A 300-level student of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, NIJ, Ogba, Lagos, southwest Nigeria, has gone nude to break into the big league of the glamorous Nigerian movie industry, known as Nollywood, saying she wants to be famous and rich.
The 21-year-old student, Ms. Enitan Adeshola Okesanya, vowed to enter the industry with a big bang.
“I think there is something missing in the industry and that’s me. I seriously think so. I have got this talent and passion inside me that I want to show to everybody out there. I want the world to see what I have got inside me, the God-given talent inside me, and I know that the media are actually waiting for that young person that will come and blow everybody away. That’s why I believe that they are looking for me,” she told our correspondent last night as both scanned through her bawdy pictures.
To break into the world’s third biggest movie industry, Enitan said, she will go as far as her strength will carry her.
“As long as my strength can carry me. Since it’s about passion, I don’t think I can get tired. I will not stop until I am done, not even when I am tired.
“I love acting. I love fame. I hate poverty and I want to be rich. Ever since I was a child I always wanted to be in the big screen. I think the time has come for me to show the world what I’ve got inside me,” she said.
She said taking controversial pictures make her controversial and appealing. “I think because I am personally cr*zy. I love creativity. I love doing things that are so unusual. I don’t want to be doing everyday things. When I take a picture and people keep wondering, who’s that girl? I want to just create a controversy. That’s why I love taking cr*zy pictures,” she said.
Enitan said she will use acting and movie to reach to people who need help in the society.
“Acting is basically more than what we see on the screen. I could use acting to pass messages to the less privileged out there, to different people in our society. I could use acting and movies to impact knowledge into people’s lives because there are so many people out there that are looking for one thing or the other and through the expression of what I feel inside, through acting, I believe that I could pass messages across to the average people out there.”
The actress to be who was born on 7 May 1991 hails from Epe Local Government. She is the first child in a family of six and lost her father in 2010.
I cant blame this girl, children of nowadays are so dull they cant read to pass exam, unfortunately they think Nollywood acting is a way out when all we have is dumb actors and actresses
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