She said she shed tears not because he remarried, but that he paid another woman’s bride price, while her own family begged him to pay hers while they were together, but he refused.
She said she never cheated her ex-husband for once, debunking the rumour that she was chased out because of infidelity.
In an interview with The Sun, the mother of two, a boy and a girl, said she had found love again after parting ways with the father of her children.
She said she was yet to marry to another man, adding that its going to be very discreet, when she decides to.
“I am not married. But when I do it is going to be very discreet,” she said.
“I am deeply in love. But I haven’t tied the knots yet. But very soon I will and it is going to be very private.”
The Yoruba actress added that there is no regrets leaving her ex-husband and that she feels nothing for him anymore.
She said, “I don’t regret leaving my ex. In fact, I don’t feel anything for him anymore.
The producer said she looks out for a man with trust and fear of God, adding that where there is trust, marriage hardly breaks.
She said, “The man must be God fearing. Any marriage that has sincere trust and God will survive. The problem with actresses and their spouses is lack of trust.”
She said the rumour that her ex chased her out of his home because of infidelity was a blatant lie, insisting that such thing never happened.
“There was this story I read about myself that my ex chased me out of his house because of infidelity.
“I was surprised because such a thing never happened. If it did, he wouldn’t have come back begging to reconcile with me. I never cheated on my ex for once.
“I might be temperamental but I am not a cheat. Those kinds of fake news break homes.”