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Sunday, December 24, 2023

Actor Emeka Ike's Son Michael Shares Voicenote Of His Father Telling Him To Go And Die

In an interview with Media personality Chude, Micheal Ike talked about his father's behavior towards him, while sharing a voice clip of the threats his father sent to him.


In the voice clip He said:

"Micheal go and jump in front of truck right now. Jump from where you are, break your head, and sm#sh it, you're my stress. You're my problem, you're the one I sent to school, I spent all my money I didn't have and was getting money to save you. You took my children to blackmailers and they are blackmailing me using you. And you're telling me it's better you did. Go and d#e now, don't do it tomorrow, I want to hear it. Idi#t, you think I will let you bla#kmail me, and I will still get your mother o".


Sebi i talk am!!...This woman was quiet for years and he thought he could be granting interviews up and down, see now even his kids are replying....

102 comments:

  1. Majority of children especially male will always support and stand by their mama.

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    1. Sometimes it's cos of what they were told by the mother. Only few stand with the mother for a just cause. I'm not speaking in relation to this though but in general.

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    2. This is very messy. Please all parties should temper justice with mercy,
      Kinsmen e don reach time to mediate

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    3. TJ, true.

      By the time they marry, they realise all is not black and white in marriage as they were told, or they thought they saw it, or they thought they know.

      Funnily, for some, they have bad marriages despite doing all plus more that they thought their father never did for their mother or despite not doing what they thought or were told their fathers did wrong.

      Even in the post quoted, the father accused him of an act. It is hoped he denied the accusation with receipts too.

      In marriage, ONLY God knows the truth and the reasons.

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    4. Anon 14:12,

      He may have taken side with the mother but then, I will still blame the father for those harsh words. He went for an overkill.

      The boy I don't think is entirely innocent and have his own portion of blame as well. It's a complicated family if you ask me.

      Just like someone opined, ''by the time he realizes that his Dad may not be the problem, he will already have a son who thinks he's the problem.''

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    5. I totally disagree with children being told things by their mom. As a father when there is issue between you and your wife please don't extend the anger to the children, please don't let them feel abandoned. Be in their lives as much as you can.
      Don't abandon them to come back to talk their mom poisoned their hearts.
      They grow up watching that woman pass through alot trying to make ends meet in their lives.
      It's same for a woman that abandoned her children.
      The children see the parents that abandoned them as the bad one!
      We saw how Dotun fought to be in his children lives and succeeded.
      Make effort as a parent cos you won't be young forever, you will need by the time you realise every partner is a Saint from afar

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    6. Children see. Children are told too. But they do not fully understand. So, a parent can selfishly manipulate what they heard or saw.

      Some scene seen or words heard by a child at a young age colour the perception of the child forever where manipulated.

      Where a father and mother talk and the mother starts crying, the child thinks the mother had been beaten or is in pains because children only cry when in pains. If the child is told after that his/her father is a bad or mean man, the child believes. But some of those tears may have been selfish tears or acts or unwarranted by the couple's discussion.

      As we seek better men, we should also train men to express themselves; not to be physically/verbally abusive to wives and children; to tell the truths (failures and goodness) about their wives to their children; cry when wives say hurtful words and tell their children what was said, the wrongness, and the pain caused; to let children know father and mother are both humans prone to mistakes, etc.That will help children learn to make better judgment that all is not what they see or hear.

      Time for men to rest the Alpha man / traditional man. Women do not like like him any way. Whether women are ready for the other man is a totally different debate. Life has shown that to want and to find the want as the needed are two very different things.
      Our society does not encourage fathers to cry in the presence of their children. So, children never see their fathers cry from the pains of marriage.

      When a father commits adultery, children see their mothers cry plaintively.
      When the mother commits adultery, children see their fathers in rage and mouthing. They see their mothers cry tears of wickedness or hear their silence or see weakness in the face of a raging father. They see their father as aggressor in such scene. How many father sit down with children in such cases to explain what their mother did.

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    7. Well said.
      Men should learn to be more expressive instead of boxing up their emotions which usually later comes out in an abusive or violent manner.

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  2. There's always 3 sides to every story; his side, her side and the truth.

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  3. All these insults that our African parents give to us? My parents can say this but after few hours we start talking again like nothing happened. But Emeka is too educated for this

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    1. Yeah I’m not too moved by this voice note
      God help our parents some of them don’t know who to talk. Period

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    2. If your parents talked to you like this, take it from me, you grew up in a very toxic home. For the sake of your kids' mental health, stop the circle.

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    3. Anon 15:28
      Thank you very much. I am shocked at the number of persons who admitted to such verbal abuse from their parents, even more shocked that people think it is normal. Omg!
      I am almost 33yrs old and not for a day has my father or mother spoken to me in such manner. I am really surprised

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    4. 21:46 I now understand why they are so crass, uncouth and abusive, that was how they were raised and they see nothing wrong in it.

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    5. The Original ShugarGirl25 December 2023 at 11:05

      Super TOXIC home but in Nigeria toxicity and mediocrity is their best standard.

      Your parents damaged you doesn't mean that you can't take a different turn from it and stop yourself from passing it down to the next generation

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  4. Hmmmmmm the way some fathers treat their children including our father

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  5. But Emeka Ike looks and acts violent nah even from his movies

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    1. True.. i never liked him. He exudes violence. His acting is wack too.

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    2. Exactly. Emeka ike is obtained a very violent man, and living with such a toxic person would bring out the worst in people around him including his wife and kids. They may not be perfect, and may have retaliated in bad ways, but Emeka Ike is definitely the cause of the problem. I don't know why some people can see that

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  6. Both Emeka and his wife have their shortcomings and blames to take over their actions in their marriage. I won't exonerate any of them above another.

    But you see his son's interview, I will fault Emeka Ike on how he treated that young man. He abused him mentally by the very things he told him which weren't appropriate for a father to do irrespective of how he feels.

    He owes that young man apology. He could have damage him emotionally if he wasn't that strong.

    I saw people blaming the young man for speaking up and I frown at it. People should be allowed to express themselves how best they feel. If anyone wants to be spoken good of by their spouse or kids, then they should behave well in the first place.

    I find it appalling when a man misbehaves, people will find a way to blame his wife or mother. Just like people are beginning to blame the ex wife over the son's shocking revelations.

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    1. Somebody beat his wife and she reacted and you’re saying they both have fault. Tah

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  7. What a mess! Emeka Ike see your life

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  8. Emeka Ike started all this, he thought it was business as usual, that the woman and children will keep quiet. Children see and know a lot going on between their parents. He transferred the hatred he has for his wife to his children - his worst mistake.

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  9. I heard the voice note and emeka sounds like someone that is domineering and vindictive. Your child mentions suicide and you encourage him to go ahead. See a child is a child is a child, so as a dad in his mid 50s you steer that child from suicidal thoughts. No be everything dey resolve with muscles, idanbosky& shouting. See u/we expect mercy&uncommon favour and can't show this to ur child who is likely going through puberty and moodsiwings.

    Are you sure they were 'in the abroad'
    for a decade? This child has a clean but very Nigerian accent. Also parents in rhe abroad are aware that children speak their minds over there, they have their rights 100% protected. Why will he leave such voicenotes? Abi because son is in naija where anything goes and parents can't find it in themselves to apologise to their children?
    Emeka you started a fire that you can't seem to control now. I hope this movie is worth hurting some.of the few blood relatives you have left in this world. A young man with huge potentials for that matter?
    Emeka be a kinder and forgiving dad, be proud that in thus world of lgbt and non binary, you have such highly attractive children with a calm spirit.

    Unless Emeka is mentally unstable sha (depression is not a joke and for a proud igbomam to mention depressiom, it must be much worse) and in that case should seek.medication to be best version of himself for himself and his various wives and children that he was using to threatening this boy.

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    1. The wife is doing him bad too by carrying him about to give corroborative evidence against Emeka Ike.

      They are all playing scorch earth "games".

      There are some parents who would not welcome this young man as a suitor in their homes after watching him in the drama

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    2. to *threaten*... not... to 'threatening' (guess it's a typo)

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    3. A father sending his son voicenotes encouraging the son to kill himself? He told the son that all of the children should die and that he will deal with their mum.
      He took the kids away from the woman for over 10years hence the boy saying he met his mum only recently. He raised this kids in such an awful manner they had to look for their mum. The whole thing is telling.
      He was 40 whe he married a teenager who he groomed so much thar she can't really speak for herself.
      Emeka is behaving like a truly vindictive person, na this kine person go buy school and give control to the wife? Proud ig o ma empower woman that much? If I hear.

      May God continue to bless this micheal. He looks like will Smith. He sounds so calm and matured compared to his fellow gen alpha. Washing you success boy. Abeg don't ever think of kling yourself.

      Banish suicide thoughts, your light iz bright. You aresomebodyz dream come trud. Release that music or movie, we will buy. Please it's painful for a dad to utter such, you are loved in this life. Suicide no reach and no be your portion.

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  10. What is happening to Emeka Ike and his family. I love his acting skills then. Jesus please take the wheels.

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  11. Fine boy Michael, I’m happy u are replying your dad. Shey he wants to disgrace your mom? Finish the work patapata!!

    Merryment

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    1. Disgracing himself too.

      That is why I respect a columnist here who says he listens to his mother and father but knows both get fault and do his best between them.

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    2. How is he disgracing himself? See them, supporters of abusers.

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    3. 15:30
      If you don'y see it, well let him follow his mother from podcast to radio/tv stations narrating more of these stories. He himself will find out later how much he is closing doors against himself.

      Success it is said is the best response in circumstances like this.

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    4. @15:30
      A man had a practice of recounting stories of being cheated serially by work men.
      One day he narrated the story to a service man who quietly asked him what he did to the last cheater. the man answered that he did nothing. The service man duped him too. Lol. The work man went to apologise on his own after initial denials.

      If a son grants a viral interview that his father does not value him the way the young man has presented, how many people will value him. Well, some will until the day he slips, and they would say to him or themselves "no wonder your (his) father said so so of you (him)".

      His mother is not doing him any good by carrying him along as talking receipts of who destroyed her marriage to his father.

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    5. 16.51 your talk no jig.

      If 'they' can say "no wonder his father told him to suicide himself", well 'they' can also say, "there goes the man who condemned all his children to kill themselves". There goes the Mayor, President, Governor A list musician, who's father left a voice note for him to kill himself.
      Very terrible words. MAY GOD BLESS THIS CHILD.

      As for Emeka, (who married a teenager in his late 30s), I hope his current wives are taking note. Asking a very young man to suicide himself. What other harsh words is worse than this???
      Toyin Abraham E ku ise o, Christmas came early for your movie which i watch!

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  12. Emeka Ike don use him hand open can of worms.

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  13. Chika(hello iya boys)24 December 2023 at 13:20

    Na waooo
    Abeg ooo this reply might make him depressed more ooo

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  14. Every body will present the the story to favour them, only God knows the truth.

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  15. Every body will present the the story to favour them, only God knows the truth.

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  16. Social media sha, someone cannot vent in peace in his own home. If we all recorded what our parents said to us in anger, no family will be standing today. This boy displayed foolishness by recording his father's frustration and sharing it with the world. Anyways, Emeka Ike started all these shalaye.

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    1. Did your parents tell you to go and die
      Let’s be honest

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    2. I agree with you, he shouldn’t have recorded their conversation at all!!! From the voice note, you can tell how furious, frustrated and tired Emeka is.
      I don’t know what really went down between them but this family needs healing.
      Let’s wait for more interviews so we’ll know what’s really up. I don’t trust some species of my gender πŸ™„

      Sluttychic.

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    3. Vent? If that is the way you wish to be spoken to or the manner in which you speak to the members of your household then you need God. That man is despicable and deserves every smoke he is getting.

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    4. Why am I not shocked by these comments! Many Nigerian women are such 'pick mes'. Woah, they will continue to give you rubbish to eat, and tell you to call it caviar. Let the poor women speak her truth. Emeka shouldn't have start what he can't finish.

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    5. *shouldn't have *started*... not... should have 'start'

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    6. Don't be dense, anon 16.57. Isn't it clear that it was a typo? Now, run along...

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  17. What exactly led this man to curse his son like this? What did the boy do and why record conversations with his father? Na dem Sabi.
    Airing their dirty linen in public, entertaining people who don't really care about them.

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  18. I never warmed up to Emeka Ike as a lead actor especially when paired with my fav, Genevieve. There was something in his eyes, this crazed look, that always rubbed me the wrong way.

    Reading through the comments section on IG and Twitter, I must say I am disappointed in many men. How they managed to turn and twist this lady's interview and the son's expose to something else needs to be studied. When will Nigerian men learn to be accountable for their actions? Even dead Osinachi was blamed for probably provoking her husband to domestic violence. What do women have to do for men to believe us when we cry for help without being blamed? Well, I am taking note of all the commenters online and I will advise every single lady to do likewise before committing to a relationship with any Nigerian man.

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    1. "Well, I am taking note of all the commenters online"

      So you can say no when they slide into your DM?

      Or you meant to write "comments"?

      Oh Girl, just do deep due diligence on the man that propose to you and leave the rest to God.

      Some of us "interview" an applicant gardener better than we interview the men and women who offer/agree to marry us.

      Some of us marry for selfish reasons. We disregard very obvious signs of unsuitability, wait to collect all to satisfy our selfishness from our partners, and turn to walk away just like that. We expect that the dangers disregarded at the beginning would have gone with time.

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  19. I said it yesterday, it’s only GenZ geng that don’t know d real Emeka Ike. Their gist wasn’t hiddenD then tabloids feasted on their shenanigans & all blame was on Emeka.E don seize d kids finish ,dey still go look for their mama.

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    1. You the mind them, I still remember everything that happened vividly, and I'm shocked to see people supporting him,his sons are old enough to speak up now, I just wonder how his present wife will be feeling.

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  20. Emeka has a grown up son like this 😱
    He is so handsome.
    Emeka is not handling his family brouhaha well. For the sake of your kids, control your anger and bring your kids closer. Old age is around the corner.

    Sluttychic.

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  21. Hmmm, and to think I was feeling pity for Emeka, I gave him a benefit of doubt even when I know their reputation is built on lies and deceit.

    Just do you own digging and you will find the truth.

    It's alarming how he believes his own lies.

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  22. I am not sure what is going on here, but such words should never be spoken, better to just hang up the phone or block the number. I don’t know why some parents think that they can say absolutely anything to their child/ren. From out of the mouth the heart speaks.

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  23. One of the telltale sign of a narcissist is that they are always on a smear campaign, tarnishing the image of the victim they can no longer control, abuse or manipulate. They try to change how people view their victims. Emeka has always spoken ill of his wife, always tarnishing her image. Unfortunately for him, his wife and son came prepared with evidence of his wickedness, now he will look for something else to talk about. All his career has been marred by the domestic violence against his wife, instead of him to be accountable for his actions and take responsibility for his role, he refused. Now, nobody will even remember that he was once a loved actor.

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    1. I cannot stand grown ppl whose only focus in life is money and success but do not give one ounce of attention to improving their character flaws. The man’s reputation has been in the gutters for years and he did not look within to realize that something really is wrong and he should go get help. With all the therapists, religions, retreats, self-help books and groups this specimen never thought to go try one or two to be the best he can be as a person. Still terrorizing and causing mayhem in the lives of others even at his big ole age. What is the point of living if you cannot see the rot in your soul and go fix it, this is entire basis of the message of Christ, to be the best version of yourself, see the rot in oneself and fix it.

      I hope after listening to the recording he sees that something is fundamentally wrong at the core of his being and go get help. A mouth should not be a radioactive toxic dumps that utters words that kills ppl. Such words are a death to the spirt and once the spirit has died in someone they have died. The young man is quite brave and I wish him all the best. You are not your parents, sir, your spirit is your own, nurture it well and let your name be glorious.

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    2. 14:51 an excellent spirit dwells in you like Daniel. πŸ’―%

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  24. He sounds frustrated.
    Could be that he was having a day.
    Anybody can snap like that, abegg.😎

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    1. Abeg my papa no dey snap like this, no matter what I did and no matter what he's going through.
      In Africa as a parents we need to do better.

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    2. Even my very strict father never snapped like that God forbid,any body that speaks to their children like that is obviously sick.

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    3. Ha some of you are something else, anyone who wishes his own child dead is an evil person

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    4. Apple of God Eyes, Don’t say that!!!

      Don’t support Evil

      Call a Spade a Spade

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    5. Some of you, indeed many if you are mentally unbalanced. And it's clear to see from your comments.

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  25. Emeka Ike carry your cross abeg

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  26. Nobody is a saint,I believe his son might have done or say something for him to react in that manner. He's still young to be fighting his father. They all need to reconcile and forgive each other.

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    1. Keep believing crap

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    2. Would you speak to your children that way,if they provoked you?

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  27. Emeka Ike would have just allow sleeping dog be.He made a fire thinking it will burn his ex ,but from what I,m seeing it will end up consuming him.

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  28. Na wa oo, all of them go dey alright las las.

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  29. From my experience from these can of family, Everyone is to blame.

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  30. If I knew this boy, or anyone who knows him should advice him for his own good , to stay clear of the drama between his dad and mum. Whether he likes it or not both are his parent. Both knew each other before he knows them and they knew about life before him. I once made this mistake and d I still regret it till date. I wish I would have keep shut instead of taking side. I took side with my dad, and he is dead now but my mum have not forgiven me.

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    1. And that’s how evil continues

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    2. Why? That was your situation, don't project unto others.

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    3. Then your mother was the problem, don't blame yourself or feel guilty. It's natural for a child to side with the parent that favours him/her during a conflict between the parents. Don't allow her to place a burden on your shoulders that is not yours. Seek help and heal, so that you don't repeat the mistakes of your parents.
      You see, Emeka is a wounded soul bleeding on his loved ones and typical of a narcissist, he doesn't even know that he needs help.

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    4. I would have *kept* shut ✔️... not...
      I would have *keep* shut ✖️

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  31. This one looks like a drug addict

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  32. If my physically, emotionally and mentally abusive dad tried to stain my mother's white with lies (as in the only responsible parent that is there for me and my siblings), I will speak up and same if it's my mom in the wrong.

    We are living our lives very quietly. My mom never came for you or your new family but you suddenly wake up and decide to mess us up because you want to promote a movie? Nna, you will not hear the last of it until you set the records straight. Imagine what a father sent as VN to his son! Tufiaa! If na Mohbad papa send dat VN, internet for don scatter.

    None of the men and women supporting Emeka Ike would tolerate or accept this thing he is doing to his wife and children if they were their relatives. Liars and hypocrites fit each/one another. Shebi the same Naira Marley they were shouting "crucify him!" at last month is now their sweetheart and G? Mental sl@ves gloating in their slavery. Take some Nigerians seriously at your own risk.

    God bless you Michael nwa mamaπŸ’™

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  33. Quote from post:
    "You took my children to blackmailers and they are blackmailing me using you. And you're telling me it's better you did."

    Is the accusation baseless or well grounded.

    Anyway, hope he answered it with receipts. Otherwise, all said were just family quarrel. Things that happened or are happening in families of some commenters are more than these.

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  34. Nigerians are used to being abused that once you abuser is older than you ,you must respect the person. This country will hardly move forward cos most of our reasonings get as e be.
    Has Emeka Ike wife not respected him enough by keeping quiet for the sake of her children.? While does he take her silence for foolishness or being guilty? He already has a family where these ones feel neglected and abandoned? I read on Instagram where some comments are saying his son's life is damaged for speaking? Yes, he needs therapy for the pain the father nurtured in him? Some of us are still suffering from those curses our parents meted out on us because they are African parents and being abusive is in their DNA.
    My opinion ooo! Emeka is regretting his actions on how he treated his first family but being an African Igbo man , he wants to use intimidation and manipulation to get them back , to his mind, the wife will still keep quiet.
    One question, can Emeka treat his new wife same way, Nigerian men has a way of dealing with Nigerian women, do I blame them,NO, when Nigerian women are enabling them to destroy their own gender.
    If he is truly happy, with leaving Emma and marrying a new one, he should have promoted his new movie talking about finding love again, life in Germany, Nigerian-South African marriage, but No, he dragged his wife out.

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  35. Let Emeka not get depressed more o. I won’t take any side in this, the couple knows what went wrong. Everyone is bringing up details to nail the other even with two minutes of madness displayed. They are divorced, everyone should enter house abeg.

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    1. If he gets more depressed, and so? Is he the first person to get depressed? Is his son not depressed to be talking of Sui:cide? The wife nkọ, do you know the amount of depression she went through all these years

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  36. It is well
    May God intervene

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  37. I'm just wondering what chude told this woman or who advised her to sell her gold mine so cheaply..
    Write a book.. put all of this in a book and cash out clean.. everyone wants to hear the other side of the story.. let them read it. you won in court and you're still explaining yourself .

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    1. Who will buy d book?
      Sorry o, when last did you buy a non school or professional book?

      Dem no buy better book na book on husband and wife and children stori of he beat me, he cursed me, and she do me shege plus manipulate children Dem go waste money buy?

      Married people can easily see what went wrong in the marriage.

      Most married people know the truth of this matter is sandwiched in the cacophonous winding tales of the narrators.

      Even the voice recording has an accusation of the son being involved in a criminal act of blackmail. Is that true? Did he deny?

      Na spinsters and bachelors dey pontificate pass on marriage matters. When they wear the marriage shoes they learn the difference between that and dat.

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  38. Dude is way too cute! How old is he again?
    Whatever the son did, Emeka went overboard with the insults jeez!

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  39. God protect our homes. Enemy of families is real. Deliver us

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  40. The most beautiful24 December 2023 at 19:09

    Emeka Ike don buy trouble na wa

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  41. If you have never walked a Step In their Shoes, you’ve no freaking right/audacity to speak against the Mother and Son.

    Do you know what living in a Toxic Environment does to the Mental, Psychological and wellbeing of the Children.

    Some of you want the Abuser Emeka to be protected at the detriment of the Kids and his Wife.

    It tells the kind of warped Mentality being projected and why Evil thrives and lives, germinates and disseminates it’s shoot into Society.

    This same issue killed OSINACHI, The Gospel Singer, it causes one to wonder the kind of Outcry the Society would have howled at her for exposing the Beast of a Husband.

    Unfortunately, she died without telling her stories

    Her children also narrated how the dad would ask them to flog their Mother and people are still talking Trash about the Mother bringing her Son along to collaborate her Story.

    I pray that anyone that supports the wicked acts of Emeka Ike towards his Family will experience it in their Family lineage.

    Nonsense,Rubbish and freaking Ingredients.

    A Narcissist will never rest until they devalue, destroy,malign, crucify and uproot any good in You

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    1. Thank you so much for this. I'm surprised how people are supporting nonsense

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    2. Don’t mind Nigerians and bandwagon mentality.

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    3. Thank you CEO Empress! They never stop until they destroy their victims. I believe another word for narcissism is witchcraft, if you have had an encounter with one, especially a supposedly loved one, you will understand.

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    4. Aggiieenwa, They are Evil Personified

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  42. I don't know who is lying or telling the truth but one pattern stands out. Has anyone noticed this constant pattern with Emeka Ike's stories? He constantly absolves himself from his relationship problems or mess (personal or otherwise) like a toddler and is in the habit of putting the blame on anyone but himself. Everyone is blackmailing him. From his ex-wife, to his colleagues at work (Segun Arinze, Ibinabo Fibersima, Ejike Asiegbu) during the AGN issues now to his young son who he knew when he was in diapers. Anytime you diagree with anybody the person is being manipulated. When people don't take responsibility for their actions and seek whom to blame, they are recalcitrant and will keep doing same thing cos they are not or have refused to see the role they played in it.

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  43. Laura 13: 50 , you are correct. When they can not control you then they will start to tarnish your image. My husband really tried to destroyed my reputation in street we both had our house. Emeka took those children away from her for over 10 years. I make sure my children had good relationship with their dad even though is hard for me to do. Like this morning I told them to go and greet him and wish him merryXmas .

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