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Sunday, June 09, 2024

Actress Yvonne Jegede Reveals Why She Walked Out Her Marriage Which Lasted Barely A Year...

Nollywood actress Yvonne Jegede has revealed that she walked out of her marriage to actor Olakunle ‘Abounce’ Fawole in 2019 because she was the one who contributed more financially in the union which lasted barely a year...


She said: “He [my ex-husband] is eight years older than me. But the moment we got married, if I tell am say, ‘You dey crase, ‘ he would say I’m disrespecting him. I would wonder if it was the same person I got married to.
“But that wasn’t the main reason I left the marriage. Let me just say the fact, I was bringing more of the money. I’m taking care of my son like nobody exists around me. It’s not easy. I would have gone for money instead of love.”

- Yvonne in a yet to be released episode of the 'Honest bunch' podcast

41 comments:

  1. Hope the man will not respond.
    The world will never be ready for a man's response to a woman on why their marriage failed.

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    1. What we heard was alleged then was that she was cheating and the husband did not accept the pregnancy as his. The marriage packed up even before the child was born.

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  2. As usual ๐Ÿ™„


    Dear Kangs,

    Please make money

    I say make money and be the 'man' in marriage

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    1. Say it louder please, men work harder o, no woman likes to carry your load of responsibilities, that thing makes us fucking dry in the other room..

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  3. YOU SEE WHY SAIDABOJ IS RIGHT

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    1. Thank you ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฟ

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    2. This is different from whatever saida is saying abeg

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  4. Oh dear, I didn't know she was married. It is well...

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  5. Who knows? Maybe what was presented to her during dating/courtship wasn't what she met after marriage, so she has to opt out.


    Anne K

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    1. Marriage is a different ball game from dating abi na boyfriend/girlfriend relationship.
      While dating, most people tend to pretend about a lot of things.

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  6. Celebrities endless rants after their marriage dissolution.Na wa

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  7. Na waoh.๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ๐Ÿฅบ

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  8. How you take dey keep your mouth dey tell am "you dey craze? Well, some couple are already used to using foul language on themselves, like both of them are just fond of using foul languages, but I don't like it in any way.

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  9. it is not easy for women now. Single mothers everywhere now. Men are nit just trying now

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    1. Equality things.
      Some men are taking it seriously in and outside marriage.
      Woman to do.
      Man to do.
      But women are quick to run from such arrangements.
      Proving the fallacy of equality in marriage.

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  10. Why you sef go dey tell your husband 'you dey craze? Who raised you? Mcheeeww.

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    1. shut your stupid judgmental mouth....if you start out as friends with your spouse nothing strange. some couples play like that. If you play like that before marriage why will you start trouble just because you paid bride price? anyway the guy was very irresponsible for all we heard...as a man even if you earn 5 naira and are responsible, you will take care of your home and will find a woman to manage that 5 naira for you...some men had bad examples from home and transferred that to their own marriages..

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  11. How dare you ask your husband ‘you dey craze’? Which kind yeye play be dat. As a wife, I never can.

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    1. They were friends, and she used to tell him that, before they got married. They teased each other like that.
      He pretended to be cool with it.
      He changed after marriage. The same "you dey craze" teasing he used to be cool with, became disrespect to him. It surprised her.

      Y'all should try understand things, before rushing to comment.

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    2. It depends o my dia. Some couples use it on themselves like that

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    3. leave the anonymous to be yarning dust....asking JAMB question

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  12. It is well with you

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  13. It would have been better if you had kept quiet.

    Nkogheli UTD.๐Ÿ˜

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  14. I for one don't smile at foul language, not to talk of using it on me. Make our play no reach there abeg.
    It is well with you Yvone, you gon' be alright

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  15. This comment isn't related to Yvonne, but her quote inspired it.

    Hypothetical question...

    You're in marriage. You get pregnant. You decide you want to go and give birth abroad. Your spouse says they cannot afford it, so give birth in your home country. You want to "belong" like the people around you, who typically go abroad to give their kids dual citizenship. You decide to borrow and use your savings to fund the trip, and its accompanying bills.
    Can you then turn around and claim you were the only one financially taking care of the child?
    Should he have contributed with the little that he had?

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    1. That kind thing. Na wa

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    2. I cannot stand follow follow ppl, they are so damn irritating and exhausting with their inability to be satisfied with anything and their must belong mentality๐Ÿ™„

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    3. of course you contribute with the little you have...home or abroad pickin must chop and wear cloth...let the one who wants to born abroad pay the major bills...except you lie to your spouse about your financial capabilities then she cannot turn around to say anything if you contribute the little you can

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  16. Sometimes ppl marry just to say they did it, they were part of the marriage club.

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  17. You should have stayed away from this interview. Divulging too much info about an already dead and forgotten marriage is to what extent?

    Why do women speak about their failed marriage than men? Holistically, it look as though women invest more in marriage than men.. when are we going to see a balance?

    Maybe the day you realize that as a woman, you must marry a man that loves you more than you love him.

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  18. Such an uncouth behavior. It's a disrespect I may say. Telling your husband ' he dey craze '. That will surely provoke anger which will lead to exchange of words.
    I don't like that kind of a man that I will look down on. I like men that will have my respect. I don't mean by age , you must have those characters that will earn you respect.

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    1. your comment is stupid if they started out as friends...some couples play with each other. the problems are bigger than this but she just gave an example of how people change after marriage

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  19. Hmmm. I wish she would stop talking about it

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  20. @Anon18.36 well he doesn’t like it. Meanwhile marriage is the real deal which she has sadly discovered. There is power in the tongue as you know. No tell hubby him dey craze sha.

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