Nigerian reality TV star and actress, Cindy Okafor says she has never been in a situation where she could not cope after a man left her.
She stated that it is only if the man had bought a house for her and broke up that she would not be able to survive without him.
The former Big Brother Naija 2019 housemate stated this in an interview with Saturday Beats, adding that she’s never regretted parting ways with anyone in her life.
Cindy said; “Perhaps, if a man buys me a house and he decides to leave me, I might not be able to do without him. There is no way I will say I cannot cope with a man’s exit from my life.”
When asked if she believes men do better than women in the industry, she said; “I don’t believe that men do better than women, but it is a male dominated industry.
“However, women are breaking grounds in the industry. I think it is just a matter of perception. The women in the entertainment industry are achieving great things.”
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Nigerian actress, Funke Akindele, has revealed what happened after she split from JJC Skillz and reports started making rounds on media platforms.
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.
On how she was able to pick up the broken pieces, the Nollywood star said her mother played a crucial role in helping her navigate through this challenging period.
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.”