Beverly Osu, a well-known Nigerian actress and model, has opened up about why she was expelled from the convent as a reverend sister.
Speaking in an interview on the “Tea With Tay” podcast, which was monitored by 1Family Radio, Beverly revealed her parents sent her to the convent due to her obstinacy.
“My family first said, This girl is very stubborn; let us throw in there, and I just said okay,’’ Beverly said.
She said that she ultimately got kicked out as a result of her participation in extracurricular endeavors, including performing secular music and taking part in theatrical productions, particularly one in which she played Lucifer.
Beverly claimed that the administrators at the institution did not inform her that she had been expelled but rather instructed her to move on and continue on with the ministry of the Lord elsewhere.
“It is a secondary school “Daughter of Divine Love,” but you register as being a sister or not. But my family chose a reverend sister for me, so I had to follow the path, but they expelled me.’’
“Till today, I still have small resentment, like, ‘Why would they expel me?’ But then, I used to play secular music; I was the drum prefect, and I used to do stage plays,’’ she said.
“Some girls woke up and said after the stage play, they were seeing me in their dreams, and I am a witch because I played Lucifer.’’
“They expelled me because they said I was doing the most with the band, with the stage play, and with not sleeping on my bed. They asked me to go and continue God’s work somewhere else. They did not want to say it was expulsion but gave me a letter never to come back,’’ she narrated.