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Nollywood Star Bamidele Adunke A.K.A G Money Interview….

Nollywood Star Bamidele Adunke A.K.A G Money Interview…. had an Exclusive interview session with Nollywood actress and producer, Bamidele Adunke A.K.A G Money. The ever lively and fun to be with was so full of life and it’s quite obvious that she has a burning desire for what she’s doing.
She’s in the company of her cute son, Juwon, during the interview and its crystal clear that she cant go no where without the cute young lad…Enjoy it……………

Tell us about yourself?
i am Bamidele Adunke, born on the 5th of Dec, 1978. Originally from Ondo state and my parent names are Otunba and Mrs Bamidele Cosmos Akinmarin. I’m the first child from them and i have great younger ones and a Son. I went to Olabisi Onabanjo university but wasn’t privileged to finish before i finally moved to where my heart wants which is the movie industry.

Are you easy to talk to?

Aww i’m so very easy to communicate with. I’m just too simple.

How do you handle stress and pressure?

Well, my work is stressful but with passion for it, i go on with it. I don’t even see it as stress anymore.

What motivates you?

People like Fathia Balogun and Funke Akindele motivates me

How do you evaluate success?

Being successful is how people sees you as a person. What you have done in their life, at least when they are somewhere, such people can always remember the name called Bamidele Adunke, that’s what i see as being successful.

What has been the greatest disappointment in your life?’s being betrayed and stabbed by someone you appreciate the most.

What are you passionate about?

smiles…My Son

What are your pet peeves?

I cant handle lies around me

What do people most often criticize about you?

Smiles..most can only say i am too blunt, no matter who you are, if i dont like how u talk, i will definitely tell you my mind.

When was the last time you were angry? What happened?

Smiles..i get angry anytime i see something that will piss me off. I don’t have a specific time.

Whats your best Automobile and your dream Car?

I love nice cars o..smiles.. i currently drive a Toyota Camry 2008 model and am so in love with it because its fast, cool and if i’m getting a new car now, its gonna be a SUV..smiles..

Who is your best foreign Artist? what do you like about him/her?

my best is Shahrukh Khan and reasons is, he act so real and delivers so well. I learn t a lot from him.

What are your fantasies?

Living in a comfortable home with great peace around me.

What do you find as the most difficult decisions to make?

My most difficult decision to make is when it pertain to my son e.g i cant travel out without my son, i cant leave my son with just anybody, if he has to go somewhere and I’m not there, it gives me loads of thinking to decide.

What is your greatest strength?

God is my greatest strength..

Describe a typical work week?

taking care of my kid, making sure my shop is alright, taking care of the house and still have to move out to hustle, getting back home to help my son with his assignment.

How would you describe the pace at which you work?

I work with my heart and head.

What type of work environment do you prefer?

Peaceful environment.

Describe a time when your workload was heavy and how you handled it?

I’ve always handle my work loads no matter how tough it is. I get my peace on when I’m in bed

What your fans should expect from you?

simply always the best from me. I’m working on a new movie, Aso Akisa, and it’s gonna be great and i remain Loyal to them all….Love always.

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  1. Kym said

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  2. Kym said

    Nice1, sky is the beginning for GMoney. Keep the good work going, God is your strength and my regards to Juwon..One love

  3. Sasso

    I would love to see any of Cyprian Ekwensi’s works on screen. Hey, let us know if Nollywood comes knkonicg. @Toks, I think you have an excellent point about production value. It is really the number one issue facing the industry today. However, I’m seeing more Nollywood movies being produced with international casts and better production behind them and in Abuja half the movie screens in local theaters are dedicated to Nollywood movies. There is a growing distinction in the industry between high-value movies shown in theaters and lower-value films that go straight to DVD. Plus, we do have bestsellers here that would be perfect for adaptation already not just the African Writers Series books. If we’re looking for better stories, they are already being written. As for finding the most effective marketing strategies and battling piracy to get more money back to the content creators, that’s a problem all over the world. But it’s not a question of if these issues will be resolved, only when. And I know that people like you will be part of the solution.

  4. Adeyemi Adedigba

    Nice interview and so lovely, keep the good work up

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