Anita Joseph is a Nigerian actress, dancer, television personality and philanthropist. Anita Joseph started her acting career in 2005 as a dancer before settling down to full time acting. She joined Nollywood in 2005 and rose to fame in 2006 after starring in the movie “Tears in My Eyes”
Popularly today she is known as Mother Hen because of her act of protection when it comes to the upcoming stars especially the ones she draw close to herself.
Three weeks ago, pictures of her pregnancy trended on social media. People mistake her set pictures to be real.
Today, she finally Flunt photos of herself in her pregnant attire saying ... its finally a wrap in the set of 14 days , she added that playing a pregnant woman in a movie is not easy at all as you expected to walk and behave like them.
Her fans reacted to her pregnant look, some called her mama Ejima while others said pregnancy looks good on her. Below are some the comment at the comment section.
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