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The tale that Nollywood star actress, beautiful mother of two, Stella Damasus, may have married ace producer and director, Daniel Ademinokan, must be stale news by now. This is because, even before their ‘marriage tale’ broke out, the two have serially denied it, saying emphatically that the two were only in a business relationship and nothing more. Well, we were wont to believe them then because that has been the anthem of those who do things secretly. Now that Stella Damasus has been seen on many occasions wearing engagement ring and even flaunting it in the company of her now beau Daniel Ademinokan, the erstwhile hubby of Yoruba Nollywood actress Doris Simeon, one does not need to go far to conclude on the status of their relationship.

But that is not our story here because even if you catch Daniel on top of Stella in the same room where they co-habit as live-in lovers, they will still come out to debunk it. That’s their stock-in-trade. Our story centres around the intensity with which top showbiz babes, especially Nollywood actress snatch other ladies’ husbands and by extension breaking their homes and marriages. It is indeed pathetic that this phenomenon thrives most amongst our Nollywood babes who should bury their heads in shame for always being involved in this ugly trend. Of course the trend happens in other climes but there ladies should know that they are role models who are always in the public glare, and as such should try and minimize the tendencies if not stop it entirely.

The list of Nollywood home breakers is lengthy because even as you are reading this one or two of them may even be scheming to snatch another harmless and innocent woman’s husband. In this list, because of her recent escapade, with Daniel Ademinokan, estranged husband of actress Doris Simeon, Stella eminently qualifies as the leader in this category of marriage crasher. Coming on her heels is the busty and charming Foluke Daramola, who also weeks back got married to the Fasholamania boss and big boy, Kayode Salako, a marriage that is now being wielded around JUJU (charm), since Kayode was previously married to one Pastor Bukola with three kids. The Jenifa actress and Glo Ambassador, Funke Akindele’s marriage to Kehinde Almaroof Oloyede last year, threw spanners into Kehinde’s previous marriage(s), and this qualifies the Jenifa lady for this list, at least technically. Mercy Johnson’s case is still fresh in our minds as her marriage to one Okojie, previously married abroad in Italy to a Nigerian lady with 2 kids, became very controversial. What of Bisi Ibidapo-Obe’s debacle with Dino Melaye who denied paternity of Bisi’s daughter; she is also a damned home breaker, if we want to call a spade a spade. Veteran actress Bukky Wright is a perfectionist in this game, as her relationship with a top journalist and a city big boy almost tore the men’s homes apart, if not for providence. Lola Alao, like it or not, you broke the home of your former husband and later left him to sulk, the husband and his family then alleged Lola Alao of ‘jazzing’ their son whom you later left in the cold after ‘dulling’ him, not minding his first wife. The marriage of Ini Edo to US-based was also being married after it was found out that the guy already has a wife with kids in the US. Then, Adedayo Adebakin, a Tinsel soap-opera act also snatched insurance big boy Larry Ademesho from his wife Jumoke and sent her packing with her two kids.

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  1. I totally agree with you on this lists and am sure there’s more if we really look at it, these ladies are a shame to womanhood, they have brought disgrace to what we call decency

    I can understand your anger on this matter with some typos, I sincerely forgive you because I’m as angry as you are

    Awon ole olojukokoro, and Stella wife to so many men, I hope this will be your last bus stop or you still have more destinations mscheeeeew

  2. Our Nigerian actress need serious deliverance , none has ever lasted more than 5 years in their marriage

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