A popular Nollywood actor, Blossom Chukwujekwu, has said he feels sorry for actors who have refused to get married in order to maintain their female fans.

Chukwujekwu who was talking with Sunday Scoop, added that his wife is the most important part of his existence.

In his words, “My wife is more important than any other thing you can think of. The Bible says, ‘He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favour from the Lord’.

“I feel sorry for those who say they don’t want to get married because they are scared of losing their female fans. They do not know that they are postponing their day of favour.

“I think female fans will respect you more when you get married. That is not to say you should get married for the wrong reasons. It is only okay to get married after you might have found the right person.”

The actor, who has featured in several home movies such as Champagne, The Visit and Ghana Must Go, is regarded as a ‘born-again’ Christian in an industry where people believe it’s difficult to balance faith and entertainment.

He maintained, “It’s not impossible to be a born-again Christian and still be an entertainer.

“It is very possible because believing in Christ is sustained by constant study of the word of God.”

He further said it was unprofessional for actors to get aroused on set.

“If you ask other actors, they will tell you that the sex never really happens, so you have to act like a professional.

“I think it’s unprofessional for you get aroused on set. You should be disciplined enough to control yourself and focus on the task at hand.”

Credit: DailyPost

Let me quickly add, that this is absolutely one man’s opinion… You might be an actor but you are still human…Just saying!


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