Veteran Nollyhood actress and filmmaker, Shan George, has taken a swipe at ladies who engage in the acts of bleaching their skin.

The movie star was reflecting on the prevalence of the practice in the society via her Instagram Stories on Wednesday.

She wondered why women use lightening cream, arguing that while such not only damage their skin, it does not add any value to those who indulge in it.

“After all that bleaching, now you don yellow sotay (to the extent) we dey see all your veins and nerves in green and red colours, you still never see husband, you never become rich, nor have you got any titles/degrees. Wetin you gain?” The 50-year-old actress wrote in a mixture of English and Pidgin.

In another post, the filmmaker also tackled those who are fond of sharing pictures of themselves while in church to give people the impression that they are holy.

“If you keep posting pictures of when you were in church making me think you are holy, please, remember to also post that of when you are committing sin, to let me know I’m wrong. You ain’t holy,” she added.

Shan George is a Nollywood actress, singer, film producer and director. Prior to debuting in the movie Thorns of Rose, she had previously featured in a 1997 soap opera titled Winds of Destiny. She is best known for her role in the movies Outkast and Welcome to Nollywood.

Born in Ediba, a town in Abi local government area of Cross River State, Nigeria; Shan was born to a Nigerian mum and a British dad.[3] Controversial for having issues with her “love life”, her first marriage was when she was 16. She attended Edanafa Secondary Commercial School, Ediba, Cross River, Nigeria.She is an alumnus of the University of Lagos where she studied Mass Communication and went on to produce her debut movie titled All For Winnie during her final year.

In 2010, Shan released her debut studio album titled Dance which got positive reviews from music critics. She presently has two children after being involved in several broken marriages. She is also the Founder/CEO of a tuition-free film school, Divine Shield Film Academy in Calabar, Nigeria.