Nollywood actress, Annie Idibia has advised people to not allow themselves to be involved in social media glam and vanity.
Annie jumped on her Instagram to share how despite being able to afford so many things, she still doesn’t go beyond her means.
According to her, she does that because she is a contented woman and she wishes for young Nigerians to be the same.
Her words, “Sometimes I Get Really Scared And Nervous About The Future …
Most Times I Am Grateful For The Present And Very Optimistic About The “Future” .
Facing And Conquering My Fears Everyday!
Honestly… I Am Blessed With Almost All I Ever Needed .. Even Though I Do Not Have All I Want!! But I Am A Content Woman, I Buy What I Can Afford, Go On Vacations I Can Afford .. Won’t Break My Account For Vanity!! Never!!(i am an extremely prudent woman) Growing Up I Have Always Learnt “to cut my coat according to my size” And Till Today,I Still Do That
I Believe There’s Time For Everything… Please Don’t Let Social Media, It’s Glam And Vanity RUSH You, Rub You Of Your Self-love And Value
May The Universe Bless You.. Love, AMI.”
Annie Macaulay–Idibia (born 13 November 1984) is a Nigerian, model, presenter and actress. She was nominated in the “Best Supporting Actress” category at the 2009 Best of Nollywood Awards.
Annie was born in Ibadan but is originally from Eket in Akwa Ibom State. She moved to Lagos with her mother after the divorce of her parents. She holds a degree in Computer Science and Theatre Arts after completing undergraduate courses at Lagos State University and the University of Lagos respectively.
Prior to the start of Annie Macaulay–Idibia’s acting career, she competed at the “Queen of All Nations Beauty Pageant” where she placed runner-up and she also went on feature in a cameo appearance on the music video of 2face Idibia’s “African Queen” song.
Her Nollywood career came to limelight for her role in the movies titled Pleasure and Crime and Blackberry Babes.