Shan George blows hot, reveals why nobody should call her to contribute money for her sick colleagues (Video)

Veteran Nigerian film actress, Shan George, took to Instagram to issue a stern warning to her colleagues in Nollywood who solicit financial contributions for the welfare of others.

She expressed frustration, stating that her colleagues never consider her when they land well-paying acting roles, denying her even minor jobs like “waka pass” to make some money for herself and her children. However, when it comes to seeking donations, her phone gets inundated with pleas.

Shan George revealed waking up to being added to 15 WhatsApp groups requesting monetary contributions for fellow colleagues, most of whom never offered her job opportunities. She firmly warned against being added to such groups again, emphasizing that during her challenging times, nobody extended similar care.

This incident follows a trend in Nollywood where celebrities gather donations for ailing actors, such as John Okafor (Mr Ibu) and Amaechi Muonagor, who have sought assistance.

Watch her speak below;

Gistlover recalls Nollywood veteran actor, John Ikechukwu Okafor, popularly known as Mr Ibu and his family took to social media to appeal to well-meaning Nigerians and Non-Nigerians for help amid this trying time of his.

The actor who spoke from a hospital bed called for financial support and prayers.

He noted that the doctor recently said the last option (if other means of tackling his medical issue prove ineffective) would be to cut off his leg.