Wumi Toriola slam Yoruba movies production managers for been nonchalant to crew and cast

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    Nollywood Actress Wumi Toriola calls out Yoruba movie production managers for their nonchalant attitude towards cast and crew members.

    She took to her instagram page to pour out her heart concerning the behaviors of PM (production manger) in the Yoruba movie industry.

    She urge her colleagues not to wait for feeding allowance from PM when on a set of a Yoruba movie so they don’t develop ulcer from waiting.

    The actress who was speaking from her own experience on a movie set,  stated that it’s only her who knows how her body was feeling as she calls out a certain PM.

    She said, “Actors/Crew
    Nor dey wait for feeding allowance from production managers before you go get food or don’t wait till you finish some scenes. Get that freaking break.

    Dey will only succeed in giving your Ulcer.
    Na me know where my body dey now.

    PM on set, you do this one ooooo. A ku saaaaaa tuntun”.

    “Read with understanding.
    Only in Yoruba movie industry (nonchalant attitude towards cast and crew)”.

    Few days ago the Yoruba actress had written a message to young Nollywood producers, teaching the importance having a good work ethic.

    She had stated that young producer should be mindful of their actions while giving out orders, by respecting everyone in their duties.


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