I Wasn’t Ashamed – Nse Ikpe-Etim Opens Up On How She Felt When She Realized She Couldn’t Bear Children
Nse Ikpe-Etim, a famous Nollywood actress, opens up about her worst heartbreak, which has to do with her inability to bear a child.
The 47-year-old actress previously stated that she had her womb removed as a result of a medical problem that threatened her life.
In an interview with Chude Jideonwo, Nse Ikpe-Etim explained that the decision did not make her feel ashamed but rather inept.
“Finding out I couldn’t have children didn’t make me feel ashamed. I felt inadequate. I felt inadequate as a woman but not ashamed, which was because of how I was brought up.
Where I’m from we don’t tie shame to ourselves. Where I was brought up, we live through life fully,” she said.
On being open to adoption, Nse said: “You never say never, but right now, my husband and I are just dog parents. People should be allowed to live, my husband and I are okay right now.”
Watch the video below.
See how netizens reacted to the feeling of her inability to give birth to children of her own. Ghgossip culled some reactions below.
mzz_anastasia wrote: Exceptional lady. May you continue to be happy in all things.
I had this to say: I absolutely love, love NSE! I always thought she was brilliant, but this, this woman is exceptional! She’s so in touch with her core and I love to see it!
Halle_aby commented, "I love her with a passion." She is one unique angel. When I heard her story some years ago, I just connected. She is a beautiful and special soul. ❤️
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