Nollywood Actor Blossom Chukwujekwu's Marriage Heads For The Rocks
A breakup is bad news, but a public breakup is worse news. We wish them well.
There are celebrity couples and then there are celebrity couples who make us oooh and aaah on social media. Blossom Chukwujekwu and his beautiful wife Maureen were one of the latter. Sadly if what we hear is true, we won't be ooohing or aaahing anymore. There are reports that the couple have parted ways.
According to reports gathered exclusively by Stella Dimoko-Korkus (SDK), Nollywood actor, Blossom Chukwujekwu has called it quits with his wife, Maureen Esisi. SDK reports that the movie star has moved out of his matrimonial home. He has also reportedly informed his wife’s family that he is no longer interested in the marriage. We also heard that the actor and his family members have also blocked Maureen on social media, including WhatsApp.
Unconfirmed Reasons Following The News Of The Split
According to SDK, the actor and his wife have split over their inability to have a child. Blossom has reportedly gone on to impregnate another woman and fellow actor, Lilian Esoro. But Lilan debunked the rumours.
According to SDK, Lilian said: “Please I am not with Blossom and we have not spoken for some time since our last movie. I am not pregnant for him. Jesus Christ, is that how one gets pregnant? I am really shocked. Please leave me out of this story, I am not involved. Whoever involved me in this story must be joking. I am not pregnant for anyone, maybe it’s another Lillian. Blossom is not staying with me!”
Other reports also claim the actor quit the marriage as a result of disrespect from his wife. According to reports, the couple's family had offered to help them with IVF when Blossom moved out. Both parties have not denied or confirmed the reports of their split. However, the couple have unfollowed themselves on social media.
The Internet Never Forgets
While we await official confirmation, fans have dug out an old video in which Blossom Chukwujekwu addressed divorce. In the clip, which is now trending, the actor says that divorce is not an option in a marriage. And most times, couples fail to take the firm decision to work at their differences. The actor who was speaking in an interview on Broadway TV stated that couples should be more responsible and stay together to work over their problems. If his words are anything to go by, it can be said that the actor is not practicing what he once preached.
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How To Maintain Your Relationship While Trying To Conceive
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Get the facts.
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Consider the big picture.
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Stay in sync.
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Keep your marriage in balance.
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