Nollywood actress, scriptwriter and producer, Amara Maduka, has discovered another means to channel her inner strength and beauty by being a nudist.
In this interview, she reveals what drove her into creating adult content, her family reactions to it as well as biggest mistake she ever made. Enjoy it.
Tell us about growing up. Where did you spend your formative years?
Growing up was fun and interesting. I was always artistic as a child. I would draw and paint cartoons all over my room and my father encouraged me always to keep finding my art. I was born in Aba. I had my primary school there and afterwards I went to Port Harcourt for my secondary and tertiary education.
What was it like growing up in Aba?
Growing up in Aba was fun and scary at the same time. I was a fat kid and I got bullied a lot both in school and in the streets. It wasn’t a good feeling then, but now I remember them and just laugh.
Can you say you were born with a silver spoon?
Yes, I was born with a silver spoon. I come from the type of family where you lacked nothing as a child.
What was the best gift you received as a child?
That would be my first phone. I was in SS1 then, and even though phones were contraband, my dad got me a Samsung flip. It was the best gift any child would dream of then.
Now that you have embraced nudity, are you not worried about your future kids seeing your naked images in different places?
I won’t bring up my kids with the basic myopic mindset. They will see and understand life at a deeper level. Besides, I don’t live in the future, it isn’t promised. The present is all I have and I make the most of it.
What drove your passion into adult content?
That would be my mindset. I don’t like seeing everyone doing the same thing. If I see too much of something, I would want to change it. Adult content is a niche almost everyone is shying away from, because people are scared of daring. But it is art, nonetheless. A lot of people would create adult content if they have the courage to just do what they really want fearlessly. But they are scared of what people would say and all that, but it’s their loss. I think people should embrace their demons more, because if you keep denying your soul freedom of expression, you’re just existing and not living.
What is the opinion of your family on your being a nudist?
My family understands that I’m an adult and I have a mind of my own. They have given me the necessary equipment to take on life and it’s all up to me how I choose to lead life now. They know where I’m coming from and they support my art full time.
Source: Daily Sun
Original publication 6 December, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 21st December 2020
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