A young Nigerian lady has turned down the marriage proposal of her boyfriend which took place in a park in Port Harcourt, Rivers state.
The couple who rocked matching outfits went to chill with the lady’s friend at a park and recreation centre, and in the course of having fun he decided to surprise her with a marriage proposal.
He went down on one knee to ask for her hand in marriage with a ring in his hand, but she felt insulted by the gesture and kept urging him to stand up.
The boyfriend wanted her to accept his proposal but his insistence irritated her to the point that she landed a slap on his face.
She then proceeded to walk away after rejecting him and other men who witnessed the incident immediately told him to stand up because he was being humiliated.
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In another news…
Nigerian actor and media personality, Eso Dike, has bemoaned the publicity that media organisations give failed celebrity marriages.
He said there are as many successful marriages as there are failed ones, but it is mostly the latter that gets publicised.
Speaking on the controversies that surround celebrity unions, Eso said such stories make one very skeptical about marrying a fellow entertainer.
The actor said; “It is very worrying. It seems some celebrities cannot stay together to save their lives. I am sure there are several celebrities enjoying fruitful relationships and marriages. But, blogs will publicise the failed ones, because bad news spreads faster than good news.
Listening to such news will make one question if marrying a fellow entertainer is worth it. Celebrities co-habiting does not seem to be the best working formula. To each hisown, I guess.”
On how he handles female fans, the handsome thespian said; “I have home training, so I handle them (laughs). Regardless of fame, I have always been into entertainment in a certain capacity. This means that I have always had some sort of fan base.
The number came as a bit of a shock when I started acting, but having fans wasn’t new to me. Since when I was in primary school, I knew I could rap and I had been doing it for a while. I am still a rapper when I get in the mood.”