Nollywood actor Lateef Adedimeji and his alleged girlfriend Adebimpe Oyebade took to Instagram to show off their new car.
Sharing the news, Lateef Adedimeji shared a picture of him and Adebimpe standing infront of the new cars, he wrote: It can only get better, That one Time. Cc @mo_bimpe.
Reacting to the news of Lateef Adedimeji and Adebimpe Oyebade buying new cars, Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham took to twitter to congratulate them.
Toyin Abraham is regarded as a godmother to Adebimpe as the duo shares a mother and daughter relationship.
Toyin Abraham tweeted: Congratulations my dear @TheDimejiLateef and my darling @Mobimpeoyebade
There was massive jubilation on their Instagram page as fans and colleagues stormed their comment section with congratulatory messages. See some comments below:
iamabiodunadebanjo wrote: Congratulations darling
debbie_shokoya wrote: Congratulations FAM
iteledicon01 wrote: Congratulations my MO
bakarezhainab wrote: Congratulations Fam
Meanwhile, Oyebade Adebimpe, popularly known as Adebimpe Omooba or Moh Bimpe opened up on how she was almost being forced to bleach her skin to fit into Nollywood.
“When I came into the industry a lot of people had an issue with being dark-skinned, but I got into the industry and I asked: Why can’t I be dark? You don’t have to bleach your skin before you can get to the top.
So, I was just being me and a lot of people advised me to bleach my skin. I said no. Even when I was a full-time model, I was always picked because of my dark skin. So, I have gotten a lot of opportunities because I am black. So, I said to myself, if a fair complexioned person can do it, a black person can do it more.” Mo Bimpe revealed in a recent chat with Tribune.
When asked if there are any embarrassing moments on her acting job that she will love to share, Mo Bimpe said “The only thing I would say happens to me and I still wonder why are people like this, is when I go out, probably for a photo shoot at a hotel, alone, and some people just come to me and ask me, ‘how is uncle Lateef?’ and I will be like, what if I am here with someone else, let us just imagine I was there with someone else? So, it is always funny. Not because I am with someone else, but I just find it awkward.
Why do people do this? Another thing is because you are a public figure if you go out there; let’s say to the market for example; you will want to buy something and try to price it, they will just tell you they are the ones watching your movies, they love your movies, so you shouldn’t be pricing their goods, and you should just buy it like that. So because you watch my movies now, I shouldn’t price goods anymore, what type of love is that?”
On her affair with Lateef Adedimeji, she said “Of course, we want to keep it in the cooler. Yoruba people say, “eni ti an gbe’yawo bo waba kii garun’ (It is only a matter of time before everything is revealed to the public). So, you guys should just keep calm and relax.”