Kelvin Ikeduba claims actors who play villains in Nollywood movies will perish in hell.


The movie star made a video via Instagram to speak against taking up what he termed “bad boy” roles in movies.

He said those who accept scripts that set them up to portray rape, cultism, theft, and gun shooting are doomed.

“If you’re a Nollywood actor and you’re known for action movies in Nollywood, playing bad boy, doing cults, and rapist, being a thief, and shooting guns, you’re going to hellfire,” the film star said.


“No one told me. It’s what I know. If you like, call me Mummy GO’s husband or son, I’ve said mine. Anyone who plays a bad boy in Nollywood is going to hell.”

There have been humorous talks about the afterlife in Nigeria’s social media space since Funmilayo Adebayo, a controversial evangelist also known as Mummy GO, became a viral sensation for her unorthodox moral standards.

Ikeduba, now aged 45, debuted in the Nigerian movie industry in the year 2000.


The actor was stereotyped as a “bad boy” after playing the antagonist in most of his movie features.

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