Vivian Pius: “Lesbianism has come to stay in Nollywood”

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Nollywood actress Vivian Pius has opened up on the alarming increase of homosexual relationships in Nollywood, saying it was slowly becoming a norm in the movie industry.

Vivia on set in Festac took out time to say, “Lesbianism has come to stay in Nollywood. Though it exists in other industries such as banking, medical and others, that of Nollywood is more open to the public because of who we are, as a society`s role models.”

“It has come to be seen as a cartel where those who belong to a group find it easier getting movie roles. Some of them can even make you rich overnight beyond your expectation. Those who are in it and know their onions can tell you better.”

“They get the best of jobs and are richer driving in big cars and seeing at the best of places. The same thing goes for the homosexuals.”

“The industry has become what many of us never dreamed of, going the way of Hollywood and other European movie industries. It is also in Alaba International Market. They control the industry. It is all about packaging. But there is still hope that those who are not patronizing them will still make it in Nollywood.”

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