How I achieved my dreams of becoming an actor – Boss Goody
Nigerian multi talented artiste, Goodness Christopher Nnebechukwu popularly known as Boss Goody” has revealed how he pulled through his acting dreams to reality.
Born in Jos Plateau State on March 6, 1991, Boss Goody, started his entertainment career officially in 2015 when he released his first official single with visual title “Naija 4 Life”.
He didn’t relent, but went out to express his acting skills by featured along side Zack Orji and Ali Nuhu in a Movie titled “Mandika’s Glory”, since then he has featured in many other movies.
He says, ”I have always known that someday, I would fulfill my dreams of becoming an actor, so last year, 2019, I summoned courage and gave it a shot and as they would say, the rest is history. It was not that easy though, interpreting roles but my background in music gave me all the courage I needed,’ he stated.
Aside from music and acting, Boss Goody is also an entrepreneur, he is the brain behind one of the best Tea brands in Nigeria GOTEA, NOZIE TEA and also the CEO of Nozie Honey Farm.
Also lending his voice to the proposed 5G network in Nigeria, Boss Goody, a
Computer Science graduate from Open University of Nigeria maintained that it is not a death sentence to anybody in any way, as it was falsely speculated.
The Anambra State indigene, said he strongly believes that the controversial network is expected to be Nigeria’s technological breakthrough but should be accepted with caution.
He said, “There might be some level of danger associated with a technological breakthrough, but it’s a far cry from the exaggerated claims I read online by some ignorant theorists, who go as far as spreading rumors that 5G network is the cause of COVID19. That’s a fat big lie.
I think 5G is not a death sentence but future of the internet. However, the Federal Government must be cautious about accepting it. There should be proper testing. Nigeria is already lacking behind in so many other technological areas, must we remain there?,” the asked rhetorically.