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Bimbo Ademoye speaks out on her absence from the spotlight

Nollywood actress, Bimbo Ademoye is back on the gram.

The actress who took a few days off following the killings in Owo, Ondo State has returned to social media to announce her latest project.

Bimbo thanked all who checked up during her absence as she assured them that she is doing better.

“Read that! Then swipe. Super excited to let y’all know that “breaded life” is now showing on @naijaonnetflix @netflix. I’ve been wanting y’all to see this masterpiece. And for those of you who started watching from 12 midnight. I hail o. Y’all love me like a spoilt little baby…pls do share your thoughts and criticisms, they’re more than welcome. Thank you. P.S thanks to everyone who kept checking on me. I’m very much ok I just wanted my last post to linger, with no distractions at all, as that’s my own way of creating awareness and demanding justice for Ondo massacre. Hopefully we get the justice we seek in this crazy country. Shout out to all the brands I represent, thank you for understanding my not posting your products as agreed. God bless you all”.

Kemi Filani news recalls Bimbo Ademoye had opened up on how growing up in the hood almost finished her.

The actress revealed that she grew up thinking American stars, Celine Dion, Angelina jolie and Akon were Nigerians.

According to her, someone else had brainwashed her that these power stars were Nigerians and their names were just a ‘tush form’ of their Nigerian names.

She wrote on her Instagram story, “Growing up in the hood nearly finished my life. I was brainwashed into thinking Akon, Celine Dion and Angelina Jolie were Nigerians. Boda femi told me akon was akanni muftau, Celine Dion is Calabar and her real name was Celina Odion, Angelina Jolie was angelica jubril. Boda femi with all due respect, ori yin o da egbon”.

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