Yetunde Aderigbe, a Nollywood actress, said to Potpourri in an interview that she came into acting for a variety of bad reasons, but that she has since made a U-turn to embrace lofty objectives in her chosen profession. ” My path in the industry has been somewhat amusing because I first entered for the wrong reasons. I used to be a clout seeker who only wanted to be well-known. “I came into acting to get more money from guys,” she explained, “but as I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized it has to be about passion and purpose.”
Yetunde Aderibigbe’s journey into the realm of make-believe began in 2009, when she was tutored for two years on a platform owned by Omogoriola Hassan (Neehas Production). She then took a hiatus to give birth to her child before returning to finish her studies under Dele Ogundipe. She has established herself as a future star by appearing in a number of blockbuster films throughout the years. Among them are Kunle Afod’s First Blood, Yemi Terry’s Sister Sister, My Experience and I, and Ile Oge’s Ile Oge.