I Am A Beautiful Woman, Jemima Osunde Boasts As She Stuns In A Nude Corset


Nollywood actress Jemima Osunde could not help praising herself as she showcased her cleavage in a beautiful nude corset and black jeans for a series of snaps shared to Instagram.

Jemima Osunde

For the pictures posted on Wednesday, the “Shuga” star wore her hair in waves down her shoulders and opted for neutral makeup with a touch of yellow eyeshadow.

Wearing a gold wristwatch and bracelet with bright red nail extensions, the Physiotherapist could not help praising herself as she made it clear in her caption that she was not “feeling humble”

“I am a beautiful woman. This is my caption please. I’m not feeling very humble this morning. Best regards.”

Jemima Osunde

This comes after the Jemima  revealed that she lied about her age for several years for professional reasons.

“Yeah, I get that everywhere I go. Everywhere. For the longest time, I didn’t tell anyone my age at work,” she said in a recent interview.

“It was all speculation. No one actually knew how old I was. I’m 23 by the way, I only turned 23 [in 2021] and I only announced it because it was very intentional.

“But for the longest time, because of what I look like, even when people assumed I was 25 or 26 which is older than I am, they still treated me like I was a baby. So even finding out now, my real age is like a trigger for them.

“Like okay we were given her the tip of the iceberg before, now just pour the whole mountain on her. And it’s annoying because I feel like age should not be a factor to limit you for anything.

Jemima Osunde

“Imagine I didn’t say my age and imagine I didn’t look how old I look. Imagine I looked like a 30 year old or whatever, would you disrespect everything I’ve been able to amount for myself? Or accomplish? I feel like it’s basically the way the society in this part of the world, I won’t limit it to Nigeria, Africa as a whole, this cultural factor of “if I’m older than you I can get away with anything. I can do whatever I want, you have to be under me.”

Jemima Osunde

“In the professional world, I might have come across as rude to a lot of people because if you come into my daddy’s house as my daddy’s friend, I will even kneel down to greet you out of respect. But in the professional world, if we’re on set and we have the hierarchy of what is supposed to work, or even in the hospital or wherever I find myself, if it’s a professional environment, I like to keep it as professional as possible. “So it really triggers me when people try to disrespect me or belittle me or downgrade the work that I put in because of my age. It’s a trigger for me. I’m sure it’s probably a trigger for anyone else out there who’s young. It really gets on my nerve.

“Also because when you now try to speak for yourself, or stand up for yourself, you come across as the rude little girl on set. So it’s just like fire and pouring fuel in it.”




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