Adebimpe Oyebade, the Nigerian actress, who’s popularly referred to as Mo’Bimpe, has stated that she shouldn’t be ready to put her career on hold for marriage to fellow actor, Lateef Adedimeji.
Recall that the lovebirds had been dogged by rumours that they had been courting however had vehemently denied it. Nonetheless, some weeks in the past, they lastly got here out to confess what many already suspected that they had been in a relationship and would get married in December.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, Oyebade stated, “Why ought to a lady put her profession on maintain for marriage? One doesn’t have an effect on the opposite. There is no such thing as a want for one particular person to place their profession on maintain for the opposite as a result of they’ll each work collectively.”
Mo’Bimpe additionally maintained that getting married to her colleague wouldn’t have an effect on her profession. She stated, “I don’t suppose getting married to a fellow entertainer would have an effect on my profession. I’ll make my marriage work and final lengthy by being cautious. I may also hold praying.”
The actress additionally acknowledged that she was not courting Adedimeji on the instances she publicly denied being in a relationship with him.
She stated, “I don’t suppose I ought to come on social media and discuss my relationship. I don’t see a necessity for that as a result of I’m a really non-public particular person and virtually everybody is aware of that. I don’t exhibit my private life on social media. That’s the type of particular person I’ve at all times been. Within the interview the place I stated I used to be not courting Lateef Adedimeji, I used to be really not courting him at the moment.”
Revealing plans for the forthcoming wedding ceremony, which is being anticipated by lots of their followers, Oyebade stated, “We’re not having a low-key wedding ceremony as a result of we (have) already invited individuals for it. Lots of people already know in regards to the wedding ceremony. Members of the press are additionally invited.”