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Ture Talk,If There’s No Abuse, There’s Nothing You Can’t Overcome in Marriage

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In a recent interview with The Nation, Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade who recently celebrated her 20th wedding anniversary opened up on her marriage life and more.  On being married for 20 years, the actress said,   "It’s just been fun. I’m married to my friend and should I say, my destiny supporter. There’s no relationship without its challenge. When people hear that we are celebrated twenty years, they think we must be really without stress or anything, but I just want to let people know that if you are determined to do it in life, if you are determined to make it, you will make it. You have troubles in life generally anyway; either with your parents, or with your siblings.  So it’s just like that. It’s a normal thing. Don’t use any opportunity or any quarrel in a relationship with your spouse to justify the fact that everybody says marriage is hard. It’s not any harder, I think, than any other relationship you’ve had in life, maybe with your business partners or with your siblings. I understand that there are some marriages that have more challenges than others. If there is abuse involved, I think you should find your way out quickly. But if there is no abuse, then there is nothing you cannot overcome. Given that, I have had a very wonderful time with my spouse. We’ve just been friends. That’s what matters most."  On her definition of beauty, she said,   "I think beauty, first and foremost, is in the confidence. If you are a confident woman and you understand your self-worth, I think you are beautiful. That is why sometimes you see some girls that you think, visually, in your own definition, are not aesthetically beautiful.  But any time they walk into a room, everybody turns. And you wonder why everybody is looking at that girl. She’s not even that fine. If you get it together, she is a confident woman. So beauty for a woman, even for men but especially for women, is knowing your self-worth, understanding yourself, understanding your body and working with what you have. Most women don’t have everything. Even I don’t have everything but there are things that you have, so work with what you have."

In a recent interview with The Nation, Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade who recently celebrated her 20th wedding anniversary opened up on her marriage life and more.

On being married for 20 years, the actress said,

“It’s just been fun. I’m married to my friend and should I say, my destiny supporter. There’s no relationship without its challenge. When people hear that we are celebrated twenty years, they think we must be really without stress or anything, but I just want to let people know that if you are determined to do it in life, if you are determined to make it, you will make it. You have troubles in life generally anyway; either with your parents, or with your siblings.

So it’s just like that. It’s a normal thing. Don’t use any opportunity or any quarrel in a relationship with your spouse to justify the fact that everybody says marriage is hard. It’s not any harder, I think, than any other relationship you’ve had in life, maybe with your business partners or with your siblings. I understand that there are some marriages that have more challenges than others. If there is abuse involved, I think you should find your way out quickly. But if there is no abuse, then there is nothing you cannot overcome. Given that, I have had a very wonderful time with my spouse. We’ve just been friends. That’s what matters most.”

On her definition of beauty, she said,

“I think beauty, first and foremost, is in the confidence. If you are a confident woman and you understand your self-worth, I think you are beautiful. That is why sometimes you see some girls that you think, visually, in your own definition, are not aesthetically beautiful.

But any time they walk into a room, everybody turns. And you wonder why everybody is looking at that girl. She’s not even that fine. If you get it together, she is a confident woman. So beauty for a woman, even for men but especially for women, is knowing your self-worth, understanding yourself, understanding your body and working with what you have. Most women don’t have everything. Even I don’t have everything but there are things that you have, so work with what you have.”

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Chris Brown Sued by Housekeeper Claiming Vicious Dog Attack

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Chris Brown’s facing a lawsuit from a former housekeeper who claims she was the victim of an attack by one of Chris’ dogs.

The woman, who filed the lawsuit as Jane Doe, said that Breezy’s Caucasian Shepherd Ovcharka, Hades, viciously mauled her while she was working at his place in Tarzana.

She said that she was taking out the trash when Hades started to attack. She said the dog tore through skin and ripped chunks of flesh off of her face, arms, and her body.

Jane Doe also accused Chris Brown of ignoring her pleas for help. She said Chris and his crew were in the house when it happened and never came outside, even as she was screaming. 

The lawsuit states that she was left in a pool of her blood once the dog ended its attack.

She accused Chris Brown and his crew of attempting to hide evidence and trying to clear the scene.

She added that Chris Brown told police that he didn’t know what happened or where the dogs were.

Doe said in the suit that Hades was euthanized weeks later by the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Animal Shelter, even though it’s hours away from the singer’s home.

The housekeeper is suing Chris Brown for major damages, claiming that she had to undergo serious surgery and that the attack resulted in permanent scars.

Her husband is also suing Breezy for losing the ability to have the love and partnership of his wife because of the attack.

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Princess says she did not autjorize the release of the CCTV footage of Baba Ijesha molesting her foster daughter

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Comedienne Princess has released a statement through her lawyers saying she did not authorise the release of the CCTV footage of Baba Ijesha molesting her foster daughter.

This morning Punch released the footage which captured the moment Baba Ijesha was molesting the minor

Read the statement from Princess below

Princess says she did not autjorize the release of the CCTV footage of Baba Ijesha molesting her foster daughter

 

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Nollywood actress, Halima  Abubakar Advise Against motivational speakers 

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Nollywood actress, Halima  Abubakar has warned people to stop listening to motivational speakers

She asked people to “avoid them” and “fear them” for the sake of their mental health.

She asked people in need of motivation to talk to God or family members

“If you take every advice given, you want to run mad.”

"Dont listen to motivational speakers for your own good" Actress, Halima Abubakar says

"Dont listen to motivational speakers for your own good" Actress, Halima Abubakar says

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