Bold and beautiful Nollywood actress Uche Ogbodo, has said she would never post about her bad side on social media for everyone to see and judge.
The single mother of two said this while confirming that indeed celebrities live fake lifestyles on social media to please their fans.
The 42-year-old movie star said, “I believe that a lot of social media lives are not what they actually are. It is what people want the world to see that they post.
“So many people just want the world to see a picture of them that is not real behind closed doors. Even me, I will never post the negative part of me out there. However, some people are true to themselves because they post the beautiful and ugly parts of themselves. Those people are not being fake.”
The Enugu State-born entertainer also maintained she makes posts on social media according to her mood. She said, “I upload posts based on how I feel. I might not post negative parts of my life but whatever I post is true. I am a real person and I don’t like deceiving people or faking it until I make it. I am naturally a happy person. Hence, I would like to post pictures of me when I’m happy.”
Uche Ogbodo also stated that people who told others what to post on social media had no right to do that.
She said, “People that tell others what to post online should mind their business. You don’t tell people what to do. I don’t like it when people come online to act like they are better than others. Just let people be and allow them post what makes them happy. It is their page and their lives.”
Uche Ogbodo, who has been in the industry for about 15 years, noted that she was grateful for how far she had come. She said, “When I got into the industry, it was stressful because I was aspiring for greatness and I wanted to be well known. Then, there was no gratification for it. One just worked and hoped that things would get better. Today, I have created a (well-known) name for myself. I am blessed. I am still growing, relevant and getting endorsements from brands. I am grateful for how far I have come.”