Oct 22, 2012 – Funke Akindele Speaks Up On Husband: I’m The Only Woman He Married
Nigerian actress Funke Akindele who has been ear-full on the current controversies surrounding her glamorous wedding to Kehinde Oloyede, a father of five who has impregnated 3 different women. www.naijagists.com
Before marrying Funke Akindele, Kehinde Oloyede married Fadeke Oloyede who is currently pregnant with his 6th child.
Last week another woman identified as Modinat Dada claimed she is seven months pregnant for Funke Akindele’s hubby.
Few days ago, the talented actress who is obviously tired of the messy breaks her silence on this ongoing issue.
In her own words below:
“I am the woman he got married to. I was married properly. Alot of negative comments came from sadists who want to run their mouths. So because I am a Youth Ambassador or Celebrity, I can’t have my life?”
It is my life. If I do things because people want me to, I will end up unhappy. I do what I do because I want to be happy. I would still continue to teach morals and campaign against HIV/AIDS and enlighten the youths. It doesn’t make me bad; that is even if it is, because I can tell you authoritatively that my husband is not married to anyone else.
Yes, he has beautiful children, who are not mine now and we have a cordial relationship, which dates back to even before we got married. ‘So what if he has kids? Is that a disease? That is where my heart is! I had many non-biological children even before I got married. I take them as my own children, pay their bills and help them. I have always loved children. So now that God has given me these ones, what should I do?
Will people be happier if I had married someone who didn’t have children, seem so perfect, put on my make-p and fake smile on the red carpet and start weeping when I get home?’ She queries a deadpan ton.
And about my in-laws, they are very wonderful and supportive and my parents and siblings as well.
Funke Akindele is perfectly right. It’s obvious she is happy as his second wife.
It’s her life and she has the right to live it the way she pleases.
Make una leave Jenifa alone o.
Wishing her the very best.