- There is always the perception that women always know the father of their babies
- As to why that is so, only women can explain
- Xandy Kamel has however made a revelation that she doesn't know the father of her three children
Actress Xandy Kamel has revealed that she does not know who the father of her three children are.
According to the actress in an interview with Zionfelix, she has three kids but doesn't know the father of her three kid.
"I only know I have three biological kids and six adopted kids, but I don't know the father of my children", she said.
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Probing further, the host asked her if the three kids were from the same man or different men.
Her response to the question is quite shocking as she attempted to answer the question
"The only thing I know is two of my kids are from one man and the other is from a different man but I don't know them and no man has ever claimed ownership of my kids," she answered.
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In other news, Nollywood actress, Kudirat Ogunro, says she would allow her husband to have a girlfriend after their marriage in order to have a settled home.
Ogunro told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in an interview in Abuja that men are, by nature, polygamous.
She advised women to stop deceiving themselves by trying to wholly own their husbands.
“I’m not a jealous lover. In fact, when I get married, my husband has to have a girlfriend. That’s how my home can be settled and peaceful instead of him telling me ‘it’s only you baby’. No, I don’t believe in those words. I’m very serious. Men are polygamous by nature; so don’t let us fool ourselves,” the actress said.
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