Ireti Doyle sheds happy tears as she clocks 55

Ireti Doyle sheds happy tears as she clocks 55

Veteran Nollywood actress Ireti Doyle got emotional on her 55th birthday today after a beautiful gift from her children. A video shared on her Instagram page captured the moment her children surprised her with a sentimental gift.

Ireti Doyle who was eager to see what was in the box was left speechless after she opened it and got emotional. The veteran actress was also serenaded by a trumpet person singing birthday songs for her.

Ireti Doyle is one of the few women in Nollywood who have defied the odds; and are competing actively with their male colleagues.

Since her debut in 1995, Ireti Doyle has featured in many top-cinema movies and television series; where she often plays a housewife or mother-in-law.

Some of her colleagues such as Joke Silva, Kune Afolayan, Dakoree and fans stormed her comment section with birthday prayers and wishes.

Also Read: Iretiola Doyle distances self from daughter’s business after she is accused of fraud

Controversial Nollywood actor Uche Maduagwu has criticised his colleague Eniola Badmus over her sultry photo. Taking to her Instagram page to wish her fans a happy new month, Eniola Badmus shared a photo of herself rocking a blue dress while giving a free show of her thighs.

However, Uche Maduagwu seemed displeased with the photo as he tackled Eniola Badmus questioning the kind of morals she is teaching young people.

Uche Maduagwu, while making a mockery of Eniola Badmus, opined that she wouldn’t have even bothered about wearing any clothes, stating at age 44 the curvy actress ought to know how to dress appropriately.

According to Uche Maduagwu, Eniola Badmus’s outfit is not suitable for the public; and may not be addressed by the people reasonably.

He further questioned the kind of morals Eniola Badmus was teaching young people with such a sultry outfit.

He wrote: “Omg Ikunle Abiamo e Gbami is this also fashion Aunty Eniola? Why you no just no cover body Na? At 44 there are some outfit wey elders no suppose dey wear come out. Walahi the kind respect wey me get for you and seeing this now O Ma Se; what moral lesson you dey teach our pikins with this dress wey dey show everyone the shape of your Laps?”

 

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