Actors don’t want to work for producers anymore” – Filmmaker Chinney Love concurs with Kanayo Kanayo as she speaks on the toxicity in Nollywood

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Nigerian filmmaker, Chinney Love has shared her two cents on the movie industry as she concurs with veteran actor, Kanayo Kanayo.

 

The Nollywood practitioner had called out Nollywood filmmakers who run to the steaming giant platform, YouTube, for ruining the foundation of the movie industry by creating low-quality content.

 

The veteran also spoke against those who were not learned enough in making films but went ahead and created the money-making video channel and then go on to abandon their colleagues. Admonishing them to work with each other, he warned against the durability of the YouTube platform.

 

Concurring with him, Chinney noted how when she joined YouTube, there was so much love and everyone was concerned about individual growth. But now, the space has become so toxic hence why she took a break from the platform to focus and heal.

 

She noted how actors don’t want to act for producers anymore as everyone is now operating like a one-man army forgetting that the movie industry is highly spiritual and they all need each other.

 

“Listening to Uncle KOK’s video he won’t have put it any better. When I hear about the things happening now, especially in the YouTube space I just shake my head for the industry. No be so we take start this YouTube business oo

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