I have been a victim of sex for roles, but I declined- Omobewaji Fash
We have seen the likes of Bukky Wright, Biodun Okeowo, Mercy Aigbe to know the Yoruba sector of Nollywood is blessed with some beautiful women.
Budding actress, Omobewaji Fash isn’t just a talented actress but a beauty to behold on screen. The curvy role interpreter who has featured in movies like ‘The Call’, ‘Asiko’, ‘Judasi’, to mention but a few shares her story with TheNewsGuru in this interview.
On discovering her acting talent
I have always had the zeal to act, but my past relationship didn’t allow me pursue the passion.Along the line I was idle and needed to engage my time in productive things.I left Lagos for Ibadan to seek for a job all to no avail. I thought of building my talent , I followed my heart and the rest they say is history.
First acting experience
My first acting experience was challenging and also exciting.However I get better and better by the day.
Yes my parents were supportive ever since I told them about my chosen career path.
Being a curvy woman
Being curvy has its own advantage and disadvantages. Due to my stature I get to fit in to some roles while I don’t fit into some other roles.
No, I cannot cope in a sexless relationship. I can be in a relationship with someone I am not sexually attracted to, not all relationship are based on sex though, but sex is also important.Body no be firewood,he must be good.
Changes I will love to see
The changes I will love to see in Nollywood are much. There has to be an improvement in the way upcoming actors are being treated.The content of our stories needs to better and also the issue of sex for roles. I will love to see improvements in these areas.
Sex for roles
Yes I have been a victim of sex for roles, but I declined.The demand for sex for roles doesn’t happen every time because some of our actors and producers still have dignity. It is one the things I encounter as a beautiful busty upcoming actress.