“I know that Actress who ‘bleach’ have nothing to offer” I’m dark and I’m proud of it – Actress Adebimpe Oyebade Boast

Entering the film industry is a dream for many, but it can be a daunting task for aspiring actors. Fortunately, social media can be a powerful tool in discovering new opportunities, praizemedia report.

In my case, I found out about a Lagos audition through social media, which ultimately led to my debut film role in Agbede Meji (Crossroads), directed by Yomi Fabiyi.

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On my first day on set, I faced a challenge as the director, Abbey Lanre, was known for being severe.

However, I remained confident in my abilities and paid close attention to his advice. By doing so, I was able to provide a great performance in the movie, which eventually opened doors for me to appear in several other films.

In the film industry, there is often pressure to conform to certain beauty standards. However, I take pride in my dark skin, which sets me apart from many others in the industry. I consider it a blessing, and it has even helped me secure roles in movies. By embracing my unique feature, I have gained confidence and appreciation for my individuality.

Overall, my journey into the film industry demonstrates the importance of taking risks, trusting one’s abilities, and embracing one’s uniqueness. It also shows how social media can provide a platform for new opportunities and connections, and how diversity can be a strength in an industry that often values conformity.

Actresses who ‘bleach’ their skins are not confident and don’t believe in themselves. They also probably don’t have anything to offer, because if they do, they wouldn’t go down that route. Dark-skinned girls are doing well in the industry. I have never been discriminated against because of my complexion.

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