Popular Actress, Ada Ameh Says She Is No Longer Afraid Of Death, Explains Why




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Nollywood star actress, Ada Ameh, has criticised celebrities flaunt their relationships on . The Domitila actress maintained that it is better when a is kept as as possible.

Speaking in an interview with Sunday Scoop, she said, “We emulate people that do not have values. It is better and more beautiful when one’s is kept as as possible. Being a figure doesn’t mean one should share what happens in one’s bedroom. Even the ones that are doing it know they are doing the wrong thing. It is not part culture.”

Asked if she thinks expect too much from celebrities, Ameh said, “ are entitled people. I grew up in Ajegunle () and in Ajegunle, what we do is ‘one for all, all for one’. If one has, one shares with one’s friends and acquaintances. That where I learnt practical love. In Nigeria, if one is working, people act like one owes them. Somebody once told me that, ‘Madam, we buy your CDs’ and I said I work for it. They paid me for the job. This generation doesn’t have respect. Their values are too cheap. They are too materialistic; all they care about is money. They don’t to work or suffer.”

On how she fared during the declared to contain the pandemic, Ameh said, “There panic everywhere but we are being comforted by the word God. The worst that happen is that we . I used to be very scared death until I lost some my siblings. The one that I experienced two years ago shook the foundation my life. The fear of dying is no longer there. One be afraid of dying if one’s with God is not intact. What I enjoyed the most during the intensifying my with God.

“Also, we all now seem to agree that whether we like it or not, everyone needs a side hustle. People mistake entertainers for their Hollywood counterparts. The moment one begins to compare them, one misses it. They are not the same.”

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