Nollywood actress, Bimbo Ademoye has said that her father almost disowned her after she tattooed her ex-boyfriend’s name on her shoulder. She made this revelation in a recent interview with BBC Pidgin.
The light-skinned actress is known for her famous feather tattoo on her shoulder.
“I got the tattoo on my shoulder because I was trying to cover my ex-boyfriends name. I tattooed his name on my shoulder when I was not yet wise. The relationship didn’t work out, so I had to cover the tattoo with another one; hence, the reason why I have a feather tattooed on my shoulder. My father wanted to disown me and I don’t have another father so I had to cover it up with this new one. My daddy has been disturbing me about marriage. He is the only one disturbing me to get married at the moment.
Speaking about her banging body, she noted that it runs in her family.
“I was born with a small waist; but I have been snatching my waist since I was my second year in the university.”
Kindly Note That: This interview was conducted in Pidgin but I transcribed and translated it to English Language..
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