It is no longer news that sensational actress, Eniola Badmus celebrated her 20th years on stage with a party and a book launch during the week.
The event attracted the movers and shakers of the Nigerian entertainment industry.
During her appreciation speech, Eniola made the audience laugh by saying some of them don’t know she can speak English.
According to her: “I feel the love, I feel the eulogy and the accolades. I am quite grateful. I know some people don’t know I can speak English, all because of the ‘gangsterism’ .I feel so grateful and super elated. I really don’t know what to say, but thank you very much for coming out tonight”, she said.
Kemi Filani News recalls that the ‘Ghetto Bred’ had said her lowest moment in the industry was when she wasn’t get movie roles.
“That was when I was not getting movie roles in the industry. Despite the fact that I had been around for some time, roles were just not coming. The big break didn’t come on time. I featured in one Yoruba movie then, Hundred Years. That was when they started calling me Wule Bantu, which was not a proper break for me. It was not until Jenifa was released in 2009 that light finally shone on me. People got to know Eniola Badmus, Gbogbo bigsgirls and today, we are still bearing the nickname Gbogbo bigsgirls”.