21 April 2012

Nigeria: Afrocandy Recruits Actors, Actresses to Act in 'Soft-Porn' Movies

This is not a joke, neither is it fiction. American based Nigerian "Ikebe Na Moni" singer and Nollywood actress, Judith Opara Mazagwu popularly known as AfroCandy is at it again. This time, she is recruiting aspiring actors and actresses basically not to make them stars in their own right, but wants them to act nude in her movies.

Advertising this, on her facebook wall, on Thursday, AfroCandy admitted that it takes a lot of guts for one to get naked in front of the Camera.

"I have scripts lined up for production and there will also be nudity in most of them. So, if you are an aspiring actor/actress, you have the passion and you will like to get naked, send in your info/contacts for casting and I look forward to meeting and working with you." she writes on her facebook wall.

Just last year, the mother of two exposed her boobs in two movies, "Destructive Instinct' which squealers said was produced by Theophilius Efe and directed by Chico Ejiro, and also "Ikebe Squard" co-produced by herself. As if that was not enough, she exposed vital parts of her body too in the video of her album "Voodoo/Juju Woman".

HVP gathered that the controversial singer played major roles in these movies while she was in the country promoting her single which caused a major uproar on the internet and was described as a soft porn last year.

Despite all the negative comments that greeted her last video, the singer was unrepentant as she has continued with her razz mattazz of exposing her body. Little wonder, could it be that AfroCandy enjoys getting naked in front of the Camera?

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