I Battled With Encephalopathy For A Year- Bisola Badmus Reveals As She Marks 40th Birthday

Popular Yoruba actress and filmmaker, Bisola Badmus has taken to her official social media handle to share a video of herself praising God as she thanked him for life while celebrating her birthday.

The dark-skinned actress noted that she’s thankful for another amazing year to celebrate her new age in sound health, adding that for over a year she has been battling with a health issue called Encephalopathy.

Bisola affirmed that she can’t wish the illness on her enemy and that it was a tough one that made her stay off social media for a long time(a year).

She stated that in between her health condition, she lost her mother, thanking the unquestionable God for making her witness another new year.

Badmus also thanked God for keeping her alive till this moment. She noted that she would be an ungrateful soul if she failed to appreciate the amazing people who stood by her during her trying times, mentioning her family, friends, colleagues in the movie industry, business associates, and the brands she represents, thanking them for all that they have done.

Bisola further prayed that we shall all live long.

This video triggered reactions online as fans and celebrities thanked God for a speedy recovery.

Top celebrities like Toyin Abraham, Kemi Korede, Omowunmi Ajiboye, Bimbo Oshin, Mercy Aigbe, and many others sent love emojis.

Encephalopathy is a disease that affects the brain. It occurs when there’s a change in the way the brain functions. Those changes lead to a distorted mental state, leaving one not to behave the way one normally does.

The last few years haven’t been rosy for Bisola Badmus as she lost both parents to the cold hands of death. 

Her father died on May 11, 2020, and her mother died in January 2023. She has been through rough times but her son, Malik Marshall(K1 De Ultimate’s son), and the good people around her as kept her moving.

Happy 40th birthday to her.

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