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Actress Ayo Adesanya:” I Did Tattoo Removal Surgery After A Pastor Told Me It’s A Sin”

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March 4, 2013 –  Actress Ayo Adesanya:” I Did Tattoo Removal Surgery After A Pastor Told Me It’s A Sin”

Nigerian actress Ayo Adesanya who recently parted ways with her former lover, Goriola Hassan has come open to reveal her state of mind.

The talented mother of one said she wasn’t legally married to her ex-lover.

In a recent interview, here is what Ayo Adesanya said about the challenges of being a single mother

Women are naturally mothers and I think it works easy because it comes naturally. We just have to take care of our kids even when we have to work. But it hasn’t been easy because I could go to work for like three days without coming home, and my son has to go to school. When he was younger it was a challenge because most times I had to take him along whenever I’m going on location. But now, he’s getting older, and  a lot easier because I could go to work and all I have to do is talk to him on the phone. But any little opportunity I have to be at home, I grab it. That’s why my social life is not all that wow because I like being with my family.

When queried about her arm tattoo, here is what the actress said:

 I still have it but it’s fading off gradually. I recently had a surgery. I’m supposed to have gone for another one. I’m clearing it off but it’s so painful. It gets swollen and too painful.

I tattoo aspart of fashion. I actually went to a church to pray and they gave me a Bible verse, I never knew it was against Christianity.

Until the Pastor opened a passage that I should read, and that was how I knew. It’s actually so beautiful when you have tattoos but immediately I knew it was a sin then, I made up my mind to clean it.

Ayo Adesanya however forgot to mention the particular passage quoted by the Pastor who told her Tattooing is a sin.

According to professional amebos, the actress dated Fuji Musician Wasiu Pasuma Alabi before she moved on with Goriola Hassan.

Pasuma also confirmed it in an interview he granted in January.

The person I was supposed to have married was Ayo Adesanya. I love her so much. Everybody in my family knew her and knew that I wanted to marry her. – said the musician.

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  1. Amara

    March 4, 2013 at 10:04 PM

    Mtchee.. U don’t knw b4? Read leviticus 19 vs 28.. Mumu

    • Tesco

      March 5, 2013 at 2:55 AM

      @amara.dat verse is nt taking of dis tatto,a mark for d dead like shaving of hair and all those stuff,if I may ask u is tatto a mark for d dead ones?

      • Isaiah Adukwu

        March 5, 2013 at 9:41 AM

        Man, in case you do not know, people cut their bodies because of people who died and those people were close to them. They cut their bodies for the dead. Some people even shave their hair for the dead. That’s the point. Then it said nor tattoo any mark on you. Do Not disobey God. Simple obedience is what God wants from us.

      • Eguavoen Efe Osaro

        March 6, 2013 at 12:04 PM

        Pls study ur bible very well. The verse spoke of two different things, mark for the dead which was separated by a coma before printing(tattoo) of mark on the body. It’s for ur own good. Remember everyone will stand for himself on the last day.

  2. Omoh T. Ojior, PhD.

    March 5, 2013 at 1:15 AM

    It is not actually only a sin for a Black person or a Nigerian particularly to put on tattoo. It is ignorance of the first order for an African to put on tattoo anywhere on his or her body. Tattoo has a corrosive history. The first Caucasians from the Cachous Mountain were corrosive haters of Black people and they killed many Blacks. There is no one good reason for our people to fall in love with practices of those who considered us as enemies and subhuman. It is lack of consciousness and ignorance that make Nigerians run after every foreign attitude, character, and behavious, good or bad.
    Omoh is a Professor of Political Science.

  3. Dany

    March 5, 2013 at 2:28 AM

    Amara u be pastor? Ewo! So as u just qoute gbam. No mind d stupid pple wey dey design dia body. Dem no knw say na slaves in d acient days dem do dat to so dat dey will b recognised by dia masters invariably. Today dey are slaves to d Devil wit all wat dey draw as a mark on dia bodies. Useless western mimickers. Nonsense

  4. Aytob

    March 5, 2013 at 6:52 AM

    Kudos to Ayo Adesanya for that change of heart! the angels are actually rejoicing over her. However, it is not only tatooing that makes us sinners. It’s time for all to think of heavenly things.

  5. U6me2

    March 5, 2013 at 7:03 AM

    Tesco. Y do u lact knowledge and undastanding??? The bible says ur body is the temple of God. Putting tatoo is to indicate that you belong to a group. In the olding days it is use to recognised a slave.(go and watch sea god) and u will no wat i am talking abt. Buh if u have the mark now,u are just a slave aswell and the devil will be happy that you belong to it. Are u saying God does no how to create you??? Dat he need to attach tatoo to your body??? It is nothing buh a sin. For along willl you continue in sin that grace of God may abound???

  6. Isaiah Adukwu

    March 5, 2013 at 9:28 AM

    I am sorry Mr. professor. whose voice are we going to listen to? yours or God’s voice? You are a mortal man and cannot contradict what the word of God has told me. Ever since i was born, i have known that tattoo is a sin. Others may but you who have decided to serve the lord should not go against the word of God. But as for me and my household, we will serve the Lord Joshua 24:15. When you die, please take your Phd to the grave and then give an account to God Almighty.

  7. oluwatomisin

    March 5, 2013 at 9:30 AM

    I wondered what people both men and women gained in that tattoo?

  8. JESUS

    March 5, 2013 at 11:30 AM


  9. Oluwatomisin Elizabeth

    March 5, 2013 at 11:36 AM

    I wondered what both men and women derived in this so-called tattoo? To me, it is absolute rubbish!

  10. Victoria Dirisu

    March 5, 2013 at 4:51 PM

    Lev 19:28 You shall not make any cutting in your flesh for the dead, nor tatoo any marks on your body: I am the Lord.

    Please let Tonto Dikeh and co see this Bible verse, thanks and God bless.
    God bless Ayo Adesanyo on a decision to remove that tattoo.

  11. only man

    March 6, 2013 at 12:09 AM

    Nice decision from Ayo. My dear,kep it up. Pls,nobody should question here decision.

  12. hollar

    March 8, 2013 at 9:59 AM

    Ayo nice decision my dear pls remove dat tatoo islamically is not

  13. kristin

    March 8, 2013 at 2:13 PM

    well 2 me,it a 9ice………………..y did u darw it @ d 1st place?????? an can smbodi plz tell me d meanin of dis tin called “TATOO”

  14. Afere Emmanuel

    December 24, 2014 at 8:59 PM

    Prevention is better @ these point in time of your life.

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