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Yomi Fash-Lanso: “How I Lied To Women I Was Married For Years So They Can Stay Off Me”

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Famous Yoruba Nollywood actor — Yomi Fash-Lanso claims that he used to wear a fake ring for years just to get scare women away from him.

According to him, many women around him were ready for marriage and he wasn’t so he had to wear a fake wedding ring to get them off him.

He also said that even with the wedding ring on him, ladies still want to date him when he approaches them after explaining to them his wife lives outside the country.

You must have dated so many people before you got married?

When you talk about marriage, it is all about emotions. Because I knew I wasn’t ready for marriage, I went and bought a wedding band and started wearing it so that ladies would think I was married. I wore that band for many years. I would meet a girl and tell her I liked her and when she asked about my wife, I would tell her my wife was abroad. If she wouldn’t mind, we would date. If another girl saw us together, that one would be wondering if the girl was my wife. It made life easier for us. I wasn’t ready for marriage then. I knew marriage was a different thing and I didn’t want to make mistakes. I ran away from girls then because they were just too ready for marriage while I wasn’t. They would tell me their father was ready and that we should get married but I just didn’t want because I wanted to be the man, I wanted to be the head of the home.

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Actress Ada Ameh Breaks Down In Tears; Begs Government To Allow Her Bury Daughter (Video)

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‘The Johnsons’ star, Ada Ameh loses her daughter
Ada Ameh and her daughter

Ada Ameh and her daughter

Nigerian actress, Ada Ameh broke down in tears as she begged the president of the country, Muhammadu Buhari and Lagos state governor Sanwo-Olu to listen to people’s cries.

The actress, who is notably known for her role as Emu in the family sitcom, The Johnsons, asked the government to remove soldiers from the roads so she can bury her daughter in ‘peace’.

Information Nigeria recalls the film star lost her only child, Aladi, two days ago.

Ameh revealed her daughter died in Abuja following a failed surgery.

The actress also slammed the government as she labelled them as ‘wicked people’.

Read Also: Popular Actress Ada Ameh Mourns As She Loses Her Daughter

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Mark Angel Reacts After He Was Almost Beaten Up By Angry EndSARS Protesters Who Accused Him Of Using Them For Comedy

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Mark Angel

Popular Nigerian comedian, Mark Angel has come out to clear the air regarding a viral video of him being attacked by irate #EndSARS protesters in Port Harcourt.

In the video sighted on social media, the comedian was surrounded by angry men, who expressed their anger over his actions, as they accused him of trying to use them to shoot a comedy skit.

The comedian was also seen trying his possible best to calm them down.

 

In reaction to this, Mark Angel released a new video in which he shared his own side of the story.

Read Also: Mark Angel Acquires New Benz, Wants Good Paying Job

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‘We Will Never Forget Lekki Massacre’ – Rapper M.I. Abaga

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Nigerian rapper, Jude Abaga, popularly known as MI, has reacted to the massacre that took place at the #EndSARS protest ground at Lekki Tollgate. The rapper and entertainment entrepreneur took to his Twitter page to condemn the killing and state that the night will not be erased from history.

In his words:

“WE WILL NEVER FORGET THE NIGHT OUR GOVERNMENT KILLED US FOR ASKING THEM NOT TO KILL US #LekkiMassacre #EndSARS #CrimesAgainstHumanity”

Read AlsoVector, MI Abaga End Beef (Video)

The shooting of unarmed peaceful protesters by military officers on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 has received global attention with international political dignitaries and celebrities using their Twitter platforms to tweet regarding the incident.

See MI Abaga’s post below:

MI Abaga’s Twitter post

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