“Dirty Deeds Love is Wicked” movie premiere was held at The Lounge in Philadelphia, Pa on August 6, 2016. I was hired to host the red carpet and so was Talee Supercute to host the main event.
I’ve lived in Philadelphia for 12 years and I still do not know the ins and out of the inner city. I was supposed to be on the red carpet at 7:30pm prompt but due to road closing and traffic blocked catching up with me, I arrived at 8:00pm with the help of Hot Cherry. Thank GOD!
As I walked in, there weren’t many people at the venue. Sadly, I wasn’t surprised. I saw a lady at the door; I instantly assumed she was Catherine. But she turned out to be her mother (her twin lol). “Hi!” I spoke to her and she replied with a welcoming smile. As I walked in, I saw Catherine Lemu (lady of the night) unloading food from her car. She was wearing a black short, black top and a clear glasses with her big belly.
I walked in and sat next to Cherry. She got a notification on Facebook from Talee Supercute (the host) claiming that she was already at the premiere. Catherine looked a little bothered why Talee Supercute wasn’t already there and why there weren’t many people at the hall. On the other hand, Trokon Glay ( Humanitarian) and AC on the Beatz (artist) had already completed setting up the screen for the show but later we had to change (next door) venue to get longer hours. It didn’t take us long to set up the table, chairs, the screen and the red carpet (we had a bit of a hard time). While setting up, Talee called Catherine’s phone and told her that she was working and that she won’t be at the event. Of course, that upset her but I admired how she was blunt and she dropped. Her sister, Winthrine Roberts, who is also one of the main characters in the movie was happy to host. And she did extremely well. I needed to leave early, so I made it my priority to interview Catherine before leaving. The questions, her responses were just perfect.
In conclusions to my review, I did not see a broken woman due to the lack of support, I did not see a regretful woman because of the money she had spent on planning the event. I saw a woman who wants to help build a non-existing movie industry. I saw a self-motivator. I saw a big smile on her face. I saw a woman who is proud of her work. I also saw a woman who is proud of her cast and crew members. She probably did not make exactly what she spent on the entire program however, I saw a woman who appreciated the few guests including her mom, dad, brother, sister-in-law, family friends and some industry friends that showed up to support her on the day of her premiere.
The movie will be out in select African stores. You can show your support by buying the movie, watch it, talk about it and help spread the word. The story was well-written. Catherine and her crew did a tremendous job.