A veteran Nollywood actress has come out with a piece of advice for fellow colleagues in the Nigerian entertainment industry.
The screen diva identified as Victoria Inyama, shared a lengthy post on her verified Instagram page, in which she approached the topic of celebrities and their public status.
Inyama started off by noting that a lot of her colleagues both in the movie and music industry have become victims of their talents.
She said some of them have gotten so arrogant and made a habit of ignoring the very fans that made them popular as well as some of their senior colleagues in the industry.
“Stop being victims of your status. Be humble, lift up the ‘other’… stop insulting your predecessors. I cannot imagine myself insulting Chief Zebudaya (for instance) if he made a comment I do not like or agree with,” she said.
On a final note, the Nollywood actress submitted that the day entertainers made the decision of transcending to their celebrity status is the very day their privacy was lost.
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Inyama said: “The day you decided to be a celeb is the day you lost your privacy. If you want a private life stop being so damned dramatic stop being victims of your status & talents….Your talent is another’s matra.“
See her post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered that Inyama took to the side of Nollywood teen actress Regina Daniels who was under fire over her marriage to billionaire, New Nwoko.
According to her, Daniels is the originator of her misery because she brought the trolling on herself when she started flaunting wealth and presents given to her by her husband.
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