Evangelist warns about entertainment industry, calls it prostitution

Evangelist warns about entertainment industry, calls it prostitution

- An evangelist has claimed that a large percentage of women in the music and movie industry are prostitutes

- The evangelist identified as Victor Edet warned parents not to encourage their children to get involved in the entertainment industry

- Edet claimed that any parent encouraging it, is encouraging his or her daughter to go into prostitution

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An evangelist identified as Victor Edet has made some claims about women in the entertainment industry. The evangelist claimed that 85 percent of women in the industry are turned to prostitution.

The evangelist, who made the claims on Facebook, also warned parents not to encourage their daughters to go into the music or movie industry.

According to him, to do this as a parent means the person is encouraging his or her daughter to go into prostitution.

Evangelist warns parents

Evangelist warns parents to stop their girls from doing entertainment, claims it is prostitution Source: Victor Edet
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On his Facebook post, Edet backed up his claims by saying that male actors who have played over fifty roles in movies do not have money to buy a bicycle, but a female actor will do just ten movies and build houses.

Edet further stated that eighty-five percent of women in the music and movie industry are into prostitution.

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that a popular actress, Tracey Boakye, claimed that any woman who is not married, but sleeps with men, must be called a prostitute.

She said prostitutes are not just those who stand by the street only but others who have affairs indoors while still unmarried.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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