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Femi Adebayo: The Day I Slapped My Father, Oga Bello

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Femi Adebayo: The Day I Slapped My Father, Oga Bello

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Nollywood actor Femi Adebayo recently told Sunday Scoop that all actors must be ready to take on challenging roles in order remain relevant in the entertainment industry.

In his recent chat with Sunday School, the actor said:

“I have been presented with scripts where I had to slap my father on set and I must do it as an actor. He has slapped me on set too countless times. The moment we are acting, I don’t see him as my father anymore; I see him as a colleague and we need to interpret our roles very well. He trained me and he is my boss in the industry. He has taught me not to fear whenever I come across a bigger actor or someone like him on set. But the moment the director says stop, I prostrate to him and apologise.”

Why I Love Acting Yoruba Movies

The only difference between an English and Yoruba movie is the language but the reaction as well as interpretation, most times, are the same. Given another chance, I would still prefer to come into the industry as a Yoruba actor because it has made me know my culture. All my days in school, I was taught a foreign culture and language. Later, I had the opportunity of learning about my culture, which I would not have learnt if I had started as an English actor. Majority of the people who started with English movies don’t have the opportunity I have had.”

Why English Actors Make More Money Thank Their Yoruba Counterparts

 “English is a general language and it is universally accepted, unlike the Yoruba language. We cannot expect a Yoruba movie to have the same audience as an English movie.

The majority of Yoruba movies’ fans are Yoruba people. Based on this, English movies make more money because it has a wider market. But I don’t regret being a Yoruba actor.

We have many Yoruba actors who are very comfortable and Yoruba actors are better appreciated outside their environment than English actors. We get more accolades from our fans.”

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Dane Arinze

    August 19, 2018 at 7:06 AM

    I can’t take such movie role for any thing in this world
    unless if I have to fake the slap. How can I slap my father

  2. Mark Orjiabor

    August 19, 2018 at 9:23 AM

    u slapped ur day and he slapped u back
    So how does that send Buhari back to daura

  3. BIMBO

    August 19, 2018 at 2:10 PM

    mark you are very ****** what are you saying did attended school at all olodo

  4. Cyndy

    August 19, 2018 at 11:12 PM

    i can never slap my father because it is not possible. i mean he is my dad

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