Tattoos make dark girls look dirty—Amanda Ebeye

By: www.vanguard.ngr
Amanda Ebeye
Actress Amanda Ebeye

Beautiful and dark skinned actress, Amanda Ebeye, who featured in her maiden movie, Weeping Tiger in 2007, after several exploits in soap operas, knows on what side her bread is buttered.

Unlike many of her colleagues, Amanda hates tattoos and believes it is rather unsightly on a girl of her colour.

“I don’t like them. I am a dark skinned girl and so far I have only admired tattoos on lighter skinned people. I feel tattoos make people of my skin tone look dirty, so, I have never fancied it on myself” Amanda Ebeye said.

The actress shocked everyone a couple of years ago when the news filtered out that she had given birth to a son in faraway Canada out of wedlock. The shock got bigger still when Amanda revealed some unsavoury details about the father of her son.

“I did not marry the father of my child because he is not my husband and he is not meant to be. I could have been in the most useless relationship right now if I wanted.

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"But I told myself instead of giving my son this shameless pretender and liar of a man as a father, I would take care of him and he will be fine,” she had said.

Actress Amanda Mike-Ebeye born on April 30, 1986 is also a part-time model. She is known for her roles in Clinic Matters and Super Story.  

Amanda Ebeye is from the Agbor tribe of Delta State. She is a graduate of International Studies and Diplomacy from Benson Idahosa University.

In a 2013 interview documented by Information Nigeria, Amanda Ebeye revealed that as a professional actress, she can go naked on set for $50 million.

Some of the movies the multiple award winning actress has featured in are Burning Tears, Heat of the Moment, Dangerous Angels As Carol, The Pastor's Daughter, Desire, My Last Wedding and Keep My Love.