Nollywood twin actresses say it’s no big deal if actresses sleep their way to the top

Nollywood twin actresses Tracy and Treasure Daniels said it’s no big deal if actresses sleep their way to the top in the industry.

They believe people should do what’s best for them and their careers. In a recent interview with, they said that:

“Everything is possible and nothing is new or news. There are fair and foul means of achieving every set goals and each one comes with a price.”

They stated that “life is about choices and people are free to choose the one they can deal with. No one is better than another, so we don’t pay that any attention. We just follow the path we choose for ourselves; steady and focused till we get there.”

Nollywood twin actresses Tracy and Treasure Daniels

According to this fair skinned actresses who are identical, what stands them out from their contemporaries is that they are identical twins who are pursuing the same career.

Some of the childhood experiences that made Tracy and Treasure Daniels cry was when anybody attempted to separate them or if one of them was traveling without the other.

When that happens, they would cry or take ill until they are reunited again or allowed to go on the trip go together. Also, anytime their dad was traveling back to his pastoral work, they would cry and fall sick as well. That’s how much they cherish their father.

The Nollywood twins would love to change the way they were brought up because growing up, their parents were like missionaries.

They were always going on transfer or traveling from one state to another and that affected their stability as children.

They couldn’t concentrate in one school and they were always the new kids and also missed their friends.

They said emphatically that If they had their way, they wouldn’t have accepted that kind of life as children.

But right now, they are basking in the euphoria of producing their own movie titled “Unknown Caller.”


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