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Mr Ibu’s daughter, Jasmine announces break from TikTok husband after 9months union

The content creator recently made a post on Tiktok announcing how she met her partner.

Jasmine Okafor and Husband
Jasmine Okafor and Husband

Jasmine Okafor, the creator of online content and the daughter of Mr. Ibu, the renowned comedy actor John Ikechukwu Okafor, has announced her separation from her husband, who is living in the UK.

According to Jasmine in the now-deleted Instagram post, she said that her husband misled her about his previous marriage and children. She made this announcement on the night of Sunday, November 13, 2022.

“This was the best nine months of my life! I have no regrets whatsoever! I just won’t settle for asking you about this severally before we start! Finding out today from your mum really broke me! A foundation built upon a tiny lie won’t stand! I love how you loved me! But hate how you never mentioned your divorce or kids to me! Moving on, I don’t think I want anybody else! Just gonna love you from a distance.”

“My marriage was so beautiful and full of love. My husband literally worshipped me. I don’t know if anyone is ever going to love me like he did. But this one lie, I can’t forgive. I have filed for a divorce today. I found out today that he has three grown-up girls. 3! Never told me he was married and divorced. Yes, he is divorced but still doesn’t change anything. I married a single loving husband. I won’t settle for less. I love him so much. I appreciate all the love you show me. You showed me a different version of love. I appreciate it but I can’t settle for a tiny lie. I can’t forget, and I won’t forgive. I don’t owe anyone an explanation.”

This development came just one week after Jasmine described how her relationship with her TikTok boyfriend started in a video that was posted on social media. Share that two months after they first connected on TikTok, he travelled from the United States to the Gambia to visit her. Four days later, he reportedly proposed.



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