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Apple TV’s “Little America” Star, Conphidance Talks Racism, Overpopulation, More

Conphidance whose real name is Uchenna Echeazu currently stars on Apple TV’s limited series, “little america.” On Celeb Stopover, he talked about how “they woke us up and said we are moving to America.” He moved to the US with his parents and brother as a child, explored his talents (acting, drumming and dancing) and grew to become a TV star. Conphidance believes that “if Nigeria gets full time electricity…the world would change.” Watch the video for the full conversation below.

Widely recognized as an informal conversation between chat Queen Ife Ajagbe and top celebrity guests around the world, Celeb Stopover has arguably been one of Africa’s finest exports since it’s inception late 2016. Celeb Stopover now airs on Bridge 98.7FM Asaba, Crest 87.7FM Akure, Lead City 89.1FM Ibadan.

Apple TV's "Little America" Star, Conphidance Talks Racism, Overpopulation, More
Uchenna ‘Conphidance’ Echeazu

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