Nigerian Nollywood Actor, Charles Inojie who is the progenitor of the “Na dem dey rush us” trend has revealed that it wasn’t part of the moviescript so therefore he reserves the right to use it for his brand.
Charles Inojie recently the broke the news of his newly “Na dem dey rush us” customized jersey and face caps on Instagram.
He shared some photos with the caption;
You want to rock top quality #nademdeyrushus T-shirts and face caps? Contact @obehiinojie and @teamcharlesinojie for yours
A lot of Nigerians welcomed his new idea of using the viral trend to promote his brand, however due to the rampant copyright cases faced by actors and movie producers, we rushed to the actors DM on Instagram.
See what issued between the convo;
How come you are using “Na dem dey rush us” a phrase from the movie script without giving credits to the writer or movie producer?
Lol… Na dem dey rush us wasn’t part of the movie script, as an actor you are bound to come up with Ideas to make the movie lively… Which Actor does exactly what the scripts says?
So are you trying to say that you reserve every right to use the viral trend, “Na dem dey rush us”
Customized Na dem dey rush us t-shirt and face cap
Bobrisky was among the celebrities who caught the ‘na dem rush’ bug and he took to Instagram to disclose the people ‘rushing’ him.
According to the Nigerian cross dresser ‘na politicians dey am’.
Apparently, the phrase sprung up from a scene in a old Nigerian movie and for some reason it caught the attention of whoever started this trend.
In the video, the character Chijioke (Charles Inojie) is pictured telling a woman he was trying to woo, Kate (Ruth Kadiri):
“Fine boys like us, we no dey too follow women like that. Na dem dey rush us”