Nigerian actor and comedian Charles Inojie out poured and shed more light on a pressing issue that seems to have deeply entrenched itself within the Nollywood industry.
In a recent appearance on OAP Nedu’s podcast, the star of “The Johnsons” revealed a worrying phenomenon that has infiltrated the very essence of the film world.
Inojie boldly noted out that there’s a group of women who have worn the acting cloak, not to thrill audiences with their talent but to hide their shady methods of wealth accumulation.
He explained that some of these individuals, despite being prideful of awards, possess an empty filmography with no cinematic masterpiece to their name.
In essence, he reiterated that they’re more skilled at trading their body than offering stellar performances, gathering flashy cars and mighty properties under the guise of the acting profession. Also noting, Inojie exposed that some didn’t get past the audition before wriggling into the mainstream.