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Actress, Stella Damascus and ex husband throw shade at each other

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Nollywood actress and producer, Stella Damascus and her estranged ex husband, Daniel Ademinokan, have subtly shaded each other.

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The former lovebirds got married in 2014 despite outrage from social media users bashing Stella from snatching and marrying her colleague, Doris Simeone’s husband.

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The couple seemed to be waxing string and giving followers couple goals until they sparked divorce rumours when they unfollowed each other on social media in 2020.

In September, 2020, it was alleged that the couple were no longer living together.

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Though they never confirmed nor deny the rumour which was unlike them. Stella’s Christmas post suggested they had separated.

The actress had shared a photo with her daughter’s and captioned it with, “My Family”, insinuating that her ex husband and her have parted ways.

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However, in a latest development, Daniel Ademinokan took to his Instagram page to shade his ex wife.

According to me, people should be mindful of the motivational speaker they listen to as some of them need therapy themselves.

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He wrote:

Be sure that the driver of the motivational vehicle you are jumping into not blind. Your therapist may be the one who needs therapy”.

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There was no doubt that his shade was thrown at his estranged wife as she is a motivational speaker who always advices her followers.

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Stella was quick to indirectly slam him as she tagged him a “narcissist”. She indirectly stated that he always demanded her loyalty without reciprocating.

“Narcissists demand your loyalty and respect without reciprocity. They’ll become infuriated if you question them, and their contempt will be expressed with rage, the silent treatment, patronizing, gaslighting etc. When the relationship ends, you’ll have to reset your brain to communicate without fear of a psychological assault”.

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