- Helen spoke about how she was rejected from birth by his mother's family
- Helen Paul revealed that she was stigmatized because her mother gave birth to her through rape.
- She urged her fans to keep moving on and not be to brought down by rejection
Helen Paul revealed that From a young age, she faced adversities that would have broken the spirit of many, yet she emerged stronger, braver, and full of hope.
The actress talked about being rejected and using it as motivation in a video that she uploaded to her Instagram page.
According to Helen Paul, she was stigmatized since her mother had birthed her out of raped, Her aunts had constantly reminded her that none of her grandmother's stipends should be used on her.
Helen Paul talked about how an unidentified man gave her the name Helen since her family feels that she is a shame to them.
Speaking in the video, Helen encouraged her fans not to let the shame or words of naysayers deter them; she pointed out that she had gone from being a comedian to a professor in the US.
“Never feel rejected believe it to be your power force.From a comedian in Nigeria to a professor in USA.What a story!Please be alive to tell your story too. All things will work out.”
In another story, Helen Paul reveals How she bagged professorship in US varsity
Nigerian comedienne, Helen Paul who was recently promoted to the position of a professor at the Heart International Bible University, USA, has now shared secrets of how she was able to get elevated to the position.
In a chat with the press, Professor Helen paul disclosed thus:
“Whatever you do in your field of work would help in your career growth. For instance, Nike Art Gallery, a beautiful woman who is one of my mentors, her talent speaks for her both at home and abroad to the extent of her getting recognised in universities not just in Nigeria but globally.
“Also, I learnt that Prof. Lamidi Fakeye of Michigan University, USA, got promoted by his artistic works (wood structure) at the Institute of African Studies, Obafemi Awolowo University in the 1980s. This shows that talent works as well.”
More so, the thespian stated that bagging a PhD three years ago at the University of Lagos was a plus for her as she describes herself as “a true representation of Town and Gown”.