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BN Saturday Celebrity Interview: “I Don’t Have to Prove Anything” Rising Actor Alex Ekubo gives his Most Intimate Interview on the “Hilarious” Gay Rumours | Dishes on his Dream Girl, his Passions & More!



OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe Nigerian entertainment scene in recent years has had an influx of young, aspiring talents who bring much colour to the industry. They come with their own swag, a variety of styles and generally make careers such as acting and modeling as glam as it is today. Alex Ekubo, a one-time first runner up of the Mr. Nigeria contest, a model and an actor is one of such vibrant, young entertainers buzzing right now.
Aged 27, Alex studied Law at the University of Calabar and obtained a Diploma in Mass Communication from the Calabar Polytechnic. He was the recipient of the Most Promising Act at the Best of Nollywood Award in 2012. He has featured in several movies and TV productions such as ‘In the Cupboard’, ‘True Citizens’,  ‘Dream Walker’, ‘Weekend Getaway’ and more.
Every time Alex steps on to the red carpet, his dapper looks and well fitted clothes brings the photographers swarming over him. He often makes the best dressed lists, front pages of magazines, blog headlines, and there is no denying that he is a celebrity who is here to stay for a long time. But despite the paparazzi and media attention around him, Alex is just as cool and friendly as the guy next door.

It’s already four months into the year and a lot has been happening on the entertainment scene. What have you been up to this year?
We just finished shooting a movie called “Gold Digging”. It’s a Rukky Sanda movie and it has myself, Rukky, Yvonne Nelson, IK Ogbonna, Venita Akpofure, Denrele and Sexy Steel. Before that, I finished a movie titled “Keeping My Man” with Ramsey Nouah, Monalisa Chinda and Ini Edo.

Take me down memory lane. How did you get into the acting profession?
Acting is something I’ve always had a passion for. When I was young, producers and directors would use our house to shoot movies. Sometimes they gave me minor roles like asking me to cry in a movie. Years later, I moved to University of Calabar to study Law but I was still into the Arts. I presented a TV show and was part of the Dance Drama group. In 2010, I emerged first runner up at the Mr. Nigeria contest which gave me a good platform to launch my acting career. That was when I landed my first major movie role in ‘Ladies Men’. But before then, I was in some TV productions like ‘Secrets & Scandals’, ‘Hope Bay’ and ‘Happy Family’. I’ve also featured in ‘In The Cupboard’, ‘True Citizens’, ‘Weekend Getaway’, ‘Lovelorn’ and ‘AY’s Crib’. God has really been faithful to me. I’ve just had a lot to do here and there.
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You’ve not been acting professionally for so long yet you’ve gotten some recognition such as the Most Promising Male Act for 2012 Best of Nollywood Awards. How does that make you feel?
I feel humbled. Like the Bible says, “The race is not to the swift or the battle to the strong”. In this short time I’ve been around, there has been so much buzz. I don’t even know what I do, I am my biggest critic. But it’s humbling when I come out and people recognize my works. I believe God strongly and I hold Him close.

I get the feeling that you are quite religious.
I am very religious. My Mum is an Evangelist, my Dad is an Elder. If I go to hell, I will feel bad because of my religious background. I grew up in a strong, vibrant Christian home, the type where you join the choir as a kid and if you do something wrong, my Mum would say “I would report you to God”.

Do you exercise your religious belief in every aspect of your life and career?
Everything I do is about God. I am at a place where I don’t do anything without asking “God, is it OK if I do this?” I see a lot of young people who’ve had their lives cut short, people having plane crashes. I travel a lot, I am not holier or better than them but God protects me. It’s not by my power, it’s by His Grace that I exist.
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I’m sure you must have studied hard to obtain a Law Degree from the University. Do you have any plans of working as a Lawyer?
My Law degree is in my freezer, chilling. As the saying goes “strike the iron when it is hot”, now that my market is selling in Nollywood and entertainment, let me be striking this iron now. Entertainment is my thing and Acting is a career on its own. When people ask me what I do, I say “I’m an Actor”. They expect me to say more, but I say “I am an Actor, that’s all.”

This is probably because they get the idea that you have a lot of free time. You are present at almost every red carpet and major event within and outside the country and people want to know why?
People get it twisted a lot. I’ve learnt to respect people for what they do and I think people should do the same too. As an entertainer, being seen and heard is part of your job description. If I say let me package myself out of the scene, I will package myself out of business. I have an obligation and a moral standing to be at such events.

Could you explain some of these obligations?
If you see me at a fashion show like ‘Music Meets Runway’, it’s because I am a model and I was invited as a guest of honour. If you see me at a comedy show like ‘AY Show’, I act in AY’s crib so I have to be there.

If I see you at Dubai for 2face Idibia’s wedding…
I didn’t go on my own. If 2face extends an arm and says “Come and support me,” I will oblige him like I did. So tomorrow, if I have an engagement and I invite him, he will also come. That is how we do in this business of entertainment, we support each other. I was on my own when they invited me to come and present an award at AMAA; they paid for my accommodation and flight ticket. At the end of the day, someone said “Alex what were you doing at AMAA?”. Hello? I am an actor! If you watch closely, I hardly attend music shows. But the ones that have to do with acting, modeling and movie premieres, I have to be there because I was invited.
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You always seem to be paired up with your colleague and friend, Uti Nwachukwu at such events. Why?
Uti is my brother and my friend who has been there for me through thick and thin. What a lot of people don’t know is that we have a lot in common. He is a model, I am a model; he is an actor, I am an actor. Most times, we don’t even go together to events but I can’t see him outside and act as if I don’t know him. If people want to misconstrue it, then happy thinking to them.

Your relationship with him has been tagged a romantic one on several occasions with people insinuating that you are gay partners. How do you feel about this?
It’s hilarious! Back in the days, when you have a friend who you go out with often, it was cool, people called him your best friend. Now, when they see two guys together, people begin to have weird thoughts. You see, in this business of entertainment, what you need is someone that believes in you to grow. Uti is big, and he helped me a lot prior to now that I’m beginning to gather my momentum. He is a ‘Big Brother Africa All Stars’ Winner. You can hate him but you can’t take that away from him. A lot of these local celebrities, outside Victoria Island nobody knows them. Uti is someone who grandmothers and pepper sellers know. We were in Ghana recently and the President of Ghana saw Uti at the Airport and recognized him. You can’t hate on success.

Where do you think the rumours originated from?
I don’t care and I am not bothered. Nigerians have what I call the crab mentality. Have you seen a bunch of crabs in a bucket? When one is trying to come out, the others pull it down. If these insinuations were true, by now there should be a picture to prove it. Look at most successful Nigerian entertainers, they were either tagged gay or Illuminati which I find weird. You see some girls acting their lives away on TV and people tag them as “runs girls”. Almost every young, successful entertainer has a negative tag and it is disheartening.
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The word on the streets is that you both live together. Is that true?
Yes we do. But is it anybody’s problem who I live with or who Uti lives with? We all know how expensive it is to live in a highbrow area in Lagos. If you have a friend who you are getting along with and you want to live with each other, is that anybody’s problem?

How does this rumour affect your career?
It doesn’t affect my career because to me, I am just living my life. I’ve never come out to refute anything because I don’t owe anybody any explanation. It’s my life.

Talking about refuting, you kinda took it hard on Twitter recently when in response to a Tweet “Are you truly Uti Nwachukwu’s gay partner?” you replied “Did your father truly molest you when you were a child?” Where did that come from?
Sometimes, people forget that even as celebrities, we are human. Sometimes you are in the mood or not in the mood when you reply tweets. It was just a spur of the moment thing. I had to do that so that he can also experience how it feels when people are asked that sort of question.

Let’s take our chat away from Uti now and talk about the lady in your life. Who is Alex dating?
So you people can bring her online and dissect her life and generation, abi?

Funny, but no. We just want to know her.
I like to keep my life private. The records are there, I don’t have to prove anything. The Igbos say “You can’t learn to be left handed in an old age” and the English people would say “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks”. I don’t need to tell everyone who I’m dating to prove anything. When the right time comes, you would know who the person is.
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So there is a someone?
Right now, I am single. I am married to my career. That is my focus and I don’t want to be distracted. But I’m not blocking my heart out, I am open and if the right person comes along, fine.

Maybe we should match make you on BellaNaija. Tell me your specs. What do you want in a woman?
She has to be God fearing and intelligent. I like a beautiful woman; I mean I try small so let me have a hot girl so that we’ll give birth to a hot hot baby. Maybe we can give birth to the next Miss World.

Still on the topic of dating, let’s talk about your ‘records’. Who was your first crush?
I remember her very well. I schooled at Federal Government College Daura, Katsina state and my first crush was in school with me then. She was the most beautiful girl I had seen at that time and she was really really quiet which intrigued me. While the other girls were loud and everywhere, she was a very quiet girl.

Did you ever get into a relationship with her?
We hit it off much later and I regret that it was so late because it was when I was writing my final exams and we had only a few months together. After we graduated, we lost touch and I haven’t seen her since then.

How about your first kiss. Who did you share that with?
The same girl. I remember the magical night, we were outside one Valentine’s Day after night prep. I bought her some gifts and I kissed her very briefly. I was shy and she was shy and it was magical. Oh, I’m having goose bumps remembering this moment.
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…And he was literally blushing. Away from the mushy stuff now, you talk a lot about acting but not modeling. What is happening to your modeling career?
It’s there. It’s something I’ve always loved to do but my career now is Acting. I did a Brand Ambassadorship for Chiviita Active a while ago; photo shoots for MTN and Mainstreet Bank. Plus I’m a runway model and I’ve done both local and international fashion shows.

A lot of models are into designers and fashion labels. Who would you readily put your money on – Nigerian or foreign designers?
I am passionate about Nigeria. I can only be a second citizen in another country but this is my first love. I love Nigerian designers, they are doing an amazing job. All my suits are made by Nigerian designers. I don’t have any English suits (and I have a lot of suits). I also wear Nigerian shoes.

Who designs your suits?
Taryor Gabriels. He cuts my suits like it’s a second skin. I also wear Yomi Casual, Mai Atafo, Rikaoto Couture and for T shirts I wear Thots on Tees. But my Mum is my number one designer. She has a fashion outfit called Jalex Creations.

It seems a lot of designers are very willing to put their clothes on you. How do you maintain your mannequin-like body?
I’m not a gym rat. I just eat right and drink lots of water. Personally, I think I am factory fitted like this. I don’t go out of my way to do anything extraordinary.
Lots of celebs these days complain of people hacking into their social media accounts and using it for mischief.  Have you ever been impersonated on social media?
There are over 7 accounts in my name on Facebook and they are not mine! My personal page is already full with over 5,000 likes so I opened a fan page which is Alexx Ekubo. Most times, I use two X’s in my name. On Twitter I use @alexxekubo and on Instagram, Keek and Cinemagram I also use Alexx Ekubo. But recently, I’ve been getting complains of people using these fake accounts to dupe innocent people. A girl munched some chats and showed me on Twitter how someone impersonated me and collected money from her to meet me at a film school. People should please take not of this.

If there was any event you wish you could change that happened in this country, what would it be?
I wish I could change the Aluu 4 incident. It hurts me every time I remember that four innocent young men were brutally murdered in broad daylight and it was recorded and put on YouTube for the whole world to see. It hurt me that the dreams of Tekena, Ugo, Lloyd and Chidiaka was brutally cut short. It hurts me that in Nigeria today, people see an accident and the first thing they do is bring out their cameras and take pictures and videos. If warlords like Charles Taylor can be tried in a court of Law, I don’t see what these boys did that people had to beat and burn them on the streets. You don’t even treat animals like that.

You should probably run for a political office since you are so passionate about Nigeria.
I owe my life totally to God and the will of God. If a time comes and an opportunity presents itself, sure. I’d like an opportunity to serve and give back to my people. I am always an advocate of being the change you want to see in the world.

Alex Ekubo in AY’s Crib

Alex Ekubo in Weekend Getaway

Adeola Adeyemo is a graduate of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from University of Lagos. However, her passion is writing and she worked as a reporter with NEXT Newspaper. She believes that anything can be written about; anything can be a story depending on the angle it is seen from and the writer's imagination. When she is not writing news or feature articles, she slips into her fantasies and creates interesting fiction pieces. She blogs at


  1. sarafina

    May 4, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    Lmao! Why so angry doe? You are so…

  2. blackcoffee

    May 4, 2013 at 1:12 pm

    People hear it oh……….this handsome guy is not gay,being good friends those not mean that they doing that okay,and i like how he answer that idiot who asked “Are you truly Uti Nwachukwu’s gay partner?” and the answer to his Q was “Did your father truly molest you when you were a child?”which i find really good for that fool.LOVE TO SEE YOU TOGETHER BOYS DONT MIND THOSE LESSBUSY people.

  3. Tee

    May 4, 2013 at 1:12 pm

    Interesting interview overall. He seems really vast in his culture. See the way he quotes wise sayings from everywhere.

    Lol @ I would report you to God!

    “Uti is someone who grandmothers and pepper sellers know” so true. And he is really down to earth! Has BN interviewed Uti?

  4. lol

    May 4, 2013 at 1:15 pm

    Good to know u went in on Alex, U guys at bella are usually political correct. Still not convinced sha…na their own wahala…BTW, how are we meant to have pictures when ‘IF’ you guys do anything its probably behind closed doors….Anyway i don’t discriminate and u guys can do what u want.

    • mrs. p

      May 4, 2013 at 1:54 pm

      Are you for real? Who are you for him to care about your opinion- …”still not convinced” and “they probably do it behind closed doors abi”?
      In your head you are a Christian or Moslem abi and now your life is enriched abi? Don’t hide behind ‘lol’ to make cast such aspersions especially when the person in question is clearly saying he isn’t gay… get over yourself

  5. Kizito

    May 4, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    Keep up the hustle brother hardwork pays .

  6. kokoqueen

    May 4, 2013 at 1:28 pm

    *yawn* Bible don suffer….We (humans) are responsible for our actions and inaction…Alex, we the world leave you to your conscience…..

    • sweetie

      May 4, 2013 at 7:09 pm

      you so hurt ma

  7. whocares

    May 4, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    AAhh i LIKE him.. he has a back bone and he seemed straight.. I was ambivalent about him before as all I knew about him was that he was always on red carpets.. but hmm I get it now.. I dont even care if he is gay or not (this is the first time I have heard of such insinuations really) I have always maintained that what people do in the privacy of their bedroom is nobody’s business (but my friend will be gutted if he is cos she has a HUGE crush on him… I should play a prank on her and tell her that he is gan sef, she may faint. loool. )

    • whocares

      May 4, 2013 at 1:39 pm

      ahh i just realised.. wrong choice of word, when i said he seemed straight i was in no way referring to his sexual orientation.. I meant that he seemed straightforward and direct in his approach to questions. lool. let me add this little disclaimer now before someone misquotes me #inofitshout. lool..

  8. isatou dumbuya

    May 4, 2013 at 1:46 pm

    good 1 luv u so muc alex with all my heart you the best

  9. Esther

    May 4, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    I just love Alexx!!!! He’s down to earth too

    • Andie

      May 5, 2013 at 7:48 am

      Sorry but it always strikes me as weird and like forced arrogance when a celebrity actually refers to himself as a celebrity. “People forget that we celebrities are human”. Quite irritating. But carry on people. What do I know

  10. sucrescalada

    May 4, 2013 at 2:33 pm

    nice interview…. Alex is one person i also look up to am also a model and pple seem to tag every negative word to pple in the entertainment industries… keep on risin bro the sky is ur starting point…

  11. Bliss

    May 4, 2013 at 2:34 pm

    MI/Tubaba said it best “If nobody talk about you then you are nobody.”
    Keep head up HYT
    Btw…Non player is the first thing on ma list and me sef I try small. How shall we apply? Just kidding or am I 😉 LOL

  12. salsera

    May 4, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    lol @factory fitted body

  13. gistyinka blog

    May 4, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    i really love all answer to question offer to him, will are all human being…

  14. Chyke

    May 4, 2013 at 2:50 pm

    Ermmmmmm! Oga Alex sharrrrap there. U are dating Uti but it’s ya life cos I supp0rt same sex marr!age. Also u being @every party is nothing good. Pls u need to learn from Bryan Okwara. U don’t have to be @every party so as to remain relevant. D only good thing about u are ur looks n cool dress sense. U can’t act. Modelling fits u. Same with Uti. Stiff wannabes.

  15. mexico

    May 4, 2013 at 2:53 pm

    Going through this interview, the guy is simply intelligent. Tho, he tried much to avoid the qts, when first asked abt his relationship wit Uti. He then came back n gave a more thoughtful responses when asked abt that again.

  16. jennietobbie

    May 4, 2013 at 2:54 pm

    Love him

  17. natty

    May 4, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    I love this interview, even though I tot he was a bit angry at first but overall its a good interview and appropriate response to the gay rumours

  18. Deedee

    May 4, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    Nice interview,you are handsome and seem down-to-earth and friendly, am having a change of heart towards u Alex……………

  19. Jules

    May 4, 2013 at 3:07 pm

    OMG I love him, he’s so humble.. Marry me! lol


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  21. Partyrider

    May 4, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    Uhmm did you just write Christian Aguilera?

  22. Temizzy

    May 4, 2013 at 3:43 pm


  23. d

    May 4, 2013 at 3:48 pm

    no one seemed to watch the AY crib show posted. really funny

    • Laide

      May 4, 2013 at 5:52 pm

      Yeah because it has been posted on BN before, so most pple wud ve seen it

  24. chinny

    May 4, 2013 at 4:09 pm

    Wow lovely intervie alex,so u actually studied Law?intresting what a lovely one.ur best talks I love Tell me your specs. What do you want in a woman?
    She has to be God fearing and intelligent. I like a beautiful woman; I mean I try small so let me have a hot girl so that we’ll give birth to a hot hot baby. Maybe we can give birth to the next Miss World. And Who designs your suits? Taryor Gabriels. He cuts my suits like it’s a second skin. I also wear Yomi Casual I enjoyed ur interview and I laughed too lovely keep it up

  25. x factor

    May 4, 2013 at 5:09 pm

    Nice one bro, was indifferent about this dude before now but i guess i like him….keep it real mate

  26. ebony

    May 4, 2013 at 5:19 pm

    I’ve always loved ALEX. Dnt be pulled down by peoples misconceptions which *is not there biznez* carry on the good work. Annabel

  27. you're under arrest-ijustmetme!

    May 4, 2013 at 5:34 pm


  28. Ebun

    May 4, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    Nicee interview. Buh u don’t have to be in our faces all the time. Quite Intelligent.

  29. nene

    May 4, 2013 at 6:27 pm

    whatever makes him happy.

  30. Berry Dakara

    May 4, 2013 at 6:34 pm

    Met him during the week and I have to say he was really down to earth. He was very nice and his smile is TO-DIE-FOR!

  31. sweetie

    May 4, 2013 at 7:07 pm

    The Interviewer went into this interview with preconceived notions about Alex and it reeked in the way the questions were asked, your personal opinions about who you are interviewing should not be passed across to the reader and I am sorry but that is what I got out of this interview. The Interviewer/adeola adeyomo needs to do better. As for alex, I like how he came across in this interview, like someone who has his head in the right place, you can only take so much when everytime people have something to say about who you are friends with or why you are at all the parties, etc. Big ups to you alex, keep doing you, God bless you.

  32. truth

    May 4, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    I love this guy + he has a way with words! Brilliant Interview

  33. Anifera

    May 4, 2013 at 7:36 pm

    It’s obvious we don’t love ourselves in Nigeria so there’s no need trying to live ur life pleasing som1,do ur tin bro and kip ur mind focus cos I have always knew you will go places right from university of calabar where I knew you. Gudluck

  34. Triangle

    May 4, 2013 at 7:45 pm

    I was an avid fan of BN Saturday Celebrity interview when it started and till date I don’t think I’ve missed any yet. That being said, I’ve noticed the really sad trend of the interviews taking another dimension, in that, not a word of the interviewee is mentioned. An interview is supposed to shed light on a personality as it were. When you guys started, in the short span of the interview we would have learnt a little of this and that of the person!
    Take for example this interview, not one question was asked about where he’s from and you know family background etc, he volunteered the information himself, the FGC Daura crush joke and the titbit about his mom owning a fashion outfit.
    Interviews by their very nature should be engaging. I should read an interview on Alex and tomorrow see him and know a little about him. Do not make the mistake of focusing on the personality’s life at the moment that you forget the basic components of an interview!
    You guys started well but I think you should have a standard format of questions you ask your guests to make sure you stick to it, lest you get tempted to you know, just ramble as the interview progresses.

  35. Triangle

    May 4, 2013 at 7:54 pm

    Then let me come to the interview, aside d gay stuff nothing new was revealed. *rme
    Alex is a better model than actor if you ask me. I made the mistake of watching ‘in the cupboard’ at the cinema and it was a crappy movie with no real storyline. His acting was okay I’d say but he should learn to pick his scripts. In as much as you want to conquer the industry and make your mark, you should be choosy on the scripts you take. If we come to associate you with good movies, all the better. No need joining the bandwagon of movie location every weekend. From the reviews of ‘Weekend getaway’ I know I won’t be watching.
    Then onto the ‘lawyer’ issue, I didn’t see him mention attending law school, so for all intents & purposes, Alex Ekubo is a ‘Law Graduate’ of the University of Calabar. There’s a difference.

  36. Tosin

    May 4, 2013 at 8:11 pm

    Looks-wise, he’s really nice to look at. Uti too. Go ahead kiddo!

  37. reeny...

    May 4, 2013 at 8:34 pm

    wow ..Ikenna u grew up to be so intelligent ,and definitely hotter no wonder i had a tiny bit of child crush on you in st louis pri school Kano..o silly little me
    you’ve done well for yourself..kudos.
    wish ya more success

    • I hate people that say "thank me later"

      May 5, 2013 at 6:34 am

      for everyone’s sake here…I hoping you’re female….please be a female!!
      hahaha JK!

  38. Keek Dat

    May 4, 2013 at 9:20 pm

    Not bad

  39. #ijustmetme!

    May 4, 2013 at 9:23 pm

    BN thanks for not posting my previous comment.. btw interesting interview and person

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    May 4, 2013 at 9:56 pm

    I just wish his first crush could read this and locate him! Aside attending Red carpet,never seen his acting. They actually live togeda? Top actor don’t attend every event to stay relevant na…I’m less bothered about that anyway…I’ve personal issue to worry more about..BN when are interviewing the likes of Chimamamda,Asa,Oluchi,Agbani? Need some more refreshing interview

  41. Peace Oni

    May 4, 2013 at 10:43 pm

    Good read. Enjoyed learning more about Alex Ekubo. Intelligent responses. Its funny how the only thing we know how to do in this country is bring each other down. I’m glad Alex realises he’s in public eyes and everything he does will be scrutinised… and of course he doesn’t need to prove anything to anyone. I think he should work on being a better actor though. Alex, get an acting technique and let it work for you. You have IT in you but it’s not completely out yet. I believe in you. #okbye.

  42. iba

    May 5, 2013 at 12:29 am

    He is an intelligent young man. I can see the legal side of him. U go Alex, the world is your oyster.

  43. Ugbaby

    May 5, 2013 at 12:44 am

    @Triangle, yes he’s just a Law Graduate not a Lawyer. Seeing as he did not write or pass the Bar exam. Again, we know how degrees are ‘obtained’ in that particular school. University of Calabar.

  44. jenjen

    May 5, 2013 at 5:46 am

    Am so luving alex now waoo.wot an intervie! Atlst sm ple can now rest thr case.will sure follow u on instagram and keek. Now .much luv boo.w

  45. 2X

    May 5, 2013 at 6:36 am

    As a Bakorian, i say Pro Unitate to you my FGC Daura brother!!!!

  46. love best

    May 5, 2013 at 7:30 am

    The Alexx I know will never be gay….. Interesting interview…..

  47. rebellious child

    May 5, 2013 at 1:15 pm

    alexx you are not singleooo…hmmm i wonder how BN could have missed who your woman is,when every time una take picture together, you look lost in her..i beg..single my foot, or i guess since una both actors una dey play emotion for photo…mtcheww…

  48. rebellious child

    May 5, 2013 at 1:21 pm

    wait is alex ekubo his real name or stage name? am confused,just saw someone write ikenna? his igbo?

  49. Miss Kay

    May 5, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    OMG I’m in love!

  50. Sharon Igho

    May 5, 2013 at 5:57 pm

    Alex u ROCK!! Just keep workin hard. People will talk ..that you already know.. Wish u success bro.All the best (Addiction)

  51. Thelma

    May 5, 2013 at 9:48 pm

    You are an amazing person. Whether gay, bisexual(cos I know someone you love) or straight, that’s between you and God. Don’t just let arrogance crawl into you because I am beginning to sense it.

  52. Hurperyermie

    May 6, 2013 at 8:43 am

    people must talk either u are a celeb or not so live ur life Alex and let pple talk its their hobby

  53. The Fairy GodSister

    May 6, 2013 at 11:51 am

    He seems to have his head in the right place, I really enjoyed this interview.

  54. obitalk

    May 6, 2013 at 4:48 pm

    good interview

  55. @debbiesoft

    May 7, 2013 at 7:40 am

    Seriously dis guy is fyn. Ur dad must b a terrorist cos u r “DA BOMB”

  56. Zero

    May 10, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    Very cocky and tacky bobo in my opinion….

  57. Debbie

    May 13, 2013 at 5:46 pm

    I recently met Alexx, (and Uti) on 2 occasions, and this perosn in this interview represents the real man. They are gentle and articulate young men, with no pretensions. Anyone looking for dirt will of course find it, but it will likely be the dirt in their own eye. Leave these young talented people to flourish and make Nigerian proud, support them any way we can. THAT is our obligation. C’mon people, please.

  58. darlingboy

    May 21, 2013 at 4:01 pm

    U got to be kidding me,rumors bout him been a gay?lol,or were u guys (JK)just that he dosent want u into his private life else u would seen it..(girlfriends r nt just few)rebellious child..evrybodi shuld ve his/her native ikenna is.,,,,if alexx s just a stage name..y using it evrywhr…

  59. Leye

    November 20, 2013 at 3:39 am

    All this one na long thing. Why did he digress into a
    speech when they asked him if he was gay. Guy the answer is Yes or
    no, NO SPEECH Involved

  60. Ley

    November 20, 2013 at 3:39 am

    All this one na long thing. Why did he digress into a
    speech when they asked him if he was gay. Guy the answer is Yes or
    no, NO SPEECH Involved

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