Nollywood actress, Ruth Kadiri has taken to social media to lament over her acting profession.
It is no longer news that Ruth Kadiri is one of the most talented actresses in Nollywood.
She is basically one of the favorite faces to watch out for when it comes to the Nollywood industry.
However, the actress in a recent video lamented over what she has been facing in her profession.
According to the mother of one, it has been difficult for her to slay in this profession she chose.
The actress explained that during the Christmas period, she had decided to give herself a little luxury by fixing her nails and lashes.
However, before she had time to enjoy the luxury, she was given a script where she had to act like a village girl.
Kadiri said, “Something is bothering me this morning and my problem might not make a lot of sense to lots of people, but it is a problem for me.
“As a girl, I hardly do the things that a lot of women do. It is difficult for me to do because of this job, this profession that I chose.
“This December, I was like Ruth, be a girl, dress up, take care of yourself, do something with yourself.
“I decided to go fix my lashes, 28k for this one. I decided to paint my nails and have been flaunting it, a lot of people has seen it. This is like a big deal for me.”
“Then boom! I get this script where I have be literally be like a local girl! I have been thinking, how do I go take off this lashes now?
“How do I remove my toe nails? Only actors that do not have work look like slay queens.
The script will come telling you to look like a mad person, tell you to become a boy, become a mad woman, only you!
“I could have started my year with a bit of luxury, but no, they want me to remove my wig, remove everything.” she lamented.
Watch Ruth Kadiri in the video below
Born in Benin City, Kadiri ventured into Nollywood in the movie Boys Cot and since then has over fifty movies to her credit.
The actress also doubles as a screenwriter, where she has written and co-written several movies including Matters Arising, Heart of a Fighter, Ladies Men, Sincerity, First Class and Over the Edge.
In addition, she has also produced films such as Matters Arising, Over the Edge, Somebody Lied and Memory Lane, which deals with the issue of lies and deceit.
The actress is married to Mr Ezerika and the couple recently celebrated their first wedding anniversary.
In a sweet post on social media earlier, the 32-year-old mother of one shared a photo of herself and Mr Ezerika sharing a passionate kiss as she described what it was like loving him.
Captioning the photo, she expressed her satisfaction with the marriage so far, describing it as “peaceful”.
“Being your wife is so peaceful. I love it here. Happy anniversary to us,” she wrote.
The screenwriter and film producer had kept her relationship a secret until December 2017, when she announced on her social media pages that she was engaged.
The pair then had their traditional and white wedding back in November 2018. They are proud parents to a one-year-old daughter, Reign who they welcomed on August 26, 2019.
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Meanwhile, Kadiri made headlines recently after she sparked a debate on social media after asking if it is ok to go through one’s partner’s phone.
The mother of one took to Instagram where she dropped the question.
“Is it ever OK to check your partner’s phone?” the question reads.
Answering her own question, Ruth said: “Why call him or her your partner if you can’t go through their phones??? Once the shreds of secrecy is allowed then so many things sets in. My thought. Correct me if I’m wrong.”
In another development, Popular Nigerian rapper, Eedris Abdulkareem has revealed the only way Nigerians would rush to take COVID-19 vaccines.
It is no longer news that the country has entered its second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The numbers of people testing positive to the virus has been increasing daily.
As of the last report by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), on January 9, 2021, Nigeria had 1585 new cases of #COVID19.
While lots of people have concluded that taking the COVID-19 vaccine would be the way out of the dreaded pandemic that is still taking lives, there are some who are of a different opinion.
There are some Nigerians who do not believe in the virus while there are others who have not accepted that a vaccine would be a way out.
In response, Eedris in a recent post explained what would make Nigerians take the COVID-19 vaccine.
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