Biodun Okeowo’s daughter gets surprise message from Mercy Aigbe on her birthady

Biodun Okeowo’s daughter gets surprise message from Mercy Aigbe on her birthady

Actress Biodun Okeowo’s daughter, Victoria Boluwatife is a year older today and has gotten a birthday shout out from actress Mercy Aigbe.

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“Happy birthday my love IFE .. mummy’s bestie .. May you forever have cause to celebrate in Jesus mighty Name! @officialomoborty give her a big hug for me! Tell her I love her muchos” Mercy Aigbe wrote on Instagram.

The birthday shout out is coming months after Victoria Boluwatife revealed she is not friends with Michelle Gentry (Mercy Aigbe’s daughter) and Priscillia Ojo (Iyabo Ojo’s daughter).

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On why she is not friends with the daughters of her mum’s colleagues, Victoria had said “I don’t have any, because I don’t go out and it is only when I go out I can meet and make friends with them….I have learnt that all that glitters is not gold. I have learnt to workhard and be independent because people can fail you. So, when you are hardworking and put everything before God then things will work perfectly at the end of the day. I also learnt not to go with the crowd, so I don’t follow a trend. I am a very simple person and enjoy my life that way.

Also, unlike the daughters of her mum’s colleagues, Biodun Okeowo’s daughter, Victoria Boluwatife revealed she doesn’t have access to any social media account.

In a recent chat with City People, the teenager had this to say “She always makes us understand things before she does them right from day one. She already told us this is a particular age, we would get to before she would allow us to start doing some certain things and it is okay for us so I don’t feel uncomfortable with what is happening because I was already aware of it before it started, she talks to I and my brother a lot about things.

 

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Yes, it still comes down to what I said earlier, the way Mrs. A will treat and train her daughter is definitely different from how Mrs. B will train her daughter, so the fact that many of my mum’s colleagues daughters have Instagram pages doesn’t mean I should have too. It is normal for people to have different ways of raising their kids, the most important thing is for parents to be able to provide the basic needs with every child needs which my brother and I are not lacking in any way. So every other thing is secondary, so I am happy, I am not on social media, that will happen at the right now, I am super proud with the way she has raised us.

I feel that will come at the right time, she already said when I am 18 years I can do all that, so there is no point rushing when I still have a lot ahead of me.”

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