"I’ll Allow My Daughter To Become An Actress, But She Can't Acting Kissing Scene" Ronke Oshodi Oke

"I’ll Allow My Daughter To Become An Actress, But She Can't Acting Kissing Scene" Ronke Oshodi Oke

Ibironke Ojo-Anthony, popularly known as Ronke Oshodi Oke, is a renowned Nigerian actress, director, producer, and musician. Rising to fame with her role in the 2000 movie "Oshodi Oke," she recently shared insights into her career and personal life in an interview with ROTIMI IGE.

Balancing Career and Motherhood Ronke Oshodi Oke shared that she doesn't see herself as a celebrity but as a known face, allowing her to live life on her terms. She credits her mother and sister for helping her juggle her career and motherhood. When not on set, she prefers staying at home and only attends parties when necessary.

Impact of Motherhood on Career Motherhood has influenced her choice of roles. She avoids parts she feels would be inappropriate if her children watched them. While she doesn't refuse scripts outright, she declines roles that make her uncomfortable.

Children and Career She firmly stated that her career has not negatively impacted her children’s school life.

T.B. Joshua Controversy Responding to claims that she was paid to praise T.B. Joshua for healing her daughter’s asthma, she denied receiving any money and spoke highly of him and his wife.

Social Media and Celebrity Status After revealing her daughter’s poisoning incident on social media, she explained her decision by emphasizing that she is not a celebrity. She uses Uber because her car is being repaired, and this practicality sets her apart from typical celebrities.

Weight Loss Journey Her weight loss was prompted by health issues. She unknowingly took weight loss pills that were unsafe due to an underlying illness.

Political Views Ronke regrets supporting a political party, especially after the EndSARS incident, which affected young Nigerians. She now prefers supporting individual candidates over parties.

Marriage and Relationships After quietly ending her marriage, she remains on good terms with her ex and believes in not forcing love. She is open to future relationships but leaves it to God's will.

Career Transition Her recent role in Kayode Kasum’s film "Ajosepo" showcased her ability to transition from Yoruba to English movies, attributing her success to divine intervention.

Daughter’s Future Ronke supports her daughter’s career aspirations as long as she completes her education. Her daughter is currently studying Mass Communication at Babcock University.

Ronke Oshodi Oke’s candid revelations provide a glimpse into the life of a dedicated mother and versatile actress navigating the complexities of fame and family life.

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