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  • "Every Single Mother Made A Wrong Choice" - Nollywood Actress Lola Alao
  • In a recent interview with
    Vanguardngr, Nollywood
    actress and single mother,
    Lola Alao, who was
    asked why there are many
    single mothers in the
    Yoruba sector of the
    industry, said:
    “I think it has to do with
    making the wrong choices.
    I will say they haven’t
    gotten to their final
    destination that is why they
    are single mothers. I think
    every single mother you see
    made a wrong choice.”
    Does that apply to you too?
    Yes, I think every single
    mother you see made a
    wrong choice.
    What is your relationship
    with the father of your
    child?
    I will keep saying that the
    father of my daughter is the
    best. He is kindhearted and
    he is a very good person.
    Forget whatever he might
    have said about me out of
    annoyance, we have a very
    good relationship.
    Do you have plans of going
    back to him?
    If God says so, why not! Is
    there any man in the picture
    right now? No, there is
    none.
    What are the prices you
    have paid for stardom?
    I have paid a lot; stardom
    has its advantages and
    disadvantages. The
    advantages includes
    preferential treatments
    wherever you go and the
    disadvantages have to do
    with being harassed by area
    boys, any time you are in
    the public.
    What is your relationship
    with Bisi Ibidapo Obe at the
    moment?
    I don’t have any problem
    with Bisi Ibidapo Obe, when
    I buried my father she was
    there to support me. She is
    like a younger sister to me,
    we don’t have a problem.
    With your popularity you
    don’t seem to have any
    endorsement, why? I have
    endorsements; I have with a
    network called Voda Phone
    which is not out yet. I also
    have with Funky Diva Hairs
    and Yoyo Bitters. I don’t like
    to make noise about these
    things. At a time it was
    gathered that you worked
    as a dish washer in
    America? I washed plates
    in London but that was in
    one of my movies ‘Iberu
    Alako’. In the movie I also
    worked in a supermarket.
    The movie is about a lady
    who was living comfortably
    in Nigeria but was deceived
    by the lavish lifestyle of her
    friend who lives in London.
    She thought it was easy to
    make money abroad, she
    eventually travelled to
    London and was stranded,
    and then she had to work in
    a restaurant to survive.

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