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In a new interview, Simi discusses motherhood, dealing with rumors, and why she left Nollywood. – Suga News

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It was thrilling because I’d never done anything like it before, so simply being in that position and assisting others on their trips was thrilling for me.

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It was thrilling because I’d never done anything like it before, so simply being in that position and assisting others on their trips was thrilling for me.

Simi explained how she went from being a baby girl to having her own child and dealing with the obligations of motherhood:

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It is not simple. But I believe it boils down to prioritizing and then committing to your goals, because the more essential things in your life you have, the less time you have to devote to them all. What’s key is to recognize that this is difficult before you begin so that it does not overwhelm you. My family is very important to me. I adore my daughter, my spouse, and music, so it’s just a matter of finding that balance and sticking to it.

Simi responded when asked if she is now back in Nigeria (she splits her time between living in Nigeria and living abroad):

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I didn’t move away. It’s back and forth. I’m here for work, I’m there for work. I’m here for vibes, I’m there for vibes. So just tell me where it’s at and I’ll be there.

On dealing with rumors and correcting false statements about herself, Simi said:

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If it’s about correcting things, I just feel like the public believes whatever makes them happiest. So regardless of what you say – for example if someone said “Simi is a boy” and I go “No I’m a girl”, they’ll be like “what would you say before?” – so they’re just going to always respond. At the end of the day, they just want to be right. They don’t care that you’re right or that you know better so I really do not care about correcting any notions.

The majority of the time, the issues I’m most passionate about have nothing to do with myself. It’s not like I’m going through some type of personal ordeal. It’s just that when I see others around me who don’t have the same platform as me, I feel compelled to speak up.

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People are going to speak regardless, and I don’t want to be perceived as someone who just goes with the flow or does what everyone else does. I’m not conceited, and I have no idea how to be.

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