Actress, Uche Jombo, has taken to social media to call out movie sites that upload Nollywood movies without going through due process.
While Nollywood has risen to become one of the most successful movie industries in the world, it still battles with the issue of piracy as some criminal minds illegally make monies off the movie productions of others.
Following this, actress, Uche Jombo appears to have had enough of this. She recently took to her Instagram page to address movie sites illegally profiting off Nollywood productions and she spared no words in expressing her disgust and anger.
She wrote: "Let's discuss nollywood illegal uploads please which is not just a sin against the film makers but sin against God. Are you kidding me? Do you know what WE go through?Had an interesting chat with some people who uploaded my film DAMAGE illegally on their site, the sense of entitlement to that 'you never make money reach feeling to calling me an imposter on their little WhatsApp group...got me thinking of how we can ALL do better this 2019
Because the thunder that will fire you if you are in this digital age illegal upload of someone creative work and sweat is doing press up. This industry is taxed heavily already♀️God any person or group that will not let us reap the benefits of our Labour . Holy ghostttttttt fireeeeeeeeeee!"
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Uche Jombo who has delved into movie production and directing is slowly making a name for herself behind the cameras and she obviously is not ready to tolerate anyone profiting off her hard work.
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Meanwhile, Nollywood actor, Walter Anga, recently welcomed a baby girl and has announced it on social media. The proud new father shared a photo of him holding his little angel on his Instagram along with a sweet caption where he revealed that her presence has brought him fulfillment and immense joy.
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