Nollywood actress, Bukunmi Oluwasina, has written an open letter to her future husband that she would never consider being a `baby mama’, a syndrome that is currently in vogue among some young girls and ladies in the entertainment industry.
Oluwasina, who her came into limelight in the award winning movie ‘Ayomi’ condemned the syndrome in an open letter to her would-be husband on her social media platform: Instagram.
The Federal Government says it has released the sum of N420.2m to the Nigeria film industry popularly called Nollywood to improve and support aspiring practitioners.
According to a statement issued by the Deputy Director of Information, Federal Ministry of Finance, Mrs Patricia Deworitshe, on Friday in Abuja, the money, which is the second tranche payment will benefit 105 film distributors.
A new movie, Diplomatic Strings, from the stable of Ehizoya Golden Entertainment, is set to hit the Nigerian, as well as international cinemas this year.
Produced by Frankfurt Germany based cultural ambassador, Isaac Izoya in partnership with Hollywood actress, fitness expert and motivational speaker, Queen Blessing Itua, the movie parades both local and international stars.
According to the producers, Diplomatic Strings was shot in choice locations in Frankfurt Germany and Nigeria.
Nollywood actress and CEO of Hunters Media International, Seyi Hunter, is at it again.
The non-conformist actress who recently became more popular for her eloquence on sensitive matters has once again dropped a bombshell.In an exclusive chat with Potpourri, the daring never-say-never actress who is gearing up for the 3rd edition of her beauty pageant, Miss Bikini Nigeria International, confirmed that some popular actresses offer sex to movie producers just to get movie roles. She accused film-makers of being notorious for sleeping with actresses before giving them a movie role. “Film makers like ass-licking and I’ve passed that stage of licking asses, so it’s the job I see that I do.