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.
“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.”
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.
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.
As he responds to claims of jealously of Blaqbonez’s Back In Uni video, TG Omori has drawn the ire of users of the bluebird app, Twitter. Read our story below to see what the video director had to say.
On the most recent episode of “Twitter NG Music Tussles,” Blaqbonez’s Back In Uni music video director, TG Omori, finds himself in a confrontation with a well-known Twitter user after being accused of being envious of him.
Asiwaju Lerry, a well-known Twitter influencer, responded to the video director’s simple tweet of “Skits,” which caused things to escalate. Lerry then accused TG Omori of being envious of Blaqbonez’s video.
“TG Omori is the last guy I anticipated to be throwing shade at Blaqbonez music video,” Lerry wrote on Twitter. Is he envious or has the Twitter craze made him delusional? Omori then reacted with a quote tweet in which he expressed his love for Blaqbonez. “Lol jealous?” he exclaimed. You Dey discover a relationship, right? Blaq is a brilliant n entertaining person most of our videos together except shut up n bling were his ideas so wasn’t expecting less. I am aware that you have been asking God for a TG OMORI dragging date, but not today. Rest, then.
“Lol na only SKITS wey I tweet na why you wan level my scores?” he continued, adding to his earlier statement. Boy, be careful.
The music video for Blaqbonez’s song Back in Uni was released today, October 12, and it was directed by Blaqbonez and Perliks Definition. Blaqbonez decided to become a video director because he couldn’t afford TG Omori’s fee, a decision that was publicly made public.