The Kannywood Guild of Artistes has responded to the viral nude video of indigenous Hausa movie actress, Maryam Booth
We announced that the spilled video which made rounds on social media showed Booth naked and trying to put on her underwear.
However, responding, the Hausa entertainer promised to make legitimate move against the person behind the release, even as she affirmed that her ex was mindful and had threatened on numerous events in regards to the naked video.
Responding to the viral video, the chairman, Kannywood Guild of Artistes, Alhassan Kwalle said Booth won’t be banned from the movie industry over her leaked nude video.
Giving the reason for his decision, Kwalle said the leaked video was not released intentionally by the actress as a pornographic material but it was released by someone trying to blackmail the actress.
Kwalle focused on that the actress cannot be made to take the fall for what is not her fault, adding that they are presently investigating two suspects for releasing the video.
“Everybody realizes that the video showing Maryam Booth was mischievously taken to blackmail her, not that she was doing a film or sort.
“She attempted to make a move about it immediately but the guy that did it acted as if he had deleted the video and for over three years he has been using that to extort money from her under threat that he will release the video until he eventually released it on Friday.
“As of late, he called and said he needs to take his mom to the clinic and that she should give him cash she refused; that was why he decided to release the nude video,” Kwalle told Daily Trust in a phone interview.