Nollywood actress Ani Amatosero addresses 'SARS' in the entertainment industry

Nollywood actress Ani Amatosero addresses 'SARS' in the entertainment industry

- Ani Amatosero has taken to social media to address the 'SARS' in the movie industry

- According to the Nollywood actress, filmmakers who demand favours in exchange for roles are part of the problem

- Ani also stated that people who prevent others from getting roles or take these roles away from them are also the 'SARS' people are fighting

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Nollywood actress, Ani Amatosero, has slammed people in the entertainment industry who make things difficult for actors and actresses in the Nigerian movie industry.

In a recent post shared to her Instagram page, the film star and journalist slammed directors who ask for sexual favours from actresses before giving them roles.

Nollywood actress Ani Amatosero calls out 'SARS' in the entertainment industry
Sni is of the opinion that there is 'SARS' in the entertainment industry. Photo credit: @effixzzy/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Ani also called out people who take roles from others and those in top positions who refuse to give others good jobs. To Ani, all of the aforementioned people are 'SARS in the entertainment sector'.

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Below is what she wrote:

"SARS in the entertainment sector. If you are a director, and you ask for s*x before giving roles, you are worse than SARS. If you are a producer, and you owe your casts and crew and you refuse to pay, you are worse than SARS. If you are an actor, and you scheme your way to hijack a role from your fellow actor, some will tell their marketer boyfriends names of people that will not be in the job, then your name is SARS. If you are a PM/Director/Producer and you tell people to register under your company( after registering in AGN) and you don’t give them good jobs, you are Daddy/Mummy SARS. We need to also cleanse the entertainment sector."

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Meanwhile, Nigerian comedian, Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY, reacted following backlash celebrities received over the death of #EndSARS protesters.

In a recent Instagram post, he shared a screenshot of his tweet talking about how celebs have continued to receive blames despite their contribution to the movement.

In the caption, he stated that it is an inappropriate response to blame celebrities for the death of people who were fighting for a better Nigeria. He also advised that people should remain focused and not be concerned with any 'orchestrated distractions.

The comedian appealed to everyone to maintain a proper focus on the set goals while mourning those who have passed on.

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