Odunlade Adekola didn’t ask me sex for role- Nike Hamza

Upcoming actress, Nike Hamza has refuted claims that popular actor Odunlade Adekola demanded sex from her in exchange for movie roles.

In a video posted on Facebook by BBC on Sunday, Hamza said she has never offered her boss or any other person sex for roles.

According to her, such a negative report is capable of ruining the character she’s just in the process of building and eventually her life.

The budding actress further pleaded with her accusers to desist from spreading false tales as such can discourage prospective students from seeking admission into OAFP and toeing the acting career path.

She said: “My name is Adenike Hamza and I’m doing this video to respond to what was posted on a blog about me dating my boss, Mr Odunlade Adekola.

“I, Adenike Hamza, I hereby debunk it. It is not true. It has never been true and it will never be true. None of it has ever happened. And none of it is happening. Mi o se ri (I’ve never done it) Mi o de ni se (and I will never do it).


“I will never offer anybody sex for role and I am not dating my boss. I repeat, I am not dating my boss Mr Odunlade Adekola. Please, do not spoil my brand, this little brand I’ve been managing to grow. The future that I’m anticipating which I don’t know how it will turn out, do not spoil it.

“A lot of people are going to believe this story, do not spoil my life. (E ma ba aye mi je). I am not dating my boss and I have never offered anybody sex for role.

“Do you know how many people are still coming to OAFP? Do you know how many people that have passed through OAFP?

“Do you know how many people that are interested in acting? Do you want to discourage them?

“It’s not nice. Just sitting somewhere and cooking up a story about someone, it’s not nice at all.”

Few days ago, Nollywood actor and movie producer, Odunlade Adekola debunked allegations he demands sex in exchange for movie roles.

In a video via his Instagram page, Odunlade challenged any actress who has been a victim to come out to the public and speak up.

“I need proof that I asked anyone for sex before giving any movie role, I just had to come out and clear this because of young ones coming to the industry,” he said.

According to the ‘Opa Kan’ star, those responsible for the rumour were trying to taint his image and bring him down.


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