Blood sisters is a Nigerian movie which was produced in the year 2003. It is all about two blood sisters, 'Gloria' character portrayed by Omotola J Ekeinde and 'Esther' portrayed by Genevieve Nnaji, growing up within poverty where egocentric dreams and jealousy become the primary issue in their family.
Gloria was the sheep of the family, she was gold hearted and loved her sister Esther regardless of how evil Esther had been towards her. They say the kindness you give others always has a way of coming back to you. Gloria got blessed with a good husband and two kids; Adaobi and Junior.
As a result of jealousy, Esther ended up killing her sister by giving her poisoned oranges. After killing her, she took her husband and mistreated her kids. Adaobi and her little brother; Junior were struggling and abused in such a way that even their naive father had no enough power to protect them against their evil aunt; Esther.
Well, the character of Adaobi was played by Chelsea Oguejiofor who was about 9 years of age by then (2003). This actress is now in her late twenties as of now in 2021. Almost everyone got impressed by her massive acting skills as a kid, the movie Blood sisters made her famous and recognisable.
Chelsea is still within acting industry, however, she no longer gets that much recognition from fans, some aren't even able to recognise her that she's Adaobi because she has grown into a woman, she's no longer that little girl.
Check out her recent pictures below, she has indeed grown:
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