Nollywood has been justly described as a haven of damsels; damsels of different cuts, shapes, styles and attitudes. All come brandishing what they call their ‘selling points’. This phrase may seem out of place to some, but in Nollywood, it aptly describes what mother nature has blessed you with to rub in the faces of the opposite sex, to get their hormones in quandary.
For Princess Agunobi, fondly called Nollywood Jolie, by friends, her ‘selling point’ is as obvious as sunshine in the night. It is actually impossible to look at her without finding your eyes straying to her gluteaus maximus region – excuse my language, I mean her butt. There is hardly a picture of her without the butt getting in the way.
She’s got one to be proud of, and rightly, with the bragging right to rub it in our faces. She rarely lets her fans off the hook and she brandishes it ceaselessly on her social media platforms, usually with a smug caption ‘ Her Beautylency’.
Her journey into Nollywood started two and a half years ago, and to prove there’s more to her than the captivating butt, she has kept busy. Her most popular films include ‘Blood is money’, Igene, ‘Vanity’, ‘Ghetto Babes’, ‘Ten commandments of the devil’, ‘Eagle eye’, and ‘Sisters of Delilah’ to mention a few. When asked if she had ever encountered what is called sexual harassment in the industry, knowing by her God-given gift, she would be a soft target for those randy directors and producers.
“Se xual harassment is everywhere”, she told me smugly. With further probing she owned up she has had her own share of the experience. “I have been on a movie set before and my script was swapped with another girl because I refused to get down with the producer”, she said.