Lupita Nyong'o reveals a few of her (many) talents, from speaking Swahili: and Spanish, to showing off her impressive hula hoop skills. The Oscar-winning actress also reflects on what it was like to move to Mexico at age 16 without her parents, how she learned to cry on demand, what life was like as a Hollywood production assistant, and what it took to bring her upcoming Star Wars character to life.
Lupita Nyong'o Visits Her Family Home and Farm in Kenya | Vogue
While in Kisumu for her Vogue cover shoot, Lupita Nyong'o stopped by her parents' home for a walk through their farm with her father, to climb fruit trees, and to learn to cook ugali from her mother-just over a year ago the Oscar-winning actress made national Kenyan news when she revealed that she did not know how to make the local staple. (Vogue)
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