SPOTTED: Nollywood’s Omotola paints Hollywood red with Danny Glover, Mel B & others

by Hauwa Gambo

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Our home girl, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is certainly living it up these days – and her Instagram account is there to tell the fab story! Today, she shared photos of herself – with Hollywood’s Danny Glover, Spice Girl’s Mel B, and Kimberly Elise with whom she acted in ‘Ties that Bind’.

She shared this comment with her Mel B photo:

Lol… See who I ran into in my hotel. The beautiful #melB . We have a common friend designer #bunmikoko. Lol… She is so funny and that accent! She joked much about my #butt . She’s now #judge on #Americasgottalent”

Omotola

Omotola Mel B

Comments (4)

  1. “Ran into” or staged photos.
    Btw, I know you couldn’t have enough fun and enjoy your youth cos you got married at eighteen and all that, blah blah blah… but note, women CANNOT “have it all” you have to hold on to one, your career or your family. Yes, I said it, we CANNOT have it all, especially as African women, you either focus on your career and build as well as you’re able to before getting married, or you get married and accept the fact that the moment you start having children, your momentum in your career cannot be the same way it was before you got married. No matter how supportive your husband and family are, you have to make some sacrifices for the sake of your children, and family the moment you choose to have children and I speak from experience. And if you choose not to have children, na trouble, your in laws are all over you, your mother is all over you, your friends are fasting on your behalf to chase out the “oyinbo” demon in you… *sigh*
    My point is, Ms Jalade-Ekehinde, are you sure you’ve thought this through thoroughly? Are you sure you can live with the possible consequences of leaving your children to go build your career at this crucial moment in their lives, as teenagers and growing children? Considering the fact that your husband is a pilot and isn’t always home himself?
    As the Yoruba will say “ro dada o” …
    *gbeborun over, now struts out of here”

    1. Your ignorance is ridiculous and ugly! I feel so sorry for you. Anyway, omotola s not in your class ,if you did a little more reading than writing, you would have known all her kids are in secondary school and in boarding house.
      You on the other hand, goodluck with your problems.

      1. lmao, @Idiamin, who stole your pacifier? abeg park well jor, oniranu.
        Don’t go and read the post well and sit down there feeling sorry for your family members, I said “teenagers and growing children” (her last son is how old, most informed idiamin?)
        You obviously haven’t tried balancing husband, children and career together before(if you are a woman), then you would know my “ignorance” is indeed not ridiculous. Get there first and then come back here and let your dirty little fingers type nonsense if you can.
        Please go home, handle YOUR problems and please stay out of my posts… ta!

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