Mother Of Porn Movies In The Movie Industry, Afrocandy Claims Title

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Controversial Nollywood actress and mother of two Judith Opara Mazagwu, otherwise known as Afrocandy, is speaking out yet again about obvious things we somehow already know. Read excerpts from her recent interview with Tribune

On being a porn star – does she have no shame?

Why should I be ashamed? For your information, I am the mother of porn movie in the movie industry. I was the one who introduced nudity in the industry and nobody has gone to the level I have gone. No other actress has shown what I have shown. People including you have seen my boobs; please don’t let me go further. No one has beaten the record I set as a producer of porn movies. If you have seen my last movie, Destructive Instinct you will understand my point.

I am still wearing the crown and I am not ready to hand over to anybody. The game has just begun and people have not seen anything yet. I want my fans to watch out. Meanwhile, I am happy that a lot of upcoming are willing to be like me. Honestly, I don’t have any problem with them taking after me.

Any regrets being described as a porn star

People mix things up. I know how I do my things. Every occasion has its own outfit and fashion. So, I give them what they want at the appropriate time. It doesn’t always have to be loud, but I love being loud because most of the things I do are loud. Show business is to show what you have got and I am showing it.

I am Afrocandy and an eye candy has to look like an eye candy. Opening your cleavage is part of dressing. Wearing revealing dresses is normal and I think they are getting used to it here in Nigeria. I don’t have any regrets revealing my nakedness to the public. I have got it and I have a nice body, so, why not.

You don’t care to walk in the streets naked?

We were all born naked. We don’t know whether what is written in the Bible is real. Have we ever asked ourselves why human beings are still born naked? We are committing the greatest sin by wearing clothes because God created us naked. We should be walking naked on the street because that was how we were born. If not that people will not let me rest, I would walk naked on the street. I know that my father in heaven will be happy that I am keeping His rules.

On rumours of her dancing with half-naked girls believed to be lesbians

Those ladies are not lesbians. They are strippers; they are usually described as entertainers and we are all in the game doing entertainment. Entertainment comes in different shapes and sizes, even if you are naked, it is a form of entertainment. We were partying in our own way and it was nothing else than fun.

What sort of fun was that?

Yes I did have fun, but not the fun people were talking about. I really enjoyed myself with the dancers. As I said earlier, they are not lesbians neither am I. I love men. To be candid, I love every human being either woman or man. And, if you ask me what I put inside there, it is dxxk. Though, I have lesbians as a friend, but that does not make me one. There are lots of them in America, they are human beings as well. I cannot disassociate myself from them because it is not my choice.

On the controversy of her charging up-coming actors N7,000 audition fees for her movie “The Queen of Zamunda”

Yes I did. The fee is for membership registration. It is not necessarily for the audition. I think I have made it clear several times that the sum of 7000 naira is for membership as well as to get role in my production. I have heard from different quarters that I am charging low and I was going to spoil business for them.

I was accused that I came from nowhere to spoil their business in Nigeria because they knew that a lot of people will want to come in, especially with my style. Honestly, they were really mad at me because some producers do charge even more than N20, 000. With this development, I think I am the cheapest in the game, but despite their noise, I won’t increase it because some of my fans cannot even afford the N7000.

It was in the news that you were broke and couldn’t pay your daughter’s school fees, what happened to your money?

I was not broke, it was a stunt. I never knew it will go that far. That’s why I said everything about me is controversial. What actually happened was that there were many things going on at that time. I was pulling a stunt for two reasons. My money was seized by the US government but I will not want to disclose the reason now. I did that so they could release the money if they see the story online. I think it worked because my money was released and the other reason was to convince my daughter who rejected the school that gave her scholarship. I thought she might change her mind, but unfortunately it didn’t work.

Did people respond to your plea?

Yes. I got a couple of positive responses. My friend, the queen of Virginia, sent some money. Terry G, who is also a friend, responded. I was not broke and I can never be broke. Mind you, someone that is broke won’t come down from the US to Nigeria and spend over one month in an expensive hotel. The God of Abraham is my father, I can never be broke.

On why she stayed in expensive hotels – does she not own an apartment in Nigeria?

No. I used to have a house before I left for the US but my ex sold it. That’s a topic for another day. I am definitely going to get another one soon. Currently, we are planning to get one at Lekki.

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