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Lupita Nyong’o shows us what gets her to talk about politics

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Lupita Nyong’o is not opposed to the discussion of politics, but it is a subject that they are light, and the actress said in a new interview.

In the February issue of British Vogue, on stands later this week, the 36-year-old said revealed what is, for her to open up when it comes to politics, a subject that is in the exhaust pipe, the writer said, was “filled with despair” at the interview.

“I’ll take it for the things that I have to take care of it,” the “12 Years a Slave” actress told the magazine. “There’s a lot going on in this world, and many of the causes that are noble. But I don’t feel it’s most useful when I am in a personal relationship. The urge to have something to say to you.”

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Also, Nyong’o told the outlet they are uncertain about what roles to take, in spite of the fact that they are not to be swayed by a paycheck.

“I don’t have the performance of a number of zeros attached to the project,” Nyong’o told the outlet. I’m tempted by the possibility of shifting a story to tell. It is very tempting to me, and to the social and cultural impact.”

The actress, whose performance in “12 Years a Slave” scored the Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 2014, is also described shooting as a “period of time” and, sometimes, lonely job.

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“Everybody, when they’re done with their day’s work, wants to go home to their families, that makes a lot of sense. If you don’t, that it’s very isolating.”

Nyong’o has been outspoken about the personal issues in the past. By 2017, the multi-award-winning actress bravely spoke out about her experience with sexual harassment by disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, in a long op-ed in The New York Times.

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Nyong’o claimed they turned down the disgraced producer’s sexual advances on two separate occasions — once at his Connecticut home, where he asked for a massage, and then a second time for lunch, where he called on the two retreat to a private room.

In 2017, when the actress beamed Grazia magazine, UK, for the change of her hair on the cover.

She is next set to produce and star in an adaptation of “Americanah,” a novel written by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, according to British Vogue.

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