, 2012 at 6:35 PM

      Holy child girls go all the way!

    • femmelounge March 25, 2012 at 11:17 PM

      she’s done so well for herself at 25, wish her all the best.

    • nwababy March 26, 2012 at 4:21 AM

      …and what the hell is she arrogant for?I mean see the schools she attended sef!Are you kidding me?And the last time i checked , in Naija it is called ‘Secondary School’ not ‘High School’..Mchewww!They just dash celebrity status to everyone in Naija.

      • remi March 26, 2012 at 4:29 PM

        nwababy, Just so you know Holy child college is a very good school. she was part of the last set of the government, it now a missionary school. It but just any kind of school. It a school that taught me how to be a lady, rising my head high and not settling for less.

    • bukky March 26, 2012 at 5:32 AM

      I LOVE Funmi Iyanda!!!She is s0 down to earth…

      Why does Yvonne have a British-Vietnamese-American/Yugoslavian accent??

      • Moi March 26, 2012 at 9:45 AM

        hahahahahahahha….afi british-vietnamese-american-yugoslavian accent naa…lolllz

    • kem March 26, 2012 at 7:52 AM

      you can never please everyone ohhhhhhhhhh, if tuface was a bit snob, he probably wld av said no to some of d ladies…lol, anyway just take it easy girl….it nt easy to be a celebrity, take it easy and do ur best..

    • kem March 26, 2012 at 7:54 AM

      common guys, she doesnt look that old naa, give the lady a break, she is just exposed and confident so would look older since she runs things people in her peers arent close to….lol

    • tim March 26, 2012 at 9:53 AM

      her locally aquired foreign accent was obtained at holy child .

    • Otis March 26, 2012 at 10:09 AM

      Why do people feel the need to hate? She isn’t my friend, but I dont get the audacity with which failures are quick to tear successful people down; the girl is only trying to do her thing and here some of you are, hating! If you dont like her, its fine; you arent expected to like every one how much more every famous person. Read her interview if you must, diss her and roll your eyes all you want, but try not to bring all that negativity to public space. The reality of hating people for little or no apparent reason is only because they dare to achieve and follow their hearts and you only hate because you lack the gutts to do it. Its unfair and hateful. If you can’t support then shut up! And for you who noticed she was all over the place that night? You certainly are enthralled by her or you want to be her. Another irony is that most of all these hateful comments are coming from women. Blasted haters!

    • burnt March 26, 2012 at 10:15 AM

      Arrogant

    • Berry Choco-Latté March 26, 2012 at 11:07 AM

      I quite enjoyed the interview actually.

      http://ajebutternysc.blogspot.com

    • Ufuoma March 26, 2012 at 11:28 AM

      nice presenter but full of herself and over does it

    • pynk March 26, 2012 at 12:45 PM

      is she really 25? damn she does look older, and Nigerian photographers, please get off the photoshop, kilode or is it airbrushing. kai.

    • Jmk March 26, 2012 at 1:00 PM

      D young lady is hyper ambitious/active,dis is the best time of her life to pull dat off,if she was 30 or 40 smthg n actin lyk dis den it would b totally weird.

    • Nikky March 26, 2012 at 1:42 PM

      LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

    • mekhi phifa March 26, 2012 at 2:48 PM

      As 4ds chic I can’t understand how she is been seen as a celebrity and see comments ooh! common guys does she deserve such attention…….?
      Lmao @tim “her locally aquired foreign accent”, but abeg o when has it turn 2a crime dt if u hav a good accent or at least speak very good English with a little accent evn if u haven’t been outside d country?
      Pls I hate when Nigerians diss celebrities dt expresses themselves very well in English.
      So 4doz hav problem wit “spoken english”lol…if u had listen very well 2ur English teacher frm pri. 2 secondary sch (not High Sch)
      in ur sch. days u should av bn indifferent abt dt by now.

      • Leanne March 27, 2012 at 12:08 AM

        there is a differennce between trying to break your neck because you want to speak english and actually speaking good english. Genevieve speaks good english – and oh yeah her accent isnt LAFA
        Tonto dikeh – breaking neck to speak a mixture of accents
        Hope this helps

    • Next March 26, 2012 at 3:11 PM

      Idiots!!! She is not my friend but I support her. People start hating when its obvious someone is better than them. You people should sit in your rooms, hold your fat chins, position your nose and Yimu.

      Watch her closely, she must be someone who carries herself well and does not feel like dinning with every Sandra, Nkechi and Matilda. Hence, the terms ‘arrogant and snob’ which she may not be. Ladies, encourage and support others, you won’t die if you do.

      YOU GO YVONNE!!!

    • adesewa March 26, 2012 at 3:19 PM

      My darl vixen! Above all u ave aroused all of this conversations! U r indeed a force to reckon wt!, u ave bin entertaining!…looking thru ds replies wl show u further to a brighter future wc I knw u r bright enof to grasp!…jst LOL !…

    • Nice Anon March 26, 2012 at 5:43 PM

      “Why does Yvonne have a British-Vietnamese-American/Yugoslavian accent??”

      I freaking DIED! LMAO! Interesting comments indeed

    • Miss T March 26, 2012 at 8:22 PM

      Not a fan but she has quite a lot of haters, hmmm! Makes me want to believe a little bit of what is being sed, but then again you have to meet someone to judge for yourself. That said, I absolutely adore Funmi Iyanda, she is a very principled woman.

    • Leanne March 27, 2012 at 12:05 AM

      association – i am sure her celeb friends dont think she is cocky
      an average person that went to school with her thinks she is cocky
      primary/secondary school childs play. SIMPLES.

    • toks March 27, 2012 at 4:49 AM

      To be honest I don’tsee any reason why she should be hated on! I’ve met. Celebrities with horrible characters but still they get away with just about anything because they are ‘famous’ I don’t know this babe personally but what I do know is that she is talented abd very hardworking, I’ve watched her closely and I see that she’ll be a major force to reckon with in the nearest future. She has worked so hard to get to where she is, she may not have the most appealing personality judging from some of your negative commentary but what I do I know is that she will blow up. She has worked from the ground up from being a visitor of rhythm fm just like I was to becoming a house hold name on. Tv so please stop the un necessary hate, stop trying to bring people down! They will only move up while you stay anonymous and die of hatred. This babe has contributed to the widespread popularity of todays ‘stars’ through her work so please let her be.

    • Mayvid March 27, 2012 at 11:10 AM

      We love you with your flaws and all. As you strive for perfection remember that the road to your greater self is long and demanding, and even when you reach the stop it will be lonely but you will contend with only great minds who have triumphed over challenges to make it there. Rise above the “NOISE” make your country proud above all make your self proud. WE ARE PROUD OF YOU!!!!!!!!!

    • SRN March 27, 2012 at 11:21 AM

      Wow! Your talent is amazing (unfortunately all of it is not featured here) thanks to you and your work we get a glimpse of how beautiful and resourceful your country is. We are definitely promoting “TEAM VIXEN’ never mind some mindless remarks here. We truly admire how someone with so little can do so much. Yours is a true story of determination, courage and drive against all odds. We are inspired “Bella Nigerian Princess” SoulRock Love from all SoulRockers from around the world.
      We look forward to seeing you soon.
      SRN

    • Foxydrea March 28, 2012 at 9:08 AM

      Hi Yvonne or should I call you “VIXEN” I get your conception of the alias and oh my! you are beautiful! so is your sister who has shared your work in music with me. We are very excited about your career and how far you’ve gone, but we are even more excited about what’s going to be happening next!!! You may not know how much your talent has impressed and encouraged certain people over here. You’ll find out soon. Stay grounded and keep working hard! Great things are around the corner.
      Love always.
      Drea.
      Los Angeles, Carlifonia

    • QM 1 March 28, 2012 at 12:09 PM

      Baby girl! Congrats you’ve done it again! AN OOOH CHILD YOU GOT SOME PEOPLE HOT AND BOTHERED! about all that fabulosity!!!!!! Go’n cover girl don’t sweat the small stuff. Keep your head up. LIGHTS! CAMERA AND ACTION ! you’re ready for your close up and there’s more to come. I love you with a SoulRock love that you cannot break free from.
      From your girrrl and big sis!

      QM 1

      West London, UK

      FYI, you know who you are ??!! it’s GIULIANA RANCIC.

    • Knoxphyfe March 28, 2012 at 1:08 PM

      Oh la la! Tres belle la Princess Nigerian! Belle comme ta soeur! Hey Yvonne excuse my french
      (-; did you know your name is french? excuse my english too but I had to give it a try….. I like your pictures but In my opinion we can do it a lot better. Your sister talks a bout you and I seen other pictures maybe when you come to Paris i can show you some of my work. I have aparticular look I did for Vogue that might be interesting. You look just like our Mar!lyn you’re gorgeous. Good luck in what you are doing and look forward to seeing you in Paris.

      Knoxphyfe

      Paris 750016

    • Rolfdrc March 28, 2012 at 2:36 PM

      MrRolfderealcreator
      So do the pretty girl rock ! you’re so cute ! and we’re taking this to another level…… I wanna come to Lagos when you do come over again to NY it would be nice to have you on some radio shows in Ny and Monte – Carlo you’ve got some really cool materials we can perfect and what’s better than having raw talent to prep into something amazing?
      Nigeria needs to show it’s good sides more often it’s a pleasure reading this.
      You’re blessed and you know it ! So do the pretty girl rock !

      Nah better ! … do the Majestic SoulRock !

      Manhattan, NY

    • shayor March 28, 2012 at 3:40 PM

      Ihardly comment on BN but Vixen….what do u mean by you are humble????? are you serious? you are very arrogant..remember yomi black’s pool party, u created a scene cos breeze blew a disposable cup half filled wif drinkn on you…i didnt even notice what happened until it became obvious that i was the one you were calling names….i was just wondering who you were fighting with. i shake my head again, i can give you another instance and name names. you are cute tho and i used to like you a lot but trust me, you are as arrogant as hell.

    • Kurukere March 28, 2012 at 8:11 PM

      LMAO!See how they went to enroll people to come and say nice things about her.You guys dont have to mak eit so obvious now!!hehehe

    • peju March 29, 2012 at 6:59 AM

      ROTFLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL LMAOOO it’s true oooohh! see her friends comments!

    • oyin March 29, 2012 at 1:51 PM

      Yvonne or Vixen you shouldnt have go hire peeps to speak for you na, am dissapointed,
      to fink I was going to say nice things about you oo, dont mind ma BN peeps we are like this.
      But really I like your hustle and God bless it for you.

    • olamide April 3, 2012 at 12:27 PM

      this vixen gal na wa! so all dis pple wey dey stay california come dey spell “carlifonia” so, also no Naija homey to stand for u? u berra hurry to “carlifonia” and all the other dead countries ur frnds come from, i decided u were a write-off the day u dissed Naeto-C for bragging abt his M.Sc ……gurl u tink say na beans? now i understand the beef u had for the smart young man N01….he no send or toast u, N02…..na high sch u stop! abt ur beauty and being hardworking? ur bitchiness just killed it for me…….i no see u at all….BN post my comment o

    • Hi December 30, 2012 at 4:59 AM

      I like Yvonne “vixen rasheeda” ekwere.