A few weeks after popular Nigerian actor, Paul Obazele said most Nigerian filmmakers are homosexuals; filmmaker Pascal Atuma has widened the scope to include movie stars.

The director of "LAPD Africa Cops" and "Bloodlines," has said that only prostitutes and homosexuals make it in Nollywood.

Atuma said this during an interview, pointing out that actors pretend to be doing well while suffering.

"If you are not a full time or semi-prostitute, you will not make it in Nollywood.

"Our ladies are using what they have to get what they want. Even some of the guys who can use their a*s are the ones making it in Nollywood," he said.

"I am being very real here and they make it look as if they are doing well but they are not, they are suffering.

"Let’s stop deceiving the younger ones by keeping it real. We have to let the younger ones know how it is and what it is,” he added.

He went on to challenge anyone who felt he was not telling the truth to openly challenge him.

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”I am even ready to pay for the challenge. The biggest boys in the industry know that I am saying the truth. I am saying the truth and there’s nothing anyone of them can do to affect my career, they can’t employ me." He added

Reacting to Atuma's comment via Instagram, Nigerian actress and producer Ruth Kadiri said she feels insulted because she does not sell her body, but works hard.

“A lot of us work too hard to be placed into a general category and insulted by a practitioner Mr Pascal I am not a prostitute. I do not sleep with men for money or lifestyle... I feel offended.

I am an ACTRESS and a PRODUCER I am successful and I am not a prostitute. SIR. If u have nothing to say pls don’t grant interviews... slamming us all and generalizing based on the lifestyle of few is very wrong.” She said.