Actress Bimbo Akintola Breaks Silence On Single Status, Smoking Rumors, And Defies Marriage Pressure

Actress Bimbo Akintola Breaks Silence On Single Status, Smoking Rumors, And Defies Marriage Pressure

Renowned Nollywood actress Bimbo Akintola opens up about her upbringing, career, and the public's fascination with her single status in an interview with TUNDE AJAJA.

Reflecting on her portrayal of late Dr. Stella Adadevoh in the movie '93 days,' Bimbo explains that she landed the role through auditions, not just for her resemblance to the character but her acting prowess. Playing a real-life figure proved challenging due to the lack of visual references, but Bimbo felt a responsibility to accurately depict Dr. Adadevoh.

Bimbo traces her acting career back to her childhood, where her dramatic tendencies were evident. Despite initial skepticism from her father, she pursued Theatre Arts at the University of Ibadan, driven by her passion for acting.

Recalling fond memories of her upbringing, Bimbo shares stories of her mother's storytelling sessions and her tomboyish antics, which her mother eventually accepted.

In recent times, Bimbo has been committed to her fitness routine, emphasizing the importance of health over appearance. Addressing rumors about smoking, Bimbo clarifies that she does not smoke and dismisses online gossip as baseless.

Discussing societal pressures regarding marriage, Bimbo advocates for individual autonomy, urging parents to refrain from imposing marital expectations on their children. She also challenges traditional views on motherhood, asserting that women should feel empowered to embrace single motherhood if they desire children.

When questioned about her dating life, Bimbo shares that she is uninterested in dating fellow actors, viewing them as colleagues or friends. She maintains privacy about her current relationship status.

Outside of acting, Bimbo enjoys cooking and spending time at home, finding solace in preparing various cuisines. She expresses her love for cooking, emphasizing quality and diversity in her culinary creations over having a favorite dish.

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