NETFLIX REVIEW: Nigerians react to sex and kissing scenes from Gabriel Afolayan and Kehinde Bankole on Blood Sisters KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, May 6, 2022

NETFLIX REVIEW: Nigerians react to sex and kissing scenes from Gabriel Afolayan and Kehinde Bankole on Blood Sisters

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Nigerians are currently reacting to the sex and kissing videos from Gabriel Afolayan and Kehinde Bankole on Blood Sisters. (Read More Here).

Blood Sisters follows the lives of best friends, Sarah (Ini Dima-Okojie), and Kemi (Nancy Isime) who become fugitives after Sarah’s abusive fiancé, Kola (Deyemi Okanlawon) disappears mysteriously just before the wedding ceremony.

Blood Sisters, a four-part Nigerian limited series on Netflix, feels like exactly the kind of thing streaming services were invented for when you think about it. It’s the perfect bite-sized binge proposition at just under four hours, rockets along at quite a pace, doesn’t outstay its welcome, and is a legitimate offering from somewhere other than the U.S., the U.K., or Europe that is steeped in its native culture. It isn’t a faultless ride – the acting and writing are both inconsistent, characterization is sometimes a little cartoonishly broad, and the plot doesn’t stand up to much scrutiny – but it’s well worth experiencing all the same.

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Plot-wise, and I’ll keep this deliberately vague, Sarah (Ini Dima-Okojie) and Kemi (Nancy Isime) are two best friends on the run after the mysterious disappearance of Sarah’s powerful pharmaceutical CEO fiancé Kola (Deyemi Okanlawon). Between the law, Kola’s wealthy family, and some other interested parties, Sarah and Kemi are pursued on all sides as they descend deeper into the seedy underside of Lagos and begin to lose more and more of themselves as they go.

There’s nothing especially complicated here, but Blood Sisters does a decent job of sketching quite a dense network of characters whose relationships – familial, platonic, romantic – seem to have developed organically out of this close-knit community. The earliest moments, which bring together families of wildly different socioeconomic statuses, straddle the line between comedy and horror as we find ourselves laughing at an impromptu dinner speech one moment and wincing at domestic abuse the next. The idea is to create, immediately and vividly, a tapestry of perspectives and personalities that all begin to inform the ensuing mystery.

This isn’t a whodunit, though. We know who’s responsible for the plot’s inciting incident since we witness it and are swept along in its aftermath. But the mystery is all about where the characters will end up, and whose conspiring will put them on top. Combine that with non-stop pacing, even in the two middle episodes that get a decent amount of mileage out of the core characters, and you have a show that’s easy to keep watching until the end, especially once the expositional stuff is out of the way.

Again, I could quibble. Some characters seem overtly villainous in a way that seems almost inhuman, and the acting isn’t always consistent. Much of it, though, is pretty solid, and without too much in the way of flashbacks or other structural or stylistic flourishes, the whole thing manages to pick up a great deal of momentum heading into the finale. It might not linger in the memory for too long, but it’s an enjoyable, compelling experience while it lasts.

Reactions from Nigerians below:

Big Uncle
@Usmanashafe
Gabriel Afolayan and Kehinde Bankole can be in a crashing aeroplane and they'll still find small time to have quickie before the aeroplane burn to ashes.

PO$H
@MYPOSHNESS
Kehinde Bankole steady be giving Gabriel Afolayan steamy hot sex to destroy his mind and conscience. Her red nightie was fire.

bubu funds 💰
@boosayor_
Gabriel Afolayan and Kehinde Bankole basically kissed and had sex throughout in Blood Sisters amidst the whole chaos.

Adepeju Ifeyinwa
@asiuolssim
Gabriel Afolayan : I’m not pathetic woman.
Kehinde Bankole : show me ! 
Gabriel : grabs neck, starts to kiss, tlofs.

TIFE🇬🇧🌚⛩️
@ZeekiHodl
I am sure Kehinde Bankole and Gabriel Afolayan still kissed when they were watching the Blood Sisters movie premiere.

Sess Boy
@Teddy_4longs
Gabriel Afolayan and Kehinde Bankole ate ate and I just realized that am getting old having to watch Uche Jombo and Kate Henshaw play mothers to this adults. #BloodSistersNetflix solid 10/10.

Èrin Lakataábu
@TheOgbeniOpa
Na Gabriel Afolayan enjoy pass for this Blood Sisters movie. 
Any small chitchat with Kehinde Bankole. Na intense knack go follow am. 🥺 lucky werey. 

pApeSki of Lagos
@greatdhamilare
#BloodSisters great movie and everyone killed there part
But there was no connection, it doesn't have that real feeling.
Big ups to deyemi, uche jumbo and kehinde bankole they finished there roles. 

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