Fans of veteran Nigerian actress, Patience Ozokwor, have spoken up on how they felt as children when they watched the actress scenes in her roles in movies, aso Naija reports.
Fondly referred to as Mama G, during the early days of her career, the legendary actress was known to act the roles of a wicked mother-in-law, stepmother or witch; and she always portrayed the role impeccably.
In an Instagram post, the question, “The movie that traumatised me as a child was…?” was asked; and a user of the platform simply stated that every movie the ace actress feature in traumatised her.
This made the actress apologise to her fans for the roles she played in her past projects. She wrote via her verified Instagram page, “My people, is it time to apologise? I am sorry, in fact, I am totally flabbergasted.”
In a twist of event, after her post, more fans told the actress that she need not apologise. They said although her movie roles scared them as children, as adults, they understand the message she was passing across.
An Instagram user, Violetmuwanguzi, said that as a young child, she believed the actress was truly a wicked person in reality.
She wrote, “Your Movie Roles Traumatised Us As Kids”, Fan Tells Patience Ozokwor To Apologize
Another fan of the veteran actress, Luchy4real, commented, “For real mama, most of your movies had some of us traumatised.”
Stating that he loves the actress for her past works, an Instagram user, Gonifiedbro, told the actress not to apologise as he loves her the way she is.
He wrote, “Mama G, no apologise o. We love you like that.”(sic)
Similarly, Itsbabyjosh, via her Instagram handle, noted that Mama G’s role in movies made it worthwhile to watch.
She said, “No apologies needed ma. That was what gave those movies life. No matter the matter, once your face shows up, we would just watch because we knew it was going to be fire for fire from start to finish and you always end up confessing.”
Responding to the comments of her teeming fans, the iconic thespian thanked her fans for their support throughout her career.