“I wanted to be a Reverend sister but I was expelled from the convent” – Beverly Osu

“I wanted to be a Reverend sister but I was expelled from the convent” – Beverly Osu

In the latest episode of “Tea With Tay,” Temisan engages in a conversation with Beverly Osu, an actress who revealed that she wanted to be a Reverend sister but was expelled from the convent.

During the interview, Beverly Osu delves into her early years, recounting her experiences as a student in a convent school and the eventual expulsion due to her passionate involvement in various creative pursuits.

Nigerian actress, Beverly Osu.

Beverly Osu reminisces about her notable appearances in music videos like Ice Prince’s “Oleku” and Kizz Daniel’s “Madu.”

She also shares her journey in the world of Nollywood and her unwavering determination to one day grace the prestigious Oscars stage.

Taking a trip down memory lane, Beverly revisits her Big Brother Africa journey, recounting her audition, time spent in the house, and the aftermath of the show.

In a revealing moment, she opens up about her upbringing, highlighting the love in her family despite the challenges.

She discloses that her parents separated when she was around 8 or 9 years old, leading to a broken home.

Beverly shares how the decision to live with her mother was made, despite her initial desire to stay with her father.

Beverly also touches upon her rebellious teenage years, which prompted family members to suggest a convent school for her secondary education.

However, her spirited nature eventually led to her expulsion from the school, even though she maintains that she was simply enjoying her teenage years and actively participating in various school activities.

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