Books can be pretty interesting, almost as interesting as movies. So of course female celebrities had to use it a way to tell us their stories.
In Nigeria, being a celebrity means you’ll have a lot of fans who really just want to know what’s up with their favorites. But some female celebrities have been able to crack it and decided to add author to their CVs. Not only do they get that money (very important) but they also tell their side of the story.
Here are a few female celebrities you probably didn’t know are authors as well:
1. Omoni Oboli, The Stars Are Ageless
The actress and movie producer gave us a memoir earlier this year. It addressed the controversies that have followed her the past few years and family too.
Omoni did a great job with it and we’re wondering if we’ll get another one…
2. Laura Ikeji, How To Make Money On Instagram
Instagram influencer and younger sister of Linda Ikeji wrote a book and we loved it! If you ever wondered how to use Instagram better then this is for you.
3. Betty Irabor, Dust To Dew
Yessss! This book is so important especially now that we’re beginning to talk about mental health. Betty Irabor uses herself as an example and talks all things mental health.
4. Toke Makinwa, On Becoming
C’mon on, how could you not know our favorite baby girl for life is an author too? LOL! Her book is a memoir where she tells her side of the story.
5. Jane Michael Ekanem, April The 29th
The celebrity stylist gave us a book where she talks being an entrepreneur, surviving the depression and almost bankruptcy. It’s certainly a look at how different things are when you’re on the inside.
6. Chika Ike – Boss Up
Chika Ike released her own book titled, “Boss Up” and according to her, it just might be the key to getting to know her better.