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Krissyjoh Chris

By Tobi Adebayo

Krissyjoh Chris, a Lagos based Nollywood Film Producer and African adult movie star, in an interview with AN24, said that Nigeria is not fully civilised when it comes to adult film making.

The former street vendor insists there is nothing like full nudity in Nollywood as regulators would not allow such movie see the light of day.

Tell us about yourself

My name is Christian John, popularly known as Krissyjoh. I am a Nollywood film producer and African adult movie star currently based in Pretoria, South Africa and Lagos, Nigeria. I am a native of Abak Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom state.

I have produced movies like Amaka Disappoint Me, Balanced Sin, One By One, Trust No One, The Next 7 Minutes, Ghetto Virgins, Dangerous Consequence, The Prey, and many others.

I have also worked with popular Nollywood Movie Stars, the likes of Emmanuel Totolos also known as Labista, Natty Bruce, Chinwetalu Agu, Joyce Kalu, Prince Nwafor, Ernest Obi, Shan George, Destiny Etiko, Rubby Ojiakor, Fred Ebere (Ten Kobo), Phillip Okoro, Dike Osinachi (Apama), Harry B, Chris Bassey and many others.

I hold a Bachelor of Film Arts from the Open Window Institute, Centurion, South Africa. I started film making after spending much money but achieved nothing from my first music album titled No Vex in 2009.

I recently signed a production contract in France with a popular film company Marc Dorcel TV, Paris, France where I function as a content producer.

Krissyjoh Chris

What’s your take on Nigerians’ view on nudity and sex scenes in Nollywood?

Actually, pornography is not our culture but currently, the porn culture in Nigeria is growing. There are so many porn producers and pornstars in the country creating online contents to earn a living. Nigeria is one of the countries that has the highest online porn views.

So many people criticise nudity in Nollywood but same people can’t stay without watching porn. Nigeria is full of hypocrites. Porn is not actually made for everyone. It is for adults and that is why it is called adult film.

I think in real Nollywood movies, there’s nothing like full nudity because of the censors board. Nollywood sex scenes is different from Nollyporn settings.

Nollywood sex scenes, which producers try to explicitly portray, always happen beneath the blanket. You get to hear some crazy moans and after 1 or 2 minutes, the act is over.
That kind of movie can be viewed by everyone not only adults, and there is nothing to criticise there.

You produced a movie where the entire female cast were bare-chested. What inspired that?

That was just an ancient story, there were nothing like sex scenes.

I was just trying to portray the ancient culture where women walked around villages, bare-chested without men being attracted. It’s just like how it was in some kingdoms in South Africa back in the days.

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What’s your take on the “Asaba actors” and “Cinema actors” tags?

Asaba actors and cinema actors? It’s not funny though. I used to get angry whenever I hear that “Cinema Face” tag. To me, any actor anywhere, who is good at what they do, can appear in any movie, whether they are in Asaba, Lagos, Enugu etc…

What do you think about regulators and their response to your movies?

Regulators have nothing to do about my adult film because I don’t sell hard copies (DVDs). I only upload them online, specifically on my website, nollyporn.com, which is hosted in California, USA.

If I produce an adult film to sell on DVD, I will lose because the censors board will not approve it and besides, no marketer will agree to distribute it. Only online porn is fully and legally accessed in Nigeria.

Currently, piracy is not really affecting the producers again because they are not relying on one distribution source, which is the marketer. Producers are now making money from DSTV, YouTube, Cinemas etc.

Some marketers are the pirates. For instance, I will mass produce 10,000 copies of film for you to sell, you will secretly go and mass produce 5k copies and sell without my knowledge.

How do you personally see sexism within the social value of the country?

I can’t talk about sexism for now since it doesn’t affect my ministry. Sexism is everywhere, not only in Nigeria. It affects the girls most. Sex discrimination is normal!

Is there an association of adult film makers in Nigeria?

No. Only in South Africa. Maybe with time, there’ll be one.

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