Chief Daddy premiered on Netflix on Friday, 15th of March 2019.
And of course, the ‘whole Nigeria’ is already reacting to the news on social media.
Just in case you have been sleeping on a bicycle, the Nollywood movie was produced by Ebony Life Films. It initially premiered in the cinemas in 2018 to a lot of publicity and stars many of your Nollywood favorites.
However, not until its Netflix premiere did many Nigerians seem to react genuinely to the film.
Check out some of those reactions below;
Chief daddy was so fake abeg. A man with so much money died and people fighting for inheritance didn’t plant juju under each other’s bed? And everybody lived happily ever after? Altè nollywood needs to go
— Captain Charisma (@D_iiW) March 17, 2019
Bruhhh Chief Daddy was appalling, tearsss. 4/10 at best only cause of cinematography, only.
— Sergeant Gbosewo (@_Teedot_) March 17, 2019
Chief daddy is a beautiful move
— Amanda ♑️ (@buki_barbz) March 17, 2019
I understand it takes lots of persistence to execute creative projects, especially in Nigeria so it makes criticism harder to take and seem personal. But honest feedback is the best fuel to drive excellence
…#ChiefDaddy is a very mediocre movie
— A’Whizzle (@WhizzleMagic) March 17, 2019
With the reviews I’m reading about Chief Daddy, I guess it’s better to save my data for another movie on Netflix.
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) March 17, 2019
First of all, watched Chief Daddy last night on Netflix. I am SO GLAD I DIDNT PAY TO WATCH THIS IN THE CINEMAS. I would have been so angry 🤣🤣🤣. Utter nonsense
— ‘Khasome (@doraayobami) March 16, 2019
I thought you guys said Chief Daddy was good?
— provocative.jpeg (@ChinonsoRay) March 16, 2019
11 mins into chief daddy and I’m bored already. Will be mad trash
— Brian (@Omachee_) March 16, 2019
Finished watching ChiefDaddy
You lot are moving mad pic.twitter.com/WUnnqPSuK9
— Wale Gates 🇳🇬🇬🇧 (@walegates) March 15, 2019
Lmao Chief Daddy is good movie.😂
— Renike (@iamrenike) March 15, 2019
The movie features heavyweights like Funke Akindele, Kate Henshaw, Joke Silva, Falz, Nkem Owoh, Patience Ozokwor and more.
It was directed by Wedding Party 2 Director, Niyi Akinmolayan.
Have you seen it?
If so, what were your thoughts?