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Nollywood actress Yvonne Jegede has cleared the air on the relationship with Nigerian singer, Orezi.
The clarification came days after a video of them hugging at a movie premiere led to speculation of a romantic affair.
The actress and mother of one, in an Instagram Live chat with OAP Yetunde James, stated that the video taken at Mercy Johnson’s movie premiere was misrepresented.
She said she was only seeing Orezi off after inviting him for the event.
The actress admitted that she knew Orezi even before getting married.
But she denied they’ve had anything sexual even after her marriage crashed.
Nollywood actress, Yvonne Jegede has stated that she has never had any s*xual relationship with singer Orezi whom she’s rumoured to be having an affair with.
In an Instagram live chat, Yvonne Jegede stated that she and Orezi have been friends from way back even before she got married.
She added that they’ve never had any s*xual thought cross their mind some they’ve known each other and that the singer is an awesome friend.
Yvonne Jegede made the revelation after a viewer of her IG live chat asked her in a polite manner to speak on the issue.
The actress who is separated from her estranged husband rapper Abounce, revealed that the rumour about an affair with Orezi was sparked after they were spotted leaving the venue if an event together.
Watch the video to hear her say what actually happened on the night they were spotted together.
Yvonne Jegede, a Nollywood actress, has asked the federal government to adopt a house-to-house approach in the distribution of relief funds to citizens amid the COVID-19 lockdown.
Ahead of President Muhammadu Buhari’s lockdown extension order on Lagos, Abuja, and Ogun states, robberies were reported in different parts of the commercial city.
This is coming about the same time when politicians and business moguls among others had donated funds to the government to cushion the economic impact of the lockdown as the fight against the virus continues.
In a social media outburst, she expressed fears that celebrities, who have been staging giveaways, could soon start seeking financial aid themselves as the impact of the lockdown continues to bite harder on pockets.
“With all the billions given out for this pandemic, just one person’s donation can go round. But you people have the effrontery to pocket everything. That money go purge una,” she wrote.
“The lockdown is causing hunger. Petty thieves are everywhere. I hope the police still have their salaries because, who knows, they will start renting their guns to get money to feed their families.
“Are Authorities aware of the robberies? I’m certain they are. Locating citizens to give them cash for the lockdown isn’t going to be that difficult.
“The same way you people go house to house to disconnect electrical power, you can share the money like that.
“Soon, people doing giveaway will start looking for who to give them. Buhari and his cohorts should give people the money philanthropists gave to Nigerians. It is their money, you greedy old human beings.”
The 36-year-old movie star also paid tributes to women and children that have had to grapple with domestic violence as a result of the lockdown.
“If this situation doesn’t change your corrupt mindset, then Nigerians should pack their bags and start heading out to neighboring countries because this country is doomed,” the actress added.
“If by now you people cannot to have sympathy and put this greed to the side for once, then we have no country and worse of no f..king leaders.
“Shout out to all the women living with abusive spouses/partners. This lockdown era will be terrible. As an activist for women and child abuse, my heart is with you all.
“Please let’s not forget to call, text and check up on those colleagues, friends, cousins, relatives, and acquaintances that are not doing so well. All we need is love to get through this COVID-19.”
Nollywood actress and mother of one, Yvonne Jegede has taken to social media to cry out bitterly about the self isolation over the deadly coronavirus ravaging the world.
She took to her Instagram page to say it’s getting tough on her, and that she can’t take it anymore.
She wrote: ” It’s getting tough for me. I can’t deal with this anymore. But most importantly I want to send love to everyone out there. I cannot even imagine what other people are going through. I’m looking out the window and praying for a miracle. I feel imprisoned.
Not a soul on the streets of my estate. It’s better to be safe than sorry. Stay safe; stay at home. Remember hygiene is paramount. I don’t want people to die. I’m so scared Keep in touch with your friends and loved ones. “
Beautiful Nollywood actress and mother of one, Yvonne Jegede is being dragged by her fans over his recent post on Instagram.
Miss Jegede was at the media screening of Emem Isong’s new movie, Special Jollof and rocked a two piece short outfit.
Her sitting position whole taking photos didn’t go down well with her fans and they decided to let minds be heard through the comment session.
She captioned the photo: “You should be in charge. Whatever you feel you don’t like should go. Look as sexy as you can. Look appealing as much as you can. Wear a smile at all times.”
Nollywood Actress, Yvonne Jegede has seemingly given an inside hint on the reason her marriage to ex-hubby, Abounce, failed.
The actress made the stunning revelation in an online exchange she had with an Instagram troll.
Jegede had shared a behind-the-scene photo, probably from a movie set and the troll who saw how intimate the actress was with her male colleague told her that if she’d done that which she was doing in the photo to her ex-husband, her marriage would have still been intact.
Yvonne immediately shut the troll down with a brilliant response where she said she was the one that actually left Mr. Abounce after she’d successfully gotten what she wanted.
See the exchange below ;