Beyonce and Rihanna 4 - Part 4

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11023

shantell3000

12/5/2008 7:39:13 PM

Omotola is a disgrace for acting this nonsense.... the movie is soooo retarded

11024

smozi

12/5/2008 8:28:48 PM

just ridiculos

11025

musty

12/6/2008 1:34:01 PM

jim iyke was feeling like jay Z oo.. nice movie

11028

ms.allen

12/6/2008 1:03:54 AM

a waste of my time.

11031

lanreshukky

12/6/2008 5:07:02 AM

wat the fizzz is this movie? i dont knw wat to say about the end, hope they are not trying to film part 5n 6, cos 9ja movies is starting to get out of hand. that beta b the end

11033

preciousdamsel1

12/6/2008 3:58:49 PM

very entertaining....but the end was crap. Are we supposed to assume that the story continues? We dont even know the winner....... Thanks for uploading sha

11034

vickilicious

12/6/2008 5:54:57 PM

it ends nicely. the winner at the end is not necessary. you can see who he chose as his winner.

11035

donex

12/6/2008 6:15:35 PM

I can bet you on this, The Part 5 will come out sooner or later.... What a Joke...

11074

riyane

12/6/2008 8:52:57 PM

this movie was entertaining but I did not get a special lesson to carry where ever I go...

11076

Kanevector

12/6/2008 9:46:01 PM

Great movie. Poor sound quality at times.

11082

rachy

12/7/2008 9:54:15 AM

nice one, but Jim WAS TAPPING CURRENT ON THOSE TWO LADIES THAT WERE FIGHTING 4 HIM OOO...............THE GIRLS ARE BEAUTIFUL NICE MAKEUP;

11083

queen

12/7/2008 12:08:01 PM

The problem starts all over again. This will teach men not to have two men. If women give them a hard time when two women is involve they will thing twice, before cheating. The Winner is……………….OK there’s going to be a part 5. I hope Nadin don’t win. Thank you for the film.

11093

loveevlon

12/8/2008 9:55:47 AM

nice

11150

kelmine

12/15/2008 5:43:15 PM

Thanks for the help zeewee.

11173

tochi

12/18/2008 7:06:05 PM

this movie is so lame. it was entertaining in the end tho and thats the purpose right?

11754

alicia

12/5/2008 10:35:46 PM

NICE MOVIE BUT IT WAS WAG WELL IS TEACHIN THOSE BEAUTIFUL LADIES FIGHTIN OVER MAN EEEEH NA WAOOO! WELL GOOD JOB NADIA SINGIN LISTEN L LUV IT ABD RIHANNA S OMO SEXY !

11760

tripplej

12/8/2008 11:22:21 AM

fine d movie was fun but omo is just too big 4 such a role though she really looked like rihanna nd she tried

11761

merciano

12/8/2008 4:06:23 PM

Both of them will definitely loose out cos he is already making out with another girl. The film is not so bad

11762

amajiero

12/8/2008 10:38:13 PM

RE U SEROIUS? THIS MOVIE WACK!!!! SO WHAT HAPPENED? AM NOT GONNA BE SURPRISE IF ANOTHER PART COMES OUT...BOTH OF DEM NEED TO GROW UP....

11765

zeewee

12/9/2008 5:36:29 AM

kelmine, the song is by shania twain..."ur still the one"....movie was a waste of gud tym as i undid my braids...lol....n am hatin the lengthenin vybes...the winner is....who???? ala! very fuuny!!!

11880

udo1

12/24/2008 3:37:40 PM

hjahahaha funny movie but tha 2 gurls are stupid oh wow cant wait to see part 5

11882

bobby

12/5/2008 5:47:19 PM

well not bad ending,,but the movie was full of women episodes..

11884

moonbunny284

12/5/2008 9:13:58 PM

wtf!!!!!!!!!! what a retarded ending a waste of my damn time!!!!!!!!!!!!!

11889

tombrapah

12/8/2008 1:15:15 AM

This movie is a little childish not something that would happen in reality. Anyways Nollywood thanks for the entertainment.

11895

anusalami

12/11/2008 6:29:05 PM

sick and retarded.

12155

SHOKOLa

1/18/2009 3:27:08 AM

wat a bunch of stupid bitches,ope we dont have that in reality

14460

kelmine

12/5/2008 10:38:08 PM

preety good eding and thanks Admin for upleading the end of this movie. Can anyone please tell me the name and title of the last song Omotola sang?

14462

Jill01

12/6/2008 11:04:09 AM

love this movie

14464

chico

12/6/2008 5:09:03 PM

this movie is good but the end makes no sense at all. How can two girls be fighting over one man and the man is busy proposing to another girl. wack

14473

anusalami

12/11/2008 6:28:55 PM

sick and retarded.

14679

babieada

2/28/2009 4:33:14 AM

wat d hell...l cant bleaf dis dumb ass movie wuld av part 5. anyway, d next part wuld b interesting cos nw he has 3 ladies fightin 4 him...hiss it was a bit entertaining thou with all d cat fights.

23705

HB_TATO !!!

10/30/2012 12:50:50 AM

SOME REAL BEYONCE AND RIHANNA SHIT






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