Adediwura Becky Adesegha also known as Blark Gold or Adediwura Gold is an household name to most lovers of Yoruba Nollywood arm of Nigeria movie industry, home and abroad.
She is not only a screen goddess but also one of the very few, most beautiful, dark-skinned actresses flaunting their natural complexion in a world where most celebrities tone their skins in order to turn heads and remain relevant.
The curvy, dark-skinned, tall, pretty and busty thespian gifted with a set of white, shiny teeth a perfect example of ‘Eyin mu Enu mo,’ to my Yoruba folks. Meaning the teeth brightens the mouth. Adediwura is an epitome of African beauty.
The delectable movie star was born on March, 20, 1978. She is Yoruba; a major ethnic group in Nigeria and has been in the movie industry since 2008. She studied the English Language at the Lagos State University (LASU).
She has featured in Many Yoruba indigenous movies alongside Regina Chukwu, Liz da Silva, Funke Adesiyan, all of whom have been best of friends from time they have both featured in movies produced by one another.
The nature of glowy skin which she has always been proud of earn her, her stage name ‘Blark Gold.‘
Adediwura Gold is a single mother of one. She was divorced in 2007, a year before she joined the Movie industry and has remained that way until she announced her engagement in August 2019 to a man only known as ‘Mr. Moo’.
The Nollywood actress stirred the media in 2015 when she granted an interview with Vanguard Newspaper, claiming she could have sex every day as she loves it.
The Yoruba actress, expressed her feeling concerning her big boobs, saying she can’t imagine what life would have been like if she had not been blessed with big boobs.
The single mother recalling her most unforgettable romantic experience, Black Gold revealed that the most unforgettable moment in her life was the one spent with father of her only son, couple of years back that led to her losing her virginity as a woman.
Laughing, she stated as matter of fact, “My most unforgettable romantic experience was on a St Valentine’s Day when my pride as a lady went down the lagoon – I was deflowered!” she quipped “I can never forget that experience because it was a great turning point in my life and I smile each time I remember because it was earned by the father of my child” she stated in an interview with VANGUARD.
Besides being an actress, Adediwura Becky Adesegha is also a philanthropist and the founder of a Non-Governmental Organization known as “Giving Is Fun” foundation; aimed at empowering widows.