Popular Nigerian adult film star AfroCandy 14-years on pays tribute to her close associate and dead Nollywood legend J.T Tom West, while also claiming that J.T West was shot and killed on set and didn’t die in a car accident as popularly publicised.
J.T Tom West starred in many Nollywood movies some of which includes “State of Emergency” and “Gangster Paradise,”
J.T Tom West was a young, handsome and talented actor who had created a name for himself in the movie industry as far back as the early 2000s, most especially for his action roles in Nollywood films. His acting career was tragically cut short back in 2006 September 28, when he died in a car accident.
However, AfroCandy claims different saying the car accident was just a cover-up story and rather Tom West was killed and never got justice for his untimely death.
“Before I became #AfroCandy I was a Regular Nollywood Actress…..Awww JT TomWest gone but never forgotten! I did this movie ‘Ghetto Crime’ with him before I Migrated to the United States, I also Executively Produced this movie but Never got that Credit, this scratched up Tape was given to me by the other producer when I visited in 2014 😩 So I remember the day he died my boy called me from Nigeria to tell me there was an accident on set he was shot with a Loaded gun by mistake but they alleged that he had a car crash to cover up the Set accident, very sad Nigeria has no Justice but someone’s got to pay for their sins! Keep Resting JT ❤️”
It was recalled that it was reported that JT Tom West’s unfortunate incident happened when the actor alongside two of his colleagues was returning from a location after shooting late into the night.
The movie which never saw the light of the day, was a collaboration between Michael Ofuonye and Teddy Sir Moris.
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