Tracy and Treasure Daniels also spoke on the ongoing AGN crisis and the mindset that the Actors Guild of Nigeria should support actors financially.
"AGN has been quite supportive, because most actors don't know their rights. They don't know that AGN as a body should protect them.
"So for us as young girls, being ambitious girls, sometimes there are some things you want to do and won't know the implications. But AGN has always been there as a body to protect us."
On the ongoing AGN drama, they said "every guild, union and organization always have their own fight. I don't know why our own always gets to everybody's nose. We can handle our thing."
Speaking on actors expecting AGN to sponsor their careers, they said "I am not really expecting Actors Guild of Nigeria to sponsor my career. As a matter of fact, we should be the ones to put something together in the purse, and start a project."
"Other people out there waiting and saying "I belong to the Actors Guild of Nigeria, so they should come and sponsor my career," please I am not sure that mindset is correct."
Their recent movie "Unknown Caller" premiered on July 17, 2016 at the Silverbird cinemas, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.