My first betrayal came from my mother when she left me at age 2” — Actress Bimbo Ademoye
Popular Nollywood actress, Bimbo Ademoye has shared her first-ever experience of betrayal during a recent interview.
Speaking with media personality Hauwa Magaji, the 32-year-old movie star revealed that her first experience of betrayal occurred when her mother walked out of her life when she was only two years old.
Bimbo, however, noted that she is currently trying to build a relationship with her mother by taking care of her.
Bimbo Ademoye said;
“My mother is very much alive. She lives like fifteen to twenty minutes away from me. We just don’t have a friendship. My mum left when I was two and so the betrayal, my first ever betrayal came from my mother. I tried to build a relationship with her..right now we have a relationship as I am doing my duties as a child, paying the rent and allowance and all, and that’s about what we have. I am very okay with that. I am okay with the no friendship, no closeness zone that we are in for my mental health and for my own sanity.”
In a past interview, Bimbo Ademoye emotionally stated;
“And I think I’m very okay with that. I’m okay with the no friendship, no closeness zone that we’re in for my mental health and for my own sanity. I’m very much okay with it. But my mum is very much alive. Very beautiful, dark skinned, robust, chubby. I got my hips from my mum and my waist from my mother as well. But yeah, I don’t have a relationship with my mum and I’m fine with that.”
“Growing up with a single dad wasn’t the easiest because poor guy, there’s some things he doesn’t know. You know, like when you have your first monthly flow, he’s just as shocked as you are. And at some point, he was very torn in the sense that he had to go work for his children and at the same time, he had to be there for his children. Growing up and seeing the sacrifices he would make, like his friends will call and say “let’s go clubbing” and he’ll be like “no, I have children”, it just kinda shaped my relationship with my dad to be stronger.”