They are beautiful; they make your screens beautiful and have large fans following.
With their natural frontal endowments they have made men drool over them. In the same vein, they have got people saying all sorts about them especially on their breasts.
Who are they? slickson unveils to you, these delectable Nollywood Yoruba actresses—Ronke Odusanya; Ronke Ojo-Anthony; Foluke Daramola-Salako and Funke Adesiyan—whose natural endowments have thrust them to limelight.
“It pains me because there is a whole lot to me than just the boobs and entertainment,” said actress Foluke Daramola-Salako.
She said, “I am an intellectual. I am one person who relate with education, but unfortunately or fortunately, I will say people just think about Foluke and the next thing they think about are my boobs. I count it as an asset and I have grown to just appreciate it the way it is.”The intelligent mother of two would prefer fans to see more than the big boobs.
The same goes for Ronke Ojo-Anthony aka Ronke Oshodi Oke who sees her boobs as a source of blessing to her career. Asked if her big boobs have caused her any embarrassment and she said, “Before now, I get ashamed of them. But I later began to see the beautiful side and stopped hiding them because they fit me. People appreciate my boobs and I also love it. My boobs are one of the things that brought me to limelight in the movie industry.”
Are her boobs her selling point?
She replied, “Yes, they are and apart from that it is one part of my body I cherish most.”
Buxom Ronke Odusanya aka Flakky Ididowo (she is lucky to be blessed behind too), revealed that her boobs size has earned her the name, Cowbell.
As a matter of fact, Funke Adesiyan was rumoured to have had a breast enlargement surgery due to the increase in her boobs.
She said, “People say I have a provocative figure but I did not create myself. When I was younger, people used to taunt me and I would cry. Over time, I have come to love my body irrespective of whether I have unusually large breasts or buttocks. When I walk on the streets of Lagos, men look at me in a seductive manner but I don’t care as long as I am not indecently dressed. In fact, some people scream obscenities at me. Some call me Cowbell and I either laugh it off or just ignore them.”
The actress, who is single but once dated actor Saheed Balogun, was miffed at the breast enlargement rumour and said, “I still wonder where such stories came out from, I am sure it might have emanated from some jobless people who see nothing else about me but my melons. It is not true of course; it’s an imagination of the person that carried the rumour. My melons are the same, no increase, and no decrease, just normal as usual.”