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“My Daddy Is Now An Angel”- Actress Ufuoma McDermott Mourns The Demise of Her Father  

“My Daddy Is Now An Angel”- Actress Ufuoma McDermott Mourns The Demise of Her Father  



The Nigerian “My Daddy Is Now An Angel”- Actress Ufuoma McDermott Mourns The Demise of Her Father  filmaker Actress,actor and previous model Ufuoma McDermott has declared the passing on of her dad.

Ufuoma Stacey Ejenobor-McDermott (conceived 23 April 1981) is an honor winning and multi-capable Nigerian entertainer, producer, and previous model.

From displaying to acting to delivering and coordinating, Ufuoma McDermott has demonstrated that she’s a flexible performer.

 The early hours of the day, the Delta state conceived madean Instagram post she shared not many hours prior, The 41 year old entertainer composed:

“My daddy is now an Angel, watch over me”

Ufuoma McDermott as of late uncovered why she quit posting photographs with Omoni Oboli, Chioma Akpotha, Uche Jombo.

Review that years back, the entertainers, famously known as Fantastic Four, used to display their interesting friendship that was the jealousy of many.

Every one of them four used to relax together and post bunch photographs together from everywhere the world.

Nonetheless, they started talk about their fellowship going bad after they quit posting themselves together however much they used to.

Talking during the Inkblot Meet and Greet podcast( web recording), Ufuoma McDermott uncovered the genuine motivation behind why she, Chioma Akpotha, Omoni Oboli and Uche Jombo are done posting themselves via virtual entertainment.

She said;

“Before Wives on Strike, Chioma Akpotha, Omoni Oboli, Uche Jombo and myself were close individually but together, no. We bonded when we were filming Wives on Strike because individually I had known all of these girls but we just became closer spending time filming Wives on Strike.

The conditions under which we shot that film, God! We just had to bond. Sometimes we’d want to do makeup and Omoni would say “e be like say you no know you be market woman”, I would be like “come on now, the brand”, she’ll say “Which brand? You’re a market woman. Off your cloth!” (laughs).

So under all of those things – finding ourselves changing on the road, you know, we just had to bond. I don’t think there was anywhere to go from there.

But if you notice, for some time we haven’t appeared in each other’s projects. Here’s the thing: I don’t like that slogan, “women supporting women”, because I don’t hear men saying “men supporting men” unless they’re trying to diss women.

I don’t like to say it because we put too much emphasis on the negative of women being together as against the positive. So what we’re invariably doing is making people focus on seeing a group of friends together and saying “oh my God, this is wonderful, women don’t do this” so we’re trying hard to break that. Before now, when we’re together, we’ll film, put on Instagram, and people would be excited.

We don’t do that anymore because we feel like we might even be giving the wrong vibes. We want you to find your compatibility naturally. We want you to be able to come and say “you’re a guy, I’m a girl, we have this project together and we can run it”. It doesn’t matter what our gender is.

You’re a woman, I’m a woman, we can run it together. We want you to find it not because you’re trying to prove a point that women don’t support women, we want you to prove a point that we can do things together. We think that them always seeing us together in their head is making them think “wow, these women have been friends for such a long time when women cannot (be friends)” and we don’t want you thinking that.”

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