Big Brother Naija star, Doyinsola David simply known as Doyin, has said she expects her partner to pardon her for cheating after apologising.
According to the 26-year-old graduate of medical radiogrphy, a man should move on if his cheating partner confesses and vice versa.
The BBNaija ex-contestant stated thiswhile having a chat with singer, Iyanya on her podcast, Doyin’s Corner which had singer, Iyanya as a guest.
Doyin said: “I didn’t mean say cheating was sweet. But if I open my mouth and tell you that I’ve done this thing, move on. If I apologize after cheating on you, let’s move on.”
Asked how she intends to apologise after cheating, she said, “Babe, I am sorry, I met this really nice looking guy. He was a lot finer, nicer, richer than you. So, I decided to step out. I was just telling you so that you are aware.
It doesn’t mean I love the guy more. It just means in that moment, my urges took over me. But now that I am back to my normal senses, I still love you. So, let’s make it work.”
Iyanya also debunked the cheating allegations against him saying; “When a girl dates you and you’re such a lovely guy, she doesn’t want other girls to know. So, I feel like most of the people who come out to say I broke their hearts, don’t want you to know I am such a sweet guy”.
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Big Brother Naija season 7 and 8 contestant, Doyin earlier revealed that she informed her mother when she lost her virginity.
The Reality TV star said she explained how it was a bittersweet experience, and her mum offered her some advice on how to make intimate exchange pleasurable for herself.
She said: “When I lost my virginity, I spoke to my mum about it. I said, ‘Mummy, this thing did not feel this way.’ And we had a conversation. She was like, ‘Okay, this is what you should do. Do you use a condom?’
“Parents need to create that kind of environment where their kids can open up to them. There’s nothing I cannot say to my mum. I wasn’t enjoying sex for a while and I told my mum. I asked her, ‘I’m circumcised?’ Because I read somewhere that if you’re circumcised, you won’t enjoy sex. And she was like, ‘No.’ She didn’t make me feel bad about it. She suggested things I should do to me.
“So, it [sex education] starts from the house. Parents need to create that kind of environment where their kids can speak to them about anything. At the end of the day, it’s either they’re speaking to you or they’re speaking to someone else.”