Hypocrisy is one of the things that are peculiar with Nigerian entertainers, the female folks in particular. But one actress who is usually blunt about her emotions is Tamilore Ojo, an Ibadan-based Yoruba movie actress c*m producer.
Unlike many of her colleagues, Tamilore, who produced the movie titled Alapa, confessed that her love for s ex is second to none. She also explained why she dumped journalism with Tribune Newspaper for acting.
In her words, “s ex is a normal thing between two adults, and it’s biblical that we should be having it with our loved ones before we have babies. s ex to me is a thing I do with someone I love and not like, and it’s something I love doing, because I know I’m very good at it. I’m not someone that will shy away from reality, so I will tell you my mind.”
Tamilore, who is currently producing another film entitled Aida, has more to say about s ex. Hear her: “I can say that I’m perfect in love making, but don’t forget I said I love doing it with someone I love. s ex is spiritual. As long as my partner wants it, I give it to him.
“I love s ex because it makes me feel cool and relaxed. I could as well relax without having s ex, but s ex cools the mind. What drives me crazy in the process depends on the way my man handles me. Honestly, what turns me crazy is the way my man responds to s ex.”
The s exy actress was a journalist with Tribune Newspaper, but resigned in 2010 to concentrate on her first love –acting.
“I left (Tribune) because I couldn’t cope with my job then. Journalism is a big tasking job that requires full attention on its own, so also acting. I find it difficult then to combine both together. I had to leave one for the other. Acting gives me more happiness,”she noted.