31 October 2021 | 4:09 pm
Multimedia company and brand luminary, Creatrix Empire, has announced the release of the sixth edition of its quarterly publication, UncutXtra Magazine. This particular edition is packed with exciting information, tips, thrills, engagements, and discourses across entertainment, including lifestyle, fashion, health, business, and trends. Hazel Oyeze Onou, popularly known as Whitemoney, dons the front page as…
Whitemoney features in the October edition of Uncutxtra.
Multimedia company and brand luminary, Creatrix Empire, has announced the release of the sixth edition of its quarterly publication, UncutXtra Magazine. This particular edition is packed with exciting information, tips, thrills, engagements, and discourses across entertainment, including lifestyle, fashion, health, business, and trends.
Hazel Oyeze Onou, popularly known as Whitemoney, dons the front page as cover star. of the magazine that is published by Emmanuel Alade, who also doubles as the Editor-in-Chief.
Styled “More than A Name”, the winner of the BBNaija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ edition strikes the billionaire pose as he serves compelling dimensions of a hustler turned star.
The guest appearance of the cover star and other feature stars sum up the intent of this particular edition. It sees the famed and much loved Whitemoney take the lead as he uncovers details into his private life and other never heard information of him.
“Prior to the Big Brother platform, I faced rejection at every level. This includes rejection from women and even on the Big Brother platform. Before I eventually became a housemate this year, I had auditioned for Big Brother four different times and was rejected,” he said.
Emmanuel Alade is the publisher of Uncutxtra.
Some of your favourite celebrities make guest appearances on this amazing edition. It features the Grammy luminary, Laycon, who has done well to use the influence of the reality TV show to carve a niche for himself within the entertainment space. What he exposes on this particular edition is mind-blowing.
Apart from other insightful details on how afrobeats is taking the world by storm, the super ace producer, Cracker Mallo talks producing for Olamide, D’banj, Fireboy, and, more recently, Tiwa Savage.
The delectable Kayvee equally features on this particular edition. Asides from relishing the honour of making it to the list of featured stars on the magazine, the affable reality TV star, amidst his interview, sheds light on the intricacies of mental health in relation to reality TV platforms where such issues are rarely broached.
The award-winning leadership and transformational coach, Lola Owolabi, who is a co-editor on this edition, comes through with an inspirational showpiece titled: “Don’t Leave It On the Table.”
In her own words, “Everyone has something on the inside that is worth celebrating.” She throws light into how you can “Use your talent and gifts to add an extra stream of income into your life.”
What is striking about this October Issue is the fact that it does well to synchronise information and entertainment as two sides of a coin. In other words, in as much as each content tries to educate a targeted audience, it doesn’t leave out the perks of amusement. For instance, it provides a thorough overview of top TV Series from around Africa, including raving artistes and producers on the afrobeats scene. There is also among others a select expose regarding sex, business tips, and relationship talks. The rankings are equally excellent.
To read about all these and more on educative lifestyle, entertainment, health tips, puzzle/quiz article, grab a copy of the Uncutxtra magazine here.