Popular Nollywood actress, Adesua Etomi, has taken to social media to celebrate her son, Zaiah, who turns 2 today, January 25th.
Taking to Twitter, the mother-of-one noted that being Zaiah’s mother is the best thing in the world. She described him as her sunshine, sweet face, smart and happy baby.
“My baby is 2 todayyyyy!!!
My baby is 2 todayyyyy!!! 🥳🥳🥳🥳The sunshine of my life, my sweet face, my honey bunny, my smart boy, my happy baby. Being his mama is the best thing in the entire universeeeee. Love him soooo much. 😍😍😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
— Adesua Etomi-Wellington (@AdesuaEtomiW) January 25, 2023
Why Female Actors Are Doing Better Than Male Actors
Nigerian actress, Anita Joseph, has revealed why female Nollywood stars seem to be more successful than their male counterparts.
Actor Kunle Remi, in a recent interview with OAP Nedu, wondered what his female peers do differently when asked why actresses seem to be more successful than men.
Kunle Remi noted that there are times when he drives to a film location as a lead character and his female colleagues pull up in more expensive cars.
In his opinion, it’s surprising because he knows how much he was paid for the film and also has an idea of how much actresses are being paid for supporting roles.
“How come the girls seem to be doing better than the men? That is a very valid question. I get to set, I probably drive my normal moderate car then you see your co-actress pull up. Not just pull up o, PULL UP. You start looking at it like, I’m the lead actor right?
“I probably know the budget of the whole film we are doing. I know how much I was paid; I have an idea of how much you were paid. I’m sweating here and you pull up in a nice car, People around see it as though what are you doing differently? What are they doing differently? He said in part.
In response, Nollywood actress, Anita Joseph hinted that some actresses’ extravagant lifestyles are sponsored by their wealthy lovers, aka “Sugar daddies”.
“Because most of the females have Ndi Nna Ochie (Sugar Daddy). Shalom in the highest Biko,” she wrote.