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Wednesday, March 08, 2023

Actress Omotola Jalade Narrates What Made Her Emotionless...

Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde sat down with Chude to have a chat and she revealed what made her emotionless and how she almost became a prostit3te....
 



She said: “I think everything i have been today, positively or negatively was because of my father's death, it affected me so much, I didn't mourn my dad. They picked me up from school and I was just 12, I was his only child for a long time and my dad and I were very close. My Dad was the manager of Lagos country club, were you get to meet influential people (Like the president) and because of that, I started rolling with people of influence from a little age".

"So I got to know them because I was always with my dad, there were presidents around and my dad will still want me to sit with them. So,the first thing my dad did that broke my heart was when I was shipped to Command secondary school Kaduna when I was 8...9.... I was a child and I didn’t really take it very well, I was wondering why would my dad do that, but at that time they had just given birth to my brothers, i was 7 when they gave birth to my younger brother, so at age 9 my Dad had already shipped me to command Secondary School, Kaduna. He took me there himself.

I  also remember vividly well when he was leaving we were both crying, but as a child it really affected me. As a child I thought because my dad had other kids I’m no more important to him".


She added; "When I was 12, I was in Jss3 preparing for my exams I was already becoming a little lady,like a teenager, thinking I will be able to spend time and bond with my Dad, One faithful day,they just came to pick me up from school and told me I have to go home".

"In those days they pick you up and you have to enter Nigeria Airways,I had a long wait at the airport pondering why I’m going home, but people in my school had already gotten information that my dad had died, but were just assisting me to pack my bags but they didn’t tell me anything. I knew something was wrong and the only thing I kept saying was,I hope it's not my Dad. In a very callus way I was okay with it if it was anybody else but not my Dad.

"So, when I got home, I saw the crowd and I knew obviously someone had died. So going through that mental process till I got to my compound. I had to walk through everyone and as I was walking, everyone was looking, it was like a movie,some were wailing,some were looking in slow motion. I still remember the feeling and I kept thinking who will greet me first, then I saw my younger brothers and I walk up the stairs and I saw my mum and I froze!!!... Then it dawned on me immediately it was my Dad.
I didn’t know how to react and I didn’t know if it was the guilt of me thinking it shouldn't be him, I was to young to process it or the fact that I have missed him now that he's dead I won't see him again,I just there I was numb..like really numb.
I’m older now and I think I really understand everything but then I didn't. So I just became emotionless and it has affected me till this day".

"There is hardly anything you will say to me that can move me, I am so confident of who I am and I don’t fear anyone. I don’t fear for my life, i would have become a prostitute today because I was very desperate. It got to a point that I said to myself that I would rather sell my body than for anyone to take my younger brothers apart".

27 comments:

  1. Almost ke??? hanty are you not a high grade escort. Rivers Politicians never see ya paynt?? pleasse park one side.

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    1. Check your life
      The fact that you can read about twelve year old and think about pant next means there’s something a little wrong

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    2. Chika(hello iya boys )8 March 2023 at 13:46

      Where is ya proof?

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    3. Okay assistant Holy
      Knower of it all
      Weldone on your conclusion @anon13:04

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    4. And you know this because you're one of the politicians she escorted abi, swerve jor.

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    5. Exactly, are you sure, or it is just a hearsay from rumors, pls be sure before you say, this thing called 'Curse' bad pass karma, if she sees this and says any curse now, you believe it will not happen??? pls if you dont have anything positive to say, pls move on so others can breath fresh air. Before you open any thing back to sender ooo

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  2. Loosing loved ones is heart wrecking. I remembered when my older sister died in the same room we slept. I fed her food that same night and she kept smiling at me only to wake up in the morning and she didnt wake up with us. May her soul continue to RIP

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  3. you never know why people are the way they are or why they do things in a certain way till you know their story.

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    1. So true, until you know, I lost my calmness and became an anxious wreck if not God, after I lost my son, went to work on Friday, came back to pick him up from day-care sick, took him to hospital, he died on Sunday, till today I have not recovered myself, my other children are tired of the way I hover around them, if I didnt hear from them, infact I dont know how many times my soul have died and come back, I couldn't cry as it was a shock and here I am today, trying to deal with the mental state of mind it has left me. So be kind to people when you see them act in some ways, life experiences are different and deep and people react based on an experience

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    2. So sorry, @anon 14:12. Loosing a loved one, especially a child is horrible.

      Mystic

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    3. Anonymous 14:12, may God heal you completely.
      I remember having several miscarriages and I was having in-law issues and my mum passed on to glory as well. One day I had to cry when my MIL came to stay with us, that mummy what else do you people want from me, do you want me to die or leave your son.
      I'm a Christian who married a Muslim and he converted to Christianity, I never forced him.
      Looking back now, may Gods name be praised. I went through hell, used to talk to myself. Thank God I married a mighty man of Valor who stood by me. My eye see shege
      Thank you JESUS.

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    4. So sorry for the loss of your son 14:12, may God heal your heart.

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    5. Thank you all, shedding tears now, thank you all, amen to all your prayers,

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    6. I never knew a miscarriage can be painful and heart wrenching until it happened to me. 1 year on and I am still healing.

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  4. Losing one's parent at a very young age is very traumatic

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  5. you are a strong woman, alot will never understand what one is passing through.

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  6. I can relate. It is well with us.

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  7. This story brought tears to my eyes and made me remember mine. Same JSS 3 and during exam period, 2012 was a very bad year for my family. On my way back to school, I met this huge crowd in my house and the way they were staring at me, I already sensed that someone had died, then some kids were saying tell her, don’t tell her, until “Sommy” a little girl of 6yrs shouted “Ada, your daddy had accident and died” I over heard her crying afterwards, guessed she was beaten because of that.
    When I entered inside my mum was on the ground with some women around her, she couldn’t look me in the eyes and that brought tears to my eyes. I quickly rushed to the kitchen, sat on the floor and was just imagining that “so I ain’t see my lovely dad no more”.
    That was the first time I experienced that statement “the world came crumbling on me”. There were lots of flashbacks
    I do not pray for even an enemy to lose his/her love ones, the experience no be hear o

    Ada Agu

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  8. This story brought tears to my eyes, I lost my dad after my Jamb exam, my result came and I couldn't go to university because there is no one to pay my school fees. I will locked myself up in my room and cry, I really wanted to died cause I was feed up life. I manage to achieve OND through labouring job ,but I was never satisfied. I will eventually finish my university degree this summer in UK. But the void and the trauma is Still there

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    1. Hi, hang in there ok. God almighty will see you through.

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  9. Losing someone does make you feel emotionless and sometime lack empathy but that's life you have to try and shake it off. I'm curious though, didn't she get married at like 18? So when when would she have become a prostitute? Between 14 and 16? 🤔😱
    Pumpkin

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  10. I don’t know how people ship their young kids to boarding schools sha. Especially far away from them. That tender age needs nurturing the most because that age, pesin dey just start to really know oneself so it’s important for parents to really guide and shield their children and raise them in the way of the lord. It turned out well for some people sha but that boarding school exposure is scary.

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  11. Loosing a love one is not easy,I was 11 when I lost my dad,I didn't believe he was dead until he was buried,the trauma no be here

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