Connect with us


“BlackBerry Babes” – What Does This Movie Say About Us?



For the past few weeks, a movie poster for a Nollywood movie titled “BlackBerry Babes” has been making the rounds on social networking sites and Nollywood fan sites all around the web. The initial fascination was based on the assumption that “Nigerians have become so addicted to BlackBerry devices that we just had to make a movie about it”. However, as clips of the movie began to emerge online, the questions got a little bit deeper. The story follows a very common theme that we have seen in a thousand and one Nollywood movies – wayward young women trying to live above their means. In this case, the focus is BlackBerry smartphones. The movie “premiered” via YouTube last night as has received over 27,000 views. It seems as though having a “BB” has become a “standard” that Nigerians expect people not fall below. Case in point, several young ladies and gents have mentioned that rather than asking for your number, intending suitors ask for their BB Pin and if they don’t have one, they get a blank look and then “see you around”. A young entrepreneur with a budding business also noted that prospective clients ask for his BB pin and since he doesn’t have one, he has lost significant business because of that. Anyway, back to the movie.

The official movie synopsis

From the Producer behind the Nollywood Hits – “Beyonce and Rihanna“, “White Hunters“, “Girls Cot” and “Life Partners“. Simony Pictures Introduces BLACKBERRY BABES (BBB) Damisa (Oge Okoye) and her friends (Tonto Dikeh, Mary Remmy, Annie Macaulay) are the Blackberry Babes, their economic, social and dating lives are organised and pay homage to a connected mobile world. Witness the lengths that girls will go for the love of material wealth…

The question is, what does this say about our movie industry and most importantly, what does it say about our society?

Clips from the movie – BlackBerry Babes

BN has received confirmation that NollywoodLove is the legitimate online distributor for the movie, therefore, here is the full-length movie link. Thanks.


  1. The Truth

    March 18, 2011 at 8:55 am

    I came to say First

    • Omogekofo

      March 21, 2011 at 9:35 am


    • Alpancino

      August 2, 2011 at 8:26 pm

      So dummmmmmmmmm

    • Purpleicious Babe

      March 22, 2011 at 5:37 pm

      lool…. love it… jokes… THE AMAKA has got nothing on u ohh.. lol


      September 5, 2015 at 9:04 am

      The blog has launched.

  2. moi

    March 18, 2011 at 8:59 am

    Simple: 9ja too craze 4 fashion….we ova do things too much..we take it to extreme asin we press P (just like I am presently pressing one)….D craze 4 BB didn’t just start…it is just naw watered down, naw everyone has one or must av one…..mschewww.
    U kno dere nothing wrong wit BB, bt 9ja pple don make me HATE d brand…..ask majority of dem why dem use am…u go go fear fear, they av no idea except to carry 4 hand, bbm (almighty according to my friends) and use 4 shakara……..There are other tush brands, nw waiting for the trend to change cos it wuld, i bet ya…..
    (by d way, I dont use a useless fone, cos I know some pple would jump to conclusion: and say that I am hating cos I cant buy a BB, well to you such, fyi I use an HTC HD2..proud of it..purposely bought something dat ain’t BB. I dont use BB and /i would neva use it (like I said earlier, /i am pressing P oh, asper a 9ja naw)….With that said, it is just sad wat pple, in particular girls/women/ladies do to get BB

    • Africhic

      March 18, 2011 at 10:44 am

      Your comments do nothing to help the argument that some of us are really shallow!

    • MeeT

      March 18, 2011 at 1:47 pm

      What an absurd comment….I just hope you are no more than 15 y.o.

    • Mariella

      March 19, 2011 at 4:50 am

      Lol..Abi oh…I was wondering too

      Btw Yeah BBM girls or whateva is kinda lame but it has really hit the market by storm. Even 9ja boys that like to form like they don’t watch 9ja movies are reposting it on their walls.

    • Princess Uzoramaka

      March 18, 2011 at 3:45 pm

      you are right babes..girl flrit to get BB on their palms

    • riri

      March 18, 2011 at 7:05 pm


    • chioma

      March 18, 2011 at 7:39 pm

      Next time, please use proper grammar and writing ethics in a public forum….It is painfully hard to understand your point. I mean no harm, sorry, but I am just saying…

    • ME jare

      March 19, 2011 at 12:21 am

      I SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AGREE WITH YOU!! the only reason why i’d have a bb is if that’s d only phone option in store. i hate that phone with passion!!!
      P.S HTC just rocks!!! ♥

    • diva

      March 21, 2011 at 12:42 am


    • Me jare

      March 23, 2011 at 2:59 am

      Yes, what can i do for you? lool

    • ch

      March 24, 2011 at 1:26 pm

      I think ur comment is totally irrelevant. Wat do girls,women do 4 BB? This movie is jst a reflection of the mediocrity & ineptitude in our movie industry and people’s acceptance of such. I own a BB & I bought it with my own salary, didnt need to make a fool of myself like this movie is portraying ladies to be shallow and stupid.

    • chika baybe

      March 25, 2011 at 5:17 pm

      where is ur sense of humour?

    • mona

      April 4, 2011 at 10:48 am


  3. Tiki

    March 18, 2011 at 9:02 am

    Movie -shmovie, I love my BlackBerry…and I’m first to comment, I’m on a roll here, Wheeeeeeee!!!lol

    • Omogekofo

      March 18, 2011 at 9:55 am

      not quite.

    • icansaywhateverilike

      March 18, 2011 at 10:28 am

      So boring….sigh…first not first, whatever men!!

    • selekafaces

      December 27, 2011 at 8:04 am

      As far as am concerned I ƪ♥√ﻉ d movie sooo much• And I still ƪ♥√ﻉ ma blackberry fone….no matter wot U̶̲̥̅̊ say *tongue out*

  4. moi

    March 18, 2011 at 9:08 am

    As for the movie industry, I have been advocating that there should be a “nigerian film naming association” Nollywood titles are ridiculous, 4 instance I am sure the part 3 and 4 of the movie would be “the return of the blackberry babes” like seriously…And soon there would be movies on brazillian hair, indian remy, malaysian hair etc…mchew (rant ova)

    • Faith

      March 18, 2011 at 3:37 pm

      LOL… you are soooooo right.. LOL

    • didi

      March 19, 2011 at 3:11 am

      lmaooo #dead#

    • satchi

      March 21, 2011 at 3:21 pm

      hahahahahahaha…………….thanks a lot MOI…..I appreciate your comment on bb. i dont use it either and indifferent about it bc every dick tom n harry has it even pips who dont know what its all about. embarrassing though. would rather go an iphone. as 4 d comment on new movie on hair, i dont doubt it. some of dis producers have myopic minds.they might come up with one but half way through they’ll miss their story line and mess the entire movie up.

  5. Nollywood Forever

    March 18, 2011 at 9:15 am

    I love my blackberry but I’m not that obsessed with it. I felt that the movie was a mock up on those who do actually behave like that. It highlights the absurdity that exists in society.

    • MeeT

      March 18, 2011 at 1:52 pm

      That about sums up the whole movie. Before you criticize the movie, what about the society that gave them the material to work with.

    • aku

      March 18, 2011 at 8:49 pm

      there we go blaming the society that gave them the material to work with AKA the White man! r we, black people, africans, nigerians so DUMB that we give the WHITE man more power. We as africans are smarter than we credit ourselves. They didnt point a gun and force Nigerian women to buy BB phones. I’m yet to figure out why the vivian character has every version of the BB… i dont own a blackberry but please enlighten me… the phones pretty much serve the same purpose abi?

    • Ready

      March 19, 2011 at 5:56 am

      Wetin dem dey talk, wetin you dey yarn? Who mentioned the white man? Society is society…Nigerians, our people, whatever you wanna call them gave the movie maker material to work with. I just wanted to correct that. If from what that chick wrote, your logical conclusion was that she was referring to the white man, you’re the one who needs to calm down, and check your reasoning process.

  6. azuka

    March 18, 2011 at 9:30 am

    i watched this film yesterday on you ‘s like any other hustling films on our dear nollywwood.come to think of it those gals ae supposed students.their lifestyle is i must belong.what do they do for a living and living so picking up the persons flaunting all the different ranges of blackberry.what happened to trading in ur old phones.and oge okoye asking the guy to use her phone to payonline in the so una they pay for instore and payonline.gosh.that was so so so lame.

    • TRINAH

      March 18, 2011 at 9:48 pm

      Oh that was truly lame, and I was like OMG, who the hell does this? Duhh

    • Amseriouslyinlove.

      March 22, 2011 at 7:43 pm

      LOL,I thought about that so Lame and some of the acting was fake! as in ?Tonto was a bit fake!

  7. torquoise samurai

    March 18, 2011 at 9:32 am

    the only thing i enjoyed about the movie was emeka the international boy!!! i think he should get his own movie…lol!

    • torquoise samurai

      March 18, 2011 at 9:45 am

      i forgot to mention..big ups to apollonia…her parts were funny!!

  8. Hottu Babe

    March 18, 2011 at 9:51 am

    I’ll be back to comment after I finish the movie.. Hoping, I won’t regret my decision to watch.

    But if all the craze about BBM pin and everything BB in naija is anything to go by, I’m sure the movie will be nothing but a mockery of BB craze.

  9. vee

    March 18, 2011 at 9:54 am

    am laughing so hard my ribs hurt , black berry babes haba …. we have so many talents why do we riddicle the movie industry ….. the black berry phone is not a new thing why make so much fuss about it … am actually ashamed that adults in their right thinking sense would make themselves a laughing stock especially oge okoye , you would think by now she would be mature enough to play roles that befit her status … she should take a cue from genevieve …. enuf said ….. the movie just goes to show that nollywood is a very big joke

    • lolz

      March 18, 2011 at 10:54 am

      God Bless you for this….well said!!!!!!…..except for the part u are dashing Oge Okoye status sef.

    • liz

      March 18, 2011 at 1:42 pm

      Yup. You took the words right out of my mouth.

  10. partyrider

    March 18, 2011 at 9:58 am

    this is just a stupid movie,i found it rather annoying..
    to answer your questions,with movies like this i feel some people in the industry just want to pull it see a movie like this and then you watch tango with me, u wont believe the same industry produced it.whether its telling the story of wats happening in naija now or not this is just celebrating mediocrity in terms of everything.see the name of the movie sef.oge should know that she is married eh..tonto,well wat can i say when u continue to act movies like this are u ever going to reach the status Genny,omotola, Stella Damascus et al have created for themselves.if u arent acting some soft porn it will be something in that line.Muna obviously is broke so he has to take any role,from bin gay to anything else..
    as for wat it says about our society,nigerians over do their own things and well like d movie,these are the kind of things gals do to get a BB not even a HTC desrie HD..smh the twitter fight sometime ago this was wat d gals were saying now,how dis one slept with who for her bold 1, bla bla bla
    a total breakdown of values all for money and stupid material things.
    by the way when they want to act movies like this they know the kind of people to meet with the script..mstchew..and i find having 4 blackberrys very unrealistic,who does that pls?

    • Chi

      March 18, 2011 at 5:11 pm

      This is the best comment here…thank you for speaking d truth..<3

  11. CC

    March 18, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Asking what blackberry babes says about us is not necessary. That implies that Nollywood is an accurate depiction of life of Nigerians in Nigeria. We all know it’s not. If it were, it would imply that many daughters willingly sleep with their father’s like in Dirty Secret, or most Mother in Laws are as evil as Patience Ozokwor’s characterization of them. This movie is an exaggeration of the behavior of a small segment of the population that would do anything for a material possession. Mind you most people in Nigeria do not even own a phone worth over N10K, so this movie is definitely not saying anything about a significant percentage of the population.

    • prism of an immigrant

      March 18, 2011 at 2:08 pm

      I think Nollywood movies do tell our true life stories, and that’s one reason why they’re loved by most Africans. They deliver unadulterated truth, occasionally with a little exaggeration.


      March 18, 2011 at 2:36 pm

      many are seriously exaggerated though, seriously.

    • Adaeze

      March 19, 2011 at 8:30 pm

      Yea you are right. I enjoyed the movie though, I saw it more as comedy. But honestly speaking, I am sure there are groups of girls like that in various Universities in Nigeria that would go to that extent to get a BB. So in as much as the movie might not be all that, I think it shows what’s actually happening. 🙂

    • CC

      March 20, 2011 at 5:24 pm

      So which Nollywood movie has told your story? None have told mine, I don’t see myself in any of the movies. They depict a small aspect of some people’s lives, but I doubt if the movies shows a diverse enough representation of african lives.

    • ch

      March 24, 2011 at 1:32 pm

      No they don’t, they are ridiculously exaggerated with a sense of sloppy humour.

  12. bobbydox

    March 18, 2011 at 10:07 am

    pls this is 2011 and nollywood should grow-up if you want to produce such a film why give it blackberry babes or whatever rubbish name u are giving and in fact i blame the actors/actress who took d script 2 act total mediocre give us something fresh and not this craps

  13. Omogekofo

    March 18, 2011 at 10:08 am

    i love my BB for one thing.
    i can blog via it.
    that 1 thing i couldnt do with all other phones. even my Iphone.

    • Oby

      March 18, 2011 at 7:24 pm

      You can blog with an Iphone dear. 🙂

    • Omogekofo

      March 21, 2011 at 9:32 am

      wao, never knew cos i tried and it didn’t load. took like forever.

    • Oma:-)

      March 19, 2011 at 1:30 pm

      Errrr siseh, u can blog with an iPhon…just saying..

    • deebubu

      March 19, 2011 at 2:43 pm

      Really? would that be an Iphone 1G ? Holy crap!

    • Oby

      March 20, 2011 at 5:38 am

      lol nice one. (I just had to reply her cos it was disturbing me)

  14. Aries

    March 18, 2011 at 10:21 am

    Stupid movie…mtcheww..wu d hell wrote dt kinda script.

  15. Gg

    March 18, 2011 at 10:26 am

    well, i know some girls who have slept with just to get a bb but i spent a whole months salary to get mine so i cant judge them cus that was equally extreem.
    i like the business i get and do through my bb and the contact i have made and all the very convienent apps but now all smart phones are versatile and the phone companies now have internet services for them so i see myself switching back to NOKIA soon… lol

    • 1st Anon

      March 18, 2011 at 2:58 pm

      My dear..just a little caring comment & pls don’t take it as hate or harsh criticism. Pls don’t spend a month’s salary to purchase a phone. Hope you’ll appreciate this advice, if not now, then a little later. Cheers.

    • spicy

      March 19, 2011 at 2:48 am

      At least u paid for urs with money u worked for unlike those ladies that will sleep with men for money as depicted in the film. So be proud about that.its ur hard earned money u can do what u wish with it abeg

    • Omogekofo

      March 21, 2011 at 9:34 am

      i bought mine too with my hard earned salary. after buying the bb, i was only able to pay my tithe…….. weird.

    • Field Marshal

      March 22, 2011 at 6:06 pm

      …….you’re burning on both ends eh? You’re a slave to BB and also starving yourself to make the Money hungry man of god happy! I bet the anointed man of god must be smiling to the bank!

    • Brano

      May 3, 2011 at 5:48 pm

      Yeah, Nokia rocks for good!

  16. Gg

    March 18, 2011 at 10:27 am

    PS: please Oge Okoye should haf passed doing this kyn movie abeg!!!

    • partyrider

      March 18, 2011 at 1:37 pm

      my tots exactly..she was around b4 tonto and now shes acting this kind of nonsense with madam tonto..hiss

    • fyi

      March 21, 2011 at 9:09 am

      Why do you guys kip sayn this? What do you take Oge for? She is a crass girl and she’s in tonto’s level now….as in!

  17. gbeborun

    March 18, 2011 at 10:28 am

    Its a load of B.S,typical 9ja movie

  18. black pearl

    March 18, 2011 at 10:30 am

    The problem with nolly wood movies I’d that the names don’t rhym with d story line.and the problms with us nigerians is that we over use thing and we don’t use devices the way they shuld be…there is nothing in black berry seriously.most especially our perception of we d gals.if u don’t have a BBu r not a chick.BULL-

  19. Vyvyka

    March 18, 2011 at 10:30 am

    This movie was just a waste of precious time.It was tooooo fake! haba! I think the producers just did a wishy washy job. Yes, people are crazy about blackberry phones but not in the manner portrayed in that movie. The acting by the girls was just too FAKE! Too fake!

  20. makioba

    March 18, 2011 at 10:40 am


  21. Karimah

    March 18, 2011 at 10:45 am


  22. Africhic

    March 18, 2011 at 10:56 am

    Its unfortunate that people do not want to put thought into anything. Even things as little as titling their movies, unfortunately people watch these crappy movies that add little or no value to you. No wonder my brother says that these Naija home videos kill your brain cells.

  23. Tiki

    March 18, 2011 at 11:02 am

    C’mon guys, support your industry! This movie is obviously supposed to be a comedy, so I like that it made me laugh…If I wanted a serious, educational movie with a morale, I wouldn’t watch one entitled ‘BlackBerry Babes’ now! and y’all take it easy on Oge…same way Chiegwe blossoms in village settings, she blossoms in Uni settings…abi all actresses must dey the same?

    • ihy

      March 18, 2011 at 11:28 am

      well said tiki, people are taking this thing way too serious than it was meant to be. It is a comedy, if it made you laugh then the purpose was achieved. It would be unwise of anyone to expect an oscar-worthy nollywood movie titled “blackberry babes”. You all talk as though hollywood hasn’t had it’s own share of crappy movies.
      All i can say is that someone did his job well for this movie to have gained so much publicity.

    • Toska

      March 19, 2011 at 9:37 am

      Tiki God bless you..All these people talking rubbish about another persons work..This suppose to be a comedy and i really enjoy my time watching it..All the movies can never be same.Even in Hollywood,you will still see low budget movies..People can never be appreciative for once,but rather they will criticizing others who is contributing in one way or the other to make this country a better place.All those people who came here to criticize who suppose to be like Jenny and Omotala,what have you contributed to the image of this country?At least nollywood has contributed a lot and has made outsiders to know few good things about Nigeria..We should at least, appreciate these actors,because they are the people who made this industry to be where it is today..

  24. Dee

    March 18, 2011 at 11:18 am

    The truth of the matter is this is most nigerian babes reality. We are just a tiny percentage.

  25. SeunD

    March 18, 2011 at 11:25 am

    that blackberry marketing works in nigeria……

  26. bebeee

    March 18, 2011 at 11:28 am

    Oge okoye just had a baby and this was the only ‘comeback’ script available she needed money for diapers n baby milk do forgive her please

    annie maculay– wants to runaway from her status as tuface babymama and will do anytime to rid of it again please do forgive her

    tonto Dike– has no excuse this is definately her kind of work period!
    but wait o the gud thing abt this film is the publicity it has garnered! gud or bad publicity all na publicity! my friend doesnt watch naija movies i ve been getting her to watch the likes of keeping faith and ije but she took her time to watch this…lmao silverbird shud premier this movie the ticket sale will be insane! lmao

    • Titi

      March 18, 2011 at 8:09 pm

      True the movie is getting publicity however most people are watching it online for free, so the creators of this movie are not making much profit from it.


      March 19, 2011 at 3:36 pm

      the youtube channel NollywoodLove is the only legit Nigerian movie channel on youtube. have you noticed how all the other channels were shut down, because of copyright issues? NollywoodLove makes money from people watching the movies, and some of it does go to the producers. so, YES, they do make money from them.

  27. Ginika

    March 18, 2011 at 11:35 am

    Yeah we should support the industry sha, I mean at the end of the day it is only depicting what is happening in the country

    • Oby

      March 18, 2011 at 7:30 pm

      So true! these days no one would ask you for your number, they would ask you for your pin. People are less likey to communicate with you as they would if you had a blackberry. lol. I just find it crazy. So my point is we as Nigerians inspired this movie (althought it was exaggerated). So I really have no judgement towards it, I just take it as entertainment.

    • Ready

      March 19, 2011 at 6:03 am

      When people ask for my pin, I just go EFCC419. I don’t need a blackberry; it’s aimed at business people who have really busy schedules. I don’t so although temptation was strong, I refuse to fall for the trend. When it’s time to upgrade, I’ll just get the coolest cheapest phone. If you don’t talk to me ’cause I don’t have a BB, you shall not be missed.

  28. Ginika

    March 18, 2011 at 11:44 am

    Laughing out loud – it is a bit funny! They should have changed the name of the movie…

  29. stella

    March 18, 2011 at 11:45 am

    What is this so called blackberry babes teaching us? Both d producer n director of this film should get a life asin wake up from their slumber. Oge Okoye! I’m disappointed in u for descending so low 2 act this, as for Tonto am not surprise cos she is a porn star.

  30. lynpopes

    March 18, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    I completely agree with u. Infact i am disappointed with BN for making a big deal of this rubbish which makes a big deal of rubbish. I think i lost myself That said, if not for BN, i wont hear abt dis & my day would have been nicer…

  31. The real miss pinky..

    March 18, 2011 at 12:41 pm

    Tooooo bored to actually read the story or watch the preview… sigh… With a movie called “blackberry babes”, what do you really expect….

  32. :)

    March 18, 2011 at 1:26 pm

    I think this movie was a simply a pardy of society and popculture.I doubt it was to be taken seriously and they expected to win oscars.It was a parody of society and pop-culture,lighthearted,and though it made me shake my head alot,it made me laugh….
    Keyshia/Kaysha-”My name is KAY-SHA okay?KAYYYY-SHARRRRR” ‘
    Appolonia – Geisha?Geishaaaaaa!!!”


  33. xadex

    March 18, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    lol. I don’t get why people have come on here to justify why they own a blackberry. lmao! nobody has said it was bad to have one, people just make this BB a bigger deal than it is tbh

  34. onyinye arusiuka

    March 18, 2011 at 1:57 pm

    who d hell names his movie ‘BLACK BERRY BABES’… am so sourprised d names of the girls in the movie are not ‘Curve,Javelin, Bold and Storm’

    • miss b

      March 21, 2011 at 9:22 pm

      hahahaha! that woulda been hella hilarious! I love the sountrack though, where can I download it? “Oya baby b.b make you shine your eye…..”Lmaooo it was funny jo pple should chillll out and have a laugh!

  35. Geisha....LOL

    March 18, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    Everyone bashing this movie please understand this is meant to be a comedy. You are not suppose to gain any sort of knowledge from watching the movie. I mean the name of the movie is Black Berry Babes wat did u expect. I don’t think the producers wanted people to laugh. Comedy is an exaggeration of the truth. This movie clearly exaggerates this idea of having a blackberry and wat girls will do to get one. SO PEOPLE CALM DOWN and LAUGH.
    PS what was up with Tonto and the flexi rod i did not know u were suppose to wear them all day every day…

    • Africhic

      March 18, 2011 at 2:35 pm

      Foolish comedy! BN caused this nonsense i would never have heard about this.

  36. benny

    March 18, 2011 at 2:08 pm

    To me ,,This movie is more like ( what Nollywood do when they ran out of ideas)…That’s all I’ve got to say

  37. Miola

    March 18, 2011 at 2:22 pm

    lol they should have called the movie , THE TORCH, THE BOLD AND THE CURVE …KMT!


    March 18, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    the movie was kinda funny but there was some truth in it….a bit exaggerated, but the whole blackberry thing is getting crazy nowadays.
    i heard in Nigeria, some people don’t even ask for your phone number anymore, just your BB pin.


    March 18, 2011 at 2:34 pm

    btw….as if men don craze for BBs too? anyway, I’ve only watched part one of the four parts (which i will believe there are four parts just as EVERY Nollywood movie has nowadays). i got sleepy….but something about the movie was off.
    but when you see red carpets on BN….half of the time the guests are posing with their bags and BBs in sight. its part of the “look/package” i guess. but there are so many other high tech phones that are better than the BB. iPhone….and some other really nice phones on AT&T and Verizon (too bad i dont know the names). but i’ll stick with my touch screen-slider for now. haha

    • Ready

      March 19, 2011 at 1:17 am

      Even the clips made me feel like something’s off; I kinda feel like the Eniola chick’s part was a rip off of Jenifa. I don’t plan to watch it…boredom be damned. And yes, there are way cooler phones than what RIM produces, I don’t know why Naijas fell hard for Blackberries. HTC has really cool stuff, and the Japanese brands are not so popular, but they have the best Android phones.

    • deebubu

      March 19, 2011 at 2:51 pm

      its really crazy now. someone once asked me directly for my BB(as they call it) pin, and when I said I use an Iphone ,she was astounded(cos I live in obodo oyibo I guess?) and asked me how I could use an Iphone wen I can afford a BB. Needless to say we r no longer tight buddies

  40. Truth

    March 18, 2011 at 2:38 pm

    Ok Everyone has been saying that Nollywood sucks, the writers are crap and they ran out of ideas. I beg to differ. Nigerian movies were never that good. They were always predictable. I can tell you what will happen by looking at the cover. So people, please stop acting like that the production of terrible Nigerian movies just started recently. They always promote things that many people do not want to watch. Back then they promoted witchcraft. As a teenager you could not pay million dollars to watch a naija movie cause i was deadly afraid of them. We also need to stop comparing Nigerian movies to American movies. They are not and will never be the same thing. You cannot expect a Nigerian writer to write a movie about life abroad. Ummm that would be quite ridiculous. A writer writes from what they see happening around them. The only reason I watch Nigerian movies is to laugh. I mean come on is it from the horrendous looking weaves, to the backwards fashion, or is it their British/American/Chinese accent they try to fake. Out of the thousands of movies that are produced in Nigeria yearly maybe and i repeat MAYBE 50 of them are good movies. Why would they waste time producing a good film knowing nobody is going to buy it. We expect trashy movies so they produce trashy movie. Everyone complains but they are still watching them. The ONLY PROBLEM I have with Nigerian movies is their need to have unnecessary SEX scenes in their Movie. The scenes don’t do anything to enhance the plot. Please i know sex sells but even in American movies there is a reason why they have sex scenes.

  41. Oma

    March 18, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    Its just like any other phone.
    Most young people love following trends in Nigeria so…..
    It doesn’t make it bad

  42. Miss Tilii

    March 18, 2011 at 2:43 pm

    When money miss road and a village champion illiterate gets money and wants to get behind a camera and produce/direct (cos its the in thing now) – this is what happens. We the audience get bombarded with such bafoonery of foolishnes, not worth a dime. As long as i blog i will keep alerting ppl to save their money and not buy such crap – DONT BUY or INVEST MONEY TO BUY such nonsensical movies. To each his own – i guess those who can truly relate to these girls will buy it nonetheless. Support those producing and directing movies worth global film festivals – not this crap. Yes its a comedy but it becomes tiring when majority of the QUANTITY OF MOVIES being put out every month is same ole nonsense. I use to blame to actors for taking any damn script that falls on their lap – however i now dont overlook the culprits (the producers & directors). I mean the titles of the movies alone is something else. I understand you gotta each ladies, but please dont dare open your mouth in an interview to utter the words “my long term goal is to go to Hollywood” when you are saying yes to such nonsense scripts. Its laughable at best. Seems to me most in this industry dont take the art of acting seriously – They just want to be seen. And this is why we salute the few who do – like Genevieve, Rita, Stella, Omotola and a few others. May you few continue to uplift the name of african movie industry – we do notice your great work.

    ps: If i want comedy i watch great nice ones by Osuofia or Chinny Ahaneku “Alice My First Lady” – nice movies you can watch with your non african friends and they can smoothly understand the script and laugh throughout the movie and enjoy it. There is comedy and bafoonery – two different things. Lets not get it twisted.

    Miss Tilii


      March 19, 2011 at 3:44 pm

      you are totally right. Alice My First Lady still remains one of my favorite comedy movies to date. haha, its hilarious. and as for the people in Nigeria, they don’t have to waste their money watching Nollywood movies as they are online and on African Magic. there are even some cable networks here in the states that have about one or two channels dedicated to Nigerian movies. i know Comcast and Dish Network have it.
      so there is really no need to buy Nollywood movies in this day and age. I will only but if its really good and i wanna support.

    • Yhello

      March 21, 2011 at 3:31 am

      Why do some of you aim to please your Non-African friends?SMH!

      No one is forcing anyone to watch the movie. The title of the movie obviously lets you know that you shouldnt take it too serious.It is a comedy but it also sheds light on what some girls are willing to do ‘to feel among’. Just like most forms of entertainment, this movie is mindless…so pls relax and dont pop a blood vessel all in the name of Blackberry Babes

    • VeeVee

      April 10, 2011 at 7:16 am

      Please- where is your blog. You are on point and hilarious!

  43. Osogagba

    March 18, 2011 at 2:44 pm

    I wonder what anyone seriously expected to see if not sheer absurdity and infantile carrying-ons in a movie with the glorious title of BLACBERRY BABES… from the producers of another out-of-this-world movie called RIHANNA and BEYONCE. I predict that soon you will get GADAFFI & MUBARAK and TSUNAMI in JAPAN from them too. And there won’t be a shortage of buyers. Naija don sink lower than mediocre tey tey. As to those who have tried to excuse the horrendous BBB rubbish by saying it’s supposed to be for laffs, well they apparently haven’t seen a comedy before.I’d sooner watch Osuofia, Sam-Loco or Mr Ibu and get real undiluted natural comedy than indulge in the agony of watching some hissing-inducing poseurs like the girls in the movie.

    • Ada Owerri

      March 18, 2011 at 5:08 pm

      hahahahahahahahahahahaha @Gaddafi

    • Ready

      March 19, 2011 at 5:59 am

      Lol…thank you. When I heard some people had made movies called Rihanna, Beyonce…I was thinking “Maybe my people will surprise me and let that movie flop.” But nooo…not my beloved people, they flocked to the stores and made it a hit. It’s why some people can release noise and have the nerve to call it “music” without being ashamed or being corrected by their family and friends. Mediocrity galore! And then when some of us call ’em out, they refer to as haters. Abeg….


      March 20, 2011 at 2:30 am

      I’m sure the movie became a hit because well-known omotola & jim iyke were in the movie and popular artists like rihanna and beyonce were used in the title, so it probably attracted people to buy it. but even on youtube sef, the movie has gotten soooo many views. i remember before the other channel got shut down, there must have at least been at least a million views from all the combined clips, and even the one that has recently been uploaded has 100s of thousands of views already. na wa! i think many non-Nigerians are clicking on it and thinking it has something to do with the actual rihanna and beyonce. lol maybe thats why it has been an online hit, IMO.


    March 18, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    the movie served its purpose; for fun and to while away time. It lacked quality and exposure. seriously, how on earth can you walk into a supermarket and pay for the items you picked online without browsing through the website and actually selecting the items. that was unrealistic especially in naija. aside that, the make up was nothing to write home about. all the same i had a good time laughing at emeka the ‘intanational’

  45. MOOOO

    March 18, 2011 at 3:02 pm

    not surprised at all.
    some producers and actress in naija are not smart when it cometo movies.
    BB might be popular but the percentage using in naija is definately not more than 10% of people using phone(phone mostly use dis day is china phone ) so dis film did not give acc of naija situation and am sure not all the 10% get their phone thru dis means so what is the producer thinking.
    looking back to when GSM 1st come to naija,alot of crappy movies was produced with title around GSM.
    Anyway what did u expect from producer with movies with title like rihanna and beyounce….and actors dt want to b seen in all movies by all means.

  46. Candie

    March 18, 2011 at 3:02 pm

    from hollywood to nollywood they all make stupid movies sometimes, I don’t think this is just the typical naija movie. the preview gat me cracking up. All you people in yankee ya’ll don’t know whats happening in naija. This movie speaks the true. Spent 3 years in naija so i know what i’m talking about. haven’t even seen the full movie and i love it already. Easy guys its just a movie. HABA.

  47. Madam ho-ha!

    March 18, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    My good people of Nigeria! please stop hating on these ladies, They are trying to make a career. You haters are fond of critising them on a personal level, and u r not better urselves becos its ur attitude being portrayed in the movie. Encourage them to b better, it takes alot of courage for them to act these roles. Respect the industry, before u know it, Ghanian movies industry will over take 9ja. But some babes rass sha!they want to belong by force…lol…. I WILL BING YOU…LOL…only in 9ja.

    • mimshac

      March 19, 2011 at 7:47 am



      March 19, 2011 at 3:47 pm

      who will take over? with porn movies? lmfao, spare me!

  48. Miss Tilii

    March 18, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    What such movies focusing on blackberries saids about some of our african societies is our young ladies have become more materialistic than they have ever been in history – the #1 they seek than anything else is “Materials” (she can run miles on her coochie with all the alhajis in abuja & lagos and get all the money and not have the sense to start a smart business to give the coochie a rest, but rather to update her horse hair and her phone at any given chance). They think having fake horse brazilian hair plus a blackberry is what makes you legit to be called a somebody – everyone is a celebrity in their own head. They watch BET and American shows and want to emulate everything which is done out west cos they think its cute, obviously they get notice and they get praised so it continues. The chinese production team are very busy seeing this strong demand. Lol lol lol

  49. bobbydox

    March 18, 2011 at 3:13 pm

    lmaooooooooooooooooo lets support the industry with this mediocre of a stuff i dont think so if this must be done i am sure i could have been done better something of the unusual and that name!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! haba

  50. Serene

    March 18, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    Hollywood releases it’s share of messes especially between January and February but even their worst films are NOT as bad as this junk! Nollywood has too few good films and far to many low grade films. but then again there is a market for everything. This film is not meant for everyone so ignore it if it offends your sensibilities, that’s that!


    March 18, 2011 at 3:40 pm

    as for the actors that starred in this…Tonto Dike….im SOOOO not surprised. she does ANY film that is offfered to her, and she doesn’t care how it makes her look (her reputation) or how she is giving Nollywood a bad look.
    Annie Macaulay…..2face first baby mama….she has been everywhere lately, doing all sorts of so/so roles in movies. i guess she is trying to make a name for herself instead of the tag as 2face’s baby mama. her acting isn’t that bad, and she is pretty, i just wished she would stay clear of scripts like this, because they won’t get you far.
    Oge Okoye….well, she’s played this kind of role times without number in the past, and i guess thats just what she’s good at. but seriously? for how long can you continue doing the same script? i was cheering for her when i saw her in the movie “Fulani” because she was finally doing something different. the same old thing….but i guess she can’t take challenging roles like genny or stella, maybe its out of her league.
    as for Mary Remmy…i’ve been seeing her here and there for at least 6 years now. she is always playing a side character, or one without much significance. she was in the movie “War Game” with Ini and Oge (or was it Rita???) and another movie playing a pauper. i guess she is just trying to have her big break or looking for work.
    as for Muna? whoever said he is just broke and looking for any kind of job is telling the truth! i co-sign with that one. even going all the way to act in gay roles?
    i would have expected this movie to have been done by “no-names” in the industry but NOT actors at this level. aren’t they supposed to be beyond that?
    hissss…my rant is over. lol

  52. zomax

    March 18, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Blackberry a ga-adota otu! ‎​º°˚˚˚°ºнaĦaнaº°˚˚˚°º‎​

  53. Biodun

    March 18, 2011 at 4:20 pm

    To be honest its all a big charade. if this movie wasn’t sponsored by RIM, why would anyone in their right senses advertise a product for free? Nollywood’s backwardness continues to amuse me. This movie should get an award for the ‘Longest Advert in History.’ –

    • picus

      March 20, 2011 at 2:29 pm

      Biodun, ure very right! like my dad used to say, “common sense is not common”

  54. Obi

    March 18, 2011 at 4:49 pm

    whether or not it depicts real-life Nigeria, the truth is that it is purely for laughs. Just like many other movies work. Oscar-worthy movie? Many if not most movies made in other parts of the world are neither Oscar-worthy so whats the big deal. Watch it for the laughs and if you’re looking for an educational piece, watch a documentary or better still, make your own movie. Ever heard of “laughter is a good medicine”? Blackberry babes though silly will help you fight illness … havent you heard of the latest trend in the US – LAUGHING SPA/ THERAPY or something that sounds like it. Why pay to register at a laughing joint when you can watch blackberry babes. The actors/tresses are making their pocket money, we are here giving ourselves headache. SMH

  55. TUSQI

    March 18, 2011 at 5:04 pm


  56. chicnicity

    March 18, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    without saying too much…pls take a cue from genny….u dont have to feature in every movie!

    • Miss Tilii

      March 18, 2011 at 8:08 pm

      well their excuse is Genny can afford not to be in every movie – but they cannot afford it.

      HOw else can they feed their real life habits of brazlian horse hairs and blackberries. They have to represent cos they are HOLLYWOOD celebrities in NOLLYWOOD and they cannot be seen without one, its a taboo, There fore any script goes – even soft porn movies. Chei – Ini Edo is driving range rover, Genny, Rita, Omotola, Kate is a BigsGirl – i gats to be bigs too – I need tobe in first Class Cabin, so i have to accept everyscript – I need to catch up now 😆

      To them its not the quality of the movie and how many times in a year she can get her few thousands of naira. 😆 – who cares about quality of script 😆 – I am famous world wide web 😆 😆 😆

      oh lawd am laughing so hard my stomach hurts

  57. RMG

    March 18, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    Who is this Moi person cos i’ve got agape luv for you! I equally don’t have a BB cos i think it’s over rated and i have other fantastic smart phones (HTC too:) )that do even better,that’s not to run the BB down but there’s more to phones than just having a BB!(I’m not saying i’ll never have a BB,but i’m DEFINATELY not crazy over one, so don’t misunderstand me) I’ve gotten so many msgs on FB with people’s BB pins and when i tell them i’ve got none,they’re shocked.a friend once told me “an it” girl like you doesn’t have a BB,that’s strange…Now what does that mean?
    Back to the movie, this is a very wrong impression about Nigerian girls.stupid title, dumb story line.

  58. BC

    March 18, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    liven up people!! I am actually liking this movie. Its supposed to ellicit a few laughs.
    I find it entertaining actually. Geeezzz….. Some of y’all are taking this too serious.

  59. kenora

    March 18, 2011 at 7:25 pm

    the movie is boring….l hav seen it..l only luv emeka ad d fat girl..others where just doing –

  60. Mabel

    March 18, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    I attempted to watch this film, but it was beyond ridiculous. If somebody watched it all and thinks it’s worth a watch them let me know.

  61. Miss Tilii

    March 18, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    here is a another title for them IPHONE 😆

    chei -kan u imagine if Iphone, Imac, Ipad becomes popular – chei chei chei – just the thought of it – hmmm – I can imagine the titles on movie jacket right now Iphone part 1 -5, I Pad part 1 – 7 :lol – brace your self yall – its coming very soon. Iphones, IPad coupled with brazilian horse hairs.

    • TRINAH

      March 18, 2011 at 10:04 pm


  62. Bussybanks

    March 18, 2011 at 8:25 pm

    Why are people taking this too serious… The movie is just a comedy, something for the audience to laugh about and release tension. I think it is a nice hilarious movie that keeps you laughing from the beginning to the end. You should watch before criticizing it.

  63. Afronubia

    March 18, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    Stupid film to further show the stupidity of people in Nollywood. There are better topics out there but trust these intellectually challenged “producers and writers” to do this kind of rubbish. The movie is right there with “Beyonce and Rihanna” pure rubbish. Anyway most Nigerians are intellectually challenged so this movie is right up their street. There is a bigger, wider world out there. Disgusting.

  64. TRINAH

    March 18, 2011 at 9:52 pm

    Anyways, I really laughed when I watched this movie,,,,,, I just love Appolonia, Tonto and this other gal who stole the man’s bb,,,,,,, oMG,,,,,,,these gals are something else ooo

  65. Girl

    March 18, 2011 at 10:05 pm

    But a blackberry phone is not even that expensive naw, haba! kini big deal?

  66. Toriola

    March 18, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    i fell asleep during the first 20 mins. Boring movie..boring idea. The idea would have been better executed as a comedy instead of drama.

  67. naijafairy

    March 18, 2011 at 11:55 pm

    Hollywood made movies like Pirahna 3D and also made movies like the fighter. Nuff said. People like this exist in our society.

  68. Candie

    March 18, 2011 at 11:57 pm

    just saw the movie, lol, the girls are too fake for me but it’s funny. Blackberry madness……

  69. Poom Ping Ping

    March 19, 2011 at 12:08 am

    Even our public office holders in Nigeria have caught the bug. Trust them to take it to another level that even Research In Motion had not even envisaged. I was watching a program on national TV some weeks back, and it was interview between a government official and a talk show host/ social critic. The host asked the government official how he keeps in touch with his local and state constituency in the South South, despite always travelling abroad on ‘official trips”, living and operating from Abuja and not going to his state due to the political upheavals and rising crime rate. He answered with a straight face ” How I keep in touch with my constituency? Very simple. Two words. Blackberry.”

    I thought blackberry was one word.

    The BB is also guilty of being at the centre of a few incidents too.

    About two years ago, I used to work for this company where all the senior managers were given BBs for official tasks. There was this particular manager, Mr.Babatunde, married, about 38, who was very loud. He fancied one of our co-workers, a svelte, pretty girl called Nora whose desk was in the open plan layout just in front of his. Nora was not interested in him in the least, so Mr. B was fond of doing stuff to try to get her attention. He would come out of his office, acting like he was on a very important call to a foreign client with his voice loud saying stuff like “Yes Mr. Smithers. You can email me anytime on my Blackberry” or boasting like ” Please forward my itinerary to my Blackberry. I fly out to London, first thing next week.”

    It was hopeless because Nora refused to give him the time of day or go out with him.

    On one particular day, he was bragging away loudly to someone on his BB as he was coming out of his office, and looked towards Nora to see if she was listening to his conversation. He did not look at the ground in front of him, and tripped over a stack of cable wires which connected the office server to all the PCs. Some of the wires cut, and disrupted the whole company’s internet connectivity for the whole day until an engineer came over to sort it out. No real work could be done in the office for almost 24 hours. Client deadlines couldn’t be met that day and everything regarding office work ground to a halt. Not good.

    One of the directors called him into the office and gave him a reprimand and an official query. By the time he came out, he looked really humiliated. I guess, for him, it was a huge learning, err, Curve.

    We are all guilty of going to public or private functions – parties, weddings, get togethers, restaurant openings, barbeques, and bury their heads in their phones and so do not interact socially. Balance is crucial.

    The BB has even created a special industry – the BB pouch or rubber-case making industry. Some people have 3 or 4 different BB covers or pouches to protect their dear BB, but no deodorant or anti-pespirant for protection from sweat. Charity starts at phone, sorry, home.

    A few people simply detest the phone’s popularity and believe that it to be a symbol of the excess, materialism and vanity that is plaguing middle Nigeria at the moment. Dude, it is just a phone. Blame it on the individual and not the product. Don’t shoot the err, blackberry, messenger

  70. chisquare

    March 19, 2011 at 3:02 am

    Clip two was really hilarious and I think the right title for this movie should have been “Blackberry Madness”, LOL

    • Toriola

      March 19, 2011 at 2:03 pm

      yup…blackberry madness. Put them Nkem Owoh, Sam Loco etc in there and the comedy would be a blockbuster like previous movies – GSM Wahala, Ukwa, Jenifa etc. Tonto Dikeh, Oge Okoye etc has no business in using this kind of movies to promote prostitution among young girls

  71. anon

    March 19, 2011 at 4:27 am

    Nollywood will get respect when they can be more orignial. It’s like they have the worse titles ever, I just don’t understand how you can call that talent. I will say coming with better story lines, then we can work with the mediocre acting. I just wish they can start producing quality rather than quantity.

    Hollywood produces crap too but at least they make us believe what they are try to sell to the media. So, my point is Nollywood needs to work on their production, acting lessons and creativity.

  72. Ready

    March 19, 2011 at 6:13 am

    I really don’t want to be rude…I’m really trying. I can understand that people should not be rude. But when a Nigerian dude comes on here writing a whole bunch of B.S. about how Nigerian girls are the ugliest and have the biggest egos, well I have to advise you to go hug a nuclear reactor in Japan.
    Talking ish about how the most beautiful women are in America and they have the most humble personalities…pele o bobo America. You must be a recent immigrant who’s lived in probably small cities. Yes, there are gorgeous women in the States, but you say it like majority of them are goddesses. The average American woman wears a size 14 for freak’s sake…what the deuce can be implied from that?
    And then your ignorant self goes on to write that “hoes are to be dominated and not glorified”. And what do we say about egotistic a**holes who come on public forums to bash women so blatantly, when even they are not the finest specimen themselves? What do we do to men who decide to have their random pick of women and advocate female bashing? Do we repudiate and denounce you or do we lock you in some underground dungeon and use you only for lifting heavy stuff? Check yourself, man. Yes, you’re entitled to your opinion, and yes, some women are very irritating gold-diggers, but it gives you absolutely no right or justification to poorly and inaccurately generalize Nigerian women.

    • partyrider

      March 19, 2011 at 1:49 pm

      #Gbam…well said

  73. iBreatheFreedom

    March 19, 2011 at 7:37 am

    Pls what do you mean “What does this say about our movie industry?” Are they not portraying what is happening in Nigeria! Blackberry is all everyone knows now — human beings live active lives on bbm but are drones in real life.

  74. mimshac

    March 19, 2011 at 7:46 am

    we all kinda of forget that movies arew fictional and are meant to show things on the extreme these guys are actors we cant say because sharon stone acts overly sexual parts … means that americans are that way guys abeg .. its a movie and yea its meant to be that way ..
    but on a more serious note its high time we made timeless movies

    tired of all these trend movies
    guess nokia babes will be made next or better still htc wild fire babes
    thank God for naija though our creativity surpases all our problems

  75. toebee

    March 19, 2011 at 8:53 am

    nollywood and the name they give their movies.Oooga ooh

  76. Opium

    March 19, 2011 at 11:24 am

    FAO: Bella Team..could you guy please add a Like/Dislike button attached to each comment (Like Youtube)? There are so many comments that are so intelligent & concise that make you think “yup I like that” but you dont really need to comment cos they person already said exactly what you need to say? pretty pls!

  77. sharon

    March 19, 2011 at 12:14 pm

    in my opinion, i think the producer of the movie should capitalise on his 15 minute of fame and get blackberry company to pay him for doing a good job of endorsing the brand and advertising it so much…the movie in itself is just hilarious and i had a good time watching it. it reflects the extent of how obsessive we get over every new technology even though i think it was a bit over exaggerated …i mean which naija woman go pack comot for husband house because of black berry?…lol

  78. Omo

    March 19, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    @Partyrider, you have said it all! Carrying 4 BB phones, very unrealistic! As 4 Oge and Tonto: I reserve my comments! And d annoying thing is that BB is not even a new fone!


    March 19, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    BTW….whats even funnier is that the same producers produced “Beyonce and Rihanna“, “White Hunters“, “Girls Cot” and “Life Partners” to which i have seen all of them but Life Partners! na wa! White Hunters painted Nigerian women/women as gold diggers willing to do anything to marry a white man and possibly move abroad. even using juju etc…. they painted those women in a horrible light.
    beyonce and rihanna showed women scheming against each other to win some sort of music competition (the movie is one of the worst i’ve seen) but still paints women to be “somehow conivving” towards each other.
    Girls Cot (which i agree is a funny movie, especially Genny’s role) makes these women out to be also conivving and scheming towards men. they sleep with men to either blackmail them or get money from them. the storyline was a little better, since genny actually was the vice president’s daughter, which he had abandoned when she was a child in suit of his politial career. but the movie still shows these women to be cheap, and classless, and scheming.
    they also produced the movei War Game with Ini, Oge, and Marry that i mentioned earlier. as well as Face of Africa/Show Girls (sequel to Face of Africa). both movies were pretty much about campus girls and rivalry. bad girls that didn’t care about anything else other than competing with other girls on campus. SMH….
    so i ask…..what issue do these producers have with women? seriously? what is their facsination with making women look bad? i understand its a movie, but it seems to be a trend among these producers in particular.

  80. Cynthia

    March 19, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    and they pride themselves and brag about being the 2nd largest movie in the world


      March 20, 2011 at 2:54 am

      “they” and “yourselves” if you have an issue with Nigerians, please carry go.

  81. Adewonuola Thomas

    March 19, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    I love my BB and addicted to it too 😀 I get to talk to friends and family all around the world for free wat beats that. For none biz people BB in none but BBM dats all der is too it don’t get me wrong it is a powerful if it’s used to it’s full potential but most of us don’t use it for none but BBM and it’s so easy to get addicted to too I know I left BB THREE!!!!!! Times only to come back to it quite sad I know but they don’t call it crack berry for non lmao. Now has 9ja taken it to another level ofcuz dats what we do anyway. So for those of you that keep hating BB for no reason at all other than it’s the shit lmao sorry there’s non you can do about it cuz u putting ur hate on the wrong thing anyway lmao

  82. RMG

    March 19, 2011 at 6:04 pm

    ….On second thoughts,this would be a funny film(not movie) that Appolonia chick has got to be the funniest character,”i’ll Booze(buzz) you later,lol!!!

    so,those of us that don’t have BB’s should go and hug transformer?pls!!!if people actually reason like that,they have a terrible defeciency syndrome and intense inferiority complex, can’t even hold a decent intelligent conversation with anyone that measures you based on your having a BB or not,nuff said.

  83. neharra

    March 19, 2011 at 6:06 pm

    This movie is funny as hell….the sad part is the movie reflects what actually happens in reality….primitivity at its best!!!!

  84. ruby

    March 19, 2011 at 6:09 pm

    very soon na lace wig babes

  85. MOJOLA

    March 19, 2011 at 8:08 pm

    i soooo love geisha lol’s comment!! we think a like. whoever u are. u hit d nail in d head. like wasup with tonto’ bendy rollers???? haba! they r not hair accessories na. they arent 4 decorative purposes o. and dat her FUSCHIA PINK melrose bag dat LV has not decided 2 make yet left me highly disgusted! i mean, if ur gonna buy a replica make sure d bag does exist girl. and anne macaulay and dat her ‘birkin bag’ NAWA OOOO. these girls shld go and find out how much a birkin bag costs b4 carryin it like its an aldo bag. fake actin, fake accents, and fake bags is the summary of dis movie.the best actsss in d movie were emeka(d bush ibo merchant), gbogbo bigs girls and dat kesha girl! lol

  86. MissNikie

    March 20, 2011 at 1:41 am

    WTF…APPOLONIA, KAYSHA, KINBALI….don’t blame this is what unemployment is doing in our country, may God help us.


    March 20, 2011 at 2:50 am

    the funny thing is its only the first two parts of the movie that have been circulating online…part 3 and 4 are not up yet. as with most Nollywood movies, there is a lesson at the end. i believe the story in itself was heavily exaggerated, but lets pray for a good ending. just as “White Hunters” was kinda exaggerated (and funny, i will admit) there was a lesson to be learned in the end. im sure the ending will show how people shouldnt be so desperate to do anything for A PHONE and other material things.
    but lets wait and see sha….

  88. Sisi Yemmie

    March 20, 2011 at 3:00 am

    this movie was soooooo annoying. it was such a waste of time


    March 20, 2011 at 7:09 am

    lol…i just realized this same production company produced a movie called “Final Hour” with Oge and Tonto back in 2007. na wa! same storyline of campus girls all over again.
    what is wrong with these people sef? what is their interest with campus “babes” and campus rivalry/cultism/prostitution?
    NA WA!

  90. picus

    March 20, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    It’s a pity people have not come to realise the reason blackberry wass made. the sole reason is for business communication. not to be flaunted as a toy or an achievement.

  91. feejay

    March 20, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    Don’t know what it says about “us” but it is a fact that some and or many of our ladies will do anything for the finer things in life and Nollywood has simply turned reality into a dark comedy.

  92. MOJOLA

    March 21, 2011 at 8:37 am

    i soooo love geisha lol’s comment!! we think a like. whoever u are. u hit d nail in d head. like wasup with tonto’ bendy rollers???? haba! they r not hair accessories na. they arent 4 decorative purposes o. and dat her FUSCHIA PINK melrose bag dat LV has not decided 2 make yet left me highly disgusted! i mean, if ur gonna buy a replica make sure d bag does exist girl. and anne macaulay and dat her ‘birkin bag’ NAWA OOOO. these girls shld go and find out how much a birkin bag costs b4 carryin it like its an aldo bag. fake actin, fake accents, and fake bags is the summary of dis movie.the best acts in d movie were emeka(d bush ibo merchant), gbogbo bigs girls and dat kesha girl! lol

  93. Tiki

    March 21, 2011 at 11:07 am

    thanx @ Serene, exactly my point! ignore it if it offends your sensibilities….Also for the record, Naija babes go to lengths not even portrayed here to belong, if it’s not a BB its the car, the apartment, when they’re married its the house, the jewelry, your kid’s bday party, hols abroad…in fact, the growth of Nigerian society sometimes seems to be fueled by an unhealthy need for competition…so he who is without sin, cast the first stone. Everyone has a ‘craze’ of some sort…
    And BTW, by ranting about the movie, all y’all who call it crap are doing is promoting it!

  94. sexy blue berry

    March 21, 2011 at 11:16 am

    Black berry,black berry… its old school to me now. i`m on the next level….
    well! i`m actually browsing the internet with my BLUE BERRY.. who can beat that?

  95. Temisa

    March 21, 2011 at 11:44 am


  96. moneyman

    March 21, 2011 at 1:11 pm

    hahahahaha all you lot have succeeded in doing is making this movie even more popular, 152 comments? whaaaaaa! LoL!!!!

  97. timiebi

    March 21, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    I sincerely had stomach upset after watching d part one, it was an eyesore. POOR diction,pronunciation,acting,editing the list is endless.. emeka melala ‘no letleat no sullender’ was the reason i watched part 2 and after his part i just couldn’t be bothered with it..
    We are not saying copy foreign movies, we are saying there are talented writers in nigeria use them instead of crappy things….
    i don’t watch naija movies and i think ‘things'(will not elevate its status and call it a movie) make it easy for me to stay away from them…
    bbb summary: epitome of the word CRAP…

  98. Queen Erics

    March 21, 2011 at 4:36 pm

    when in 2002 i wrote” HOME VIDEO MOVIES AND SOCIO-POLITICAL DEVELOPEMENT: A STUDY OF THE NIGERIAN HOME MOVIES” as my thesis i guess i foresaw these days… when medicrity is extoled above professionalism! look at the attention the piece of nonsense is generating, comedy my foot! And who the Heck says comedy cant and doesnt teach? Absolute nonsense! guess i have to refer them the The great Aristophanes and Moliere :the fathers of Old and new comedy alike. Shaa, to each his own. As for moi, I believe they should have by now (with all them international eyes on them)evolved past this stage.

  99. mzdiva

    March 21, 2011 at 9:15 pm

    What’s next i-phone idols?

  100. Damy

    March 22, 2011 at 3:29 am

    We need new creative writers. We can’t keep making movies about the same things all the time. Nollywood is a representation of Nigeria to the outside world. when you keep making movies about how materialistic Nigerian girls are of cause people will start to believe it. Most Naija men think we are always after their money which to me now is not surprising anymore because that’s what the media especially Nollywood always has to say about us. I actually had to ask my friend who went to college in Nigeria if professors demanding sex from student for A’s is very common because Nollywood makes it seem like most male professors do it.

    A lot of East Africans watch Nollywood movies and they actually think most Nigerians do voodoo because of how popular the practice is in nollywood movies. One even asked me if i had a ring that helps me pass exam (how ridiculous, i wan slap the gurl dat day sef). I realized they have never been to Nigeria so all they know is what they see in our movies. there was even a time nollywood will make a stupid movie and have the audacity to say it’s a true life story at the beginning.
    all the retarded movies including this one that i’ve seen recently all seem to be starring the same actors. the guy that acts as tonto’s uncle just creeps me out now ever since i saw him in a trailer getting his nipple licked by another guy. The movie could have been better, if they didn’t force some of the role. how can u buy something at the store and pay online in like 2 secs. that was ridiculous. it is not by force to be kool o. oh yea, that is another problem nollywood has. they try too hard to be kool but end up looking stupid.

    I hate that they made this movie into 4 parts like really? they could have just edited it better and taken the stupid scenes out n just put everything into one part.

  101. JENNY

    March 22, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    pls guys that movie is comedy…thats hw its ment to be…its funny.and those of u criticzing oge shld knw that she is an actress and shld fit into any character…i love the movie o jare

  102. Purpleicious Babe

    March 22, 2011 at 5:51 pm

    Personally, I dont have issues with BB, I just cant stand why BB is now a virus spreading faster than HIV/AID in niaj. I believe the movies was made to showcase what BB is doing to the naij society. Thus, this movie portrays a typical naij babe @ Uni using BB as a level of status… Its inferior and its a negative style of need, where most girls/boys might feel peer pressured to get a BB to feel among. It is not needed, and BB shouldn’t be a determining factor for anything..

    I think that naij pple should take a chill pill on this BB business and others should refuse to be intimidated or insecure because they do not own a BB.

    Nevertheless, I am a set trender not a follower, way too many pple use and own BB its does not do it for me…

    • rotimi

      June 27, 2011 at 1:56 pm

      I agree with ur comment bt I ll recommend u to buy it cos I have it.thanks

  103. chichi

    March 22, 2011 at 7:09 pm

    appolonia should play more parts like this, she is just the BEST! i love her

  104. kemolala

    March 22, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    [email protected] most of the comments, Miss Tilly you are indeed very correct…………Tontoh’s english and her always tightening her neck to talk is beginning to irritate me , the only thing that made me laugh in this whole movie was Emeka the intanational boi ( ” you think im toothpick (stupid), when you are chopping my money you didnt have headache< when we reach the hotel, i willi buy palacetamol"......"what i did not chop flom your flend , i have chop flom you"....................looooooooooooooooooooooool, he was so on point with his acting.............everything else in the movie was just CLAAAAAAAAAAAAP (CRAP)....saying it in Emekas accent, as for Oge....smh

  105. THE AMAKA

    March 23, 2011 at 12:51 am

    its funny how Nigerians are all about “READ YOUR BOOKS OOO!” and going to the University to read….but the movies always portray University life to be everything but that. either that, or its a Christian girl being corrupted by her peers. na wa for Nollywood ooo. lol

  106. Numommy

    March 23, 2011 at 3:28 am

    I watched it …i was entertained. Did i love it…of course not, but i was entertained and laughed at funny parts too. Art imitates life, no matter how shallow it might be. I have had folks ask for my pin before my number. Isint that y everyone is so quick to put their pin as their status on facebook? U honestly dont think they want their 500 friends to add em…its sorta like “look! i got a bb too”. Anyway, this was like Jerry Springer tv … u know u shudnt be watching it , but the drama ( or in this case the fashion or lack of) keeps you watching. Again, I watched it and i was entertained…just the way Jersey shore entertains moi :).

  107. Q-Styl

    March 23, 2011 at 12:39 pm

    Watch out for “Brazilian Hair Babes (Part I, II, & III)

  108. lilibubly

    March 23, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    This movie rally got me cracking…lol. Emeka & A
    pollonia were too much. The producers could have done better with some of the scenes though..What was all that rubbish with Tonto’s hair???
    seriously, most of my friends in Naija have asked me several times for my BB pin and am like sorry I dont use a BB and they go like what?? This film to an extent portrays what is happening in Naija….

  109. primrose

    March 23, 2011 at 10:49 pm

    i don’t really watch Nigerian movies and i don’t allow my kids watch it, but with all these comments i have to see this movie before make my comment,blackberry babes what a title very funny

  110. Serena

    March 24, 2011 at 10:23 am

    DUMB – Movie Period! nothing funny about it! lines were lame! everything was over done and the actresses?…no comment! that’s a poor ass potrayal of the typical Nigerian female socialite! its not that deep! the fact ppl found it amusing shows how poor the nollywood industry is making y’alls IQs

  111. Eloho

    March 24, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    The movie title alone is repelling. I’m glad some people are moving nollywood forward and this is a product of some of the people not willing to let go of all these pedestrian stories. one thing i know from experience though is that most times; movies are shot with different titles and released with difference titles; meaning, Oge and co. could have been given a script with a not-so-ridiculous title and could be as embarrassed as we all are to see this. But still, script-wise; Oge should have ran wen approached. Please all this producers with no know-how should step aside and stop bringing down the name of nollywood and rubbing it in the mud!

  112. ch

    March 24, 2011 at 1:42 pm

    I think this movie depicts the level of mediocrity and lack of creativity in nollywood, from the movie title to the cast and producers. For crying out loud, this same producer has done exactly the same kinda films with different titles. Girls cot, white hunters and this all have the same theme,ladies prostituting for money. Its such a shame that there is no census board or if there is, one that will put a stop to these sort of rubbish that tarnish the image of the country abroad. Where is a story that talks about ladies who have achieved a lot for themselves by working hard, soaring over the challenges of the society and making a name for herself? None. All we get are these exaggerated depiction of a group of the society. I am of the opinion that women rights organisations should start denouncing these sort of films which debase the female folk. How will people take young women like me serious when all they see of them on tv is this sorta crap. And to all the cast of that movie, u guys definitely dnt want to be stars if u keep staring in such movies that make u look & sound stupid. I rest my case

  113. vivi

    March 24, 2011 at 5:45 pm

    BLACK AMERICAN FILMS are worse than Nigerian films. I repeat, Black American films are worse than Nigerian films. Only Tyler Perry and a few others have managed to save their face. They’re all on BET and gosh, they suck. I’ve come not to take most of these commenst seriously as I’ve realised most of them are from people who live in the states. You’re bored half the time and this is the only way you get your high. I will not watch a movie titled blackberry babes but I understand why anybody would make a film like that, it does represent the average Nigerian, always wanting to feel, to do things bc others are doing it. I think this is the core of the movie, not much different from the story of Jenifa. The movie has commercial value, I can already tell, and movie producers are not here to please you but to recoup their cost. If Nollywood is too crappy for you, there are always other woods. I find it silly that people who hate and only have negative things to say about Nigerian movies yet they keep following everything about the industry. It shows you up as brainless, if you don’t like a thing, you leave it alone. Others do and that’s why the industry has succeeded. Go invest in Nursing and follow it. As for the person who said Oge needs money for milk, I can only ask that the good Lord in heaven forgive you.

  114. lilkunta

    March 25, 2011 at 3:55 am

    HOw is nollywoodlove film company making $ since the WHOLE MOVIE is online for free?
    I thought vcd sales is how profits are made?

  115. amy

    March 25, 2011 at 5:14 am

    idk y yall goin hard with all these negative comments its just meant to be a comedy damn… ppl were yall sense of humors at….maybe yall should just stop watching nollywood movies n it will cause yall less stress

  116. 1234

    March 25, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    LWKMD! Great silly comedy movie. It’s not easy to make a movie about nonsense behavior. For those girls who allow themselves to be recharge battery, may you be the very best of the best in that industry. Nothing do una! Just hope some disease don’t end ur career. Apo Apo nwanne u’ll find ur babe…lol… this movie is like the other naija movie “white hunters”…. another great one… Good job producers on creating such comedies. When will part 3 come out?!

  117. Miss-cRaZy

    March 27, 2011 at 10:51 pm

    Some people would go to the extent of selling even their body parts, same way peeps sell car parts. . .just to buy a BB…haha!! smh!!

  118. Nik

    March 28, 2011 at 2:49 am

    Wow, all this for a BB? Sad to wonder what they’ll do for an Android or i-Phone (sigh).

  119. meerahbell

    April 9, 2011 at 12:14 pm

    d movie makes no sense….it jst potrays nigerians 2 be shallowminded pple

  120. VeeVee

    April 10, 2011 at 7:10 am

    What the movie says, as many of our movies and current societal culture do; is that we are a people – Nigerians – with collective low self esteem. After “they” came to our land in the 1600’s and told us we were not good enough; that we were a bush, primal, uncivilized people, who needed governing and control by a group higher than us (the “they”). That our way of life, spiritual practices, style of dress (mostly nude), skin color, hair texture, adornments, way our kingdoms ruled….all of it was beneath, sub-standard, low, sub-human, monkey, animalistic, scary, taboo, tribal, frightening, black, dark. Yes, after they came, we (Nigerians…Africans) became a group of people with collective low self esteem. Pretending to love who we are today, when what we love the most is not at all a reflection of us, but rather, how close some of us can appear to be like “them”. So, if they say it’s good. We follow. If they say it’s bad, we leave it. Blackberry Babes, is us. Next year, it will be iPhone Iyawos, followed by Android Aunties. lol Kai! It’s all very sad. (too bad we can’t love ourselves as much as Indians, Asians or Onyigbo people love their culture and history….we would be sooo much better off).

  121. Luwa

    May 6, 2011 at 2:17 pm

    this is kinda late but Bella Naija has actually promoted this movie by mistake cz dose who hvnt watched it went 2 watch it so they can comment better. I’m in NY and on campus ALL as in ALL the African students i know (even guys) were talking bout the movie..s o i decided to watch. I just thot it was funny and a little bit exagerated but iono ..i know der r a lot of extreme girls but I don’t like how it’s only ONE girl in the whole movie that wasn’t crazy about BB….come one now that just make Nigerian girls look silly.. Anyway I had a BB for a month and it was only because my brother didn’t like it and he gave it to me. I didn’t like it either. I def prefer Androids and iPhones. Also who calls it Black berry FONE..omggggg weirdos everyone calls it a blackberry or BB..

    • rotimi

      June 27, 2011 at 2:02 pm

      Are u sure u got a bb ,ok text me ur pin.mind is 31c3c086.I have not watch the film,can u gist me

  122. deluxe

    May 8, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    All this HATERS saw the name and decided to watch it.Naija for you.Whatsoever is acted anywhere shows what is happening in that nation.The truth is bitter- There is craze for BB among naija chics.The BB concious chics are the most haters.whether you do what the girls did in the movie or worse for a BB brought about this movie.PERIOD!

  123. demi

    May 15, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    First of all You don’t call our so called (Nigerian Movie, Movie They are Nigeria Drama). What a rubbish drama. In this 21st century they’re suppost to be doing movie or drama that educate and enlight our people and kids instead they are celebrating what a a low life low class wanna be… What the hell is that BlackBerry shit of a drama.
    It’s not even the Drama that grab my attention. It’s the Bleaching of Oge Okoye and Tonto Dikeh that frighten me. What kind of message are they passing to our childen? That their dark skin is not good enough. Nigerians in spot light are suppose to be roll models to our childen. I FIND THIS VERY WORRYING. If they’re not proud of who they are dosen’t that tell us something. For me it is obvious they’re not fit to sell us any drama.

  124. rotimi

    June 27, 2011 at 1:46 pm

    Hmm…I have not watch the movie,any body to gist me,my pin is 31c3c086

  125. rotimi

    June 27, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    Look guy,I neva though that bb is gud.anyway,maybe sum people does not hav money to buy it bt I advice people to go for the phone its interesting.u can contact me on my hotmail or bb we can talk further

  126. tamia

    July 8, 2011 at 11:59 pm

    Hahaha I love it,wat AMaKA te mugu is doing exactly wat igbo drug dealers do,tey speack exactly like tink tey can buy love to arrogant.un educated frm ENUGU,OKA did not know tat nigerian knows teir igbo ppl are stupid and also mugus.I love tat movie because its te truth of wat me and my gals use to do wit tem,emeka,indubisi,nonso,judi,uche igbo mugus I’m not a nigeria we always laugh at nigerians tinking tey stupid because of ppl like amaka

  127. tamia

    July 9, 2011 at 12:33 am

    Why are u guys angry?because te movies says it all about nigerians (emeka)I’ve met so many igbo drug dealers 419 wo behave exactly like amaka we even tought nigerians are all te same.until we met gud educated ones,wat tey saying is da truth about nigerians in my country hahaha mugus tey call temselves emeka ,indubisi,okwy,uche,osi,nonso internation stupid igbo men hahaha

  128. tamia

    July 9, 2011 at 11:35 pm

    I love da movie wo ever wrote it knows wat he is taikin about(emeka)tats exactly da way igbo men behave an my country.tey sell drugs 419.and do exactly wat emeka does,tey are enugu,oka un educated drug dealers wo tinks money is every thing in fect me and my gals we use to chop teir money te same way oge was doing.very stupid igbo drug dealers infact somebody will know wat country I’m frm with igbo drug dealers,tey also tell u tat tey are chiefs in nigeria hahaha

  129. Lisa

    August 4, 2011 at 10:35 pm

    I think your over thinking it. I am Half Nigerian, and really was never interested in that part of me until recently so I consider myself the outside looking in. I understand that its a movie and not a true reflection of nigerian culture. People like stuff.. in America girls do the same thing for iphones, apartments, and cars. Ever consider how the LA starving actress has the newest LV bag?

  130. Vintage

    September 3, 2013 at 10:01 pm

    In a way its realistic, naija girls are too fashion crazy, and too crazy over what the western world is doing. So ehen BB came out, Naija people de go craze, but now its over…everybody has it. I want to travel to Nigeria for some time from the UK…and I feel like buying BB just for that and keeping my iphone home. Just because everyone has BB already, so no one should give me short sleeve just for iphone. mcheww.

  131. blackberry-girls

    March 22, 2018 at 10:14 am

    This is relay nice girls

  132. Morgan Edward

    March 4, 2020 at 10:00 am

    First of all You don’t call our so called (Nigerian Movie, Movie They are Nigeria Drama). What a rubbish drama. In this 21st century they’re suppost to be doing movie or drama that educate and enlight our people and kids instead they are celebrating what a a low life low class wanna be… What the hell is that BlackBerry shit of a drama.
    It’s not even the Drama that grab my attention. It’s the Bleaching of Oge Okoye and Tonto Dikeh that frighten me. What kind of message are they passing to our childen? That their dark skin is not good enough. Nigerians in spot light are suppose to be roll models to our childen. I FIND THIS VERY WORRYING. If they’re not proud of who they are dosen’t that tell us something. For me it is obvious they’re not fit to sell us any drama.

  133. john stalon

    May 4, 2020 at 12:29 pm

    In a way its realistic, naija girls are too fashion crazy, and too crazy over what the western world is doing. So ehen BB came out, Naija people de go craze, but now its over…everybody has it. I want to travel to Nigeria for some time from the UK…and I feel like buying BB just for that and keeping my iphone home. Just because everyone has BB already, so no one should give me short sleeve just for iphone. mcheww

  134. john stalon

    May 6, 2020 at 1:24 am

    Hahaha I love it,wat AMaKA te mugu is doing exactly wat igbo drug dealers do,tey speack exactly like tink tey can buy love to arrogant.un educated frm ENUGU,OKA did not know tat nigerian knows teir igbo ppl are stupid and also mugus.I love tat movie because its te truth of wat me and my gals use to do wit tem,emeka,indubisi,nonso,judi,uche igbo mugus I’m not a nigeria we always laugh at nigerians tinking tey stupid because of ppl like amaka

  135. morgan frank

    May 20, 2020 at 3:25 am

    Buying your medications and Research Chemicals Online can be a smart move. It saves you money many times, as you remove the cost of a physical retailer. Online prices for medications are almost always lower, and when it comes to medications you require, any savings you can get can really help. You’ll often have to buy these medications regularly, and those costs can really add up. So buying online gives you an opportunity to save some money.


    January 10, 2022 at 12:56 pm

    I really appreciate this post. I will bookmark your blog and check again here frequently. All the information and facts I needed about this subject and didn’t know who to ask. Thanks for sharing…

  137. Cordial birds

    March 31, 2022 at 11:25 am

    A lovely website please do send me newsletters via email I love this website.

  138. Glocks

    March 31, 2022 at 11:29 am

    Cool design this site is always beautiful and full of new stuffs.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Star Features