Vanguard (Lagos)

30 November 2012

Nigeria: Beverly Naya On Collision Course With Omotola, Genevieve

Fast rising Nollywood actress, Beverly Naya hasn't been around for more than two years in the industry and already she is rubbing shoulders with the very best in the business.

The highly cultured beauty who only started her acting while featuring in Lancelot Imasuen's "Home in Exile" produced two years ago. She is billed to slug it with the likes of Omotola, Genevieve Nnaji and Nse Ikpe-Etim for her role in 2010 movie "Guilty Pleasure" as she is nominated for the Most Stylish Actress honour in the FABS award, holding later this month.

Compared to the other nominees for the award, Beverly is way behind and her only claim to fame is a couple of films like 'Home In Exile' and "Weekend Getaway', where she starred alongside Genevieve Nnaji, Uti Nwachukwu and Ramsey Nouah. She also made a show of her dazzling beauty in Banky W.'s "Follow You Go" video but will these few capers put the odds in her favour? It is a long shot in the dark but one Beverly is hell-bent on taking.

Already, she is not leaving any stone unturned as she is regularly and religiously on social media campaigning for votes. There is hardly a day without "Hey guys!! I need your support, please vote for me to win FAB's 'Most Stylish Actress' via a link. Luv you guys" banner from her posted on either Twitter or Facebook.

Beverly became so popular recently, no thanks to a rumour being milled around that she is involved in a hot sizzling romance with Big Brother All Star winner, Uti Nwachukwu after the duo were caught in a compromising position on a couple of occasions. But the damsel has since dispelled the rumour on Twitter, saying "This Insinuation is laughable..Pls lets not start a rumor.....My boyfriend wasn't too happy seeing this...." Uti makes me laugh a lot...its always fun and games hanging out with him and nothing more."

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