Prominent Kannywood actress Rahama Sadau, who was recently banished from the Hausa Movie Industry for featuring in a romantic musical video, has finally reacted to her expulsion.
On Sunday, the Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (MOPPAN) had expelled her from the Hausa Movie Industry following her role in a romantic musical video by Jos born singer, ClassiQ – where she appeared in series of visuals hugging and cuddling the music artist.
……straight to the fans and friends!!! Thanks for your unwavering support. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 pic.twitter.com/ikwrk0w6yh
— Rahama Sadau (@Rahma_sadau) October 4, 2016
However, the embattled actress today took to her Twitter account to react.
Part of her statement reads:
“It was a job and I was carrying out my role in my profession as I would in any other production.”
“To those that I have offended in any way, shape or form and who I have caused any anxiety by featuring in the said music video, I sincerely apologise.
“The outcome of the events that have taken place has come as a surprise to us all. I may have fallen short of some people’s expectations, but it was never my intentions. I make no excuses for my actions and I take full responsibility.
“I implore us all to be more tolerant and forgiving towards one another and to cease all the senseless abuse, name calling and back biting. This achieves nothing other than to cause a huge divide among us.”