In the season of love, popular Nollywood actress Nse Ikpe-Etim however feels the best is to just be one’s self and show love in the best way you can. Actress Nse Ikpe-Etim has advised people on how to go about with their celebration of Valentine’s Day.
According to the actress, a lot of opinions are flying about as to how one should celebrate the day. Nse Ikpe-Etim however feels the best is to just be one’s self and show love in the best way you can.
Read her post below:
“Its the valentine week; while a lot of opinions are flying around about the week and how it should be spent, do not hesitate to be yourself. Show love in the best way you can, don’t let others shame you for liking love, loving and wanting to celebrate love. Wear your best smile, hold your head up and walk into the week like the champ that you are”
Nse Ikpe-Etim (born 1974) is a Nigerian actress. She came into prominence in 2008 for her role in Reloaded. She was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 5th and 8th Africa Movie Academy Awards for her role in Reloaded and Mr. and Mrs. respectively.In 2014, she won the Best Actress in a Drama award at the 2014 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards for playing “Nse” in Journey to Self. Etim is the first of six children. In an interview with Toolz, she stated that she’s had Caucasian Godparents. She got married to her childhood friend Clifford Sule on 14 February 2013 at a Lagos registry. A traditional wedding ceremony followed in her hometown in Akwa Ibom State and Lagos State respectively, some months after the civil union. She currently resides in London with her husband, a Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University who frequents Nigeria for film engagements.
It would be recall, The Nollywood actress, Nse Ikpe Etim who got married in 2013 to her very first boyfriend, Clifford Sule after they met again years has revealed she doesn’t have a problem with homosexuality. When asked by Vanguard if she supported a monologue at the AMMAS which supported homosexuality,NSE who hosted the awards said; I don’t have a problem with homosexuality. I think there’re bigger issues than who I love.