Actress, Rita Daniel is the mother of teenage star Regina Daniel and the chairman of Actors Guild of Nigeria, Delta state chapter, as well as an officer in Director Guild of Nigeria; and a producer.

Actress, Rita Daniel is the mother of teenage star Regina Daniel and the chairman of Actors Guild of Nigeria, Delta state chapter, as well as an officer in Director Guild of Nigeria; and a producer.

Actress, Rita Daniel is the mother of teenage star Regina Daniel and the chairman of Actors Guild of Nigeria, Delta state chapter, as well as an officer in Director Guild of Nigeria; and a producer.

By her position, she is in position to discuss the issue of sex for roles in Nollywood and she was very direct at attacking the issue.

“When you talk about s*x-for role, it has to do with an individual. There’s nowhere that it does not exist. In the entertainment industry, people do a lot of funny things to get what they want.

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I believe it is an individual thing. If you feel s*x is what will take you up there, fine, go ahead.

But know that whatever takes you up there that is not God’s will, will certainly crash. Definitely, when you are up there with God’s help, nobody will pull you down.

Anything you get from an illicit affair does not end well.”

How did it get this bad in the movie industry and who is to be blamed “Nobody is to be blamed. If producers ‘toast’ you, maybe it’s okay but sometimes the girls are the ones ‘toasting’ the producers.

So, who is to be blamed then? A man has the right to say ‘bring your body’; a woman has the right to say ‘no’. It is a two-way thing. If it is r*pe, it is a different thing.”

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On accusations that she forced her daughter, Regina Danile’s into acting for financial gains she had this to say “Nobody is to be blamed.

If producers ‘toast’ you, maybe it’s okay but sometimes the girls are the ones ‘toasting’ the producers. So, who is to be blamed then? A man has the right to say ‘bring your body’; a woman has the right to say ‘no’.

It is a two-way thing. If it is r*pe, it is a different thing.

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