Nigerian Actress and producer, Ruth Kadiri has welcomed a baby into the world today and is doing okay.
The actress is married to Mr Ezerika whom she married in November 2018.
Ruth Kadiri joins the likes of Toyin Abraham and Ronke Odusanya who also became mothers this month.
We don’t know the sex of the baby, but it’s enough that both mother and child are doing fine.
Outspoken and bold, Ruth Kadiri has been a role model for young actresses trying to break into Nollywood and is constantly trying to give advise about how to make it in a cutthroat industry. She back in June, advised newcomers into the scene to make sure they have relationships before coming into fame because finding real people and building proper relationships becomes ever so difficult once the fame hits.
In an Instagram post, she said: “Dear upcoming actresses while you struggle to build up your career if you are one of those who would eventually want to settle down, learn to build a relationship side by side. It’s hard but try. Don’t wait till you are a star. Fame is a mirage, you do not know when it will come. When it eventually does, time might not be your friend anymore…story of most Nollywood actresses,”
Ruth Kadiri has also had to deal with her fair share of drama as a small spat between her and Pascal Atuga showed. The movie director had claimed in an interview that many of the female actresses were prostitutes as Nollywood was controlled by pimps.
Kadiri didn’t take kindly to this as she believes she climbed up the ladder by her own merit.
In an Instagram post directed at the movie practitioner, she wrote: “A lot of us work too hard to be placed into a general category and insulted by a practitioner.
“Mr Pascal, I am not a prostitute. I do not sleep with men for money or lifestyle… I feel offended.
“I am an actress and a producer, I am successful and I am not a prostitute Sir, if you have nothing to say please don’t grant interviews slamming us all and generalizing based on the lifestyle of a few. It’s very wrong. Pascal Atuma.”
Congratulations on the birth of the baby and we hope for continued good news from her camp.