Popular Yoruba actress, Mojisola Olaiya, has come out to speak the truth about her industry and the challenges they all pass through.

Popular Yoruba actress, Mojisola Olaiya, has come out to speak the truth about her industry and the challenges they all pass through.

Popular Yoruba actress, Mojisola Olaiya, has come out to speak the truth about her industry and the challenges they all pass through.

The actress whose presence in the industry has not been felt that much recently explained that she stayed back because the kind of movies the Yoruba industry is producing is nothing to write home about.

She explained that their scripts have always been about crime and prostitution and nothing reseasonable to talk about good morals.

In her words, “What I would have to say about that is that I do more of soaps now, and when we talk about the Yoruba movie industry right now, to really be truthful, the kind of production coming out this days are not the kind of productions that teach morals. Most of the time when productions come out or when you are giving a script, you have to play a role of prostitute or crime, and stuffs. So I just have to sit down and watch the kind of script I really want to take, and now there is no money in the industry anymore, unlike before when we used to make money.”

“I can’t imagine myself going on set for five days and coming back with peanuts. So I have to consider that as well. Besides I have a new business now, you know we are growing, and you know this industry is not a life time thing like I think., so I say to myself, while I am still young, let me channel my energy towards diverse  things, that doesn’t mean I am quitting the industry. I still play my part in the industry if I am called. The reason why I am not too frequent right now is firstly the payment, secondly the kind of stories they produce now. It is rare to see a very good story now. It is just few people that produce good script now,” she told Citypeople.

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