Are Models Really Prostitutes? Find out



The Modeling Industry has been given the impression of models being s sexual Attributes to both Male and Female Models. By definition, A model (from Middle French modelle) is a person with a role either to promote, display, or advertise commercial products (notably fashion clothing) or to serve as a visual aide for people who are creating works of art or to pose for photography. From this definition, it means they are professional who happily do what they do and represent the brand and services that they are paid for. So the Answer is ITS NOT TRUE.

WHO SHOULD KNOW? I think parents are the first to know because of the general impression about modeling, they tend to look at the industry with a negative eye and it affects the performance of most models especially in Abuja, Nigeria and Africa. Every child has a gift, if your child chose modeling as his or her gift as so they should be given the support unnecessary. In-terms of services, companies and brand owners should also know that the models leave on the token they receive from what they do and should be paid in accordance, not to pay pin-not and letter want to exploit them because they need the job.

IS MODELING A TALENT? Today, in the world of modeling , you have to be a brand. It’s time for you to take a lesson that’s true for any MODEL who’s interested in what it takes to stand out and prosper in the new world of modeling. The good news is that every Model has a chance to stand out. Every Model has a chance to learn, improve, and build up their skills. Every Model has Talent to do something worthy of remark. A talented person is not a hungry person. Because of these question “ Are models really prostitute? We had to come up with MODELS GOT TALENT AFRICA. To encourage models to shown all the talk and embark on talent development that will earn them additional money to support their modeling career.

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Watch out for the continuation of the topic. As all Abuja Modeling Agencies will be coordinated to create the awareness that will educate the general public on the so call negative question.

Story Written by

SAMAILA VANGAWA , The Founder of Models got talent Africa.



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  1. Chengetai Nyandoro

    January 11, 2017 at 2:08 am

    I believe a model is not a prostitute, given the opportunity to advertise something or stand for something does not necessarily mean you are dvertising your body for sex then get paid for it. Modelling is a profession just like any other. The fact that the modelling industry is not really appreciated i certain countries makes the models look hungry and wanting yet they will only be trying to make themselves visible since noone will be willing to appreciate their talent and the difference they can bring to the nation, a model can bring awareness with greater impact the world just has to appreciate the art, the creativity, intelligence and confidence in these models.

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