I do not have girlfriends in the Yoruba film industry, we are all colleagues - Actress cries out on social media

I do not have girlfriends in the Yoruba film industry, we are all colleagues - Actress cries out on social media

- Nollywood actress, Adekemi Taofeek Muyiab, has taken to social media to express how she feels about her female colleagues in the industry

- According to Adekemi, she does not have any female friends in the industry but only colleagues

- Speaking further, Adekemi said that one cannot be her friend and still talk negatively about her in her absence

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The Nigerian entertainment industry usually looks glitzy and glamorous to onlookers, however, time has shown that things are not always as rosy as they look.

Just like regular individuals, celebs also have to deal with problems of jealousy, negativity, gossip and envy from their colleagues.

Just recently, Nollywood actress, Adekemi Taofeek Muyiab, took to social media via her Instagram page to share a disclaimer about having girlfriends in the Yoruba film industry.

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According to the film star, she does not have girlfriends in the film industry but only colleagues. She also said that one cannot claim to be her friend and still speak negatively about her when she is not there.

The actress also went ahead to list her achievements in the form of businesses she owns as she told her detractors that she is their mentor because she hustles real hard to put food on her table.

In her words: “I repeat I DO NOT HAVE GIRLFRIENDS IN THE YORUBA INDUSTRY, WE ARE ALL COLLEAGUES.

You can’t claim to be my friend and still talk shi*t behind me.

Am Adekemi Taofeek Muyiab(Atm) CEO @mat_divasclothing @omodudu_skincare @wine_affairsbymat I hustle real hard to put food on my table.

AM UR BIGGEST MENTOR”.

See her post below:

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian writer and social critic, Reno Omokri, shared his take on the Nigerian film industry and how it has portrayed its people to foreigners.

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According to Omokri, it has been responsible for portraying citizens of the country as diabolic and fetish people.

Reno then went on to recount how he was in San Francisco with veteran actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo in 2011 when a lady recognised the film star. Reno said he brought out his camera thinking the lady wanted a photo but that she screamed saying that they wanted to use her picture for ‘juju’.

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