Young Sade found inspiration in Edie, whom she called Edith. According to Edith, Sade chose the television industry all by herself, but she doesn’t deny the fact that she, as a mom and dedicated young anchor, was the only source of inspiration for Sade in her early days since Sade’s father was not present in her life.
Sade Baderinwa was born as Folasade Olayinka Baderinwa. This 47-year-old journalist was born in Maryland. She is a lovely blend of mixed races, thanks to her father and mother! Sade’s story from childhood has some sadness in it.
She currently co-anchors the reputed show Eyewitness news in a weekly basis with Diana Williams at five p.m. and the regular news show with Bill Ritter at 11 p.m. During her decade-long on-screen career; she has earned excellent experiences.
She couldn’t spend quality time with her parents in her childhood, as her father left her and departed for Africa when she was seven years of age. And, she had no idea about her mother in the first four years after her birth.
Let’s delve into Sade’s professional life. She is one of the popular anchors at the New York-based WABC Channel 7.
But life wasn’t so harsh on her. She found an African-American family that raised her in Baltimore.
This amazing family comprised of none other than ex WBAL anchor and director of communication for the Baltimore City school system, Eddie House and her parents James and Edith.
Appearance on point!
Sade has very well understood the importance of being presentable on-screen. She is hot and has an hourglass shaped body.
Despite not being very tall, with a height of 5 feet and 6 inches she makes a man drool over her. She has good body posture, thin waist line, and muscles.
This sweet yet foxy girl has fit and toned legs and thighs, sexy short hair, charming smile and an enchanting voice.
It is shocking that she has never mentioned if she is married or has a secret husband. She is not dating anyone and does not have a boyfriend as far as we know. However, her love life has come under scrutiny.
Upon returning to her regular shows at WABC, she planned and implemented numerous segments in her shows that focused on minimizing the rate of hit and run accidents, which ultimately won her the NJ Governor’s Representative Awards for traffic safety.
We are referring to the much talked Martin O’Malley controversy. Rumor has it Sade had an affair with Martin, the then current governor of Maryland, and it pulled her into a big scandal for a long-long time.
Despite the controversies, Sade has shown incredible courage and passion in her career. After the devastating accident, people were all speculating that her career had ended. She recovered in six months after going through a series of surgeries and physical therapies and got back to work.
Sade can be considered as one of the most influential television personalities in the United States of America. She believes in the philosophy of giving something back to the community.
Guided by this philosophy, Sade has initiated a successful program called “Get ‘Reel’ With Your Dreams: The Inside Track,” whose sole mission is to act as a natural bridge between students of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut and top professional working in film and television.
One can connect with her via social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook to get timely news from her. More info on her life can be accessed via Wikipedia’s biography of her.
Look who’s outside our studies:
— Sade Baderinwa (@SadeABC) February 8, 2017
Strong as ever:
Some women don’t need anyone to feel complete. Sade is an excellent example of someone like that.
Look at her so bold and discrete as ever. She is an inspiration for everyone who wants to achieve the success, name and fame in the industry.
— Sade Baderinwa (@SadeABC) January 19, 2017
She is a classic example of the “one man army”, as she has proven she can bring an enormous social and system change all by herself.
Her hard work has paid off well. She has a net worth of about $6 million U.S. dollar (approx.) and her salary is expected to be around $1 million US dollar.