Beautiful Nollywood actress, Damilola Adegbite has taken to her verified Instagram page to remind her fans and followers that no human being is perfect.
The light skinned actress who has been flaunting her sexy body lately on social media stated that there are days she looks like a ‘ pregnant goat’ yet she didn’t give up on life. Adding that in life no one is perfect, even our favourite top celebrities.
Sharing the photo below, Ms Adegbite wrote, “This picture was taken a few years ago. It didn’t make it to the gram because at the time, I had been eating like a pregnant goat and was slowly trying to exercise again. So when I saw this picture and my stomach, I was like “”Nah, this one isn’t going up”. (We all have those pictures don’t make it )
Yesterday, someone said to me that I look so perfect. I took a minute to reflect on that.
NO human being is perfect. Even our favorite Hollywood celebrities. It’s all angles and edits. It’s the people closest to them who know the truth. I have heard some women whose mid sections have been stretched by the amazing process of motherhood, comparing their bodies to 19 year olds. How?!
Be happy and healthy. Let go of the unrealistic expectations. Focus on being a better person every day and be your own kind of beautiful.”
Kemi Filani News recalls that sometime ago, Damilola Adegbite took a swipe at men who think they are the only ones who have the urge to cheat on their partners with the notion that ‘variety is the spice of life’
Via her Instagram page, Ms Adegbite wrote , “I find it funny when I hear some men say “Variety is the spice of life, a man cannot be eating the same soup everyday”. So you think women like to eat the same soup everyday? Being unfaithful to your partner is a choice. Beat your full chest and make it if you decide to, but stop making excuses. Whether you are male or female, promiscuity is a fruit of a lack of self control and self discipline, with a twist of ojukokoro (Greed). Period.”
Adegbite was once married to popular Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh, sadly the marriage who produced a child didn’t last the test of time.