Our Celebrities Oppress Us Instead Of Inspiring Us! Take A Cue From Lupita Nyong! Reader Writes

I was surfing online watching trailers of 12 years a slave
and I saw a Kenyan lady transform from just an ordinary girl to an
international celebrity, in the midst of all the people she had always admired
and lending her voice. This tells me that success is not about where you come from
or the people you know but the amount of hardwork you put to whatever you do. A
lot of Nigerian actors are always about the new hair they just made, the latest
car, Chanel bag etc.

Not trying to make themselves better or even challenging
themselves physically and mentally. I did a little research on this lady and I
discovered she was the lady in Shuga that was shot in Kenya and after Shuga,
she still went to study more on her craft spending 3years in Yale school of
drama.  A lot of our actors feel they
know it all and are not interested in learning more.

I get irritated seeing what our celebrities are turning into.
They don’t inspire us rather they oppress us,  making our young girls think desperately on
how to buy a chanel bag  rather than how
to make the best out of their lives.
Please take a cue from this young lady she is only 31 and
she is an inspiration to people that aspire to be an actor.

Akin Bakare

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