- Nigerian politician, Senator Dino Melaye, seems to have added acting to his resume
- The senator who is known for his skills in releasing ‘diss tracks’ has now branched out to another form of entertainment
- Melaye shared a video on his social media pages showing him playing a role in a Nollywood movie
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The Nigerian entertainment industry has proven to be quite welcoming to new stars, especially when the person is someone who already has a social media presence.
This is evident in how reality show stars get featured in movies despite them not having a background in the movie industry.
Well, Nollywood has now moved from featuring reality show stars in films to also featuring politicians.
Just recently, Nigerian senator, Dino Melaye, took to social media to share a short clip of him playing a role in a Nollywood movie.
In the video, the senator could be seen fainting and being rushed to the hospital. In the short clip, it also looked like Melaye’s character was faced with great distress in the film.
See the short clip below:
Apart from politics and also sharing his controversial opinions, Melaye is also known for finding it easy to drop ‘diss tracks’ when he disagrees with something. Interestingly, this has gained him a lot of fans among youths on social media.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Melaye took to social media to criticize politicians including himself.
According to him, all those who have held political positions in Nigeria, including himself have failed the people.
Speaking further, Melaye said that the country sold crude oil for 64 years but was unable to feed the country for just two weeks of lockdown.
The former lawmaker made his displeasure known in a tweet on Tuesday, May 5, amid the ongoing partial lockdown occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic.
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