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    Interesting discussion on The Gist with Emma Ugolee on the difference between A list acts and A class acts

    Many Nigerian entertainers (music/movies/comedy) are so nicely packaged and hyped they make the "A list" - (most sought after / highest paid / most social media following) but are NOT "A class" in their craft, lacking rich content, stage performance and world class delivery with the art.

    Concentrating more on perception of the image rather than to deepen the craft.

    While some who are fantastic "A class" material with the craft would not be readily refered to as "A list" for not being obsessed with the hype game

    Whose responsible for this anomaly?

    Why does it seem the average consumer cares nothing for high standards of professionalism in entertainment? Any penalties for leaving things the way they are ? Can you be both "A list" and "A class" ?

    Enjoy the 2 part episode.

    The Gist shows ever Saturday at 10am and Mondays at 10:30pm on HipTv Channel 324 on DSTV and channel 74 on GOTV


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