Nollywood actress, Felicia Fred, who has featured in over eight movies and bagged an endorsement deal with an energy drink, recently had a chat with a Vanguard correspondent, where she talked about sex, money and love.
According to the actress, she’s not interested in sex as money is all she wants.
Here are excerpts from the interview:-
In your bio you are described as a public figure, do you think you are a public figure?
Well, at this point of my life, of my career I see myself as someone who is just standing out. I feel like I haven’t achieved one percent of my dream. Come next two years and I will give you another reply.
What’s your love life like?
My love life? I have no comment. It’s not my priority at the moment.
So no man has ever rocked your world?
I think my career should rock my world for now. Before I went into Nollywood I had to school and I come from a very religious family. I had very strict upbringing. For now, I am more focused on my career.
You said you’re from a religious background; how will your dad feel if he sees that twerking video?
I know he might complain, he will be sad but I will tell him that twerking is an African dance, and I am a proud African, as a proud African twerking is part of our cultural dance. That’s what I will use to convince him because I know he will scream. Besides, my dad is my dad, I am me and I have to live my life.
As far as acting goes; what’s the limit for you?
I know I can never go Unclad on screen. I want to be in a movie where anybody that sees it could be inspired and want to be an actress.
I know I have admired a lot of people in the past like, Joke Silva, Liz Benson, and these are people that when you see their movies, even kids, learn a lot.
Perhaps, if I haven’t seen people like that on screen I wouldn’t have been this hungry or passionate about acting. I would love to interpret my roles but there is a limit to what I can act.
Even at this stage as an upcoming actress I select my roles, I select the kind of movies I do because I want to teach lessons of life by my movies.
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