Nollywood actress Ruth Kadiri has responded to several criticisms which have trailed Nigerian movies.
Often many Nigerians discredit most movies in cinemas and Netflix for lacking a good storyline and poor production.
In a post shared on her Instagram story, Ruth Kadri averred that no Nigerian has the right to criticize a Nigerian movie adding that she will not tolerate it.
Ruth, who seemed sarcastic about the post, referred to the issue of a camcorder being found at Lekki tollgate after the military allegedly fired gunshots at EndSars protesters and the Abba Kyari’s alleged involvement with Instagram celebrity and fraudster Hushpuppi.
She wrote: No Nigerian has the right to say a Nigerian movie did not make sense. Not critique, not hatter, nothing. I will not tolerate it.
You don’t have the right to say a Nigerian movie did not make sense..
For this same Nigeria, them find camcorder for endsars gate. For this same Nigeria, policeman dey sell Asoebi. Hmmmmmm.
Naijabulletin News recalls that Ruth Kadiri recently reacted after she was called out by a social media user for constantly hiding her husband.
The mother of one who has never shown a picture of her man online took to her verified Instagram page to celebrate his birthday.
Ruth poured encomium on her man as she wished him a happy birthday without sharing his photo or video.
“Happy birthday to the king of my heart, the man of my dreams and the love of my life, a thousand kisses for you boo”
Reacting to the post, a social media user wrote, “Ruth na our girl o, but why is she telling us if she won’t show us his face na?” She wrote.
Ruth cautioned the user to let her be as her man could see the message. “Cutie leave alone. The owner of the message can see it. That’s all that matters ” She replied.
You don’t have the right to say a Nigerian movie did not make sense…
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