Irrespective of the controversies trailing her marriage, Debbie Shokoya has taken to social media to celebrate her mother-in-law beautifully.
Debbie expressed how glad and proud she is to have her as her mother-in-law as her calmness and motherly love is amazing.
She appreciated her for birthing the most handsome, caring, and supportive husband and for being so strong.
Raining prayers on her, Debbie expressed her love for her.
“Epistle won’t explain it. I am glad and proud to have you as a mother-in-love.
Your calmness and motherly love is amazing.
Thank you for birthing the most handsome, caring, and supportive man (Oko Mi).
Thank you for all you do for us ma, thank you for being so strong (I see it).
May this New Year mark greatness, Mummy.
May you be filled with joy.
May Allah bless you beyond measure.
May you be filled with genuine happiness that can’t be explained. I love you, Mummy.
From your beloved daughter”.
Debbie Shokoya accused of dating a married man
Kemi Filani reported in February that following the news of Debbie Shokoya’s engagement, the movie star was accused of dating a married man.
Instagram blogger, Gistlover alleged that the actress is dating a married man, Lukman Ejalonibu.
The blog claimed that Debbie’s fiance got married recently and is one of the production crew in most Yoruba movies.
According to the blog, Lukman and his wife fought over Debbie after she found out they were having an affair. However, it was too late to reverse it as Debbie is already pregnant hence why they had a low-key introduction.
Gistlover claimed that Lukman appealed to his wife to allow him to continue his affair with Debbie as he is only using her to boost his career.
In a surprising twist, Lukman moved out from his matrimonial home into Debbie’s house and has been feeding off the actress.
The blog accused Lukman of being a blackmailer and for taking nude and sexual videos of Debbie to brag to his friends.
Debbie Shokoya fumes at critics over her marriage
Reacting to it, Debbie Shokoya who has had enough of the trolling, read the riot act to her critics.
The Yoruba star stated that she has had enough of their unending trolling as she questioned why they have to wait till she makes a post before bashing her.
Telling them to get off her page, Debbie noted how she has been living her life without their stup!d opinions and advice before now.