- Actor, Femi Durojaiye, has taken to social media to clear the air over allegations that he asked people to pay for movie roles
- According to him, the purpose of his project is to train people as well as create jobs
- Femi also stated that the people who have undergone the training are still with him and have also worked on projects
Nollywood actor, Femi Durojaiye, is aware of the fact that a couple of people are not pleased with him, and one of them is his colleague, Lala Akindoju, who called him out.
The actress said she heard Durojaiye has been charging upcoming actors and actresses a sum of N35k in exchange for movie roles.
The veteran actor has taken to social media to clear the air over the allegations.
In a series of posts on Twitter, the actor stated that the end purpose of his movie project is to train talents and create jobs.
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He continued by saying that his subscribers start with training on production and then go on to work with him or on other projects.
The veteran actor further disclosed that the project at inception was to welcome all talents who could not make it into Nollywood on their own and also attached documents to show the copyright.
Femi also said that he has never collected any fee for any talent he has secured a job for over the years and some of them were people who had subscribed to his project.
"UPDATE: Femi Durojaiye's Movie Projects, PROJECT 100 - BEYOND ACTING. The end purpose of this project still remains to date, to train talents holistically who will then go ahead to create jobs for other talents as Producers."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ruggedman took to social media to ask why only Nollywood actresses keep buying cars and building houses.
The renowned rapper took to his Twitter page to ask male Nollywood actors what could be going on.
His post has been trailed by mixed reactions with some people criticising him for insinuating actresses sleep around to make money.