Let’s highlight the fact for once and all that Ghanaian/Nollywood actress, Juliet Ibrahim is one of the most influential celebrities in Africa. She has literally put her entire personal life in the public eye just to convey the powerful messages to all the masses.
Juliet wrote a whole book titled ‘A Toast to Life’ based on her life’s painful experiences which made her the way she is now. The actress has witnessed worst heartbreaks, a war between seven countries, scandals, rape and molestation cases and etc. However, unlike others she never let those horrible incidents come in the way of her success. After releasing the book, she has been exclusively interviewed by numerous famous TV channels as she has become a star for all the legit reasons. However, her interviews are not like typically about the book only instead she highlights the aspects (mentioned in her book) in detail.
For now, according to Adom TV Live Streaming reports, Juliet Ibrahim has highlighted one of the most painful aspects of her life in the latest interview with the host, Delay in her much-hyped show ‘The Delay Show’. She talked about how her father left her when she needed him the most. She was only 18 back in 2003 when her father left her family and all the responsibilities of her household on her shoulders as she is the eldest child. Not only this, she was very attached to her father too so she used to look for the lost love in the men of his age. Juliet lamented the fact that her father was the first man who broke her heart into pieces.
While talking exclusively about the matter, Juliet told Delay, “I was 18 years when my dad left me. We lost contact with him. It affected me a lot because I had to grow up very fast and take up a lot of responsibilities because he was not around. We were very close and I used to like my dad a lot so I just felt a whole lot of disappointment. It was my first heartbreak from a man and it really made me start looking for comfort in someone else or anybody that is older.”
However, despite all Juliet Ibrahim never let this tragedy come in her way and make her less strong or confident. She took the responsibility of her household and made the best of it. She became very mature in her early twenties and that’s one of the reasons she is an influential celebrity now. If you haven’t got your hands on ‘A Toast to Life’ then you are missing out a great deal.
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