nollywood actress,He has lamented his father’s complaints about his physical appearance despite being of legal age.
On her Instagram page, Bukola vented about how her father still scolds her despite being 40 years old.
Damola Olatunji’s estranged wife, who is currently in London, FaceTimed her father, who complained bitterly about his fingernails, which he said were too long.
She claimed that her father said that her long fingernails were her flaw and could make people not know that she is a member of the Awoyemi family.
Shocked by her statement, Bukola Arugba vented about how her father still controls her despite being too old to make decisions for herself.
Bukola Arugba further pointed out how African parents are equal and the best.
“African parents are the same and better. We love them like this. Who knows if dad or mom still scolds you “.
Bukola Arugba talks about his pain
It was reported days ago that Bukula Arugba had left her fans expressing her concern for her while talking about the painful part of being an actress.
In a lengthy post on her Instagram page, Damola Olatunji’s estranged wife revealed that one of the painful parts of being an actor is people’s inability to distinguish between reality and written life.
According to her, when people see her doing the same thing she does in the movies and they ask her, she responds by asking if her life is a movie.
Bukola said that she is human, she laughs, smiles, loves, hurts and cries too. She has her own private life, just like many others have her private life.
The twins’ mother noted how her feelings for people’s pain make her produce movies about it, yet they ignore their pains and label it as acting.
He added that life is more challenging for a performer of real life events because when real life events happen to them, people watch it like a movie.
“One of the most painful-Tears of life are interpreted as Performance. When they tell you; “I see you do the same thing in the movies.” Is my life a movie?
I am human, I laugh, I smile, I love, I suffer and I cry too like you. Since you have your private life outside of your work, so do I. I feel your real life, and I comfort you with my movies. But you ignore mine and label it “serious pretense” or “ACTING”. Is my life a movie?
I cry, hoping for a hug and comfort, but I get a kind of “when you’re done acting, let us know” reaction.
Life is more challenging for a performer of real life events. Because when real life events happen to you, they see it as a movie.
SPEAKING THE MINDS OF MY FELLOW ACTORS who are just true, simple and pure of heart.”
“My dad still scolds me when I’m 40 years old.