I don’t mind being a second wife – Actress Wumi Toriola

Yoruba movie star, Wumi Toriola has said she is open to being someone’s second wife if she ever finds herself in such a situation.

The divorced mother-of-one emphasised that since she is ‘after-one’ now, she does not mind marrying a man that already has a wife.

Wumi Toriola 2nd wife

In a recent interview with media personality, Debbie Shokoya, Toriola, 35, revealed that she has been single for a while now.

The thespian also said said most men don’t approach female celebrities because they think they are open to only rich men but it’s not so with all of them.

Toriola said; “I used to have the mindset that I can’t be a second or third wife but that has changed because I’m after-one now. If I see an after-one like me too or a widower, I will marry him. What matters is my happiness.”

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Popular Kannywood actress, Aisha Muhammed Jogana, has said she is ready to quit acting for marriage.

She made the statement during an interview, adding that she is currently in a relationship with someone in the industry.

The movie star said; “I am seriously in a relationship with someone who is equally in the industry. I am ever ready to leave acting for marriage at any point in time.”

On whether her parents opposed her decision to venture into acting, Aisha said; “Indeed, I faced serious resistance from my family. It was then that I learnt that the industry has been perceived differently by different people. It took me time to convince my family to allow me try my luck in acting. After serious persuasions and providing convincing reasons, my family gave their consent, but it wasn’t easy.

“They were all based on misconception and ill-informed concocted stories created to dent the image of operators and the film industry. The good thing is that I was able to change all those ill-conceived notions barely few days into my joining the industry as an actress. Many failed to take acting as a profession and as such they also failed to see the operators as people earning lawful earnings.”