With the rise of the parent-offspring collaborations going on in Nigeria, many of the celebrities might just turn the entertainment industry into a family business.

With the rise of the parent-offspring collaborations going on in Nigeria, many of the celebrities might just turn the entertainment industry into a family business.

With the rise of the parent-offspring collaborations going on in Nigeria, many of the celebrities might just turn the entertainment industry into a family business.

It would not be a bad idea for the child to carry on the legacy of one's parents in a chosen field as precepts set by the parent could fast track the rise of the child. Seems it might just be the fastest way to rise to prominence for the children who have their parents involved in the business. The Nollywood veteran, Zack Orji might just be the latest father-son enterprise in the entertainment market as his son, Leonard Orji, going by the stage name of Leo’nel is busy on the music scene. He joins ranks with the likes of late Justus Esiri and Sidney Esiri 'Dr. Sid', Kunle Afolayan and his late father, Adeyemi Josiah Afolayan 'Ade-Love', Femi Adebayo and Salami Adebayo 'Oga Bello', Sunkanmi Omobolanle and Sunday Omobolanle 'Papi Luwe', Dare Art Alade and his late music father, Modupeola Afolabi Jemi-Alade 'Art Alade' in the entertainment quota. Loe'nel, who is a Bachelors of Art graduate from the University of Bradford, United Kingdom, studied Media Studies/Television. His first music act was in 2012 with a single titled 'Rockstar'.

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