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No One Has Ever Asked Me S*x For Role — Actress Abidemi Adisa

Nollywood actress of the Yoruba extraction, Abidemi Adisa has revealed that no one has ever requested s*x from her for a movie role.

The actress said this while affirming that sex-for-role syndrome is a clear and present danger in the movie industry.

She affirmed that the s*x-for-role syndrome has driven some highly talented, well-meaning talents out of the industry.

Adisa said, “It sure does exist and it is one of the things driving many talented people away from the Nigerian movie industry. This is not even limited to actresses, but men too are sometimes victims. But we can’t stereotype Nollywood for this because it sure does exist in other Industries as well.”

However, she said nobody has ever asked s*x from her before she takes any role in movies.

The passionate actress revealed she was left out of the s*x-for-role syndrome because she was not desperate for stardom.

“Luckily for me, no one has ever asked me for sex for a role because I’m not desperate for stardom”, she added.

She also speaks on her foray into the industry, “My passion for the make-believe industry drove me into acting. I always appreciate how great actors interpret roles and make people believe it is a real occurrence. This greatly influenced my decision to take up acting as a career”.

Abidemi Adisa learned the rudiments of acting under the veteran actor, Mr Saidi Balogun and she had starred in quite a number of movie productions such as: Violence part 1&2, Bisola Peperenpe, Tani, Drotimi, Ire, Asiri Pepe, Akete, etc. The delectable actress also had 3 movies she had produced herself namely Ota, Ojiji Ife, Bidemi Jagba 1 & 2.

The talented actress is currently working on a new project she’s planning to shoot in the United Kingdom and Nigeria. The title is “Iku Ore”. It is a story of a lady that pleases her friend in every way but who doesn’t care about herself.


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