Yoruba actress Kiitan Bukola acquires a Multi-Million Naira car
Hours after lamenting being trolled for sharing her sexual molestation story, Nollywood actress Oloruntimilehin Bukola popularly known as Kiitan, has unveiled her new car.
The actress took to her Instagram page to flaunt her multi-million Naira car, saying she has every reason to be happy, referring to the new whip as her baby.
Sharing photos of the car, she wrote: I have reason to be happy , welcome home baby. added Eku ile adele ba ire.
Reacting her colleagues in the Yoruba Nollywood genre took to the comment section to congratulate her.
funmiawelewa wrote: Congratulations baby
mimisola_daniels wrote: Congratulations dear
seiilat wrote: Congratulations sis
kayodepeters1 wrote: Congratulations Kitan. Massive.
FLvibe News recalls that Kiitan, who recently produced a movie about her rape story, urged victims to speak out regardless of when the incident occurred also said she wished she met her rapist before he died.
Revealing how the rapist was killed, Bukola, in an interview, said, “When I told my rape story on social media, I found out that the guy had died. I was told he was killed during a robbery. I was hoping to meet him and I would have paid him back for what he did to me,”
On the effect of the ugly incidence of rape on her, she said, “I cannot remember what age I started taking alcohol but I started drinking beer in secondary school. My mom did not know about this habit and my father did not live with us. Drinking is an addiction for me. I find it difficult to make love without getting high, because of my rape ordeal. That way, I can do whatever I want. Also, I have to really share a close bond with my partner before I can get intimate. Sometimes, I feel irritated, angry and paranoid for no reason.
I still get flashes from the incident. I can picture his face clearly. However, I am really trying my best to stop my drinking habit. People close to me know that I always have (alcoholic) drinks around me. I did not want to tell anyone my story at that time because of the fear of being stigmatised or ridiculed. That was what prompted me to make a movie about my experience 23 years later. I want victims to have the courage to speak out. The incident happened at Oke Bola in Ado Ekiti.”