A man Fondled my boobs to confirm if they are real – Actress Seun Omojola

A man Fondled my boobs to confirm if they are real – Actress Seun Omojola

Nollywood actress and producer, Seun Omojola, has revealed how awkward she feels most times in public due to the size of her breasts.

A man Fondled my boobs to confirm if they are real – Actress Seun Omojola

The actress opened up to Sunday Scoop in a chat on how a man once touched her breast in the market place to feel if they were real

She said:

“When I go to the market, especially Yaba Market, I get a lot of unpleasant comments from the traders, which make me uncomfortable. There was a day a man touched my breast to know if it was real; it was annoying.”

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She also stated that while growing up, she was often the centre of attention as her peers had smaller breasts.

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“At some point as a kid, I was confused because I didn’t understand why my breasts were bigger than those of my peers. But as grew older, I became comfortable with who I am.”

However, according to the actress, who plays a leading role in the new movie, Funke, her physique has been a blessing to her career.

She said:

“I get a lot of compliments on my breasts. If you go to my YouTube page, you will see different comments. God gave them to me; so, I’m going to flaunt them.”

Omojola, however, maintained that she could not go nude for any amount. She stated:

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“There are roles you play in Nigeria and it takes away all the things you’ve worked for.

As a people, I don’t think we are ready for people acting in the nude. If it were to be in Hollywood, it could a different thing. But if you act nude in Nigeria, you will be insulted and it may affect your marriage or prevent you from getting a husband.”

 

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