Shaffy Bello is a Nigerian film actress and singer who first made a name for herself in the entertainment industry with her vocals in the 1997 hit song “Love Me Jeje” by Seyi Sodimu.
Growing up in the United States, Shaffy completed her education there before returning to Nigeria to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. Her first major film role was in the Yoruba film “Eti Keta.” Since then, she has appeared in a variety of Yoruba and English language films and TV series, including “When Love Happens,” “Gbomo Gbomo Express,” “Taste of Love,” and the popular TV series “Tinsel,” in which she starred as Joanne Lawson.
Shaffy’s filmography also includes a number of other films such as “It’s Her Day,” “Ovy’s Voice,” “Hire a Man,” “Light will Come,” “Twisted Twins,” “Three Thieves,” “The Therapist,” “Two Weeks in Lagos” and “Soft Work” among others.
In 2012, Shaffy was nominated for the Best Lead Actress in an English Movie at the Best of Nollywood Awards.
In her personal life, Shafy Bello is divorced with two children.
Shaffy Bello is an accomplished Nigerian film actress and singer who has starred in several films and TV series, both in Yoruba and English languages. she started her career with a hit song in 1997 and since then has been nominated for a number of awards and recognized for her performances on screen.