Budding Nigerian actress, Nancy Igbojionu has shared some of her challenges plying her trade as an up and coming actress in Nollywood.
Nancy Igbojionu who had an interview recently reported by Kemi Filani revealed that almost every director and producer wants to see the color of her pant before giving her a role in their movies.
According to her, this trend makes her feel very worthless as filmmakers do not look at what she can do with her talent but only have an interest in her kpekus.
My challenges coming up was that everybody wanted to see the colour of my panties with the promise that they will make me a star. Of course, it made me feel worthless, like all they want is just the pant, and not what I have to offer, my talent”.
Sharing her bad sex experience, the script interpreter said:
“I don’t experience bad sex because my man crush is so yummy on the bed. I have experienced bad sex once; it was not good at all.”
See More Cute Photos Of The Handsome Nollywood Actor That Just Died
Death is Inevitable, but the good prayer is that one shouldn’t die in his prime. The present moment is not a good time in the Nigeria entertainment industry as within the past few days about four entertainers in the Nollywood industry have given up the ghost.
David Mela is a fast-rising actor who also ventures into modelling and fashion designer was announced to have dead after battling with unknown illness for some period of time.
Information revealed that the young promising actor dies last night in an undisclosed hospital as friends and family took to their social media account to mourn the young man.
See some photos of the young promising actor.
What is your condolences message for this handsome departed actor. RIP
Remember the beautiful actress from Akwa-Ibom state who said she prefers a man with ‘bad boy’ character? Checkout her beautiful look.
It is no longer news that the Nigerian movie industry widely known as Nollywood is obviously filled up with lot of highly talented and beautiful entertainers in the whole of Africa. And it will be seen as being bias to exclude the name of a particular actress, whose her endowed beautiful look marks her out from the rest. This endowed entertainer is no other person but Didi Ekanem.
Didi Ekanem is one of the fast rising actresses in Nollywood. Apart from acting, she is a fashion designer and an entrepreneur who has a clothing line called “ODOT”. She was born on the 27th of August, 1988 and hails from Akwa-Ibom state.
<p class="has-drop-cap has-pale-pink-color has-text-color" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">After completing her primary and secondary school education, she proceeded to the University of Port-Harcourt where she studied Linguistics and Communications.After completing her primary and secondary school education, she proceeded to the University of Port-Harcourt where she studied Linguistics and Communications.
Didi began acting during her days in the University, where she first started in stage acting for like a year before she joined the Nigerian movie industry, Nollywood.
Ever since Didi started acting, she has featured in many movies including Escort Service, True Love, Ikogosi, Royal Ritual, Journey to Dreamland, Brazilian Hair Madness and so on.
Didi Ekanem is currently single and during an interview with SunNews, she revealed that she doesn’t like a man with good and honorable character, that she prefers a man with ‘bad boy’ character.
According to the endowed actress, Didi Ekanem, she said; “I can’t say who I can marry or who I can’t marry. Whoever God says is mine, is mine”.
She also added that; “My kind of man must be God-fearing. He must be respectful and caring, with a little bad boy character, obviously not a bore, a man that can love me right.”
Apart from watching Nollywood movies as her hobby, Didi Ekanem loves dancing as she recalls how she normally dance for her siblings and they would cheer her up.
According to Actor Victor Iyke, the Nigerian entertainment industry is akin to Sodom and Gomorrah where homosexuals abound.
Actor cum filmmaker, Victor Iyke has recalled some of his nasty experiences while chasing a career in Nollywood.
According to him, the Nigerian entertainment industry is akin to Sodom and Gomorrah where homosexuals abound. “Homosexuals are everywhere in Nollywood. And yes, I had encounters with them while chasing a career as an actor. They are part of the reasons I started making my own films, to be in charge so that no one would give me such conditions before giving me a movie role,” Iyke told Inside Nollywood
Nevertheless, the award winning filmmaker looks forward to starting a family soon with a beautiful actress. “I’m looking forward to getting married to an actress. It will be a blessing because we would mix our creativity. Being in the same field, we’ll help each other attain our goals faster. Imagine after a wonderful lovemaking… boom! We both come up with a wonderful story on the bed and start working on it.”