The controversial soft porn movie, “Dirty Secret” which starred unrepentant actress Tonto Dike, Muna Obiekwe and many other Nigerian actors is finally released into the market.

Tonto confirmed this, in her twitter page, disclosing however that the movie sold close to eleven thousand copies in less than four hours after its release. But this figure is yet to be confirmed.

In the movie produced by Sanga Entertainment, the pretty actress engaged in an endless kisses and wag tongues in a slow pace as she goes semi-nude, exposing her body in such a manner that left much to be desired.

Just as highly rated actor, Muna Obiekwe blinded his fans with his dirty role in the movie, portraying nude scenes. It’s indeed an eyesore movie.

Owing to her unrepentant action, Tonto currently is having a face-off with enraged fans, mostly Ghanaians who frowned at her for acting in that unholy movie.

The producer, Sanga Entertainment is a Bronx, New York-based Company with an annual turnover of less than $500, 000 and with less than four staff. It specialises in video tapes and disc renting service in the Bronx.

The company started business in 2004. The repeated explicit and lewd scenes in the movie have resulted in vitriolic attacks on the internet against the 25-year old actress who grew up without a mother in a family of nine children.

The enraged fans, are wondering why the light skinned pretty actress could not draw the line between ‘professionalism and pornography’. Recall that in her twitter page, the actress called her critics ‘pretenders’, adding “why would we enjoy seeing nudity in Hollywood? It’s a f..cking profession peeps, grow up.

I am all out with my job and you hard if you find otherwise. Rubbish f..cking pretenders. I hate fake damn tradition. I have got a mind and heart my profession requires.”

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