Angela Okorie, a well-known Nollywood actress, has criticized female junior colleagues who she thinks are not totally honest about their source of income.
In a recent podcast, the thespian weighed in on the never-ending debate about female actors being more successful than their male counterparts and owning massive buildings across the country.
Thespian joined in on the ongoing discussion about female performers being more successful than their male counterparts and owning enormous buildings all across the country in a recent podcast.
Angela criticized actresses who flaunt their mansions at posh estates and locales in less than a year after joining the industry and claim to have purchased the houses with money from their acting careers. She pointed out that male movie stars are very hardworking.
While insisting that no money from the movie industry could give anyone money to buy mansions in pricey places in that short period, she begged them to quit lying.
The junior actors, who assert that their acting income has made them affluent, were warned by Angela to stop spreading this false information since it makes the senior actors in the field appear careless.
She claims that although these young actresses have other ways of obtaining money, they continue to lie about their acting careers, giving the impression that their more experienced counterparts are not acting well.