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BBNaija: My Ex Boyfriend Used To Beat Me Till I Start Bleeding – Nengi Shares Her Domestic Violence Experience

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Big Brother Naija Lockdown finalist, Nengi Hampson has shared her experience in the hands of her abusive ex-boyfriend.

Nengi made this disclosure in an interview with Exclusive TV.

According to her, she used to date a man who used to beat her till blood starts oozing from her nose.

She said she was only 19 and didn’t know what she was doing at the time.

The 22-year-old model, who is a strong advocate for gender-based violence, condemned men who physically assault women over trivial issues that can be settled amicably.

She also promised to use her social media platform to create awareness and help other women going through such incidents.

In other news, Nengi hinted that she would no longer be tolerating questions about her relationship with her love interest, Ozo.

According to her, their relationship should be between them and it’s nobody’s business.

The beauty queen speaking at a recent event stated that what they share is strictly between the both of them and from henceforth wont be answering any further questions about their relationship.

In her words,

My relationship with Ozo is between the both of us and we know what we share.

I don’t see the need to explain to anybody.

I don’t expect anybody else to know.

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Is Love Without Billing Possible In Southern Nigeria? —Reno Omokri

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I can understand why Moses Bliss married a Ghanaian. I have been to Ghana, and their women tend to be easier to relate with than many Southern Nigerian women. In fact, is love without billing still possible in Southern Nigeria? In our part of the world, ‘He is loving’ means ‘He is spending’. When you tell many Southern Nigerian girls, ‘I love you’, they hear, ‘You owe me’. Especially those with Industrial Money Obtainer culture. If you marry the Industrial Money Obtainers, I pity you. The billing will become industrial. You will look after her and her entire family. No capping. And better not expect gratitude. In their eyes, you are doing your duty.

If Nigeria had visa-free or visa-on-arrival access to more countries, there would be an epidemic of unmarried women in Nigeria. Because when Southern Nigerian men travel within Africa and outside Africa and encounter beautiful women who are not money conscious, they quickly lose their appetite for Nigerian women. Already, Nigerian men are considered a catch by South African and Kenyan women.

We urgently need a cultural reorientation amongst our women. Especially in Southern Nigeria. The monetisation of relationships in Southern Nigeria is just too suffocating. I am well-traveled, and I am yet to see the level of commercialisation of romance I have seen in Southern Nigeria. I call it as I see it!

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What Men Want To Do To You Is Always On Their Mind. Appreciate The Man Who Actually Opens Up To You About A Bad Habit Or Character Of Yours — Kenneth Okonkwo Tells Ladies

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He wrote: “What men want to do to you is always on their mind. Appreciate the man who actually opens up to you about the things that you are doing that he doesn’t like.”

“That man loves you. Most men simply place you where they think you belong, and this is why stories of, “I was there with him from day one but he left me and married someone else” abounds.”

“Yes, you stayed. Yes, you made a few sacrifices for him. The problem was that, you were not willing to change certain habits and character that he complained about. Sometimes this is the reason why men quietly leave you.”

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I never wanted to marry an artiste – Singer Simi

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Popular Nigerian singer, Simi has said she never intended to marry an artiste.

Featuring in a recent episode of the ‘Tea With Tay’ podcast, the 35-year-old songstress opened up about how she met Adekunle Gold, her husband.

Simi said she initially thought Gold was just a fan hoping to connect with her on Facebook.

She went on to say that she met her husband as a graphics designer and had no idea “he was singing”.

“When I first met my husband, I did not know he was singing. Because I already said I cannot marry a singer. He used to do this King of Photoshop. I have never heard him sing up till that time. I think he was even a fan,” she said.

“He had sent me a message on Facebook. I never saw it. I still have not replied. I sensed that it was him that would be good for me.”

Simi got married to Adekunle Gold in 2019.

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