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“No One Will Fight To Win If They Do Not Believe Victory Is Possible” – Nollywood Actress, Sharon Ifedi

by Chukwunwike Ezegbu
No One Will Fight To Win Sharon Ifedi - Nollywood Celebs

Sharon Ifedi might be young but she is gradually acquiring wisdom. The popular Nollywood actress is a source of inspiration to many already especially those who are in a steady battle to become successful in life.

The actress who will be celebrating her 19th birthday next month, stated clearly in a recent post that people continue to push towards any given goal in life because they believe that it is possible for them to achieve it (success).

In her own words;

“No one will fight to win if they do not believe victory is possible.”

Although I Have Been Fortunate To Play “Really Strong And Amazing Roles”, My British Accent Was A Hindrance To Me — Beverly Naya

Beverly Naya British Accent Hindered Her Career
PHOTO CREDIT: BEVERLY NAYA – INSTAGRAM

In a recent interview with Chude Jideonwo, Nigerian actress, Beverly Naya, disclosed that her British accent was a hinderance to her movie career as people around her felt intimidated.

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The actress who started as a 17-year-old said;

Beverly Naya who started acting at age 17 disclosed that her accent did not play any vital role in paving a way for her in Nollywood movie production.

“I wish! No, it wasn’t. If anything, it has been a hindrance. A hindrance in the sense that it limits you as far as roles go.

“But then outside of that cuz that’s not even the main thing for me because I’ve been fortunate enough to play really strong and amazing roles.

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“The main thing is it intimidates people sometimes. I think now, no, because people in my industry are very much used to my accent.

But in my earlier years, yeah. People found it intimidating and they were for whatever reason threatened by it and felt like I automatically just by default felt like I was better than other people because I had a very different orientation. And that was really really hard for me.

“So till now, I have had an alter ego and that alter ego is very razz. And do you know why that is? It’s because in my early years in the industry, I needed to have one because that was the only way people would just realize that I’m cool, that I’m chilled. That I could be playful. Because then they would realize, “no she’s not like that”.

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“So I tried to drop it for years because that alter ego is hella razz. It’s because of that, but now it’s because of part of me. Because in my early years, I just wanted people to like me. But now it’s just me.”

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