Nollywood actress, Angela Okorie has blasted Nigerians who have been mourning late movie star, Chadwick Boseman are hypocrites.
The movie star in a video shared via her Instagram page said she wonders where Nigerians were when the Hollywood star was battling with cancer.
“In conclusion, people celebrate death more than life. Celebrate life that is worth celebrating not when they are gone.
Especially people who have done a lot to put smiles on your face,” she captioned the video.
“Don’t let low self-esteem, inferiority complex, and hate eat you up. All that epistle doesn’t really matter when the person don’t get to see it.
Too much hate in the world and I don’t know why, abeg no reason to hate anyone oooo.”
CANDIID ONLINE recalls that Boseman was celebrated for his role in 2018 superhero flick Black Panther and died of colon cancer at the age of 43.
Since the news broke of the movie star’s death, condolence messages have continued to pour from both celebrities and fans of the Black Panther star.
Angela Okorie is a Nigerian actress. In 2015, she won the City People Entertainment Awards for Best Supporting Actress.
She is also noted to have acted in more than 100 films between 2009 and 2014.
Okorie ventured into Nollywood in 2009, after a decade in modeling for a soap company. Her first movie was Sincerity in 2009.
The film was produced and directed by Stanley Egbonini and Ifeanyi Ogbonna respectively and stars Chigozie Atuanya, Nonso Diobi, Yemi Blaq, and Oge Okoye.
According to Pulse Nigeria, her break into the limelight came after she starred in Holy Serpent. She has also stated her desire to record gospel music in the future.
In 2014, she was described as one of the “most sought after actresses” in Nollywood by Vanguard newspaper, as well as a “popular actress” that interprets roles with ease by The Nation newspaper.
She also stated that she intends to go into film production.
Speaking on her musical aspirations, she explained that she has written numerous songs and would release her album soon, describing music as something that has always been a part of her.
In January 2014, she was documented to have acted in more than 80 film productions.