Adunni Ade Recalls Her Father Abandoning Her After Getting Pregnant
All of Ade’s accomplishments are credited to her boys.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Adunni Ade, a Nollywood actress, has spoken up about her father cutting her off after she became pregnant while still in school.
The actress said this while praising her two boys and how they have inspired her professional development.
“These past few days have been overwhelming! I remember when I found out I was pregnant with D’marion, it felt like the world came caving in on me,” she wrote.
“A whole lot happened to me. My Dad was so hurt that his first daughter was pregnant (out of wedlock, I understood). I was a senior at college. It was the worst time of my life. All financial support was cut off!”
Ade attributed her success to her sons, stating how they motivate her to accomplish things.
“These 2 miracles of mine have given me a chance to live again! My drive! My focus! All I have done! All I am! All for my Boys. Thank you D’marion. Thank you Ayden for giving me a reason to live again!” she concluded.
Ade is a Nigerian actress with a German-Irish mother and a Nigerian father.
In 2013, she starred in the Yoruba film “You or I,” which was her debut Nollywood role.
She’s also been in a number of other Nollywood films, both in English and in Yoruba, as well as several music videos for Sound Sultan and Ice Prince.
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