Nollywood actor, Sylvester Madu, who was caught on camera selling second-hand clothes, popularly called okrika in an Enugu market, has cautioned his critics to keep off his choice of income.
The actor went live on his tik tok handle and proudly showed off his business empire alongside other traders.
He said he started business and hustling 13 years to fend for his family and himself.
A video of the actor selling second-hand goods to his customers had captured the attention of a lot of Nigerians who showed concern about his choice of earning a living.
Netizens reacted to his response;
@brownskin_gift: “Bro is trying to make money, and you’re making this video, for what to happen na? Abeg leave him to make his money. Man has to eat. Whether he was an actor or a BBNaija housemate. Let them be. They are human beings.”
@organicoilplus: “It could be a movie, even if it is real, please, what is wrong with selling, why try to bring him for public ridicule?”
@oingebuka: “Be like na only female actors dey make am for that industry.”
@deewhowrites: “Please allow him to do his business in peace. God bless his hustle.”
@disexy: “Men suffer the most in Nollywood, but the women are always successful because of Runz. May God bless his hustle.”
@iam_cataliya: “A man who makes other means of income is king.”
@dumebi_odogwu: “I think he is dashing out those clothes.”
@hairbalist.ng: “I stand for a man who is never ashamed to do what he has to do to make legit money to take care of his responsibilities.”
Sylvester Madu is a veteran nollywood actor, director, model, producer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, filmmaker, and pastor, who is known for playing roles like Rambo, and James Bond in movies.
Story: Christy Dung