Singer David, speaks on his Nollywood debut, considering acting as a career, premiere date for movie, blowing up a car in the movie, and more.
Nigerian singer Davido recently made his Nollywood debut in the movie 'John Zerebe.'
While the movie is yet to premiere, the singer has revealed that he has no plans of pursing acting as a career.
The singer revealed this during a press conference which held on Saturday, October 24, 2015, and was also attended by his cousin and producer of the movie, Ikey Ojoegwu.
When asked if he would consider acting as a career, Davido said "Never. I think if it weren't for him (pointed at cousin and producer of movie), I would never do it. But I had fun doing it."
Thanking Davido for his contribution to movie, Ojoegwu said "Thanks to my cousin OBO for his support and everything."
"It was a very hectic process getting the cast, equipments and every other thing." Took us a while to actually finish it. People thought it wasn't going to happen."
On the premiere date, the producer said "I intend to premiere it this December. Hopefully in Nigeria, and Ghana as well."
Ojoegwu also spoke on blowing up a car in one of the scenes. "Let's just say we blew up a car," he said. "We are in 2015, anything can happen," Davido added.
'John Zerebe' stars Gloria Young, Ikey Ojeogwu, Kanfui Danku, Emma Blaq, Mimi Orjiekwe among others.
Produced by Ojeogwu, the movie is directed by Odiba Alfred.
'John Zerebe' revolves around the son of a modest middle income pentecostal pastors. John is a smart and daring young man, whose desires in life are a sharp contrast to the doctrines preached by his father from the pulpit every Sunday.
John's wanton lust for wealth and material abundance forms the pivot upon which this drama unfolds.
To reach his goal, John joins a drug trafficking syndicate while at the University. The pursuit of his dreams and the various interplays of fate, chance and choice create interesting intrigues, conflicts and suspense, including an international crackdown on crime.
Watch interview below;