Ace Nollywood actress and singer Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has sparked reactions with some personal revelations about her childhood that she made during an interview with Chude Jidenwo.
During a recent interview, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde made some emotional revelations about her upbringing. She said that after losing her, she became almost emotionless and was on the verge of turning to prostitution in order to survive. Omotola also said that she had to learn how to be emotionless after losing her father when she was 12 because life and its challenges came to her quickly and at such a young age.
Omotola mentioned in the interview that her father passed away when she was 12 years old.
She added that she was attending boarding school in Kaduna at the time of the tragic incident. Omotola added that she almost let death ruin her life.
The thespian shared during the conversation how she had to learn how to be emotionless and has never cried for anything again in her life since after her dad died.
See some reactions culled below:
@Ladi Abin: “This really hit home for me because this is the exact way I found out my Dad died and I haven’t been the same since.”
@Judith Isiuwa Asoro: “See how she dressed gorgeously and decently. I will always respect women like this!!!!”
@Manu Njoh: “Omg this story is identical to mine.Of how I lost my Dad. This is SO CRAZY. I was in boarding house too.”
@Ranita Med: “I can relate so much to this, remember I had lectured the next morning after I lost my dad. I doubt I can ever heal from that.”
@Common Sense Sisters: “OMG we are so sorry you lost your dad at a very young age. May his soul continue to Rest In Peace. Thank you our legendary Omotola for sharing your story❤.”
@Ene Shado: “I have the same bond with my dad! I always pray for God to keep him for me because I can’t even live without him.”
@oyinade84: “The part she is talking about her dad reminds me of when my dad passed when I was 10yrs. This was so similar scenario, we were on vacation in Ibadan. Had to cut it short to Lagos only to find out daddy passed from a heart attack. I hate to recall that day & moment.”