Even g@ys make passes at me- Emmanuel Ikubuese, ex-Mr. Nigeria
Former Mr. Nigeria, Emmanuel Ikubese is living his dreams. He has been climbing the ladder of success daily with his acting prowess. He was one of the lead actors in FIFTY, the top grossing movie in Nigeria today.
In an encounter with Goldenpearlmedia the Delta State born actor cum model talks about how homos3xuals have been disturbing him on social media.
How has this year been for you?
I have been very busy, working and doing a lot of productions. It has been really great so far. I have also taken out time to do some of my personal projects involving my foundation. We have gone to several schools, taking out the messages against domestic violence and abuse. Some company endorsed me this year, so I’d be going to a lot of schools to do some stuffs for them. In all, 2016, has been so awesome.
What's the worst thing a female fan has done to you?
I have lots of female fans, jump up to me and give me a kiss right in the public. And I was like...'Ok...Ok'. But I just can't embarrass them because they simply love me for what I do.
Do they also slide into your Direct Messages on social media to admire and probably send nude you pictures?
Of course, I do get that a lot. But not nude pictures though. I don't think any female fan in her right senses would want to send me a nude picture. I know they do send though, but not to people like me. My image is not that corrupt for someone to try such.
But you often post bare-chest photos on social media, maybe would work as a signal to them. Don't you think so?
Yes, I do, but I don't do it for anybody in particular. It's all about me.
Ladies slide to my DMs to tell me how much they love me, how they desire to kiss me and make love to me, but not sending nude pictures.
How about guys? Do they also slide into your Direct messages to profess their love?
Yes they do! But I don't encourage them to pass their boundaries.
Are you in a relationship right now?
Yes, I'm. In a very happy one.
So what's your idea of love?
Love is that thing that you feel towards someone that makes him or her become family.