Jemima Osunde shot into limelight via the successful TV series ‘Shuga’. The talented actress who is also an undergraduate of Physiotherapy has revealed that she can never go completely nude in a movie, adding that it is against her personal values.
“I will never go completely nude in a scene. Never, ever, ever go completely nude in a scene. Not because of anything but because of my personal… I’m not trying to be holy, or my church would not like it. My church would definitely not like it and my parents would not like it, but because of Jemima. I’m not even thinking of anybody else, just me. It’s against who I am, it’s not what I would like or want to be known as – the actor who was completely naked on TV” she told The Sun.
When asked about her views on feminism, Jemima revealed that women empowerment is about individualization.
“I think empowerment is about individualization; it is about you as an individual. No one can come tell me that I’m not empowered because I’m a Nigerian woman. Come, try and find out if I’m empowered or not. I feel you are only limited to what you limit yourself to. You are only as big or as small as you think you are. I try not to create any boundaries for myself. I empower myself to the best of my ability and I really don’t think that there is anything that I’d want to do that anybody can stop me from doing as long as I want to do it”.