How A Blog’s Post Damaged My Self-Esteem – Beverly Naya

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Beverly Naya, a popular Nollywood actress, has revealed an awful encounter she had with a blog post.

According to her, her the false claim by the post against her almost ended her acting career.

She claimed the post affected her self-esteem, prompting her to consider if continuing her job as an actor was worthwhile.

During a recent interview with Chude Jideonwo, the actress said that the blog constantly published unfavorable news about her.

The 34-year-old actress said it seemed like a personal attack because she had previously been bullied.

She questioned why she was consistently singled out for criticism on the site.

In her words:

“It really got to me and it damaged my self esteem and it made me doubt myself like I really don’t feel like I want to continue in this industry, I wanted to quit on several occasions”


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She stated that it completely devastated her, making her doubt her acting talent in the entertainment world, prompting her to almost abandon her acting profession multiple times.

Recounting the occurrence, Beverly referenced a blog article titled “Nollywood, Can We Please Stop Making Beverly Naya Happen!” She became emotionally downcast.

The actress went on to say that she felt insignificant since her efforts in films appeared to be a waste.
In other news, Ayoola Ayolola, a Nollywood actor and SGIT series star has spoken about why he chose to pursue a career in acting.

Ayoola spoke in an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo.

Ayolola recounted how he became the actor that his followers knew him to be, claiming that he had always known he could act.

According to him, he knew he had acting skills but didn’t pursue it until he was bankrupt and unable to feed himself.

He said:

“I always knew I could act. I had this mentality that as a stage performer, I was acting as well. I always knew that no matter what happened before going on stage, I would go there and I would deliver. The fact that I was doing that gave me the courage to try acting. But the decision didn’t come until I was so broke and so hungry.”

Not hungry for success o, I was physically hungry for days and I couldn’t afford things,” he said. “I was borrowing from here to pay for this and borrowing from there to pay for that.

It was a mess. I had my car that I had won and the leverage and whatever but liquid cash I didn’t have. I wasn’t smart enough at the time to convert the things I had at the time into sustainability financially. So I was bored, broke, and hungry,” he told Chude.

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