- Juliet Ibrahim has said that Kwadwo Safo’s mother called off their wedding
- Ibrahim said the woman never approved of their decision to marry and frustrated the process.
- She told how she never got to meet Safo’s mother during their courtship until after it was time for the marriage
- The two went their separate ways in 2014 after their son Jayden Safo was born in 2010
Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim has revealed that her ex-husband Kwadwo Safo’s mother, was the cause of their divorce.
According to Ibrahim, the mother frustrated their plans to marry and eventually called off the wedding when the time was almost near.
The actress made this revelation in an interview she granted to Delay recently.
According to her, she never got to meet Safo’s mother when they were dating.
She explained that Safo and his mother had some issues to settle between them, therefore, he felt it was a wrong time to introduce a woman, Ibrahim, to him.
The actress said she agreed with her man on the decision to keep her away from her mother till the right time.
However, just when they thought the right time had come for them to see the mother and get married, she rather called off the wedding.
Interestingly, the actress believes it could be a planned thing because Safo himself was trying to put the wedding on hold, and that was when he brought the mother into the picture.
She added, however, that the family was nice to her until after sometime.
“I didn’t meet his mother throughout dating period because of their personal… It was unfortunate that I got to meet her at the wrong time when he was trying to put the wedding on hold and everything that was when he brought her into the picture,” Ibrahim said.
They had their son Jayden Kosa Safo in 2010 and went their separate ways in 2015.
In a recent report, Ibrahim revealed that she met Safo in a strip club.
YEN.com.gh earlier published photos of their son which prove that he is having everything he wants in life.
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