One of Nollywood’s couple who had social media users wishing for their kind of love have reportedly 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 film star has moved out of his matrimonial home and has also informed his wife’s family that he is no longer interested in the marriage.
It was also gathered that the actor and his family members have also reportedly blocked Maureen on all social media platforms, including WhatsApp.
The report further states that the separation might be in connection with the actor’s former girlfriend, Lillian Esoro, who is said to be pregnant for Blossom.
However, Lillian was reached for a comment and she totally denied the claims saying she is not pregnant for her colleague and that the news is strange to her.
According to SDK, Lillian 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!”
However, other reports claim the actor quit the marriage as a result of disrespect from his wife as well as their inability to conceive.
SDK reported that according to her sources, the couple had problems conceiving and when their families decided to help them out with IVF, the actor moved out of the home.
However, both parties have not denied or confirmed the reports of their split even though they have unfollowed themselves on social media.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that after eight years of waiting, a Kenyan couple welcomed their multiple blessings in form of triplets.
For many couples, it does not take long to get a child after marrying but for others, it takes years of waiting with some even giving up along the way. But for a couple in Machakos, giving up was not an option, they waited and waited until God said it was their time to celebrate not just one but three fruits of their labour.
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