- Mo Bimpe has a calm demeanor and has confirmed to her fans that she is indeed introverted.
- The actress who is married to Dimeji Lateef said marriage has made her more extroverted than when she was still single.
- She also spoke about a certain netizen who trolled her and her husband on social media.
She made this known while having a chat on a recent episode of her colleague, Debbie Shokoya's audiovisual podcast.
Mo Bimpe, however, added that although she doesn't go out a lot, she attends events to support her partner.
In her words:
“I am a private person. Before I got married to my husband, I was not as outgoing as I am now. Even now, I still don't go out. However, you can find me on the red carpet with my husband, probably supporting him, and performing my wifely duties. So, it's impossible for me not to be out there”.
The actress also shared her experience with a certain female troll who asked her husband to take her as a second wife. Mo Bimpe said:
“Trolls don't have a happy life. They are not happy; they are sad and they don't have anything to do. Besides, they are miserable; they just want to talk and they just want other people to be sad like them. This girl came on my (Instagram) page to ask, ‘When are you giving birth?' A lot of people came at her; they attacked her and she attacked them back.
“Then, she went to my husband's page the following day to tell him to marry her as a second wife. My fans sent me the message, saying this same girl, who was causing trouble on my page the day before, was now in my husband's comment section. I now decided to talk about the issue. People can be crazzy.”
In other news, Nigerian film actor, Adedimeji Lateef become the talk of town following an old video resurfacing.
Dimeji Lateef who possesses a remarkable ability to portray crying roles in movies while evoking strong emotions in the hearts of movie watchers is seen showing his fans how it's easy for him to shed tears.
The movie star who has been labelled a crying machine stated that contrary to popular belief, he doesn't use any trigger to conjure up tears.
He said he is constantly asked how he finds it very easy to cry in movies, so he decided to shoot the video to show that it comes naturally to him.