The grand daughter of Nigeria’s first Chief Justice who is a renowned actress, filmmaker and musician, has opened up on how she lost her fiance just 2 months to their wedding.
While speaking in an exclusive interview with the Vanguard, renowned Nigerian Actress, Filmmaker, and Musician, Allwell Ademola, who is reportedly the grand daughter of Nigeria’s first Chief Justice (Justice Adetokunbo Ademola), has disclosed how she lost her husband-to-be within two months to their wedding.
The Ogun state born diva, who has been in the industry since 2008 and famous with her intriguing roles in Yoruba movies, said thereafter, she started a new relationship with the man who would have been their bestman, adding that the relationship with her husband’s friend did not last more than 8 months.
The OAU graduate explained why she was yet single, and said, “I would have been married some years back, I lost my man two months to our wedding.
“He was shot by armed robbers and I mourned him for two years. After then, I went into another relationship with my best friend who was supposed to be our best man.
“He was my friend and he later became my man’s friend. I later realised I didn’t know him well enough after we dated for eight months.
“That was another heart break. Having suffered two heartbreaks , I decided to take it easy and fell in love with my job. For now, I am fine without a man.”
When asked how her s*x life has been since she was not in a relationship, she said she has been so busy to think about s*x.
She added, “S*x for me has to do with my mind. If I was in a relationship, I could be very active sexually but since I am not in a relationship, what could bring the thought of sex into my mind?
“Even when I was in a relationship, I forget about sex when I am very busy. However, because I am human and the urge comes, what I do is call some friends and we hang out together.
“Thank God, there is also s*x toy. S*x toy will not break one’s heart or impregnate one. But that doesn’t mean that I use s*x toy, I am telling you the options available.”