Nigerian media personality OAP Toolz Oniru has some words of advice and encouragement to the female Nigerian celebrities in the entertainment industry.

Nigerian media personality OAP Toolz Oniru has some words of advice and encouragement to the female Nigerian celebrities in the entertainment industry.

Nigerian media personality OAP Toolz Oniru has some words of advice and encouragement to the female Nigerian celebrities in the entertainment industry.

According to Toolz, she has a working Ethics which is getting her job done by any means but legally necessary.

She also pointed out the lack of love among Nigerian female entertainers drawing their attention back that the male are dominating them so much although she believes that change may come in that aspect.

The Curvy OAP took out time to share the secret to her successful live and wish for many female artistes to be successful at the same point as the is no law that forbids that.

“I’ve been lucky to have some amazing opportunities come my way, but I’ve also realized the importance of deliberately building a brand. Know and maximize your strengths. My work ethic is to get the job done by any (legal) means necessary! I hate excuses, and I hate being in the position where I have to make excuses. The entertainment industry is still very male-dominated, which is a big shame, but it is gradually changing. Women definitely support each other, but I find that we are often pitted against each other. With regards to artists, for example, it’s almost like there’s an unwritten rule that there can only be one successful female artist at a time which is ridiculous; There’s room for plenty. In this day and age, you have to make sure you have exposure on all or most trending platforms.” She said.

Toolz is not the first to issue lack of love among Nigerian female celebrities unlike their male counterparts and that is the reason the male entertainers are dominating the industry.

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