Why We Didn’t Make Love On Our Wedding Night—Comedian Seyilaw As He Celebrates His Wife + Stunning Photos

For stand-up comedian, Oluwaseyitan Aletile, also known as Seyi Law and his wife, Ebere, six years of being married should not be shove aside. At least not with the fertility challenge they experienced in five years before their baby Tiwaloluwa was born last year.


So, the couple celebrated with beautiful photos and included their six-month-old baby, Tiwa.

Sharing a throwback photo of their traditional marriage six years ago in the eastern part of Nigeria, dark-complexioned Seyi revealed why they did not make love on their wedding night—he lost a friend, CeeDee John.



He wrote:

“It’s been six years; we walked down this path of the traditional rites of marriage. The day I thought I was opening a new supermarket store for my people of Isiala-Ngwa North LG. (Jesuuuuu).
I was already planning to impregnate her that night (Pregnant) because traditional marriage is the real marriage, church is just make them see me. (Jesus is Lord).


Unfortunately, no sex happened that night (Mo de ji ya lori marriage yi o) as I lost a dear colleague, CeeDee John. De John left this world in his prime. Tears of sorrow of unfulfilled dreams. The hottest comedian was gone. Keep resting my friend (Sister Nkechi Onuegbu). Today, I celebrate and also mourn a friend.”

Still sharing lovely photos with his chubby-looking daughter, Seyilaw also unveiled a side of him many didn’t know—he lacked parental love as a child. According to him, he found that in a home he and Ebere built.
In his post he said:


Wawuuuueeessstttt!!! It’s been six years of God’s awesomeness.
I took the decision
to walk down the road of marriage with you, my love.

I waited to see you walk down the aisle to meet me.

You have done more than the I DO in agreement to marry me.

Everyday, a beautiful you is unveiled and our home is merrier.

God who knew my suffering and lack of Parental closeness as child built a home for me with you.
The world will wag their tongues and some will succumb to evil prayers, but with theirs will come to nought.

I am happy to be the one to celebrate you, my own number 1 celebrity.
Mummy Tiwaloluwa and the rest coming.
Beyond the moon my love remains and beneath the earth even in death my heart rejoiced it ever met you.

I love You, the rarest of all precious gems.
Happy Sixth Wedding Anniversary.”