Video director, TG Omori reveals why he destroyed his iPhone 14
Award-winning music video director, TG Omori, has revealed why he destroyed his phone, an iPhone 14 worth over a million naira.
TG Omori, born ThankGod Omori Jesam, took to his Instastory to share photos of the badly damaged phone and disclosed that he smashed it because the ‘devil’ lives in it.
According to him, the phone opens him up to temptations because it is filled with nudity and illegal activities.
“The devil lives in that phone that’s why I smashed it!
Too many sexy images, too many crime!”
Upon sharing the photos, a lady slid into his DM to offer to sleep with him, thus confirming his reason for smashing the phone.
A while back, TG Omori broke the internet with a shocking revelation about the music video of singer Asake’s hit song, Joha.
The celebrated videographer, in a tweet shared via his Twitter handle, disclosed that he charged $165k for the music video.
His rate was brought to light after controversial singer, Portable, contacted him to shoot the vdieo of his trending song ‘Apostle’, but received a huge shock when he heard the price. Recall that Portable went online to call him out for charging him $50,000.
Reacting to this, a troll had taken to Twitter to say none of TG Omori’s work warrants that amount of money, insinuating that he is overpriced.
The director didn’t take the comment lying down as he responded with the shocking amount he charged for Asake’s ‘Joha’ video.
“Joha video is about $165k. Crying?” he responded.