Vanguard (Lagos)

24 November 2012

Nigeria: Stella Damasus Denies Dumping Acting

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Stella Damasus

It is no longer news that sultry actress turned singer, Stella Damasus, now lives in the capital city of Abuja. The popular actress who exolained reason for her relocation said, "Abuja makes her think properly" but sources persist that the main reason she did so was to pursue a number of projects she has been handling of late.

Stella has been busy doing other things outside acting. In August, she was into some sort of radio tour in Abuja to promote her concert, tagged, The Alternative which held at the Abuja Sheraton Hotel.

She also joined forces with Yinka Lawanson known as Lamboghinny to solicit for relief materials for flood victims in Delta state as well as turning a social motivator, teaching some ladies on how to handle matters involving men, money, sex and the fear of God.

This and many more engagements, including launching her musical career has sparked off speculation that the seasoned actress may have dumped acting for other juicy deals.

In a chat on phone, the Delta state-born star, confirmed relocating to Abuja but said the gist about her dumping acting has no truth in it. In her words, "It is not true I have quit acting because I have three yet to be released movies I have done and I just finished a short film. I am about to start a feature-length movie".

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