Pastor Oreoluwa, a clergyman on Twitter, has criticized Netflix’s recently released blockbuster, Blood Sisters.
Mo Abudu, a media mogul, released her long-awaited film, ‘Blood Sisters,’ a few days ago, and it trended globally, capturing the attention of many who described it as an outstanding piece.
However, Pastor Oreoluwa, who identifies as a Redeemed Christian Church of God Minister, has taken to Twitter to criticize the film for its nudity scene.
Pastor Oreoluwa stated that the nudity scene involving actress Kehinde Bankole and actor Gabriel Afolayan was unnecessary because if such scenes are eventually accepted in Nollywood, it will result in a full-fledged LGBTQ+ in Nigeria’s entertainment industry.
“The nudity in blood sisters wasn’t needed. It’s never needed. We are gradually accepting it, before long,it becomes the norm in Nollywood. Entertainment can be entertaining and informative without nudity.
“The acting was good though. That new lady, the temeyin actress was the breakout star.
“Hollywood started nudity this way, now they’ve gone full blown LGBTQ+, if we accept this as a norm, don’t be surprised when our movie industry joins the clamour for it.”.