Mercy Eke and Ike Onyema, the gangster-like couple of BBNaija season four had a heated argument that left fans unsettled.
The couple threw hurtful words around during the big fight that took place after the Saturday night.
Prior to the fight, the housemates were having a peaceful discussion about other housemates in the house, especially Diane who is up for eviction and was not saved by her love interest, Elozonam.
Soon after, Mercy, who is also up for possible eviction began to express her anxiety and fear of being evicted leading to exchange of words with Ike.
The argument quickly escalated and the love birds began to throw jabs at each other, threatening to end their blossoming relationship.
In the middle of the fight, Mercy told Ike that he came to the show after he had failed in America and ought to be worried about eviction, like she was.
She also told him it was a mistake to love him and later threw a plastic piece at him while the other housemates tried to settle the argument.
She said, “You will never win so long as I am in this house. Except I leave before you win. You couldn’t make it in America you think you will make it in Nigeria?
“Fool you want me to leave because I am your biggest threat”
Ike remained calm for the most part of the fight and reassured her of his commitment after her anger had fizzled down.
He pleaded with her to give him the chance to show his love and commitment. He said, “Give me a chance. I want to love you forever.”
Expressing her insecurity, Mercy replied, “Have you ever been with a girl like me? I am used to disappointments, cheating, bad treatment, all kinds of guys but I chose to give you love.
“Have you ever been with a girl that has had sugar daddies? I am so scared.”
The lovebirds eventually settled their differences and were seen cuddling late in the night.
I’ll cheat if I’m not sexually satisfied” – Nollywood Actress
Nollywood actress, Juliet Njemanze, has stated that she would cheat on her man if he is not able to satisfy her in bed.
Speaking to Vanguard, the actress disclosed that apart from the love for God, the most important thing to her in any relationship is sex, which she even rates higher than money.
“For me, apart from knowing God and all … sex is the next most important. He has to be good in bed.
“It’s definitely sex before money because you could give me all the money in the world, if I’m not sexually satisfied, I will definitely cheat on you,” she said.
The Imo State born actress who had been a fan of the screen acting right from her formative years carved a niche for herself in the entertainment industry.
Born in the ancient city of Kano, Juliet Njemanzeinterprets scripts to reflect the true picture of the message flawlessly. The young actress who speaks Hausa fluently also possesses high degree of oral proficiency in spoken language.
She has featured in the following movies “Calabash” where she played as “Cheta” in Obi Emelonye production. Others are “Tears in My Heart” “My Regret” “Pharaoh Let My People Go” “15 Years of Slavery” “My Friend My Pain” and “Avoidable blunder”
Jide Kosoko opens up on how he lost two wives within a year and how he married two wives again
Nollywood veteran actor, Jide Kosoko has opened up on his marital history.
In a recent chat with punch.ng, the ace actor who is seen to be ladies’ man, said; “I have been blackmailed many times, but I sailed through. They have called me a ‘ritualist’ before, which means I am a murderer.”
“Initially, as a human being, I felt bad. But my skin is too thick for all that rubbish. Instead of feeling bad, I will go on my knees and pray to God to give His judgment.”
“And I always see these people get their judgment. I don’t want to mention names. I don’t know anything about what is happening to Kemi Olunloyo and I don’t follow her on social media. Apart from her, there are other people who have rubbished my name in the past.”
“Becoming a polygamist wasn’t my design. With my upbringing, I am not supposed to be a polygamist. Though my father was a polygamist, he didn’t marry the number of women I have married.”
“My first wife, Sola’s mother, was working with the Nigerian Customs Service. She was not involved in my industry and then I would travel for two months.”
“So, I was tempted to take a second wife. But unfortunately for me, in the circumstances I cannot explain till today, I lost two wives within a year.”
“You can imagine that! So, I decided not to remarry again, though I had girlfriends; I was a ladies’ man. Two of my girlfriends were very close to the house and my friends too would come with their girlfriends.”
“So, we were almost turning the house into a brothel. Later, my doctor, a lady, visited me and advised me to remarry. She said it was the best for me, insisting that I was too young to be without a woman. I lost my two wives in 1992 and 1993 respectively, and I was not up to 40 then.”
“I agreed to take a wife in the long run, but I had two women who were intimate with me – Henrietta and Alhaja Bimbo. Since I couldn’t say no to either of them, I married two wives again.”
Women should have two husbands, says Susan Peters
Benue state native Susan Peters, said women should be allowed to have two husbands, just like men can marry multiple wives and even side chicks as well so why not.
The 39-year-old who married a Dutchman in 2015 but is now divorced, reveals that incase thunder fires, one husband, the other will be available for the woman.
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Susan Peters is a multiple award-winning Nigerian actress with over 50 credits in Nollywood films. She is a star on Nigerian TV, a successful model, an interior designer, and a beauty salon owner.