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Saturday, February 19, 2022

Actress Bisola Aiyeola Talks About The Hard Times She Went Through Being Pregnant And Why She Did Not Marry Her Late Baby Daddy.

Nigerian actress and reality TV star, Bisola Aiyeola has recounted the travails of being a single mother...








In an interview with Taymesan With Tay podcast, Bisola opened up about her struggling days while growing up.

She talked about giving birth at 23 and how hard things were for her while raising her. 


''I had Leyla when I was 23. It wasn’t the best of times. You know they tell you when a young girl get belle, e dey easy, na lie! It’s a bloody lie. Now I want to have a kid but I’m lowkey dreading it because her pregnancy was a tough one.

 I used to throw up a minimum of 4 times every single day until about 6/7 months. It was so bad that if I had any food – spittle, then bile, then blood would come out. I was the skinniest I have ever been in my life until the last trimester when I started retaining fluid. Her labor was tough, it was three days. I fell into labor Wednesday and had her on Friday at night.


At the time I got pregnant and I found out and I told Leyla’s dad, his response was such a huge relief. So the day I told him, he was like “Ah great, we’re having a baby.” I didn’t expect that from him. He used to be such a sweet boyfriend, very sweet. I don’t know what went wrong, what happened before the shift came. But he used to be so sweet. And with that response from him, I felt like yeah we were going to take on the world. Then he proposed. We never got married. He proposed but the wedding never happened and then we started having our issues upon issues. After a while I think he got really insecure and it’s not like I was even ballin’ at the time. Life wasn’t good for me. He wasn’t very present and that was one of the things we used to fight about. We called off the engagement when my daughter was 2.

There was a time I was feeding my daughter garri. I was feeding my baby garri. Like we will allow the garri soak. We didn’t have diapers, we would have to use my momsy’s old scarves, her gele, buba and iro, use am do napkin. Then cut polythene bag into X shape and tie so she can use and sleep.


 This was 2009/2010. She was still a baby not even talking yet. We will wait for the garri to swell, then get like N10 jagu, shake it, mix it inside. Feed her. You will not know that this child it’s garri we’re feeding her. I’m telling you. God really hid my shame with my daughter''


44 comments:

  1. BisolaπŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™

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    1. The man is late. Who we go ask? Don't put all the blame on him. U were very canterkarous in the house. Always quarrelling and bullying. U that lodged with Kingsley in the same hotel I lodged in a while ago, one oil boy. Girl u no pure like dat

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    2. Aunty let her talk na. If it makes her feel better. Let her say it. She no borrow ur mouth.

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    3. 19:42,so what if she lodged with a man in the same hotel with you? Is she married? Is it your vagina that she used? Did she claim here that she is celibate? Who asked you? Radio Nigeria!

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  2. Everyone has a story. Thank God for how far He's brought you.πŸ™

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  3. Chai what we go through. Thank God for her

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  4. Chai. God is faithful. He is indeed faithful.

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  5. Everyone has a story,it is well with you and your daughter.

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  6. Every mother have one or two to share.I pray the lord open the womb of every TTC women,grant the pregnant ones safe delivery and for every mother may we not weep over our children in Jesus name.

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    1. Amen! We will not weep over our children. Neither will they weep over us. We will see our grandchildren and great grandchildren as the Lord God wills it in Jesus name, amen.

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  7. HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM....Bisola Aiyeola you are a strong woman

    I Always feel for some single mother, it is not easy for them....for all the single mother in the world going through one thing or the other..GOD will answer your prayers...

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  8. Chai,it is well with you.Thank God for how far He has brought you.

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  9. He gives us beauty for ashes...

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  10. This is why I hate premarital sex so much. Women always bear the brunt of it. Virginity is everything. People keep hyping sex like there's much to it. Within 2 minutes the nonsense is over and the man is relaxing. Sex is mostly for men jare. They're the ones that cum. Most women don't.

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    1. Lots of married men are dead beats too….

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  11. You had Leyla at 23 bawo.
    You really think you are talking to kids....
    A 40 something year old woman claiming early 30s.
    Make you fear God oooo...

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    1. Is this even the issue? I don't understand why some of you are like this. If this story didn't touch you then I don't know what will. If she is lying about her age, let her lie in peace biko.

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    2. I know Bisola, we attended same secondary school. I am older than Bisola by some years and I am 37.

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    3. your mum is a side chick to a bayelsa man who rejected his two kids from her,you still had the guts to open leg and have a child out of wedlock. I wish you luck

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    4. Some of us started life early, boo. Chill!

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    5. Oloriburu...anonymous. dey follow person drag her own age. Werey alasho

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    6. To be honest She looks like she’s in her 30’s though. Maybe a year or 2 years older than what she currently claims but she looks pretty young in her 30’s. Definitely not 40.

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    7. 20.04,you are just evilπŸ‘Ή,Azen!

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    8. 20.04 rest madam! Wetin dis babe do you? Haba, what is your biz with her mom again, why are you filled with bile?! God will answer your own prayers the moment you let all the evil leave your heart, you hear?

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  12. This is very inspiring, in this journey called life there is always a story of our humble beginning that always sounds like a lie

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  13. Bisola is telling the truth. She is my younger sister's classmate in OLA. Single motherhood no easy at all. It is well.

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    1. She looks her age. Like she’s in her early to mid 30’s. I also believe she’s telling the truth.

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  14. I knew Malcolm real good. Na my main G. Mainest. Day 0 g. Na sweet guy. He had his short comings as we all do but generally, Malcom na MAN. I can imagine how good those sweet days were because even as “just a friend” Malcolm go come jand make sure say even if na “hi and bye” he’d check up. Glad I reached out to him before he passed and we hung and had a great time just like old times. I can only hope and pray that you and your kid find happiness and joy because, really, that’s all Malcom M was all about. Rest well my G. I miss you bro, till we meet again, X gonna give it to ya, the Olanrewaju way.

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    1. Eyahhh what happened to him?? May his soul Rest In Peace and already rejoicing with Christ and angels in heaven.

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  15. Am I the only one that saw she want another child.
    I hope she has carefully selected her mate. To avoid stories again .

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    1. I really hope so too. She’s also a lot more mature so hoping for the best for her.

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  16. Toyosi was my classmate in secondary school. He was the life of the party...always making things happen. I crushed on him till we graduated. May his soul find rest. He was a great guy

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