Angry at the rate at which Nigerian movies are being illegally uploaded by some individuals on their websites for their followers to watch, the actress made it known that they divert the revenue meant to have been generated by film owners.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, Uche Jumbo expressed her pain over this act and warned those involved to desist from it to avoid the wrath of God.
She wrote: “Let’s discuss nollywood illegal uploads please which is not just a sin against the filmmakers but sin against God. Are you kidding me? Do you know what WE go through?
“Had an interesting chat with some people who uploaded my film DAMAGE illegally on their site, the sense of entitlement to that ‘you never make money reach feeling ? to calling me an imposter on their little WhatsApp group…got me thinking of how we can ALL do better this 2019
“Because the thunder that will fire you if you are in this digital age illegal upload of someone creative work and sweat is doing press up
“This industry is taxed heavily already???? God any person or group that will not let us reap the benefits of our Labour. Holy ghostttttttt fireeeeeeeeeee!”