Yinka Davies, the Nigerian veteran singer, voice coach and actress, experienced something that most parents dread, losing her child. Her son, Jeremiah, died on January 29, 2021, at the age of 27.
In a new interview, the entertainer stated that though losing him was a tough experience for her, she was glad he had a fulfilled life.
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She said, “We are having his memorial today (January 29). It is a year today since we lost him. It has been a blessing and we thank God for grace to have fathered and mothered such a beautiful boy. It was tough but I thank God he lived (a fulfilled life).”
The actress who has maintained a trim figure over the years stated that she did not have any beauty routine.
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On what influenced her decision to become a stage actress, Davies said, “I guess it was because of the love I had for it. I just wanted to be a fine artist but I was too distracted because I was doing fine arts, theatre and dancing. I was enjoying it and I helped set up the stage too. So, it was just one time I said I wanted to be an actor. My journey has been a good one. I am grateful for the opportunity given to me to be part of people’s lives.”
Having spent over three decades in the entertainment industry, Davies noted that she had learnt to stay truthful, remain grateful and always be prayerful.
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