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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Actress Monalisa Chinda Says She Married Her Hubby Within A Month Of Meeting Him And Their 1st Time Was Their Wedding Night

Nollywood actress Monalisa Chinda and Hubby Tonye Coker are waxing stronger in their love for each other and the actress reveals things we never knew!!!






In an exclusive interview with TopNaija.ng, star actress Monalisa Chinda-Coker explains what convinced her to marry her husband,Victor Tonye Coker, within a month, despite having resolved never to get married again due to previous horrifying experience.


According to the talk-show presenter, she and her hubby did not have s#x until they were officially married.

Monalisa,also reveals she had never experienced true love prior to meeting Coker and describes her three-year-old marriage as one filled with truth, freedom and friendship, but not without fights.



FIRST PART Interview

SECOND PART Interview

THIRD PART Interview

28 comments:

  1. If she truly met and married him within a month as she claims, why is it such a surprise that they didn't sleep together before? 30 days is too much to hold body or is Nigeria more s*x-crazed than I realised?

    And these celebrities need to stick to the truth so that they can keep their stories straight without having to think about the last thing they said. I'm saying this cos she has said something else before that's the very opposite of this "met and married in a month" story regarding this same man.

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    1. My dear. 👍👍👍 To your first paragraph

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    2. I concur..something about how he was like an uncle to her.How he used to come around to their house lot when she was younger. He was close to her family etc etc.Now it is meeting within a month..Anyhow sha, provided they are happy

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  2. Lisa, are all these yarns necessary?
    Okwa ajuju o
    If you got pounded before marriage, it would have been illegitimate and e get consequences. Legitimate pounding dey give peace of mind. But my prayer is that this one will NEVER scatter o. We don't want to read "I have been covering for that beast..." like that other Toto drama girl dey yarn...
    😝😝😝😝

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    1. I am very sure you know how to spell Tonto but you deliberately omitted the "n" in it. ANG you need Jesus yourself because you are a modern day pharisee; judgmental with a holier than thou attitude. I don't respond to your comments but you need to be told to stop deceiving yourself,you are nothing close to Jesus.

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    2. Eminado well said, very annoying character. This one self dey claim born again Christian? Lmao clown.

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  3. Why be say, anytime marriage talk come, next thing na sex..

    Is this sex thing that sweet, that it's the only thing that accompanies marriage talk?🙄🙄

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    1. Ola!! Are you a virgin?
      Are you asking if sec is sweet?
      Ola, take your time oo.

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  4. Congratulations to you and your boo.

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  5. Wish her a more blissful union

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  6. I think she is happy, God keeps your marriage Lisa.

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  7. Thank God they are still waxing strong.

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  8. Mine was 6months. I actually wanted to use him as a rebound. We ended up staying forever.exactly six months we met on vals day.

    I went out with him to pay my ex back. Turns out my ex did me a favor.


    Reason i told my kids to date freely without thinking of Marriage.

    You get to know what you can't tolerate from a man.
    Memories.
    People there are no perfect marriages, but when you see yourselves as best friend and you don't take everything to heart.

    Someone you can throw little jabs at and he will kaughand say back to sender. Or he pick something and stone you.
    You quarell only inside your bedroom and forgive and let go.
    3years from now will make 4decades. See me smiling and dreaming writing this. I am such a drama queen

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    1. Wow!!! 37 years in marriage and still sounding like a new bride. This is where the tappers need to assemble. Wishing your happiness never ends.

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    2. I appreciate the grace of God upon your Life!

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    3. I am so happy for you. May God continue to keep you both ❤

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    4. Aunty Amebo, God bless you 😘🤗

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    5. This generation is different, please. We do not date freely without thinking of marriage before you complicate your life with soulties you had no business forming. In this day and age, you will cry cos after someone has taken 10yrs of your life, they will marry someone else and say, "But I never promised you marriage, kini big deal?" Men and women do this, let's not pretend it's ok.

      I didn't say anyone should be desperate but I find it odd that anyone should be made to feel like they're doing something wrong or are inferior in some way cos they want to be married. Just before my husband arrived, I prayed and told God that I want to be married. That I was sorry for going where I sent myself (plus the toxic basket of Saul I had tried to manage instead of waiting for David). And He should please send me my own husband. At that point, I knew I wasn't interested in dating any man that's not my husband. We can regurgitate all the media tells us about being independent but anybody in a healthy marriage will say their spouse fills a void that nothing else can. I'm not talking about when you're trying to use someone to fill a void.

      Yes, I was fine and doing stuff on my own (so I wasn't looking for a man to fulfil me) but I knew deep down that something hadn't arrived. It wasn't just husband; I knew I couldn't just marry anyone cos I was carrying something for a particular man that I hoped I would recognise no matter what he physically looks like. It turned out the man has sort of always been in my life, waiting and hoping I'd see him. When I recognised him was when I truly understood that "click" some couples talk about. I'm married to him and even when we annoy each other, I thank God twice each time I remember how God saved me from making a wrong choice. The nwii I'd have seen and heard if I didn't marry this guy, Mount Zion & Nollywood would have used my life for movie. And no, my marriage is not an achievement cos it's a blessing.

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    6. Lol @ tappers assembly. Do NOT tap into ANYBODY'S marriage, oh! Before you activate something in your life that you were never meant to see. Wait for your own wahala, it'll definitely find you. Is it not life?

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  9. One month? She must be lying....

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  10. was she not the one that said women push men into hitting them, I can't take someone like her seriously

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  11. She is such a noob. Anybody can hold out for a month. Now those ppl who held out for a year or more are the true mvp.

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