Just as the month of June draws to a close, which also marks the last day of Nathaniel Bassey’s Instagram praise programme ‘Halleluyah Challenge’, pretty, curvy and very blunt, Nollywood Yoruba actress, Taiwo Aromokun is celebrating God’s hands upon her life and that of her twin boys, Jade and Jasmine.
The actress made headlines a few years ago when she declared that she dated versatile actor, Odunlade Adekola and that they almost got married! Though Odunlade denied it, many in the industry confirmed it. Many reactions followed that revelation but Taiwo later got married to Olayemi Abimbola, popularly known as Ogun of Holland.
She relocated abroad and had a set of twins—Jade and Jasmine.
Then Taiwo stunned many of her fans when she declared in a television interview that she was no longer with Abimbola.
In her blunt manner she said, “I am no longer in marriage. I made a big mistake going into that marriage and I have realised my mistakes.”
She even declared there was no room for another man, and then relocated to Nigeria.
Maybe fed up with all that happened then, Taiwo said, “I am not ready for any relationship for now. You know what, I still believe in love and I am advising ladies who have found true love to hold on to it because it exists but for me, I need to concentrate on my work and my talk show which will be coming up.”
It was obvious the marriage would not last. On their wedding day, Taiwo’s husband got angry that his wife’s friends had invited journalists to cover the event at the Ikoyi Registry. A heated argument ensued but then he was later placated.
Though Taiwo, who spent some time in Nigeria before relocating abroad again has been off her acting career. Though the father of her adorable boys was said to have abandoned her and gone to stay with his white lover who also had two kids for him, for Taiwo, life goes on.
It was a surprise to her fans when she, on Friday June 30, posted pictures of her boys and captioned it:
“Olowogbogboro has turned things around for our good oooooo thank you Jesus, may your name be praised forever.” (sic)