Some know her as a Nigerian movie actress (Dazzling Mirage, Tinsel and many more), some as a journalist, others as a Television presenter but Kemi Adetiba presents her as a King Woman and a King Woman she truly is.
Below, watch the first part of the emotional story of this King Woman. It’s not emotional because it is a sad story, but then no one can say it is not a sad story. The strength of this King Woman is that, then or now (as one can tell by how she tells her story), she does not focus on the negatives or the struggles or the challenges. She acknowledges them and she let’s us know how she got past it.
Like she says in the interview, after every fire that she went through, she comes out more refined and more composed. At the end of this part of the interview she is recounting her courtship with her late husband, Tom Lycett. We see what a true relationship is supposed to be support, partnership and trust and she redefines all of our #RelationshipGoals.
We can speak on about it but again it’s the wisdom of Kemi Adetiba to go behind the scenes and stay behind the scenes. She doesn’t interrupt as the story unfolds. The video might be 24 minutes long but Mrs. Ajayi-Lycett pulls you into her life such that you experience the moments as if you lived it too.