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Aisat Iyabode Asamu

17 Oct 2020
From being camera-shy to being camera-high was surprisingly the story of Aisat Iyabode Asamu aka Aishy. The US-based Nigerian actress, producer and hairstylist, who revealed she was camera-shy at the onset of her acting career, recounted her feeling of inadequacy. “Sincerely, it wasn’t really easy at the beginning because I used to be camera-shy. I…

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