– Olayode Juliana has taken to social media to dish out some interesting advice on wedding planning
– According to the actress, people should learn to avoid going broke to do expensive weddings
– The former Jenifa star added that if one cannot afford a glamourous wedding, then one should simply avoid it
– This comes a few days after she revealed the reason behind her decision to quit acting
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Former Jenifa star, Olayode Juliana has warned her fans against spending a lot of money to finance their wedding.
According to the actress, people ought not to get influenced by the expectations of others as that can lead them to great financial distress.
Olayode revealed this in a recent Instagram video in which she advised people about cutting their cloth according to their coats.
This, she did through comically shuffling between a deep Yoruba accent and an English one.
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Sharing the video, she wrote:
“Wedding vs marriage… Please which one is more important oh my dear? You do not have to impress anybody. If you cannot afford it, do not do it.”
Watch the video below:
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A few days back, Olayode known best for her role as Toyo Baby of Jenifa’s Diary disclosed that she stopped acting because she was uncomfortable with kissing scenes.
The beauty who came to the limelight after featuring in Jenifa’s diary made the disclosure in a recent interview.
According to the young lady, she is never going to kiss anyone except her husband.
In other news, Churchill Show comedian Professor Hamo has expressed gratitude to God hours after publicly apologising to baby mama Jemutai and his children.
Via a social media post on May 19, Hamo quoted a Bible verse addressing God’s mercy and forgiveness.
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“For his anger lasts only a moment, but his favour lasts a lifetime; weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning,” he quoted the Book of Psalm.
It seems the funnyman finally has some peace after working things out with his wife Zippy and comedienne Jemutai.