The well-known actress Ekene Umenwa’s husband, Ifeanyi Ogbodo Kalu, responded to the criticism his wife faced for kneeling and giving gospel artist Moses Bliss a hug during their wedding.
The gospel singer, who is well-known for his classic song “Too Faithful,” surprised the newlyweds with a performance during their weekend-long nuptials.
Surprised by the unplanned performance, Ekene instantly bent down to thank Moses Bliss for attending their wedding.
After a quick video clip of this incident was posted online, people began to criticise Ekene’s actions.
He begged his detractors to quit dragging his wife and to stop talking in the video description.
Checkout his post below;
“When God is involved everything becomes rosy.. @ekene_umenwa God bless you @deacon_famous , @mosesbliss thank you for surprising my wife. God bless you. Please all of you should close your mouth @instablog9ja,” he wrote.
In response, Ekene wrote, “My king 👑 the crown over my head ❤️ God is involved may only the name of Jesus be praised amen 🙏 thank you my bestie @deacon_famous thank you my bro @mosesbliss I will forever be grateful you made my wedding more colorful ❤️”
In Another News,Please Forgive Me, You All Misunderstood Me – #BBNaija Winner Phyna Takes Back Her Word On Nigerian Women And Abortions (Read Her Statement)
Josephine Otabor, popularly known as Phyna, was the winner of Big Brother Naija’s “Level-Up,” however she has since taken back her prior assertion that no woman has never had an abortion.
A few months ago, in an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo, she made this contentious assertion.
Numerous social media users, particularly female users, took offence at her statement, criticising her for assuming that all women have aborted their pregnancies.
Still, she first stuck to her guns, even going so far as to say that women who use contraception are just like women who have had abortions and that only virgins are pure.
She had to release an official statement on Friday, November 3, in response to additional criticism on social media as a result of these remarks.
She made it clear in the remark that she wasn’t trying to generalise and that she had been misinterpreted. She underlined that she would never support abortion and that she is currently collaborating with non-governmental organisations to increase public awareness of the issue.
It’s important to remember that Phyna acknowledged ending two pregnancies at the ages of 19 and 24 while she was a resident of the BBNaija home.
She says in her statement,