Big Brother Naija star, Uriel, has drawn reaction with her latest off to the gym wear. She used her most recent post on social media to showcase her beauty to her fans.
Uriel is someone who loves to show off her beauty on social media, and she has done it again by appearing in a crop top and leggings.
She came up with pictures of herself in a gorgeous looking hairdo that enhanced her beauty. She applied nicely done makeup to her face that matched the color of her skin. She put on sneakers as she took the pictures in different postures. And white also looks good on her.
Since her participation in the Big Brother Naija reality TV show, she has established herself as a well-known figure among her fans on social media, which has helped her achieve more fame.
Meanwhile, Ms Uriel Oputa have opened up about a four-year-long condition that may hinder her from having children.
She discussed this personal details of her life during a recent conversation with media personality, Hero Daniels.
The 35-year-old singer revealed her struggle with Amenorrhea — a medical condition characterized by the absence of menstruation during the reproductive years spanning puberty to menopause.
Uriel described this period as the most challenging phase of her life and highlighted that doctors had informed her that conceiving a child might not be possible.
In her words,
“Before I decided to embark on a health journey, I had health challenges. One of them was that I didn’t see my period for four years. And I remember going to the doctors in the UK, and they told me that there was a high possibility that I would never be able to have children. That time, my niece was two years old and I remember leaving the office thinking, ‘Oh! I will never be able to have a child.’
“I went into a state of depression. I was so depressed that I couldn’t watch kids on TV. I hated going past schools or parks because I would be reminded constantly that I may not be able to be a mother. So, it reached a point where I said, ‘Okay, if I can’t be a mother, I would have my niece as mine.’ And that is why, till today, we [my niece and I] are very close because she looks at me as a second mother.”