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Why I Stopped Shooting Music Videos For Asake – TG Omori Speaks

ThankGod Omori Smith, the famous Nigerian music director and cinematographer, better known as TG Omori or Boy Director has finally disclosed why he stopped shooting for singer, Asake.

Recall that Omori and Asake’s cooperation began with the smash track “Organize” in 2022.

However, rumors arose when Asake used another director for his most recent music videos.

It was reported that Asake was upset with TG since their last effort, “YOGA,” did not receive as much attention as his past videos.

Speaking on his business deal with Asake, TG in an interview on Zero condition podcast, emphasized that Olamide, the musician and CEO of YBNL record label, believes in giving people opportunities, and it would be unjust to hold that against him.

“Even husband and wife dey divorce, people do have a break. I think we have done enough, we have done like 12 videos. We are still very cool. You know it is a business and at the end of the day, you have to respect your client’s decisions.

“I like when artistes have the freedom to try out new things. I don’t want because we are guys you must shoot with me. I don’t know why that happened.

“To me it is crazy love because me and YBNL are forever. And you know how me and Olamide ‘go like way back’, and Olamide is a type that makes sure that everybody eats. And before I came, he was working with other directors and he gave me the opportunity to also do my thing.

“So he’s working with a very creative guy now. A very good guy that’s doing well too. That’s Olamide for you. And if I take that personal, then I have messed up.”

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Why I Don’t Believe In Democracy – TG Omori

Nigerian music video director, ThankGod Omori Jesam aka TG Omori, has revealed he doesn’t believe in democracy.
According to him, power mongers often leverage on the poverty in the continent to buy votes.
The 28-year-old said monarchical system of government suits better than democracy.
TG Omori stated this while featuring in the latest episode of the Zero Conditions podcast.
He said, “How do I feel about Nigeria? Nigeria is a jungle. I did not vote. I was in SA [South Africa during the elections]. I intentionally didn’t vote.
“I don’t believe in democracy. We were supposed to be led by kings. I feel like democracy is a freaking scam in the sense that superrich people can always buy their way through it. Not around the world but in Africa. As long as hunger is still a tool then democracy will aways have a price.”
The video director said he has witnessed people selling their votes when he was younger.
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Don’t Be Bullied Into Dating Broke Men – TG Omori to Ladies

Nigerian music video director, ThankGod Omori Jesam aka TG Omori, has warned ladies to be wary of broke men.
According to him, ladies should not allow themselves be bullied into settling for broke men.
He maintained that the choice of choosing a partner is a personal decision.
He stated this via a tweet on Sunday night.
Boy Director, as he is fondly called, advised ladies to choose their partners based on their plans.
He wrote: “Your choice of partner is a personal decision don’t let them bully you into dating a broke person in the name of gold-digging. Look your life well and plan your aesthetics.”
Omori was reacting to the “gold-digging” slurs against materialistic women on social media by Internet trolls.
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I’m Inspired By Hakimi To Open Company In My Mum’s Name – TG Omori Says

ThankGod Omori Jesam, the Nigerian music video director, who is popularly known TG Omori or Boy Director, has made a new claim.

He said he is inspired by the recent reports of PSG star, Achraf Hakimi depositing 80 percent of his €1 million salary to his mother, Mrs Fatima’s account.

There have been some reports that the Morocco international’s ex-wife, Hiba Abouk, in the process of divorce, demanded more than half of his fortune but was informed by her lawyer that Hakimi had no assets as he had put his entire fortune under his mother’s name a long time ago.

Reacting, Omori said he was inspired and revealed plans to open a company in his mother’s name.

In a tweet, he wrote, “Thanks Hakimi for the update. mama ThankGod and sons enterprise coming soon.”

Recall that Hakimi’s ex-wife, Hiba Abouk, a few weeks ago confirmed her divorce from the football star.

The actress filed for a divorce after the French Prosecutor accused the PSG full-back of rape.

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No Video Director Bigger Than Me – TG Omori Boasts


ThankGod Omori Jesam, the very popular Nigerian music video director, who is known professionally as TG Omori or Boy Director, has stirred controversy.

He caused a stir after bragging that he is the biggest music director in the country.

The music director claimed he is friends with most Nigerian music video directors and admitted that they are highly gifted but maintained that none of them is better than him.

Taking to his Twitter page on Thursday, TG Omori wrote, “every director na my guy and them sabi die but non “bigger” than boy.”

His claims garnered backlash as fans flooded the comment section to counter him. Some insisted that renowned music video directors; Clarence Peters, Director K, Meji Alabi and others were bigger than him.

Angered by the counterblasts, Omori tweeted, “You can cry your tears here will check on them later, I have videos to edit.”

In a bid to quash the pandemonium, Director K pleaded with fans to cease fire, adding that TG Omori was family.

He wrote, “you guys should relax @boy_director is my BROTHER.”

TG Omori replied, “Bro you should have left them to cry a little more! I hate short tears.”

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Portable begs TG Omori as they link up on Instagram live (Video)

Portable, a Nigerian street singer and TG Omori, better known as TG Omori, have finally linked up via Instagram live.

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Portable, who had initially called out the music video director over his outrageous charges has settled his difference with him.

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Recall that we earlier reported that TG Omori had asked Portable to send him his new song, so they start shooting. This came after the street rave called out the video director multiple times.

In a video that is now trending on social media, Portable is seen pleading with Boy director to have mercy on him. He adds that he would love to have another music video with more publicity that his debut song, Zazu.

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“Portable send the song make we shoot” – TG Omori

After being repeatedly called out by street artist Portable over a music video shoot, TG Omori has finally succumbed to pressure.


We previously reported that Portable caused a social media uproar after Omori charged him about $5,0000 to shoot.

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The boy director responded, indicating that Portbale was well aware of his actions. He implied that the singer was simply trying to emulate Blaqbonez’s strategy.

Regardless, Portable did not stop calling out TG Omori, posting a couple of videos on his official social media page to that effect.

After several online harassments, TG Omori finally asked Portable to send his song to him. He, however, noted that he was not mad at Portable and that he completely understood his plight.

“Portable send your new song make we shoot. Just like everybody I love portable and I’m not mad at him, if I was him I’ll feel the same way knowing i might never have a video better than zazoo. E reach to call the director out 7times everyday. 

I know it’s entertaining and all but let’s just stop the trend already. the noise is disturbing my edits. Peace and salam.”

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TG Omori enumerates characteristics he looks for in a woman: “A God fearing sugar mommy.”

Acclaimed Nigerian music video director TG Omori has outlined the characteristics he seeks in a sugar mummy.

Omori announced on the microblogging site that he is looking for a sugar baby between the ages of 27 and 43. She must work in the oil and gas industry and be a lady who fears God.

He would also prefer someone without a criminal history who is capable of lending him $100,000.

He wrote:

“Need a God fearing sugar mummy between the age of 27 to 34, Never married before, works in oil n gas with no previous criminal record and can easily dash out $100k thanks for coming every weekend. My dms are open pls. Serious candidates only let’s respect ourselves.”

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I’m Gonna Charge A Million Dollars For Music Video”- TG Omori Reveals His Plans.

The price of the brick, or his charge, will soon be a million dollars, and TG Omori isn’t messing around with his abilities to direct music videos. Read our story below for more information.

In the most recent episode of “Big Energy and Music Prophesies,” TG Omori informs the Nigerian music community that his services would soon set him back a staggering million dollars.

The well-known music video director thinks that this price cap is unavoidable if long life continues to be on his side. Omori tweeted about this memo and said, “If I don’t pass away soon, I’m going to charge a million dollars (or more) for a video, and you guys are going to pay. You are unable to flee or hide.

TG Omori, one of the brightest stars on the scene and the current Headies Award winner for Best Music Video Director, revealed in an interview with Blaqbonez that his current rate is over $30,000, or at least N21,000,000. The director of music videos is responsible for a number of recent videos that are beloved by viewers, including those for Asake’s Peace Be Unto You, Kizz Daniel’s Buga, Crayon’s Ijo Laba Laba, Ayra Starr’s Rush, and others.

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Kizz Daniel’s New Song, “Odo (cough),” Gets a Reaction from Video Director TG Omori

The creator of the music video for Kizz Daniel’s most recent single, “Odo (Cough),” has commented on its release.

The bizarre music video director TG Omori has offered his opinions on Kizz Daniel’s most recent song, “Odo (Cough),” which was made public today, Friday, October 14, 2022. The Boy director took to his social media channel to express his opinions, and he was all praise for the new song.

The song was rated as a hit by TG. This is unquestionably nothing new for Kizz Daniel, who is renowned for his artistry as a singer and for having no bad songs in his enormous body of work. The same can be said for TG when it comes to video directing, and the latter was given special recognition for this at the 15th Headies Awards in 2022.

The breathtaking visuals for “Buga,” a song by Kizz Daniel and Tekno that was one of the biggest singles to come out of Nigeria in 2022, were also created by TG Omori.