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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Actress Ufuoma MacDermott And Family Cover Motherhood-In-Style Mag

Nollywood actress Ufuoma and her family covered motherhood in style's recent edition.....Nice!







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    1. Is it that this man never married before he came to Nigeria. If he did, where is his 1st wife???

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  2. Gosh, her kids are so cute.

    Biracial kids ehn, e be like say na special blood be mixed blood.

    I know I'm the only one but I'm not really in love with her acting. She and Adesuwa are on the same acting level

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  3. husband be looking like Theodore T.Bagg Bagwell.

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    1. Lol, I had to scroll back to check. U are so right.

      Lovely family.

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    2. Lols....Savage

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  4. #cutekidsalerts! Eka, adesuwa is way better than her, go and see #falling the movie, even my mum kept asking who the girl was, she's that good.

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    1. I'm about to see falling. The one with blossom abi. It's on my list

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  5. Oh my the baby girl's smile and pose got me.

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  6. Lolz... But her hubby is not old na... I thought he would be in his sixties or so... Nigerians practically made me believe she married her ancestor... she's even finer than her hubby sef... she's a favoured woman

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    1. So you dont know there are so many bitter souls on the internet.beautiful family

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    2. Ufuoma herself should be close to if not 40. And the husband looks like hes in his 50s. So not much difference.
      Trust Nigerians to always talk. Kate Henshaw that married a young white guy back then and it still didn't last. I even prefer slightly older men.
      The baby girl is so cute BTW.

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  7. I'm getting the mag because of that pretty little girl.
    She's so adorable

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    1. Yes very pretty princess 😍😍😍😘

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  8. The daughter is cuteness overloaded.

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  9. So beautiful... God bless them.

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  10. Pls i have a question, no insults please it is a sincere question. Pls for ppl who have married white men or dated them. Pls how is relationship wth dem like? How do u cope wt their wierdness? How do u cope knowing everytime he looks at u he sees some1 frm a poverty stricken country? Do u ppl hav esteem issues? Do dey get to let u cook ur own african dishes? Do they have affairs too just like our nigerian men? Wen dey do, do dey cheat wt their fellow white gals? Or wt other black women? Hw is sex wt dem? R they as strong as our black men? Hw u do u slp at night knowing that at any momnt dey can jst ask for a divorce? Pls so many questions wen i c mixed marriages. Enlighten me.

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    1. You need to grow up. They make great husbands.

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    2. Worst case scenario: uncircumcised, dirty, racist, treats you like a hoe, anal penetration, no intimacy just pure dark.carnal fantasy with a black woman, bipolar, addicted to certain medications etc.....
      Best case scenario : Like every normal man who doesn't speak your language or understand your culture but willing to intergrate. There are good days and not so good days.
      You can't choose, you wait it out to see which one you married☺😊😊😊😎😎😊😊.

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  11. #If you don't sacrifice for what you want, what you want will become the sacrifice*

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  12. anonymous 19:16
    to answer you

    Pls how is relationship wth dem like?
    Like any other relationship although you may find yourself funneying so they understand better. food differences. they dont rub cream lol and they wash thier hair every 2 days. they are obssessed with your ass even though its not really big. another was obsessed with my skin.

    How do u cope wt their wierdness?
    they are not really wierd. whats wierd for them is also wierd for you. like for me he thought rubbing cream was wierd. i though eating only meat without bone was wierd.

    How do u cope knowing everytime he looks at u he sees some1 frm a poverty stricken country?
    no answer for that. thats about your mind

    Do u ppl hav esteem issues? Do dey get to let u cook ur own african dishes?
    if he is open yes. they really like our food too. ive never had esteem issues.

    Do they have affairs too just like our nigerian men? Wen dey do, do dey cheat wt their fellow white gals? Or wt other black women?
    it depends on what they like. if they like blacks they cheat with blacks, if white they cheat with white. they can also cheat. although for them they will just say its over rather than cheat.

    Hw is sex wt dem? R they as strong as our black men?
    for me ohh. they were faster like rabbits. more open to new things. some liked anal some didnt. i experienced a lot like when they first enter thier eyes turn a darker colour, some made me squirt because they had better angles. they stood up straighter in missionary and from the better angles. to me i thought they were more flexible in positions etc they like giving head. when youre having sex thier body turns red lol. they have good fingering technique very fast and they know where to hit. they are mostly uncircumsisced. out of about 20 only met 1 uncircumsided lol (dont judge my body count)


    Hw u do u sleep at night knowing that at any momnt dey can jst ask for a divorce?
    i sleep very well because my husband is nigerian. haha i had family members who married from a different race and i just felt the way we sacrifice and die in the marriage oyimbo dont do that. but like i said above when they are tired they will say they are tired they will not die there. But Nigerians will first think of the family, the culture , the pastor etc thats why so many are in bad marriages and dying there. tho the ones that believ in marriage are there too oh, i believe they are fewer.

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