“Sometimes It Takes A Heartbreak From People We Love To Shake Us” Biodun Omoborty Breaks Down


Nollywood actress Biodun Okeowo, also known as Omoborty, has stirred reactions amidst her fans as she breakdown online to address the issue of heartbreak.

The beautiful mother of one shared a compiled video of herself crying and dancing, while she spoke on how heartbreak sometimes helps many to discover themselves.

Sharing the video on her verified Instagram page, Biodun Okeowo claimed that heartbreak from loved ones sometimes helps people to realise their worth and much more.

She wrote: Sometimes it takes a heartbreak from people we love to shake us awake & help us see we are worth so much more than we are rooting for….

Fans who reacted to the video commended Biodun Okeowo’s strong spirit and compelled her to take heart.

Esabod Global News recalls that Biodun Okeowo revealed to her fans the reaction of her man to any woman who is uncovered.

Omoborty made this revelation when she shared some hot photos of herself online and accompanied them by a question on how their men resist women like Joseph in the bible.

According to Biodun Okeowo, her man is exempted from the question, likely because he acts like Joseph or she does not want to involve him in the question.

She wrote: Apart from my man….do we still have men like Joseph who see nak**dness of a woman and run away?

Esabod Global News also reported that Biodun Okeowo granted her 18-year-old daughter access to social media shortly after her birthday.

In an interview she granted some time ago, Victoria, who became a landlady on her 18th birthday, said, “She already told us this is a particular age we would get to before she would allow us to start doing some certain things and it is okay for us so I don’t feel uncomfortable with what is happening because I was already aware of it before it started, she talks to I and my brother a lot about things…yes, it still comes down to what I said earlier, the way Mrs. A will treat and train her daughter is definitely different from how Mrs. B will train her daughter, so the fact that many of my mum’s colleagues daughters have Instagram pages doesn’t mean I should have too.

It is normal for people to have different ways of raising their kids, the most important thing is for parents to be able to provide the basic needs with every child needs which my brother and I are not lacking in any way. So every other thing is secondary, so I am happy, I am not on social media, that will happen at the right now, I am super proud with the way she has raised us. I feel that will come at the right time, she already said when I am 18 years I can do all that, so there is no point rushing when I still have a lot ahead of me.”

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