Being A Female Celebrity Is An Upgraded Version Of Prostitution – Actress Nnaji Charity
Popular Nollywood superstar Charity Nnaji has fired a shot at Nigerian celebrities.
In a post on social media, the controversial actress took to her Instagram to compare being a female actress to prostitution.
What she did not explain is the reason she said that. Information Guide Nigeria
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“I have it before and I will say again been a female celebrity in Nigeria is more like advanced Prostitution.”
Truth is, this is not the first Charity has been dragged to mud, she has been involved in several controversies, one of such is being called out for begging a socialite for money. JAMB Result
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