Bukola Adeeyo is a Nigerian Yoruba actress and a movie producer born in Oyo State, Nigeria.
She is the first child in a family of four children where she had grew up in Lafenwa, Abeokuta, Ogun state. The 29-year-old Yoruba actress, Bukola Adeeyo has welcomed her second child. Although the actress has not shared the news on social media yet, her colleagues and friends have been congratulating her on social media. The actress was introduced to the movie industry by Odunlade Adekola and has since risen in the entertainment world.
After her secondary education , she attended Moshood Abiola polytechnic. She was introduced into acting in 2008 after joining Odunlade Adekola films production (O.A.F.P). She got her first movien role in the movie Ile owo but rose to prominence after starring in the movie “Sunday Dagboru”. She produced her own movie, Ajenigbe and had since featured in sevearl movies including Omo Adugbo, Abike standing, Fere si ise mi and so on.
The beautiful actress had also debunked rumours that Odunlade Adekola is the father of her baby where she revealed her baby daddy to be Bello Oladipo Ibraheem who is also an actor and director. She has also won numerous awards including Most promising actress of the at City People movie awards.
Bukola Adeeyo revealed the father of her baby after several speculations and rumours that popular Nollywood actor, Odunlade Adekola is the father of her baby girl. The actress who gave birth to her first child in London was welcomed back home by the father of her child, Bello Oladipo Ibraheem. Ibraheem, who is also a Yoruba actor welcome Adeeyo and her child on Instagram, saying: “Welcome back to 9ja my baby nd Oluwadarasimi golden child @bukola_adeeyo”
When asked in an interview with Vanguard if she has produced any movie, she said: “Yes. I have produced one, titled Ajinigbe and I am cooking something at the moment with the name Olaide Oyinlomo. Olaide Oyinlomo is about a young woman who inherited diabolical power from her grandma but decided to use it positively.” She was then asked if she agrees that Nigerian women are becoming more sexually active than men and she responded saying:
“I disagree. Men will always be men. They are born to be in charge even outside sex, that is the order of nature.” Furthermore, she was asked of her opinion on pre-marital sex and she had this to say: “Pre-marital sex has its positive side. There is acceptance from your peers, pleasure and the fulfillment of sexual desire. The negative side is that it is against our norms and values, and could bring about unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, STDs and guilt.”
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