Actress Bisi Ibidapo Talks K1, 2015 Wedding Plan & How She Joined Nollywood

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Jan 12, 2015 – Nigerian Actress Bisi Ibidapo Opens Up On Rumoured Affair With Wasiu Ayinde, KWAM1, 2015 Wedding Plan & How She Joined Nollywood

Popular Omo Logba Logba of Nollywood, actress Bisi Ibidapo Obe has revealed her plans for 2015.

In a recent chat with The Entertainer, the mother of one talks about her relationship with Fuji legend Wasiu Ayinde, her journey into Nollywood, her sex business, her baby daddy, Hon Dino Melaye and many other issues.

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So what should we expect from you in 2015?

That one is between my God and I because I am a Christian. Though, I am not born again, I am a believer (laughter). How­ever, I pray that by God’s special grace, in this New Year, I will settle down, I will get married and have my own family. I will also build my own house. After all, I still stay in a rented apart­ment, but I know my God will do it for me. When and how He wants to do it, I don’t know but I know that He will surely do it in 2015. Also, my fans should watch out for my latest movie.

What inspired your opening a sex toy shop?

First and foremost, let me correct you. I didn’t open a sex toy shop; I just added it to what we do in the shop. We sell throw pillows, lingerie, perfumes, and body spray for adult and chil­dren of both sexes. The basic point is that it is not a strictly sex toy shop. However, I see no big deal in running a sex toy shop.

Who are your clients?

A lot of people patronise me. I have married people, young people and adults. Two weeks after the opening of the shop, a couple came requesting for a vibrator. The reason was that the husband wanted to travel abroad to study for a while. And it wasn’t that he didn’t trust his wife, they just wanted to have their own vibrator at home. I must say that Nigerians are not in tune with modhusband wanted to travel abroad to ern trends unlike what obtains in the Western world where they see running a sex toy shop as no big deal. I sell a lot of things here. It is not a must that you buy a vibrator because we have so many sex toys aside vibrators. I don’t want to mention names but a lot of big names in this country patronise us. The way people are taking it; one would think I am selling hard drugs and guns. ­

It has been long you featured in movies, what could be the reason?

Those who know me well know I don’t appear frequently in home videos like most of my colleagues. I don’t like hopping from one location to the other and it is not a matter of pride, but I am just being me. And the reason is that I try to give myself time to rest because as Yoruba people would say ‘emi ise gun ju emi eniyan lo’ (work is endless but life is short). So, I take my time to do my things. And again, shortly after I produced Bisi Omo Logba Logba, one of my senior colleagues in the movie industry called me up and said that if I wanted to stay relevant, I should mind the way I feature in movies. I stuck to the advice and ever since I have never had regrets.

How did you come into Nolly­wood?

I give God all the glory. The journey started when I finished my secondary school education and I decided to join the film industry. I went to Idumota in Lagos to see Gbenga Adewusi and that was how I met Araosan (Rasak Ajao). I was amazed to see him in real life. Araosan handed me over to the Odunfa Caucus where I trained under Taiwo Has­san (Ogogo), and I bless God that today, if you want to mention five prominent actresses in the industry, I will be among them. Though, it has not been a smooth ride, all thanks go to God for the journey so far.

What’s your relationship with fuji music star, K1 de Ultimate?

K1 de Ultimate is like my father, my big uncle and everything. He is someone I respect so much because of the age dif­ference between us, and I pray that God blesses me the way He has blessed him.

Who is the love of your life?

It is my baby o… (Laughter). She is the love of my life.

You are a pretty woman. You can’t tell us you don’t have anyone in your life?

Yes of course, after all it is not a taboo. I have someone but I don’t want to talk about him now. When it is time you will all know him.

What’s your child’s name?

Her name is Destiny Okikiola Oluwa­jomiloju Melaye.

How is your relationship with Honourable Melaye right now?

I don’t want to discuss it. It has become a thing of the past, and that is the way life turns out sometimes.

Don’t you sometimes wish that something positive happens to the relationship?

Everything is in the hands of God, and by the way, is it your business? All I know is that there is nothing God cannot do. Let me not lie to you, as a mother, it doesn’t matter how rich you are, if the father of your child doesn’t support you, it will affect you. So, if my child sees her dad it is always a good thing.

Hope her dad visits her regularly?

You don’t have to worry about that, she is doing fine. Take a look at her, isn’t she lovely? Anywhere my daughter goes, you see the mark of honour on her; she is a child of God.

As a mother, do you think your child is getting the necessary sup­port from her dad?

Yes, if that is what you want to hear.

Are you missing Melaye?

Is he my husband? And what kind of question is that? Whether I miss him or not is none of your business!