Funke Akindele reacts as troll advises her to marry for the 3rd time in 2024

Multi award winning actress and filmmaker, Funke Akindele, has responded to a troll’s suggestion towards her relationship life.

A lady identified as @ModukpeMugabe on Twitter (X) told Funke, who was married to musician JJC Skillz that she should remarry by 2024.

Funke Akindele troll remarry

It may be recalled the actress has been married two times, with the latest to JJC Skillz happening in 2016. However, in June 2022 he announced their separation via a post on Instagram.

In the comment section of Akindele’s Twitter post on Friday, Modukpe advised her to marry another person next year because she is getting old.

She wrote; “This year try and remarry u are getting old,” the user wrote.

Fune Akindele replied; “Ok, wedding planner.”

Meanwhile, in related news…

The popular thespian, early this year, disclosed what happened after she split from JJC Skillz. The mother-of-two said she just wanted to get married, have kids and start a family but things did not go as desired, so it led to a divorce.

Funke, fondly known as Jenifa, said she was on a movie set when someone told her that the media was reporting about her marriage crashing and it made her break down in tears.

She further revealed that her divorce had repercussions, including the loss of opportunities and it took an emotional toll on her.

Akindele concluded by offering advice to young women that they should learn from her experiences and avoid rushing into marriage.

She said; “Take your time, if you rush in you will rush out. You know, I just wanted to get married. I want to do things right, have children and all that. When I went into the marriage, it didn’t work fine. And it ended in a very bad way, in social media, the noise was everywhere. I was actually filming and somebody called me and told me, I wanted to die!

“You know I cried, lost some good deals then. But I didn’t let it break me. Thank God for my mum who encouraged me to put more effort to work. I channeled the energy to work and I kept saving more. I didn’t let the situation break me down.”