Nigerian actress Regina Chukwu found herself at the center of a social media storm when an unfounded accusation from a fan claimed she was using a silicone bum pad to enhance her body shape.
Regina, being a seasoned actress, chose to confront the situation directly without hesitation. The incident occurred on one of her Instagram posts, where she fearlessly shared a captivating video, proudly flaunting her natural curves.
Amidst the flood of compliments from her fans, there was one individual who alleged that the actress had used silicon to achieve her enviable figure. The fan’s comment read, “Na silicon you wear?”
Unwilling to ignore the accusation, Regina Chukwu promptly responded in the comment section, addressing the claim directly. She wrote, “@enny_herbal_signature01 another unfortunate one (peewee)” to dismiss the baseless allegation.
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Cleric Abu Sufyaan criticizes actor Lateef Adedimeji for portraying a feminine role in his acting.
Naijalegit recently reported on the contentious debate sparked by Islamic cleric Abu Sufyaan, who criticized popular Nollywood actor Lateef Adedimeji for his portrayal of female characters in movies.
Lateef Adedimeji, a highly acclaimed and versatile actor in Nigerian films, has gained immense praise for his exceptional performances, including his portrayal of the character ‘Iya Peju,’ a female role. His talent and skill in effectively depicting such roles have earned him admiration and recognition from fans and colleagues in the entertainment industry.
However, Abu Sufyaan took to social media to express his disapproval of actors taking on cross-gender roles in the film industry. During a sermon, he raised concerns about men portraying women in movies, stating that it is “forbidden by God and the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).” He argued that such depictions go against Islamic teachings and principles.
Part of his message included these words, “Recently, he has turned himself into a woman. All the sufism call actor Lateef Adedimeji to order, lecture him with words of God.”