- Actress Ruth Eze has ignited both intrigue and apprehension online with her recent disclosure about colleagues harboring fears of on-set poisoning.
- In a recent interview, she unveiled that this unsettling apprehension is particularly prevalent in the vibrant Nollywood scenes of the eastern part of the country, notably in Asaba, Delta State.
Popular Nigerian actress Ruth Eze has unveiled a prevailing unease that envelops Nollywood actors on set, that leads them to abstain from consuming their colleagues’ food.
According to her, many movie stars opt to procure or bring their own meals during film shoots, driven by a palpable fear of potential poisoning by someone in the industry.
Eze dropped this startling revelation in a recent interview with The Punch, highlighting that a substantial number of individuals in Nollywood harbor a distinct lack of camaraderie within the industry.
She said; “A lot of people don’t like to see others, especially in Nollywood in the eastern part of the country. We don’t like one another. I cannot expose my relationship, or who I am in love with.
“There is no actor in Nollywood, especially in Asaba (Delta State), that one would buy food for on set and they would eat. Everybody is scared, because of how dangerous that side is. When one goes for any production, one is usually scared. So, in order to be careful, one has to buy one’s food.”
In other news, Bolanle Ninalowo, the Nollywood actor, has fueled dating rumours after he shared a video of himself with actress Damilola Adegbite.
On Saturday, the movie star took to his Instagram page to share a video of himself in the gym with Adegbite.
The pair were spotted working out together at the gym.
The caption of the now-viral video reads: “#LovePeaceAndLightOnly @adedamee”.
The loved-up footage was shared a month after the actor announced that he had found love again.