‘It used to be very easy being a good person but now, a lot of bad things happen to good people’ – Empress Njamah’s brother, John reflects on life
Popular Filmmaker John Njamah who is the elder brother of Nollywood actress, Empress Njamah has reflected about his life journey.
Njamah via her Instagram page on Wednesday noted that it used to be very easy being a good person, but the reverse is the case nowadays.
“It used to be very easy being a good person… you know helping as much as you can, giving whole heartedly and expecting nothing in return… it used to be very easy cos it was the right thing to do.. but now, a lot of bad things happen to good people… and this bad things are caused by people you have GIVEN in the past, people that you have opened your heart to, people that you call FRIENDS… and their reciprocity is all forms of bad gestures and ill thinking towards you… ITS REALLY SAD!. It used to be easy trusting people cos it was the right thing to do… but our present reality has dismissed all of that.. and has thought is otherwise,” he wrote.
This comes shortly after Empress broke her silence on the leaked x-rated videos of hers on the internet.
The actress started the New Year on a controversial note as Josh Wade, her former fiance, released private videos to bloggers.
Njamah had walked out of the relationship and raised the alarm that Wade threatened to release such videos.
He made good his threat in the early hours of 2023 by reportedly creating a WhatsApp group where he posted videos he took of the actress in her house.
This triggered a backlash on social media, with ladies warned to avoid falling prey to such.
In a video released late Tuesday, the actress in the eye of the storm said she was thankful for being alive.
She thanked her fans for their support, saying most of the people criticising her do not know the real story.
“I love you guys, I’m good. Thank you, guys, for all the love, support, and messages and visits. They can’t bring us down. we are far above you all devil’s incarnate.”
“I’m alive, I came out alive and I’m able to speak out, so many women are hiding under this torture, this torment, last-last, we move. I’m excited about my freedom.”