Stella Damasus, a Nigerian actress, has advised women who are of the impression that going nude makes them appear more attractive to men.

The 41-year-old Nollywood star took to her Instagram page on Wednesday to admonish women that they don’t have to be “nude to be sexy”.

She added that aesthetic statements can be made without resorting to offensive racy outfits.

“I will say it again. You don’t have to be nude or vulgar in your appearance to be sexy. The way you carry yourself even in A pair of Jeans and a sweatshirt can make heads turn,” she wrote alongside a photo of herself.

“Your confidence, your smile can be sexy. Your voice can be sexy. Even your eyes alone can make you sexy. Don’t show it all or put everything out there to be called sexy. You are enough dear.”

Damasus has snagged multiple awards in her career, including the ‘Best Actress’ category at the 2007 Nigeria Entertainment Awards and the 2012 Golden Icons Academy Awards in Texas.

In June 2019, she had fanned the flames on the rape allegations against Biodun Fatoyinbo, pastor of Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA).

Damasus had claimed that her friend of 15 years confided in her on how she had once been a victim of the clergyman and how her story was suppressed.

“I’m in tears right now. I just got off the phone with someone I have known for 15 years. She had the same experience with this same pastor,” she had narrated.

“The details of her experience were so shocking. She told people around him but they suppressed it. Are people still doubting this incident?”



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