Fashion is pain, corset so corseted my soul-Bimbo Adeboye reveals hilarious struggle before she could slay in outfit (video)

Fashion is pain, corset so corseted my soul-Bimbo Adeboye reveals hilarious struggle before she could slay in outfit (video)

Getting fitted into her dress for the premiere of the film wasn’t quite as flawless and seamless as the acting for Bimbo Ademoye.

The 30-year-old actress shared a video of her struggle to fit into her ultra snatched white aso-oke corset dress for the premiere which held on September 25.

The 30-year-old actress shared a video of her struggle to fit into her ultra snatched white aso-oke corset dress for the premiere which held on September 25.

Sharing a video on her Instagram, Bimbo revealed all of the commotion that went on behind the scene before finally wearing her dress. She could neither sit nor squat in it and chucked it down to the price to be paid for fashion.

Getting fitted into her dress for the premiere of the film wasn’t quite as flawless and seamless as the acting for Bimbo Ademoye.

It’s no longer news that Kunle Afolayan’s Anikulapo hit Netflix on September 30 and has been receiving critical acclaim for the beautiful story and flawless interpretation by the lead actors, Bimbo Ademoye and Kunle Remi.

Before you come for me and say na by force? Pls, DON’T! It was a big night for me and I had to look good. The outfit wasn’t harmful at all, it was just uncomfortable. And you know what they say, fashion is pain.. Aso oke is not a breathable fabric, so Yh my corset so corseted my soul.

Recall that Actress Bimbo Ademoye has addressed the controversy surrounding the ‘Arolake character’ that she played in Kunle Afolayan’s new film Anikulapo.

Bimbo Ademoye has become a trending topic on social media since the release of the Anikulapo movie on the 30th of September 2022.

While some described BImbo Ademoye’s performance in the movie as “challenging and “well interpreted”

Others believed that Arolake deserved more and was not smart enough because she let herself become a victim instead of using the magical powder she gave to Saro after he “betrayed” her.

Responding to the different schools of thought, Bimbo took to Instagram hours ago to engage her followers in light banter, asking them to share thoughts about which character was actually the victim.

SHE WROTE: “GUYS QUICK ONE, WHO IS THE VICTIM? SARO OR AROLAKE? BECAUSE I’M SEEING SOME TWEETS SAYING FEAR WOMEN. FEAR WOMEN, FEAR WOMEN HOW? SO OVER TO YOU GUYS, IF YOU FEEL AROLAKE IS THE BAD GUY PLEASE COMMENT ‘FEAR WOMEN’. IF YOU THINK IT’S SARO PLEASE COMMENT ‘MEN ARE SCUM.’”

As expected, several celebrities and fans stormed the comment section of the post to share their thoughts. While some supported Arolake, others threw their weight behind Saro.

Toke Makinwa wrote: “You dey trust man? Adam? Adam?”

Responding to her statement, Kunle Remi wrote: “Adam no trust Eve? No be there wahala start?”

“Men are scum, Yoruba demon oshi,” actor Mofe Duncan added.

Comedian Mr Macaroni wrote: “Arolake wise, Saro overwise.”

Actress Idia Asien wrote: “Fear men but you shouldn’t have poured the powder away just keep it for yourself. Don’t worry we are looking for Saro, they didn’t beat him well in the film.”

Anikulapo is the story of Saro, (played by Kunle Remi) a traveling clothes weaver, who was beaten to death for having an affair with the Alaafin’s youngest wife named Arolake played by Bimbo.

A mystical bird brings him back to life, leaving behind a gourd with the power to raise the dead.

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