‘I’m first video vixen in Nigeria’ – Beverly Osu
Beverly Osu, a Nollywood actress, asserts that she was the first person in Nigeria to be referred to as a "video vixen. "
When Beverly adopted the moniker "video vixen," many objected, according to Beverly, who appeared in the music video for Ice Prince's 2011 hit song, "Oleku."
In the most recent episode of the Tea With Tay podcast, which is hosted by actor Temisan Emmanuel Ahwieh, aka Taymesan, the thespian revealed this.
She said, “I was literally the first person to call myself a video vixen [in Nigeria]. Yeah, proudly. People hated it but I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m a video vixen.’ And they were like, ‘Video vixens are... You don’t say that. Say you’re a model.’
“I was like, ‘No, I’m a model, but I’m a video vixen.”
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