You betrayed me, crashed my marriage – Adeoti’s first wife attacks Mercy Aigbe
Oluwafunso Asiwaju, the first wife of film marketer, Kazim Adeoti, has accused Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe of betrayal and husband-snatching.
According to her, she introduced Mercy to her husband and also invited his 40th birthday, but unknown to her Aigbe was having an affair secretly with her husband.
She wrote on social media, “Let’s get the record straight here. This post is regarding an interview recently going around by Media Room Hub with my soon-to-be ex-husband in one of his numerous lies.
“I want you all to know that in contrast to what Mr Adeoti said, I did not and will never settle to have a second wife in my marriage to him (sic). Kazim, you should stop painting a perfect picture of a marriage you clearly do not have with me, Oluwafunso Asiwaju Couture.
“You and your side chick can continue with whatever it is you are doing, but never come out to social media degrading me or my children with your demeaning and childish attitude. I will not stoop to your level of rubbish and stupidity.”
Responding to Aigbe’s claims that they were never friends, Funso said, “As for you Mercy, let’s cut the crap. We were friends, but the shame and your glam lifestyle will not let you admit it.
“You have been sleeping with Kazim since your son was only five months old. I introduced you to Kazim as my friend. I called and personally invited you and your ex-husband (Lanre Gentry) to the 40th surprise birthday party (sic)I did for my soon-to-be ex-husband.
“You were a constant friend of mine back then. I brought you close as a friend because I liked you, but you repaid me by sleeping with my husband, Kazim.
“You were a problem in my marriage for years. Now, I’m happy to let you know this is only the beginning of the end for you. I’m done. He is all yours; enjoy. I am really past this. Like I said in my first post, ‘Losing someone who does not respect or appreciate you is actually a gain, not a loss.’”
Aigbe separated from her ex-husband Lanre Gentry in 2017, following allegations of domestic violence.