Bimbo Ademoye says “Jenifa’s Diary” is one of Nollywood’s most influential shows.

Ademoye also views Funke Akindele as a Nollywood legend due to her achievements.

Nollywood actress, Bimbo Ademoye, rates Jenifa’s Diary, produced by fellow actress, Funke Akindele, as one of the industry’s most impactful series.

The 33-year-old also called Akindele a legend on the latest episode of The Buffet YouTube show she co-hosts with Aníkúlápó co-star, Kunle Remi.

“Jenifa started off as a film, and became a spinoff into a series. It is still one of the most iconic, one of the most impactful series to ever hit Nollywood,” she said.

“Funke Akindele is an amazon, an icon, and a legend. She made razz become the new classy,” she added.

Her A Tribe Called Judah left the cinemas weeks ago after a record-breaking run that culminated in a total gross of ₦1.4 billion. This follows record-breaking runs by Battle on Buka Street (₦668 million), Nollywood’s second highest-grossing film of all time, and Omo Ghetto: The Saga (₦636 million), Nollywood’s third highest-grossing film of all time.

Speaking about the Jenifa franchise in 2016, Akindele said, “I don’t see Jenifa’s Dairy coming to an end.” New episodes of the series are posted on the YouTube page of her production company, FAAN TV.

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